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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
mUME 26-Number 50
MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ORKERS MASS ON BIG DAY
ill Meet Sunday To Hear Eban, Morgenthau,
Dubin^y; Canvass In Door-To-Door Campaign
On the eve of National BIG Day in Greater Miami. Joseph
brner, Big Day Grand Marshal and one of the largest in-
liducl purchasers of Bonds in the United States, yesterday
ued en appeal to all persons enrolled in Big Day to rally an
dilicncl 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
ons assigned him, the net result should produce one quar-
of a million dollars in bond sales in this community." pre-
yed Mr. Cherner.
"Your success on BIG Day will have a direct and positive
kc! on Israel's ability to win her war of economic survival."
h Day Giand Marshal Cherner told the 1,000 volunteers
body assigned for their mountainous task.
A last minute coverage of preparations for city-wide effort
se discussed yesterday at a conference of Big Day leaders,
fcluded in the Inner Council are Joseph M. Rose, Campaign
airman Fred Jonas, associate chairman; Seymour Liebman,
airman of the Council of Organizations.
Mis. Harry Gersten. Women's Division chairman; Bernard
Ink, Miami Beach co-chairman; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
[ami Beach co-chairman; Louie Bandel, Miami chairman;
(d Mrs. Manuel Burstein, Miami co-chairman.
Some 1,000 volunteers will visit more than 10,000 prospec-
i Israel Bond purchasers in a one-day mass effort, the larg-
of its kind in the history of the city on Sunday, December
* *
lore th;in 1.000 volunteer men
women throughout Greater
Itmi will listen to an address
(Ambassador Abba Eban of Is-
|el and Henry Morgenthau, Jr..
d : ,i] telephone network
oack;-t on Sunday morning,
Fred Jonas
Member 14th, as they prepare
'exert their effort in an all-
Pne-day campaign to sell Is-
pl Bonds on BIG Day.
' B'G Dav, which will be mark-
Pwroughout the United States
1" similar campaigns, will see
F of thousands of volunteer
porkrrs visit the homes of their
jwinbors to Ulge the purchase
I as an investment
I "> econ .my of the new Jew-
, I to be the largest
' its kind ever at-
tempted in the history of the
Jewish community of America,
involving a one-day effort to
mobilize millions of dollars as
investment capital, local official!
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.
Jubilee Disc
visaed
IW,"" Smai Hospital Board of
vESto ""', We , > li| to discuss the institu-
lednil. ,'"' Annual Jubilee sch-
p'ed for March 5, 1953.
joe Rose
FP&L Display Is
Tribute To Israel
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 oftered ihem up as scapegoats to divert mounting dissatisfaction and unrest in the
countries behind the Iron Cuitain and it has served notice on the world that these Jews are to be
sacrificed lor 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-
cluding 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 vv-ith
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
Florida Power C; 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 centci piece 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.


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Attorney General Goldstein Will Appear
At Luncheon For Yeshiva Medical School
Nathaniel L. Goldstein. Attorney General of the State of New
York, will be honored at a luncheon at the Sans Souci Hotel on
Wednesday, December 17th, at noon. Leaders of the South Florida
campaign for the College of Medicine sponsored by Yeshiva Uni-
versity and the City of New York will be hosts at the Miami Beach
affair.
Goldstein, who has been elected Attorney General three times,
i.s national chairman of the med-
ical college drive. He has been
prominently identified with
many of the nation's leading
philanthropic, civic, religious and
fraternal endeavors.
A native New Yorker and
graduate of New York Univer-
sity and the New York Law
S( hool. of which he is now a trus-
tee. Goldstein also holds hon-
orary degrees of Doctor of Laws
from Syracuse University and
Hobart and William Smith Col-
leges.
He received the medallion from
Alpha Epsilon Pi in 1946, as the
nation's outstanding leader in
Jewish communal life. He was
. presented by the Willkie Memor-
ial of Freedom House, of which
he is a director and vice presi-
dent, with the first United Na-
tions emblem based on the UN
official insignia. Goldstein was
named Brooklyn's most disting-
uished citizen in 1946. by the
Men's League of Brooklyn and
the Jewish Community Council.
In 1950, B'nai B'rith cited him
for outstanding public service.
Goldstein also has been active
on behalf of the Federation of
Jewish Chanties. National C in-
ference of Christians and Jews.
Nati inal Citizen's Council on
Civil Rights, United Jewish Ap-
peal, Metropolitan Zionist Fund. irTve i
NY1 School of Government ...-id tnitted their
i University of Buffalo, Amer-
ican Jewish Committei and
Greatei New York War Fund
He is past commandei of the
Harry G. Ragovin Post, Amen-
i in Legion.
Samuel C Levenson and R.
Williams Apte, who are now
serving as chairmen oi the South
Florida campaign, will preside at
the Wednesday meeting Gold-
stein announced their appoint-
ment from New York.
Levenson, vice president of the
West Flagler Kennel Club, is a
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Four Greater Miami cantors will join with 65 students of the" Hehfew Academy Tim
night, December 16th, tn present a Chanuka Musical Festival at th* Academy, c
Maurice Mamches, of Beth David; Abraham Seif. ol Kneseth Israel; Berele Kelemer, of L
Hebrew School and Congregation; and Jack Tambler will participate in the program,
ing Kelemer, Academy student, and his father. Cantor Berele Kelemer. will sing a duel
Miram Donnerstag, musical director of the Academy, will serve as conductor. (V
Fruchtman, chairman of the Fifth Annual Dinner, Dr. David S. Andron, president, and 1
Alexander S. Gross, principal, will speak.
Four Israeli Bond
Leaders Resign;
Re-Accept Later
MEW YORK The four
top leaders of the Israel bond
United States jub-
resignatioiM to Is-
rael Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion last week and subse-
quently withdrew them.
In Jerusalem, it was announced
that the Prime Minister-had re-
fused to accent the resignations.
According to Jerusalem re-
porta, the resignations were due
to "lack of cooperation on the
part of the Israel Government."
It was confirmed here that the
resignations had been submitted.
0||om- Draft Of Israeli Women
NEW YORK (WNS)The Convention of the Union of Ortho-
dox Rabbis of the US and Canada, which took place this week in
rtockaway Park, adopted resolutions oDposing the draft of women
in the Israel Army on the ground that such draft was against the
commandments of the Torah. Other resolutions adopted voiced the
opposition of the Rabbis to the proposals for a unified school system
Those who took this action were
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., chairman
of the Board of Governors of the
trustee of Mount Smai ^mttau^^S^iSS^X^
and of Temp e Israel. He also, mcnt Corporation for Israel.
is a member of the Board of Gov- whk.h condu(.ts the sa,e
srsfiS?-"M,ami Jew- sas 't: rr v~*r-
. *2 1*= f'-dian. and ES?Si t^gSTS
a resident of Greater Miami for
/ice
president; and Julian Venetsky,
more than 30 years, 's currently'chalI man ()f tne Exi.cutlVl. Com.'
a member of the Boards of the
National Children's Cardiac-
Home, the Jewish Home for the
Aged of Greater Miami and of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
.After playing an active role in
civic work in Tampa and West
Palm Beach. Apte moved to Mi-
ami and was one of the founders
of Temple Israel. He is a mem-
ber of the Board of Directors of
the Jewish Social Service Bur-
eau of Greater Miami.
mittee
Abba S. Eban. Israel Ambassa-
dor, met during the week with
Morgenthau and Montor. Dr.
Martin Rosenblueth. representa-
tive of the Israel Ministry of Fi-
nance, accompanied him in the
meeting.
"I am confident that the diffi-
culties which had arisen in the
administrative relations of the
Government of Israel with the
leaders of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization will shortly be over-
Ben-(iurion Branch
To Fete Chanuka
Ben-Ourion Branch No. 304.
Farband. will hold. a Chanuka'
Celebration on Wednesday even- |
ing, December 17th, 8 Qjn.. at the
Beth David Synagogue, Miami,
according to an announcement
this week by Dr. Harry Queen,
president
Chairman of the affair will be
Mrs. Bea Jaffer. president of the
Greater Miami Council of Pion-
eer Women. Mrs. Jaffer will be
introduced by Israel Shapoff,
chairman of the Labor Zionist
Council here and cultural chair-
man of the Ben-Gurion Branch.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Beth David, is sched-
uled as principal speaker. The
musical portion of the program
will include Cantor Maurice
Mamches. Paul Milstein and A.
Dorff.
Others appearing will be Mrs.
Sonia Gerbert in a reading of
her own compositions and Beryl
Morrison who will interpret lit-
erary works on Chanuka.
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Agudaih Israel
Holds Affair
A Chanuka Festival will be
sponsored by the Agudath Israel
Hebrew, Institute and the Sister-
hood on Thursday evening, De-
cember 18th. 7 p.m.. at the Broad-
moor Hotel.
A program of music and speak-
ers on the significance of the
Festival is being arranged. Louis
come as a result of an awaited ; Langwald, president of the S.vna-
communication from Mr. Ben-1 Rogue, will act as toastmaster.
Gurion." Mr. Eban said. "I appeal, Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will be main
to all supporters of Israel Bonds speaker and discuss: The Power
to maintain and intensify their! Of The Spirit
effoits without interruption." Greetings by guests and mem-
---------------------------> bers will follow. Cantor Aarele
Krenskv In Talk ' ivrensity in xaiJC | cantonal selections.
Louis J Krensky will address! Tne Sisterhood of the Svna-
Feature Puppet Show At
Israelite Center Affair
A Chanuka Party for children
of the Israelite Center will be
held on Sunday at 10 a.m., under
the direction of Andrew Korn-1
reich, faculty member.
A Puppet show will be princi-
pal feature of the morning and the weekly luncheon meeting of! Bogue is sponsoring refreshments,
wilL,be presented by Mrs. George Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591. W1,h NI:- Bessie Levine as chair-
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to, DECEMBER 12, 1952
+Juris* fhricttari
pii Pollack
[.iiitil at 75
I.-
held on Sunday
'ph P '' <"k- of 1045 10th
,i. who passed
Mr. Pollack
age of 75.
jpg t i :.,'iami Beach 17
founder *>f the
ircle Branch No.
;<*.
PAGE 3 A
Joseph Pollack
i i .. instrumental in the
faction '. its Lyceum at 25
Bgton Avenue.
|j Hack was also a director
Greater Miami Jewish
Btton ;ir:d affiliated with the
of J wish Education and
lewish Schools of Greater
p survived by his daugh-
drs. P.raline Eisenstat, Mi-
|Beach. and Mrs. Sylvia
New Y irk City; and his
|Soi:uii'. ,::J Murray, Miami
Mr. Pollack also leaves
Igrand.hiliren.
mains v.ere. sent to New
[City f r rvices and inter-
[ty the Miami Beach River-
Loan Groap
foN Support Of
day Affair
nuka and C*rd Party will
onsore I by the Greater Mi-
Bebrew Free Loan Associa-
Jm Sundjy evening,-Decem-
h, 8 p.m., at the Beth E
ktgation.
' (fair is more than a
fe to the Festival of Lights.'
'Schwartz, president of the
Ration, -aid in an announce-
rs week.
demands on our loans are
fly increasing, and unless oui
ate augmented, it will not
table i meet the needs oi
pny n dents here who re-
our aid," he explained, ir
g Miamians to support the
evening party.
s will be the Mesdames
Block, Rachel Sakowitz,
Pertes, Lizzie Litt, Bessie
nberg and Lena Zimmerman.
MILSTEIN TO PLAY HI OPUS
Cutting the Tenth Anniversary Birthday cake of Temple Beth
bnolom are Shepard Broad, honorary president; Leon J Ell
president; and Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of the
Congregation. Looking on at the left is Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer. Extreme right is Rabbi Herman Schaalman, executive
director of the Chicago Federation of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, who was guest speaker at Beth Shol-
em's Tenth Anniversary Dinner on Sunday evening, Decem-
ber 7th. at the Saxony Hotel.
Tomplo I m.imi-l I
Plans Affair At
Hollywood Hotol
The Hollywood Beach Hotel
will be the site of a Chanuka
Celebration on Sunday at 7 p.m. I
Sponsoring the affair is Tern-1
pie Emanu-El, of Fort Lauder-
dale, announced Rabbi Marius!
Ranson, spiritual leader, early
this week.
Guest soloist will be Cantor1
Paul Beck, assisted by Anyutaj
Melicov at the piano, in a liturgi-
cal and classical music program.,
Masquerade And Ball
The Jewish Cultural Center
will hold a Masquerade Ball and
Dance tomorrow evening. MusicI
will be by the Kasrilevker Ka-
oelie.
Montieello Pick*
Jules Klion
Jules Klion will head Congre-
gation Monticello Park during
the coming year.
Klion was named to the post
of president at an election meet-
ing held last Sunday.
Other officers include Ben
Moskowitz, 1st vice president;
Ben Genshaft, 2nd vice president;
F. Weiss, financial secretary-
treasurer; and Morris Dotloff, re-
cording secretary.
Trustees include David A. Aug-
ustus, Jacob Pinsky and A. Box-
er.
The Congregation also set into
motion plans for a forthcoming
New Year's Party.
P possibly the first time in
history, a priceless Stradivarius
violin has been named after a
four-year-old child. The violin
is the famous Ex-Guldmann, cre-
ated by Stradivarius in 1716, the
"golden period" of his violin-
making.
The child is the daughter of
renowned violinist Nathan Mil-
stein, who recently acquired the
violin after it had been hidden
for years during the Nazi occu-
pation of Europe.
When Milstein appears in Mi-
ami on Sunday and Monday ev-
ening, December 14th and 15th,
8:30 p.m., at the Beach and Dade
County Auditoriums, he will be
playing the Maria Theresa, re-
christened in honor of his daugh-
ter, Maria, and his wife, Theresa.
Accompanied by the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra
under the direction of Dean John
Bitter, the violin virtuoso will
be heard in a reading of Eduard
Lalo's Symphonie Espagnol. The
orchestra will perform the
Marche Hongroise from Damna-
tion Of Faust, by Hector Berlioz;
La Valse, by Maurice Ravel; and
Symphony in D minor, by Cesar
Franck.
When Milstein first came to
this country in 1929, he brought
with him a European reputation
second to none. In his initial ap-
pearances with the Philadelphia
Orchestra, and later with the
New York Philharmonic Sym-
phony, he received rave notices
from the metropolitan newspap-
ers, both as a technician and as
a supremely sensitive interpreter.
His reputation was established
securely and beyond a doubt.
Since his debut with the New
York Philharmonic, the violin-
ist has reappeared with that or-
chestra no less than 49 times.
All of his performances have
been hailed by the cities.
As a composer, the violinist
has made great and permanent
contributions to violin literature.
He has recently written his own
Cadenza for the Brahms Con-
certo. He has also written a Ca-
denza for the Beethoven Violin
Concerto differing from all oth-
ers in that it is based on Bee-
thoven's original material for
this concerto penned when he
planned the work as one for the
piano, instead of for violin.
Concludes Survey For Synagogues
Maxwell J. Mangold, local ho-
tel owner, has completed a sur-
vey for the United Synagogues
>f America for this region, con-
sisting of the area south of Jack-
sonville, Florida.
What is believed to be the
most progressive and comprehen-
sive program for a group of 20
Congregations of the Conserva-
tive Movement will be proposed
iy Mangold to all Houses of Wor-
ship that are members of the or-
ganization.
The United Synagogues of Am-
erica included some 600 Congre-
gations nationally and sponsors
a Young People's League, United
Synagogue Yuuth, Cantor's As-
sembly, Educator's Assembly and
the National Association of Syn-
agogue Administrators.
Mangold has suggested a con-
stitution for the Florida Region
which will be patterned after the
Connecticut Region's. He also
calls for a Board to include rep-
resentatives of all Congregations
in the Region.
Other suggestions are a Speak-
er's Bureau, Florida Regional
Bulletin, Joint Adult Education
Project, Joint Children's Project
and services for small commun-
ities.
Local spiritual leaders endors-
ing Mangold's survey are Rabbis
Mayer Abramowitz, Irving Lehr-
man, Max Shapiro, Harry Etting-
er, Alfred Waxman, Jacob Hon-
ig, Abraham Sachs and Reverend
Rudolf Brill.
Miami Jayvees
Hold Brandeis
To 14-14 Score
The second annual Brandeis
football classic held at Memorial
Field, Miami Beach, last Satur-
day night was called a "huge suc-
cess", according to Harold Turk
and Benny Gaines, co-chairmen
of the event.
More than 3,000 persons saw
the hard fought game which end-
ed in a 14-14 tie From the very
beginning, the Brandeis attack
had the University of Miami Jun-
ior Varsity team fighting a des-
perate battle just to hang on.
Sidney Goldfader, 205-pound
Brandeis fullback, stunned the
Miamians when he scored on a
68-yard run in the second quar-
ter and again in the third.
Halfback Ducky Gilmore's 48-
yard touchdown run and Wally
Piper's 40-yard scoring pass sav-
at the hands of Brandeis.
Gables Center To
Mark t kanaka
Coral Gables Jewish Center
will mark the beginning of Cha-
nuka festivities with a number of
weekend events.
Tomorrow evening at 8 p.m.,
the Center Sisterhood will open
its Chanuka Bazaar featuring
games and special events. Chil-
dren of the Center Religious
School will convene for a special
Chanuka Assembly on Sunday-
morning at 10 a.m.
At 6 p.m.. on Sunday, Rabbi
Morris Skop will light the Cen-
ter's seven-foot Menorah and dis-
cuss: Chanuka And American
Religious Freedom. The Sister-
hood Bazaar Committee will then
serve special holiday foods, with
a program of music and entertain-
ment following.
Cantor Irving Robinson will
render a group of songs with the
Center Choir under the direction
of Leon Schiff.
*>
7> obove (left ,o right) as they star, an Israeli folk dance,.Sjniar *-****
j*Y Shapiro. Alan Goldberg Marcia Gross. Iph !-. Hobea Sener
Jeloff. They will spark the Chanuka Camp P'^ehd .^ !h. December 19th through
* Comma,in and the Bureau of Jewish Education *djWJ^gSi to attend.
^Kendall. Florida. Boys and girls from 10 to **", JL fS Solloway.
<* of arranqemonto for the Chanuka Camp are 2f^^ the youth Com-
,B**n Miller, Rabbi Moms Mecheloff and Harry J. Son*, chairman-o
Hospital Auxiliary
Show Today
The Membership Committee of
the Mount Sinai Hospital Wom-
en's Auxiliary expects a large
crowd at its Tea and Fashien
Review scheduled for the Algiers
Hotel this afternoon, 1 p.m.
The fashion show will be view-
ed against the oriental splendor
of Miami Beach's newest hotel.
The meeting is open to present
and prospective members of the
Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary
whose current roles list some
2,000 persons.
Active in plans for the function
are the Mesdames Louis J. Kren-
sky, Auxiliary president; Monte
Selig, honorary president; Carl
Weinkle and Jack Ablin, mem-
bership co-chairmen; Dorothy
Fink, program chairman; Leon
Ell, in charge of arrangements;
Aaron Farr, hostess committee;
and Ben Zion Ginsburg, public-
ity.
Beth David Sisters
Hear Confab Report
The Beth David Sisterhood will
meet on Wednesday, December
17th, at 1:30 p.m.
Officers of the Sisterhood will
participate in a Chanuka Light-
ing Ceremony led by Mrs. Max
Shapiro.
Mrs. Harry Laufer, president,
will report on the Convention of
the National Women's League of
the United Synagogues of Amer-
ica recently held in Philadel-
phia, Pennsylvania.
Significance of Chanuka, will
be the topic of a brief address
by Mrs. Shapiro.
Hotel Rama/ Opens
For New Season
The Motel Ramaz, 146 Washing-
ton Avenue, Miami Beach, is now
open for the season under new
management.
Rabbi J. Amsel and S. Silber,
operators of the establishment,
stated "that strict kashruth will
be observed and that all meats
served in the dining room, which
is open to the public, will be ob-
tained from the Glatt Kosher
Meat Company, Williamsburg,
Brooklyn."
The.Ramaz is equipped for ca-
tering service for weddings, Bar
Mitzvahs and other affairs. The
hotel is operated under the Amer-
ican Plan, offering three meals
daily to its guests.
Bleach i.odqe.
Women's Chapter
Joint Celebration
Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591,
B'nai B'rith, and Miami Beach
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women,
will celebrate jointly the 109th
birthday of B'nai B'rith Lodge
and the Chanuka Festival on
Wednesday evening, December
17th, 8 o'clock, at Hibiscus Lodge
Auditorium.
Paul Seiderman, chairman of
the Program Committee, is plan-
ning community singing and en-
tertainment.
George J. Talianoff is presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Lodge.
Mrs. Ben Lebow is president of
the Women's Chapter.
Shochet To Speak
"Fred K. Shochet, publisher of
the Jewish Floridian, will ad-
dress the Teen Age Breakfast
Club of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center at its regular meeting
Sunday morning. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
Center, will introduce the guest
speaker.


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Entered a, iiccrt-eliii matter July 4, i30, at the. Peat
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and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12 1952
Volume 26 Number 50
Kislev 2-4. 5713
Sundav In Bond Day
The entire American-Jewish community
will engage in a mass effort on Sunday to
encourage the Sale of Israel Bonds. Miami
will be but one ol many cities throughout the
United States participating in this effort.
As such, our area will once again join
the purse of the entire nation to beat with the
life-giving guality of a single, unified cam-
paign. The body that will be quickened there-
by is a nation, a sparkling gem forged out
of the sanded land made waste by two thous-
and years of Jewish exile and alien neglect
the new State of Israel.
This Sunday is BIG Day. "the symbol of a
great pioneering effort in the expansion of Is-
rael's economy." Such was the characteriza-
tion of the day made by Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion last week. He put it guite bluntly:
"If we stop pioneering, we stop growing."
Nothing can be more explicit than that.
It would be needless to list the consequences
of the Prime Ministers alternative an up-
buildinq program neglected, industrialization
stunted, a strengthening economy faltering, a
vigorous-minded people let down.
It would be needless to speak of the ef-
fect on homeless Jewry, inspired by the vis-
ion of Israel as virtual salvation. It would be
needless to suggest an Arab League victory
by default.
These consequences of Ben-Gurion s altern-
ative, the cessation of growth, are matters of
which we are well aware. The positive as-
pect of a successful BIG Day must be con-
sidered instead.
Tens of thousands of volunteer men and
women throughout the nation will canvass
their communities on Sunday, urging the sale
of Israel Bonds. Some one thousand workers
in our own area will knock on the doors of
Greater Miami's Jewish homes. There are
two things that we. as Jews who identify our
lives with the destiny of Israel, must do.
We mustv join the campaign effort by ac-
tively participating in the door-to-door can-
vass. This is a simple thing to do. Workers
will congregate at the'Hibiscus Auditorium,
Miami Beach, and at the Bureau of Jewish
Education. Miami, at 9 a.m.. where they will
be privileged to hear a special telephone net-
work broadcast by Ambassador of Israel Ab-
ba Eban. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., and Melvin
Dubinsky before setting into motion the BIG
Day program.
Or we must stay at home to welcome the
volunteer workers and to purchase Israel
Bonds. The future of the new state hangs in
the balance.
The Cycle Of Oianaka
Chanuka, the Festival of Light, is with us
again. It seems but a moment ago in time
that we last were editorializing on this sub-
ject.
The periods of man's history turn quickly
in their cycle of occurrence. The ancient Has-
monaean victory that conquered an alien
force seelqng to destroy Judaism is no more
remote from us than was last year's ob-
servance of Chanuka.
For all attempts that have been made by
ambitious men and ambitious nations to des-
troy Jews and their religious beliefs are but
one. It is only the painstaking chronicle of
experience that separates them by date and
personality.
Most significant is the fact that none has
succeeded. Neither the Hasmonaean enemy
nor the Nazi holocaust halted Jewish minds
and hearts from holding fast to a belief that
rocked its cradle even three thousand years
ago.
Chanuka, a period of rededication. em-
phasizes Jewish abiding faith in the principle
that no attempt against their spiritual and
religious identity can ever be successful. The
Hasmonaean heroic name. Maccabee, is a
symbol of this faith.
Who is like unto You in the Universe. O
God? Here is the meaning of Maccabee in
its fullest sense not in the specific tale of
Jewish victory over Antiochus IV, alone, but
in the tale of Jewish victory over tyranny and
oppression at large.
< oiiimimisi "Protection**
According to US State Department offic-
ials, the recent trials in Czechoslovakia, with
their attendant anti-Semitic campaigns, are
but the prelude to new purges of this kind
which will soon be forthcoming.
As usual, the Communists have done a
masterly job. Unlike their Nazi predecessors,
they are never satisfied with blood-letting,
alone. The treason trials became a happy
occasion for Kremlin propagandists. As
teachers, as self-professed leaders of the op-
pressed, they felt impelled to tell the world
of the latest internationally-conspired treach-
ery against them.
This time, malicious Zionism was their
new tormentor; Jewish personnel, in the upper
echelons of the Czech Communist Party, had
sold them out to American-Israeli foreign in-
trigue. But. of course, the Kremlin masters
aia not anti-Semites.
It was all for Jewish good that the purge
took place. True to their paternalistic type.
the Communists were seekinq to protect in-
nocent Jewish workers from being exploited
and seduced to Israel by Zionist reaction-
aries.
Protection from what, we ask? Protection
from free transportation to the new Jewish
state of the homeless and the persecuted?
Protection from provision with food and shel-
ter? Protection from the most modern medi-
cal assistance? Protection from education,
new life and new hope?
Secretly, the Soviets must be nettled by
one thing: the fact that Israel represents the
revolutionary uplifting of a mass of human-
kind toward a decent way of life by a free
people through the processes of democratic
government. The flourishing rise of the new
state sets the lie to their impoverished, totali-
tarian method.
But apparently, they will not desist in their
efforts. Most significant will be the forth-
coming trial of Ana Pauker, former Rouman-
ian Foreign Minister and a Jewess.
We can not help wondering what secret
crimes against the Kremlin's brand of hu-
manity her "confession" will reveal.
Moan* Sinai Progresses
Another year has passed in the calendar
ot Mount Sinai Hospital's activities. While
the medical institution's research, rehabilita-
tion and teaching programs, a* well as its
daily ministering to the sick, preclude self-
analysis for the sake of ever increasing proq
rasas in Iks.. ;_i_i_ ___ > .. ~ e*"S
During The Wet ...s
By LEO MINDLIN
jJCEMBER
* S*
I THREW $2.25 IMTO A CAULDRON ormuT
night. This was the price for three admission, i ^Y 4
tural Center where, out of mhievousTur!os?tv ?* ^
Moshe Katz. curiosity, I had go*
Mr. Katz is a journalist who writes for the iww
daily published in New York City. Apparently h u,he">t,
from a tour through Europe and was invited" bvh "**
deliver a lecture during the course of whirk w chua
on what ,s really taking place al. over ffifiSi
It seems that only Mr. Katz' audience i. .
Readers of the free press alone, the FreiheU and t^ ftl
can possibly be acquainted with the most intimate dSaSi
rent European fiasco. Others of us. poor deludeH <
thrown in the eyes of our understanding bv the J23
capitalist press". Mr. Katz made much of these shts
his talk and employed them most effectively cw, ^
ers seemed pleased, chortling in gleeful fashion ?t Zi
Line phrases designed to insult "the American brsnH ]H
and rubbing their bell.es (fed full by cap Saust Mum ^
uncontrollable mirth over his best witticism p0S?
end for the industrialists. ^lendm,
MR. KATZ WAS MAINLY CONCERNED with h
hatred that Europeans feel toward the United Statef
he went Mr. Katz said, he met with this same -lttitri..
think the very objective journalist wailed, that such i
been fomented in Marshall Plan countries whose people S
down American gold strewn there so illicitly
Illustrating this sad state of events, Mr Katz mad. ~
the fact that in Italy. West Germany and F.tee. h?*
but signs reading: Ridgway, Go Home. Of curse heiaudtfH
Uon what he saw in East Germany. Hungary, RoUmania M
Russia. About the latter, heavenly scenes he could onl
conjecture, for good sympathizer that he is. Mr. Katz wa< L
ly denied entrance there. m*-
Also the subject of much sentimental woe was the n
ruinous state in which the dastardly American Army and iW
had left Europe following the conclusion of World War U
the Nazis had merely murdered, tortured and plundered Ik
lamented, the United State bombed the Continent without!
ation or feeling and left a wake of destruction that defies tt.
ination of all decent persons. Especially horrible for the I
observer was the ravage our military men made in Fra
they blithely landed on Normandy Beach.
Mr. Katz had many more inside stories. One would
patience of a Torah scribe to set them all down Suffice i
that they were, each and everyone, conceived and express,4
veil of half-truth. This is the method of his ilk.
IT IS LARGELY TRUE THAT Americans are regard* ..
feeling of distrust by the Europeans. When Dwight Eisenlw
his position as chief of the North Atlantic Treaty Orgawal
campaign for Presidency of the United States, Ridgway'il
on the scene was met with severe opposition faithfully re*
our "capitalist dominated" press.
But Mr. Katz very clearly failed to explain the baa
European distrust, and he also ignored the fact that anti-L
campaigns were Communist Party inspired. Speaking with
humor about the Marshall Plan against which "Molotov had _
all of Europe as a capitalist trick to destrov its self-detenus
he overlooked the fact that Russia had been invited to pst
in the economic upbuilding program. And bemoaning the (^
tion still existing on the roads leading away from Normandf
Mr. Katz conveniently forgot that his cracked voice had i
heard in the Soviet's puppet chorus calling for a Second .-_
befuddle the striking power of the Nazi forces then ovew
the USSR.
In the face of all this half-truth, one-sided fantasy, the
ress in these fields we feel hr,r~"y LS c iiT. VlCe f a11 this "-*nithI one-sided fantasy, th
observation offlBnT S Ws work^ is So^e "" ^^ "* AmeriC"n SU ^'^
than deserving.
For the hospital, in the few short years of
its existence, has attained national eminence
and stands ob one of the most modern and
progressive in the South today. Functioning
against the limit of possibility and time, the
institution has virtually lifted itself from the
oblivion of infancy to a position of accomp-
----------------~-m *** rvwvMii. hbjbj rwiitri n*siri oiaie Lwpai uircim
party system and bungling Mr. Truman who will not call ti
the Korean War (which, of course, he fomented) because -
good business and whose representatives at the United Niu
last week blocked a Soviet attempt to conclude hostilities.


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m
tytCCABtEV
r-i
MR. KATZ WAS SECONDARILY CONCERNED with
rent Czechoslovakian "incident". Here, again, his imagmaL
up and down the scale of Party Line, sour note vocabul
phraseology.
Cleverly, he concluded that, afterall, Jews are capable
traitors, spies and international ^mobsters like anyone _
I couldn't possibly be the fault of the Czechoslovakian People
mocracy that eleven of the fourteen Communists who confa
treason were Jewish. The problem of Anti-Semitism, Mr. Ktt
I goncally stated, was entirely concocted by the "yellow. J
dominated American press" as an answer to the recently
polite Soviet observation that the Rosenberg Atom Spy Case
racist connotations.
Never once did the lecturer make reference to the Zion*
Never once did he indicate that both the Czechoslovakian pi"
Pravda, the official Communist Party organ, are currently
their pages with tales about "international Zionist intrigue
ing a mockery of the political implications of the Jewish '
denied the essential "Jewishness" of Rudolph Slansky and
horts.
That Slansky is merely a Jew in name can not be *"'
t is also true that he had been deliberately singled I
mallf
Kremlin to foster anti-Semitic activities in Czechoslovaks
very devilish reason, that he was the victim of his perw
structed racist design and that memory of his Moscow will do little to prevent future Jewish blood le,n*
the Iron Curtain.
Thus did the expendable individual for the ComnwJ*,
areer lull.n. .1______1...:_____:_n..lce ThlS i,u,u
the larger pattern of the revolutionary impulse. This a"
Katz carried to the conclusion of his talk when h rnKie
reference to Lenin's love for humankind. Again, he wt
mficant matter. He failed to mention that Lenin engage
mficant matter. He failed to mention that Lenin e-
revolutionary war to kill, man by man, those Ru**"
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^v DECEMBER 12, 1952
Lawrence Coulton
hrrencc Coulton To
[ad Weekly Portion
wrence Allan, son of Mr.
[Mrs. Archie Coulton. 620 SW
1. will become Bar
zv.-ih during Saturday morn-
jervices of the Miami He-
hv School and Congregation
fcrrow, December 13th.
fhc Bui- Mitzvah will conduct
i entire service, read the Por-
of the Week and address
CongregatioOi Rabbi Simon
\i\ will respond.
cond vice president of the
lior Congregation, Lawrence
an is in the 8th grade at Shen-
oah Junior High School,
ere he plays violin with the
hestra.
i Kiddush will follow the cer-
ony at which the Bar Mitz-
k's parents will be hosts.
Personally
Speaking
Visiting Miami from Newark
New Jersey, and here to attend
the wedding of Miss Dorothy
Pepper are Mrs. Gideon Rimon
and daughter, Beth. Mrs. Rimon
is the former Esther (Chickie)
Cohen, spending the short stay
with her parents, Mr, and Mrs
Bernard Cohen, 1711 SW 19th
Street.
* *
Mrs. and Mrs. Gerald P Solt7
of 511 SW 7th Court, and Dr. and
Mrs. Daniel Finkelstein, of 716
SW 51st Avenue, will sail today
on the SS Nuevo Dominicano to
spend a weekend in Nassau
* ft
Off to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
are Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosen-
thai, of 1530 SW 1st Avenue,
where they will visit their daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert H. Vatz, and greet their
newly arrived grandson, James
Michael, born on November 28th.
Mrs. Vatz is the former Phyllis
(Flip) Rosenthal.

Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sterman,
of Fayette. Alabama, former
Coral Gables residents, announce
the birth of their son, Robert
Alan. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome E. Freehling, of
! 1231 SW 19th Terrace, Miami.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Leona Levin, of 4136 Al-
ton Road, Miami Beach, will hold
Open House on Sunday. Decem-
ber 14th. from 3 to 5 p.m., in
honor of her daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold H.
Goodkowsky, who were wed in
Cambridge, Massachusetts, on No-
vember 18th. Mrs. Goodkowsky is
the former Harriet Levin.
S^BMI&ctfbt?
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mnnr? mL* '^u^!,' Ci\aim Weizmann- Pr>r c Of Israel, which was a highlight of the Weiz-
irSJft"1 Wednesday night at Flaminco Park, are (sitting, left to right) Mrs. Alfred
fcriZ Z2hmSl- S'?n1ing 1 wmlnu Y ^Cu3' E1I]1CiField' Sam Hirsch- Burne,t Ro,h- Maurice Survis- Mis Simon. Ed-
I waro ukq and Harold Shapiro. The original dramatization of the life of Israel's first presi-
dent Jeatured the program sponsored by the Zionist Council of South Florida. Professor
mrsch. of the University of Miami Drama Department, wrote and produced the play. Music
was composed, arranged and played by Robert Strassburg.
Professor Hirsch To Be Heard In Reading
The Jewish Cultural Center, i tonight. 8 p.m.. in a
Miami Beach, will present Profes- reading of George Bernard
sor Sam Hirsch. Drama Depart- Shaw's Don Juan In Hell. e
ment at the University .of Miami,' Professor Hindi's reading is Fund.
| part of the Shaw play entitled,
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Harry Gordon was unani-
mously elected president ear-
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id Synagogue, Miami's pion-
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Gordon has Tong been active
in the Beth David program.
A civic leader, he serves as
a vice president of the Miami
Zionist District, is a member
of the Scottish Rite and was
vice president of Beth David
last year. Other officers who
will be installed with Gordon
some time in January are
Samuel Dickson. vice presi-
dent; Herbert Scher. 2nd vice
president; Harry Simon,
treasurer; Al Quadrow, as-
sistant treasurer; John Feller,
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FASCINATING FACT about Florid* is this: despite the erer-
crowding tempo, everybody find* time to pursue two dozen inter-
ests! People meet each other coming and going, flashing in and
out of doorways, hopping in and out of auto*, cither clutching or
tossing invitations all making for a miracle of activity week
after week into speeding months ,
THIS CANDLE-LIT WEEK opened with Ben and Margaret
Yomen's dedication of their home on Michigan Avenue above
Lincoln Road, a beautiful and true Chanukas Habayas, as attested
by enthusiastic reports. Three hundred guests thronged the living
room and early American dining room. Glowing arrivals in a
body were president Mrs. Esther Feldtran with the entire Jewish
Folk Chorus, bringing songs to such listeners as the Hal Meyers
of LaGorce Drive. Mrs. Bill Feuer. the Maurice Carrolls. Miriam
Solkoff. Norms Kaye. the Jack Zebitz. and about 50 music pupils
and parents The Bernie Roths sent a bouquet and not to be
outdone, the Ben Yomen's Persian cat brought forth her best, too
four little Persians. Provocatively. Margaret now greets every-
one with: "I'm a grandmother!"
Incidentally, teenagers in their music studio are working up
The Life and Works of Stephen Foster, with Mikado" scheduled
when the large cast can form .
And the week closes with Sunday's children's concert at the
Jewish Cultural Center marking the lighting of the second Chan-
ukah candle in roles written by the kids themselves. They're aged
5 to 12. Director is'Morris Shifris. His wife is Chashka Zamsky
who recited the,eloquent narration for the Yiddish "Peter and the
Wolf last year. We'll never forget her wolf's haunting "Gewalt"'
Margaret Yomen drilled the children's chorus.
TIMED FOR THIS HAPPIEST WEEK U Saturday's Bar Mils
vah celebration of Efrom Zev Mescheloff at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue, with Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff welcoming their friends
to Open House on Sunday at 2. Glorious good wishes!
THE SEASON'S BEAT:
Brooklyn's Ben and Helen Gallen of the dress shops used the
Sh tenac as home-base helping Stan and Shirley Lubow
ceit-crate their 5th anniversary Pulling a switch. Etta Hollander,
< tie time fruit shoppt- expert, is spending the winter in Mexico .
Hailing its third birthday. Miami Beach's "Gold Coast News
Magazne" z:ps a swift? number off the press, says managing ed Ann
Schmerer, leaded with cu.-.gratulations That was the Hotel
Grid's popular Sam Rosnir braking his car sharply at a corner and
jally waving motorists to keep going, brother, while he ex-
r.ged the time of day with a pedestrian who innocently got in
way. That pedestrian ought to stay off the streets, wt agreed:
-' a- mo .
MIGHTY GOOD NEIGHBORS from whom others can take a
tip are the Ocean Surf's Ester Hagen 'along with sister Bertha)
and manager Dorothy S. Coller of the adjoining Ocean Horizon.
Real gals in the hotel business who know the business .
The Season's good to Lou Kanter. but when, why not? Re-
nowned in hotel row for his appearance and experience. Lou's
been handed his choice of two Front Desks. He built his reputa-
tion, first, at the Winlerhaven. And as program chairman of Hotel
Greeters. he's set a mark here for the nation to reach, if it can .
Estelle Rubin of Beach Letter chuckles as she informs me she
never had a Rabbi Apian in her Atlanta family, and could it be
I was listening to the tap of the mimeo machine instead of listen-
ing to her? "But don't let it bother you." she says. "If I never
had a Rabbi in the family, you fixed it up so I've got one now."
Proudest Daddy in the Shoremede the other morning was Ben
Zion G.nsberg. hearing high school daughter Barbara praise her
thrilling "Boss for a Day" served at the Billig and Schwartz pub-
licity-fuad offices. "I only hope," said David Fenton wistfully "I'll
have a Boss for a Day soon. too. My daughter's 12." This led one
mother to snarl to another: "What are those fathers dodging*" I've
pot a daughter and she's the Boss every day!" All this was part of
the program reviewed by the Beach Chamber of Commerce in its
annual placing of teenagers in business life, to see the wheels go
round. On behalf of the entire school, lovely Barbara thanked all
their bosses. She's heading for journalism .
Mrs. Alfred Glasser will be delighted to hear from you. She's
chairman of the card party due on Dec 17th at the Home Milk
auditorium. 2451 N.W. 7th Ave. This is the month's event by the
glittering B'nai B'riih Women of Miami .
SCOOP news probably to be announced Thursday at the Mi-
ami Beach Music and Arts League in the Roney's Surf Room is the
appointment of THE FLORIDIAN'S brilliant Leo Mindlin as Liter-
ary Chairman .
To one woman in Greater Miami. Dr. Periti Scheinberg is the
miracle-man who waved the wand that spared her tiny grandchild
from a crippled life. Aware of his keen interest in the afflicted,
she asked his counsel, and phoned his suggestions to her frantic
daughter in New York. Daughter thereupon took the baby to the
physician he recommended she'd received twenty different
diagnoses from others and today the toddler is cured.
Jumping onward to Jan. 30th is the League of Woman Voters
fixing that morning for a panel on local government. Blushing wit-
their flattery. I'm to be moderator. Electrifying Leaguers here in-
clude Esther Granat and Esther Reid. Provisional president is Sue
Stevens. Esther Reid was a League headliner in Chicago .
Always increbible but constant here are the coincidences which
put longtime friends next door to each other. Latest in the list are
the Leon Honigsbergs. and Harry and Isaac Greer .
Rolling into Miami next months is "Industrial Progress
U.S.A.". the Henry Ford-Greenfield Village exhibit of art and
articles from Dearborn outlining this nation's progress in industry
from the time we worked ourselves up from the Stuts Bearcat,
from cast iron kitchen pots weighing a ton, from "able, discreet,
sober firemen" hauling water buckets, from Isaac Merrilt Singer's
S40 and a sewing machine idea to the present 5.000 speed stitches
a minute yep. all the way up to what we've got now ... So
what've we got now? Look around, dearie.
W
Miss Rae Freund
Classmates Choose
February 1st
A wtdding at the Lincoln Man-
' ner. Miami Beach, on February
I 1st. will unite in marr age Miss
! Rae Freund and Jules Pincus.
The couple are Junior class-
mates at the University of Flor-
ida.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs Jacob Freund.
221 Jefferson Avenue. Mr. Pincus
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morns
I. Pincus. St. Augustine. Florida.
Miss Freund graduated from
Miami Senior Hih School. She
belongs to Alpha Epsilon Phi at
the University of Florida, where j
she is also president of the Caval-1
lettes there.
Mr. Pir.cus graduated from j
Ketterlinus High School in St. I
Augustine. His fraternity is Pi
Lambda Phil.
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Efrom Mescheloff Will Be IW^n^T"
Tomorrow; To Address Congregation
Efrom Zev Mescheloff. 13-
year-old son of Rabbi and Mrs.
v sea Mescheloff. will speak
from his father's pulpit at the
celebration of his Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday, December 13th.
The religious service will be-
gin 830 a.m., at the Beth Jacob
Congregation. 301 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beaeh.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, honorary
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, and Rab-
bi Alexander S. Gross, principal
of the Hebrew Academy, will re-
id to the Bar Mitzvah's ad-
dress which will be delivered in
English, as well as to a Talmudic
rtation which he will "de-
liver in Hebrew. Morris B.
Frank, president of the Congre-
gation, will speak on behalf of
the officers and membership.
Born in Miami Beach, the Bar
Mitzvah is a twelfth generation
descendant of a direct line of
Rabbis, counting among his fore-
bears some of the greatest He-
brew authors, scholars and spir-
itual leaders.
He is an honor student at the
Hebrew Academy and is one of
the panel of Quiz Kids appearing
every Sunday on a local radio
station. He is a member of the
graduating class in his school and
is editor of his school's publica-
tion, The Echo.
He is also one of the organ-
izers of the Palmach Group of
Young Judaea and served four
terms as its president.
Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff will
Urandei* AJC
Slate* Ilium h
An Annual Chanuku Brunch
will be given by the Brandeis:
Chapter, American Jewish Con-1
gress, at the Sea Gull Hotel on
December 18th, 11:30 a.m.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
speak on The Meaning Of Chan-
uka. Mrs. Mescheloff will give
the Invocation.
Soloist Mrs. Judy Drucker will
be accompanied by Laurel Rub-
in in a musical program. Chair-
man is Mrs. Harry Shopiro.
Roehelle Swaebe To
Wed Hen Goodman
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Auerbach,
of 2120 SW 12th Avenue, and
Brookline, Massachusetts, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Rochelle (Hickey)
Swaebe. to Ben Goodman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodman,
1751 SW 7th Street.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Miami Beach High School and
will continue her studies after
marriage.
Mr. Goodman is associated with
the M. Rosen Dental Labora-
tories.
The couple plan an early sum-
mer wedding.
it
Efrom Mescheloll
be hosts at a Kiddush f.lioi_
the religious services in the i
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They will also he !d OpenL
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friends on Sunday, Decent,
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)Ay, DECEMBER 12, 1952
Dullnrry
Miss Gwynneth Wagner
Islicis Mark Golden
mivcrsary Here
kr. and Mrs. j7 Fisher, of 1526
nigan Avenue, Miami Beach,
celebrate their Golden An-
Jersary with relatives and
tids at the Lincoln Manor on
Iday. Niivember 30th.
jarried in Boston, Massachus-
in November, 1902, they liv-
|in that city for some 53 years
| have spent their last 20 win-
; on Miami Beach.
It. Fisher is a real estate op-
jlor and insurance man.
he Fishers have three mar-
I daughters, Mrs. L. Davidoff,
of Dr. Davidoff, New York
[in Burgeon; Mrs. A. Pierson,
of Dr. Pierson, Meriden,
Imecticut; and Mrs. H. Stein,
of Attorney Stein, Brook-
\. Massachusetts.
hey also have seven grand-
dren.
fcth Fox Will Wed
ft. and Mrs. Isadore Fox, of
SW 24th Terrace. Miami,
Brooklyn, New York, an-
nce the wedding of their
Ighter. Ruth, to Irving Scharf,
December 25th. Rabbi Simon
>il will officiate. Mr. Scharf
pe nephew of Mrs. Clara Bear,
Miami.
| View Immigration
h- Donald D. Michelson, Hillel
kctor at the University of Mi-
1 will discuss Early Jewish
Migration To America at the
poza Outdoor Forum tomor-
' afternoon. 3 p.m. The Forum
)ta on the lawn of the home
[Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th
fet and Ocean Co'urt, Miami
ft
Wedding Bells For
Miss Wagner Soon
Wedding bells will ring De-
cember 28th. at Temple Beth
Sholom, for the marriage of
Gwynneth Louise Wagner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan
A. Wagner, 4601 North Bay Road,
Miami Beach, and Chicago, Ill-
inois, to Leonard Snytterman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Snyder-
man, formerly of Harrisburg
Pennsylvania, and now of Miami
Miss Wagner graduated from
Miami Beach High School. She
was a member of the National
Thespian Honor Society and Ac-
capello Choir. She also attended
the University of Miami, having
been affiliated with the Cathed-
ral Players.
Thc bride-elect is now employ-
ed by the American Optical Com-
pany.
Her fiance served in the Navy
for two years and is now man-
aging the Williams Resort Wear
Shop for Men.
Miss Wagners attendants will
be Miss Harriet Pathman, maid
of honor, and the Misses Harriet
Barondess, Fay Brodsky, Harriet
Ginsberg, Fern Hofman. Bettv
Kaplan and Arlene Schokett.
Best man will be Dr. Allan
Jackson.
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PAGE 7 A
Rita Annis Will
Wed Corporal
Mrs. Bertha Annis, of 1831 Cor-
al Gate Drive, Miami, announces
the betrothal of her daughter,
Rita, to Corporal Martin Slav-
ney, of Madison, Wisconsin.
The bride-elect is a senior at'
Miami High School and expects!
to graduate in June.
Corporal Slavney attended the
University of Wisconsin and is I
presently with the United States I
Marine Corp, stationed at Ooa I
Locka.
A definite date for the weddirfg
has not been set.
CAMEO hi ati ii
WASHINGTON AT 15th
MIAMI BEACH
Matinee :;.- Kv. nlng ;.>"
Starting WED.. DECEMBER 17th
LEON SCHACHTER PRESENTS
Yiddish Vaudeville
with a cait of New York Favorites
JACK RECHZEIT
GITEL STEIN
JACOB ZANGEH
ANNIE LUBIN
FLORENCE WEISS
Irvin Pietrack Orchestra
ON SCREENCONTINUOUS FROM 1:45 P.M.
JENNIFER JONES DAVID FARRAR
in "MY WILD HEART"
YOU WILL FIND
THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION
of
I^YS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH
at
[MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH
1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Miss Marilyn Samowiiz
Samowitz, Kager
Betrothal Told Here
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Samowitz,
formerly of Pittsburgh, Pennsyl-
vania, and now of Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Marilyn, to Harold To-
kayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Tokayer, New York City.
Family announcement of the
betrothal was at a Thanksgiving
Dinner held in the home of the
bride-elect.
Miss Samowitz is a B'nai B'rith
leader here and an active mem-
ber of IZFA. She is an evening
student at the University of Mi-
ami.
Associated with Young Israel
in New York, Mr. Tokayer at-
tended CCNY there and is now
with the National Container Cor-
poration.
The couple plan a summer
wedding.
Dr. G. George Fox, dis-
tinguished Rabbi Emeritus of
the South Shore Temple, Chi-
cago, Illinois, and Mrs. Fox
are vacationing at the Sax-
ony Hotel for three weeks.' |
Dr. Fox has been honored by
a Citation for Eminent Citi-
zenship from the University
of Chicago, has been a mem-
ber of the Executive Commit-
tee of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis, the Gov-
ernor's Inter-Racial Commit-
tee and is a weekly column-
ist whose Watch Tower ap-
pears in the Chicago Sen-
tinel.
Westview Club
Features Damon
Runyon Characters
Members of the Westview
Country Club will hold a dance
tomorrow evening at 9 p.m.
A Buffet Supper will be served
at 11:30. Members of the Club
will dress to portray Damon
Runyon characters and to carry
out the theme of a Guys and
Dolls Dance.
Feature attraction will be a
Barbershop Quartet headed by
Stanley C. Myers, who will ap-
pear as Rusty Charley. Other
Runyon characters in the Quar-
tet will be Horseface Harry, Lou-
ie de Lug and the Lemondrop
Kid.
Hosts at the affair will include
the Harold Turks, the Irvin Kor-
achs, the Sam Heimans and the
Aaron Kanners.
Teenagers will center their ac-
tivities about a Bar-B-Cue
Splash Party. Among those at-
tending will be Miss Nancy Pep-
per, Tommy Markowitz, Miss
Gale Ackerman a'ld Miss Har-
riet Lipton.
Lowe Features Films
Tight Little Island and Buma
will be presented as the second
in the series of film programs
for members of the Lowe Gallery
on Sunday at 3 p.m.
DER YIDDeSHER
FORUM
SAT. DEC. 13th, 8:30 P.M.
at Kneseth Israel
14th Place 6, Euclid Avenge
Miami Beach
A CHANUKA
CELEBRATION
CANTOR ABRAHAM SE1F
Traditional & Modern Songs,
Speaker:
MARIM KURMAN
Subject:
,-ChanukaPast And Present"'
Chanuka Readings
MAX ASTOR
BERYL MORRISON
Hermans Cruise
In Cam*bean
The wedding of their daughter,
Helen, to Irving R. Herman, son
of Mrs. Anna Herman, 802 Euc-
lid Avenue, is announced by Mrs.
Minnie Kessler, 1310 95th
Street, Bay Harbor Islands.
The ceremony was performed
on Sunday at Temple Beth Shol-
om, with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her brother, Arthur
Kessler. Miss Myra-Lee Levy
was maid of honor. Best man for
his brother-in-law was Marshall
Levin.
Newlywed Mrs. Herman was
graduated from Bentley School,
New York, and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Mr. Herman, head of the North
Shore Construction Company, is
a veteran of World War II. He
was graduated from Morrisenia
High School, New York, and at-
tended the New York School of
Industrial Art.
After a cruise through the Car-
ibbean, the couple will be at
home at 8330 Crespi Boulevard.
I'llKinKlori
Miss Fay Pielet
U of M Students Will
Wed On June 28th
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pielet of
Hinsdalc, Illinois, and Sebring.
Florida, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Fay, to
James Lowell Lewis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sid Lewis, 3140 SW 13th
Street, Miami.
Miss Pielet is a Junior at the
University of Miami.
Her fiancee also attended the
University of Miami, where he
was a member of Sigma Alpha
Mu Fraternity. He is now as-
sociated with Sid Lewis and Son
in the contract furniture busi-
ness.
The wedding will take place
in Evanston, Illinois, at the Park-
way Hotel on June 28th. The
young couple expect to make
their home in Miami.
Miss Pozeskv Weds
At Parents' Home
Miss Sondra Pozesky, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pozesky,
Hollywood. Florida, was wed to
Stanley Louis Lobenstern, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lobenstein.
Miami, in a double ring cere-
mony on November 30th, at the
home of her parents.
Rabbi Jacob Honig, of the Hol-
lywood Jewish Community Cen-
ter, officiated.
Maid of honor was Miss Laura
Lobenstein. Alfred Eher was best
man. A reception followed the
ceremony at the bride's home,
with a wedding dinner later at
the Delmonico Hotel. Soloist was
Martin Pozesky.
The couple spent their honey-
moon on the west coast.

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""DAY, DECEMfin,
Re-el"cted P~sHent ~f '*"> Grer*"* Micmi Jewish Commun-
ity Center Stanley C. Myers (left; is shown presenting a
fioque to Abe Kuimcn wno accepts the citation for outstand-
ing work done durina th GMTCC Buildinq Fund Campaiqn.
The plaque is dedicated tc Kurman, Henry Jacobson and
Kurman. ..^
Stanley Myers To Head GMJCC Again;
Scheiner, Simkowitz, Mrs. Sirkin VP's
Stanley C. Myers, civic and;
i omunity loader, was re-elect-
ed president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
I. -'. Tuesday at the Center's Sec-
ond Annual Meeting held in the j
T ati Branch.
Other officers elected were
I Sheincr. Isidore Simkowitz
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. vicel
presi : :.- Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
I Od Sidney Stilli
Tracing GMJCC- hf I
itt first Annua M -.x
Pn Myers, in
I- .'i:::! revl wed 1 | ress
t daU and the futun i a-
h< i Myen said that the agen-
i id pted a budget which
i been approved bj The Great-
Miami Jewish K lei ition and
ii i within the limita-
t; ru of its available fur. I
He also indicated that the
E'ard of Directors bai assumed
increased responsibility in the
area of internal income through
Fund Raising under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof and
through membership under the
leadership of Leo Sheiner.
Highlight of the evening was
the presentation of a plaque,
Flakier Plans New
Year's Eve Party
The Women's Group of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center hold its monthly
luncheon on Tuesday.
Mrs. Leon Bernard WU assist-
ed by the Mesdames Aaron Sha-
piro. Walter Stewart. Jack Co-
hen. Ralph Lang and B. Farber-
man.
The Group will meet again on
December 18th. at 8:30 p.m.
Bernard Welkind. principal of
the Sunday School, has made
plans for a traditional Chanuka
Party to be held Sunday morn-
ing. December 14th. at 10 a.m.
Pupils will bo seated around ,
banquet tables, and a Menorah (
will be lit at each table. Each
class will have part in the as- ,
sembly.
Children in the Dramatic j
Group will wear costumes which j
they made in class. The Arts
and Crafts class will have a dis- j
play pertaining to the holiday.!
The Center is expecting a full j
house to attend it Annual New i
Year's Eve Party.
Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Stewart,
co-chairmen, announce that res-
ervations may be made by call-
ing Mort Elterman. Al Constantin
and Mrs. Ben Clein.
Pi Lambda Phi Alumni gets the University of Miami Fraterai
House under way with the signing of a charter. Pi u.
present at the signing are (left to right) Leonard Caplin j
president; Edward Klein. Legal Committee; Joseph Liote
director; and Frank Marks, president. Center is Judqe y
N. Morris. Other Pi Lambda Phi directors named were I
Jordan. Herbert Schwarz, Leonard Wein and Henry Hohanw
Construction will commence the middle of next year 3
completion of the Bond Drive now under way.
Hebrew Academy Women Launch
Final Phase O Journal Campaign
Fisher Will
Head Flagler
Religious Group
M(
Fisher will head the
which will bo located in the:
Town Branch Building, to Dav-i
id Brown. Henry Jacobson and
Abe Kurman "who by their gen- j
erous contributions, stimulated |
and sparked the Building Fund
Campaign which made possible;
the erection of this building."
Kurman responded to the pres-
entation.
Monne Gelb. who served as
chairman of the Annual Meeting
Planning Committee, presided
and introduced the entertain-
ment for the evening, which in-
cluded vocal renditions by Can-
.'.. b Bornstein, of Temple
a demonstration of the
Town Branch Modern Dance
Group, led by Soni Green; and
community singing led by Mrs.
Jack Donnerstag, musical direc-
tor of Beth David Synagogue.
Refreshments were provided by
a committee of hostesses headed
bj Mrs. Joseph Duntov. They
included the Mesdames Sylvia
Chertkof. Ben Essen, Herman
Feldman. Meyer Forer. E. H.
Gale, Monroe Gelb. Samuel Gert-
; man, Sally Gainsboro. Joseph
Horowitz, Leo Huberman, Leon
Kaplan, Stanley C. Myers, Leo
i Sheiner, Isidore Simkowitz, Mil-
Members of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women will hold a Loyalty
Luncheon on Monday afternoon,
at the Hotel Good, to launch the
final phase of their campaign for
the Fifth Annual Pictorial Jour-
nal.
The Journal will be issued in
conjunction with the Academy's
Annual Dinner, scheduled for

FISHER
ACTI
IR Miami Je
mmunitv Centei
Artvu.- Siuill.m
Three generations are represented above. Mrs. Moses Krieg-
er (left), her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, and her
garndson, Richaxd Fink, were all elected to the Board of Di-
rectors, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, at the
GMJCC Annual Meeting this week.
Religious Activities Group of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center.
From Brook-
lyn, New York,
Fisher was pres-
ident of the Vis-
iting Sick Soci-
ety there for 18
years. He has
been a Miami
resident s i n c
1944.
Mrs. Aaron
Shapiro has
been appointed
secretary of the Religious Activ-
ities Group. In charge of Friday
evening services are Joseph Mas-
ters, Jess Freed and Berrv Clein.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------j
ton Sirkin. Sidney Stiller, Carl
Susskmd and Carl Weinkle.
Ben Essen, chairman of the
Nominating Committee, reported
for his committee.
The following Board of Direc-
tors were elected:
!.-> Ai k. : mi,in. i 'li.n i. .. V.I. im.tn
.l.iii!.- Albert, Shlrle) Hatii.it. Mr-
k. i ii,., Bognei. .i.i pj i 'arver, l.eo
' bnJken, Q.....gt ChartKof, lira Sylvia
Chertkof, Hen Claln, Abraham Cohen
Mm. Abraham Cohen, Mm Al Cotnan-
"i A Budd Cutler, living Cypan, Ar-
thur DeOuti, Joseph Uuntov, htri
Joseph Duntov, vie Bber, Morton El-
terman, Malvln Knalan.lrr. Mm Mal-
vin BnaUnder, u,>n a Epstein, K.n
Raaen, Mr. Ban Emm,
lira. Bannu roMBMua, Mm n..i-
"thy l-.iik. Richard Kink. Mn Mayer
52>rar, Mm Jam m Preed, Milton
Friedman, Henry Oaj-laon, Monrle
'..II.. Mr. Monroe Uelb, Mrs Lao
uolvan, H.n..rt Oeierntar, Mn. Bam-
J*el J.ertniaii. IVu .l.ll.r. Mamhall
."'.'! M" '"'- CMnaburB, i-iwrewe
','"'....."* Sl'- Lawrence Ooldborc.
Burton Ooldeteln. David M Oordon
Mi- I'.im.i m Oordon
J... k aordon, Emanuel Qraff, Mn
Bmanuel Oraff. i>r Roberi Ornyaon
Mi- Sophie Orlmaldl, Prof. Ramual
' ,,M|- annual Hlrach, Mn
Morrli Honigbaum, I...., Huberman,
*''- "Hi., rinan. Qua Jarobaun
Hyman Kam, Aaron Banner, I....,,
KPi"! ~ '....." "*P'*n, Irwln
'' :" ,'; Klai W .:,.,, Bneap"
,' N Ki I. r< r, Mn Leon
Bupper, Abe Burman
Jai k i..ii,.|..m. i., ,, Landla, Irvlna
U*. Harold lebow. bldne) Lofcourt.
Mta Philip l^fkowlt, Ehlel ..,>:
'' H"rr> l-.-Mii.-. Charleii A J.ii,-
l"1/ '" "; Upton in i7-;J
,,,- ,, i <' Mt Anna
" Mr Bei lain n Ml!
' Miller, Joeepn m.,.,.'
" BUnlev i' \n,.,. v..
Btanle) r Myen, loaeph Bevel ItavM
Orllk, M...,, ,,-- ,'
, ? ', I ........ Bdward
\" '.....-I-'. H i ,
Rothateln
1 H h w ....,
... SevvHll
fS; Hrh '- "he..... H. Krher
M. Herbert grher. Du ...,
man. rred K si,.., i .
Hlmko,
Milton nrlrhT mK' M?.t2i
r..i Sobal, Dr Arthui Hokotofl
Mm Norman hoi n k i.. ,
ban S|, ,..,. ,.,. s.. .. '
Lewi. Bternaheln. Sl,l... stiller V ,
Si.lney stiller. Mm C.l Bua'aklnd
Ro*rt T,.i.er. Carl Weinkle Mm'
William Zu.kermnn. Harry Zu.ker-
books that wore purcha-ed
the Academy Library.
Mrs. Harold Turk will r-pt]
on audio-visual equipment [
chased recently by the Acadtafl
Mrs. Alexander Kogani:!iui
marize the action taken by t
Academy Room Mothers in sea
ing to prevent distribution
objectionable comic books on!
Board of Directors formed xi
eral two-man teams to cm|4
the canvass of the Greater Sa
community for the annual aft
Parents who recently coxpkfl
ed visits to the Academy^ Eo
lish classes will soon present
ports on their tours. Mrs. Josql
Zemel, chairman of the Liara
Sunday mghT January 4th. at SS^SS "'.'"- r0prt ,o:irec?
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Admission to the Loyalty Lun-
cheon will be free to all women
who buy or sell $18 in adver-
tisements for the Journal and
who present the ads at the lunch-
eon.
A special Chanuka presenta-
tion by students of the Academy
will highlight the meeting, ac- am7~Beach" newsstands.'
cording to Mrs. B. I. Binder and I
Mrs. Samuel Ritter, luncheon
chairmen. Serving on the com- I
mittee are the Mesdames Her-'
bert Cohen, Samuel Cohen, Mur- I
ray Deblinger. Harry Genet, Har- |
old S. Kaufman and Louis Suss- ,
man.
Mrs. David S. Andron, chair-
man of the Hebrew Academy
Women's Journal Committee,
urged maximum attendance at
the luncheon, "since time is be- ,
ginning to run out for this year's'
journal."
Mrs. Roy Sitomer and Mrs.
Samuel Cohen, vice chairmen of
the journal, reported that the
sale of Patrons' Pages for the
journal are now being stressed.
Charles Fruchtman, chairman
of the Fifth Annual Dinner, en-
tertained directors and leaders
of the Academy at his home Mon- j
day evening. "Although our in-
itial efforts have been gratifying, j
we must redouble them in order '
to achive our goal of 1,000 per-
sons for the dinner." Fruchtman,
asserted.
Dr. David S. Andron, president
of the Academy, presided at the
report meeting. Members, of the
Edward G. Robinson, stag
and screen star, will port?
the late Dr. Chaim
mann, first President of I
rael, in Trial and Error.'
radio drama P******!
Eternal Light on NBC-WBJ
Sunday, December Mlfl, **
a.m.
tbtf
Mrs. Manuel Burstein and Judge Louie Bandel rece
BIG Day workers1 kits from Melvin Dubinsky, aa*L& tb
man of the BIG Day Campaign. Dubinsky ""J^i fll
more than 700 volunteer workera who met for mstru ^^
the Miami Beach Hibiacua Lodqe, Sunday morning-
ber 7th.


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AMONG THE BIG DAY WORKERS
lieth David PTA To Itabhi >Im holof f
Fete 700 Students
The Beth David PTA will
sponsor a Chanuka Party for the
700 Sunday School students on
Sunday, December 14th, at 9:45
a.m.
Featured will be a production
by the Dramatic Group and Fes-
tival songs by the Students Choir.
Students will be recipients of a
Chanuka Grab Bag distributed
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
N Davidow.
Nislrs Schedule
Membership Tea
The Sisterhood of Tifereth Is-
rael Northside Center will hold
an Annual Membership Tea on
Thursday, December 18th, at 650
North Miami Avenue.
Mrs. Jack Berke, chairman, has
planned a Fashion Show and a
musical program featuring a vio-
in soloist.
The Sisterhood is also sched-
uling a Chanuka Party for Sun-
day School children at the Tem-
pie on December 14th, 10 a.m.
Heads Asm-ii
New president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association is
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spirit-
ual leader of Congregation Beth
Jacob.
Rabbi Mescheloff was elected
to the post at a meeting held in
Temple Israel last week.
Named to serve as secretary of
the organization was Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop, spiritual leader of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center.
The new officers will be in-
stalled at a gathering of Rabbis
on December 20th, at the home
of Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph R.
Narot.
Vice Chairmen Of BIG Day
Mrs. Press
Golden Agers In
Sunday Observance
The Golden Age Friendship
Group of Greater Miami will hold
its Annual Chanuka Celebration
at the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 450 SW 16th Avenue, on
Sunday, December 14th.
Among the many activities
planned is the lighting of candles
by two students of Tifereth Is-
rael Northside Center, Marshall
and Owen Glantz.
Cantor Abraham Seif. of Knes-
eth Israel Congregation, will sing
Chanuka selection.
In charge of information is
Jerome Schulman.
Beach Attorneys
To Hold Ail-Doy
Legal Institute
An
be conduct I i,v tn *
h B
i Pral ;
tutes Cow ,
Bar, on De. mber vx\ 'fH
Delano H n' at
Pr,':'''-" realm*
erty law wi] ._**
One of the principal spead
will be Thomas H. aA
whose topic is schedoled 3
Problems Under The Mechantf
Lien Law. Anderson, whoj3
erly held the office of Assis
County Solicit,,.- here, i, ZT.
enUy oity attorney for W
Shores Village and the towS
Miami Springs.
Dr. George J. Miller, 0f J
University of Florida Collewi
Law, will address the group.
The Florida Homestead Law Z
It Affects Real Property.
Examination Of Abstracts r|
be the topic discussed by Pf
Game, past president of the B
Association of Tampa and HiUV-'
borough County.
ViddiNlier Fornm
Mark* (kanaka
The YlVO-sponsored Yiddisher
Forum will celebrate the Festival
of Chanuka at its weekly gather-
ing on Saturday evening, 8:31
p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation.
Marim Kurman will discuss tin!
importance of the Festival jjj
Lights during the past and pra^
ent.
Also appearing will be Cant*
Abraham Seif in traditiwl
songs and Beryl Morrison ai
Max Astor in literary readiaeV
Form It, th El
Men*a Club
Announcement came early tin
week of the formation of daj
Beth El Congregation Men's Cl*.
The -group will meet for ill:
inaugural meeting on Thursday,
December 18th, 8 p.m., at uu,
Dora August Memorial Hall.
Appearing on the program m
be Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, BethB
spiritual leader who will |W|
a book review, and Cantor Ab-
raham Seif "and Joseph Schreib*
man in musical selections.
Latkes will be served.
Hialeah Teen Agers
Pick Group Officers
Recently elected officers of the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center Teenagers
are:
Jack Becker, president; Ronald
Askitz, vice president: Carol Mil-
ler, secretary-treasurer; and
Steve Knepler and Hope Stein,
publicity.
Change Of Hour
Jacob Schacter, director of the
Jewish Radio Hour heard three
J* weekly over station
WMBM, announces a change in
time to 11:15 a.m.. on Wednes-
day and Friday. The Sunday
Program will be heard as usual
from 2 to 3 p.m.
Men's Club To
Mark Festival
On Thursday evening, Dwea-
her- 18th, at 8:30 p.m.. the Mert
Ck'b of Beth El Congregate
will have a Chanuka Social GflJ
Together in the Dora Augw
Auditorium.
A musical program of ri"
liturgical music will be present*
ed. Feature address will be II
Dr. S. T. Swirsky who will j
cuss Howard Fast's novel: If
Glorious Brothers. 1
A Twenty Questions Game, re-
lating to Chanuka, will follow.
Beaeh Mixrarhi
Latke Party lM
The Annual Latke Parly of J*
Miami Beach Mizrachi Womeoi
Organization will be held J
Wednesday, December Mb. ;
p.m.. in the Social Hall of Be"
Jacob Congregation. .
The program of en.erta mm*
will be headed by Mr. J*-
Fine, soloist. mjM
Guest speaker will **
Moses Mescheloff. P*"nifa|
the Greater Miami "^
Association. The Rabta
speak on Women In Israel-
Womi7wrMUen To APP**
At Bacb Auditorium T|
Appearing a. <>-f^ '
Auditorium Saturda> |0,
Raphael Halpem. c ^
wrestler of Israel, who wi -
Prince Omar, of Pcrs'*, ^
the bill will be M.ldr^
champion woman wresu
lenged by Dot Dotsoi


3AY, DECEMBER 12. 19S2
:al Leaders Will Attend UJA Confab
New York City This Weekend
*Jewist,nMrA4i~.r
munity representatives will make
ava.lable cash proceeds on TocaJ
campaigns towards the UJA's na-
tional 100-day goal of $35,000,000
to provide immediate
rael. Of this goal,
$20,000,000 has
raised.
aid to Is-
more than
already been
line
|prs
do
Harfenist Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jack
Harfenist. formerly of 1345 Drex-
el Avenue, will take place Sun-
day, December 14th, 11 a.m at
Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating He
is survived by his wife, Anna;
two sons, Harry and Sydney
also three brothers, Jose, Manny
and Isidor, all of Miami Beach.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany; friends and relatives
asked to attend.
are
EW YORK More than 1,200
ers of Jewish communities
i coast to coast will meet in
York this weekend to form-
, the United Jewish Appeal's
nationwide campaign and
rican Jewry's responsibility
nectint! the settlement, wel-
and rehabilitation needs of
. th;m 1.000,000 Jews in Is-
Eun>pe, the Moslem world
the United States.
Greater Miami Jewish
will participate. They
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
htm:m. Mrs. Louis Glasser,
ard Kane, Morris Klass, Rab-
fving Lehrman, Jacob Sher
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
three-day Conference, in
g the stage for the United
ish Appeal's 15th successive
owide campaign, will con-
in detail the bugetary re-
ements of the UJA's constitu-
agencies the United Israel
al, Joint Distribution Com-
e and United Service for
Americans and will vote
tion of a campaign goal for
intf year.
iong the noted American, Is- |
and world leaders who will
e. ferenee on the needs of hun-
ls of thousands of distressed
s in Israel, Europe and Mos-
lands will be:
b;i S Eban, Israel Ambassa-
o the United States; Dr. Na-
Goldmann, chairman of the
;h Agency and initiator of
G Israel reparations
(iations; Dr. George Joseph-
ol Jerusalem, Israel's chief
gate to the German-Israel'
talks and treasurer i Bcmgelsdorf Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
Bangelsdorf, formerly of 1154 sw
19th Avenue, took place Sunday,
December 7th, at Mt. Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery. Mr.
Bangelsdorf is survived by his
wife Rebecca, and a son, Harry,
of Binghampton. New York.
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany was in charge of arrange-
ments.
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Obituaries
MAX
70, .,i 24) Nw
I llUI Hill, V A
pant !- >,.,,-.
SYil'HKIN
to Street, .lied on
renldenl here f,- tnl.
RAPHAEL BLOOM
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"" Oawhter, .....,ily: n
... Kemalns were sent to
mSLSSA .'!:'.V,''!',",t ">' "" Beach
"I .'.T<7
Thursda
urvlved
Louie; i
grandchildren.
emoi lal
Van Damn Unveiling
Trfe dedication of a monument
I to the memory of the late Joseph
Van Damn, formerly of 338 NE 21
Street, will take place Sunday,
December 14th, 2 p.m., at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Jos-
eph Narot officiating. Survivors
include his wife. Pauline; two
sons, George and Harold: a
daughter Reba Gardner: two
brothers, Harry and Mack; and
one sister, Annie Porter. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
D it's Miami Monument Com-
pany; lriends and relatives are
asked t.> attend.
BETTY KEPKB
|wetebewr1th2ngjt.rJn,'T,M Ub.....
Hlnal Cemetery.
ii'-nt mi Mount
toea and interment
I-moral Home.
Gordon
BESSIE HI liKNXTKIX
69. nf I mi i N\v )U, street, died on
December Ith, in a local boapltal.
sue is Burvlved by her husband. Bse;
nn. son, Harry; and three alaters,
Mrs. Moilie kushner, Mrs .lean Sher-
man and Mrs. NathUe Sulmi man. Ser-
vtaea were on Sunday at "The Mi-
ami liiversid..". will, Interment
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
.I,
HAKi.l.l) DAVID ARLEN
m, or ims u-nnx Avenue, died on
December IU>. He is survived by
"' Miriam: daughter, I.Milan';
an. three brother*, Beymour, Aaron
and aim,in-. Services were al the
Memorial Chapel, with Rabbi
Abraham Caaael officiating. Inter-
ment waa on Mount Nebo Cemeti
..SAMUEL FIUDKIN
of imi:, nk 2nd Avenue, died on
"'......''",". I" a local hospital.
ui vi vert b) his wife, Ma vni,
daughter, .Mica. i brothers.
I Robert; one sister. Mrs.
is I
H
one
Leo
lleenl
LOUIS BENDER
M. of 9:in Euclid Avenue, died on
December Tth. lie is survived by
ins wife. Famnle; two aona, Benjamin
and Max; and one daughter, Mrs.
Florence Moaen Remains were shtp-
l"'11 to Boston, Massachusetts, for
services and Interment by the Beach
Memorial Chapel
Lv'i'n""1- an Ti mi S',,VI,"'S wf o" Friday at
The Miami Riverside", with Inter-
ment on Mount Mnai Cemetery.
SAM 8ALKOVITZ
.... of 1741 BW IStb Street, died on
I'.iemhei 2nd, in 11 local hospital. He
Is .-in vim.,1 by his wife. I'auline; three
ions. Edward. Arthur and Harvey;
one brother, Saul; and 11 sister. Mrs
I'auline Schwelllnc. Servi.es were on
Friday at 'The Miami Itiverside",
with Interment ,,n Mount Sinai Ceme-
tery,
ABE CCTLER
, of 1012 SW tsth Street, died In a
loeal hoxpital. He Is survived In his
wife, Hannah; and one son, Irwln.
Servo-es were at the Beach Memorial
< Impel, with Rahbi Mai Shapiro of-
ficial ing. interment was on Mount
Sinai Ce
..emetery.
PLORENCE BARKIN
64, "f 1321 SW 24th Street, died here.
A resident for the past six years, she
la survived by her husband, Manuel;
a sun. Lloyd; ami two daughters, Lu-
cille and flattie, Remalna were sent
to Cleveland, Ohio, lor services and
Interment by the Uordon funeral
Home.
he Jewish Agency; Edward
|.M. Warburg, general chair-
of the United Jewish Ap-
; and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
itiye vice chairman
recently returned from. Is-
where he held high-level
i with top government of fie -
tie delegates, in considering
lements on the 1953 budgetary
pirements of the UJA's agen-
will hear from Ellis Radin-
executive director of the
N Israel Appeal; Moses A.
vitt, executive vice chairman
>he Joint Distribution Com-
and Arthur Greenleigh,
utive director of the United
?ice for New Americans.
panel of experts will also be
pand to elaborate on the re-
1 to be presented to the con-
's.
* D. Weiler, National Cash
|rman ol the UJA, will pre-
1 at the concluding session of
Conference at which com-
(JILBERT UORDON
I, of 833 ith Street, .li.-.l in the
'rail (Jeneral Hospital on December
Brd. A resldenl here for the pasl :ii1
years, he Is survived b) his wife,
Ethyl; three brothers, Harry, Robert
and Martin; and one sister, Mrs. Jen-
nie Schuerer. a veteran ol World
Wars 1 and 11. services were on De-
cember 5th, for him al the Miami
Retch Elks Lodge, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating. Interment was
on Mount Nebo Cemetery. Miami
Beach Riverside Chapel was in charge
<>i arrangements.
i-h
shinffton Federal
ns Monday
e than 3,500 visitors in-
led the new structure of the
Jington Federal Savings and
Association of Miami
which opened Monday
day-long Open House
fy. free refreshments and
1 to all.
closing time at 9 p.m., el-
2,000 charter savers had
W accounts at the Aasocia-
'1e first financial institu-
*n headquarters south of
Road
Peretz School To
Present Students
At Banquet
The Workmen's Circle Y. L.
Peretz School of Miami Beach
will celebrate Chanuka with a
special banquet on Sunday, De-
cember 14th, 6 p.m., at the Ly-
ceum, 25 Washington Avenue.
A choir of 45 children will ren-
der a selection of appropriate
Yiddish songs. Pupils of the 7th
grade will recite poetry, and high
school students will perform
humorous play by Sholom
chem.
Participants are
ser, Chaim Davis,
and Leah Zebits.
has been arranged by the princi-
pal, Louis Lasavin, and Mrs.
Chana Lasavin.
David Naimark Sedlet z k y,
Jewish writer and journalist, will
be guest of honor at the function.
The banquet will be prepared
by the Women's Club of Branch \
No 692. The School Board will act
as host and hostess at the affair.
.1. iSKI'll MITTHLMAN
6i. of 8021 Aids.1 am mi,, .lied on De-
cember 4th. He is survived hy hi.s
Wife, Molly; and two sons, Alaii and
Klkii, Remains were sent to Scran-
Ion. Pennsylvania, for services and
interment hy the Miami Beach River-
side.
JOSEPH W. KRAU8E
7. of :(1" Collins Avenue, died on
December 6th. A winter resident here
for the iast 20 years, he is survived
by his wife, Lgura; one daughter,
Oladys; one son. Gene; and two broth-
ers, David and I.e. He also leaves
one sister. Mrs. Jenny Strom. Re-
mains were sent to New York City
for services and interment by the
Miami Beach Riverside.
NETTIE KlirilEli
41, of 146 Jefferson Avenue, died .
December nth. A resident here forl
the past four years, she Is survived
hy her husband, Milton, and two sons,
liwin and Carry. Remains were sent
to Brooklyn, New rork, for services
an.1 Interment by the Beach Memorial
Chapel.
a
Alei-
Blume Brau-
Norma Klein,
The program
HARRY RITTKR
'it. of 1421 Collins Avenue, died on
December 6th. In a Miami hospital
A resident here for the past eight
years, he is survived by his father,
Morris; three brothers, David, Phil-
lip and Charles, and one sister. Mrs.
I., na dross. Remains were sent to
Springfield. Massachusetts, for serv-
ices and Interment by the Miami
Beach Riverside.
Viihlish Mum
Will Opon At
Cameo Theater
After last year's successful j
winter season here, Leon Schach- I
ter returns on Wednesday, De-:
cember 17th, with a new group
of Yiddish vaudeville perform-
ers to the Cameo Theater, Miami '
Beach.
There will be a completely j
new stage presentation each
week, plus the regular screen
attraction, Schachter said.
All well known, members of
the cast include Jack Rechtzeit,
Annie Lubin, Gitel Stein, Flor-
ence Weiss, Jacob Zanger and
Schachter, director.
Irvin Pietrack, Miami music-
ian, will appear with his orch-
estra to accompany the per-
formers.
The group has travelled
throughout the United States and
Canada. Director Schacter owns
a distinguished record of having
put some 200 Yiddish plays on
the stage during his career.
The performers will appear in
France and Belgium this sum-
MICKET BERNSTEIN
U, of 521 SW th Court, died on
Monday A leukemia victim, he is
survived by his parents. Mr. and
lira. Irving Bernstein; a brother, ,u-
len; and sister, Linda. Services
a/ere in lb* Gordon Funeral Home.
with Interment on Mount Nebo Ceme-
tei 1.
FANNIE fJREENWA LD
69. of 8890 NW 6th Street, died on
December 2th. She is survived by
her husband. Sander; four sons, Lou-
is. Jack, Robert and Arthur: -,i\
daughters. Mrs. (lertrude Hammer,
Mrs. Klsle Jacobson, Mrs Rhoda Jack-
obson. Miss Dorothy and Miss Helen;
and Mrs. Lillian Mariell; two broth-
ers. Abe and Simon; and three sis-
ters. Mrs. Bertha Alkon, Mrs. Dora
Poiarl and Mrs. Anna Lassman. Serv-
ices w. 1.....1 Tuesday at "The Miami
Riverside", with Interment on Mount
Nebo Cemetery. _____
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Continued from Page 1 A
Isaac Ben Zvi Is
Israel's President
ok 15, Dr. Gruenbaum 17, and
Dr. Peretz Bernstein the lead-
er of the General Zionists 18
votes. Twelve ballots were blank
in each of these two counts.
Following the announcement of
Mr. Ben Zvi's elections, Jacob
Hazan, leader of the left-wing
Mapam Party, told Parliament
that his party had switched on
the third ballot to Mr. Ben Zvi
in order "to defeat the combina-
tion of Fascists and Clerics who
supported Rabbi Nuiok." This
declaration provoked an uproar
among the deputies. The Com-
munists also made a declaration
revealing that they had voted
for Dr. Gruenbaum.
President-elect Ben Zvi was
born in Poltava, Ukraine, 68
years ago. A Zionist from early
youth, he visited Palestine in
1904. On his return to Russia,
he became one of the founders
of the Zionist Labor movement
there.
in 1907, he settled in Pales-
tine, where he soon established
himself as one of the outstand-
ing personalities among the pion-
eers, together with David Ben-
Gurion, Israel's current Premier.
In 1912, Mr. Ben Zvi went to
Constantinopole to study law and
returned to Palestine two years
later. However, he was banished
forever" from the country and
in 1916. came to the United
States where, together with Mr.
Ben-Gurion, he recruited volun-
teers for the Jewish Legion, re-
turning with them to fight in the
British Army which conquered
Palestine, then ruled by the
Turks.
During the period when Pales-
tine was under British Mandate,
Mr. Ben Zvi served for about 20
years as a member of the Mu-
nicipal Council of Jerusalem. He
was head of the Jewish National
Council of Palestine since 1931,
and appeared as one of the chief
representatives of the Jews in
Palestine before various British
and international commissions
dealing with the Palestine prob-
lem. He is an outstanding schol-
ar with special interest in Ori-
ental Jewish studies.
LEGAL NOTICE
Leon Schachter
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All Occasions
Stationery Nap-
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Plain "i
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Paper Table Coven
and Towels
Gift Wrapping and
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 155120
-MII.ton KANTROW, Plaintiff,
Va,
OL'SSIE KANTROW, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; lil'SSIK KANTROW
r/o Philip Safran
::!:! I'.edinnl Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Dtvorre has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of vour Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the iflaintiff'x Attorneys,
MYKRy, H RIM AX & KAPLAN, S'.O
Se.vbnld HulldiiiR. Miami .'12. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 9th
day of January. 1953. If vou fail to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint. I
This notice shall be published once
each 'week for four consecutive weeks
In THR JEWISH FI.OHIDIAN
DONE AND .ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of December,
AD. 1958.
E. II. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Eh \VM. \V STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
MTERS, HKIMAN ,v KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
li.n Seybold Building;
Miami. Florida
1Z/12-1I-M 1 :>
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WILL MAP 1953 DRIVE
Use four oustanding Jewish leaders will be among the per-
aalities who will report to the United Jewish Appeal's An-
al National Conference this week-end at the Waldorf-Astor-
| Hotel in New York. The three-day Conference, which will
: the stage for UJA's 15th Annual Nationwide Campaign to
hundreds of thousands of Jews in need in Israel. Europe,
slem lands and the United States, will hear from (upper
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency,
I Dr. George Josephthal, of Jerusalem, treasurer of the Jew-
Agency. Lower left are Edward M. M. Warburg, general
aan of the UJA, and Dr Joseph J. Schwartz, UJA execu-
te vice chairman who returned recently from Jerusalem
sere he held high-level talks with Prime Minister David
kn-Gurion. The Conference will vote a 1953 campaign goal
pd elect national officers for next year's drive.
fakleff New Israel Army Chief
TEL AVIV (WNS)Major General Mordecai Makleff this week
keeded Major General Yigdal Yadin as Chief of the Army Gen-
ii Staff as a result of Yadin's retirement. General Makleff, who is
ly 33, and has been General Yadin's depuy since 1949, was born
[this country and served in the underground Haganah after the
Aiob disturbances.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1952
SEC. B
Mount Sinai Increases Activities, Says
Orovitz; Scope Here Doubles, Triples
The scope of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital's services to-the community
has in many cases been doubled
and in some instances tripled
since its found-
ing three years
ago, it was re-
ported by Max
Orovitz, hospit-
al president, up-
on the occasion
of Mount Sinai's
third anniver-
sary.
Almost 6,000
visits have been
made to Mount
Sinai's Out Pa-
tient TleDartment
Orovitz
larging of Mount Sinai's emer-
gency area, Blood Bank and Out
Patient Department, three vital
changes to answer community
demands.
As a teaching center. Mount Si-
nai made medical history in the
South when the first of a series
of delicate heart operations was
performed there giving further
training to physicians specializ-
ing in cardiac surgery. Orovitz
pointed out that there are now
10 interns and 5 residents on its
medical staff who are being
trained under the hospital's ap-
proved intern training program.
Hialeah Luncheon
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Cen-
ter will sponsor a luncheon and
card party on Wednesday, De-
cember 17th. at 12 noon. In charge
of reservations is Sarah Asko-
witz.
Residencies have recently been
in the past | approved in two specialties by
year, three times the number of the American Medical Associa-
Lunic visits made in 1950, Oro- tion and three additional have
vitz reported, "attesting to the been requested,
need for the constant extension With the grant of $5,000 from
of our medical services to the the Leon Lowenstein Foundation,
community." | Mount Sinai was able to start
Laboratory examinations have'lts first research project this
increased from 41,587 the first year, a most important phase of
year to close to 80,000 in 1952, j the hospital's work today, Oro-
while x-ray examinations and jvitz noted. "Our animal labora-
treatments went from 6,604 to j torv 's now a reality, and with
over 13,000, according to Oro- i tne securing of additional grants,
vitz's message. I we hope to extend our research
The past year also saw the en- I program even more."
Veterans To Fete
Lights Festival
Veterans will participate in
Pratt General Hospital's Third
Annual Chanuka Party on Sun-
day, December 14th, at 7 p.m.
Ambulatory patients will be
welcomed by Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, spiritual leader of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center and Hos-
pital Chaplain, Chaplain James
A. Boston and F. Baldwin, of spe-
cial services.
The two-hour show is under the
auspices of the Jewish War Vet-
erans and Auxiliaries, B'nai
B'rith Lodges and Auxiliaries,
National Jewish Welfare Board,
Coral Gables Jewish Center Sis-
terhood and West Miami Jewish
Center.
Rabbi Skop will interpret the
Chanuka Festival. Cantor Irving
Robinson will light the seven-
foot Menorah.
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FRIDAY. Dl
nivs Right To Protest Agreement
MUNICH (WNS>On a radio broadcast this week. Dr. Otto
Kuester, former deputy chairman ol the German delegation to The
Hague reparations negotiations, declared that the Arab states had
no right to protest the German-Israeli reparations agreement, since
the agreement was not a matter of paying compensation but one of
demonstrating goodwill and offering Israel satisfaction" for the
wrongs done to Jews. Dr. Kuester declared that the German people
had been "badly informed on the true asoects of the agreement
with Israel." This situation, he warned, held the danger of anti-
Semitism.
^OER
l< oihmiih Situation >lm-li Improved
r'EW YORK (WNS)The economic situation in Israel has'
lately become much improved. Benjamin G. Browdy. former presi-
lent of the Zionist Organization of America, declared on his return]
from a visit to the Jewish state. There is a greater optimism among I
people that better times are ahead, he stated. Mr. Browdy an-!
nounced that he had opened a watch factory in Ra.-r.ath (.'...n fni
the purpose of exporting watches and earning doflars for Israel
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rge Regimes With Ap|n-]T^"
W YORK (WNS)-Leaderi of major Am,n
;amziiiions declared in a statement issued he Jewil
rial just concluded in Czechoslovakia incontrovert m" the
he Communist-dominated regimes of Eastern v.. y reve>l
the Communist-dominated regimes of Eastern Fu rveaJ 1
to the stimulation of anti-Semitism "as a pion1* h*Ve N
justifying and defending their regimes and as a da dvi(
their enslaved peoples from the contemplation nfTif"* di*
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^f^Btydd
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
open his 16th Annual Series
of Friday night services on
December 12th. 8:30 p.m., at
Congregation Beth Jacob, 331
Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach. Pure Oil will be the
subject of the Rabbi's open-
ing lecture. He will discuss
the struggle of the Jewish
people for the maintenance
of pure faith under different
circumstances and the inter-
cultural problems which
must be solved In a democ-
racy. Cantor Aaron Wein-
garten will chant Chanuka
melodies and will lead in the
Congregational singing.
Form Industrial Service
A Miami Industrial Assistance,
Service ii now in the process of
organization, according to Irving
Solom m. founder.
Sponsors of the new industrial
development service arc City
Commissioner William Wolfarth.
Judge William L. Pallot and
Cheater M Wright, Si I
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^y( DECEMBER 12, 1952
*Jcwisti rkjridttcui
(tor Kusevitsky To Appear In Jewish
[tonal Fund Tribute For Dr. Weizmann
Moshe Kusevitsky will appear on a Memorial Tribute
,,, to the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann on Sundav evening, De-
E. 28th. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Li. uncement of the world renowned Cantor's appearance here
Cade this week by Leon J. Ell, chairman of the Arrangements
Lttee. Greater Miami Jewish National Fund, under whose
Les the program is being
ted.
kjmmittee of Sponsors is'
ftly being formed to inaug-
I is part in the Yaar
|__ the Weizmann Forest j
jNF will soon plant in
as a tribute to the first
|ent of the Jewish State,
|d. The JNF is also under-
to finance the Weizmann
rial Development in Re-
he explained.
Idel Fisher, national exec-
director of the Jewish Na-
Fund. will outline these
|to the Sponsors Committee
dinner scheduled for the
|H.tt 1 on December 28th.
ng Ell in this two-fold JNF
are Daniel Broad, Isi-
I Goldberg, Rabbi Irving
ban, Fred Jonas, Mrs. Irwin
Rein. Saul Askenazy, Mrs.
Jaffer, Sidney Sachs and
ents of the Mizrachi Wom-
)rganization Chapters of
rr Miami,
cf the Memorial Tribute,
Kusevitsky, succeeded
Sirota, of Warsaw, at the
28, having been selected
among 200 candidates
bhcut the world who came
Hand to audition for the
[in 1930, he made his re-
debut at the Salle Gaveau
ris, France, and thereafter
(d in Brussels, Antwerp
the British Isles.
! recently. Cantor Kusevit-
ir.g before capacity audi-
throughout the United
and Canada. His tours
culminated by a concert
>'. rnegie Hall, New York,
ar.
PAGE 3B
Solomon Concert
IChanuka Concert will be-
by the Haym Solomon
i Children Schools on Sun-
\- nber 14th, 2 p.m., at
en x Avenue, Miami Beach.
Beach Jaycees
JLead Children's
Shopping Tour
The Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce is spon-
soring a project known as The
Christmas Shopping Tour which
will raise money for underpriv-
ileged children in the Dade
County area and which gives pri-
mary consideration to orphans.
The Junior Chamber will then
take the children shopping, so
they may buy things for them-
selves or gifts for whomever they
please.
This project is sponsored na-
tionally by the United States
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
The children consist of physical-
ly handicapped, dependent and
delinquent youngsters through-
out the county.
Members of the new Jewish Youth Division, Bonds of Israel
Government Campaign here, hang the posters for BIG Day
as their first project. Joe Lewis (left), looks on with approval
as Elain Suchman and Suzanne Covan use the Pickin' Chick-
en Restaurant wall as their first stop.
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
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Phone 9-8411
Beach Center PTA
Institutes Chanuka
Workshop Here
Mis. Theodore Hankoff, presi-
dent of the Parent-Teacher As-
sociation of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, announces the
setting up of a Chanuka Work-
shop last Tuesday.
The Workshop is planned for
parents of pupils attending the
Center Religious School who re-
ceived orientation on the forth-
coming festival of Chanuka
through a series of "learning by
doing" sessions on the following
subjects:
The Significance And Story Of
Chanuka, How To Decorate The
Home For Chanuka, How To Pre-
pare Special Foods And Goodies,
Games And Songs For The Holi-
day, How To Make The Holiday
A Red Letter One For Young-
sters and Arts And Crafts For
Chanuka.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, chairman
of the Workshop, announced the
following demonstrators who took
part in the program: Party
Foods, Mrs. Samuel Lurie and
Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz; Home
Decorations Contest, Mrs. Raph-
ael Yunes; Gift Wrapping, Mrs.
Irving Firtel; Favors, Mrs. Henry
Hillman and Mrs. Ira Levy; Arts
and Crafts, Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Luncheon chairman was Mrs.
Harry Brick. Table decorations
were headed by Mrs. Silvio
Sermoneta. Mrs. Henry Waitzkin
was in charge of arrangements,
with Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz
taking reservations. The pro-
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CJA Announces Top Level
Leaders To 1953 Campaign^
Howard Kane chairman oi the
3 Combined Jewish Appeal,
early this week announced ap-
ointments of tup officers in the
mpaign organization.
Aaron M. Kanner, Miamj at-
I 'imy. was named to w iw as ad-
linistrative coordinator u> the
ihairman. Heading the Trades Di-
vision will be Sam Heiman, and
chairman of Initial Gifts will be
r will be i hairman
,u the Trades Division encom-
passing i ight groups in tl
Gn tl r Miami area. Heiman Is a
membei ><: Federation's B
i i has served for aav
ii i years as a group leader in'
the Trades Division for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Jacob Shear will head the Ini-'
tial Gifts Unit for the third time
during his long record of service

FRIDAY,
12.
< .
Jacob Sher
Hollywood BBYO
Jacob Sher. Abe Kurman will di-
rect the activities of the Flying
.Squadron.
Kanner will function as a lial-
"ii office) between Campaign,
Chairman Kane and the working Bjg p)
of the Appeal He serv- YlPWS LUSfOITIS
d as co-chairman of the Trades *,ww "!
Division during last year's drive Should The Jewish Laws And
i-nd is expected to announce ex- Customs Be Revised To Fit The
Aaron Kanner
a network of soliciting teams to
more than 45 trades, indus- |
and professions in the Dade'
County aiea. Kanner is a vice
: Ii nt ui the Greater Miami
i J. wi.-h Federation and a member
oi the Federation's Board of
G vi rnors. }{< also serves on the
Board of Temple Israel, the
tei Miami Jewish Center and
the Jewish Horn.' foi the Aged.
A trustee on the Board of
Mount Sinai Hospital, Kanner has
been active for many years in
civic and philanthropic projects, j wjth ,hc Combined Jewish Ap.
Sam Heiman, cleaning store ^ Kane said sher headed the
Abe Kurman
panded plans for emphasis on
greater trades coverage than
heretofore.
Tunes, was the topic of discus-
sion at a B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization Town Meeting held at
Effort.- will be^made to set "P| the Hollywood Jewish Commun- |
i itv Center last week.
Ur eater Miami
Seetion Honor*
\ew Ameriean*
The Greater Miami election of
record breaking 1944 campaign in
this area and served as Federa-
tion president for two terms in
1947 and 1948.
He is a member of the Board
of Beth David Congregation and
was recently instrumental in
leading the fund campaign for
construction of its Religious
School.
The Initial Gilts Unit has been
at work for several weeks organ-
', izing the kick-off function for the
Sam Heiman
direct the Combined Jewish Ap-
peals Flying Squadron.
The streamlined group is com-
prised of seasoned campaigners
who volunteer to cover unusual
prospects in all divisions, the CJA
chairman explained. Kurman is
a member of the Federation's
Board of Governors, has served
for many years with the Cam-
paign Advisory Council and, in
addition to accepting the post of will be affiliated with the
Pioneer
m Club Delegates
Pledge New Sdi
."3
r'v uSaTf
Canada gathered duri,
ninths of October ^
b to render their al
achievements t date *
Plans for further workl
ies of nine regional conk
Major steps ,orward
eer Women's ,-ole and .
will emerge from these-
The regional eonie.enca1
held in centrally.^Jj
within the nine geograpw]
making up the specific^
districts. Each group ,'
a program which inch,
acceptance of specific L
projects in the new youft,
and agricultural school,!
Mrs. Clara Leff,
president of the Pioneer'
of America and Canada..
just returned from isrJ]
ticipated in most of the i
ences.
Pioneer Women of L__
are part of the Southeaste
ion, hearti Mrs. Left's i
report on her recent
in conjunct] m with the
the Region, pledged to I
Mechanical School Buildi
the cost of $35,000.
institution.
Participating in the si)
the pledge was Mrs.
Flying Squadron chairman, he
will also serve as co chairman of
the Hotel Unit this year. .,. -*.
"In 1951 and 1952. Kurman I Prident of the Pioneer W,
chalked up a remarkable record'(
of achievement in this division to-
gether with Jack Muravchick and
Harry Koretzky, prominent hotel
executive," Kane declared in his
announcement here.
On the affirmative side were, J!" ,camPa,*n' Kane said, and
l.th Boren cultural rh-irm I !xpects l Cl,max lts efforls at *
Edith Boren, cultural chairman,
Dinner Rally set for January
and Gerr, Lee Smith. B'nai B'rith | % J
Girls chairman. Taking the neg-' l J? Saxony HU'1'
ative view were Richard Axinn, Sher wi" announce co-chair-
Beth El Synagogue
Mrs. Donald Rubin and Mrs.
Sidney Lewis are co-chairmen,
with Mrs. Reuben Rochkind.
Samuel Gertman, David Harris
and Ethel Goldstein on the com- Thursday at 8:30 p.m. Vic Glaser
I is membership chairman.
announce
men of his unit and committee
members within the next ten
days.
Abe Kurman, president of the
Jewish Home for the Aged and
former vice chairman of the Ho-
Religious chairman, and Bill
the National Council of Jewish j Mars' vice president. Bob Leuth-
Women will have a Chanuka oldl President, acted as moder-
Dance honoring members and Iator
-laduaU-s of their English classes' A Chanuka Party will be held
for New Americans on Saturday. I for the group Saturday evening former vice chairman of the Ho-
December 13th, 8:30 p.m., at the December 20th. at the home of tel U"'t .n the Appeal, will again
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baum. 1834
Washington Street. Sandra Col-
lier, social chairman, and Axinn
are in charge of arrangements.
BBYO meetings are held on
The CJA drive is scheduled to
begin by mid-January. Plans
have been made for numerous
brunches and dinner meetings
during the month. Internationally
famous speakers and entertainers
will appear at these major affairs
to tell the story of Jewry's great
need in 1953. and of the globe-
girdling program in the field of
relief, rehabilitation and resettle-
ment carried out by the United
Jewish Appeal through the Joint
Distribution Committee, the
United Israel Appeal and the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
raises funds annually in the
Greater Miami area for the sup-
port of seven local institutions
and a host of Israeli, overseas and
national agencies.
ers signing were presides*]
chairmen of Moetzet Hop
the following clubs:
The Mesdames S-
H. Seitlin. Club No. I;Q
and L. Mintzes, Club Nil
Seltzer and S. Shapoff,
Myerson; and T. Sandieri
Shkoler, Kadimah Chapter!
Dov Chapter Han
Joint Affair
Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Wom-
en, will hold a Chanuka Party
and Membership on Wednesday,
December 17th, 1 p.m., at the
home of Mrs. Morris Zimmerman,
1854 SW 23rd Terrace.
Flagler Plans
GM JCC Al
Activities Here]
The Senior Friendship CM
the Flaglei -Granada JewishC
munity Center will hold 11
nuka Party on Sunday. Dee"
14th, 8:30 p.m., at the Ca
Benjamin Jonas is chaii
the group.
A Winter Vacation ProfJ
children of Public Schooli
be conducted at the Cent
December 22nd through i
2nd, it was announced by 1
L. Shamis, area supervir
The program will ber
each week-day from 1
and will include outings(
don Park and Matheson
mock, trips to various pi
interest in Greater Miami
track and field events, dn
and games.
A Chanuka Party wn
ate the program on
Monday.
Hostesses are the Mesdames cember 22nd. The part*
-.i-'t... c- ...1 n __I. vJ.:. ...:_*._ .....1 mncir WlU *
Celia Wilner, Sarah Feidel and
Sarah Breliant. Mrs. Rose Pertes
is president.
outings and music
ducted jointly with the
Branch of the Greater ,
Jewish ConimunityCentBjJ
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Brief ceremonies recently marked
the laying of the cornerstone for a new $65,000 Hillel House of
B'nai B'rith now under construction near the University of
Florida Campus. State chairman of the Hillel Fund. Louis
Ossinnky, Sr. (left), is shown here at the scene of the activity
with Professor Samuel Proctor (center). University historian
and member of a local committee on arrangements, and Rab-
bi Jerome Kestenbaum, interim director of the Hillel House.
Mrs. Brown To
Head Pythians
Officers for the forthcoming
term were elected at the last
meeting of Roosevelt Temple No
33. Pythian Sisters.
Mrs. Arthur Brown will pre-
side as Most-Excellent-Chief, and
n rS. 7lW1S Brooks wil1 be Sitting i Martha Sachs. Gertrude Indgin.
"ast Chief.
Other officers are as follows:
Excellent Senior. Mrs. Manual
Rudes; Excellent Junior. Mrs. Al
Wiseman: Manager. Mrs. Nat
Sanders; Protector. Mrs. Arthur
Robinson: Outer Guard. Mrs. Ben
Donneistein; Treasurer. Mrs. Irv-
ing ataman; Secretary, Mrs
Harry Baron; Pianist, Mrs Ham
Stern: '
Trustees. Mrs. Al Chaykin and
Mrs. Murray Friedberg; Captain
of Degree Staff. Mrs. Gerald
Brass; Press Correspondent, Mrs
Bernard Welkind; and Installing
Officer, Mrs Morris Cotzin.
Format installation will be held
on January 3, 1953.
schNedXu\enornLtmhbergr,2th I A "hm* w WISX
P.m.. at 500 SW nth Avenue' Cloveland Indian Baseball Team, with students wn (
when the Grand Chief of the I You,h Breakfast Service of the Miami Beacn, i .
State of Florida, Mrs. Lucy An-1 ter last Sunday morning. Shown with Rosen <** y,
derson. will pay an official visit Mt> are (left to right) Ellen Walsey. member|C*
will 4 under ,KEnHertain,pent *"**** Planning Committee; Rabbi Irving Lehn^ ,
rs. Sirley LvS ""^ f S"1 ^^ ol ^nter; and Paul W. "**
m^^^m Planning Committee.
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)AY, DECEMBER 12. 1952
[th David Will Dedicate Kew Religious
hool; Educators To Speak On Sunday
Luxation of the new Beth tion; Benjamin Mpvp.c :J_
*Jeisti fk,,Utr
PAGE 5 B
Citation of the new Beth tion; Benjamin Meyers, president
ld Religious School and Cha- of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
2625 SW 3rd Avenue, Mi- tion; Bernard A Sterling nresi
Wjl] take place on Sunday dent of the Congregation Dr la
ning, December 14th, at 10
h,e ceremony will include out-
Ling educational leaders of
community. Dr. H. Franklin
Jliams. vice president alW Dean
he Faculty at the University
iami, and W. R. Thomas,
cnntcndent-elect of schools.
Be County, will be guest speak-
labbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
|jer of the Congregation since
will deliver the main ad-
he program will include Df.
ob H- Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritis
femple Israel and president of
Florida Rabbinical Associa-
|h. Cunningham, executive di-
lor of the Florida Conference
Christians and Jews; and Louie
del. program chairman.
Jacob Sher will dedicate the
Eol building, and Moe Fein-
j will dedicate the Chapel.
tarry Gordon, president-elect
IBeth David, will accept the
mtvr PTA
\wis Monday
Bie Sisterhood of the Miami
h Jewish Center will meet
[onday afternoon, December
he eight day Chanuka observ-
f period, will be theme of the
Iting. announces Mrs. Joseph
Herman, president.
Irs. Milton Sirkin, program
Irman. has prepared a playlet
[observance of the festival
|ch will Icature the Mesdames
ki- Escort, Mrs. Samuel Gins-
E. Mrs Samuel Lipton, Mrs.
lert E Ossip and Mrs. Samuel
Mrs. Chanin Makes
Official Visit Here
! Mrs. Rose Chanin, of South
Orange, New Jersey, national
president of the Jewish War Vet-
erans Auxiliary, addressed a
joint meeting of the Miami Beach
Post No. 330 and its Auxiliary
last night at Temple Beth Sholom
This is the first time that Mrs.
Chanin made an official visit
here.
Chairmen of the affair were
Post Commander Daniel Neal
Heller and Auxiliary President
Norma Koloff.
Want Dm eh To Reimburse Jews
THE HAGUE (WNS)A demand that the Netherlands Govern-
ment make full reimbursement of 20 million guilders paid out of
Jewish assets for the construction of two Nazi concentration camps
for Jews in this country was made in the Dutch Parliament this
week by several deputies. A plan for completing all claims now in
the courts for indemnification of Jewish property and assets con-
fiscated by the Nazi during the occupation of Holland is now being
discussed by the Netherlands Ministers of Justice and Finance.
Sher Rabbi Shapiro
buildings on behalf of the mem-
bership, and Sanford Schwartz,
School Standard Bearer, will
make the acceptance on behalf
of the student body.
In commemoration of the Feast
of Lights, the students of the
Sunday School will present a dra-
matic program under the direc-
tion of Miss Sylvia Milgram.
The classrooms of the school
building will be opened for in-
spection on Sunday morning at 9
a.m. to 10 a.m.
Temple Israel Lists
Student, Men's Fetes
Tomorrow evening, at 7 p.m.,
the Saturday morning session of
the Temple Israel Religious
School will gather for a special
Chanuka Celebration in Kaplan
Hall.
The Sunday morning session of
the Religious School plans a spec-
ial assembly program to which
parents are welcome.
Wednesday evening. December
17th. will mark the third series
of the Temple Israel Bridge and
Canasta Tournament under the
direction of Mr. Jerome E. Freeh-
ling, president of the Men's Club.
Senior Juilaeans
Plan i 'onclave
One hundred fifty Senior Ju-
daeans from seven Southern
States are expected to gather at
Jacksonville Beach from Decem-
ber 25th through 29th, for their
Annual Winter Conclave.
Representatives from 30 Senior
Chapters in Florida, Georgia,
South and North Carolina, Ten-
nessee, Alabama and Mississippi
will convene for the 5-day An-
nual event. Headquarters will
be at the new Recreation Center
Building directly on the Beach.
Adult leaders expected to be
present for the Conclave include
Gilbert Rappaport, of Miami
Beach, assistant director, and
Miriam Scheinberg, Miami di-
rector.
Regional executive officers
who will attend include Eliza-
beth Simkowitz, Miami Beach,
national vice president, and Com-
mittee Chairmen Myrna Bres-
sack, Miami Beach, Israeli pro-
jects; Joe Murray, Miami Beach,
contests; and Judy Shapiro, Mi-
ami, chalutziut and Israeli cul-
ture.
lleaeh Young
Adults Plan
Social** nances
The Social Committee of the
Young Adult Group, Miami
Beach Jewish Center, announces
a Candlelight Cotillion on De-
cember 24th, and a Purim Prom
as highlights of its fund raising
dances.
There will also be Sunday
night social dances every three
weeks and several Paid Up Mem-
bership Parties.
Programs for the general meet-
ings of the Young Adult Group
are being planned by the new
program co-chairmen, Ruthe
Dixon and Burt Tumpson.
The new Membership Commit-
tee will be headed by Don Marks,
Ronald Fern and Elaine Krauss.
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for parents and friends.
A program of Chanuka songs,
recitations and Israeli dances will
be presented by students. A tour
of Yeshiva Hall will follow, dur-
ing which their creative work
will be exhibited.
Dr. S. T. Swirsky will address
the assembly on the theme: Oil
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+Je*1st>nerttf9n
Kennels Vie For
First At Biscayne
Northside Oval
The first 14 nights of racing at
Biscayne Kennel Club found two
of the country's outstanding ken-
nels deadlocked for first place
in standings.
These two, Oswald Brothers, of
California, and the Cen-Tex Ken-
nels each showed 13 wins apieoe.
The Oswald outfit had also
chalked up eight seconds and
OIW third, while Cen-Tex listed
five seconds and eight show-
spots.
Others in the top ten at the
Northside Oval were as follows:
F. B. Stutz. C. H. Lovely, R. K.
Hutchings, Sawbuck Kennels, J.
W. Ewalt. Keith Dillon. Paul
Boone and R. H. Stevenson.
C. H. Lovely's red Brindle fe-
male, however, was the current
track champion and seems des-
tined to become one of the coun-
try's all-time greats. With three
wins and a third out of four
starts, the brilliant juvenile has
FRIDAY, D
Distribute ADL Book
At Florida University
KCEMBER
Samuel C. Levenson (center! and R. William Apte (rightl
newly-named chairmen of South Florida for the Medical Col-
lege Campaign sponsored by Yeshiva University, go over
new brochure with M. C. Billig. executive director for the
South Florida Drive. Levenson and Apte also were named to
the National Executive Committee of the S25.000.000 Cam-
paign which is co-sponsored by the City of New York.
Chanuka ttrings Food IMiyhts With
Dromedary Cmkm Mixett And Oaten
shown her fleet-footed heels to I Chanuka is here, and this year.) Chocolate-Nut Roll.
Biscayne's best in recent races.; the coming of the joyous Festival
The 1951 daughter of the re-
nowned Oklahoman appears to
possess all the necessary qualifi-
cations to become a truly great
champion.
With most of the greyhounds | at thehousewife's ffnge'rtips. bak-
now schooled, the test trials,
which have been held nightly
of Lights brings a lighter, bright-
er note into the Jewish kitchen.
With Kosher Dromedary Cake
Mixes, approved by the Union of
Oithodox Jewish Congregations.
just before the official races, will
be cut to three night weekly, ac-
cording to a recent announcement
I y Presiding Judge William R.
Ml I :
Starting last week, schooling
v/U ltdu ted on Monday. Wed-
.v and Friday nights.
George tA*fvoe
Will Head
Youth Vounvil
The Youth Council of the
ter Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center. Town Branch, which
ia composed of delegates of its
Bg< gri 'lips, recent-
ly held election of officers.
Elected for a six-month term of
are: George Lefcoe, presi-
dent; Eileen Duchon. vice presi-
dent; Elaine Fabncant. recording
secretary; Beverly Kramer, cor-
nding secretary; Roberta
Tragash, treasurer, and Gene
Klein, parliamentarian.
Membership Party
A Membership Drive Party
was held by the B'nai B'rith
Women of Coral Gables last
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Sol
Rappaport. 6091 SW 11th Street.
In charge of reservations was
Mrs. E. Fishalow.
ing her family's favorite holiday
makes and cookies is as easy as
spinning a dreidel. Simply add
milk or water -and mix.
In less than four minutes from
package to pan. she can have
the oven any one of a
score of favorite recipes made
with Dromedary Mixes. As for
the restthe careful measuring,
sifting and blending Dromedary
has done it beforehand with an
exactness that assures ,i perfect
cake ( very time.
A heavenly white cake, richly
fiosted and topped with tradi-
tional Dromedary Dates, a lus-
cioua devil's food cake or aroma-
tic fruit cake can be prepared in
a matter of moments. And it's
equally easy to delight young-
sters with a batch of dreidel or
menorah cookies, adding chopped
Dromedary Dates to the batter
for a touch of wholesome, natural
tness they'll love.
For the Chanuka table, serv.
Diomedary Dates as a natural
confectionactually, the candy
that grows on trees. The world's
choicest dates, they are picked at
the very peak of delicate flavor,
then pasteurized for purity.
Both Dromedary Dates and the
full line of Dromedary Cake
Mixes are available at neighbor-
hood food stores, along with
ready-to-serve Dromedary Date-
Nut Roll. Orange-Nut Roll and
There are
eight Dromedary Mixes to enjoy,
plus a wonderful Dromedary
Fudge and Frosting Mix that
makes a rich chocolate icing for
cakes in just three minutes.
Important to note is that every
Dromadary package bears the
Kosher "U" the guarantee of
kosher quality.
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were this week distributed to
Professors of Social Sciences at
the University of Florida, accord-
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of the Florida Regional Office,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
The Troublemakers is the lat-
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of anti-Semitism and big-
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Arrangements for the distribu-
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of the Tropical Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, announces a Fund
Raising card party for Tuesday
evening, December 16th, at the
Monti Carlo Hotel, Miami Beach.
The affair will be jointly held
with a drive for new members,
Mrs. Laibson said. Proceeds are
earmarked for B'nai B'rith phil-
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, ^ of modern dance as taught each week at the Town Branch. Greater Miami lewis
amum.y Center, was demonstrated by the above members of the class as a forXe oMhe
te's Annual Meeting last Tuesday rnght. The dancers are from left to righT iirst ow
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fthim* tionor
rand CMet
In Di'cfniber 17th, at 8 p.m.,
I Lmy Anderson, Grand Chief
*ie Pythian Sisters of the State
Florida, will make her official
.. to Roosevelt Temple No. 33.
Irs. Anderson is a resident of
pit. Florida, and has dual
tabership in the South Miami
hian Tnnple. She joined the
hian order 25 years ago.
he will also be entertained by
Iroup of the sisters and MEC.
1.1, wis J Brooks on that day
bnchenn in Burdine's Tearoom
then Dinner at the Pentagon.
lie evening prog|am will be
|tnn and presented under the
Ktum ol Mrs. H. Shirley
k -.._
lli Dancers Slated For
ide Auditorium Soon
Dancer of Bali will come to
Dade County Auditorium on
urday and Sunday evenings,
Juary 3rd and 4th.
he dancers will be accompan-
by the Gamelan Orchestra
er the direction of Anak
(ing Gde Ngurah Manders.
ceeds are for the University
iliami Symphony Fund.
GMJCC Hears
Theater Talk
"Where Is The American Thea-
tre Heading, will be the subject
of a talk to be delivered by Pro-
fessor Sam Hirsch, of the Uni-
versity of Miami Drama Depart-
ment, as the second in its series
of programs offered by the Lib-
era] Aits Group of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
The event will take place at the
Center's Town Branch on Thurs-
day, December 18th. 8:30 p.m.
Professor Hirsch will analyze
the growth of the American thea-
tre during three distinct periods.
He will also discuss the cross-
roads which the theatre is facing
during the present period and in-
dicate trends for the future.
Refreshments will be served at
the close of the evening, and the
hostess will be Mrs. Joseph Nevel,
representing the Planning Com-
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Greater Miami's
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY JZzzJSSL
HIALEAH-MIAM1 SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
fit 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating, assisted by the
Center Choir. Guest speaker will
be Bernard Furman, of Miami
Beach, who will discuss: Is
World Jewry Responsible For
The Trials In Prague. Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Gelvan will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat following
in honor of their birthdays. Mrs.
Gelvan will bless the candles.
Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m., with Reverend Heim
discussing the Weekly Portion.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., honoring Human
Rights Sabbath and the Chanuka
Festival. The Confirmation Class
of 5711 will present The Original
Declaration Of Human Rights,
Agudath laraal-MOM i; an ".*
tbodox. ..: Ttll W Miami Ue.uh
; Beth Oavid RM.I Max Shapiro.
r,nrvtlv, I:j BW 3rd Ave ,
Miami
Saturday morning services are ,** ,'_,,,. shmar).hu swir.ky. Or-
at 9 a.m.. with Junior congrega-
tion services at 11 a.m. Mincha
will be at 5 p.m.. followed by a
class in Torah study and Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 7
a.m.

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: World's
Debt To The Maccabees. Mitchel
Reiner will conduct the service
Mincha is at 4:45 p.m.. followed
bv Shaloa Seudos with Sol Weiss
thodox. MM S\V 17th A"*., Miami
Btth JacobRahbl Mowi MwhHofr
orthodox. 301-311 Wash Ave. Mil
Bath Shotem Kst.ro I..n Krnnlan.
Liberal. 4144 (Tuse Ave MB.
Bath TfilahRabbi Jom-ph Raokov-
sky. Orthodox. MS Kuchd Ace Mi-
ami Beach. _, ...
Ceral Gablaa lUbhl Morris Skop. Lib-
eral. 3*0 Palermo Ave. C Gables.
Downtown Synageflu* Oith-wl.-x. 13j
KW 3rd Ave .Miami.
Flafller-Oranada *M NW jlut P.a.e.
HsbAw Academy Rabbi Alexander
Oroaa, orthodox. 1 th St.. M.B_
H.aleahMiami Spr.nga Reverend
Law II- "'i -'' I- 4ih AJJ., Hlaleah.
Hollywood Rabbi Jamli Honlc, C on -
Ml miW. 2"3 P"lk St. Hollywood
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
fact,: Conservative. SIS SW Itth
Ter. Miami. m
Kneaeth IsraelRabbi Abraham Cas-
el. Orthodox. MIS Kurlld Ave.
MUtni Reach
as host Maariv will conclude the Miami BeachrUBM Jrrtng .Lehrman.
Sabbath observance. Daily serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. and at 5
p.m.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
marking the anniversary of the services at 5:15 p.m Saturday
UN Universal Declaration. Sat-
urday morning services are at
Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. MB
Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi Simon
April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave .
Miami. .
Mont.cello Park Reverend Jacob
Kate. l4th Street and NE 11th
A\.riU'\ \rth Miami Bea'h
North OadeRitbbl Harry KMinaer.
Conservative. 133fl W. Dixie Hlh-
way. North Miami
North ShoraRabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltr. i"ons.-rvative. SI0 TT.th St .
Miami Reach
Temple laraalPr Joseph Narot. Re-
form. 1ST KB K'th SI Miami.
Tifereth Israel S.100 N Miami Ave.
Miami
morning services are at 8:30 a.m..
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
10:45 a.m., with Rabbi Leon j will officiate and discuss: Ap-
Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kel- I preciation. At 4 p.m.. the Rabbi
emer officiating. The Bar Mitz- will speak on the Weekly Por- {west" Miami Rabbi Alfred Wurman,
vah of Richard McKible Jacobs, tion Mincha is at 4:30 p.m fol-! ** T-" sw 17ln SI
Of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jac-' lowed by Shalos Seudos and
obs. will take place at that time, j Maariv Daily services are at
7 30 a.m. and at 5:15 p.m.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER wilt hold Friday evening NORTH SHORE JEWISH
it 5 13 p.m. Late Btrv- CENTER will hold Friday even-
lew are at 8:30 pjTl when the
ika F. stival will be ushered
in. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
< .'::c -ted by chlldn :.
the Religious Sen sol. Subject of
-. The
: Of Chanuka. Par-
ing services at 8:15 p.m.. and will
be dedicated to Chanuka with
thi Center Choir rendering spec-
ial festival songs. Rabbi Mayei
Abramowitz will discuss: A Can-
dle In The Window. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein will chant the mus-
ill be hosts ical portion of the liturgy. Sat-
the Oneg Shabbat following.' urday morning services are at
"-----------------------------------------j 8:45 a.m.. when Rabbi Abramo-
_, .. .1/ will discuss His Hearth
I.imK Laxatives A: ; H
t finds amazing relief
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
-I (ave had great success with AND CONGREGATION will hold
ALL-BRAN," write.- Paterson. N. J., Friday evening service at 5 p.m.
rr.an. "After years of constipation, SatUJ I rning lervi
) am row regular. Thanks to my V4 8:30 am.. ,.t which time the Bar
cm if all-bran every day '."It you Mitzvah of Lawrence, ion of Mr
suffer from irregularity due to lack and Mrs Archie Coulton. will
<'f dietary bulk, try a bowlful of
this tasty cereal every night before
l*d...it may bring back the youth-
ful regularity you thought long
lost, all-bran is the only type
;eady-to-eat cereal that supplies
all the bulk you may need. It's high
ir. cereal protein, rich in iron, pro-
vides essential B and D vitamins.
Not habit-forming. If you're not
tat i* tied after 10 days, send empty
carton to Kellogg's, Battle Creek,
M irh., and get double money back !
take place. Rabbi Simon April
will respond. A class in Mishna
. scheduled fur 4 p.m., followed
by Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
Sunday S oj students will pre-
sent a Chanuka Play en Sunday
at 10 .
Chase
Miami
Young Israel Ortbdox, 4001
A.. Miami Reach
ZamoraRaverand Rudolf Brill, Con-
servatlve, it Zamora Ave, Coral
';.' i
ing her eighth birthday, will be
hostess at refreshments. Havdal-
ah will be conducted by Joseph
I. Lauer. 8th grade Hebrew
Academy student, who will light
the second Chanuka Candle.

TEAfPLE ISRAEL of Miami
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph
Narot officiating and discussing:
Chaim Weizmann. Selman Waks-
man And Rudolph Slansky
Three Jewish Destinies. A re-
ception and the singing of Chan-
uka songs will follow the serv-
ice.
a
BETH EL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening .-rvices
at sundown. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m., with
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating
and discussing: The Golems Of
Prague. 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 Shal-
M Seudos. Junior services are
at 10 a.m.. in Yeshiva Hall.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15 i MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
p.m. Saturday morning wrvicei CENTER will hold Friday even-
are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Alex- | ing se: vices at 8:30 p.m., with
andei Grow officiating and dis- j Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
cussing: The Spirit Versus The in and assisted by Cantor David
Sword. Cantor Jacob Tambor Silverman. Subject of the Rab-
will render the musical portion bis discourse is scheduled as:
of the liturgy and conduct the Welcome Chanuka Feast Of
Saturday afternoon class in Lit- j Light And Joy. Saturday morn-
' urgical Music. Rabbi Gross will | ing services are at 9 a.m.. when
[ continue* his afternoon sessions Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the
with the Post-Graduate Student' Weeklv Portion. The Bar Mitz-
piscuaaion Group. An Oneg! vah of Norman, son of Mr. and
Shabbat for children is schedul- j Mrs. Albert Broad, will take
ed at 3 p.m.. and will be under' place at that time. An afternoon
the supervision of Mrs. Alexand- Bible class is scheduled for 4
| ei Gross Carolyn Gray, honor-1 p.m, followed bv Mincha and
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Shafts Seudos. Daily services (
are at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 p.m.

BETH DAVID CONGREGA-
TION will hold late Friday even-
ing services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Maur-
ice Mamches will officiate, as-
sisted by the Student Choir un-
der the direction of Mrs. Jack
Donnerstag. Subject of a dis-
course by the Rabbi honoring the
Chanuka Festival will be:
Heroes Of Our Destiny. The
Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mintzer. Students of the Relig-
ious School will present a Chan-
uka program at that time under
the direction of Mrs. Donnerstag
and Ronnie Hyman. Floral offer-
ings will be by Mr. and Mrs. Sel-
mer Lazar in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, Jeffrey,
scheduled for Saturday morning
at 9 a.m. Student services are at
10:30 a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION wilt hold early Friday
evening services at 4:45 p.m. Late
services are at 8:15 p.m.. when
Rabbi Abraham Cassel and Can-
tor Abraham Seif will officiate.
Subject of a discourse to be de-
livered by the Rabbi is scheduled
as: Modern Maccabees. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a.m. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 8 a.m., and at 4:45
p.m.
e
THE ISRAELITE CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
5 p.m. The series of late Friday
services will be inaugurated at
8:30 p.m., with Hy Morris, Cen-
ter president, officiating, and
Cantor Ben Katz rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow un-
der the auspices of the State
Department Ladies' Auxiliary to
the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States. Guest speaker will
be Mrs. Rose Chanin. national
president of the Auxiliary. Sat-
urday morning services are at
9 a.m., when Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Junior services are at
9:30 a.m.
a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Fri-
day at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill officiating. We
Can Learn A Lesson From Chan-
uka. will be the topic of the ev-
ening's sermon chosen by Arthur
Deutsch. chairman of the Relig-
ious Committee. Services will
begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and
will be followed by a Kiddush.
A prayer for the recovery of
Murray Barson, who underwent
a serious operation, was offered
at last Friday's services.

HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.,
with Rabbi Jacob Honig officiat-
ing and discussing: The Chan-
uka Theme. Guest cantor Joseph
Malek will render the musical j
portions of the service. Kiddush!
will be recited by Billy Kahn,'
son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Kahn. An On*. TT?3
follow Saturn,? mShibb
ices are at 9.30 arr"0rn";
Haalman offlna,lng *
ces are at 9 arn. u,ul
CORAL CABLES
CENTER w,l, heiJJ
mg services at 8:15 7'
,nf ^ inning of J. j
act,v,t,es ,n commemoratJ
the Festival of Ug^
Morns A. Skop WjU ',
Lessons From The Chanuluj
orah And The Chii^'
Charles Kamen, son of Mr i
Mrs. Henry Kamen. 2220 ktl
Street, w, 11 become Bar L
during Saturday morin7.
sees at 9:30 a.m. Hit p3
be hosts at the Sabbath
following.

FLAGLER-GRASADA 1
ISH COMMUNITY CENTER
hold Friday evening serv*.
8 p.m. Subject of a sermc:*
delivered by Harry Pl^J
scheduled as: World Co-A,
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ami Beach. This and .subsequent lessons u-ill appear here in conjunction with a program over
radio station VVVBAf on Sundays at 2 p.m. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is con-
ducted by Miss Spcctor and is a feature of Jacob Schachters Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridiaa
will provide Oie visual aid necessary to participate in the course.
Four
a sparks of the Four Ball Championship Golf Matches held
[1 Ncrmandy Isle Golf Course December 17th through 21st
iroceeds from which will go to both Mount Sinai Hospital
md St. Francis, form a foursome to arrange for the sale of
lickets at leading hotels, department stores, golf clubs and
Dther public sites in the Greater Miami area. Seen left to
tight are Miss Sue McLaughlin and Mr*. Theodore Schweider
Df the friends of St. Francis Committee, and Mrs. Bernard
'uller and Mrs. Jane Snetman, representing the Women's Aux-
iliarv of Mount Sinai.
ivi<- flubs Charged With PrHudico
PETERSBURG. Fla. (WNS) Civic clubs of this city were
I : with discriminating against Jewish residents during a dis-
| this week at the Human Relations Workshop, sponsored by
lie St. Petersburg Council on Human Relations. There are no Jew-
I lers in either Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions. Exchange. Civitan
lr Op- lists, said M. G. Rosenberg in answer to a statement by
Itrbt Crill, president of the Inter-Civic Conference, claiming that
here were Jewish members in these organizations. David Wolper.
I if the St. Petersburg B'nai B'nth Lodge, said that "this
lohcy if discrimination has been well known for years, but appar-
ently i one is anxious to permit membership to a Jew, no matter
low civic-minded or intelligent he may be."
Uah'ah To Fete
ill his Festival
Th- Annual Chanuka Party of
he H:aleah-Miami Springs Jew-
ish C< mmunity Center will be on
BundB.v, December 14th, at 7:30
p.m., recording to Mrs. Yetta Gel-
pan, chairman of the affair.
Hebrew School students will
ght he candles and chant the
xadit;.nal blessings. Community
^inginp and games will follow.
Th. Center Ladies' Auxiliary
Rill h ild its Annual Chanuka
Party n Sunday at 10 a.m.
Gables Chanuka Fete
The first candle of Chanuka
will be blessed on Friday, De-
cember 12th, with the lighting
of a seven-foot Chanuka Men-
orah at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center. A full week of Chan-
uka festivities will include the
Sisterhood Bazaar. Assembly for
children and the Chanuka enter-
tainment on Sunday, December
14th, 6:30 p.m., with a Congre-
gational Supper and Chanuka
souvenirs.
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Samuel Friedland Named Chairman of
Jewish Theological Seminary Conference
JIE^ECEMBEr n
Samuel Friedland, founder and
chairman of the Board ol Food
Fair Stores. Inc., has been ap-
pointed chairman of the National
Conference of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, it
was announced by Daniel G.
Ross, chairman of the National
Planning and Campaign Com-
mittee on behalf of the Semin-
ary, the United Synagogue of
America and the Rabbinical As-
sembly.
The Conference. which is
scheduled for Miami Beach over
the weekend of February 6th
through 8th, will be devoted to
the Bible and its influence and
importance in American democ-
racy. It is expected upwards of
250 readers from all parts of the
United States and Canada will
participate.
Friedland has been identified
Mlvth Oarid Youth Two liorinan Cltlos Claim ||
Greet Chanaka
i
nbach
aa its firal Cl I- '-
ke Party
Dec,:! o p.m., in the
life.
Uniti [ue Youth, u a
:i ,,f th Unit-
ed Sj nag igui ; Amerh i
Tin i rogram will include
games, ii incing and the
lighting I :...' Ch n
uka candle*. Chairman of gen-
eral arrai tenu is Miss Connie
nan.
On Tuesday, at 4 p.m., some
200 students of the Beth David
Religious School will be feted by
the PTA during their observance
of the Festival of Lights. Chair-
r Mis. Louie Bandel and
Mrs. George Horn.
MUNICH (WNS)Two German cit
stadt. are claiming possession of a rare Ha n, and DinsJ
the 14th century, and the matter is n< ,{"ch d t
prcme Court. In 1937. when Offenbach
by the BUM <>f Sprenger,
Museum of Darmstadt. Now the

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Three meetings are planned by
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League of Women Voters, Miami
Beach, for Tuesday. December
16th. at 10 a.m.
Purpose of the meetings will
be to study the council-manager,
plan of city government such as
fists in Miami Beach.
According' to Mrs Norman I
Babel. League ch in the cal-
endar | ir the
: Mrs. Be:- W :. r, 3023
Prairie A .. Mrs Phil K ::-
513 Lake\ ew Drive; and
David Bromber, 9035 Nore-
A venue, Biscayne Point.
The schedule is p^:t of th.-
ber of years and is now' a mem-
ber of its national Cabinet. He
with the Jewish Theological' has also been chairman of the
Seminary of America for a num- Miami Beach Friends of the Sem-
--------*---------------------------------------I inary.
Active in civic and philan-
thropic affairs. Friedland. a fal-
low of Brandeis University, isi
now president of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center and vice
president of Mount Sinai Hos-
pltal.
Ross also indicated that Rabbi'
Irving Lehrman will serve as CO- !
chairman of the Conference.
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PAGE 11 B
By I. M. GREEN
nee again, the eight-day Fes-
of Light, Chanuka, has
e around. Considering the
Eth of its durationan entire
Jl(__it is perhaps the most joy-
Tfestival in the Jewish calen-
jurini and Simchas Torah
be jolly fetes, but they last
one day each, while Sha-
Ih j> ;i two-day holiday. Pass-
alone may dispute the claim
;hanuk:i for priority as re-
hs joyousness of spirit.
nd yet. Chanuka is only what
Down as a semi-holidayall
nary work is permitted dur-
fthat week. Some other things
permitted during Chanuka
are ordinarily forbidden by
lih law or customs: things
card-playing and children's
ilging in pranks.
uiuka. as you may probably
l\v, connmmorates the re-dedi-
cn of the Temple in Jerusalem
after its defilement by the
Ithens at the time when the
k were persected by their
ban overlords about 165 years
, Christian era. It cele-
les. too, the great victories of
M;i, I to religious freedom and na-
)al independence for the Jews
Palestine. The lighting of the
Hies for light dayseach day
additional candle being litis
posed to symbolize the mir-
of the undefiled oil which
I found in the Jerusalem Tem-
Itftei the Maccabees had re-
ared it and which burned for
pt days.
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ies at which the celebrated dairy
latkes were served, card-playing
was induced in and children
spun the draidlach. those peculiar
spinninR tops on which four He-
brew letters were inscribed on
each side.
The letters Nun. Gimmel, Hay
and Shin were the initials of r-'es
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tory Occurred There. The custom
of spinning the draidel is said to
hark back to the very origin of
Chanuka. to the time when the
Jewish Maccabeans were warring
against the forces of Antiochus
the Greek, and was used as a
A,n?-IVf fling the officers of
Antiochus who had forbidden the
Jews to study Torah in groups.
When these policemen would
come upon such groups, the lat-
ter would begin to spin these tops
to make believe that they were
Playing a Bame rathpr than s,u
dying Holy Writ, The custom of
baking dairy latkes is supposed to
commemorate the piety of Judith,
when when she went out to slay
Holoferness, took along dairy
food in order not to defile her-
self with Haifa meat. She is also
supposed to have fed the enemy
with milk and cheese, thus caus-
ing deep slumber to fall upon
him.
During Chanuka. youngsters in
Eastern Europe would visit their
long-forgotten uncles, aunts, cou-
sins and other relatives and
would never be permitted leave
without some gift, if only a few
____Continued on Page 12 B
Recipes Add Gav, Modern Touch
Each of the Jewish holidays
has its own special mood. And
the mood of Chanuka, with its
games, its charades, its songs and
good, lusty eating, is essentially
one of gaiety.
It is family festival, celebrated
primarily in the home, and that
places particular emphasis on the
part the kitchen plays in main-
taming the holiday spirit.
' As far back as the Middle
Ages, Chanuka diversions have
kept pretty well to a pattern.
The "dreidel," it is known, traces
its origin as a holiday amusement
to the twelfth century or earlier.
and many of the other traditions
observed to this very day go back
even further than that.
But in the kitchen, traditions
keep pace with the times, and
even the Chanuka latkes, the tra-
ditional pancakes served as part
of virtually every Chanuka meal,
have taken on a modern aspect,
as the recipes provided by the
B. Manischewitz Company serve
to indicate.
In addition to helping the wom-
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come suggestions, the B. Mani-
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a number of short-cuts to good
cooking and equally good eating,
in its wide variety of choice kosh-
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quality and their work-saving
convenience.
The list includes such items as
Manischewitz Chicken Soup with
Kreplach, as well as four other
kinds of Manischewitz Chicken
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Continued from Pmge II B
pennies. During tli.it week, too.
"cheder," the old-time Hebrew
, school, was in session only a hall-
I day. instead of the ordinary all-
' day ar.l evening sessions, and the
I stern discipline under which the
Hebrew teacher held the children
was greatly relaxed. Young Ye-
shiva students of the Talmud
would, during this week, indulge
in all sorts of pranks and levity,
would propound riddles to each
other and would generally dis-
card the sombre mien they car-
ried all year round at the theo-
logical seminary.
Here are some interesting facts
,: 'lit fhanuka rituals and cus-
tonw
ih festival begins on the eve-
ning of the 25th day of the Jew-
ish month of Kislev. AM persons
must either themselves light the
candles or be present at the can-
dle-lighting by someone else. The
candles are inserted in the Me-
nniah from right to left, but lit in
reverse order. One additional
candle, called the "shammes" is
used for lighting the others. As
long as the candle lights are
burning during the evening, all
work is forbidden.
The name Maccabbee is sup-
posed to be derived from the j
same Hebrew word meaning
hammer. Another theory, how-
ever, holds that it is derived from
the initials of Mi Kamoha Ba'elim
Jehovah: Who Is Like Unto thee,
Jehovah?
The two most celebrated Cha-
nuka hymns are Maoz Tsur.
whose author lived in the 13th
century, and Haneroth Halahu.
Many Chanuka songs, for chil-
dren as well as adults, have been
written and are often sung dur-
ing the Chanuka week. There are
a few Chanuka dances, and plays
on the theme of Maccabean hero-
ism are performed during the
week.
There are different Chanuka
traditions in different countries.
Melamdim among the Sephardic
Jews have in the past led their
pupils to the homes of the weal-
thy, asking for a different kind
of food at each stopping place.
Jewish housewives would give
the visitors fruit, wine, cakes,
raisins and other sweets. These
would be taken to the Syna-
gogue where teacher and pupils
would hold a party.
Some Sephardic communities
still continue the custom of mas-
querading in the streets during
Chanuka week, as Jews in Eas-
tern Europe would masquerade
on Purim. This custom among the
Sephardim goes back more than
200 years, being mentioned in a
book published in Smyrna, Tur-
key, as early as 1731, a book that
was probably written by follow-
ers of the false Messiah, Sabbatai
Zevi.
In Israel. Sephardic Jews visit
the grave of Simeon the Just dur-
ing Chanuka week. Cabbalists
stay up all night reading the mys-
tic Zohar.
In Israel today, the Chanuka
celebration is generally much
more different and more joyous
than it is anywhere in the Dias-
pora. In Tel Aviv, Jews gather
near the highwater tower where
the mayor lights the one candle
on the first night. The city is then
filled with visitors from every
corner of the land. School chil-
dren form in lines, each child car-
rying a candle in its hand, and
march through the streets. At the
head of each group marches a
band which plays Hebrew songs.
Toward sunset, the Chanuka
lamp of the municipality is plac-
ed high up on the water tower
and can be seen tot miles away
There is also the custom in te-
nd to go during the Chanuka
week on a pilgrimage to the town
of Nodin, a small, forsaken village
where the Hasmonean family, the
leaders of the Maccabean revolt
lived. On the way from Tel Aviv
to Modin, one passes Lydda, the
modern airport, which the Arabs
believe is the burial place of
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1952
SEC. C

By HARRY CUSHING
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f" Agency, Inc.)
Livals and special holiday
Lvanccs have been celebrated
|the Jews almost from the
fcent they became a people
than 3,500 years ago. To
generation, these periodic
trvances in the cycle of the
[rew calendar have brought
tl!, cheer and hope. To Jews
Uery land and in every age,
L. holidays have been con-
f,t reminders of stirring events
I notable personalities, as sym-
o| lofty principles and re-
bus devotion, uniting all Jews.
is an accepted premise that
Jewish people could not
ie survived the many dark!
Ituries of persecutions and,
TiderinRs had they not been|
Uevoted to their days of ob-
vance and the accompanying1
Lais and ceremonies.
the liturgy for the observance
[Chanuka is rather sparse as
npared with the other popular
days like Passover, Sukkoth,
Ivu.it. Rosh Hashonah and
Kippur. The reason is ob-
usly a result of the fact that
anuka is classified as a minor
kival. The distinction of a
L: I tival is given to these
|idays winch are prescribed in
T By the same token,
todays which developed in the1
It-TV of the Jewish people andj
Jr.ch had been added after the|
blical canon, are known as mi-
[ holidays and Jewish ecclesi-
fcical laws does not forbid labor
be other restrictions in
: vance as in the case
J maji Festivals.
|: is, chanuka, although one
1 the more popular holidays in
Wish life today, still has a scant
lurgy. The observance is for
f. most part a home observance
1 which the lighting of the tap-
the center of a brief re-
BOUg ritual. The remainder of
fe home observance is for the
lost part one of camaraderie
laying of games and merry-mak-
H
First Mention
JJosephus is the first writer to
pke mention of the celebration
' the Feast of Lights (Antiqui-
les of the Jews, Chapter 7, para
frank ", ...1_______1___- ___A~ tl...
aph 7) where he indicates that
Maccabee "celebrated the
iteration of the sacrifices of
Temple for eight days." He
nts out in the same section
at the Jews "were so very glad
l the revival of their customs,
hen after a long time of inter-
iission, they unexpectedly had
gained the freedom of their
wship. they made it a law for
posterity, that they keep a
tival, on account of the res-
fcration of their temple worship,
I" eight days. And from that
bme on we celebrate this festival
W call u Lights."
The decision to begin the ob-
irvance with the lighting of one
.andle the first evening, and add-
H one more each succeeding
evening of the festival, was made
n"t until after Josephus" time.
Although the Mishna gives
r**Merable sPae for discussions
pbout the observance of Purim,
F*rc Is no discussion about the
Manuka observance. The Mish-
W do( s mention the Festival of
^'8hls only in passing, but it
**J not speak of any laws or
Junctions for the kindling of
6 -1 h,:Tps- (Baba Kamma VI.
The Gemara, which inter-
*ts the Mishna. however, offers
j^SK'ns about the lighting of
1 rnp, ;,nd in these instances
y ln tne name of the Amor-
aim, the interpreters, without re-
ferring to the Mishna, (Shabbat
21b). It is this section of the
Gemara which gives us the dis-
cussion about the procedure of
kindling the lights.
The Academy of Shammai
taught that eight lights were to
be kindled on the first night, and
each succeeding night there was
to be one light less until the
eighth night when only one light
was to be kindled. The Academy,
of Hillel, however, taught that
only one light is to be kindled!
on the first night, and an addi-j
tional light was to be kindled on
each succeeding night until there
would be eight lights ablaze on
the eighth and final night of the
festival. As is known, the Rabbis
accepted the doctrines of the
House of Hillel.
There are indications that
Chanuka lights were not popular
with the Tanaim, the teachers of
the Mishna. hence' they were not
eager to discuss it. The greatest
opponent of Chanuka was Rabbi
j Judah the Prince, compiler and!
editor of the Mishnah. He sought
in general to bring about cordial
I relations between the Jews and
the Romans. Had it depended en-
tirely upon him. he miglii even
have abolished Tisha B'Ab and|
Puiim. However, these historic'
days were too popular with the
Jews to be eradicated from their
hi arts and from their observance.
Moshe Sofer, the noted Ger-
man-Hungarian Rabbi, has ob-
served that Judah the Prince who
traced his ancestry to King Dav-
id, ignored Chanuka because he
was incensed at the Maccabees
who had usurped the kingship
that belonged to the descendants
of King David. It is, however,
more probable, that in his efforts
to be friendly with Rome, he,
looked askance at the observance
of a festival which commemor-
ated a successful Jewish rebel-
lion against the rule of a foreign
power.
Ancient Tradition
There is a feeling among many
scholars that the Lights actually
had no direct connection with the
observance of Judah Maccabee's
victory over the Greeks. Instead,
they originated with an older
festival which took place about
the same time of the year and
which lost its importance because
of the new popularity of the
Chanuka observance.
This older festival had to do
with fire and light. It was prob-
ably a nature festival, a sort of
semi-holiday with a pagan back-
ground that was tied in not with
the official Jewish religion but
with folk belief. There are other
holidays on the Jewish calendar
which came about in the same
manner, including the Fifteenth
of Shvat and Lag B'Omer. Thus,
it may be assumed that the lights
in use during Chanuka were in-
spired in an old nature festival;
that was celebrated by certain
ancient Jewish sects; during that
time of the year when the daysl
begin to lengthen. .ul
A Bara.ta in Avodah Zarahl
(8b) indicates the implication of
such fire festival. According to,
this Talmudic comment. Adam,
the first, when he saw that each (
day of the week became shorten-,
ed cried out Woe is to me. the
' world becomes dark because of I
my sin. and it seems to be re
turned to chaos and ruin. And
rrit.3!
understood that such .s the cyci 1
of the world, and therefore es-
tablished eight days. The next
year he also proclaimed the eight
days, on which he had fasted, as
holidays. He has established
them to laud heaven; his des-
?endants however, made them
holidays for the idols."
It cannot be ascertained just
why the Chanuka lights began to
take on such an important mean-
ing in the generation which pre-
ceded the destruction of the sec-
ond Temple. There is the theory
that it came as a result of the
political situation of the time.
Samuel Krauss, the noted Jewish
scholar and philologist, express-
ed the conjecture that this hap-
pened during the reign of Herod.
Herod probably would not allow
the celebration of the Maccabean
victory, but would permit the
observance of the old folk cus-
tom to kindle lights at that time
of the year.
I One thing is quite certain. In
the first generations after the
second Temple was destroyed, the
Chanuka lights had no ancient,
: folk tradition but rather was
bound up directly with the Mac-
cabean achievements against the
Hellenic military force. It was
during this period that there was
first introduced the idea of re-
citing a blessing of sanctifica-
tion' over the lights.
Sources for Benediction
The sources for the benediction
over the Chanukah tapers arc
two. The initial source is the
Talmud (Shabbat 23 A) where
the basic benediction, "Blessed
art thou O Lord our God king
of the universe," is augmented
with "who was sanctified and
commanded us to kindle the
lights of Chanuka."
The second source is Masechet
Soierim (Chapter 20, Halacha 6)
which not only gives the text
for the blessing over the lights
but also gives us the original
source of Haneirot Halalu, the
short anthem recited following
the lighting of the tapers, which
declares: "We light these lights
on account of the miracles, and
wonders, triumphs and battles,
thou performed for our fathers
through thy holy priests in those
days at this season. These lights
are sacred throughout the eight
days of Chanuka; we are not
permitted to make any other use
of them except watching them,
in order to praise thy great name
for thy miracles, thy wonders
and thy triumphs."
To round out the ritual of the
Chanuka candle-lighting cere-
mony, there is the hymn, Maoz
Tzur Popularly translated as
Rock Of Ages, the hymn is pre-
sumed to have been written in
the thirteenth century by a cer-
ta,n Mordecai Chazak. who e
name is found in the initial let-
ters of the six stanzas.
The keynote, and perhaps even
the inspiration for writing the
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hymn, is based on the verse "Bei
thou to me a rock and refuge,
even a fortress of defense, to I
save me." (Psalms 31.3) which j
ends with the Hebrew words:
L'Tzur Maoz. The hymn recalls'
the redemption of Israel from'
Egypt, the Babylonian Exile, |
Haman's threat of extermination1
and closes with the rescue from I
the terror of the Greeks who
were defeated by the Maccabees.
The bright and stirring tune
now so generally associated with
Maoz Tzur is an adaptation from
an old German folk song which
was widely spread among Ger-1
man Jews as early as the middle |
of the fifteenth century. By an
interesting coincidence, this Ger- 1
man folk melody was also the
first utilized by Martin Luther
for his German chorals.
Apresentation of the Chanuka
story is given in the special pray-
er, Al Hanism, which is recited'
as an insertion in the morning
and evening prayers, as well as
in the Grace after Meals, is first!
mentioned in Masechet Soferim
(Chapter 20. Halacha 8). The
great accomplishments of Matta-
thisa and his sons are related
there in simple but effective
language. However, the liehts
are mentioned without reference
to the miracle associated with
them. They are kindled, says the
prayer, because at the time when
the Jews cleansed the Temple
and re-instituted the regular
Temple service, they kindled
lights in the courts of the sanc-
tuary.
Another segment added to the
regular daily liturgy during the
week of Chanuka is the recital
of Hallel, consisting of Psalms 1
113-118. The Hallel is also re-j
cited on Passover, Shabuot. Sue-
cot and New Moon. This is add-
ed to the morning service follow-
ing the Eighteen Benedictions
(The Shmoneh Esrei).
Another addition to the serv-
ice is Psalm 30, appropriately
chosen because it begins with
the words "a song for the dedi-
cation of the house." (Mizmor
Shir Chanukat Habayit).
In some Congregations, there;
are special Yotzerot, but these
are recited in few Synagogues.
Two scrolls are taken out of
the Sabbath of Chanuka. In the
first, the regular weekly Sidra
is read. The Maftir reading is
from the second scroll, and al-
though it refers to the comple-
tion of the Tabernacle by Moses
in the desert, it is a most appro-
priate reading to connect it with
the re-dedication of the Temple
in Jerusalem by Judah Macca-
bee. This reading is from Num-
berg, Chapter 7 (verses 1-17).
The Haftorah, or reading from
the prophets, is from Zechariah,
Chapter 2, verses 14-17, Chapter
3, verses 1-10 and Chapter 4,
verses 1-7. This is the famous
scriptural reading of the vision
of the candlestick, and again it
it appropriate on Chanuka be-
cause it gives a description of the
appurtences for the Temple built
by King Solomon.
Custom Lost Place
One. custom which was indeed
significant of Chanuka but some-
how has lost its place in the litur-
gy of the festival, was the read-
ing of Megilat Hachashmonaim,
(The Scroll of the Hasmoneans).
Also known as Megilat Antioch-
us. (The Scroll of Antiochus),
this scroll was read during the
Middle Ages on Chanuka as the
Book of Esther is read on Purim,
Although, as mentioned, the cus-
tom has died out. it is still part
of the liturgy of the Yemenite
Jews.
Although the liturgical liter-
ature of Chanuka is not abun-
dant and its ritual is not rich,
except for the candle lighting
ceremony, the Feast of Lights
has come down through Jewish
history as one of the more pop-
ular holidays.
In the past two or three gen-
erations, since the Zionist move-
ment, the importance of Chan-
uka has increased in Jewish life.
With the establishment of the
State of Israel, the modern Chal-
utzim are being hailed as the
counterparts of the Hasmoneans
of old. Today, more than ever,
Chanuka, like all the other in-
spiring days of celebrations on
the Jewish calendar, gives Jews
something of that same courage,
hope and faith which has made
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Psychologies in Washington
arc picking into the anti-Semitic
mind to extract the infection of
prejudice. Their research studies
are seeking it out in schools, hos-
pitals and homes throughout the
country. Reports on progress
were made at the 60th annual
American Psychological Conven-
tion, where delegates discussed
! studies on discrimination, preju-
dice and authoritarian attitudes.
Dr. Marie Jahoda. a psycholo-
gist who worked with the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee on a sur-
vey of emotional disorders and
anti-Semitism, won the Associa-
tions' Civil Liberties Award for
her research plan to study the
relationship between loyalty
measures and the "increasing ten-
dency towards suspicion of mi-
nority groups."
Reasons for prejudice were ex-
plained by Donald T. Campbell
of the University of Chicago. He
said that a person may be pre-
judiced because *he is rootless,
homeless Or alienated from the
group. The dogmatic type of
prejudice, Campbel explained, is
marked by over-identification
with a cause. Thus, an extreme
attitude toward loyalty oaths may
be a way of showing over-protec-
tion or over-devotion toward
America.
Dr. Kenneth Clark declared,
"McCarthy and McCarran are di-
rect descendents of the know-
nothings and the Ku-Kluxers." j
Dr. Isador Chein presented fac- I
tual evidence that the effects of
ethnic and racial segregation
were harmful. And Dr. Wayne
Dennis forcefully added, "I don't
have to prove scientifically that
segregation is harmful. I'm op-
posed to it because I know it is
a socal injustice."
At the climax of the conven-
tion, the psychologists were faced
with a situation which brought
forth action in accordance with
their scientific theories. The As-
j sociation was shocked to find
i Negro members of the group dis-
criminated against Jn Washing-
ton. President J. McV. Hunt of
the Association declared, "we
j have studied the damaging effect
I of race and minority prejudice in
every major field of American
! life," when the group announced
I that it would not meet here again
I until "more progress has been
I made towards democratic treat-
[ ment of minorities." An article in
the Washington Daily News re-
ported that a hotel manager at-
tacked the Association for its
stand on this controversial issue.
Recent books explaining and
condemning anti-Semitism, rang-
ing from best-sellers to textbooks,
were exhitibited at the conven-
tion. Among the authors repre-
sented was Ashley Montague. It
was Montague who explained last
summer at a UNESCO confer-
ence, contrary to the apparent
theories of the State Department
Visa Division, that Jews are not
a race. A series of five volumes
on prejudice was exhibited by
Harper and Brothers. Among
them were .The Authoritarian
Personality, a volume of the com-
bined efforts of five psychologists
which probes the prejudiced
mind and analyzes the causes of
anti-Semitism, and Paul Mass- j
ing's Rehearsal For Destruction, j
a study of anti-Semitism in im-
perial Germany. Massing's book
shows how "the conflict of poli-
tical and social pressures nur-
tured anti-Semitism which had
such drastic consequences under
the Nazis."
The American Psychological
Association has factually and un-
emotionally applied electric
shock therapy to anti-Semitism.
By widespread dissemination of
their intensive studies, it hopes
that terrorism, persecution, and
genocide will someday be uni-
versally regarded as manifesta-
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The House of Rembrandt or
Rembrandthuis in Amsterdam is
at number 4 Jodenbreestraat. Asi
the name implies it is in the Jew-!
ish quarter of the city and it was I
in this typically seventeenth cent- j
ury Dutch house with the color-1
ful wooden shutters that the great
painter lived during the years!
1639 to 1658. Today it is a museum '
containing the engravings and 1
drawings of the master. It was
here during the 19 years of his
residence that his work came
under the influence of the Old
Testament, Asiastic art and He-
braism.
To the lover of art and the tra-
veller, these are interesting facts,
as part of the background which
molded this genius, but to one
who is Jewish, there is a fascina-
tion in the though that here in
this district, Rembrandt found the
models for some of his great
paintings that continue to live for
posterity in the museums of the
world, among them Rabbis in
orthodox dress, and his Biblical
characters, reflecting as they do
the quiet sadness and spiritual
refinement of a particular quality.
Today the sight of the Jewish
quarter of Amsterdam is a bleak
one. Continuing down the Joden-
breestraat, one comes upon the
Synagogue of the Portugese Jews,
built in 1676. It is a large square
building set towards the back of a
rectangular courtyard. This syna-
gogue, still lit by candlelight,
stands empty today, its rows of
prayer benches deserted by its
former 1500 worshippers. Now,
in order to gather a "minyan," it
is with the aid of the Ashkenazi
Synagogue across the way, and at
the most, about 50 people attend
the Sabbath services.
Flourished Before Hitler
In 1933, there were about 120,-
000 Jews in Holland. By the
time Hitler invaded the country,
the number had been increased
by 20,000 refugees who had fled
from Germany and had made
Holland their second home. The
Jewish community of Holland
had been a flourishing one, up to
this time, engaged in trades and
professions, tolerated with hardly
any active anti-Semitism, and al-
though they may not have reach-
ed the highest places, there were
many opportunities open to them.
There were Jewish professors at
the universities, Jewish judges,
many prosperous Jews in the dia-
mond trade, and there were some
who even found careers in the
army* To all intents and pur-
poses, the Jews were a minority
accepted as equals by their fel-
low citizens. Since Holland has
always been a place of refuge by
tradition, it stood first among lib-
eral European countries in its
acceptance of the German refu-
gees. They in turn helped to en-
large industry and the export
trades.
About 85,000 Jews, including
the majority of these Jewish ref-
ugees lived m Amsterdam on May
10, 1940, the day that Hitler
marched his hordes into Holland.
Deportations began in 1942. The
Jews were identified by the yel-
low stars they were forced to
wear; Jewish communities were
blocked off with German effici-
ency, homes were raided and the
people taken away. The height
of mass deportations was reach-
ed in 1943.
When the war was over and
liberation came to the survivors,
about 20,000 Jews remained of
the Dutch Jewish community.
This included about 3,000 child-
ren who survived only because
they had been able to hide with
Christian families, and an ad-
ditional, much smaller number,
who returned with their parents,
or alone, from the camps. Some-
times it was the parents who en-
trusted their neighbors with their
children hoping to save them
that way. More often it was the
work of the underground to make
the contacts in finding homes and
then to secretly spirit them away
to safety, mostly in the country-
side of course, hoping to keep
them from the path of the on-
coming Germans. The majority
were placed with Orthodox Prot-
estant and Catholic families
where they were either supported
by the foster parents or in other
instances through funds raised
by the underground movement
which helped people in hiding.
Sometimes parents contributed
with payments towards their sup-
port in the foster homes. Older
children became farmers and min-
ers. The majority, however, were
young children, many of them
infants.
Children Never Safe
Even here in comparative safe-
ty, children who were recognized
as Jewish, were caught and de-
ported. In some cases, Dutch Naz-
is are known to have "given
away" the secret of hidden child-
ren who were then deported to
certain death. Often children
had to be moved several times
from one home to another. To
this day, there are a few cases of
children who are lost to the Jew-
ish community because their
identity is unknown. The impulse
to accept these children was no
doubt a generous one inspired
by the spontaneous rebellion and
fight against a common enemy.
Naturally these children were
brought under the influence of
the foster home, joined in the
religious worship of the family
and assimilated its way of life.
The very young ones accepted it
as natural. Some of the older
i ones did so through fear, and
others out of gratitude. After the
war, the effects of their experi-
ences were manifested in various
reactions according to the indi-
i vidual child and its background,
j the kind of household from
j which it came, originally. When
I it was over, in a few extreme
cases, children were reported to
have said that they hoped that
their parents had died professing
the "true religion," or that if they
had prayed differently "it" would
not have happened. These were
reactions deliberately influenced
by the foster parents.
Children who were accepted as
babies suffered traumatic exper-
iences when reclaimed by their
true parents, the first separation
not being as bad as when they
wece retaken from the foster par-
ents. They had become loyal
through close association in the
formative years and resented the
uprooting. However, on the
whole, infants and very young
children were able to readjust
when reclaimed by their parents
or the Jewish community if they
had not been the victims of sev-
eral transfers, fleeing from one
home to another.
Jewish Children Saved
According to statistics as of
September, 1951 and they are
about the same today of the
3,000 children who were saved
mostly by hiding, 1,000 returned
to their parents; and 2,000 be-
came the charge of the Jewish
community. Of these, 280 child-
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Rain fell with the steady beat
of a metronome. Clouds of fog
misted the carriage window.
Washington Irving shivered and
thought of late August in Amer-
ica. The hot bite of the after-
noon sun, the incense of the gold-
enrod leaves slowly beginning to
turn. Still he thought, the trip,
the dampness of the Scottish
borderland are worth it, for he
was on his way to the home of
the writer he admired more than
any other, Walter Scott.
Washington Irving followed the
servant into the large living
room warmed by a fire on the
hearth, watched Scott brush aside
his favorite hound as he rose to
hold out a welcoming hand. Irv-
ing could see how tall and pow-
erfully built he was. Listen to
the deep resonant voice tinged
with a Scottish accent.
The two men talked of many
things. The fire burned higher.
Scott puffed away on his meer-
schaum pipe. The talk ranged
from the Laird's plans for a
stone castle just being built. The
smell of pipe smoke and wet
wool gave way to the strong brew
of tea. Later the talk grew more
serious and Irving picked from
the rag bag of his thoughts a
scrap of somber hue. He told
Scott of Matilda Hoffman to
whom he had been betrothed,
who had died shortly before
their wedding day.
"I don't know what I would
have done those dark days if it
hadn't been for my dear Re-
becca."
Scott leaned forward in inter-
est.
"Rebecca Gratz of Philadelphia.
Really a most amazing woman.
She has the beauty, the wisdom
and the true faith of the great
women in the Old Testament.
She is Miriam. Deborah. She is
Esther."
"She must be very beautiful
indeed, to have impressed you
so."
"It goes deeper than that.
Thomas Sully, the portrait paint-
er, was so taken with her black
hair, her creamy skin, that tinv
lovely figure, that he has painted
her time after time. But she
has more than beauty. Jt is a
quality of mystery and yes
tragedy." Irving thought for a
moment. "There has been in her
life too, a tragic love affair. Per-
haps that was why she knew so
well how to comfort me when I
lost Matilda."
"Please tell me more. I have
just begun a new novel and I am
thinking of a heroine ... a beau-
tiful Jewess ... but there must
be about her those virtues, that
make her outstanding. She must
tower over other women because
of her moral strength and she
must be unforgettably beautiful."
"In that case I must tell you
the complete story of my Rebec-
ca Gratz."
Philadelphia was the heart of
the nation when Rebecca was
born in 1781. Here lived the new
country's rulers, the artists, the
social leaders. And a merchant
prince who was Michael Gratz
Rebecca's father. He had fled the
Ghetto of London only to find
the same life awaiting him in the
sanctuary of America he had
later found a home and wealth
True he had worked hard in the
small shop until now he outfitted
whole expeditions of hardy pion-
eers who went out to explore and
then build the new country.
There was a good deal of geog-
raphy Rebecca did not have to
leam from books. She knew that
her father's ships left with car-
bleak hours
and days
goes of cotton and grain and re-
turned with wine from France
silks and spices from China. Lat-
er when he began to trade with
the Indians he received many
land grants that continued to
build the Gratz fortune. More
than a man of wealth, Michael
Gratz was known as a man of
integrity who needed but a hand-
shake to seal a bargain.
In the eighteenth century, most
of the Jews in America were
Spanish or Portuguese. Here they
had found a haven from the yel-
low badges, the auto-da-fes, the
spying that they must suffer if
they were to continue to be Jews
in their native land. Rather than
give up their religion they had
braved a long dangerous trip to
an unknown land that held per-
haps persecutions, new terrors.
Instead they had found peace, ac-
ceptance, the opportunity to work
and worship as they pleased. It
is no wonder that these Sephardic
Jews were intensely devout. Re-
becca received her religious train-
ing in the Sephardic Temple and
she observed all the rituals of
Orthodox Judaism.
Prhaps she would have con-
tinued being just another average
girl enjoying Fanny Kemble at
the theatre, romping with ten
brothers and sisters, reading Rob-
ert Burn's poetry, doing fancy
embroidery. But Rebecca Gratz
fell in love. To love Samuel Ew-
ing was one thing. To marry him
was another. For although he
came of a distinguished family,
was a prominent attorney in
Philadelphia, he was a non-Jew.
As the months went by, Re-
becca realized this was a love
to endure for a lifetime. But her
religion was as much a part of
her as her life's blood. And there
were others to consider. How
would her family feel if she mar-
ried out of the faith?
Her thoughts went back a few
years. Her grandfather was dy-
ing. He called her to him and
asked what he could do to make
her happy before he died.
She looked at him wondering
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mothers, sisters and brothers,
who had been separated by the
Hitler hordes, met once again.
Convening from all corners of
the globe, relatives separated for
years hid their tears as they em-
braced. Two vast oceans were
By RUTH C. BROTMAN
(Editor's Note: Ruth Brotman
U a member of the Canadian
Author's Association and Wom-
en's Press Club and now lives
part-time in Florida. Slie re-
ceived her Music Laureate in
Montreal and teas for ten years!crossed to fulfill dreams that
a music correspondent in Detroit I WOUu'd not be denied- and so il
A professional sniper she ap- 'S a PeoPIe tnat sings. lives.
peared with the Canadian Choir els the richest f tapes-
in Israels first, modern Music I Busses 'PeP'e enter Jer-
Festwal last summer) jUsalem, singing from the fulness
of their hearts and throats. Ha-
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out of the countries where ye
have all scattered. (Psalm
CXXU)
Israel added to its ever-swell-
ing list of achievements when it
presented its first Music Festival
during the early part of August.
Conceived with a conscientious
regard for encouraging compo-
sition, study, propagation, under-
standing and love of the Hebrew
Folk Song in Israel, as well as
for strengthening the bonds be-
tween its youth and Jewish louth
of the Diaspora, the Festival fun-
damentally aimed to provide en-
lightenment rather than enter-
tairment. While in the Diaspora
the idea of rallying around the
Hebrew song was greeted with
great enthusiasm, Israel had to
overcome tremendous objective
difficulties in addition to surpris-
ing indifference and lack of un-
derstanding on the part of large
sections of its people.
In retrospect, it appears that
some of their apprehension may
have been valid, for as matters
stood, the Festival's management
bit off a good deal more than it
could chew. Israel proudly boasts
of several large amphi-theatres,
with seating capacities of some
40,000 persons. The one at Ram-
at-Gan outside of Tel Aviv,
where the main concert of the
Festival took place on the night
of August 10th. was breath-tak-
ing as a spectacle, with scores of
Israeli flags and Jewish soldiers
raising them as the capacity aud-
iences waited to hear the 27 as-
sembled choirs from the Diaspora
and the State sing.
passing in the modren Jeep and
the bus driver saluting and wav-
ing back with happy smiles.
These are all Jews of a Jewish
nation reborn and vital. Cher-
ished forever will be the magic
lilt of children we pass on the
streets who join us in song as
the busses roll along.
Behind, the housewife comes
out of the market with a poorly
filled basket of food, catches the
strains of our song, and suddenly
her head lifts high, and her walk
becomes sprightly. These were
priceless moments, and all dur-
ing our stay we reached deep in-
to the hearts of the courageous
Israelis with our songs. For a
time at least, we forgot the haz-
ardous journey on the SS Neg-
bah, and felt amply repaid for
the long, hard rehearsals.
Some of the singers belonged
to regular choirs of long stand-
ing, like the London Jewish Male
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Choir which has many cantors,
as well as trained singers in its
midst, and performed in a most
professional manner. Others
were typified by the Canadian
Choir which was organized hur-
riedly through the Montreal Ha-
dassah and Zionist Organization
and which, in ten short weeks
But, for example, the public I o{ rehearsals three hours ev-
address system was uniformly in- ery njgnt except Friday and Sun-
efficient. It tended to distort the da'y mornings from 10 a.m. to
singing, no kind of balance was 2 p.m. came Hebrew teachers
attained between amplified and and amateur and professional
unamplified voices and the first musicians to prepare forthe gi-
few choirs on the program were ,,antjc event.
not even heard except perhaps Ajj members paid their own
on the radio as the concert was expenses to Israel with the ex-
being broadcast. Oother amphi- ception 0f the non-Jewish pro-
theatres, where singer.; appeared fessjonals. We were unique in
later on in the Festival, gave I our leadership of the choir under
evidence of hasty planning, and a Canadian Woman Conductor,
there were many organizational Ethel, who directs the Montreal
mishaps all along. In short, the Women's Orchestra. The choirs
Festival was perhaps over-am- did not sjng on a competitive bas-
bitious. is. and they opened a tremendous
Yet. the intentions were bright. I avenue of culture and fund-rais-
and its air of youthfulness was | ing possibilities for Israel,
infectious. Never to be forgotten I Tne programs consiste of songs
was the awe-inspiring assemblage o{ the countries they represented,
of Jews from Canada. Britain, | as wen as Hebrew melodies. The
Belgium Ireland, Italy, France, Hebrew selections chosen by the
Yugoslavia and the United States
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; thev sang for Israelis who
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and villages to hear them. The
Israeli Committee for the 27 par
ticipating Choirs to sing enmasse
included VKibatsti, by Charles
Alexander; and Ashrei Ha.sh,
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to buy tickets which were at a by Messimow. Many_of par
premium; not even singing mem-
bers were permitted to purchase
them for relatives and friends.
Great, too, was the joy when
ticipating choir members spoke
only the language of their acropt-
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minorities. The three-day rioU in Cicero, Illinois, following the
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use of violence demonstrates the
the desperation of those who fear
that traditional methods of main-
taining inequality are no longer
adequate and that intimidation
and force must be employed to
defeat those who are determined
to affirm and win their full
rights as Americans.
The racist knows himself to be
In a comparable effort to en-
force better implementation of
state fair employment practices
legislation, the AJC has institut-
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experiences of law school grad-
uates. Lawyers have long been
alleged to be among the worst of
:he violators of state fair em-
ployment statutes. Young Jew-
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traditionally have "understood'
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jobs to certain non-Jewish firms.
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apparent from the undeniable en-
largement of opportunity for
members of minority groups in a ,
wide variety of fields, and even
more important, from the fact
that problems of civil rights have
come to occupy an increasingly
strategic and central position in
the thinking and in the attention
of the American people.
Substantial progress has been
recorded in securing equality of
opportunity in education. In 1948,
the American Jewish Congress
helped to draft and. through its
membership, was primarily in-
strumental in obtaining passage
of the Qninn-OUiffe Fair Educa-
tion Practices Law in the State
of New York. The law sought to
outlaw racial and religious quotas
in granting admission to colleges,
business and trade schools. But
it is never enough merely to pass
laws. Too often after legisla-
tures have acted, there occurs a
wide-spread relaxation, a pervas-
ive and enervating feeling that
everything necessary has been
done.
To counteract this tendency,
the American Jewish Congress,
following enactment of the
Qumn-Olliffe law, embarked on
a program to insure its enforce-
ment.
As a major step in this cam-
paign, the Commission on Law
and Social Action of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress has been
conducting a continuing survey
which has disclosed that through
the technique of the personal in-
terview many medical colleges
continued to discriminate against
Jewish applicants. The 1951 sur-
vey, based on experiences of pre-
medical students awarded state
scholarships, revealed that Jews
had roughly twice as difficult a
tune gaining admission into med-
ical schools as non-Jews with
identical academic histories.
The AJC studies are the first
to reveal and prove widespread
reliance upon the oral interview
as a method of ascertaining re-
ligion m applying discriminatory
quota policies. Most important
these surveys have penetrated the
wall of official apathy, within
the last year, the New York
Board of Regents announced that
it was launching its own investi-
gation into medical school ad-
missions practices. It is exoected
shortly, will prod the State Edu-
cation Department to seek out
r* ~tive enforcement
measures, now long overdue.
sort advertising prepared by
CLSA have revealed that hotels
in New York, New Jersey, Con-
necticut. Rhode Island and Massa-
chusetts openly flaunt state civil
rights laws. It was found in one
survey that advertising booklets
distributed by 49 resorts use the
formula "near Christian/ church-
es" as a disguised and indirect
means of restricting clientele.
On the basis of these studies,
complaints have been filed with
the Commissions Against Dis-
crimination in New York, New
Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecti-
cut and Rhode Island, urging fur-
ther investigation and appropri-
ate legal action.
Perhaps the most crucial fight
during the past year, however,
occurred not on the State level
but about the McCarran-Walter
Omnibus Immigration Bill, now
become law. Disguised as a mere
"codification" of the present law,
the McCarran-Walter Law intro-
duces into immigration preceed-
ings a series of new, highly in- r
flexible and arrogantly racist pro-1
visions. In testimony offered dur-1
ing Congressional hearings on
this legislation, AJC argued for
abolition of the 1924 national or-
igins quota system with its bias
against Southern and Eastern
Europe immigration and its flag-
rant endorsement of the principle
of Anglo-Saxon superiority.
Because of its forthright attack
upon the quota system and upon
the McCarran-Walter Bill, the
AJC and its president. Dr. Israel
Goldstein, were singled out for
special abuse by Representative
Francis Walter, one of the auth-
ors of the McCarran-Walter pro-
posal.
Despite the concerted effort of
civil groups across the country,
despite the valiant attempts of a
bloc of liberal Senators led by
Senators Hubert Humphrey and
Herbert Lehman and despite a
Presidential veto, McCarran's
forces in the Congress proved suf-
ficiently powerful to push his
bill through. Although enact-
ment of the bill seriously retarded
the campaign for just and equit-
able immigration laws, it has by
no means brought it to a halt. In
his veto message. President Tru-
man repeated the demand for
elimination of the discredited
quota system. It is expected that
legislation proposing the aboli-
tion of the national origins sys-
tem will be introduced during the
next session of Congress and that
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this time the debate will result
J a v,ctorv for humane immigra-
tion principles.
The McCarran-Walter Law is
but one of a series of current
legislative attempts to force this
country into an attitude of isola-
tionism and fear. The most rec-
ent of these proposals was Sen-
l-?eSOlUtJon 130 sPnsored by
effpr r JO*|n !ricker' whic". &
effect would have permanently
hamstrung attempts by the Unit-
ed States to become a party to
such undertaking as the UN Gen-
ocide Convention or Covenant on
Human Rights.
As the AJC pointed out durine
hearings before the Senate Ju-
diciary Committee, the Bricker
resolution represented a discord-
ant note of isolationism at the
very moment that the free na-
tions of the world were attempt-
ing to supplement a community
of arms with a more abiding com-
munity of purpose. Because of
the opposition sounded by organ-
izations like the AJC, further
consideration of Senate Resolu-
tion 130 was postponed, but it
may be expected that its spon-
sors will exert every effort to
revive it during the next session.
Finally, in testimony during
hearings conducted by the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Committee,
AJC warned against reckless a-
doption of a contractual agree-
ment with Western Germany
which would endow the Federal
Government at Bonn with com-
plete sovereignty and independ-
ence. Noting that the special
competency of the Jewish peo-
ple in this are had been dearly
bought, the AJC. the only Jewish
group to testify, counseled that
unless the proposed agreement
were accompanied by firm safe-
guards against a renascent and
re-emerging Nazism, the treaty
at best a calculated risk, would
prove an uncalculated disaster.
As one of its annual projects,
AJC in collaboration with the Na-
tional Association of Colored
People, publishes an evaluation
of advances in the field of civil
rights. The 1951 report reveals
a marked change from the en-
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years. The country has become
preoccupied with international
aggression and internal subvers-
ion. It has been far less con-
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taining and expanding those dem-'
ocratic freedoms and rights
which alone make that defense
meaningful and worthwhile.
The touchstone of progress is
the degree to which the actual
practice of racial and religious
discrimination and segregation is
abandoned. The elimination of
such discrimination is the most
direct approach to the goal of
full quality in a free society. To
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WALTER SCOTT'S HEROINE, REBECCA
259 N.W. 4th Street. Miami
Phone 2-3711
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ion Cob
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(Continued jrom Page 4 C) '
if she dared to be so bold. Then
she blurted out. "Please grand-
father. Forgive Aunt Shinah, be-
fore it is too late."
Shinah had married Dr. Nich-
olas Schuyler, a good friend of
George Washington. In spite of
the fact that Schuyler had an im-
peccable background, was an out-
standing man in his community,
the old man had pleaded with her
not to marry out of the faith.
Shinah had eloped with Dr.
Schuyler and the old man had
never seen her since.
The old man looked at the
child. 'I see. It means a great
deal to you," he said, and as if
to himself, "and so very much
to me. Tell Shinah to come."
Rebecca never had forgotten
how the old man had died in his
beloved daughter's arms. Now
she had this same problem to
face. Could she learn like Shinah
to live without her family .
would it not be wiser to live
without love?
Philadelphia began to buzz and
accept Samuel Ewing as her fu-
ture husband. Her own family
began to look questioningly at
her. And when he begged her
to set a wedding date, Rebecca
knew the time was at hand to
tell him of her decision. That she
would never marry him.
The decision must have cost a
great deal. There were to be
bleak hours and days when she
would wonder if ever again was
she to find love. Have the
warmth ef a home and family
like others. Rebecca never mar-
ried. Samuel Ewing did some
years later.
There was still a lifetime to be
lived. Rebecca decided to devote
her life to organizing charities for
the thousands of Polish and Rus-
sian Jews who were now finding
America a land of respite from
the European progroms. There
were then in existence no char-
itable organizations to provide
them with the food, clothes and
homes they needed. As years
went by, Rebecca founded the
female Hebrew Benevolent So-
ciety. The very first charitable
organization in America. Next
came the first Hebrew Sunday
School.
Rebecca became a woman who
lived to serve others. She raised
her sister's children. Made a
home for her brothers. And al-
ways there were the homeless
and the sick to whom she held
out the warm hand of charity.
She planted no seed of her
own. Still she achieved literary
immortality. For Walter Scott
impressed by the beautiful story
of her life, used her as the pat-
tern for gracious, compassionate
Rebecca of York in Ivanhoe.
Two years later, he sent the first
copy to Washington Irving ask-
ing, "How do you like your re-
becca?"
The lines that impressed Wash-
ington Irving most were Rebec-
ca's farewell speech to Rowena.
"Among our people since the
time of Abraham have been wom-
en who contributed their thoughts
to heaven and their actions to
works of kindness to men. Tend-
ing the sick, feeding the hungry
and relieving the distressed.
Among these will Rebecca be
numbered. Say this to thy Lord,
should He chance to inquire af-
ter the fate of her whose life He
saved."
This is my dear Rebecca", Irv-
ing whispered as he finished.
With these words, Walter Scott
has captured the very essence of
her noble life."
*
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FRIDAY, D
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GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER
PAINTING AND DECORATING
CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION
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12 Jews Win Seats
In Congressional Race
A News Feature
All ten Jewish members of the Reed's chairmanship, would de-
House of Representatives who f(nd the McCarran-Walter Im
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AND PATRONS
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MIAMI
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sought re-election emerged 6UC-
. i >-tul in the recent national elec-
tion campaign and will be joined
by two more Jewish members in
the 83rd Congress.
The death of Adolph J. Sabath.
dean of Congress, 48 hours after
his election to his 23rd term, re-
duced the Jewish delegation to
lew n the Mine number as s.it
in the 82nd Congress. The elev-
enth member of this latter group.
Representative Abraham A- Ribi-
<>ff of Connecticut, was not a
andid.ite for the House this year.
He sought election to the Sen-
ate on the Democratic ticket and
went down to defeat by a margin
of 31.000 votes, although he ran
81.000 votes ahead of Governor
Adlai Stevenon in the state.
The two new Congressmen are
Samuel N. Friedel. of Baltimore, a
Democrat, and Lester Holtzman,
a New York attorney who is be-
lieved to be the first Jew elected
to Congress from Queens Coun-
ty. Holtzman's election is being
migration Law "against attempts
|0 amend it. at least materially,"
when the anticipated fight against
the measure opens in January.
Senator Herbert H. Lehman, as a
result of Representative Ribicoff's
defeat in Connecticut, will remain
as the only Jew in the Senate. His
term runs until 1956, and he has
indicated in campaign speeches
that he will not seek reelection
then.
The Jewish delegation in the
lower House will be composed of
Arthur G. Klein. Emanuel Celler,
elected Attorney-General of Mas-
sachusetts.
In. Connecticut, where General
Eisenhower swept all posts into
Republican hands. Democratic
Party officials i m m e diately
launched a boom for Representa-
tive Ribicoff for Governor in 1954.
Ribicoff, who ran over 80,000
votes ahead of the Democratic
slate, was considered to have
made a remarkable demonstration
of vote-getting.
Abraham Multer. Sidney A. Fine,
challenged by his Republican op- Louis B Heller, Isadore Dollinger,
ponent and is subject to a re- 'and Lester Holtizman. Democrats,
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R. E. FOWLER
Painter and Decorator Auto Paint and Body Shop
1008 S.W. 67th Arenue. Miami. Florida Phone 87-0100
count.
Representative Jacob K. Javits,
of Mew York, will be the only
Jewish member of the majority
party in the new Congress. He
holds an assignment on the For-
eign Alfairs Committee of the
House. Representative Emanuel
Celler. also of New York, will lose
his chaumanship of the House
Judiciary Committee, key spot in
the anticipated fight against the
and Jacob K Javits, Republican,
all of New York; Sidney R. Yates,
Democrat of Illinois; Earl Chu-
doff. Democrat of Pennsylvania,
and Samuel N. Friedel, Demo-
crat, of Maryland.
General Eisenhower's landslide
victory caused political upsets in
many states and was a decisive
factor in at least ten other con-
gressional contests in which Jew-
ish candidates were unsuccessful-
McCarntn-Walter I m migration I ly involved,
and Naturalization Act. Jewish candidates also won
It was reported here that this | office in a number of local elec-
post may go to Chauncey W. tions as governors and state ad-
Reed. Illinois Republican. It pre-
Jicted that the committee, under
ministrations were elected in 29
states.
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142 W. Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
Phone 3-9228
HAPPY CHANUKA
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3420 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE 59131
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CACTUS LOUNGE
2041 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI PHONE 82 9495
Alfred E. Lyon, chairman of the Board of Philip Morris and
Company, wob recently presented with an engraved silver
plaque For His Inspiring Devotion To Humane Causes" by
the Tobacco and Allied Trades Division of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies in New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
Howard D. Cullman. chairman of the Port of New York Author-
ity, made the presentation. More than 350 leaders of the to-
^Cw'n, .f,rLcoended ,he dinner in "** to Lyon and in
beha ( of the 1952 S20.000.000 maintenance campaign to sup
Ens 11, M8 Ul h08pi,Ql" and ^'Se insti-
Dmne, P m'* '* SW B" Horwilz- chaan **
Samuel 1^' "T? S" CulIman' A,tred E" LYn <<*
Samuel J. S.lberman. of the Consolidated Cigar Corporation
chairman of the Division. <-rporauon.
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TED'S GROTTO RESTAURANT
FOR SPECIAL ITALIAN FOOD
Visit Our Burgundy Room For Special Occasions
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"25 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
HaPPY Chanuka
R H. Shaddifk
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IFRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1952
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MIAMI
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Atlantic Slipcover
Service
Service Phone 64-2522
2455 N.W. 54th ST.
MIAMI
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McAllister Barber
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McAllister
ARCADE
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greetings
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Co.
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1515 S.W.*67lh AVENUE
MIAMI. FLA.
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Phone 2-5197
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Stockholm news is that nr c< 1
famous Jewish scientist whWwoAta ^SUS Waksman. world-
cm has been hailed by cknttatT.? dlscoverV of streptomy-
ty throughout the age, haXoV ?T* COntributin to human-
for Medicine and Physiology ?W8rded this year's N<-< P"ze
^^SS^iSiiSp^ InS,itUtC f ^ ""^ersity of
ta2f fJrSt effCCtive anlib'tic
ound for use against tuberculos-
is. Dr. Waksman, who is to re-
ceive a cash prize of $33,200, was
chosen from among a list of out-
standing scientists throughout the
world whose names were sub-
mitted for consideration.
Born in the small Ukranian
town of Priluka in 1888, Waks-
irro.rTT, to tht' United States
n 1910. After acquiring the Eng-
lish language, he entered Rutgers
College of Agriculture in 1911
and thus started a scientific ca-
Selman Waksman
Wins Nobel Prize
reer that brought him personal
fame and inestimable service to
mankind.
He was graduated from Rut-
gers College in 1915, when he
started out on a search and re-
search for the lifesaving drug
which he was to perfect some
thirty years later.
Some years ago, he established
an endowment foundation from
the entire proceeds of the sale
of streptomycin and set up an
Institute of Microbiology at Rut-
gers University. He is the fourth
researcher and the second Jew to
win the Nobel prize in antibiotics.
The other Jewish scientist to win
that coveted prize was Dr. Ern-
est Boiis Chain, who shared the
award in 1945, with three other
researchists in antibiotics.
In the somewhat more than
fifty years since the establish-
ment of the Nobel Prize," there
have been 28 Jewish winners.
The greatest distinction came to
Jews in the field of medicine,
twelve of them having received
the Nobel Prize in Medicine, a-
mong them American-born Jos-
eph Erlanger, who received the
prize in 1944.
Jews also excelled in the field
of physics, with Professor Albert
Einstein as the outstanding the-
oretical physicists of all time.
There have been eight Jewish
winners of the Nobel Prize in
Physics. In the field of chem-
istry, there have been four Jew-
ish winners, all of them German-
born.
In the field of literature, there
were two Jewish winners of the
Nobel Prize, Paul Von Heyse, of
Germany, in 1910, and Henri
Bergson in 1927. There have also
been two Jewish winners of the
Nobel Peace Prize.
<^,*^''*Ar^ ISRAEL'S HIML MUSIC FESTIVAL
(Continued from Page 5C)
ed countries and few spoke He-
brew; Yiddish spoken by some
of the Americans and English was
not understood by the 3olgiuins
or Yugoslavs. Members of the
Irish Choir had typically Irish
faces; the Belgians had not a
trace of so-called "Jewish char-
acteristics".
All choirs rehearsed the He-
brew songs individually prior to
arriving on the ship. Shlomo
Kaplan, dynamic Israeli con-
1P
ductor, boarded the Israeli ship
at Marseilles, and until we reach-
ed Haifa, he rehearsed the choirs
en masse daily, with gruelling
precision. We reached the gates
of Jerusalem on the 15th day of
Abb (August 6th), and for the
first time, the sound and joy of
songs from the Diaspora were
beard in the Hills of Judaea. The
mass of singers ascended Mount
Herzl, and there the first broad-
cast in man's history was given
at Herzl's tomb.
Later that evening, the choirs
separated, and two concerts were
given in Jerusalem one at Zion
Hall, the other at Edison Hall.
Concerts were also given during
the Wine Festival at Zichron
Ya'acob located outside of Haifa.
It took more than an hour for
the choirs to climb on foot to the
top* of this mountain on winding,
dark, unknown roads. Many shall
never forget the view-on top. The
singing and dancing here lasted
well into the night. The eager
Israeli's had arrived long be-
fore we did, and there were well
over 50,000 of them. Reluctant to
go home, they cheered and ap-
plauded till it was almost dawn.
Several concerts were also giv-
en in Haifa, Kiryat Chaim, Ram-
at-Gan, various Kibutzim and for
the Army.
Together with the participating
Israeli Choirs, an unprecedented
concentrated mass of musical
wealth marked this first Music
Festival in Eretz Yisrael. With
a song on its lips the Jewish na-
tion builds and shapes its future,
and through the Jewish Choirs,
the Ani Maamin (I Believe) will
be heard from Israel, and the un-
ity of Jewish hearts througn the
medium of the Hebrew song will
bring nearer those from afar.
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REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT
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Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036
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fr
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S EA S O N'S GREETINGS
JACK'S
RBSTAITBAOT
1795 PURDY AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 58 9688
THE JEWS OP HOLLAND
fflSLSHSU*
(Ccntinued from Page 3C)
rcn had one or both parents and
1.720 were full orphans of war.
Of the latler. 419 have become
of age and are on their own; 301
have gone abroad, the majority
to Israel and the United States.
and is observing of the Holidays
in order to stimulate their inter-
est in Jewish life.
Other and more knotty prob-
lems still remain for the Jewish
community. Today a major prob-
lem is one which concerns the
428 children who live in Gentile
.. ____. ..,;ik'428 children who live in Gentile
,n some exceptional cases with furroundmgi ,n di8tan| vi,Uges
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Christian families who emigrated.
Of the remaining 1.000, 428 are
still with Gentile foster families
or in non-Jewish institutions; 474
are living with Jewish families,
relatives or foster families, and
98 are in Jewish homes. These
latter children are distributed to-
and who are difficult to reach.
Some have Jewish contacts but
they are very few. Wherever
possible the Jewish Welfare Ag-
ency sees that children are taught
Hebrew and given religious in-
struction. Chanuka gifts are dis-
tributed each year. Among this
group, some foster parents ap
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KNOWN fROM COAST TO COAST
136 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
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day in a home for older boys; a piove of the contact, others tol-
transitional home where children erate it, and some resent it, the
await their final destination; and majority being Catholics,
two homes in the country. Psychiatrists today are study -
The larger one of these is Berg- jng individual cases in order to
stichting at Laren where there prognosticate future trends of
are about 70 childrn. It is one of these children, for not only are
they orphans, but in addition they
v^^V^ are Jewish and have suffered
traumatic experiences in having
been uprooted twice, or more,
in hiding, and then again upon
being reclaimed by the Jewish
community. These repeated sep-
arations are the main causes for
their maladjustment. However,
it would seem that the children
who originally spent their first
four to six years with their own
well adjusted parents will be
able to overcome these traumatic
experiences. A very serious prob-
lem arises in those cases where
. the children are not accepted as
the most outstanding institutions I Jewish by the Christian foster
m Holland. Comprised of several parents with whom they contin-
cottages, it is administered as
nearly as possible like normal
homes with a home-like atmos-
phere. The children receive a
great deal of affection from the
cottage parents. The older child-
ren go to school on their bicycles
just as all Dutch children do, tak-
ing the very young along with
them, riding in front or in back,
while other young children ac-
company on their scooters. The
assistant at Bergstichting is an
Israeli who had previously train-
ed in Holland.
The Jewish community of Hol-
land, depleted as it is today, is
faced with the problem of ob-
taining Jewish leaders, cottage
parents, and counselors for its
homes. It must of necessity em-
ploy non-Jewish administrators.
The director of the home for old-
er boys. 16 of them, in the city of
Amsterdam is a very fine and
understanding non-Jew who
makes every effort to bring
whatever Jewish influence he can
into their lives. He encoyrags
them in their Hebrew studies,
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ue to live. Out of loyalty the
children try hard to conform to
their religious ways and are liv-
ing behind a disturbing and false
facade.
On* cannot (peak of these in-
nocent children, bewildered, mal-
adjusted and tortured in mind
and spirit without mentioning the
case of Anna Frank who lived in
hiding, with her family and a few
friends for two years before they
were deported by the Germans.
She died before she was 18 years
of age, just before the liberation.
Her precious diary which she
regarded as a dear friend, is a
moving document and sensitive
analysis of adolescent develop-
ment under crushing and abnorm-
al circumstances. Her will to live
and to create was indomitable.
With it she conquered the suffo-
cating indignities of the daily life
of her unnatural existence. More
than that, her diary is an indict-
ment by innocence and youth a-
gainst the most brutal and wan-
ton destruction of life ever perpe-
trated by man in his laborious
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Continuous EntarkdiaM
Phone 9-9426
1440 Biscayne Blvd.
conform* in ~-v ------ I"-" "' man in nis laooi
contorms_to_ Jewish ceremonies.; struggle towards civilization.
GREETINGS
Frank
Fischer
Steal Exactor Inc.-
5700 N.E. 2nd AVENOI
PHONE 84-1834
COMPLETE DINNERS
with a Urge variety of ftrt*
FROM 11.20
Jerry's Restaurant
DINNER INCLUDES' Cnoici'-
tiaar. Salad, VejetJbte. CW
Daaaart, Baxf'O'
> Parking Opt" f
Air-Conditioned
. Bjr th< \ I""-' .
SorvlnR Thr Po. i I l"- "
3th Street and LeJtuniW
Phone 64-5341
Iarael Miniatar of Police Behor Sitr. n~*\ ._
GREETINGS
W SX. Btacarne Boulevard. Miami Florida
Serving: -
"" M"KFAST lNCHEON >~ 75.
DINNER from 1.00
Open Daily 7 am. to I am.
GREETINGS
Caimv
AUTO TAG
AGENCY
6001 N.W. 7th AVE


)AY, DECEMBER 12, 1952
GREETINGS TO ALL
Florida Gas
Corporal ion
"BLUE FLAME
G A S '
[640C N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 89-1673
****lsli ncrMiari
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TQ ALL
>.W.McCOY,lnc.
REAL ESTATE
In All Its Broad**
1549 S. W. 8lh Street
Phone 9-2245
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
It's a Pleasure to Extend
GREETINGS
ON CHANUKA
TYCOON
ITACKLE SHOP. Inc.
400 S.W. 22nd Avenue
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
Iliseayne Tire
and Serviee
TEXACO PRODUCTS
LUBRICATION OILS
1001 N.E. 1st Are.
Phone 2-7227
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
r<> Our Many Jewish Friend*
Knd Patrons ... -
IY MARKS & CO.
120 N. W. 2nd Street
PJ^To yeaS' SSSjfS-iS America for the
of Mathematics at the Hebrew Uni^^u"- Fraenkel- Professor
Israel Scout AssociaUoTas a deW ,u 1 Si tf- *." SCnt here the
to the Boy and Girl Scouts of Amenca0 na' YUng Judaea and
and Ge^^renSrbZCvT FraCnkel Said- "<* *** French
J,e/w?.hmS^my Hfe ln the new
Her eyes sparkled as she spoke
enthusiastically of developments
here. Of equal significance to
the young delegate for Israel's
ultimate stabilization are the cul-
tural and spiritual additions cur-
rently being made to the scientif-
ic and industrial upbuilding pro-
grams.
"We need these more than is
popularly imagined." Miss Fraen-
kel said. "Our immigrant camps
are now filled with shattered
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A Jewish Floridian News Feature
Europeans and Near Easterners
who require a decided motivat-
ing force in the direction of self-
sustaining existence."
In this regard, Miss Fraenkel
spoke of the importance of Am-
erican Jewish participation.
"Young, healthy Americans with
technical and cultural back-
grounds can help us immeasur-
ably." she noted. "We do not ask
that they come and live in Israel
permanently, but we do hope for
one and two-year sojourns in our
camps, factories and schools as a
means of bringing your coun-
try's vitality and hope to our
land."
As an aside, the young woman,
who is supervisor of schools and
chief scout of Jerusalem, men-
tioned the recent difficulties "re-
garding the attitude toward Jews
residing outside of Israel.
"I think it is an old fashioned
notion," she said, "that Jews, in
order to be good Jews, must mi-
grate to Israel. Certainly, were
such a supposition accepted and
fulfilled, it would be disastrous
for the new state. We do not
have enough room for them, and
besides, the concept of a good
Jews depends little on the con-
cept of Israeli citizenship."
She explained anxiously that
those concerned with Judaism
and Israel must seek their ulti-
mate perpetuation and fulfill-
ment in more practical ways.
"American Jews, for example,"
Miss Fraenkel said, "must be
more considerate of their tra-
dition and heritage. They must
cherish it. become a living part
of it and instill it as an integral
function of the nation's youth. It
is there that you frighteningly
miss the boat."
How can American Jewry, she
wondered, expect to capture
something of the hope and en-
couragement that are so basic to
this nation's fabric when it ig-
nores Judaism at large? "Juda-
ism." she added, "is no social
game. It is a palpable force that
must ever be felt and partici-
pated in."
A member of the faculty of
Beth HaKeren, the Hebrew Uni-
versity model experimental
school, Miss Fraenkel will remain
in America for another year to
help motivate many of this coun-
try's youth groups from which
must inevitably stem, by inte-
gration, a good deal of Israel's
future strength.
GREETINGS
i
tAiisevra
MOTOR INN
AUTO REPAIRS
Phone 2-3586
502 N. E. 2nd Avenue
*
W. C. "Bill"
LANTAFF
Youx Conoreman
The Winer Brothers, National Plastic Products Company, Od-
enton, Maryland, and Harry Levine, president of the Common-
wealth Plastics Corporation, Leominster, Massachusetts, have
announced the formation of the United Saran Corporation,
Ltd., of Rehovoth, Israel. The newly formed corporation has
been granted a license by the Dow Chemical Company, Mid-
land, Michigan, manufacturers of the basic material from
which saran fibers are made. The granting of this license
marks the beginning of a new basic industry in Israel. When
completed, this will be the home of the Corporation. Machin-
ery for it is beina shipped from the United States.__________
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
8
Southeastern Smelting
Mfg. Co.
5420 N. W. 37th Avenue
Hialeah, Florida
TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
Crane Tile Company
EXPERT WORKMANSHIP
3492 N.W. 7th STREET
PHONE 64-8742
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Sherrard* Restaurant
6742 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-3185
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
COMPLETE PAINTING CO.
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
19 N.E. 28th Street, Miami Phone 9-7902
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
TASTY BAKE SHOP
OUR PRODUCTS ARE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY
WE USE THE FINEST INGREDIENTS ONLY
620 N.W. 27th Avenue. Phone 64-2361
2151 S.W. 8th Street. Phone 9-8570
SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
i iiii G. on: i smi
PAINTING AND DECORATING
1658 N.W. 19th Street
Phone 3-6833
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
W. G. ROE
PAINTING and DECORATING
2245 S.W. 24lh Terrace. Miami Phone 4-6897
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Monahan's Electric Co., Inc.
Electrical Contractors
4050 N.W. 29th STREET
MIAMI
PHONE 64-0251
GREETINGS
|karamoant
Soda Shop
243 East FV^kr Stel
Miand. Florida
: ^x** 34144
To All Greetings
WESTERS MEAT CO^ 1KC.
WHOLESALE HOME FREEZE

2122 N. W. 7th AVE.
MIAMI
SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
HARRY KLEIN
Painting Contractor Established 1925
All Branches of Puinting and Decorating
853 S.W. 14th Avenue. Miami
Phone 2-6358
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Adams Glass Serviee
Safety Auto Glass Our Specially Install*d While You Wait
IS 19 PURDY AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 58-0851


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+Je#istincr*Mar
GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE
NEWS TOWER GRILL
"WE AIM TO PLEASE"
Lunches Sandwiches Soft Drinks
IN THE NEWS TOWER
Miami Tile Distributors Inc.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
Architectural Glazed Clay Wall Tile
Willette China and Chro.xe Accessories
Ceramic Floor Tile
Alabama Marble
Terrazzo Machines and Supply
2C4 N.E. 59ih Terrace
Ph. 14 6673
GREETINGS
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
510 Langford Bid*.
PHONE 9-4747
FOLLOW THE CROWD
COTTAGE8
THE COCKALORUM
RESTAURANT & BAR
OPEN
8:30 A.M. to 4:00 AM.
Phone 81-67190
13501 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami 38. Florida
GREETINGS
FRIDAY
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
203 First Federal Bldg.
PHONE 3-77M
ALL FLORIDA SURETY COMPANY
409 BISCAYNE BUILDING
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
HAPPY CHANUKA
L L POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
1659 Lenox Avenue
rMealM
Amassbador McDonald, .Manischewitz Meet
\ula*s
Yacht Basiii
1884 N. W. North River
Drive
Phone 2-3067
1
DR. W. H. ELLIS
S9 N.E. 13th Street
Miami. Fla.
PHONE 3-3453
GREETING!
JOHN A. MATTHEW*!
MIAMI. FLA.
TO ALL ... THE SEASOKJ
BEST WISHES
Aeolite Seei
Sign to.
404 S.W. 3rd Aw.
PHONE 2-0152
Bond
Transfer Co., Ik,
Tracking
1944 N. W. 7th Avem
PHONE 2-3144
Dr. lames G. McDonald (left), first US Ambassador to Israel and author ol My Mission In
Israel chat, with Bernard Manischewitz. president of the famous matzo-bakinq firm, at a
recent reception for Dr. McDonald in the Manischewitz home. Durina the reception, it was
announced that the B. Manischewitz Company, with the cooperation'of the American Asso-
23r ,hl !l Ed4u~,on' Presenting copies of Dr. McDonald's popular volume on fe-
rae! to the libraries of Hebrew schools throughout the country
EGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
1215 N.W. 21si SL
Washing end PolUliinj Lubrication Batleriea Tlree
Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery
71st Street Service Station
H. GOLDMAN
SHELL SERVICE
337 71st Street Miami Beach
Phone M-S170
TO ALL GREETINGS
JEFFERSON CONSTRUCTION CO.
General Contractors
3128 CORAL WAY. MIAMI. FLA.
Buell S. Hunsberger. Local Manager
Main Office: 75 First Street. Cambridge, Mass.
GREETINGS
BRADLEY
I'l I MltlM, CO.
"Hialeah's Quality Plumbers"
P. O. Box 732
Hialeah. Florida
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 88-1516
BRADLEY GEISSINGER
CALL 2-4788
YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS
BRIDGES TRANSFER CO.
46 N.W. 7th Street Phone !
MIAMI BEACH
NATIONAL BANK
1651 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
ELSASSER'S
HARDWARE & PAINTS
621 N.E. 127th Street
North Miami. Fla.
Phone 89-4033 .
KEYS and LOCKS
GARDEN EQUIPMENT
k FERTILIZERS
With Best Wishes For A
Happy Holiday
Season
Collins Glass and
Mirror Co.
453 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7697
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Ben W. Silvermon and Milford S. Purcel of
C0PLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO, H
3120 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone W|
Wholesale Plumbing Fixtures
I Briaas Beauty ware Plumbing Fixtures Eljer Plumbing
CHANUIA GREETINGS TO ALL
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bonk"
(Member ol F.D.I.C.)
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Telephone 884431


fewiislUEIliDiriidliiauD
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, !S52
SEC. D
he Sabbath
Its Meaning For
Modern Man
by Dr. Abraham
J. Heschel
civilization is man's conquest of space.
ph frequently achieved by sacrificing an
ingredient of existence, namely, time. In
|j,l civilization we extend time to gain space.
Ian.', our power in the world of space is our main
h,. Yrt to have more does not mean to be more.
U-t-r '' attain in the world of space terminates'
h the borderline of time. But time is the heart
k
[gain control of the world of space is certainly
ks. The danger begins when in gaining
[ in the realm of space we forfeit all aspirations
(realm of time. There is a realm of time where
is i, it to have but to be, not to own but to
> control but to share, not to subdue but to
.1 Life goes wrong when the control of
quisition of things of space, becomes our
incern.
Ming of the Sabbath is to celebrate time
pace. Six days a week we live under the
h. thinga of space; on the Sabbath we try to
lied to holiness in time. It is a day on
Jwe are called upon to share in what is eternal
L turn from the results of creation to the
nation; from the world of creation to the
bn f the world.

i ..:. ...,nts to enter the holiness of the day must
Ly down the profanity of clattering commerce,
Jng yoked to toil. He must go away from the
i, lisa mint days, from the nervousness and
[: lisitiveneas and the betrayal in embezzling
Jn life, He must say farewell to manual work
tarn to understand that the world has already
< I ,,nd will survive without the help of man.
k we wrestle with the world, wringing
-.he earth; on the Sabbath we especially
s.cd of eternity planted in the soul. The
J has ur hands, but our soul belongs to Someone
[Six days a week we seek to dominate the world.
th day we try to dominate the self.
1 ol God denoted the seven'.h day: He rest-
I i d and He hallowed the seventh day (Gen-
!.: To the prohibition of labor is. therefore,
i ssing of delight and the accent of sanctity.
bnlj Ihe hands of man celebrate the day. the
lie soul keep the Sabbath. One does not
I: it in the same manner in which one talks of
Ages, the "underlying principle was that
I always be absolute, and that the lov< t
;ht and act should on all occasions corres-
most extreme feelings or sentiments or
_ p ssible for a lover."
[i word that is seldom said, a word for an
lin -t too deep to be expressed: the love of
I The word is rarely found in our litera-
yel : r more than two thousand years the emo-
Jtilled our songs and moods. It was as-if a whole
9 in love with the seventh day. Much of
>int m only be understood as an example of love
d to the extreme. As in the chivalric poetry on
weekdays. Even thinking of business or labor should
be avoided.
*
What is so luminous about a day? What is so prec-
ious to captivate the hearts? It is because the seventh
day is a mine where spirit's precious metal can be
found with which to construct the palace in time, a
dimension in which the human is at home with the
divine: a dimension in which man aspires to approach
the likeness of the divine.
For where shall the likeness of God be found? There
is no quality that space has in common with the es-
sence of God. There is not enough freedom on the top
of the mountain: there is not enough glory in the sil-
ence of the sea. Yet the likeness of God can be found
in time, which is eternity in disguise.
For all the idealization, there is no danger of the
idea of the Sabbath becoming a fairy-tale. With all the
romantic idealization, the Sabbath remains a concrete
fact, a legal institution and a social order. There is no
danger of its becoming a disembodied spirit, for the
spirit of the Sabbath must always be in accord with
actual deeds, with definite actions and abstentions. The
real and the spiritual are one, like body and soul in a
living man. It is for the law to clear the path; it is for
the soul to sense the spirit.
To observe the Sabbath is to celebrate the corona-
tion of a day in the spiritual wonderland of time, the
air of which we inhale when we "call it a delight."
Unlike the Day of Atonement, tne Sabbatn is not
dedicated exclusively to spiritual goals. It is a day of
U] as well as of the body; comfort and pleasure
Bre an integral part of the Sabbath observance. Man
in his entirety, all his faculties must share its blessing.
y prince ma once sent into captivity and compelled
rude and illiterate peopte.
|Md bVi and h [anguished with longing I t
[father, tor his.native land. On, I
. cached him in which his father p
him back to the e, urging him not to
incely manner. Great was the Joy of the
, .,, celebrate the day. But no
S^JSi^fSSS alone. So he invited the people
', hlwal tavern and ordered ample food and drinks
5 oniem t was a sumptou. feast, and they were
r n if ,,, icin- the people because of the drinks
1,11, It orinV.. ant oTpaUo.of hi, return to the pal-
,;ed^ePScannTcei5>rate alone. J.^
f : i n,rt ke in the rejoicing of the Sabbath.
betovitedtonartokewu > between the
I and t "he' day. Of .he week? When a day
the hours are blank, and un-
e ,, them, they remain without
. km. I, in I '?
'' '
character. The hours or the seventh clay are significant
in themselves; their significance and beauty do not de-
pend on any work, profit or progress we may achieve.
They have the beauty of grandeur.
Beauty of grandeur, a crown of victory, a day of
rest and holiness ... a rest in love and generosity, a
true and genuine rest, a rest that yields peace and ser-
enity, tranquility and security, a perfect rest with
which Thou are pleased.
What does the word "Sabbath" mean? According to
some it is the name of the Holy One. Since the wj>rd
Shabbat is a name of God, one should not mention it
in unclean places, where words of Torah should not be
spoken. Some people were careful not to take it in
vain.
The differences between the Sabbath and all other
days is not to be noticed in the physical structure of
things, in their special dimension. Things do not change
on that day. There is only a difference in the dimension
of time, in the relation of the universe to God. The
Sabbath preceded creation and the Sabbath completed
creation; it is all of the spirit that the world can bear.
Once a rabbi was immured by his persecutors in a
eve, where not a ray i f light could reach him, so that
he knew not when it was day or when it was night.
Nothing tormented him so much as the thought that
he was now hindered 'from celebrating the Sabbath
with song and prayer, as he had been wont to do from
his youth. Beside this an almost unconquerable desire
to smoke caused him much pain. He worried and re-
proached himself" that he could not conquer this pas-
sion. All at once, he perceived that it suddenly van-
ished: a voice said within him: "Now it is Friday even-
ing: For this was always the hour when my longing
for that which is forbidden on the Sabbath regularly
left me." Joyfully he rose up and with loud voice
thanked GoS and blessed the Sabbath day. So it went
on from week to week; his tormenting desire for to-
bacco regularly vanished at the incoming of each Sab-
bath.
Six evenings a week we pray: "Guard our going
out and our con i"; on the Sabbath evening we
i: -Embrace us with a tent of Thy peace."
Upon returning home from synagogue we intone the
song:
Pence be to you.
Angels of Peace
The seventh day sings. An old allegory asserts:
"When Adam saw the majesty of the Sabbath, it* great-
ness and glorv. and the joy it conferred up .n all beings
he intoned a song of praise for the Sabbath day as if
to give thanks to the Sabbath day. Then God said to
him- Thou singest a s-ng of praise to the Sabbath day.
; nd singest none to Me. the God of the Sabbath? There-
upon the Sabbath rose from its seat, and prostrated
herself before God, saying: It is a good thing to give
thanks unto the Lord. And the whole of creation add-
ed: And to sing praise ur.*. i Thy Name, O Most High.
The Sabbth teaches all beings whom t praise.


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TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
0. J. BANK
RADIOS and APPLIANCES
TELEVISION REPAIRS SALES & SERVICE
15 N.W. LeJEUNE ROAD Phone 48-9664
SEASON'S GREETINCS TO Ml OUR FRIES:
I In- linlr Bakerv
BREAD CAKES PIES*
6815 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami Phone 7-3400
School Children OfT^
SEASONS GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRJtXDS
PALM RESTAIRWT
EXCELLENT FOOD
1610 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach Phone 58-2204
HUNTER LYON, INC.
901 So. Miami Ave. 3-3331
INSURANCE
TM I
MIRACLE WEDGE
Overhead Door Company of Miami, Inc.
Miami 38. Florida
SALE SERVICE INSTALLATION
7111 Biscayne Blvd. Telephone 78-5513
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FR1E\DS
AL SMIK'S PAINT STORE
Sherwin Williamr Paints
688 N.E. 125lh Street. North Miami Phone 84-5383
By ADA OREN
In i
TEl, AVIVFollowing Ok I
pering-off of immigration, ale-
py ichool enrolln i nt under
mpulsory education law of I
I960, will now rise only about j
28 p( r cant 8 year.
Israel's Arabs have more i
children per family and the per-
centage of school children reach-
ed 16 per cent of the population.
against 1.2 per cent under the
Mandate. This figure represents
an estimated 75 per cent of all
children in the age group con-
cernedmore than in the most
progressive Arab country. Arab
children who are not in school arc
mainly village girls, but one Arab
girl to every two boys already
attends school against a maxi-
I mum of one girl to every five
buys under the Mandate. Only
i Beduins still object to this in-
novation.
Jewish school attendance is
more or less full in the lower
grades, but not in the higher
grades in cities. In the Maabaroth
it may fall as low as 35 per cent.
There are as yet no comprehens-
ive provisions for enforcing at-
tendance.
The recurrent failure of many
parents to register five-year-olds
for one year of compulsory kin-
dergarten greatly eased the un-
sunr.ountable task imposed on
local authorities by the Knesset
n on the introduction of
this innovation, which is consid-
ered essential not only for im-
migrant children in view of the
vi country-wide housing
shortage. More regretted is the
a- yet qply 25 per cent, and at
that desultory, attendance at the
nominally compulsory bul in fact
not yet sufficient night schools
for teenagers who did not com-
plete their elementary education.
Children in backward areas are
: n attracted to school by the
very cheao meals provided to
m arly half the school population.
UNICEF recently acceded to the
[i ae] Government's request to
divert the funds, which it hither-
to allocated for the supply of
milk or cocoa, to a similar num-
ber of often undernourished chil-
dien, to the purchase for Israel
of pasteurization equipment; but
no funds are as yet available to
comply with UNICEF's condition
that local factors takes over its
original work. y
Classroom equipment of all
kinds continue in very short sup-
ply, with children in new neigh-
borhoods often without benches,
seats and sharing outdated text-
books not yet rewritten foi lack
of paper.
M3ny Schools conduct classes
in two shifts, and some tempor-
arily in three, in spite of the
great progress in the erection of
new buildings. Sometimes school
is held in wooden huts and even
tents. Borrowing from the Gov-
ernment's development budget
having proved insufficient, most
larger communities are now fi-
nancing schoolbuilding by loans,
parents' subscriptions to which
are often semi-compulsory.
Schooling expenses beside the
free tuition are covered to a
great extent by special foes lev-
ied by municipalities, some of
whom apply pressure in order to
collect more than the Ministry
of Education can be expected to
approve. Development towns
with populations still largely de-
pendent on public works, unin-
corporated immigrant suburbs
and settlements and Arab vil-
lages, where the Government at
first bore most education costs
directly, are slow to accept the
financial responsibility involved
autonomy
entra.^
am..... "A" dUb
amount- to 25
Ptrcsjt,
"cation cvn/r, "*
cr** 5 P"cen JfJ
1 The con,,^
UASOHS GREETINGS To ALL OUR FR1EXDS
San Regis Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge
Phone 7-0487
6815 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
WARD PAVING CO.
_____ CONTRACTORS
STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS
1731 N. W. 541* Street Phon# sj.sjh
MIAMI
SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OLR FR1E\D
TOMMY'S ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
1211 71st STREET. MIAMI BEACH pHONE 862366
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
ALEXANDER D. SMITH
Real Estate
382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables Phone 83-5213
and
3365 S. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 9-7651
'man,,a, le.po^
r)" "f most op
Strikes by teachen
full gVn
us.
Since the teacher^,
entry turned do,, j
"nt s appeal for .'
crease of working
years, the recent
grade school hour, bi
Patent will hardly J
severe teacher short*!
ates of emergency ^
already comprise 35
the faculty, so \0WnT
that the main empia
on raising then: agai
dates with a good _
tion remains scarce. 1
Funds were allocate
for I;.. ... ;,
manent teachen sen
Arab teachers. Theyt
ual pay as of 195l', tJ
yet not entitled to
employees' benefits.
Teachers Union, to lj
are affiliated, did not u
the recent dismissal oil
I them petent or 1
1 able a decision den
; against in N.^areth byi
1 adults undi r the ausp.
Communist Petty.
Enorn ou
cation sti ms from toe
: approved "tr< r.:" systeaT]
I provide.- lor four pea
l of publicly tr
sory schools in acco
the choice of the pis
local authunUes, who
brunt of its impact at si
resented on the caadj
advises the govemusli
implementation of the 1 .
Premier Ben-Gunon Hi
to favor a unitied svstusi
schools giving parents ij
of religious or secular (
the latter possibly split I
labor and non-labor varieta
' very popular c^mpromisf
j acceptable to so many]
I that the Knesset ma/
to resort to doubtful-
get the Speaker to rule <
order an opposition motf
a vote on it by roll dl
main opposition to all;
to unify even religious e
is the Agudah. wind I
disrupted the governrnrtj
tion in protest agai
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[a Sch.ck (left), world renowned pediatrician, was honored by the College of Medicine
Led by Yeshiva Umvemty at a dinner in New York on Sunday. November 23rd on
tas.on of his 75th bulhday. Dr. Schick is world famous for his discovery of the Schick
[determine susceptibihty to diphtheria and his pioneer work on child nutrition and in
U diseases. Planners for the tribute were Samuel S. Schneierson, (seated left) Dinner
r,ee ^SE^vS1d member of the Board of New York's Mount Sinai Hospital; Dr.
h*w'' 1935 /l"2!. WU1,n!!v m ?^'CiPe and Physio'gy (right); Dr. Murray H. Bass,
tint Sinai Hospital (standing left); and Dr. Samuel Z. Levine. chief of Pediatrics Cornell
rsity Medical College (right). A $25,000,000 National Campaign headed by New York
attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein is now under way for the College of Medicine
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irion Appeals To Hadassah
|lOIT (JTA) Israel Pre- |
jvid Bm-Gurion appealed
fcsly to the Hadassah Con-
i here to raise the position
Zionist movement in the
[states as an "educational
(ding factor in Jewry." In
to the Convention, the
Premier defined the mis-
Zionism in the following
nrich the lives of Jewry
|lly and spiritually with its
and the teachings of the
its and inclulate the whole
I with Zionist truth.
Bive youth a Hebrew edu-
|that will connect it to its
past and its eternal Bib-
hheritance so as to be a
[link with the revival of
independence on its own
Promote a Chalutz move-
nong youth and make the
pourageous and adventur-
the highest sense of the
share personally in the
rebirth of a nation and
eland in many ways simil-
hat wrought by American
rs some generations ago.
^Gurion said that the im-
htation of this program
| for a unification of all Zi-
sections in the United
without affecting the spe-
rojects or the autonomous
of each separate Zionist
(He paid tribute to Hadas-
nedical activities in Israel,
led this year with the
breaking for the medical
in Jerusalem.
difficult period in which
!." the Premier said, "calls
dassah, without diminishing
lesent efforts, to pioneer in
fields of activity. Fortun-
I for us, Hadassah is rich in
leadership, well qualified to edu-
cate and guide, and Hadassah
must play a leading role in initi-
ating the integration and
strengthening of the Zionist
movement in America."
Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn, of
New York, was re-elected na-
tion president of Hadassah at the
concluding session of the Con-
vention which adopted a record
$9,000,000 budget for 1952-53. It
was also announced that the or-
ganization had sold to date $10.-
000,000 worth of Israel Bonds,
and that bond-selling activities
would be speeded up to reach the
organization's goal of $30,000,000
by 1954.
Declaring that the failure of the
United States to ratify the Geno-
cide Convention of the United
Nations was "inconsistent with its
position of moral leadership a-
mong the free nations of the
world," the Convention urged
"the bringing to the floor of the
Senate of the Genocide Conven-
tion for its prompt ratification."
Another resolution urged Con-
gress to appropriate sufficient
funds for the Point Four pro-
gram and "to technical assistance
programs through the United Na-
tions so that economic aid will
be given to building up those ar-
eas of the world whose popula-
tion suffers from disease and
hunger, thus removing the caus-
es of discontent and the tendency
of these people to look for pan-
aceas to bring about a better way
of life that often lead to en-
slavement."
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(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
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UNITED NATIONS All that the Israeli delegation" "here"
knows about the moves for a Palestine peace settlement which have
been widely reported in the American press is what has appeared
in the newspapers. As a delegation spokesman said: "We can only
judge by what the Arabs do here, and they haven't given any sign
of being in a more conciliatory frame of mind."
At the same time.'the Israelis feel that the Arab stand has been
no worse at this Assembly than at any previous one, despite the
outrageous attempt to blackmail Western Germany into denouncing
the treaty of reparations. The Arabs are making use of the United
Nation! in the way they have always made use of it, for local po-
litical purposes, and their statements here represent no substantive
change in their attitude.
The British, who are most anxious to see a Palestine peace set-
tlement, and say so quite frankly, are not inclined to pay much at-
tention to the fulmination of the Arab delegates here. Perhaps they
are being too hopeful, but they say they find encouragement in. the
fact that most of the Arab states supported the resolution on the
Palestine refugees which, besides raising the amount of money to
be used for relief purposes, would continue the plan for resettle-
ment. Only Iraq abstained on this proposal.
It is quite typical that the Arabs should refer to these reports
on peace moves as "stories planted by the Jews." One of them
even went so far as to say: This sort of thing has been done a hun-
dred times before, and it won't work." If there was any need for
further proof that these Arab delegates do not want a peace settle
ment under any circumstances, it is provided by these comments
However, the final decision on this matter does not rest with this
ill-assorted crew of politicians and Nazi sympathizers who repre-
sent the Arab states at this Assembly.
The. peace reports are based on" the Western diplomats' view
th.it General Eisenhower will be able to bring about a peace settle-
ment in the Middle East more easily than President Truman because
of the latter s committment over the partition of Palestine "and the
distrust in which he is held in Arab circles. The American dele!
?h.*r.n'e r3" i Sa>' an>lh'ng abUt this: thev know as about
J fu p,ans as anyone at the United Nations. Their ignor-
~mhi I "CXt Administration,s P''cy is one reason why this As-
fronung ft* m an Apparently. General Eisenhower does not intend to make any
commmments until after his inauguration, so move toward a Pal-
estine peace settlement would not occur until the spring as the
n2 V?^ here iS that G*neraI Na*uib- th* Egyptian Pre?
ZZ'J0 d t ,h mOSt Uke,y Arab lead" to ta*e the first step
towards an agreement once the Republicans are in power
However, the Israeli delegation is doubtful if any fruitful con-
SiS'lhT'CiSS0? 8S f,ar 3S a *"* Wmenyt K5S-Sl
Y^rk In fact .h' '"e Conc,1,at'n Commission's presence in New
lTkelv that S; 5 Very presen~of this commission makes it un-
I2h t t mVeS wh,ch would have to be most secret
would take place here. The view of most diplomats here is tha
the preliminary talks between Israelis and Arab"on t emen
hav^Tn, key l CUr in 3 EurPean-capital where both o SSi
have diplomatic representation.
Z'ln ,hc <8J
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just published by |
The Magic Cmw
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eni,-J<'Wsasanon^
respondent for the \
He reveals the i
Ve and politics]
which made jt n^
the operation secret,
l'f -He gives a 4
colorful cye-witna,
the primitive Yemeni
nce the Dark .CJ
abject existence o(7
the ruling Moslems"
treated at inferior
Jews who, even ,
Umes. were forbiddell
donkeys or horses l
houses higher than thcJ
neighbors and who ^3
forced to walk to the!
Moslem He de
vividly how these Je
ed by nothing but the |
the day of the Mesial
rived, undertook the ,
journey on foot throufkf,
of the Yemen to the I
tectorate of Aden, in |
get to Israel ... The |
for weeks and son
months, through
country, and nobodyi_
many people died I
. But after beinij
all their possessions, i
"special taxes" to vi
after suffering from I.,
eases and from serious i
tion, most of them In
Aden There, on t.
the Arabian desert,
picked up by planes
Americans and final..
JDC and set down at
later in modern Israel. I
not only 1,600 miles.
centuries of time ..]
never seen airplanes
lives, they firmly belie*
prediction of the Bible I
day Jews would be i
the "wings of eagles-
Exodus back to the
rael Barer tells i__
the American fliers ril
out Operation Magic Cl
feelings of these non-Jti
ers for the hungry, sicki
naked Jews going to i
freedom in Israel and L
State Department in WJ
at one time disapproved!
operation ... The book s|
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written with great em*
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'S
,!,.:. Jewish Tl*KraphlP
f^gtacy. Inc.)
Vmt CBS and CBS-TV
|0r studio One, People's
,and In The First Per-
L up wit" ambition to
spent his high school
summer vacations
ch (Minpanies in New
aois and Massachusetts
I, c ne to the realiza-
he was at best only a
actor. Following hjs
[n from Colgate Univer-
i decided to try his hand
IK went to work for
kew York where in three
[climbed from page boy
might be called a tele-
meer, for he was asso-
[gctor at the telecast of
5 ,if the New York
|f.hi\ and he also direct-
Kir-t major league base-
I, for TV in New York,
[between the Giants and
in !940.
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PAGE 5 D
the War. Peyser served
OWI. and it was on a
duly in Italy that he de-
his skill with the Macar-
Itoni. After the war, he
|he CBS staff where he
Suspense, The Web and
I Camera.
|r is m;.. ried to the form-
Mellner, whom he met
|)WI. Their marriage Jan-
1945, was a triumph of
ile Kft Paris, and she
isco January 15th.
lit day they were married
r.or LaGuardia in New
City. Aside from cooking
I photography, he ranks
trite hobby- as Yankee, a
ner on which the
spend all their free time.
(row to his recipe for Mac-
Sratoni. This is a dinner
for one night, and the
I:.<; makes a fine salad
f.: following day.
|i large pot of boiling wat-
one package of elbow
I ind let it boil for 10
Drain and place in a
used baking dish. Add a
M macaroni and a layer of
| cheese. Keep this up un-
dish is full. Over this.
I' i! two cups of thin
I and then cover with
|cnimbs. Bake in moderate
about 30 minutes, and
'lie oread crumbs are
ft.
next day, with the rc-
" in some sweet pick-
f about a teaspoon of
fi parsley, a mixture (thick)
and mayonnaise, and a
| Mix all together
' "' a t.istv salad.
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
the country are deeply concerned wilhe problem of eliminating
beloneTn T Ame"Can ^ BUt -^' STS
mJST^LZ democra ic way which safeguards civil liberties and
EEt.T I ,* ,n,U^,i0n < racil Prejudice. Jewish organ-
izations are deeply mindful of the fact that, following the ore-
c.PU of Adolf Hitler. anti-Semit.c forces use opposTon to Com-
munism as camouflage for an anti-Jewish fight.
.llJ*WffJe!lC!i7anf a gO0d many non-Jwi8h Americans as
me \u7^ i ?ecply ,conccnied ver the danger that the very
methods that may be employed to combat Communism, when thev
violate civil rights, invade the privacy of the individual and de-
stroy respect for orderly processes by creating mob law and vigi-
larfte mentality, can create the very conditions under which Com-
munism, Fascism and the totalitarian mentality flourish. And it is
in such an atmospherein which the democratic ideal is stifled
that anti-Semitism best flourishes.
Jacob Blaustein, president of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, has warned that "few anti-Semites are devoting their efforts
at present to open anti-Semitic propaganda or direct assaults on
Jews." He pointed out that "many of them are operating in the
disguise of anti-Communists." Blaustein told an AJC meeting in
Chicago that anti-Jewish "hate-mongers" were now "posing as
respectable citizens and are infiltrating, influencing and attempt-
l*9 mislead organizations concerned with really fighting the
Communist menace."
"We are facing here a far more dangerous problem than the
old-fashioned anti-Semitic agitationfar more insidious and far
more complex," Blaustein said." A great number of these bigots are
leading the attack on public education. Their attacks on what they
term 'subversive textbooks' ... are but a few of the methods they
have adopted to carry out their anti-Semitism and foment bigotry
generally."
A distinguished Jewish attorney has committed suicide in an
instance which many feel to be the result, not of anti-Semitism,
but of questionable tactics used by the McCarran Internal Se-
curity Sub-Committee investigating United Nations personnel.
He is Abraham H. Feller, the late general counsel of the United
Nations and one of the closest advisors to Secretary General
Trygve Lie. It was Lie himself who said that Filler killed-him'
self because of the strain of defending UN employees "against
indiscriminate srrnars and exaggerated charges."
The Now York Times commented editorially that "Mr. Feller
can be truly said to have given his own life for the cause in which
he passionately believed and which he served so well." Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt has written that Feller was "well-known as an anti-
Communist liberal, and everyone who knew him well was apparent-
ly devoted to him."
Feller, said Mrs. Roosevelt, "must have known that among
many members of the secretariat who have come to this country
from nations where they have known Fascist or Communist re-
gimes there is sometimes whispered: 'Is there any place in the
world where you can get away from the Gestapo? Is this the US
Gestapo?' She said that thought must have worried Feller be-
cause "people the world over need the assurance that there is one
area of the world where people are sure enough of themselves to
be free from .spying and constant suspicion."__________________
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Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
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93
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Equipment and Supplies for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs
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ON THE ANTI SEMITIC FRONT
Jewish defense organizations
would do well to keep their eyes
on Washington Americas anti-
Semites and hate peddlers are |
converging on the capital in
greater numbers than ever before
in the belief that the current at-
mosphere of fear in the country
is most propitious for their activ-
ities. Gerald L. K. Smith's plan
to establish an anti-Semitic lob-
by in Washington means that the
hate mongers of America have
become sufficiently bold to be-
lieve that they can make the na-
tion's capital the center of their
plots and get away with it. Some
weeks ago JTA's able Washington
correspondent. Milton Friedman,
disclosed that Smith was hatch-
ing a scheme to secure the serv-
ices of a number of defeated Con-
gressmen to promote his lobby-
ing efforts. Since then, I learn.
Smith has advised his financial
backers that trie plan had passed
the blue-print stage. In fact the
nation's leading rabble rouser and
anti-Semite has been boasting
that he had "confidently" been
"assured" by a number of legis-
lators and ex-legislators that he
can count on their backing and
that his lobbying outfit would set
up before the new Congress con-
venes. Swank Washington hotels
seem to have plenty of rooms for
Smith and his ilk while turning
away people with legitimate bus-
Inesi Some six months ago
this writer interviewed a number
I of Jewish storekeepers in the
Bronx area of New York City
where Christian residents tried to
Coerc Jewish storekeepers to
close their stores on Good Fri-
day.. I reported at the time that
the area was a powder-keg in
race relations and that many of
the Jewish storekeepers were
planning to move rather than be-
ing exposed to threats and pos-
sible boycott. I revisited the area
last week and discovered that the
situation has worsened since then.
Jewish youngsters are terrorized
and frequently beaten on the
streets. Older folk are subjected
to unprintable abuses .and there
have been many instances of
synagogue window smashings. In
fact only last Sunday there was
a meeting at which the Jewish
War Veterans promised more
vigilant participation. It seems
the people in the neighborhood
j are reluctant to make a public
issue of the situation. But one
: businessman has told me that he
, knows it for a fact that the ele-
ments who sought to foist Good-
I Friday observance oa Jews last
I year will try it again this year.
I In the meantime some Jewish
I storekeepers have already been
| advised by "stray" and even reg*-
I ular customers that they better
be closed on Christmas if they
< wished to retain trade
j WOMEN IN THE NEWS .
Should Joseph Sprinzak be-
, ( | Miriam Raskin, of New York,
will have the distinction of be-
coming the first Jewish author-
ess ever to receive 'a direct re-
quest for a book from the heed
of a state. Her brilliant novel,
Zlatke. dealing with the resur-
gence of the Jewish labor move-
ment in Czarist Russia, has re-
ceived an unprecedented aval-
anche of praise from critics and
readers alike. Sprinzak, an invet-
erate reader with wide literary
interests, had noticed the rave
reviews in the Israeli press, and
when he recently had tea with
David Pinski. he suggested to the
veteran of Yiddish letters that
he would like to get the novel.
At Sprinzak's suggestion, Pinski
communicated with the Farband
office in New York to contact the
authoress. By the time the book
reaches Sprinzak, he may well
have become Israeli's second
President
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{, tatetueml rr, e-JUiE?lSi Ku"-ro"ndi,.. Kt Henry E. Schultz, New
attorney and chmnna. J
Executive Committee. 3
York City Board ol I
Education, was elects
tional chairman of the i
Defamation League j
League's 39th annual
uig held in Chicago.
in Jewish communal i
Schultz. who is 46, so
former New York'Stab)
preme Court Justice 1
Steinbrink. The Justk,,
nounced his retiremw1,
favor of a younger ma'J
ter having served sUco
utive terms. The new l
man is the third in ALU'iI
yar history.
Junior Hadass
Convention Ei
Adopts Budget
NEW YORK (JTA.-l
tions urging it-: memberssJ
take an inci eased interest|J
rael and in American__,
affairs were adopted he-eilj
concluding session of the
Annual Convention of Junior]
dassah.
Miss Glmia E. Rubin nil
elected national president off
organization.
The Convention, attends]]
some 500 delegates fromMJ
also adopted a resolution i
the United States Governs
use its influence in the .
Nations to achieve a lasting J
in the Middle East through I
Arab-Israel negotiations, hi
urged United States ratiM
of the Genocide Convent!*!
decision to launch an educatif
program that would rnaktj
membership of the organ
more aware of problems fa
the American people wn'
adopted.
The parley adopted a I
$180,000 to implement *L
fram for 1953. The budfftj
eluded $100,000 to impnwj
ing quarters and to build II
infirmary at Meier SbfeyakJ
children's village in Israeli
is supported by Junior Ha*
Another $15,000 was alloc*
the Jewish National Fund.
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HDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1952
all B'nai B'rith
o Back 1114. Day
NEW YORK The Executive
.mmittee of the Supreme Lodge
B'nai B'rith, in a statement
ued to its Lodges throughout
nation, has called on its en-
e membership to participate in
[e intensive, nation-wide BIG
, Campaign sponsored by the
ite of Israel Bond Drive on
jnday, December 14th. it was
mounced last week by Frank
ldman, president of the Jewish
.aternal Order.
Qoldman also disclosed that a
lecial two-day meeting of key
ael Bond Drive leaders in
B'rith will be held at Chi-
igo, Ncvember 15th through
ith, when plans will be discuss-
ti> int- nsify the group's efforts
behu'.i of BIG Day.
*2MhrMtor)
Our Film Folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
HOLLVWOOD_AndreKoste.0aimrotduiy^myLewii
PAGE 7D
OVEN SIR...
Son t res, even the most un-
mpecting persons are eligible
tr social security benefits. One
our rt preservatives visited a
nail town on nis regular trip
ml had taken an application
om a party for widow's insur-
nie bi refits. He had requested
oof of her age. She said that
p: aunl had their family Bible
which her date of birth was
town.
The si J ial security 'representa-
ive visited the aunt to copy the
jformal on from the-Bible. Dur-
u conversation, she men-
loned thi.t she, too. was a widow.
sir huscand had died about a I
tear 84 The field representa-
Ive asked if her husband had
per h:.d a social security card.
Lftei b moment's thought, she
aid. Well, yes, 1 believe he
lid"
Furthi r questioning revealed
hat her husband had worked
Dng enough to be insured. Her
licatii n was then taken for
cnefitf.
The representative explained
the i.unt what social security
k-iiuld rr.tan to her. First, she
pould receive benefit payments
ach mcnth. Second, because the
enefits are retroactive six
unths, six checks were already.]
ie h< r In addition to these
honthly insurance payments, she
uuld receive a lump-sum pay-
m-nt ol S182.
She was overwhelmed by this
keod ni .vs. She said, "I've heard
w soci) i security but never
Breamid it would apply to me.
It couldn't come at a more need-
ed time "
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lanetz is set to conduct the Is-
rael Symphony Orchestra next
spring when he will tour Europe
and the Near East. His wife, Li!v
Pans, goes along w.th him
Eddie Cantor is making many
people happy by rraking rapid
recovery from a heart attack
Producer David O. Selznick con-
firms our recent news item that
he, his wife, Jennifer Jones, and
the Italian-Jewish director Vit-
tor.o Desica will do a film to-
gether in Rome. Montgomery
Clift will co-star with Mrs. Selz-
nick. The pic'.ure will depict the
last 90 minutes passed in a rail-
road station by two lovers.
Ben Hecht, who has about fin-
ished his autobiography, writes
us: "Biographies are usually writ-
ten when peoole are dead because
they are so unlike them when
they were alive" ... Ben Abrams.
Emerson Radio and Television
Corporation's president, is spear-
heading a TV drive for more edu-
cational television. He is an-
nouncing a $100,000 grant for
those interested in educational
television. .
Richard Tucker. Metropolitan
Opera tenor and synagogue can-
tor during the High Holy Days,
has been repacted by Columbia
Records for another ten years .
Pfc. Eddie Fisher, an Eddie Can-
tor discovery, will get a ready-
made audience during his first
year as a civilian following his
discharge from the army next
April. Fisher, still regarded as
one of the hotter male singers
despite his two year service
hitch, will start off with a nest
egg of $300,000, representing a
two-year royalty stretch on RCA
Victory recordings. Currently,
Fisher is slated to go to Germany
*
icturns to New York next week
and to the area where he work-
ed as a soda fountaineer for fif-
teen dollars a week ten years ago.
Jerry functioned behind th
counter in Ben Silberg's pharm-
acy in Troy, New York, where
his wisecracks kept the custom-
ers in stitches and coming back
for more. Owner Silberg is eager
to see his one time employee
whose earnings passed two mil-
lion dollars this year. .
Songstress Minii Benzell, in re-
tirement the past few months, re-
sumes her career next week on
Ed Sullivan's television show. ;
Mimi took time over the summer ,
to await hor first child which she !
lost at birth Actress Bette |
Davis, making her first stage ap-
pearance in 22 years, has a hit on I
her hands in Two's Company, due
to open in New York next month. |
This is Bette's debut in a musical,
and she says she's quickly ad-
justing herself to performing song
and dance numbers before a live
audience. .
Violinist Yehudi Menuhin. cur-
rently appearing with the New
York Philharmonic Symphony, is
celebrating the 25th anniversary
of his deputy with the orchestra
in Manhattan Producer Her-
man Levin may produce an un-
titled musical by Arnold Auer-
bach and Arnold Horwitt, the
same boys who wrote the success-
ful Call Me Mister and cleaned
up millions with partner Levin in
on the deal Violinist Efrem
Zimbalist, who retired some years
ago to head the Curtis Institute of
Music, Philadelphia, takes up his
bow again, today when he ap-
pears with the Philadelphia Or-
chestra in the world premier of a
violin concerto by Gian-Carlo
Menotti.
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It is a pleasure to extend to all
our Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sincere Wishes for t
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
222 N. W. 26th Street
Phone 2-3705
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Seasons crbetthcs to all our priehds and path v
Hat viva if Varpots in v.
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Phone 82-6923
TO ALL A iMOST HAPPY CHANUKA
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A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
ANDRE, INC.
MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES
BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS
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Phone 58-3614
TO ALL ..
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TO ALL .
HAPPY CHANUKA
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SEASONS GREETJN .- TO ALL OfR FRIENDS
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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
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Phone 9 6665
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>
RUSSIANS LEAVE JEWS TO WOLVES
Continued from Page 1 A
"the scum which lias linked itself with United States imperialism to
destroy the achievement! of our people, to liquidate the people's
democratic order, to restore capitalism in our country and to bring
n under the yoke <-f the Imperialist*." a foremost place was held by
the Zionists, "a reliable agency (if United States imperialism."
The liberal News Chronicle of London noted that "we are wit-
nessing the Nazi technique in operation all ovei aftin under another
name. Everything is there, including the pathological desire to make
.-.apegoati '. the Jews."
Anti-Jewish Propaganda
Reports from Czechoslovakia immediately following the trial
I indicated that the anti-Jewish propaganda engendered in the court-
room was having speedy effect
In Bratislava, Slovak capital, houses occupied by Jews were
identified with chalked marks, "Jew," or anti-Jewish slogans such
BS "Down With capitalist Jews"
Elsewhere, the trial en ti h wave of depression among Czecho-
sl ivak Jews Erich Kohn, seen tary of the Prague Jewish community,
a non-Communist, and his wife committed suicide in despair over
the fate of the Jews m then countr) Sever*] Jews had had been
m in the regime or In the C in m unist movment, also com-
muted suicide in apparent preference to awaiting arrest and trial.
w included Rudolf Bistricky, young Czech Jewish diplomat
and formei envoy to London, and Tiboi Kovaes, a regional party
leader.
An innocent victim of the purge was the Czech woman who
m rved as hi usekeeper in the Israel Legation in Prague. According
to word received in Tel Aviv, she had been summoned to secret
police headquarters in Prague, int ted and released. The ex-
perience SO unnerved her that she took her life.
New Purge Trials
The trial of the 14 Communists is expected to be the fore-
runner of a whole new series of purge actions involving lesser lights
in the Czechoslovak regime and in the Communist Party but, in
general, following the anti-Jewish character of the oilot proceed-
ings Result, it i> believed, should be the complete elimination of all
J( wrs from any positions of power or authority in the political, eco-
nomic, cultural or social life of the country.
I. eri are known to be a number of likely candidates for early
. m th, secret police prisons in Prague. Among those facing
early trial are Itordecai Oren and Shimson Orenstcin, both Israel
nationals, and Dr. Edouard Goldsteucker, former Czech minister
to Tel Aviv All have "confessed" to having served as spies for the
'imperialists" and testified as witnesses in the first trial Oren is a
leader of the pro-Soviet Mapam Party in Israel, whose policy calls
for closer orientation of the Jewish State with the Soviet Union
bloc.
Protest Rise
A mounting storm of protest gathered momentum this week as
Jewish ofsjamzations and communities throughout the free world
denounced the Prague proceedings as a mockery of justice and a
foul slander upon the Jewish people and the State of Israel.
Action was urRed both in Israel and the United States to
place the situation before the United Nations. In New York the
Bnai B'riths Anti-Defamation League called on Secretary of State
Dean Acheson to raise in the UN "the threat to the safetv and human
1 rights of the Jews of Czechoslovakia."
, In Israel, the Foreign Alfairs Committee of the Knesset had
under study a Herut proposal for initiation of action in the UN on
humanitv ^ PTagUe Proccl'din8s constitute "crimes against
Virtually every prominent newspaper in the free world de-
nounced the Prague trial as a mockery of justice and a new attempt
to make the Jew a scapegoat for the sins of others
P- T ?e?"ale.m: rt'P"rt ls ,h:' Dr. I. Kubowy, Israel Minister to
jue.jias been Instructed by the Israel Government to return to
In Tel Aviv, the Israel police guard around the Czechoslovak
wai strengthened after an unidentified person threw a
stone at the budding and smashed a window, following the an-
nouncement of the verdict at the Prague trial
t, .hi '-;'' !'"::i;'m't fcV an overwhelming vote of confidence
to the Israel Government position on the Prague trial as stated bv
gn Master Moshe Shan,, who had accused the Czech author^
' plotting anti-Semitism in "the spirit of Nazism."
M1DI'v,U',U"" '"T" lT1'- T'le Unt ti"1, tho Communists and
';>' against, and the Herut a stained. The Herut then
Sg -,':/'-;--''^'ha,,he,,ve,nmen,ilskheljn!;ed
W i VW e Pr'fUe ":al ;' lim- a"" humanity.
I ghtwmg party was reassured ,hat :ts motlon wou|d g,
ined h P^^n.e.uary Foreign Affairs Committee, it
joined the majority m a second vofa ol confidence.
JewS^nd'Lmf^fl "1W a ri,*'!u""> condemning the ant,-
DresSdX* KvSSS %*"? expn "* ;,t th* <"a- also ex-
dys shock at the trial which ,t called "an affront to
,U'"n, The ^olut.on added that the trial "attempts to
jrchLthtiood name of the State of Israel, undermines the tra-
U Zl h 7 of ^ "n ,:'" CZ"Ch and JewW> **<>. "3 tries
i of ~. ,, Mapam Party Rejection
said I, awa '.a",?ZnPHrr,i ^T"1 rad'by ne ot its d*^-
SargwTnade t" p by 5f,B^emp* to ,,nk Zi<"* with the
out." the JSgJZEEJF**a,,ackers tm wilhin and wi,h-
msc;;!^ *!?+2LT?!21dec,si- heP-
Israel, but this doesnot mlnfv .h T Sf*5' f the etb^nt of
ary forces Tlu ,!' linking of Zionism with reaction-
Mordecai'bren teSSSTS ^ ,he *" f i,s knowledge
the hope that he ^F^TS^S* ^^ "*
praguT ss^sb-e res ?' <-
Sov.et Union early ,r. the 4n w ^m'S experience in the
"inhuman methods* o" intorrogatS,'' u^ ^V' '^"^ ,ht"
also called on the Israel^ Governm,n^fT* ^ ^ Communist He
legation in Prague to the pSton S c hoS vt- ^ *?"* f *
the last Czech Minister, Dr Edouard PoH,^" 8 '" ,Srael since
never replaced. "ouard Goldstucker, was recalled and
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HAPPY CHANUKA
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PAGE 9 D
By HAROLD EIDI.IN
If those glorious brothers, the
r?naCrKeS',C0U,d return to
n Chanuka, 1952, they would
gaze in wonderment at the "mir-
acles which have been wrought
since they were last there
The returned Maccabees might
look out onto the same verdant
Judean Hills in which they once
sought refuge and from which
they launched their great assault
on the Greeks and the Syrians
more than 21 centuries agodriv-
ing the invaders from the soil of
Israel and handing down the her-
itage of Chanuka.
But they would also see the
new modern highway that runs
now from Dan to Beersheba, the
giant machine cutting new tracks
in the desert, the citrus groves
that bloom again where there
once was desert.
They would hear the babel of a
dozen languages, the sound of
saws and hammers building, the
rumble of bulldozers pushing
back the frontiers. But about all
of these they would have to be
told.
How then would they know
that the "miracles" they had
seen were dearly purchased with
sweat and blood and the tireless
faith of a people? Or would it,
perhaps, be more accurate to tell
them that the "miracles" came to
pass because the love of liberty
that spurred the Maccabees and
their followers is alive in the set-,
tiers and the pioneers of the newj
Israel?
That is the real meaning of
Chanuka. It is a day on which
Jews commemorate the glorious
Maccabean victory and rededicate
themselves anew to liberty. It is
fitting that it should be so, be-
cause the word Chanuka itself
ISRAEL
means "dedication."
Historically, Chanuka had its
beginnings in the year 164 B. C,
when the oil lamp in the cleansed
Temple continued to burn for
eight days although the supply of
oil in the lamp was adequate
enough only to keep it burning
for a single day. Today, the light-
ing of the Chanuka Menorah re-
calls that miracle and serves to
rekindle the faith and belief of
Jews in the blessings of freedom.
Through the ages as Jews warfc
dered from land to landleaving
behind some of their own cus-
toms, adopting others from the
Diasporawith them always was
the spirit and the hope of Cha-
nuka, the dream of freedom and
a homeland.
A little more than four years
ago, that dream became a reality.
Tiny Israel conquered numerical-
ly superior, better-equipped Arab
legions. And once again the in-
vaders were driven from the soil
of Israel. History had repeated it-
self. It was a twentieth century
Chanuka. But even now the bat-
tle continues.
Under the constant threat of a
new round of war with Arab
neighbors determined to stunt the
growth of the infant country, the
Israelis go forward building a
haven and a homea sanctuary
of freedomfor all the unwanted
Jews of the world.
There is no doubt about the
outcome of this battle. It, too, will
be won.
And if the Maccabees could re-
turn again next Chanuka, they
would sec even more "miracles"
for the building of the new
nation is a never-ending process.
The Maccabees would be proud
of their modern heirs in today's
Israel.
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MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER
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PAGE 10 D
*lt*isbnorkfc*n
FRIDAY, DECEMBER i,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN frtOJTt.
No. 29218-B
1 Ri EST \ 1'K OP
:\\ EN Cl'NNlNOHAM. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci e it"i n and All I ,!- H '
ii. nan i- *-. -'
Ha H Esl
You, nd each "l you. ai hen
. t tie i .ii I requli .1 t |i esenl any
and di man I- wh i you, pi
either ol Juki, maj hai i inlnsl th.
t, ui (i\VEN Cl'NNINGHAM, d< -
rra&ed late of Paw Ne
. ,., -, >, to the Hon. Co int) Jud i
ii.nl.- Counl i. an I file tin
their ofl Ic I" the County Court
In i >ade Count PI i i '"In
, ghl i alendar months from the i
i:. -i publlcal .'ii h
LEGAL NOTICE

in.
of the flral publication hereof Bald
, lalma or demands i.....ntaln the
I. Mill addrt m of the i I ilmanl and to
i, aworn to and presented a- afor<
s.i id, or w me w ill bt
s... i ,,n 130 of th.- \W-\
A,l
,,!, ll
Date December t. AT) '
/ LEON KAPLAN
Aa An. iiiin) Administrator
OWEN CUNNINGHAM,
Dece iaed
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Admlnlatrator
S50 Heybold Building
Miami. Hii
il' 12-l!>-:'6 1/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 155066
N A DINK JOHNSON, Plaintiff.
vs.
CKiiRGK JOHNSON. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: OBORQE F. JOHNSON
it d. ai
i o Tales Trailer Sales
Monaca. Peon*) Ivania
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for IHvoree has been
filed against you ami you are re-
quired to aerve a copy of your ans-
wer 1" the Bill of Complaint on Plain-
tiffs attorney, 1. it MAYERS. SOI
Congress Building. Miami, Florida,
and file th.- original Answer in tne
office "t the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before th.- 12th day of January,
1S5S, otherwise said cause nrlil be
taken as i onfeaaed by you.
Dated Ht Miami, Florida, this Itn
da) of December, IW2
E B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I'. \\ M \V 8TI ""KIN'il
neput) Clerk
I R MAYERS
Attorne) f--- Plaintiff
:,,? Congress Building
Miami. Florida
12 12-19-M 1/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SLEVtNTH JlOiCIAL CIRCLII .N
AND FOR DADE COL \ TV.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCEH i
Nc.
.-: AN :
NOTiCE DY PUBLIC AllON
, x ii, KK i.SSPA
' New i ..,.,,
rot' ARE 111 KEI v
filed
auul.eo
... 10 ii,, u
Plaint
fice of I
e C.n-ult <
th. .-'
I
Hgainsl > on. .... w
T ii- not ,'
each week t. r >ut cutlv. *>
n mi IEW ISI1 H !' VN
Dat< i .t Miami, I -
lav of IVvembi
I-: ll. LEATHERM \N.
' .. Clrcull Court.....
11% WM. \V fTui KIN'..
I leputy Clerk
I'Al.l.oT, Sil.VKIt \ Mll.l.oV
Attorneys for Plalntlfl
m.4 Ingrabam Building
Miami. Florida.
12 12-19-26 1/2 ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lu.iii.i^ GIVEN t.iat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
HKI.TA TILE CO., at 216'i 8. W. l..lh
- | Miami. Intend to reglstei
said name with the Clerk of the c|,--
cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
GEORGE UOGAN
MANUEL. BRODER
SEYMOUR A GOPMAN
Attorney foi Applicants
_-,.. Lincoln Road
i: 12-19-26 1/2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUrtT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
fLORlDA IN ANO.FOJ DADE
COUNTY. IN C-ANCERY.
No IB80IJ
MARY
IACK
'
. t FOR D <-
I'K I IUPPIH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORiDA IN CHANCERY.
No 154**9
\! \PTil \ HAi DUN, PaalaHlfl
\l RPKT HAY1 EN, I '*nt.
NOTICE er PUBLICATION
, ,i : l: r II VI OEN
lio) -'. '. 1
iruiic New I'i'k.
RKHY NOTIFIED
NOTICE UNDERcT77~r-
NME UwTlTlUl

I, Ml i '"'
... hri, or
Ihe I lit <
,,. ,l....... judgment bj default all
...,i rot in-
,i..,I in the Hill of i omplalnl
1 Ice bi publish! I
week to: foui ponset-utlve t
i-i,i: JEWISH FMIRIDIAN.
WO ORDERED ui Miami,
ipla :,i,i da) of December,
lluf
nee
eki
i 'oni:
1 I..2
ii'.n ml
;i:i iROE
AttOI ne>
JR.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155022
ARTHI'R THOMAfc MKRKITT.
Plaint Iff,
VI
MARY SKCFR MERR1TT,
I'. f. iidanl
To M MtY SEGER MERRITT
mi South c.-iroiina Avenue, s H
Wi'liinitim, l> C.
Ymi are notified that a Bill of Com-
Finint for IHvoree ha-- been filed a-
galnsl you. and you are hereby re-
il.iired to serve it Copy of your ans-
wer to the mil of Complaint on ths
plaintiffs attorney, pavid a.
PRANK. 4011 Olympia HulldlnK. Miami
Florida, and file the original anawai
it, th.- office of the Clerk of th, Or
uit Court in and for Dads County.
Court House, Miami. Florida, on Of
i,< fore the r.th day of January, l*S2
DATED iit Miami. I loriila. this ".th
day of December, ItSI
K H i.KAT'lil'.P.MAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Horida
By WM W BTOCKING,
Deputy *'lerk
fCIRCL'IT COURT SEAL)
liAVIIi A I-RANK
Attorney for Plaintiff
1. 12-19-26 1/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fu-titious name ,,f
I'RIM PRODUCTS COMPANY <>F
MIAMI, iit 1780 West rlaitler Street.
Miami. Florida, Intends to reKister
Mid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Ftorlda
JACK KORoltoW Applicant
MYERS. HEIMAN a> KAPLAN
Attorneys for A :,[-li, ., :,t
12 12-19-26 1/2
CERTIFICATE Or CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
I'ii ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME GREET-
INOS.
This >* to certify that, whereas,
.la,k Rubin. Miami Beach, PTa.
Harold M Rubin. Miami lien. h. Kla
Irving Rubin, Miami Beach, Pla.
,iul ,,n the imh day oi September,
Al>. lal, iau.se to be lucorporated
under the provisions of Chapter lootib.
Laws --I Horida. Acts of 1925, BEACH
LETTER CO., Inc -i coi pon I on, Ith
it- prim Ipal place "f business -it Mi-
ami Beach, Dad* County, In ih. st.it.
of Florida, ami wher.-as the propel
officers of such corporation did on
the I ft Cause to be filed in the office of thi
Secretary of state of the sin, oi
I 'loin I... a duly authenticated reso-
lution adopted by the stockholder*
under tin- i>rovisi..ns of said Chapter
I00M, Laws of Florida. A. t 01 1*15,
Showing the dlaaolutlon of |uch cor-
poration, and the Becretarj of St.iti
Ill satisfied that the feqiiiieinents l
latat iia\e been complied with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Ore* l
Seal of the State of Flo-Ida,
;it Tallahassee. the capital.
this the 1st day of December,
a i> is:,:
R. A ORAY,
Secretar) of Si -
(SEAL)
12 12 it
i; 1! LBATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court.
o.ide County, Florida.
ouit Seal)
Bi It. H RICE,
Deputy Clerk.
J TALIANOFP
for Plaintiff
;L''i Lincoln Roan
Miami Beach, Horida
12 12 19-21 1'2___
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCOtT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 154997
MATILDA CATANIO. Plaintiff,
\ H.
JACK CATANIO. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; JACK CATANIO
1601 University Avenue
New York CUT, New York
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that suit
for divorce has been brought again**
you In the above styled court and you
are M-nulred to file your Answer with
the Clark "f said Court and serve
copy thereof on the plaintiffs At-
torney, JOSEPH PAKDo. 914 SeyboM
Bldg.. Miami, Kla on or before Jan-
uary .".th. Itll, or Decree l*ro Con-
fesso will be entered against you
I in toil: December :,. 1W2
K B, I.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Omit
iciRct'lT COURT SEAL)
By M c GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
12 12 19-26 1/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154962
I L1SE MATER. Plaintiff,
ROBERT SIDNEY MATER,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MR RoHERT SIDNEY MAYER
6*30 South Shore Drive
Chicago, Illinois .-
Yoa nre rerfulred to serve a c-op>
Of your answer to the Hill of Com-
prAint for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney, and to file the original ans-
wer In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the .ith day
of Januarv. 1951; otherwise the Hill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be ta,ken as con-
fessed bv you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, th** 4th
X E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
P.v: M- C GREEN.
Deputy Clerk
MICHAEL M. 1SENHERG
Attorney for Plaintiff
14rT Btscnyne Building
Miami. Florida
12/12-19-26 1/2 .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 29102-B
In Re: ESTATE OI
JA< K A al',l.in. Decs sod
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Agaln.-t Sanl
Estate:
You. and each of you. are lo rcl.v
notified ami required to present an)
i lalms ami il.-mantis which you. or
either of you. may have against the
state of jack a ARUN. deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorable county Judges of DsjsM
County, ami file the same in their of-
fice in the county Courthouse In Dads
County, llorlda. within eight calen-
dar months from tin- date of the
fust publication hereof. Bald claims
oi demands to contain th>- legal ad-
h, -- of the claimant and to he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will l,e barred.
Dat.- December 3, AD If" J
PAY A P.I.IN
O BO ROE .1. TALIANOFP
LEONARD ABESH
A- Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
JACK A. ABLIN, i '
flEOROE J TALIANOFP
Attorn.-, for Executors
2 i Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. I la
12/12-19-26 1 2
DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP
RELIABLE DAY WORKERS
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
37 N. I
AL
. 5th Street Phone t-MOl
MEIDENBERQ, Owner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Ne. 1M4M1
l.ETTIE D CAI'ODANNO. Plaintiff
vs.
KAETANO W. CAPODANNO.
Defendant
TO: OARTANO W. CAPODANNO
Residence t'nknown
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, OAKTANO W. CAPODANNO
are hereby notified thet a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a ropy of your Answer or
.Heading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. HENRY
NL'SSENHACM, 1041 Sevhol.l Ruild-
Ing. Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the Mh day of January.
19r,3. If you fail to do so, judgment
by default will he taken aalnt yon
for the relief demanded In the Hill
of Complaint.
Dated this 8th day of December,
1952.
E. B LEATHERMAN .
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By WM. W. HTOCKINC
Deputy Clerk
HENRY NU8SENHAUM
Attorney for Plaintiff
1041 Keybold Building
Miami, Florida
i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Ne. 2*240 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
MAXIM HERSIIEY, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against bald
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which von, or
either of you. may have agalnat the
estate of MAXIM MERSHKY. de-
ceased late of Dade Countv. Horlrts.
to the lion FRANK B. DOWLINQ,
County Judge of Dade Countv. enrt
file the same In bis office in the
County Courthouse In Dade Counts.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the data of the first publication
h.-ii-of Said claims or demands to
Contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be Usrred
Date December AD 19T.2
// BURNETT Roth
As Executor of the laist Will
and Testament of
MAXIM HER8HEY,
I >c, eased
ROTH AND FAIIER
Attorneys for Estate of
Maxim ll.-rsh. \
412 Congress Huiiding
Miami, Florida
12 12-19-26 I 2______________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 1J5057
CHARLES MfMMECI. Plaintiff.
VI
CARMEN K Misi'MKi'i. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO CARMEN K Ml'SL'MECI,
47 Agouti Avenue
Philadelphia 2fi, Pennsylvania
You. CARMEN K Ml'SL'MECI. are
hereby notified that a Hill ..f Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
against you, and you are required to
Serve a OOpy of nun Answer iii
Pleading to the Piii of Complaint on
Hie plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN
ESQ., in Beybold Rl.lg Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original AnsW.....
Pleading; In the office of th. Cl.-i k
of th,. Circuit Court on or before the
Mb day of January, ls.*..T If you fall
to ii,, so, Judgment b; default win
be taken ngatnst you for ihe relief
demanded In the Hill <(f Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLuKIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
PlorMa. this sth day of December.
E H LEATHERMAN.
clerk. Circuit Court.
,-._ .. ""'' bounty. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Kv WM W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
HEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
23 Seyhol.l Bldg.
Miami. Ha.
11 ll-ls-M \'j
pa i LOT,
Attorneys
k
it Court ..... ''on- the
i ., itS3, otherwise
| ,,.,,,, ,, Mill be ellt.T-
ahall I"- published once
,.,,>, ,.:. for four consecutive weauca
,-:,,; JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I ,,. i || Ml no. I-.oil la. this 1st
i ,v ,,,* I ember, 1931
' i: ii LEATHERMAN1,
Clerk "' clrcull Couit
ft) : WM \V STOCKINH.
Deputy Clerk
SILVER for Plaintiff
-ui Ingrabam Building
Miami, Hoi ids.
lt/.-12-lt-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS .-.it 1 -il' tllVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OARDNAR MI-LLOY. t'O-Ml-C.A
CLEANING, at 222 Southwest 22nd
Stre.-t. Miami. Florida. Intend to reg-
ister said name with th* .Clerk of the
i Mi cull Court of Dade County, Florida.
S IRWfN BECKER
EDWARD I. DECKER
SHEINER SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicants
.102 Roper Building
Miami. Fla.
H/fJ 12, .'.-12-19
at 11441 U
intend to -
Clark of ibi i .
County, Plorl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I MILLER OI'ILD HOUSE at S24 E.
Flagler Street. Miami. Intends to reg-
ister said name with Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
BELSTAN. INC.
BERICK. SHAPIRO A FRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
11/2K 12/5-12'ls
.:...:v. "' :;
No,,ct.:.^..; ^
NO'I ICE I.- ... i
the in1.1. :
nuaineae ui :
BEAC'H.LI:
i'. y.
"<" iMltS
ll'.VIXi; i:,,v
HAU.iLli .
JACK Rl-Sa""
"J',V ,,
il/2s 12 '.
NOTICE TO CREOlf0fiT~-,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES coi.tr'
IN AND FOR DADE COuNty
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 289S4.A
In Re: ESTATE OF
NATHAN Ili.RN l ,., ,
To All Credit.., ,,nd All Ftnw
Having Claim* or I ij .'
Said Estate:
You. and each ol you, are hea* I
notified and required to in-wm 2
claims and demanilM v.t,. i, pjs.^1
either of you. ,,,.,> Iiave yri.nniki
estate of NATHAN MORN, I, -^
late of Dade County, Florida. io a*
Hon. W. F P.l.vNTnN. CentfJi
of Dade County, anil (lie the a_,
In his office In the Count) Courtaaej]
I in I>ade County, KloiMa. within tsjBf
cnlendar months fiom the date 4
the first publication hereof, til
claima or demaial* to rontalo QA
legal address of the claimant iioij
be sworn to and presented *a aim-j
said, or same lil he barred
Date November 21th. A I' IKI.
CLARA HORN aod
MORRIS HORN.
As Executor* of the Uil|J
and Testament of
NATHAN HORN, D*.ea*st
KOVNER A MANNHKIMER
Attorneys for Executors
11/28 II/j-12-1"'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERV.
Ne. lMg
SHELDON H. BARON. Tlalntlff
vs.
JOAN BARoN, Defendant.
TO. JOAN BARON
171 Peahlne Avenue
Newark, New Jersey
NOTICE SV PUBLICATION
You. JOAN BARON, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce ha- been filed agninst you,
and you are required to serve a copy
,,f ",i,i Answer or lleadlng to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
Attorney. HENRY NI'HKKNBAt M.
1U41 Se> bold Building, Miami. Hi*-
Ida. and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of Ihe Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
ttth day of Deosssbar. 1952. If you
fail to do so. Judgment bv default wilt
be taken against you for the relief
domandad in the Hill of Complaint.
I hated this 2Mb. dav of November.
IMS.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade Count)'. Florida.
By: WM. W. STOCK I NO.
Deputy Clerk
HENRY NCSSENHAl'M
Attorney for Plaintiff
1041 s.-t bold Building
Miami, Florida.
l2'5-12-19-2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No 1S48S2
ROBERT ALEXANDER
BANNER.MAN. Plaintiff.
t s
DOROTHY MARIAN
ItANNERMAN. Defendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: DOROTHY MARIAN
BANNER.MAN. defendant
. o Mack
7u4 Seventh Avenue
Net* Yoik. New York
You, DOROTHY MARIAN BAN-
NER.MAN. are hereby notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been tiled against yoil and you aro
required to serve a copy of your
Inawer ,,r Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attorneys.
KOVNER \ MANNHEIMER. 420
Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Florida,
and file the original Anawer or Plead-
ing III the office Of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2th
day of December, 1:.2. If you fall
to do so. Judgment by default will
be taken agalhkt you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint
l-ONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2th day of November.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
clerk, circuit Court
. Iade County. Florida
Circuit Court Seal)
By R II RICE. JR.
KOVNER A M^NNHEl^ER
420 Lincoln Rosd
Minml Beach, Florida
12'5-12-lt.Jg
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATMOff OUTFITS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
2-43(3 <
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUI
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN u||
the underwign.il. dr*iring tu .-nfitu I
business under the f;,titlu name ill
HARRY'S Bl'NOCO SKRVh'E. Ill
4201 W. Flagler Ktreet, Mi.ml. ftr--
Ida. Intend* register -id matl
with the clerk of Dade Couno, rli-rlda
HMinY bISSBUUI
wii.i.IAM 1 BRENNER
4:0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Kla
11/28 11/S-lt-l*
IN THe COUNTY JUDGE'S COlWT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 2S9M-B
In Re: ESTATE HP
MORRIS A. UELL1S
1 ie-eael
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cradltor. sad \'[ PtM
Having Claim* I '-mamla AOM
Said Estate: ,Jd
You. end each of you. ^'7*
notified and r.-.|Uired to prsajst
claims and d. 11.a1.il> wh.ch >.!
either of you. ma> hav1 M"f 9
estate of UORBItf A '^.-'-""Jr
oeaaad late ..f Pad* Com >- Fi"
to the Hon. Counts Judge. 01 isji
County, and file the *ame il
office in the Countv ""'""""Jl
De.de County, rtorlda, '"" "l
calendar month- fi'" th* ''J|j
ihe first pubii. .-'...ii '"-'-;.',,.'SI
cUlms or demand, to ''"1*L,5I
I*te Nwembei 4, ,->','"
and Testamentof
MORI!l> \ QBUS5iggei
isaac jqrrE
Attorney for Eie'.iior
1010 Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
11/2X 1"
NOT.CE UNDER HCTlTlOUl
NOTI.-F IS* Hl^>L2-i
Iheunder^ig'n.il ;..-.rinf;;^5j
business undei [' """.,"tnAi
l.l-M s BAR ",' ," V/d*r<*l
Miami Beach, '- '", E CiaJ
name with ^ ''I,")*.__
Court of Dade .-';.^ u;mV
11/2* H/S-1M!
NOTICE ^"F;CT,TI0U\
NAME K*r,.,,-FNMgl
NOTICE 18 HERBBT0|T5il
ihe unsTegolgned. v""nflKH,, na^
buslneaa under the tkrtin 1
S. HERMANN AN r"^, clM
nesa as BI PBI .,,, *
IVN, at lit* S'rit*]
of Dad. ^^,^fe
Joseph Btasu-
Mil TON A PRIEDNAB
Attorney for KvW*
S'evbold Bldg
IN THE COUNTY ^00^3^
NOTICE OF PRO**"
THE BTATE X"&&S4M
^E^TAT^^SA,...^;
ST ar. berebV $$A\
decedent hs* I-'" ^^"hereWSj
In aaid Court \>> Jitrndtr "S
manded within t^J^ r"^ "
c- Ja 1
ihow cause "Z2t**?Sm
the action o '' X""1 '
Mld will to l"'1*" _...,,.vd.
unrevok,ed
manded within < f| paW^,
from the """."''.Sear I" ",. *
of this notl.. 10 *Jfoy*&M
FRANK ^-S ^n
C'rrt.
iK^RrLEKA,tr
afsHris7-.^ii


FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
~~NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni.TlcE IN HEREBY C3IVEN lhal
Igned, desiring to enfags In
h under the flctlilou* namr of
YARD TELEVISION i'i:\.
12587 N.W, 7th Av.i...... |||.
i i ida, Intend I" roalsti i m i
with-the Clerk of lh.- i'ji. iilt
11, I.- County, Florida.
RAYMOND C OORINO
i HARDER u. miller
p.WIP URUCKER
i. ii l;.i> iniind C. Goring
ill nl..~ I! Miller
, ; traham Bide
rii.
i || 1 2
LEGAL NOTICE
JewlstFkrMtor

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is herery otven that
liCni ll, (IfHlrlllK In Hi;.144, ;.|
. under the fictitious name of
STERN BROS., at MSI Byron Avenue,
U [leach, Florida, ini.n. 1- t,, reff-
i hi name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
i"K rida.
DANIEL STERN
Sole Proprietor
OKORflf. I TAMAXdl'F
Attorney for Petitioner
iln Road
Ml.uiii lleach, Florida
II i:-l!'-:'6 1/2___________________
7n THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154921
STKPHAXIE VERCH. Plaintiff.
I .Ml. nSCAR VKRCH, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tii I'UL OSCAR VKRCH,
1 i.-fendnnt.
Llndstedl Road,
North liellmore. New York
Ton are hereby notified that a Hill
,.f Complaint for Divorce has been
galnat you, and you are ir-
quired to w-ive a copy of your Ans-
u.i Heading to the Itilt ,,f Ci.m-
on KnVXKK A> MANNHEIM-
i: i_i Lincoln Rofcd, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "ii or befora Decamber II, lift;
I >.iii fall to do o. Judami nl by de-
i be i.iken against you for
the i< lief demand ad In the Hill of
ompl
at Miami.
December,
NOT,CEffiE"uT
___ LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 L>
BERICK. SHAPIRO "F'tZM
jV, ';"'". <- Applicant "'
IN
',''
NOTICE -NOER^FlCTTnoUs-
n," t'.'Li'1-' Corporation
f,V- $iT.h~,':,K,,X*X. President
H>. PA I I. s OOLDBERQ, 8R
BHBIUKR SPIELER s,"'t""->-
^'"V,n*'v f,,,r Applicant.
*<2 Rpper Building
Miami a, Florida
" M 12. .1-12-19

\ND ORDERED
thla -ml day of

K B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
^DiDrcVuNTY^FLV^A"
HE: PBTAtB^-*
HARRY I. WII.EN'SKV
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
filed'ml' 1"'>bv *,v'n ">< I have
I,1". "' raporl and petition fur
!h 1'"M'h'""f' A.lminiM.ainx of
the eatate ,,, harry i. WILEN8KY
deceased, and that ,. thc 2Mh day
or December m.,2, I will anpl) : ;,
TuZ'" rZi F .BLASmS. Count?
juiIki- >>f Dade County, Florida foi
approval of said final .,,., Alu) ,T
final discharge as Administratrix of
LJV "'' "' HARRY I. Wll.EN-
sk i. ii.. eased
Thla 14th day of November U&l
MART B. WILENBKY, "
Administratrix of the
Eatate of
HARRY L. wii.EN8KY,
RICHARD KRIBQER FINK
Attorne) for the Eatate of
Harr> i. Wllenaky.
II 21 1- :>-12-19
id
1'. R. II RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
V THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
No. 22272
In !: ESTATE OP
M i \ hl'HI.ER, Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notiei li hereby given that I have
M.d m> final reiHirt as Administrator
i I llu Estate of Max Duhler. dec. an -
'I lal I have filed my Petition for
I Final Discharge; and that I will apply
oni of the Judges of the County
[Judge's Court, I hide County, Florida.
I 'he approval of the same and for final
. > as Administrator of the Es-
II jt<- of Max Duhler, deceased
Dated thla 19th day of November,
ALBERT DITBLER, Administrator
WILLIAM PALLOT
Attorne) !.,r Administrator
IM liimaham Building
I Miai I, Florida
M 12/3-12-19
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
UN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2*113. B
He ESTATE OF
HELEN SCHWARTZ, Deceased
i All I ieditors and All Persons Hav-
lalma or Demands Against
Batata:
J .....'I each of you. are hereby
I'fled and required to present any
a.niH and demanda which you, or
"lnii of you, may have against the
<'' of HELEN SCHWARTZ, de-
i.i-r.| late of Dade County, Florida.
the Honorable County Judaea of
'''! Lounty, and file the same in
Icee In the County Courthouse
''I' County, Florida, within eight
Mendar months from the date of the
|* pubHcatloa hereof. Said claims
demand! to contain the legal ad-
resa ol the claimant and to be sworn
' -""I presented as aforesaid, or
,:" will be barred.
I'.'!' November lth, AD. 1952.
ADOLPH MENDEL
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
HELEN SCHWARTZ.
,....... Deceased.
' M.l'll w. MALEK
- Lincoln Road
W} Reach, Florida
""ney for Adolph Mendel. Executor
11 '1 12/5-12
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 27222
RE ESTATE I 'I
JACOB M BEIDENBERO.
1 |. !
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni i nCE la hi n b) | ven thai --..
have filed a final ie|.rt and petltloi
for Final Discharge as Co-Executors
of the estate of JACOB M 8EIDEN-
BERU, deceased; and that on the
tlrd day of 1 nil. I 1982, n III
apply to th,- Honorable W. F. I'.i.an-
tii.n. County Judge "f Dwde County,
Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as said
Co-Executora of the Estate of JACOB
If. BEIDENBERO, deceased.
This IKth day of November, 1952.
BERTHA KAUFMAN
ISAAC JoFFE
Co-Exeeutori
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Executors
11/28 12/S-12-19
'

"*?! ORPBER
REBECCA GRPBER

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is m FU EH

MILDRED C, CARLYLE
Attorne\ f<>r
12 ll-lt-2<
Mill
l :
!

IN
IN
In
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 29120- B
Re: ESTATE OF
LOIIS KEERES, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LOUIS BEERES, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. HLANTuN, County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same in
his office In the Connty Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within elKht
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dresh of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same ill be barred. See
Section 120 of the KM Probate Act.
Date November 2i'th, A.D. 1953
FANNIE BEERES
As Executrix of the Last Will
anil Testament of
LOUIS BEERES, Deceased.
ISAAC JoFFE
Attorney for Executrix
1010 Bfscayne Building
Miami. Florida
11/28 12'5-lf-19
tmJ SE=,PY PUBLICATION
I cu[ItCuRCUIT COURT OF THE
aYS.Ti! JUD|CIAL CIRCUIT OF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
FR1N1 LeJUEZ, Plaintiff,
W11J.1A.M MAIKICE LaJUEZ,
-,,._____ Defendant
,.SUIT F0R DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM MAURICE LeJUEZ
I Manhattan Avenue
New York. N.w Vrk
You. WILLIAM MAURICE LeJUEZ
reb) notified that a Hill of
' omplalm for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are requited to
sen, ., copy of your Antwei "i Plead-
ing to the Rill of Cmplaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorney, OBOROE J TA1.-
lANUFF, 42" Lincoln Road, Miami
Reach. Florida, and file the original
Answer ,,r Pleading in th.
the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court on or
the ",th day r,f January, 19SS.
If you fail to do SO, judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the iaii <,f
' 'omplaint.
Tins notice shall 1- publlslH^d once
each week i n* itlve e/ei ka
In THE JEWISH 1 LuRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
:hi Jrd day f December.
A.D. :
E. II LEATHERMAN,
i lerk, ': ill 'ourt,
Dadi County, Fl i
t Court Seal)
I' R H. RICE, JR.
I
UE< iRGE .). TALIANtlFF
Attoi n. I ilntlff
oln Ro id
B. h, Florida
12 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to i ng ig In
bueJneea under the flctltloua name of
INTI'V FTRNTT1HE A- CMITHINC.
at 1752 N.W 7th Street. Miami. F ia..
Intend to register said name with the
Clark of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FRANK KITOHNER
MAl'RY ALTERSnN
UNITY FURNITURE CO..
an Illinois Co-Partnership
By Morns Nkatoff. a Partner
SHELDON LELCHUK
Attorney for Applicants
S0 Ingraham llldg.
11/28 12/5-12-19
__________LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51078
dsmi en thai BEN
Nun b< Uz2, dated
'
in my office,
tax de. |
. with
- the
.:-rated
..ili ide unty. l ,., |,
. streel
' the City ot Miami,
,
ild proper!
- led w.,.- In the
of I nknown. i
cdlng
' la."-. ........Tl
A I' 1952
this 10th d.,y of Nov.
LEATHERMAN,
: Circuit v.urt,
Dan. i- ..-,;., Florida,
(I Ircult r',, .,, ,i)
Bi N .' STERRETT.
LEGAL NOTICE
A 11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,.N"Ti - ring I., engage in
II.AMINi;., RESORT WEAR, at 719
v> ashington Avenue, Miami Re- h
intend t., register said name with the
'lerk Of the circuit Court of Dad-
County, Florida.
CHARLES rURMAN
....... IRVING WE8TIN
FTANLEY M PRED
Attorney for Applicants
III Beybold Bldg.
1J 12-19-M '.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
dealt log eng it,- in
ler th- fid lo is i.......,f
FOAM FAIR RUBBER PRODUCTS.
1 I :
''||- Count Florida, int. nds to rea-
| 'ftei i hum w ith the Clerk oC
1 lr in ',,ui t ,>f i... i. i mty.
rlda.
LOUIS ZELLER,
STANLEY Ii lEL LEVINE
Louis ZeJIer
i-> Lin. h. Road
II r

I NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-n"d. desiring to ng ,g, ,n
ss under the fictitious na
H & i: motors mot Inc.), at 975
Weal Flaglei Street, Miami. Florida.
to register said name wuli the
' of the circuit curt of Dada
County. Florida.
EDWARD HOROWITZ,
sole owner
1RVINC i'TI'KN
' foi- i iwner
(SI Lincoln Ri ad
Mia mi F;- ... ii. Florida
U 6-I1-1S-I6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<. engaa
ss under !>.e fn-tm .
N. E. .'.Mil ST. SUN'ii SERVlCp
8TATION, at 717 N. E. Th b'l
Miami, intend to r. glsti said
with the Clerk of the Circuit I rt
ol Dadi Fl rlda
SIDNEY ASTLER
JACK FINKEL8TEIN
12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERY GIVEN that
the undei i log ;,. ..;.,.-
.
LICKY SE\ EN \ :.--c N w
ith Avenui I I, 1 intends to
.
th, Circuit Court ol <
I
MEYER SIEG1
ELI BREG
.
_' ". I..n. oln ;.
Miami Beai h
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
ETTA MAE JoHNSoN. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ETTA MAE JOHNSON
71 Branner Avenue.
Prichard, Alabama
Yon are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
re a copy of your anauer
or pleading to the Bill of Comi
on the plaintiff's attorney. RICHARD
K. SHEI'Al'.D. JJmi W.st Flagler
Streel Miami, and file the original
pleading In the offi......f
thi Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
the 13th day of 1
1952. If you fail to do so. jud-
alt will be taken against you
I demanded in the Bill of
lalnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
13th day of November,
A.D
E B LEATHERMAN.
..f the Circuit Court
Bj w.M w STOCKING,
llerk
"-'-.- < -1!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name
STERLINi; APARTMENTS, at 2.1 N
YV. Kth Avenue. Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register mrd name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BARNETT WAXER
KAE WAXER
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for Applicants
11 21-28 12 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN I
Ing 1 ..j.- ,ii
business indi thi tltloua m
- !. 'till is 'i.M/ IRE, at
Blvd., -' n d
f the 0
: : ..,.i. County, Floi Ma.
KARL 8TUMPP
ANNE OSWALD
STEPHEN F KBSSLER
.'. ne> for Applicants
w. Flagler St,
11 21-88 12 1-12
im T,N2T,Ce TO CREDITORS
N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
, ,. No. 2S11S.B
iiVv, E8TATB OF
"l.Mn I. SUUARMAN,
T., in ,. Deceased
'"All fredttora and All Persons Hav-
"' lalms or Demands Against
I Estate:
V
'tilled
lh. :
itati
"id each of you, are hereby
and required to preaent any
jnd demands which >ou. or
>ou. may have against the
HENRY I M'UARMA.N. de-
late of Dad.- Count). Floi ill i
Honorable Countv Judges of
"ty, and file the tame In
O 'ttlil ."i.ii.ii, nil,I Hi ie soi'i
? ill i .""""ed as aforesaid, or same
V haired.
November 17. A.D. 152.
'F.RTRPDE SI1IIAKMAN
As Administratrix C.T.A. DBN
"' the Estate of
HENRY I. SUGARMAN.
terratuULi3r--
f^'l^ftCT-A. DBN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOS DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 1*4810
HOWARD I. tsPARET, Plaintiff.
BETH .M SPAREV. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS BETH M SPAREY
7I4 F'ay Street
lai Yolla
You'. BOTH M. BPAREY. are hereby
notified that a Rill of Complaint has
been filed against veil, and yjMI *
required to aarva <"pv of row
Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint on the Idalr.
neve. PINB TAYLOR, ;
Olvnipu. Iluilding. Miam '.. :;'
and file th- ..rigmal ATi-w.i o- Plead-
ing in tl" office of th- lark
circuit Court oa or before Ihe Mth
day of D.-.einbcr. ls.12. if yui fall to
do SO, jadgine:.!
"\-e weeka
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154667
HENDRIK JOHANNES SWARTJES.
Plaintiff,
HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJES,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO.
HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJES,
1 >c ft-ndant
c,o Tlllle Jooley. MM Lexington Place,
Elisabeth, New Jersey.
You are herebj notified that a Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce has been
against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Rill of Com-
plaint on KOVNER a- MANNHEIM-
F:if. 420 Lincoln Road, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before December 19. ISo2:
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint. ... ,
DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this l?th day of November,
AD- "'j2 E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Coort
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, Jesirlng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COSTA HOTEL AND APARTMENTS,
at 681*1 Bay Drive, sliami Reach, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
NATHAN LIPKIND
E8TELLE LIPKIND
11 2l-2 12 3-1!
(Sea,) By: R- H RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk
KOVNER & MAXMHB1MER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Miami Beach. Florida
11 21-2* 11 '-12
Thle notice
Miami.
NoVellll.er.
by default will be
for the r
II u of Complaint,
half be publfs
each "week for fcur "SffSKl,,
in THE JEWISH I i.ol.l I H AN
"VoNE AND ORDERED at
F'iori.1.1. this 26th day "f N<
A.D. 19.-.2. i.KATHEIlMAN.
CMrk, cn-.uit Court.
Hade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Sean ^.^
'Deputy Clerk
PINE A TAYLOR
Attorneys for .^'"V''
(11-616 (HympU Building
Miami it. Florida
Hv Richard G. Taylor
U/U -ll/l*-
NOTICE DNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to etigai "
business under the fictitious name of
THE NOOK, at : W. Flagler Street,
MlamL intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
,.f Dade County. Florida
FRANK
JACK E
HENRY NUS8ENB MM
Attorne) for Apt)
lull Sevli.ld Rldg.
:- "-'-_____
GOEBEL
LEE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTI'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctRioBa fatme of
CERTIFIED IMPROVEMENT CO., at
v.'ake cr.ek and N W. tod Ave
Miami. Kla intend to register MM
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CARL I.l'NDY *
F'DITH LUNDY, his wife:
MAX DREYER &
ANNA DREYER. his wife:
SAMUEL DREYER *
EI.1IAHETH DREYER, his wife
GEORGE J. TALJANDFF
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
11/21-M 11/8-U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 29088
In Re: ESTATE OF"
ANNA SIOARMA.N. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Said F-state:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou. may have against the
estate of ANNA SUGARMAN, deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to
the HON. W. F. RLANTON or
FRANK B DOWLING. County Judges
,f Dade County, and file the same in
his office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be swum
to and pre*ented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. Stee Section 120 of the
IMS Probate Act.
Date November 17. A.D. 19.12.
GERTRl'DE S1GARMAN.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
ANNA SUGARMAN. Deceased
PALLOT. SILVER A. Ml'l.LOY
^ttornevs for Administratrix
11 21-2* 1-' 5-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious name of
JEAN and PRANK'S WEE WASH IT.
at Kit Ni K. 2nd Ave., Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name-
with the .'lerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
FRANK GINSBERG
JAY I. COHEN
Attorney for FTank Gunsberg
11 2:-2K 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SI'N.sHINE TOURS AND SUNRAT
TOURS, at !U N F. 1st Avenue.
Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
SI1.ANA TRAVEL COMPANY. Inc.
ELI BREGER
Attorney for Applicant
185 Lincoln Road
11 21-2S 12 3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uti'le'. sinned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious same of
FLORIDA'JU1CB & SYRUP CO., it
21.1 N W. 27th Street Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FLORIDA JUICEj IXC .
a Florida corporation
COURSHON & COI-RSHON
Attornevs for Florida Juice. Inc.
11 21-2- 12 .1-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE It HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undt r the fictitious name of
THE GIFT BOWL, at (SI Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
"'*'' THE FRl'IT BOWL. INC.
GEORGE l TALIANOFF
\ ; ...ant
42u Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
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ATTORNEYS!
Tha Jewish Floridkm ao-
BcMb tout legal notices.
W* crppradato year
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate aerrlce at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger aenrlce.
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
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PAGE 12 C +Je#istincr*Mar GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE NEWS TOWER GRILL "WE AIM TO PLEASE" Lunches — Sandwiches — Soft Drinks IN THE NEWS TOWER Miami Tile Distributors Inc. DISTRIBUTORS FOR • Architectural Glazed Clay Wall Tile • Willette China and Chro.xe Accessories • Ceramic Floor Tile • Alabama Marble • Terrazzo Machines and Supply 2C4 N.E. 59ih Terrace Ph. 14 6673 GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK 510 Langford Bid*. PHONE 9-4747 FOLLOW THE CROWD COTTAGE8 THE COCKALORUM RESTAURANT & BAR OPEN 8:30 A.M. to 4:00 AM. Phone 81-67190 13501 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 38. Florida GREETINGS FRIDAY ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-77M ALL FLORIDA SURETY COMPANY 409 BISCAYNE BUILDING MIAMI 32. FLORIDA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES HAPPY CHANUKA L L POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1659 Lenox Avenue rMealM Amassbador McDonald, .Manischewitz Meet \ula*s Yacht Basiii 1884 N. W. North River Drive Phone 2-3067 1 DR. W. H. ELLIS S9 N.E. 13th Street Miami. Fla. PHONE 3-3453 GREETING! JOHN A. MATTHEW*! MIAMI. FLA. TO ALL ... THE SEASOKJ BEST WISHES Aeolite Seei Sign to. 404 S.W. 3rd Aw. PHONE 2-0152 Bond Transfer Co., IK, Tracking 1944 N. W. 7th Avem PHONE 2-3144 Dr. lames G. McDonald (left), first US Ambassador to Israel and author ol My Mission In Israel chat, with Bernard Manischewitz. president of the famous matzo-bakinq firm, at a recent reception for Dr. McDonald in the Manischewitz home. Durina the reception, it was announced that the B. Manischewitz Company, with the cooperation'of the American Asso23r£ ,hl !l Ed 4 u ~ on Presenting copies of Dr. McDonald's popular volume on ferae! to the libraries of Hebrew schools throughout the country EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1215 N.W. 21si SL Washing end PolUliinj — Lubrication — Batleriea — Tlree M echa ni c on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery 71st Street Service Station H. GOLDMAN SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street Miami Beach Phone M-S170 TO ALL GREETINGS JEFFERSON CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractors 3128 CORAL WAY. MIAMI. FLA. Buell S. Hunsberger. Local Manager Main Office: 75 First Street. Cambridge, Mass. GREETINGS BRADLEY I'l I MltlM, CO. "Hialeah's Quality Plumbers" P. O. Box 732 Hialeah. Florida ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 88-1516 BRADLEY GEISSINGER CALL 2-4788 YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. 46 N.W. 7th Street Phone MIAMI BEACH NATIONAL BANK 1651 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH ELSASSER'S HARDWARE & PAINTS


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FBIDA Y, PfiCEMBER 12. 1952 ^ggggg gggg PAGE 9 A* M: IMNWIIMM, ,4 f tKf -hopp..,,. by tfc, UcrHU, I •WWWMJ Go out and sell, or stay home'to buy Israel Bonds on BIG DAY—SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14th. Join the volunteers who are visiting their fellow-citizens to give them an opportunity to become subscribers to Israel Bonds. jmk If you can't do that, be sure to stay home on BIG DAY. When the volunteer comes to your door, listen to the facts about Israel. Buy a State of Israel Bond, and become a partner in thejii^Ufuture growth of Israel. Make SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14th a big BIG DAY for Israel and for you. I flMntWI mformatoOn, m eOOa>ma m *• "•§" wW. M MB—If m*4 la %  mw —pM l hetMM Mca %  ... M Im ttm l MM %  —M— Ml It IMMH I *M. *• Ma-l l Ml4. Of.or. far IMA M/ M phBJ •, *W rot<.ct to t obf a/no. from: American Financial and Davalopmant Corp. for IsratJ STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS STATIo, ISRAEL UMM4MMWJM %  OND If SUE ^* iue it intended 10 promote the eco""*>* development of iht Slate of twirl. "' J'"W ire uved for the purcruw of "Jl," w '>'•* miterill*. equipment md ,..,' """* MiinrJ lo increase the country a piodu,,,,. IK.IMW,. TV allocation, from J* Mid ..we and illocaied raprnd.turei rMjift '"" &f >'" 5 <* SB" 'nd.itry and power Ai'icultute "•ntportmon iB j <0 *munit adoo Sj* H ••• "oui.rvi loam "* klmon COM |20 l>0 JMJ it.l 40 4 JO 0 Hi 49 M S.4 ment %  >00 1*4 0 nm \? CO' W MMm-t ROnomK develop ofliSjfSS •l" • lMl expenditure ,5 al 00 000 000 •"*• 1500.000.000 10 <* P0.(W V |„„| ^J ch,, tw,. trie*, and the balance it to be obtained in the United State*. The ISOO.000.000 State of hrael Bond lime if the lar*et mle aource of funda lot thia program The rapid, large Kale immiraiion required an import aurplua to meet the investment needt ol the economy For 19t9 receipts on current account (epreed in hrael pound.. IL, then nied at 12 0 to the pound) were IL 20.600.000 and payment*, IL 94 100.000 For 19*0 the respective h( urea were IL 2I.WO.000 and 114.900,000, and, for I9JI. IL 24.600.000 and l>4.100 000 £conomic Hep* detigned to combat inflation and encouraje productmrr ol labor included the r*t*bli*hment m Frhruarr 19^7 of additional rate* ol etchanieol II 40 and II 00 io 'he pound to atlrace foreign inveatmenr and to promote eiport, teaHKl,on of bonk credit and other meature*. A. ol December )l. 1951. ****** wta IL I9J9 (eaclumre ol Tre**ur Bill*, omitted because ol rhe.r relauon to the private Special Defeme Bud>et) l"*el ha* never aVin. MM defaulted on the principtl Of intere*! on anv debt Covernmeni bodart* (eicluuve of the Special Delem* Budiret and receipt* Iroati related internal loam) have been ai lollowi, | in million, of IL: Rtmpii umtn | 21.9 W.I 92 9 9)1 1410 1411 | 1291 1)1) Mall, 41 • Mar 11/40 Apr 1/49-Mu)l/S0 Apr I/J0 Mic.M/SI Apt 1.51 -Dec Jl/il American Financial and Development | Corporation for hrael. 120 Broadwav. New Yorl. New York, i* the underwrner lot the ittue. Coiaimitaioiif or diatounta are 6. The State alto bear* certain other opeotet in | CMectioti wvm the %  ilaliin, | rwrrp^offMMMOMWP j %  %  Mlwr (a) !-'.-. aw-t Moda Dun m m *4 m FimM Tear 3V*% Ooltar CoopM ha*, j 1622 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH. Ph. 58-5S61 1401 CONGRESS BLDG., MIAMI. Ph. 9-2451 Fill out and mail the aMachad coupon today! AMERICAN FINANCIAL I DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION FOR ISRAEL 1622 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Y, I want to join tho Honor Roll of Israel Bond purchasers on BIG Da/, Sunday, December 14th. Please have a volunteer worker visit me and bring me a prospectus and the facts aboul Israel. I will be home from: QAAA. DA.M. %  .... %  ;..ti.i • • %\m „ ooc HOMO • UOMOO M CopifW Appeot-MBM* 0* Toot I2.3O0 M* I I i M^rir, VOIM, IJ0olMMMl 1 I %  MO • $W0 • BW • BSO01 $J.fJO0 • 110,000 | 11.000 • 12,500 QP.M. to DP.AA. MttCSScm. JTAIf_ m,**.*--~—'u ~ t "* tm, "* n *** rtx IuritU*. The eflerhvi It •nl/ by MM P U MIOM,



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IFRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1952 **">^#far*##7 Greetings from Billig & Schwartz Florida'! Firs! and Only Public Relations and Fund Raising Counseling Firm MIAMI BEACH One Lincoln Rd. Bldg. MIAMI 2904 Biscayne Blvd. Tels.: 5-7080, 58-2454. 9-7391 PAGE 9C TO ALL GREETINGS Atlantic Slipcover Service Service Phone 64-2522 2455 N.W. 54th ST. MIAMI TO ALL GREETINGS McAllister Barber & Beauty Shop MCALLISTER ARCADE 1618 GREETINGS Star Electric Co. "No Job Too Small or Large' 1515 S.W.*67lh AVENUE MIAMI. FLA. Phone 87-5147 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL MEL • JACK HERMAN KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 2-5197 TO ALL %  SEASON'S GREETINGS We Specialize In Hotel Contracts Custom Finishing Sand Blasting Tropical Refinishing Dade Refinishers 5002 E. 10th LANE HIALEAH. FLORIDA Phone 88-6846 *• A MOST HAPPY HOUDAY NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY ASSOCIATES — -i *~ w^-— % % %  sjs sjev Stockholm news is that nr c< 1 famous Jewish scientist whWwoAta ^SUS Waksman worldcm has been hailed by %  cknttatT.? dlscover V of streptomy•ty throughout the age, ha Xo„V ?T* COntributi n to humanfor Medicine and Physiology ?W8rded this year s N <-< P"ze ^^SS^iSiiSp^ InS,itUtC f ^ ""^ersity of ta2f fJrSt effCCtive anlib 'tic ound for use against tuberculosis. Dr. Waksman, who is to receive a cash prize of $33,200, was chosen from among a list of outstanding scientists throughout the world whose names were submitted for consideration. Born in the small Ukranian town of Priluka in 1888, Waksirro.rTT, to tht United States n 1910. After acquiring the English language, he entered Rutgers College of Agriculture in 1911 and thus started a scientific caSelman Waksman Wins Nobel Prize reer that brought him personal fame and inestimable service to mankind. He was graduated from Rutgers College in 1915, when he started out on a search and research for the lifesaving drug which he was to perfect some thirty years later. Some years ago, he established an endowment foundation from the entire proceeds of the sale of streptomycin and set up an Institute of Microbiology at Rutgers University. He is the fourth researcher and the second Jew to win the Nobel prize in antibiotics. The other Jewish scientist to win that coveted prize was Dr. Ernest Boiis Chain, who shared the award in 1945, with three other researchists in antibiotics. In the somewhat more than fifty years since the establishment of the Nobel Prize," there have been 28 Jewish winners. The greatest distinction came to Jews in the field of medicine, twelve of them having received the Nobel Prize in Medicine, among them American-born Joseph Erlanger, who received the prize in 1944. Jews also excelled in the field of physics, with Professor Albert Einstein as the outstanding theoretical physicists of all time. There have been eight Jewish winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics. In the field of chemistry, there have been four Jewish winners, all of them Germanborn. In the field of literature, there were two Jewish winners of the Nobel Prize, Paul Von Heyse, of Germany, in 1910, and Henri Bergson in 1927. There have also been two Jewish winners of the Nobel Peace Prize. < ^ *^''* < W^M^>Ar^


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PAGE 10 D fJmisii ncrMian_ miDAY^DECENffiERu LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOHiO* IN PrtOjMTt. No. 29218-B In Re EST vTE < IP WEN Cl'NNINtiHAM, I •• .,-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A is an.l All I %  H I 'I H I.>• |ii' :,.;:i.,..., n-! .. • I '• You, %  'til each of \ .1 :. .i i • 'l. : | | I %  | .' ll". claims .i ni ih man la h h j ou J • n .i 1:.. v %  i :.t 'n-t lilt • te % %  : iWBX f I'NNINUH \ M. 'l< Of PasSS i J N-\ Jersey, i" tinHon I' i I'll' '.i I .ill i f|U 114 in their "I' • • In th, I %  1 uae In I •.-•.t %  Count! I • ghl calendar months from th, ol the first publication hereof Said m tl demands I,, contain the iL.' addreas of the claimant and to l. sworn in an,l presented aa aforesa 'i. in aame w ii be barred s.. Pectlor '-'i' of th,' IMS Probate Aet. l iati 11, ember B AT) 1*52. /a, LEON KAPLAN As Ancillary Administrator .' t.a. OWEN CUNNINGHAM. I liic I s, ,1 MYERS, MEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorney* for Ancillary Admlniatrator t "„i Key bold Huil.liiiK Miami, Ha. 12 !2-l-2 1 2 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT £ TJM ClRCU^COU RJ R OF T HE AND FOR UADc COs WV, FLORIDA. IN CHANCER1 No. CI.A 'I NOT l t UN >'LUL IC • fiON | II tl -i'.\ v %  > V< 11 ARE HKHElll %  i .! tu serv, %  %  ; %  ay of J %  • • : .i I ,• Pto i ifei %  %  .ii-i you J T iii ,. ahall I • ,..,, h we< for foil live weeks n 1 Mi. JEW ISH I i • Miami, i oi .'..i i' •, K i: LEATHERS iS. I el ',. i 'I ..lit lii w \l W bToCKINO. Deputy Clerk I ALLOT. SILVKIt AMI'LLoY attorneys for Plaintiff M.4 Ingraham Building M..inn. Florida. I! 12-19-26 i 2 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 155056 NADINE JOHNSON, Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE JOHNSON, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OEoRiiE F JOHNSON It 1>. *1 r 0 Talcs Trailer Sales Monaoa. Panna) l\ ania You are hereby notified thai i BUI of Complaint for I > i-v %  • filed against you and you are required In sei ve a copy nf > nur answer to the Bill of Complaint on PlainUfrg attorney. 1 R MAYERS, SOT Congress Building. Miami, Florida, and file th.. oritttiial Answer in lot %  of th. Clerk "f the Circuit I tou t on or liefer,th,istb ii.\ i,f January, 1953, otherwise said cause taken ,,s confa as ed by you Dated at Miami, Florida this Ith ..> of 1 • %  eiiil.. r. 1 '• E. I!. LEATHERMAN ""lerk of the i .-I'..urt Bj WM W STOCKING Deputy C • k I R MAY KItS ej foi Plaintiff : "7 i 'ongreas Building Miami, Florida 12 I2-1S-M — l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS lii.i;i.i. GIVEN Cat tie undersigned, deatrtng to engage m huslm -s undei the fli iltlo DELTA TILE CO at SIM 8, W l list: %  t. Miami. Intend to i, Btl said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida GEORGE IKKiAN MANTEL BRUDER SEYMOUR A OOPMAN Attorn*} for Applicant! j".:. Lincoln Road I! 12-1S-2C — 1'2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND'eOet DADE COONTY IN CHANCERY. No 1550:2 MM:'. IACK %  IPPIM 1.. i \'l .1 I In u. DI •i • • rii : the I lit I ''" Ih ... %  : U .... J i.lmi .ill lull %  i, n th< Rill of Complaint rii.. weeks :i Tlil JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN : i i\ i AM i IRI 'EREI at •h '., da) of December, \ D I • %  -' i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I .nle i 'ounty, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) B) It. H RICE, JR. i'. :i\ Clerk, GEORGE J TAI.1AN' IFF Attorne) fin Plaintiff Ito l.iini.ln Road Miami Beach, Florida 12 It-lt-tS 1/1 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORiUA IN CHANCERY. No 154g69 M \ Pill \ HAY I'K.V Plaintiff \l I'.KRT HA V >EN I '• '' i I ii NOTICE Bv PUBLICATION II kYDEN | ',... -.: \. > v., L HKREBV iOTIFIl U i ,.f i t for I rtvoi i e i Inal > % %  ii In Ih, i .i -,, a >l ) i,ii ai %  i,, red to aerv* a OMM ol i n. Hill %  %  Comp %  nl LEGAL^Jioricj NOTICE LSDEr^r---^, N*N"E LAW IT| 0UP I OlVBl ^'irlagu!' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15502? ARTHIK THOMAs MBRRITT, Plaintiff VI ( \U\ BEGER MERRITT, l'. f, ndanl To MtllY SEGER MERRITT mi Sooth Carolina Avenui B B Washington, tl C You are notified thna Bill "f Complaint for Divorce has been filed against yOU, and you are herebv rei, -ir, to -. %  : \, ,i coi i of ) ,IIIana *fei t., the Hill ..f i 'omplalnt on the ntlfl attorney, DAVID A FRANK, i"! Olympla Rullding, Miami Florida, and file the original answei In th. offici : in. cii i %  of th.cir• ill Court in and i> ; Dads County. Pourt H" isi Mian h lorlda, • bet '• the "th day Of January. IV".^ DATED ..t Miami. Florida, this ith ;.,> of December, li*". J K B l.KA TIIKKM \\. Clerk IIF:RT 8IDNEY MAYER 6H3 South Shore Drive Chicago. Illinois ; You. are required to serve i ropy of your answer to the Hill of Comrtaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the orflce of the Clerk nf the Circuit Court on or before the jth dav Of Janiisrv. 1951: otherwise the Hill i,f ("omplalnt for Dlvnrr-e. heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed bv you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 4th clay of fiecember, 1*52. V. H LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Seal) By: MC GREEN, Deputy Clerk MICHAEL M. ISENIUCRG Attorney for Plaintiff HOT Rlscayne Building Miami, Florida 12 12-1. 2 — 1/J DEPENDABLE DOME8TIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. 5th Street Phone g-fMOl AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner CERTIFICATE Or CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I'|' ALL TO WII'i.M THE8E PRE8ENTH SHALL COME. GREETING* This is to rertlf) that, whereas. Jack Rubin, Miami P.a h, Fla Hani! M ltlll.in, Miami Beach I .. ining Rubin, Mian. i. '.. Fla • inl on the IMh daj ol September, AD 1H..1. uuM' t<, be Incorporated under the provlalona of Chapter lt"i*i. Laws ol CM nl.,. icta of 1>: I:i:.\ %  'ii LETTER Co., In oral w ith ;ts principal place ol buaineas .,t Miami i leai h, i ..me County, n tht Btntt of F'lornia. and whereas Ihe propel officers "f such corpomUi n did on the let of Iiecember. A D. 1JS2 Cause to he filed III the offlee of th. Secretary of state of the State o' Florida, a duly authenticated resolution adopted b the •toekhotders under the proviaJons of ~I,I Chapter l"'is. Laws of Florida, A. t ol if,. Snowing the dissolution ,' s. : h corI'lTaiion. and the Bectetgr) of S:.,t. iaatatned that the requirements ol Uiw have l>e-n eoini.iieti with IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and hse affixed the Oreat Baal of th. st,i. % %  '. Flo'Ida. at Tallahassee, the Capital. thi the 1st day of I e.. mber, A D PC.2 R A ORAY, SecreUr) of State %  SEAL) >3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLMT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 154997 MATILDA CATANIO, Plaintiff. \ s JACK CATANIO, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T' JACK CATANIO li'.'M University Avenue NewYork Citv. New York PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that suit for divotM HlilldIng Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ?r.. or h / ,ore Ih s '> day of .lanuarv. II : a-f i'.'"' ,f?'! t0 %  %  Julgment by default will be taken asam-t yon for the relief demanded in the Bill of <'omplalnt. ''"d this 8th day of December. E. B LEATHERMAN Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk HENRY Nt'SKENItACM Attorney for Plaintiff 1041 Seybold Building Miami, Florida n/u-iy-M — 1/ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Ne. 2S2.eS B In lie FWTATE the Mon FRANK It IXYWIJNG County Judge of Dade Count*. s-ri file the same In bis office In the (ounty ( ourthouse in Darte Count. Florida within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication Bald claims ,r demands to ConUin the let-al address of the claimant ami t„ he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred Pate I ie, eoil,, AD 15JS 's BCRNBTT RoTH* A J F i ;, < u or nf ,h '-"st Will and Testament of MAXIM HBRBHEY, ROTH AND KAHER P !" "*Attorne) for Batata of Maxim llersh. \ 112 Congress Building Miami Florida 12 12-li-at i ; ,K, -r l 0 J'S E ^ B V PUBLICATION LM aTJt^CIRCOIT COURT OF THE EL £. V i NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155057 CH M:I.I:S MCKCMECI. CARMEN IC MLSI'MKI-I Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE 1" CMtMEN K MI'SL'MECI ••I. Agonta Avenue Philadelphia 26. Pennsylvania Tou. CARMEN K MIHCMECl are hereb) notified that a Bill of Com • f"l-hed" .. ...\"." k f r ,our consecutive weeks DON. i-SM "-"RIAN FtoSda" ths ,,h ,!1 ,"' : K M M, nt < Circuit It B LEATHERMAN. '.'* rk 'ircult '"*'"• mLwB. W STICKING. BEN tmmr—* r rk Attorney for Plaint. ff 23 Seybold Hida. Miami. Ha. II i:-i-2 — i/i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. Ne. tt4B SHELDON II. BARON. Plaintiff vs. JoAN HAItON. Defendant TO: JOAN BARON 271 I'eahlne Avenoe Newark. New Jersey NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. JOAN BARON, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Invoice has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy V?... >ou r Answer or Pleading to the Bill of t omplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attotney. HKNRY N t'HKF:NBAl'J>l 1041 Seyhold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2th day of December. 1952. If you fall to do so. Judgment l.v default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Iwied this Mh day of November. I B LEATHF;RMAN. Clerk. Circuit Couit. Dade County. F"k>rlda. By. WM. W. STOCKING. ....... Deputy dark HKNRY NCSSFINIIAPM Attorney for Plaintiff HM1 Seyhold Building Miami. Florida. 12'i-12-l-2 N AND FOR DADE CO^NTV FLORIDA ,N PROBTTV' No 289M-A In Re. B8TA I E UK NATHAN HoRN, DeceuM To All Credit,:., n d Ail P._ Hj^CUimsorl^tnZa ^ Mli and • h of you. r notified and required to pre* claims and demands wht n h either of you, may have aei'MiSl estate of NATHAN lRH'.N dei3 late of Dade County. Florida \7Z Hon. W. F BIANTON, CesstrJgl of IXtde County, and fli, th, asT In hbi office In Ih. Count) ''imruea in Dade County, Florida. \1th1n ,ot calendar months from the daltd] the first publication hereof aa claims or demands to emUb lb** legal address of the claimant ali be sworn to and present-i \ ( listi said, or same will Ie harred Date Noveml.ei ;tth, A I> IK! CLARA HORN und MORRIS HoKN. As Executors nf the Last TH and Testament of NATHAN HoRN, Dettnt KOVNER & MANNHF.IMER Attorneys for Exei Utort II :•! — 12/5-12-:'' L N J. HE S' RCU,r COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No 1MgS2 ROBERT ALEXANDER BANNKRMAN. Plaintiff, u DOROTHY MARIAN RANNERMAN, Defendant, NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: DOROTHY MARIAN BANNBRMAN, defendant • 0 Ma. k :..t Seventh Avenue New Yoik. New York i>Za% IM'ROTHY MARIAN BANNERMAN, are hereby notified that a Hill of 1 omplalnt for Divorce has been tiled against you and vou are i-'-iiulred to serve a copy of your Answer or lleadlng to the Rill of .-'." n • l L l .", m, • n ,hf Plalntifrs attunievs. KOVNEB \ MANNHEIMER, 420 Lincoln Ito.ol. Miami Beach, F'W.rlda. and file the original Answer or PleadingIn |he office of the Clerk of the Circuit 1 -OHM on or before the 2th day of December. lr,2. If you fall to do *,. Judgment by default will 1 _?". •" %  mi >u for the relief oSC IT 1 L n ,h "" t'nmplalnt. n ^ K A N r ORDKRED at Miami. ISM nth !" %  November, E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court icie^..i. c ^ d, '"P^nty. Florida It.Ircult Court Seal) By R. H RFCE. JR. arrliiw &f nuty cie.k 0 U I ? ;n k co.n*R 3 i. A d NNHK,i,ER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES ibl the undendgneil. desiring tu inaii business under the f ,-t itl^us name a* HARRY'S SrSOCtl BERVTCB, U 4201 W. F'lagler Street, Mum. FVfIda. Intends to register said net with the clerk of the Circuit Ogg of Dade County. Florida HARRY HUMBUG* WILLIAM I BRENNEB 42 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Fla 11/28 — I1/S-1J-1> IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUtt IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROgATE No 2g9M-B In Re: ESTATE iP MORRIS A. GELLI8 Iss-.ISSI NOTICE TO CREOIT0M To All Credit':snd All I'enjJJ Having Clain.s Hemaadf Apia Mild Estate You. and each of you. art i**r notified and reoulred to pntntt • claims and d< tuands wh.i'h you. either of you. n.. have • estate of MORRIS A ,;KI.U>. %  censed late of Dade ,'ounty, Flortaj. to the Hon. County JuilUenf 1J" County, and file the same % %  office In the Count> CoorUwel Uade County. Florida, within nt" calendar months front the oM." the flrat pul Hon heienf. cUlms or demand" to -n Mt 1* legal address ol th. laiiiunt *" he sworn to and presented *"": said, or sain.s be jejret J Section IM of th, 1 %  %  *. A(t Date Novembei .1. AD. w* SYDNEY 1; 1.1.1.!ff As LM HOI of IM UH I and Test.in.it "• MORRIS A GELU8' ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATiOff OUTFITS Low#.t Pric,,, __ Quickest Deliwy in South Florida COSEPH W US Unnclr Rd U/fi--"/-M- MALEK. AttV



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PAGE 8 A *Jc*istncrkttan ""DAY, DEC EMfin, Re-el"cted P~sHent ~f '*"> Grer*"* Micmi Jewish Community Center Stanley C. Myers (left; is shown presenting a fioque to Abe Kuimcn wno accepts the citation for outstanding work done durina th GMTCC Buildinq Fund Campaiqn. The plaque is dedicated tc Kurman, Henry Jacobson and Kurman. ..^ Stanley Myers To Head GMJCC Again; Scheiner, Simkowitz, Mrs. Sirkin VP's Stanley C. Myers, civic and; i omunity loader, was re-elected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center I. -'. Tuesday at the Center's Second Annual Meeting held in the j T ATI Branch. Other officers elected were I Sheincr. Isidore Simkowitz and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. vicel presi :• :.•Mrs. Carl Weinkle, I Od Sidney Stilli Tracing GMJCChf I itt first Annua M -.x Pn Myers, in I.'i:::! revl wed 1 %  | ress t daU and the futun i ah< i Myen said that the ageni id pted a budget which i been approved bj The Great• Miami Jewish K lei ition and ii i within the limitat; ru of its available fur. I He also indicated that the E'ard of Directors bai assumed increased responsibility in the area of internal income through Fund Raising under the leadership of Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof and through membership under the leadership of Leo Sheiner. Highlight of the evening was the presentation of a plaque, Flakier Plans New Year's Eve Party The Women's Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center hold its monthly luncheon on Tuesday. Mrs. Leon Bernard WU assisted by the Mesdames Aaron Shapiro. Walter Stewart. Jack Cohen. Ralph Lang and B. Farberman. The Group will meet again on December 18th. at 8:30 p.m. Bernard Welkind. principal of the Sunday School, has made plans for a traditional Chanuka Party to be held Sunday morning. December 14th. at 10 a.m. Pupils will bo seated around banquet tables, and a Menorah ( will be lit at each table. Each class will have part in the as, sembly. Children in the Dramatic j Group will wear costumes which j they made in class. The Arts and Crafts class will have a disj play pertaining to the holiday.! The Center is expecting a full j house to attend it Annual New i Year's Eve Party. Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Stewart, co-chairmen, announce that reservations may be made by calling Mort Elterman. Al Constantin and Mrs. Ben Clein. Pi Lambda Phi Alumni gets the University of Miami Fraterai House under way with the signing of a charter. Pi u. present at the signing are (left to right) Leonard Caplin j president; Edward Klein. Legal Committee; Joseph Liote director; and Frank Marks, president. Center is Judqe y N. Morris. Other Pi Lambda Phi directors named were I Jordan. Herbert Schwarz, Leonard Wein and Henry Hohanw Construction will commence the middle of next year 3 completion of the Bond Drive now under way. Hebrew Academy Women Launch Final Phase O Journal Campaign Fisher Will Head Flagler Religious Group M( Fisher will head the which will bo located in the: Town Branch Building, to Dav-i id Brown. Henry Jacobson and Abe Kurman "who by their genj erous contributions, stimulated | and sparked the Building Fund Campaign which made possible; the erection of this building." Kurman responded to the presentation. Monne Gelb. who served as chairman of the Annual Meeting Planning Committee, presided and introduced the entertainment for the evening, which included vocal renditions by Can.'.. %  b Bornstein, of Temple a demonstration of the Town Branch Modern Dance Group, led by Soni Green; and community singing led by Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, musical director of Beth David Synagogue. Refreshments were provided by a committee of hostesses headed bj Mrs. Joseph Duntov. They included the Mesdames Sylvia Chertkof. Ben Essen, Herman Feldman. Meyer Forer. E. H. Gale, Monroe Gelb. Samuel Gert; man, Sally Gainsboro. Joseph Horowitz, Leo Huberman, Leon Kaplan, Stanley C. Myers, Leo i Sheiner, Isidore Simkowitz, MilMembers of the Hebrew Academy Women will hold a Loyalty Luncheon on Monday afternoon, at the Hotel Good, to launch the final phase of their campaign for the Fifth Annual Pictorial Journal. The Journal will be issued in conjunction with the Academy's Annual Dinner, scheduled for FISHER ACTI IR MIAMI JE MMUNITV CENTEI Artvu.Siuill.m Three generations are represented above. Mrs. Moses Krieger (left), her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, and her garndson, Richaxd Fink, were all elected to the Board of Directors, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, at the GMJCC Annual Meeting this week. Religious Activities Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. From Brooklyn, New York, Fisher was president of the Visiting Sick Society there for 18 years. He has been a Miami resident s i n c 1944. Mrs. Aaron Shapiro has been appointed secretary of the Religious Activities Group. In charge of Friday evening services are Joseph Masters, Jess Freed and Berrv Clein. j ton Sirkin. Sidney Stiller, Carl Susskmd and Carl Weinkle. Ben Essen, chairman of the Nominating Committee, reported for his committee. The following Board of Directors were elected: !.•-> Ai k. : MI, in. i 'li.n i. .. V.I. im.tn .l.iii!.Albert, Shlrle) Hatii.it. MrK. i ii,., Bognei. .I.I pj i 'arver, l.eo bnJken, Q gt ChartKof, lira Sylvia Chertkof, Hen Claln, Abraham Cohen Mm. Abraham Cohen, Mm Al Cotnan"i A Budd Cutler, living Cypan, Arthur DeOuti, Joseph Uuntov, htri Joseph Duntov, vie Bber, Morton Elterman, Malvln Knalan.lrr. Mm Malvin BnaUnder, u,>n A Epstein, K.n Raaen, Mr. Ban EMM, lira. Bannu roMBMua, Mm n..i"thy l-.iik. Richard Kink. Mn Mayer 52>rar, Mm Jam M Preed, Milton Friedman, Henry Oaj-laon, Monrle '..II.. Mr. Monroe Uelb, Mrs Lao uolvan, H.n..rt Oeierntar, Mn. BamJ*el J.ertniaii. IVu .l.ll.r. Mamhall %  ."'.'! M '"'CMnaburB, i-iwrewe ','"' "*• Sl 'Lawrence Ooldborc. Burton Ooldeteln. David M Oordon MiI'.IM.I M Oordon J... k aordon, Emanuel Qraff, Mn Bmanuel Oraff. i> r Roberi Ornyaon MiSophie Orlmaldl, Prof. Ramual ,, M| annual Hlrach, Mn Morrli Honigbaum, I...., Huberman, *'''•• "Hi., rinan. Qua Jarobaun Hyman Kam, Aaron Banner, I....,, KPi"! %  ~ "*P'*n, Irwln '' : ,' % %  •; •' Klai W .:,.,,„ Bneap" ,' N %  '•• %  %  Ki I. r< r, Mn Leon Bupper, Abe Burman Jai k I..II,.|..M. i., ,, Landla, Irvlna U*. Harold lebow. bldne) Lofcourt. Mta Philip l^fkowlt, Ehlel ..,>„: • %  ''• H" rr > l-.-Mii.-. Charleii A J.ii,l" 1 / '" "; Upton IN i7-;J„ ,,,,, i <' Mt %  Anna %  %  Mr Bei lain n Ml! %  Miller, Joeepn M. ,.„,.' BUnlev i' \n,.,. v.. • Btanle) r Myen, loaeph Bevel ItavM Orllk, M...,, ,,-,' • ? ', I %  Bdward \" %  -I-'. H i %  % %  Rothateln 1 •! H h •• w ...., ... SevvHll fS; Hr h '-• "he H. %  %  %  Krher M. Herbert grher. Du ..., man. rred K si,.., i Hlmko, Milton nrlrhT MK' M?.t2i r..„i Sobal, Dr Arthui Hokotofl Mm Norman hoi n K I..„ ban S|„, ,..,. ,.,.„ s .. .. ,„ Lewi. Bternaheln. Sl,l„... stiller V Si.lney stiller. Mm C.„l Bua'aklnd Ro*rt T,.i.er. Carl Weinkle Mm' William Zu.kermnn. Harry Zu.kerbooks that wore purcha-ed the Academy Library. Mrs. Harold Turk will r-pt] on audio-visual equipment [ chased recently by the Acadtafl Mrs. Alexander Kogani:!iui marize the action taken by t Academy Room Mothers in sea ing to prevent distribution objectionable comic books on! Board of Directors formed xi eral two-man teams to cm|4 the canvass of the Greater Sa community for the annual aft Parents who recently coxpkfl ed visits to the Academy^ Eo lish classes will soon present ports on their tours. Mrs. Josql Zemel, chairman of the Liara Sunday mghT January 4th. at SS^SS "'.'"r0p rt o:irec ? the Miami Beach Auditorium. Admission to the Loyalty Luncheon will be free to all women who buy or sell $18 in advertisements for the Journal and who present the ads at the luncheon. A special Chanuka presentation by students of the Academy will highlight the meeting, acam 7~Beach" newsstands.' cording to Mrs. B. I. Binder and I Mrs. Samuel Ritter, luncheon chairmen. Serving on the comI mittee are the Mesdames Her-' bert Cohen, Samuel Cohen, MurI ray Deblinger. Harry Genet, Har| old S. Kaufman and Louis Suss, man. Mrs. David S. Andron, chairman of the Hebrew Academy Women's Journal Committee, urged maximum attendance at the luncheon, "since time is be, ginning to run out for this year's' journal." Mrs. Roy Sitomer and Mrs. Samuel Cohen, vice chairmen of the journal, reported that the sale of Patrons' Pages for the journal are now being stressed. Charles Fruchtman, chairman of the Fifth Annual Dinner, entertained directors and leaders of the Academy at his home Monj day evening. "Although our initial efforts have been gratifying, j we must redouble them in order %  to achive our goal of 1,000 persons for the dinner." Fruchtman, asserted. Dr. David S. Andron, president of the Academy, presided at the report meeting. Members, of the Edward G. Robinson, stag and screen star, will port? the late Dr. Chaim %  mann, first President of I rael, in Trial and Error.' radio drama P******! Eternal Light on NBC-WBJ Sunday, December Mlfl, ** a.m. tbtf Mrs. Manuel Burstein and Judge Louie Bandel rece BIG Day workers 1 kits from Melvin Dubinsky, aa !" *L& tb man of the BIG Day Campaign. Dubinsky ""J^i fll more than 700 volunteer workera who met for mstru ^^ the Miami Beach Hibiacua Lodqe, Sunday morningber 7th.


PAGE 10 D
fJmisii ncrMian_
miDAY^DECENffiERu
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
!
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOHiO* IN PrtOjMTt.
No. 29218-B
In Re EST vTE < IP
WEN Cl'NNINtiHAM, I .,-.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A is an.l All I H
I 'I H I- .> |ii' :,.;:i- .,..., n-!
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You, 'til each of \ .1 :. .i i
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claims .i ni ih man la h h j ou
J n .i 1:.. v i :.t 'n-t lilt
te : iWBX f I'NNINUH \ M. 'l< -
Of PasSS i J N-\
Jersey, i" tin- Hon I' i .
I'll- '.i I .ill i f|U 114 in
their "I' In th, I '
1 uae In I .-.t Count! I
ghl calendar months from th,
ol the first publication hereof Said
m tl' demands I,, contain the
i- l.' addreas of the claimant and to
l. sworn in an,l presented aa afore-
sa 'i. in aame w ii be barred s..
Pectlor '-'i' of th,' IMS Probate Aet.
l iati 11, ember B AT) 1*52.
/a, LEON KAPLAN
As Ancillary Administrator
.' t.a.
OWEN CUNNINGHAM.
I liic I s, ,1
MYERS, MEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorney* for Ancillary Admlniatrator
t "i Key bold Huil.liiiK
Miami, Ha.
12 !2-l-2 1 2
. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT TJM ClRCU^COU RJrOF T HE
AND FOR UADc COs WV,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCER1
No.
CI.A
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NOT l t UN >'LUL IC fiON
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V< 11 ARE HKHElll

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ay of J
, : .i I Pto i ifei
.ii-i you J
T ii- i.....,. ahall I
,..,, h we< for foil live weeks
n 1 Mi. JEW ISH I i
Miami, i oi .'..i i'
. .
K i: LEATHERS iS.
I el ',. i 'I ..lit '
lii w \l W bToCKINO.
Deputy Clerk
I ALLOT. SILVKIt A- MI'LLoY
attorneys for Plaintiff
m.4 Ingraham Building
M..inn. Florida.
I! 12-19-26 i 2
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 155056
NADINE JOHNSON, Plaintiff,
vs.
GEORGE JOHNSON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OEoRiiE F JOHNSON
It 1>. *1
r 0 Talcs Trailer Sales
Monaoa. Panna) l\ ania
You are hereby notified thai i BUI
of Complaint for I >i-v
filed against you and you are re-
quired In sei ve a copy nf > nur ans-
wer to the Bill of Complaint on Plain-
Ufrg attorney. 1 R MAYERS, SOT
Congress Building. Miami, Florida,
and file th.. oritttiial Answer in lot
, of th. Clerk "f the Circuit I tou t
on or liefer,- th,- istb ii.\ i,f January,
1953, otherwise said cause *
taken ,,s confaased by you
Dated at Miami, Florida this Ith
, ..> of 1 eiiil.. r. 1 '
E. I!. LEATHERMAN
""lerk of the i .-I'..urt
Bj WM W STOCKING
Deputy C k
I R MAY KItS
.....ej foi Plaintiff
: "7 i 'ongreas Building
Miami, Florida
12 I2-1S-M l *
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lii.i;i.i. GIVEN Cat
tie undersigned, deatrtng to engage m
huslm -s undei the fli iltlo
DELTA TILE CO at SIM 8, W l li-
st: t. Miami. Intend to i, Btl
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ol Dade County, Florida
GEORGE IKKiAN
MANTEL BRUDER
SEYMOUR A OOPMAN
Attorn*} for Applicant!
j".:. Lincoln Road
I! 12-1S-2C 1'2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND'eOet DADE
COONTY IN CHANCERY.
No 1550:2
MM:'.
IACK

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:i Tlil JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
: i i\ i AM i IRI 'EREI at '
h '., da) of December,
\ D I -'
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
I .nle i 'ounty, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) It. H RICE, JR.
i'. :i\ Clerk,
GEORGE J TAI.1AN' IFF
Attorne) fin Plaintiff
Ito l.iini.ln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12 It-lt-tS 1/1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORiUA IN CHANCERY.
No 154g69
M \ Pill \ HAY I'K.V Plaintiff
\l I'.KRT HA V >EN I '' i I ii '
NOTICE Bv PUBLICATION
II kYDEN
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HKREBV iOTIFIl U
i ,.f i t for I rtvoi i e
i Inal > ii In Ih,
i .i -,, a >l ) i,ii ai
i,, red to aerv* a omm ol
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LEGAL^Jioricj
NOTICE LSDEr^r---^,
N*N"E LAW IT|0UP
I OlVBl .
^'irlagu!'

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 15502?
ARTHIK THOMAs MBRRITT,
Plaintiff
VI
( \U\ BEGER MERRITT,
l'. f, ndanl
To MtllY SEGER MERRITT
mi Sooth Carolina Avenui B B
Washington, tl C
You are notified thn- a Bill "f Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed a-
gainst yOU, and you are herebv re-
i, -ir, to -.: \, ,i coi i of ) ,iii- ana
*fei t., the Hill ..f i 'omplalnt on the
ntlfl attorney, DAVID A
FRANK, i"! Olympla Rullding, Miami
Florida, and file the original answei
In th. offici : in. cii i of th.- cir-
ill Court in and i> ; Dads County.
Pourt H" isi Mian h lorlda,
bet the "th day Of January. IV".^
DATED ..t Miami. Florida, this ith
;.,> of December, li*".j
k B l.KAtiikkm \\.
Clerk I' ide I'minty. Florid I
Bl WM W STOCK I NO
l puty Clerk
:iT mi n'liT BEAD
DAVID A FRANK
Attorney fur ri.iiatlff
i; It-lt-M 1 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i undersigned, desiring t,. engag
buaineas under the fi.titomn name of
PRIM PRODl'CTS COMPANY OF
MIAMI, ai 1780 West Flakier Street,
Miami, Florida, Intenda t" register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
c i 'uai t of Dade Count) I.
Jack KORuBOW applicant
MYER8, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Apoli
1. 12-1H-26 1 |
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154962
EL.18E MAYER, Plaintiff.
ROBERT SIDNEY MAYKIl,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MR Ri>Iif:rt 8IDNEY MAYER
6H3 South Shore Drive
Chicago. Illinois ;
You. are required to serve i ropy
of your answer to the Hill of Com-
rtaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, and to file the original ans-
wer In the orflce of the Clerk nf the
Circuit Court on or before the jth dav
Of Janiisrv. 1951: otherwise the Hill
i,f ("omplalnt for Dlvnrr-e. heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed bv you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 4th
clay of fiecember, 1*52.
V. H LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By: M- C GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
MICHAEL M. ISENIUCRG
Attorney for Plaintiff
HOT Rlscayne Building
Miami, Florida
12 12-1.-2 1/J
DEPENDABLE DOME8TIC HELP
RELIABLE DAY WORKERS
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
37 N. E. 5th Street Phone g-fMOl
AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner
CERTIFICATE Or CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
I'|' ALL TO WII'i.M THE8E PRE8-
ENTH SHALL COME. GREET-
ING*
This is to rertlf) that, whereas.
Jack Rubin, Miami P.a h, Fla
Hani! M ltlll.in, Miami Beach I ..
ining Rubin, Mian. i. '.. Fla
inl on the IMh daj ol September,
AD 1H..1. uuM' t<, be Incorporated
under the provlalona of Chapter lt"i*i.
Laws ol CM nl.,. icta of 1>: I:i:.\ 'ii
LETTER Co., In oral .....with
;ts principal place ol buaineas .,t Mi-
ami i leai h, i ..me County, n tht Btntt
of F'lornia. and whereas Ihe propel
officers "f such corpomUi n did on
the let of Iiecember. A D. 1JS2
Cause to he filed III the offlee of th.
Secretary of state of the State o'
Florida, a duly authenticated reso-
lution adopted b the toekhotders
under the proviaJons of ~i,i Chapter
l"'is. Laws of Florida, A. t ol if,.
Snowing the dissolution ,' s.:, h cor-
I'lTaiion. and the Bectetgr) of S:.,t.
i- aatatned that the requirements ol
Uiw have l>e-n eoini.iieti with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and hse affixed the Oreat
Baal of th. st,i. '. Flo'Ida.
at Tallahassee, the Capital.
thi the 1st day of I e.. mber,
A D PC.2
R A ORAY,
SecreUr) of State
SEAL)
>3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLMT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 154997
MATILDA CATANIO, Plaintiff.
\ s
JACK CATANIO, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T' JACK CATANIO
li'.'M University Avenue
New- York Citv. New York
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that suit
for divot you In the above styled court and you
, nred to file your Answer with
the Clerk of said Court and serve
copj thereof on the plaintiffs At-
lorney. JOSEPH PARDO. Hit Seyhold
Hldg Miami, Fla on or before Jan-
uary :,th. INI, or Decree Pro Con-
''..... *"HI he entered against vou
Dated DocemlM r ... !!:,.'
E H LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
iciRcriT COURT bEALj
By M C, GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
12 iSOs-M i j
fs ittoi ) -. and fli
II I Ii. '.'fi, of the < lerk
it i ',.ui t on or l.eti.i, i 'i.
.th ., January, ItSS. otbai lag
, i......'i,i Confeaso ill ba anter-
i you.
. shall Ih- p-.thllshed Once
. ii foul maecuUve e/eeka
in THE JEWISH I l.oltlDIAN.
i .., i Miami, Fan l la. this 1st
ln\ ..." 11. i ember, IJ1
i: H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Curt
Hj WM W STiM'KIN
I DUty 'lerk
p.\ I l."T. SILVER MULLATY
Mtorneys foi Plaintiff
sn| Ingraham Hullrling
Miami, Florida.
12 ,u l-2i
NOTICE
t ie undi
buaineas un,|
KVBRtn.AI
l v\ |
to regl
Df 111. c
Ffcw i

MPANI
i


II 2 I
NOTICE ,0Eej FlCT j
L.AW
KHV
-
won li i:
th
OusllleSf. II
BEACH LI
ous
ind. \ IVBSiJ
..r.A.II Li ... ;
at is,., W.
intend to
Clerk ol ;
County, i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE L- iw.itl.MY i;IVF:.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buaineas under the fictitious name of
OARDNAR MCI.LOY. t'O-MI-GA
CLEANING, at 2S22 Southwest 22nd
Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the_C|erk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
S. IRWIN BFCCKER
IN
IIVIS
H M'.'il.i, I.,,*
1 M'K
i uv.: ,
NOTICTe TO CREOlToSr
THE COUNTY JUoSeTcV
;i/2 12
EDWARD
SHEINER SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicants
.102 Roper Building
Miami. Fla.
Il'2 12. .'.-12-1S
PECKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 29-02. B
In Re ESTATE Ol
JA To All Creditors nnd All Persons Hsv-
itiK claims or Demands Agalnal Said
F.state:
You, and each of you. are herebv
II td and required to present in;
claims and demands Which you or
either of you, ma) hav< against'the
state of JACK A API.IN ,|. ,
Wl of Dade County. Florida, to the
hie Count) .Indues ,.t |,.,,|..
| ounty, ami file the san in th. r of-
fit |n the County Courtho i
County, l lorlda, within Ighi
dar months fr-.ni the date ..r the
first publication hereof Bald latins
demands to contain tb< eg |
ireaa ot thi i ., mat I ., ad I sworn
te and presented as af.,rr.a,,! r rltmr
will he l.arred.
1 .,te p.-, ember 3. A D p."
FAY \P1.IN
GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF
LEONARD ABESS
As Eg ntors i the Last
VI ill and Test.,,.,. i,t of
i- ,. .,.J,V''K A Altl.lN. iv. eased
GEORGE I TAUANOFF
Attorn.-, for Executors
2 i Lincoln Load
Miami P.a, h, I la
12/12-1S-2C 1 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELE.V5If.I.H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
___ Ne. tweet
I.ETTIE D CAPoDANNo IW.ni.ff
OABTAMO W
CAPODANNO,
C.AETANO W. CAPODANNo'
Residence I'nknow-n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. GAETANO W CAPODANNO
are hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
serve a copy of your Answer or
TO:
.Heading lo the Bill of Complaint on
IIV. PWIntlffs Attornev, HENRY
?J.*!^JM Hlilld-
Ing Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
?r..or ,h/,ore Ih* s'> day of .lanuarv.
II: a-f i'.'"' ,f?'! t0 Julgment
by default will be taken asam-t yon
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of <'omplalnt.
''"-d this 8th day of December.
E. B LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING
__ Deputy Clerk
HENRY Nt'SKENItACM
Attorney for Plaintiff
1041 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
n/u-iy-M 1/
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Ne. 2S2.eS B
In lie FWTATE MAXIM HF:kHET, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Creditors and All Persons Hsv-
ln ( janns or Demands Against bald
F.state:
-JTSSu*"*-*"* of youi ,r' hereby
notified snd required to present sny
ilaims and demands which von. or
either of yM. may have against the
estate of MAXIM HERSHKY. de-
reaaed late of Dade Coumv. ii,.r,,,.
t<> the Mon FRANK It IXYWIJNG
County Judge of Dade Count*. s-ri
file the same In bis office In the
(ounty ( ourthouse in Darte Count.
Florida within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
Bald claims ,r demands to
ConUin the let-al address of the claim-
ant ami t he sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will he barred
Pate I ie, eoil,, AD 15JS
's BCRNBTT RoTH*
A*JFi;,'<"u'or nf ,h '-"st Will
and Testament of
MAXIM HBRBHEY,
ROTH AND KAHER P"*-
Attorne) for Batata of
Maxim llersh. \
112 Congress Building
Miami Florida
12 12-li-at i ;
,k, -rl0J'SE^BV PUBLICATION
Lm aTJt^CIRCOIT COURT OF THE
EL.ViNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155057
CH m:i.i:s MCKCMECI.
CARMEN IC MLSI'MKI-I Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1" CMtMEN K MI'SL'MECI
I. Agonta Avenue
Philadelphia 26. Pennsylvania
Tou. CARMEN K MIHCMECl are
hereb) notified that a Bill of Com
' f agalnal you, and you are
serve a oopy of your
I leading to the 11,11 ,,,
the plaintiffs Attorney
ISO. in se,l..,|,|
Ida. and fii,. the
I'll iillng II, the
of the Circuit c.
ith day of January
to do so, ludginent by
tie taken
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
huainess under the fictitious name of
I MILLER OCILD HOl'HE. at 3U K.
Flngler Street. Miami, intenda to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
HEI.STAN. INC.
BBRICK. SHAPIRO A FRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
11/28 12/5-ir-l
Plaintiff.
filed
required to
Answer gf
Complaint on
HEN EKSEN
orlglnal Answer or
office of the Clerk
it on or before ihe
l^'iJ If you fall
nt liy ilef:. ult will
- against you for the relief
demanded In the Hill of Complain,
once
eaTh'w ""l'V B.h*" b' P>"l-hed" ..
...\"."k f"r ,our consecutive weeks
DON. i-SM "-"RIAN
FtoSda" ths ,,h,!1,"':"K" M M,"nt
< Circuit
It B LEATHERMAN.
'.'*rk. 'ircult <-ourl.
Cour\",Hea,)Jn,>'- "*'"
mLwB. W STICKING.
ben tmmr* r"rk
Attorney for Plaint.ff
23 Seybold Hida.
Miami. Ha.
II i:-i-2 i/i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
Ne. tt4B
SHELDON II. BARON. Plaintiff
vs.
JoAN HAItON. Defendant
TO: JOAN BARON
271 I'eahlne Avenoe
Newark. New Jersey
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. JOAN BARON, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Invoice has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
V?...>ou.r Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of t omplalnt on the Plaintiffs
Attotney. HKNRY N t'HKF:NBAl'J>l
1041 Seyhold Building. Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2th day of December. 1952. If you
fall to do so. Judgment l.v default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
Iwied this Mh day of November.
I b leathf;rman.
Clerk. Circuit Couit.
Dade County. F"k>rlda.
By. WM. W. STOCKING.
....... Deputy dark
HKNRY NCSSfIniiaPM
Attorney for Plaintiff
HM1 Seyhold Building
Miami. Florida.
12'i-12-l-2
N AND FOR DADE CO^NtV
FLORIDA ,N probTtV'
No 289M-A
In Re. B8TA I E UK
NATHAN HoRN, DeceuM
To All Credit,:- .,nd Ail P._
Hj^CUimsorl^tnZa
^ Mli and h of you. r
notified and required to pre*
claims and demands whtnh
either of you, may have aei'MiSl
estate of NATHAN lRH'.N dei-3
late of Dade County. Florida \7Z
Hon. W. F BIANTON, CesstrJgl
of IXtde County, and fli, th, asT
In hbi office In Ih. Count) ''imruea
in Dade County, Florida.\1th1n ,ot
calendar months from the daltd]
the first publication hereof aa
claims or demands to emUb lb**
legal address of the claimant ali
be sworn to and present-i \( list- i
said, or same will Ie harred
Date Noveml.ei ;tth, A I> IK!
CLARA HORN und
MORRIS HoKN.
As Executors nf the Last TH
and Testament of
NATHAN HoRN, Dettnt
KOVNER & MANNHF.IMER
Attorneys for Exei Utort
II :! 12/5-12-:''
LN J.HE S'RCU,r COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No 1MgS2
ROBERT ALEXANDER
BANNKRMAN. Plaintiff,
u
Dorothy marian
RANNERMAN, Defendant,
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: DOROTHY MARIAN
BANNBRMAN, defendant
0 Ma. k
:..t Seventh Avenue
New Yoik. New York
i>Za% IM'ROTHY MARIAN BAN-
NERMAN, are hereby notified that a
Hill of 1 omplalnt for Divorce has
been tiled against you and vou are
i-'-iiulred to serve a copy of your
Answer or lleadlng to the Rill of
.-'."nlLl.",m, n ,hf Plalntifrs attunievs.
KOVNEB \ MANNHEIMER, 420
Lincoln Ito.ol. Miami Beach, F'W.rlda.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing- In |he office of the Clerk of the
Circuit 1-ohm on or before the 2th
day of December. lr,2. If you fall
to do *,. Judgment by default will
1 _?". "mi" >u for the relief
oSCIT1. Ln. ,h* ,"" t'nmplalnt.
n ^K A,Nr ORDKRED at Miami.
ISM nth November,
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
icie^..i. c ,^d, '"P^nty. Florida
It.Ircult Court Seal)
By R. H RFCE. JR.
arrliiw "?nuty cie.k
0UI?;nkco.n*R3i.AdNNHK,i,ER
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES ibl
the undendgneil. desiring tu inaii
business under the f ,-t itl^us name a*
HARRY'S SrSOCtl BERVTCB, U
4201 W. F'lagler Street, Mum. FVf-
Ida. Intends to register said net
with the clerk of the Circuit Ogg
of Dade County. Florida
HARRY HUMBUG*
WILLIAM I BRENNEB
42 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla
11/28 I1/S-1J-1>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUtt
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROgATE
No 2g9M-B
In Re: ESTATE iP
MORRIS A. GELLI8
Iss-.ISSI
NOTICE TO CREOIT0M
To All Credit':- snd All I'enjJJ
Having Clain.s Hemaadf Apia
Mild Estate
You. and each of you. art i**r
notified and reoulred to pntntt
claims and d< tuands wh.i'h you.
either of you. n.. have
estate of MORRIS A ,;KI.U>. *
censed late of Dade ,'ounty, Flortaj.
to the Hon. County JuilUe- nf 1J"
County, and file the same
office In the Count> CoorUwel
Uade County. Florida, within nt"
calendar months front the oM."
the flrat pul......Hon heienf.
cUlms or demand" to -nMt1*
legal address ol th. laiiiunt *"
he sworn to and presented *"":
said, or sain.- s be jejret J
Section IM of th, 1 '*. A(t
Date Novembei .1. AD. w*
SYDNEY 1; 1.1.1.!- ff.
As Lm HOI of IM UH I
and Test.in.it "
MORRIS A GELU8-
'
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATiOff OUTFITS
Low#.t Pric,,, __ Quickest Deliwy
in South Florida
C 2-43(BS
ISAAC JOI FI
Attorney for Flxecutor
!! Itlscayne Building
Miami, Florida
11/2H I2/.1-12-1J
I.IM S
Miami Beach. i:it
name with Ihe Clerk in
Court of Dade Cponty. t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ... .;,,
NOTICE IS HEREBY 0IVWJ1
the underslsn.d d.-irlnB.f "** rf
business Ul.de t th- !
BAR. nt 4*1 ""',;. ag
BARNETT rART-*
l/g 12/.1-12-1"____________.------1
UNDER FICTITIOUS
that
NOT'CE NAME LAW.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY "1VL
lbhu.|Un<""r""P"1' '-'''
8. BE
ines. undei'th, f &-
HERMANN ANI SON. dolnfjg
. a BCPRKMK I-'"1' 'J !
Miami '!]
register, -W-M
ness aa
PI.,AN. at fl S
ami. Intend ti
with the Clerk of the
of I3.de bounty n-^
JOSEPH BB*IU'B
MILTON A FHIII'MAN
Attorney for Applicsnts
SVvbold Bldg
II, 2 12/S-12-1_______________--J
IN THE COUNTY JUDAv,
WaaWSflSS
NOT. of PROMT.
IN RE: ESTATK <'F
HELEN SCHUARTZ.^^.
THI STATE OF FLOR-OA. EPg,
TO AIJ- ARSONS INTtnu llECED.,
THK ESTATE OF SAit ^
THE
1CNT
Tou
written
the
i-nuri
^'.d"wi'n".o probai. 'h"uld
unrevoKed vK ,, T*.VW-
Clerk.
I
>OSEPH W
US Unnclr Rd .
U/fi--"/-M-
MALEK. AttV



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PAGE 10 D *lt*isbnorkfc*n FRIDAY, DECEMBER i, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN frtOJTt. No. 29218-B 1 Ri EST \ 1'K OP %  :\\ EN Cl'NNlNOHAM. I • %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Ci e it"i N and All I %  %  ,! H • II. • nan i• *%  -' Ha H Esl %  You, nd each "l you. ai • %  hen t tie i .ii I requli .1 t |i esenl any and di man Iwh i you, pi either ol JUKI, maj hai • i inlnsl th. t, ui (i\VEN Cl'NNINGHAM, d< rra&ed late of Paw Ne ,., -, >, to the Hon. Co int) Jud i ii.nl.Counl i. an I file tin their ofl Ic I" the County Court In i >ade Count • PI i i %  '"In ghl i alendar months from the i i:. -i publlcal .'ii h LEGAL NOTICE in. of the flral publication hereof Bald lalma or demands i ntaln the I. Mill addrt M of the i I ilmanl and to i, a worn to and presented aafor< s.i id, or w me w ill bt s... i ,,n 130 of th.\W-\ A,l ,,!, ll Date December t. AT) / LEON KAPLAN Aa An. iiiin) Administrator OWEN CUNNINGHAM, Dece iaed MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Ancillary Admlnlatrator S50 Heybold Building Miami. Hii IL' 12-l!>-:'6 — 1/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 155066 N A DINK JOHNSON, Plaintiff. vs. CKiiRGK JOHNSON. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: OBORQE F. JOHNSON it D. ai i o Tales Trailer Sales Monaca. Peon*) Ivania You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for IHvoree has been filed against you ami you are required to aerve a copy of your answer 1" the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, 1. it MAYERS. SOI Congress Building. Miami, Florida, and file th.original Answer in tne office "t the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before th.12th day of January, 1S5S, otherwise said cause nrlil be taken as i onfeaaed by you. Dated Ht Miami, Florida, this Itn da) of December, IW2 E B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court I'. \\ M \V 8TI ""KIN'il neput) Clerk I R MAYERS Attorne) f-Plaintiff :,,? Congress Building Miami. Florida 12 12-19-M — 1/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SLEVtNTH JLOICIAL CIRCLII .N AND FOR DADE COL \ TV. FLORIDA. IN CHANCEH i Nc. %  .-: AN : %  NOTiCE DY PUBLIC AllON x II, KK i.SSPA %  New i ..,.,, rot' ARE 111 KEI v filed auul.eo ... 10 ii,, u Plaint fice of I e C.n-ult < th. .-' • I %  • Hgainsl > on. .... w T iinot ,' each week t. r >ut • cutlv. *>••• %  n mi IEW ISI1 H !' VN Dat< i .t Miami, I lav of IVvembi I-: ll. LEATHERM \N. • .. Clrcull Court 11% WM. \V fTui KIN'.. I leputy Clerk I'Al.l.oT, Sil.VKIt \ Mll.l.oV Attorneys for Plalntlfl M.4 Ingrabam Building Miami. Florida. 12 12-19-26 — 1/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS lu.iii.i^ GIVEN t.iat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name HKI.TA TILE CO., at 216'i 8. W. l..lh • | Miami. Intend to reglstei said name with the Clerk of the c|,-cult Court of Dade County. Florida. GEORGE UOGAN MANUEL. BRODER SEYMOUR A GOPMAN Attorney foi Applicants _-•,.. Lincoln Road i: 12-19-26 — 1/2 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COUrtT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF fLORlDA IN ANO.FOJ DADE COUNTY. IN C-ANCERY. No IB80IJ MARY IACK T FOR D JR. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155022 ARTHI'R THOMAfc MKRKITT. Plaint Iff, VI MARY SKCFR MERR1TT, I'. f. iidanl To M MtY SEGER MERRITT mi South c.-iroiina Avenue, s H Wi'liinitim, l> C. Ymi are notified that a Bill of ComFinint for IHvoree ha-been filed agalnsl you. and you are hereby reil.iired to serve it Copy of your answer to the mil of Complaint on ths plaintiffs attorney, PAVID A. PRANK. 4011 Olympia HulldlnK. Miami Florida, and file the original anawai it, th.office of the Clerk of th, Or uit Court in and for Dads County. Court House, Miami. Florida, on Of i,< fore the r.th day of January, l*S2 DATED iit Miami. I loriila. this ".th day of December, ItSI K H i.KAT'lil'.P.MAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Horida By WM W BTOCKING, Deputy *'lerk fCIRCL'IT COURT SEAL) liAVIIi A I-RANK Attorney for Plaintiff 1. 12-19-26 — 1/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fu-titious name ,,f I'RIM PRODUCTS COMPANY <>F MIAMI, iit 1780 West rlaitler Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to reKister Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Ftorlda JACK KORoltoW Applicant MYERS. HEIMAN a> KAPLAN Attorneys for A :,[-li, ., :,t 12 12-19-26 — 1/2 CERTIFICATE Or CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I'II ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME GREETINOS. This >* to certify that, whereas, .la,k Rubin. Miami Beach, PTa. Harold M Rubin. Miami lien. h. Kla Irving Rubin, Miami Beach, Pla. ,iul ,,n the imh day oi September, Al>. lal, iau.se to be lucorporated under the provisions of Chapter lootib. Laws --I Horida. Acts of 1925, BEACH LETTER CO., Inc -i coi pon I on, Ith itprim Ipal place "f business -it Miami Beach, Dad* County, In ih. st.it. of Florida, ami wher.-as the propel officers of such corporation did on the I ft rovisi..ns of said Chapter I00M, Laws of Florida. A. t 01 1*15, Showing the dlaaolutlon of |uch corporation, and the Becretarj of St.iti Ill satisfied that the feqiiiieinents l latat iia\e been complied with IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Ore* l Seal of the State of Flo-Ida, ;it Tallahassee. the capital. this the 1st day of December, A i> is:,: R. A ORAY, Secretar) of Si (SEAL) 12 12 it i; 1! LBATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court. o.ide County, Florida. ouit Seal) Bi It. H RICE, Deputy Clerk. J TALIANOFP for Plaintiff ;L''i Lincoln Roan Miami Beach, Horida 12 12 19-21 1'2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCOtT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 154997 MATILDA CATANIO. Plaintiff, \ H. JACK CATANIO. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; JACK CATANIO 1601 University Avenue New York CUT, New York PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that suit for divorce has been brought again** you In the above styled court and you are M-nulred to file your Answer with the Clark "f said Court and serve copy thereof on the plaintiffs Attorney, JOSEPH PAKDo. 914 SeyboM Bldg.. Miami, Kla on or before January .".th. Itll, or Decree l*ro Confesso will be entered against you I in toil: December :,. 1W2 K B, I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Omit iciRct'lT COURT SEAL) By M c GREEN, Deputy Clerk 12 12 19-26 — 1/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 154962 I L1SE MATER. Plaintiff, ROBERT SIDNEY MATER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MR RoHERT SIDNEY MAYER 6*30 South Shore Drive Chicago, Illinois .Yoa nre rerfulred to serve a c-op> Of your answer to the Hill of ComprAint for Divorce on plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the .ith day of Januarv. 1951; otherwise the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be ta,ken as confessed bv you. DATED at Miami. Florida, th** 4th P.v: MC GREEN. Deputy Clerk MICHAEL M. 1SENHERG Attorney for Plaintiff 14rT Btscnyne Building Miami. Florida 12/12-19-26 — 1/2 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 29102-B In Re: ESTATE OI JA< K A A l',l. IN. Decs sod To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claim* or Demands Agaln.-t Sanl Estate: You. and each of you. are lo rcl.v notified ami required to present an) i lalms ami il.-mantis which you. or either of you. may have against the • state of JACK A ARUN. deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable county Judges of DsjsM County, ami file the same in their office in the county Courthouse In Dads County, llorlda. within eight calendar months from tindate of the fust publication hereof. Bald claims oi demands to contain th>legal adh, -of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will l,e barred. Dat.December 3, AD If" J PAY A P.I.IN O BO ROE .1. TALIANOFP LEONARD ABESH AExecutors of the Last Will and Testament of JACK A. ABLIN, i • flEOROE J TALIANOFP Attorn.-, for Executors • 2 i Lincoln Road Miami Reach. I la 12/12-19-26 — 1 2 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. I AL 5th Street Phone t-MOl MEIDENBERQ, Owner IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Ne. 1M4M1 l.ETTIE D CAI'ODANNO. Plaintiff vs. KAETANO W. CAPODANNO. Defendant TO: OARTANO W. CAPODANNO Residence t'nknown NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, OAKTANO W. CAPODANNO are hereby notified thet a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a ropy of your Answer or .Heading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. HENRY NL'SSENHACM, 1041 Sevhol.l RuildIng. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Mh day of January. 19r,3. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will he taken aalnt yon for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. Dated this 8th day of December, 1952. E. B LEATHERMAN Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By WM. W. HTOCKINC Deputy Clerk HENRY NU8SENHAUM Attorney for Plaintiff 1041 Keybold Building Miami, Florida — i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Ne. 2*240 B In Re: ESTATE OF MAXIM HERSIIEY, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITOR* To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against bald Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which von, or either of you. may have agalnat the estate of MAXIM MERSHKY. deceased late of Dade Countv. Horlrts. to the lion FRANK B. DOWLINQ, County Judge of Dade Countv. enrt file the same In bis office in the County Courthouse In Dade Counts. Florida, within eight calendar months from the data of the first publication h.-ii-of Said claims or demands to Contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be Usrred Date December AD 19T.2 / %  / BURNETT ROTH As Executor of the laist Will and Testament of MAXIM HER8HEY, I >c, eased ROTH AND FAIIER Attorneys for Estate of Maxim ll.-rsh. \ 412 Congress Huiiding Miami, Florida 12 12-19-26 I 2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1J5057 CHARLES MfMMECI. Plaintiff. VI CARMEN K Misi'MKi'i. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO CARMEN K Ml'SL'MECI, 47 Agouti Avenue Philadelphia 2fi, Pennsylvania You. CARMEN K Ml'SL'MECI. are hereby notified that a Hill ..f Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are required to Serve a OOpy of nun Answer iii Pleading to the Piii of Complaint on Hie plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN ESQ., in Beybold Rl.lg Miami. Florida, and file the original AnsW %  Pleading; In the office of th. Cl.-i k of th,. Circuit Court on or before the Mb day of January, ls.*..T If you fall to ii,, so, Judgment b; default win be taken ngatnst you for ihe relief demanded In the Hill <( f Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLuKIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. PlorMa. this sth day of December. E H LEATHERMAN. clerk. Circuit Court. „,-._ .. „ ""''• bounty. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) Kv WM W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk HEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 23 Seyhol.l Bldg. Miami. Ha. 11 ll-ls-M — \'j PA i LOT, Attorneys k it Court ''onthe i ., itS3, otherwise | ,,.,,,, ,, Mill be ellt.Tahall I"published once ,.,,>, ,.:. for four consecutive weauca „ ,-:,,; JEWISH FLORIDIAN. I ,,. i || Ml no. I. oil la. this 1st i ,v ,,,* I '• %  ember, 1931 %  i: II LEATHERMAN 1 Clerk "' clrcull Couit ft) : WM \V STOCKINH. Deputy Clerk SILVER Iiave yri.nniki estate of NATHAN MORN, I, -^ late of Dade County, Florida. io a* Hon. W. F P.l.vNTnN. CentfJi of Dade County, anil (lie the a_, In his office In the Count) Courtaaej] I in I>ade County, KloiMa. within tsjBf cnlendar months fiom the date 4 the first publication hereof, til claima or demaial* to rontalo QA legal address of the claimant iioij be sworn to and presented *a aim-j said, or same lil he barred Date November 21th. A I' IKI. CLARA HORN aod MORRIS HORN. As Executor* of the Uil|J and Testament of NATHAN HORN, D*.ea*st KOVNER A MANNHKIMER Attorneys for Executors 11/28 — II/J-12-1"' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA IN CHANCERV. Ne. lMg SHELDON H. BARON. Tlalntlff vs. JOAN BARoN, Defendant. TO. JOAN BARON 171 Peahlne Avenue Newark, New Jersey NOTICE SV PUBLICATION You. JOAN BARON, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce habeen filed agninst you, and you are required to serve a copy ,,f ",i,i Answer or lleadlng to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney. HENRY NI'HKKNBAt M. 1U41 Se> bold Building, Miami. Hi*Ida. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ttth day of Deosssbar. 1952. If you fail to do so. Judgment bv default wilt be taken against you for the relief domandad in the Hill of Complaint. I hated this 2Mb. dav of November. IMS. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Count)'. Florida. By: WM. W. STOCK I NO. Deputy Clerk HENRY NCSSENHAl'M Attorney for Plaintiff 1041 s.-t bold Building Miami, Florida. l2'5-12-19-2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No 1S48S2 ROBERT ALEXANDER BANNER.MAN. Plaintiff. t s DOROTHY MARIAN ItANNERMAN. Defendant NOTICE TO APPEAR To: DOROTHY MARIAN BANNER.MAN. defendant o Mack 7u4 Seventh Avenue Net* Yoik. New York You, DOROTHY MARIAN BANNER.MAN. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been tiled against yoil and you aro required to serve a copy of your Inawer ,,r Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorneys. KOVNER \ MANNHEIMER. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Florida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading III the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2th day of December, 1:.2. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken agalhkt you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint l-ONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2th day of November. B. B. LEATHERMAN. clerk, circuit Court Iade County. Florida • Circuit Court Seal) By R II RICE. JR. KOVNER A M^NNHEl^ER 420 Lincoln Rosd Minml Beach, Florida 12'5-12-lt.Jg ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATMOff OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-43(3 < NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUI NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN u|| the underwign.il. dr*iring tu .-nfitu I business under the f;,titlu name ill HARRY'S Bl'NOCO SKRVh'E. Ill 4201 W. Flagler Ktreet, Mi.ml. ftr-Ida. Intend* !•• register -id matl with the clerk wh.ch >.! either of you. ma> hav1 M"f 9 estate of UORBItf A '^.-'-""Jr oeaaad late ..f Pad* COM >Fi" to the Hon. Counts Judge. 01 ISJI County, and file the *ame il office in the Countv ""'""""Jl De.de County, rtorlda, '•"" •"l calendar monthfi'" th* ''J|j ihe first pubii. .-'...ii '"-'-;.',,.'SI cUlms or demand, to %  ''" 1 *L 5I I*te Nwembei 4, ,->','" and Testamentof MORI!l> \ QBU S5iggei ISAAC jqrrE Attorney for Eie'.iior 1010 Blscayne Building Miami. Florida 11/2X — 1" NOT.CE UNDER HCTlTlOUl NOTI.-F IS* Hl^>L2-i Iheunder^ig'n.il ; ..-.rin f ; ;^5j business undei %  • % % %  [' %  """„.,"tnAi l.l-M s BAR ",' ," V/d*r<*l Miami Beach, '• %  ''", E C iaJ name with %  %  ^ ''I,")*.__ Court of Dade %  ';.^ U; MV 11/2* H/S-1M! NOTICE ^" F ; CT,TI0U \ NAME K*r,.,,F NMgl NOTICE 18 HERBBT0 |T 5il ihe unsTegolgned. v"" n f lKH ,, na^ buslneaa under the tkrtin £1 S. HERMANN AN r"^„,„ clM nesa as BI PBI • .,„,„, IVN, at lit* S'rit*] of Dad. ^^,^fe JOSEPH BtasuMil TON A PRIEDNAB Attorney for KvW* S'evbold Bldg IN THE COUNTY ^00^3^ NOTICE OF PRO**" THE BTATE X"&&S4M ^E^TAT^^SA,...^; ST ar. berebV $$A\ decedent hs* I-'" ^^"hereWSj In aaid Court \>> Jitrndtr "S manded within t ^J^ r"^ cJa 1 ihow cause "Z2t**?Sm the action o '' X"" 1 M ld will to l"' 1 *" _.„..,,.vd. unrevok,ed manded within < f| paW^, from the """."''.Sear I" ",. of this notl.. 10 *Jfoy*&M FRANK ^-S ^n C'rrt. iK ^ R r LEKA,tr afsHris7-.^ii



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3A Y, DECEMBER 12. 19S2 :al Leaders Will Attend UJA Confab New York City This Weekend *Jewist,nMrA4i~. r munity representatives will m ake ava.lable cash proceeds on TocaJ campaigns towards the UJA's national 100-day goal of $35,000,000 to provide immediate rael. Of this goal, $20,000,000 has raised. aid to Ismore than already been line |prs do Harfenist Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jack Harfenist. formerly of 1345 Drexel Avenue, will take place Sunday, December 14th, 11 a .m at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating He is survived by his wife, Anna; two sons, Harry and Sydney also three brothers, Jose, Manny and Isidor, all of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company; friends and relatives asked to attend. are EW YORK — More than 1,200 ers of Jewish communities i coast to coast will meet in York this weekend to form, the United Jewish Appeal's nationwide campaign and rican Jewry's responsibility nectint! the settlement, welan d rehabilitation needs of th;m 1.000,000 Jews in IsEun>pe, the Moslem world the United States. Greater Miami Jewish will participate. They Mr. and Mrs. Charles htm:m. Mrs. Louis Glasser, ard Kane, Morris Klass, Rabfving Lehrman, Jacob Sher Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. three-day Conference, in g the stage for the United ish Appeal's 15th successive owide campaign, will conin detail the bugetary reements of the UJA's constituagencies — the United Israel al, Joint Distribution Come and United Service for Americans — and will vote tion of a campaign goal for intf year. iong the noted American, Is| and world leaders who will e.< s various. sessions of the ferenee on the needs of hunls of thousands of distressed s in Israel, Europe and Moslands will be: b;i S Eban, Israel Ambassao the United States; Dr. NaGoldmann, chairman of the ;h Agency and initiator of G Israel reparations (iations; Dr. George Josephol Jerusalem, Israel's chief gate to the German-Israel' talks and treasurer i Bcmgelsdorf Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Morris Bangelsdorf, formerly of 1154 sw 19th Avenue, took place Sunday, December 7th, at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Bangelsdorf is survived by his wife Rebecca, and a son, Harry, of Binghampton. New York. Palmer's Miami Monument Company was in charge of arrangements. PAGE 11 A Obituaries MAX 70, .,i 24) Nw I llUI Hill, V A pant !-• >,.,,-. SYil'HKIN to Street, .lied on renldenl here f,„tnl RAPHAEL BLOOM ,''.' %  '"' % %  l hoBBltal. si,.is ,,, i ", """" %  %  '""••I'll ami "" Oawhter, ,„i ly: „ n „ ... Kemalns were sent to MSLSSA .'!:'.V ''!' ,t ">' ""• Beach "I .'.T<7 Thursda %  urvlved Louie; i grandchildren. emoi lal Van Damn Unveiling Trfe dedication of a monument I to the memory of the late Joseph Van Damn, formerly of 338 NE 21 Street, will take place Sunday, December 14th, 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating. Survivors include his wife. Pauline; two sons, George and Harold: a daughter Reba Gardner: two brothers, Harry and Mack; and one sister, Annie Porter. Arrangements are in charge of PalD IT'S Miami Monument Company; lriends and relatives are asked t.> attend. BETTY KEPKB |wete be w r 1 th 2n gjt.rJ n ,' T,M Ub Hlnal Cemetery. ii'-nt mi Mount toea and interment I-moral Home. Gordon BESSIE HI liKNXTKIX 69. nf I mi i N\v )U street, died on December Ith, in a local boapltal. sue is Burvlved by her husband. Bse; nn. son, Harry; and three alaters, Mrs. Moilie kushner, Mrs .lean Sherman and Mrs. NathUe Sulmi man. Servtaea were on Sunday at "The Miami liiversid..". will, Interment Mount Nebo Cemetery. %  .I, HAKi.l.l) DAVID ARLEN m, or IMS u-nnx Avenue, died on December IU>. He is survived by "'• %  *•• Miriam: daughter, I.Milan'; an. three brother*, Beymour, Aaron and AIM, in-. Services were al the Memorial Chapel, with Rabbi Abraham Caaael officiating. Interment waa on Mount Nebo Cemeti ..SAMUEL FIUDKIN of IMI:, NK 2nd Avenue, died on "' ''",". I" a local hospital. ui vi vert b) his wife, Ma vni, • daughter, .Mica. i„ brothers. I Robert; one sister. Mrs. is I H one Leo lleenl LOUIS BENDER M. of 9:in Euclid Avenue, died on December Tth. lie is survived by ins wife. Famnle; two aona, Benjamin and Max; and one daughter, Mrs. Florence Moaen Remains were shtpl"' 11 to Boston, Massachusetts, for services and Interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel Lv'i'n"" 1 anhe Joint Distribution Comand Arthur Greenleigh, utive director of the United % ice for New Americans. panel of experts will also be pand to elaborate on the re1 to be presented to the con's. D. Weiler, National Cash |rman ol the UJA, will pre1 at the concluding session of Conference at which com(JILBERT UORDON I, of 833 ith Street, .li.-.l in the %  'rail (Jeneral Hospital on December Brd. A resldenl here for the pasl :i i1 years, he Is survived b) his wife, Ethyl; three brothers, Harry, Robert and Martin; and one sister, Mrs. Jennie Schuerer. A veteran ol World Wars 1 and 11. services were on December 5th, for him al the Miami Retch Elks Lodge, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Interment was on Mount Nebo Cemetery. Miami Beach Riverside Chapel was in charge <>i arrangements. i-h shinffton Federal ns Monday e than 3,500 visitors inled the new structure of the Jington Federal Savings and Association of Miami which opened Monday day-long Open House fy. free refreshments and 1 to all. closing time at 9 p.m., el2,000 charter savers had %  W accounts at the Aasocia• '1e first financial institu*n headquarters south of Road Peretz School To Present Students At Banquet The Workmen's Circle Y. L. Peretz School of Miami Beach will celebrate Chanuka with a special banquet on Sunday, December 14th, 6 p.m., at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue. A choir of 45 children will render a selection of appropriate Yiddish songs. Pupils of the 7th grade will recite poetry, and high school students will perform humorous play by Sholom chem. Participants are ser, Chaim Davis, and Leah Zebits. has been arranged by the principal, Louis Lasavin, and Mrs. Chana Lasavin. David Naimark Sedlet z k y, Jewish writer and journalist, will be guest of honor at the function. The banquet will be prepared by the Women's Club of Branch \ No 692. The School Board will act as host and hostess at the affair. .1. iSKI'll MITTHLMAN 6i. of 8021 Aids.1 AM mi,, .lied on December 4th. He is survived hy hi.s Wife, Molly; and two sons, Alaii and Klkii, Remains were sent to ScranIon. Pennsylvania, for services and interment hy the Miami Beach Riverside. JOSEPH W. KRAU8E 7. of :(1" Collins Avenue, died on December 6th. A winter resident here for the iast 20 years, he is survived by his wife, Lgura; one daughter, Oladys; one son. Gene; and two brothers, David and I.e. He also leaves one sister. Mrs. Jenny Strom. Remains were sent to New York City for services and interment by the Miami Beach Riverside. NETTIE KlirilEli 41, of 146 Jefferson Avenue, died December nth. A resident here forl the past four years, she Is survived hy her husband, Milton, and two sons, liwin and Carry. Remains were sent to Brooklyn, New rork, for services an.1 Interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. a AleiBlume BrauNorma Klein, The program HARRY RITTKR 'it. of 1421 Collins Avenue, died on December 6th. In a Miami hospital A resident here for the past eight years, he is survived by his father, Morris; three brothers, David, Phillip and Charles, and one sister. Mrs. I., na dross. Remains were sent to Springfield. Massachusetts, for services and Interment by the Miami Beach Riverside. Viihlish Mum Will Opon At Cameo Theater After last year's successful j winter season here, Leon SchachI ter returns on Wednesday, De-: cember 17th, with a new group %  of Yiddish vaudeville perform• ers to the Cameo Theater, Miami Beach. There will be a completely j new stage presentation each week, plus the regular screen attraction, Schachter said. All well known, members of the cast include Jack Rechtzeit, Annie Lubin, Gitel Stein, Florence Weiss, Jacob Zanger and Schachter, director. Irvin Pietrack, Miami musician, will appear with his orchestra to accompany the performers. The group has travelled throughout the United States and Canada. Director Schacter owns a distinguished record of having put some 200 Yiddish plays on the stage during his career. The performers will appear in France and Belgium this sumMICKET BERNSTEIN U, of 521 SW th Court, died on Monday A leukemia victim, he is survived by his parents. Mr. and lira. Irving Bernstein; a brother, ,ulen; and %  sister, Linda. Services a/ere in lb* Gordon Funeral Home. with Interment on Mount Nebo Cemetei 1. FANNIE fJREENWA LD 69. of 8890 NW 6th Street, died on December 2th. She is survived by her husband. Sander; four sons, Louis. Jack, Robert and Arthur: -,i\ daughters. Mrs. (lertrude Hammer, Mrs. Klsle Jacobson, Mrs Rhoda Jackobson. Miss Dorothy and Miss Helen; and Mrs. Lillian Mariell; two brothers. Abe and Simon; and three sisters. Mrs. Bertha Alkon, Mrs. Dora Poiarl and Mrs. Anna Lassman. Services w. 1 1 Tuesday at "The Miami Riverside", with Interment on Mount Nebo Cemetery. [ 0ur Valued Friends and Custome/s OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA FROM HARRY'S KOSHER MEATS PHONE 41259 FREE DELIVERY ;o7 FRESH KILLED POULTRY Almeria Avenue, Coral Gables Q tch for the series of articles on the origin and ? e ^ough the past centuries to the present time j* Kashruth. to a '"-.sp onsored by Harry s vary soon in this publicaKosher Meats. Continued from Page 1 A Isaac Ben Zvi Is Israel's President ok 15, Dr. Gruenbaum 17, and Dr. Peretz Bernstein — the leader of the General Zionists — 18 votes. Twelve ballots were blank in each of these two counts. Following the announcement of Mr. Ben Zvi's elections, Jacob Hazan, leader of the left-wing Mapam Party, told Parliament that his party had switched on the third ballot to Mr. Ben Zvi in order "to defeat the combination of Fascists and Clerics who supported Rabbi Nuiok." This declaration provoked an uproar among the deputies. The Communists also made a declaration revealing that they had voted for Dr. Gruenbaum. President-elect Ben Zvi was born in Poltava, Ukraine, 68 years ago. A Zionist from early youth, he visited Palestine in 1904. On his return to Russia, he became one of the founders of the Zionist Labor movement there. in 1907, he settled in Palestine, where he soon established himself as one of the outstanding personalities among the pioneers, together with David BenGurion, Israel's current Premier. In 1912, Mr. Ben Zvi went to Constantinopole to study law and returned to Palestine two years later. However, he was banished •forever" from the country and in 1916. came to the United States where, together with Mr. Ben-Gurion, he recruited volunteers for the Jewish Legion, returning with them to fight in the British Army which conquered Palestine, then ruled by the Turks. During the period when Palestine was under British Mandate, Mr. Ben Zvi served for about 20 years as a member of the Municipal Council of Jerusalem. He was head of the Jewish National Council of Palestine since 1931, and appeared as one of the chief representatives of the Jews in Palestine before various British and international commissions dealing with the Palestine problem. He is an outstanding scholar with special interest in Oriental Jewish studies. LEGAL NOTICE Leon Schachter Greeting Cards for All Occasions Stationery Napkins and Matches Plain "i Pel I n.ilized Paper Table Coven and Towels Gift Wrapping and Ribbons Toys and Party Favors School Supplies Gifts We specialise In fast service for announ.ements and invitations Engrave* Thermegraphed Printed Builders if Immortal Memorials for the ITDi* & man Jewish Trade NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 155120 -MII.TON KANTROW, Plaintiff, Va, OL'SSIE KANTROW, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; lil'SSIK KANTROW r/o Philip Safran ::!:! I'.edinnl Avenue Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Dtvorre has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of vour Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the iflaintiff'x Attorneys, MYKRy, H RIM AX & KAPLAN, S'.O Se.vbnld HulldiiiR. Miami .'12. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th day of January. 1953. If vou fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. I This notice shall be published once each 'week for four consecutive weeks In THR JEWISH FI.OHIDIAN DONE AND .ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 10th day of December, AD. 1958. E. II. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) Eh \VM. \V STOCKING Deputy Clerk. MTERS, HKIMAN ,v KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff li.n Seybold Building; Miami. Florida 1Z/12-1I-M — 1 :> Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3243 WRESTLING Saturday Dec. 13th, 8:45 pjn. 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PAGE 4 A *Jeit>ncridiari FRIDAY, *MrMM at IK N. C S,th 8trt. Miami IS, Florida Entered a iiccrt-eliii matter July 4, i30, at the. Peat Off.c* of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3. U7S The Jewish Flondian haa absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. Amer. %  can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET .'..„ Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor vJewisft flcridiian OFFICE and PLANT Telephom — 120 N. E Sixth Street 2-1141 — 2-8212 ThJ.- ih mer n %  i-l.-i.. %  .. ~ e*"S During The Wet ...s By LEO MINDLIN jJCEMBER S* I THREW $2.25 IMTO A CAULDRON ormuT night. This was the price for three admission, i ^ Y 4 tural Center where, out of mhievousTur!os?tv ?* ^ Moshe Katz. curiosity, I had go* Mr. Katz is a journalist who writes for the iww daily published in New York City. Apparently h u ,he ">t, from a tour through Europe and was invited" bvh •"** deliver a lecture during the course of whirk w chua on what ,s really taking place a l. over ffi£fiSi It seems that only Mr. Katz' audience i. Readers of the free press alone, the FreiheU and t^ ftl can possibly be acquainted with the most intimate dSaSi rent European fiasco. Others of us. poor deludeH < thrown in the eyes of our understanding bv %  the J23 capitalist press". Mr. Katz made much of these shts his talk and employed them most effectively cw, ^ ers seemed pleased, chortling in gleeful fashion ?t Zi Line phrases designed to insult "the American brsnH ] H and rubbing their bell.es (fed full by cap Saust Mum ^ uncontrollable mirth over his best witticism p 0 S? end for the industrialists. ^lendm, MR. KATZ WAS MAINLY CONCERNED with h hatred that Europeans feel toward the United Statef £ he went Mr. Katz said, he met with this same ltt itri.. think the very objective journalist wailed, that such i been fomented in Marshall Plan countries whose people S down American gold strewn there so illicitly Illustrating this sad state of events, Mr Katz mad. ~ the fact that in Italy. West Germany and F.tee. h ? £* but signs reading: Ridgway, Go Home. Of curse heiaudtfH Uon what he saw in East Germany. Hungary, Ro Umania M Russia. About the latter, heavenly scenes he could onl conjecture, for good sympathizer that he is. Mr. Katz wa< L ly denied entrance there. m *Also the subject of much sentimental woe was the n ruinous state in which the dastardly American Army and iW had left Europe following the conclusion of World War U the Nazis had merely murdered, tortured and plundered Ik lamented, the United State bombed the Continent without! ation or feeling and left a wake of destruction that defies tt. ination of all decent persons. Especially horrible for the I observer was the ravage our military men made in Fra they blithely landed on Normandy Beach. Mr. Katz had many more inside stories. One would patience of a Torah scribe to set them all down Suffice i that they were, each and everyone, conceived and express, 4 veil of half-truth. This is the method of his ilk. IT IS LARGELY TRUE THAT Americans are regard* .. feeling of distrust by the Europeans. When Dwight Eisenlw his position as chief of the North Atlantic Treaty Orgawal campaign for Presidency of the United States, Ridgway'il on the scene was met with severe opposition faithfully re* our "capitalist dominated" press. But Mr. Katz very clearly failed to explain the baa European distrust, and he also ignored the fact that anti-L campaigns were Communist Party inspired. Speaking with humor about the Marshall Plan against which "Molotov had all of Europe as a capitalist trick to destrov its self-detenus he overlooked the fact that Russia had been invited to pst in the economic upbuilding program. And bemoaning the (^ tion still existing on the roads leading away from Normandf Mr. Katz conveniently forgot that his cracked voice had i heard in the Soviet's puppet chorus calling for a Second .-_ befuddle the striking power of the Nazi forces then ovew the USSR. In the face of all this half-truth, one-sided fantasy, the ress in these fields we feel hr,r~" y LS C IIT. Vl Ce f a11 this %  "-*nith I one-sided fantasy, th observation offlBnT S Ws work^ is So^e "" ^^ "* AmeriC n SU ^'^ than deserving. For the hospital, in the few short years of its existence, has attained national eminence and stands OB one of the most modern and progressive in the South today. Functioning against the limit of possibility and time, the institution has virtually lifted itself from the oblivion of infancy to a position of accomp~-M *** rvwvMii. HBJBJ rwiitri n*siri oiaie Lwpai uircim party system and bungling Mr. Truman who will not call ti the Korean War (which, of course, he fomented) because good business and whose representatives at the United Niu last week blocked a Soviet attempt to conclude hostilities. A m tytCCABtEV r—-i MR. KATZ WAS SECONDARILY CONCERNED with rent Czechoslovakian "incident". Here, again, his imagmaL— up and down the scale of Party Line, sour note vocabul phraseology. Cleverly, he concluded that, afterall, Jews are capable • traitors, spies and international ^mobsters like anyone I couldn't possibly be the fault of the Czechoslovakian People mocracy that eleven of the fourteen Communists who confa treason were Jewish. The problem of Anti-Semitism, Mr. Ktt I goncally stated, was entirely concocted by the "yellow. J dominated American press" as an answer to the recently polite Soviet observation that the Rosenberg Atom Spy Case racist connotations. Never once did the lecturer make reference to the Zion* Never once did he indicate that both the Czechoslovakian pi" Pravda, the official Communist Party organ, are currently their pages with tales about "international Zionist intrigue ing a mockery of the political implications of the Jewish denied the essential "Jewishness" of Rudolph Slansky and horts. That Slansky is merely a Jew in name can not be *"' t is also true that he had been deliberately singled I mallf Kremlin to foster anti-Semitic activities in Czechoslovaks very devilish reason, that he was the victim of his perw structed racist design and that memory of his


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[DECEMBER 12, 1952 %  'S ,!,.:. Jewish Tl*KraphlP f^gtacy. Inc.) VMT CBS and CBS-TV | 0r studio One, People's a nd In The First PerL up wit" ambition to spent his high school summer vacations c h (Minpanies in New aois and Massachusetts I, c ne to the realizahe was at best only a actor. Following hjs [ n from Colgate Univeri decided to try his hand IK went to work for k e w York where in three [climbed from page boy might be called a tele%  meer, for he was asso[gctor at the telecast of 5 ,if the New York |F.HI\ and he also directKir-t major league baseI, for TV in New York, [between the Giants and in !940. *Je*istrkr Mi^ PAGE 5 D the War. Peyser served OWI. and it was on a duly in Italy that he dehis skill with the MacarItoni. After the war, he |he CBS staff where he Suspense, The Web and I Camera. |r is m;.. ried to the formMellner, whom he met |)WI. Their marriage Jan1945, was a triumph of ile Kft Paris, and she isco January 15th. lit day they were married r.or LaGuardia in New City. Aside from cooking I photography, he ranks trite hobbyas Yankee, a ner on which the spend all their free time. (row to his recipe for MacSratoni. This is a dinner for one night, and the I:.<; makes a fine salad f.: following day. |i large pot of boiling watone package of elbow I ind let it boil for 10 Drain and place in a used baking dish. Add a M macaroni and a layer of | cheese. Keep this up undish is full. Over this. I' i! two cups of thin I '• and then cover with |cnimbs. Bake in moderate about 30 minutes, and 'lie oread crumbs are ft. next day, with the rc" in some sweet pickF about a teaspoon of fi parsley, a mixture (thick) and mayonnaise, and a | Mix all together "' a t.istv salad. Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) the country are deeply concerned wilhe problem of eliminating beloneTn T Ame Can ^ BUt -^ !" STS mJST^LZ democra ic way which safeguards civil liberties and EEt.T I ,* ,n,U ^ ,i0n < raci£ l Prejudice. Jewish organizations are deeply mindful of the fact that, following the orec. P U of Adolf Hitler. anti-Semit.c forces use opposTon to Communism as camouflage for an anti-Jewish fight. .ll J W ffJ e !l C i 7 an f a gO0d many non -Jwi8h Americans as me \u7^ ,„ i ? ecply conccnied ver the danger that the very methods that may be employed to combat Communism, when thev violate civil rights, invade the privacy of the individual and destroy respect for orderly processes by creating mob law and vigilarfte mentality, can create the very conditions under which Communism, Fascism and the totalitarian mentality flourish. And it is in such an atmosphere—in which the democratic ideal is stifled— that anti-Semitism best flourishes. Jacob Blaustein, president of the American Jewish Committee, has warned that "few anti-Semites are devoting their efforts at present to open anti-Semitic propaganda or direct assaults on Jews." He pointed out that "many of them are operating in the disguise of anti-Communists." Blaustein told an AJC meeting in Chicago that anti-Jewish "hate-mongers" were now "posing as respectable citizens and are infiltrating, influencing and attemptl *9 mislead organizations concerned with really fighting the Communist menace." "We are facing here a far more dangerous problem than the old-fashioned anti-Semitic agitation—far more insidious and far more complex," Blaustein said." A great number of these bigots are leading the attack on public education. Their attacks on what they term 'subversive textbooks' ... are but a few of the methods they have adopted to carry out their anti-Semitism and foment bigotry generally." A distinguished Jewish attorney has committed suicide in an instance which many feel to be the result, not of anti-Semitism, but of questionable tactics used by the McCarran Internal Security Sub-Committee investigating United Nations personnel. He is Abraham H. Feller, the late general counsel of the United Nations and one of the closest advisors to Secretary General Trygve Lie. It was Lie himself who said that Filler killed-him' self because of the strain of defending UN employees "against indiscriminate srrnars and exaggerated charges." The Now York Times commented editorially that "Mr. Feller can be truly said to have given his own life for the cause in which he passionately believed and which he served so well." Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt has written that Feller was "well-known as an antiCommunist liberal, and everyone who knew him well was apparently devoted to him." Feller, said Mrs. Roosevelt, "must have known that among many members of the secretariat who have come to this country from nations where they have known Fascist or Communist regimes there is sometimes whispered: 'Is there any place in the world where you can get away from the Gestapo? Is this the US Gestapo?' She said that thought must have worried Feller because "people the world over need the assurance that there is one area of the world where people are sure enough of themselves to be free from .spying and constant suspicion." LUMBER — PAINT — BUILDING MATERIALS "Try Us For Service" Peninsular Service Co., Inc. 2145 No. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1571 SEASON'S OREBTIHGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS SONNY'S CHICKEN & BARBEQUE 320 23rd Street. Miami Beach. Florida Phone 5-9113 SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS SELL — REPAIR — RECOVER Rain. Beach. Garden Umbrellas, also Beach Chairs Work Guaranteed — Phone 2-0302 S. 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PAGE 2C fJmisii fhrMian iJIDAY. DE TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY LAWRENCE LUMBER CO. F. H. A. FINANCING 663 N. W. 14th Street Miami 1. Florida PHONE 3-3663 Psychologists Hit At Anti-Semitism GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami SEASON'S C R E ET I KC S W. IUUIOMJ vfKH.HT PAINTING 6441 S.W. 42nd Terrace Phone 87-6911 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY To Jewry Everywhere V "RICHARD "DICE" BERENSON And Associates BISCAYNE FRONTON SEASON'S <;KLKH\<;S TO ALL 01 R FRIENDS HolVro Restaurant EXCELLENT FOODS 1321 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 39478 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA IN LOS ANGELES IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO n"S HENRICI-S IN NEW YORK U s lmDrs IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOLFIE*S RESTAURANT SANDWICH SHOP No. 1 Lincoln Road Collins Ave. at 21 St. By GRACE JAN WALDMAN A Newt Feature Psychologies in Washington arc picking into the anti-Semitic mind to extract the infection of prejudice. Their research studies are seeking it out in schools, hospitals and homes throughout the country. Reports on progress were made at the 60th annual American Psychological Convention, where delegates discussed studies on discrimination, prejudice and authoritarian attitudes. Dr. Marie Jahoda. a psychologist who worked with the American Jewish Committee on a survey of emotional disorders and anti-Semitism, won the Associations' Civil Liberties Award for her research plan to study the relationship between loyalty measures and the "increasing tendency towards suspicion of minority groups." Reasons for prejudice were explained by Donald T. Campbell of the University of Chicago. He said that a person may be prejudiced because *he is rootless, homeless Or alienated from the group. The dogmatic type of prejudice, Campbel explained, is marked by over-identification with a cause. Thus, an extreme attitude toward loyalty oaths may be a way of showing over-protection or over-devotion toward America. Dr. Kenneth Clark declared, "McCarthy and McCarran are direct descendents of the knownothings and the Ku-Kluxers." j Dr. Isador Chein presented facI tual evidence that the effects of ethnic and racial segregation were harmful. And Dr. Wayne Dennis forcefully added, "I don't have to prove scientifically that segregation is harmful. I'm opposed to it because I know it is a socal injustice." At the climax of the convention, the psychologists were faced with a situation which brought forth action in accordance with their scientific theories. The Asj sociation was shocked to find i Negro members of the group discriminated against Jn Washington. President J. McV. Hunt of the Association declared, "we j have studied the damaging effect I of race and minority prejudice in every major field of American life," when the group announced I that it would not meet here again I until "more progress has been I made towards democratic treat[ ment of minorities." An article in the Washington Daily News reported that a hotel manager attacked the Association for its stand on this controversial issue. Recent books explaining and condemning anti-Semitism, ranging from best-sellers to textbooks, wer e exhitibited at the convention. Among the authors represented was Ashley Montague. It was Montague who explained last summer at a UNESCO conference, contrary to the apparent theories of the State Department Visa Division, that Jews are not a race. A series of five volumes on prejudice was exhibited by Harper and Brothers. Among them wer e .The Authoritarian Personality, a volume of the combined efforts of five psychologists which probes the prejudiced mind and analyzes the causes of anti-Semitism, and Paul Massj ing's Rehearsal For Destruction, j a study of anti-Semitism in imperial Germany. Massing's book shows how "the conflict of political and social pressures nurtured anti-Semitism which had such drastic consequences under the Nazis." The American Psychological Association has factually and unemotionally applied electric shock therapy to anti-Semitism. By widespread dissemination of their intensive studies, it hopes that terrorism, persecution, and genocide will someday be universally regarded as manifestations of sick minds. A MOST HAPPY | Henry | Mangels Com f Distributor, lor s <*hUtz The Br ,h a 122 N.E. ,!,„ St SEASON'S GREETINGS Styles Beer Garde. | 1351 N.W.l,t COB GREETINGS TO AJ1, WAYSIDE ft SPECIALIZING IN HC GROWN STRAWBE 1635 N.W. 42nd Court GREETINGS T Dr. Albert Einstein Greets Medical Officials 51 \S !s"S GR1 ETINGS 7> I ALI 01 K FRIENDS


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)AY, DECEMBER 12. 1952 *^'sf>/fcr* EFESTIML OF UHRlMlBEJHii PAGE 11 B By I. M. GREEN nee again, the eight-day Fesof Light, Chanuka, has e around. Considering the Eth of its duration—an entire Jl(__it is perhaps the most joyTfestival in the Jewish calenjurini and Simchas Torah be jolly fetes, but they last one day each, while ShaIh j> ;i two-day holiday. Pass• alone may dispute the claim ;hanuk:i for priority as reH S joyousness of spirit. nd yet. Chanuka is only what %  Down as a semi-holiday—all %  nary work is permitted durfthat week. Some other things permitted during Chanuka are ordinarily forbidden by lih law or customs: things card-playing and children's ilging in pranks. uiuka. as you may probably l\v, conn %  mmorates the re-dedicn of the Temple in Jerusalem after its defilement by the Ithens at the time when the k were persected by their ban overlords about 165 years Christian era. It celeles. too, the great victories of M;i, 3 medium potatoes, grated 1 egg ,Vi cup Manischewitz Matzo Meal 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons finely chopped parsley 44 cup drained cooked mushrooms, cut In silvers Manischewitz Manifat or oil for frying Mix grated raw potatoes with egg-, matzo meal and salt In laif* mixing bowl. Add chopped parsley and drained cooked mushrooms. Blend well. Drop by tablespoon onto hot frying pan; fry in deep fet until crisp and golden brown. Remove and drain on paper toweling. Serve hot. Serves 6. SEASON'S GREETINGS HOMEKTEAB BESTAIRANT. Ine. Meridian Ave. oH Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach Ph. 5-9609 MR. and MRS. NAT BRENNER DOMINICAN REPI BLIC STEAMSHIP LINE (Flota M.rc.nt. Del E.tado De La Republiea Dominicana) PIER THREE P. O. BOX 1468 MIAMI 9, FLORIDA SPECIAL EXC1RSMOXS Telephones 2-3454 — 2-7183 GREETINGS HOWARD BACKUS TOWING — LIGHTERING WHOLESALE SAND — CRANE RENTAL 1201 N. W. South River Drive — P. O. Box 681 Yard Phone 3-5019 Res. Phone 7-1042 MIAMI 4. FLORIDA Flagler Street Phone 9-3771 ^J^epaAfoetttdtcte r PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Since 1897


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Miami Phone 64-5213 \ GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRi < MM Ml III.Ill I |>< |, H <0. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 200 N.W. 14lh Street. Miami Phone 9 6665 HAPPY HOLIDAY SEROTA PLUMBING CO. 1728 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Richie Plumbing Supply. | m NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES 2116 N.W. 27th Ave. Telephone 64-4537 Miami Fla THE LEVIN FAMILY A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC TRAIL PONTIAC. INC. 665 S. W. 8th Street p hon# M576 •> RUSSIANS LEAVE JEWS TO WOLVES Continued from Page 1 A "the scum which lias linked itself with United States imperialism to destroy the achievement! of our people, to liquidate the people's democratic order, to restore capitalism in our country and to bring n under the yoke <-f the Imperialist*." a foremost place was held by the Zionists, "a reliable agency (if United States imperialism." The liberal News Chronicle of London noted that "we are witnessing the Nazi technique in operation all ovei aftin under another name. Everything is there, including the pathological desire to make .-.apegoati % %  '. the Jews." Anti-Jewish Propaganda Reports from Czechoslovakia immediately following the trial I indicated that the anti-Jewish propaganda engendered in the courtroom was having speedy effect In Bratislava, Slovak capital, houses occupied by Jews were identified with chalked marks, "Jew," or anti-Jewish slogans such BS "Down With capitalist Jews" Elsewhere, the trial en ti h wave of depression among Czechosl ivak Jews Erich Kohn, seen tary of the Prague Jewish community, a non-Communist, and his wife committed suicide in despair over the fate of the Jews m then countr) Sever*] Jews had had been m in the regime or In the C in m unist movment, also commuted suicide in apparent preference to awaiting arrest and trial. w included Rudolf Bistricky, young Czech Jewish diplomat and formei envoy to London, and Tiboi Kovaes, a regional party leader. An innocent victim of the purge was the Czech woman who M rved as hi usekeeper in the Israel Legation in Prague. According to word received in Tel Aviv, she had been summoned to secret police headquarters in Prague, int ted and released. The experience SO unnerved her that she took her life. New Purge Trials The trial of the 14 Communists is expected to be the forerunner of a whole new series of purge actions involving lesser lights in the Czechoslovak regime and in the Communist Party but, in general, following the anti-Jewish character of the oilot proceedings Result, it i> believed, should be the complete elimination of all J( wrs from any positions of power or authority in the political, economic, cultural or social life of the country. I. eri are known to be a number of likely candidates for early m th, secret police prisons in Prague. Among those facing early trial are Itordecai Oren and Shimson Orenstcin, both Israel nationals, and Dr. Edouard Goldsteucker, former Czech minister to Tel Aviv All have "confessed" to having served as spies for the 'imperialists" and testified as witnesses in the first trial Oren is a leader of the pro-Soviet Mapam Party in Israel, whose policy calls for closer orientation of the Jewish State with the Soviet Union bloc. Protest Rise A mounting storm of protest gathered momentum this week as Jewish ofsjamzations and communities throughout the free world denounced the Prague proceedings as a mockery of justice and a foul slander upon the Jewish people and the State of Israel. Action was urRed both in Israel and the United States to place the situation before the United Nations. In New York the Bnai B'riths Anti-Defamation League called on Secretary of State Dean Acheson to raise in the UN "the threat to the safetv and human 1 rights of the Jews of Czechoslovakia." In Israel, the Foreign Alfairs Committee of the Knesset had under study a Herut proposal for initiation of action in the UN on humanitv ^ PTagUe P roccl din 8 s constitute "crimes against Virtually every prominent newspaper in the free world denounced the Prague trial as a mockery of justice and a new attempt to make the Jew a scapegoat for the sins of others P!" T ? e ?" ale m : rt 'P" rt ls ,h: Dr. I. Kubowy, Israel Minister to jue.jias been Instructed by the Israel Government to return to In Tel Aviv, the Israel police guard around the Czechoslovak wai strengthened after an unidentified person threw a stone at the budding and smashed a window, following the announcement of the verdict at the Prague trial t, .hi '-•;'' '" ::i; m 't fcV an overwhelming vote of confidence to the Israel Government position on the Prague trial as stated bv %  gn Master Moshe Shan,, who had accused the Czech author^ plotting anti-Semitism in "the spirit of Nazism." M 1 D I'v, U ', U '"T" l T 1 'T le Unt ti 1, %  tho Communists and %  ';•> %  %  against, and the Herut a stained. The Herut then Sg : /'-;--''^'ha,,he,,ve,nmen, i l skheljn!;ed W i VW e Pr fUe :al ; lim a "" !" humanity. I ghtwmg party was reassured hat :ts motlon wou|d g, ined h P^^n.e.uary Foreign Affairs Committee, it joined the majority m a second vofa ol confidence. JewS^nd'Lmf^fl "1W a ri, *' !u ""> condemning the ant,DresSdX* KvSSS %*"£? expn "* ;,t th <" a also exdys shock at the trial which ,t called "an affront to U '" n The ^olut.on added that the trial "attempts to jrchLthtiood name of the State of Israel, undermines the traU Zl h 7 of ^ n ,: '" CZ Ch and JewW > %  *<>•. "3 tries —i of


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I : • PAGE 4 B +Jeist ncridBar CJA Announces Top Level Leaders To 1953 Campaign^ Howard Kane chairman oi the 3 Combined Jewish Appeal, early this week announced ap%  ointments of tup officers in the mpaign organization. Aaron M. Kanner, Miamj atI 'imy. was named to w i w as adlinistrative coordinator u> the ihairman. Heading the Trades Division will be Sam Heiman, and chairman of Initial Gifts will be r will be i hairman ,u the Trades Division encompassing i ight groups in tl Gn tl r Miami area. Heiman Is a membei ><: Federation's B i i has served for aav ii i years as a group leader in' the Trades Division for the Combined Jewish Appeal. Jacob Shear will head the Ini-' tial Gifts Unit for the third time during his long record of service % % %  %  FRIDAY, 12. < Jacob Sher Hollywood BBYO Jacob Sher. Abe Kurman will direct the activities of the Flying .Squadron. Kanner will function as a lial"ii office) between Campaign, Chairman Kane and the working Bjg p) %  of the Appeal He servYlPWS LUSfOITIS • d as co-chairman of the Trades ww %  %  "! Division during last year's drive Should The Jewish Laws And i-nd is expected to announce exCustoms Be Revised To Fit The Aaron Kanner a network of soliciting teams to more than 45 trades, indus| and professions in the Dade' County aiea. Kanner is a vice : Ii nt ui the Greater Miami i J. wi.-h Federation and a member oi the Federation's Board of G vi rnors. }{< %  also serves on the Board of Temple Israel, the tei Miami Jewish Center and the Jewish Horn.' foi the Aged. A trustee on the Board of Mount Sinai Hospital, Kanner has been active for many years in civic and philanthropic projects, j wjth hc Combined Jewish Ap Sam Heiman, cleaning store ^ Kane said sher headed the Abe Kurman panded plans for emphasis on greater trades coverage than heretofore. Tunes, was the topic of discussion at a B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Town Meeting held at Effort.will be^made to set "P| the Hollywood Jewish Commun| i itv Center last week. Ur eater Miami Seetion Honor* \ew Ameriean* The Greater Miami election of record breaking 1944 campaign in this area and served as Federation president for two terms in 1947 and 1948. He is a member of the Board of Beth David Congregation and was recently instrumental in leading the fund campaign for construction of its Religious School. The Initial Gilts Unit has been at work for several weeks organ', izing the kick-off function for the Sam Heiman direct the Combined Jewish Appeals Flying Squadron. The streamlined group is comprised of seasoned campaigners who volunteer to cover unusual prospects in all divisions, the CJA chairman explained. Kurman is a member of the Federation's Board of Governors, has served for many years with the Campaign Advisory Council and, in addition to accepting the post of will be affiliated with the Pioneer m Club Delegates Pledge New Sdi £ ."3 r'v % %  uSaTf Canada gathered duri, ninths of October ^ b to render their a l achievements t„ date %  Plans for further workl ies of nine regional conk Major steps ,or ward eer Women's ,-ole and will emerge from theseThe regional eonie. enca 1 held in centrally.^Jj within the nine geograpw] making up the specific^ districts. Each group ,' a program which inch, acceptance of specific L projects in the new youft, and agricultural school,! Mrs. Clara Leff, president of the Pioneer' of America and Canada.. just returned from isrJ] ticipated in most of the i ences. Pioneer Women of L__ are part of the Southeaste ion, hearti Mrs. Left's i report on her recent in conjunct] m with the the Region, pledged to I Mechanical School Buildi the cost of $35,000. institution. Participating in the si) the pledge was Mrs. Flying Squadron chairman, he will also serve as co chairman of the Hotel Unit this year. —.,. -*. "In 1951 and 1952. Kurman I P r ident of the Pioneer W, chalked up a remarkable record' ( of achievement in this division together with Jack Muravchick and Harry Koretzky, prominent hotel executive," Kane declared in his announcement here. On the affirmative side were, J!" cam P a, n Kane said, and l.th Boren cultural rh-irm !" I xpects l Cl,max lts efforls at Edith Boren, cultural chairman, Dinner Rally set for January and Gerr, Lee Smith. B'nai B'rith | £— !" % J Girls chairman. Taking the neg-' l J? Saxony H U 1 ative view were Richard Axinn, Sher wi announce co-chairBeth El Synagogue Mrs. Donald Rubin and Mrs. Sidney Lewis are co-chairmen, with Mrs. Reuben Rochkind. Samuel Gertman, David Harris and Ethel Goldstein on the comThursday at 8:30 p.m. Vic Glaser I is membership chairman. announce men of his unit and committee members within the next ten days. Abe Kurman, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged and former vice chairman of the HoReligious chairman, and Bill the National Council of Jewish j Mars vice president. Bob LeuthWomen will have a Chanuka oldl P resi dent, acted as moderDance honoring members and I a tor -laduaU-s of their English classes' A Chanuka Party will be held for New Americans on Saturday. I for the group Saturday evening former vice chairman of the HoDecember 13th, 8:30 p.m., a t the December 20th. at the home of tel U"'t .n the A ppeal, will again Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baum. 1834 Washington Street. Sandra Collier, social chairman, and Axinn are in charge of arrangements. BBYO meetings are held on The CJA drive is scheduled to begin by mid-January. Plans have been made for numerous brunches and dinner meetings during the month. Internationally famous speakers and entertainers will appear at these major affairs to tell the story of Jewry's great need in 1953. and of the globegirdling program in the field of relief, rehabilitation and resettlement carried out by the United Jewish Appeal through the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Israel Appeal and the United Service for New Americans. The Combined Jewish Appeal raises funds annually in the Greater Miami area for the support of seven local institutions and a host of Israeli, overseas and national agencies. ers signing were presides*] chairmen of Moetzet Hop the following clubs: The Mesdames SH. Seitlin. Club No. I;Q and L. Mintzes, Club Nil Seltzer and S. Shapoff, Myerson; and T. Sandieri Shkoler, Kadimah Chapter! Dov Chapter Han •Joint Affair Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women, will hold a Chanuka Party and Membership on Wednesday, December 17th, 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Morris Zimmerman, 1854 SW 23rd Terrace. Flagler Plans GM JCC Al Activities Here] The Senior Friendship CM the Flaglei -Granada JewishC munity Center will hold 11 nuka Party on Sunday. Dee" 14th, 8:30 p.m., at the Ca Benjamin Jonas is chaii the group. A Winter Vacation ProfJ children of Public Schooli be conducted at the Cent December 22nd through i 2nd, it was announced by 1 L. Shamis, area supervir The program will ber each week-day from 1 and will include outings( don Park and Matheson mock, trips to various pi interest in Greater Miami track and field events, dn and games. A Chanuka Party wn ate the program on Monday. Hostesses are the Mesdames cember 22nd. The part* -.i-'t... c...1 n % % % %  I. v—J.:. ...:_*._ .....1 mncir WlU Celia Wilner, Sarah Feidel and Sarah Breliant. Mrs. Rose Pertes is president. outings and music ducted jointly with the Branch of the Greater Jewish ConimunityCentBjJ GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA — Brief ceremonies recently marked the laying of the cornerstone for a new $65,000 Hillel House of B'nai B'rith now under construction near the University of Florida Campus. State chairman of the Hillel Fund. Louis Ossinnky, Sr. (left), is shown here at the scene of the activity with Professor Samuel Proctor (center). University historian and member of a local committee on arrangements, and Rabbi Jerome Kestenbaum, interim director of the Hillel House. Mrs. Brown To Head Pythians Officers for the forthcoming term were elected at the last meeting of Roosevelt Temple No 33. Pythian Sisters. Mrs. Arthur Brown will preside as Most-Excellent-Chief, and n rS 7l W1S Brooks wil1 be Sitting i Martha Sachs. Gertrude Indgin. "ast Chief. • %  •• %  — Other officers are a s follows: Excellent Senior. Mrs. Manual Rudes; Excellent Junior. Mrs. Al Wiseman: Manager. Mrs. Nat Sanders; Protector. Mrs. Arthur Robinson: Outer Guard. Mrs. Ben Donneistein; Treasurer. Mrs. Irving ataman; Secretary, Mrs Harry Baron; Pianist, Mrs Ham Stern: Trustees. Mrs. Al Chaykin and Mrs. Murray Friedberg; Captain of Degree Staff. Mrs. Gerald Brass; Press Correspondent, Mrs Bernard Welkind; and Installing Officer, Mrs Morris Cotzin. Format installation will be held on January 3, 1953. sch N ed X u\enor n Ltm h ber gr ,2th I A h m !" w WISX P.m.. at 500 SW nth Avenue' Clovela nd Indian Baseball Team, with students wn ( when the Grand Chief of the I %  You,h Breakfast Service of the Miami Beacn, i State of Florida, Mrs. Lucy An-1 ter last Sunday morning. Shown with Rosen <**• y derson. will pay an official visit Mt> are (left to right) Ellen Walsey. member | C will 4 under ,K E n H ertain,pent *"**** Planning Committee; Rabbi Irving Lehn^ „, £rs. Sirley LvS ""^ f S" 1 ^^ ol *• ^nter; and Paul W. "** M ^^^ M %  Planning Committee. 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PAGE 10 A +Jmi§tfk/Hitr^ =22*^0^2^ AMONG THE BIG DAY WORKERS lieth David PTA To Itabhi >IM holof f Fete 700 Students The Beth David PTA will sponsor a Chanuka Party for the 700 Sunday School students on Sunday, December 14th, at 9:45 a.m. Featured will be a production by the Dramatic Group and Festival songs by the Students Choir. Students will be recipients of a Chanuka Grab Bag distributed under the chairmanship of Mrs. N Davidow. Nislrs Schedule Membership Tea The Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel Northside Center will hold an Annual Membership Tea on Thursday, December 18th, at 650 North Miami Avenue. Mrs. Jack Berke, chairman, has planned a Fashion Show and a musical program featuring a vioin soloist. The Sisterhood is also scheduling a Chanuka Party for Sunday School children at the Tem• pie on December 14th, 10 a.m. Heads ASM-II New president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association is Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Jacob. Rabbi Mescheloff was elected to the post at a meeting held in Temple Israel last week. Named to serve as secretary of the organization was Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The new officers will be installed at a gathering of Rabbis on December 20th, at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph R. Narot. Vice Chairmen Of BIG Day Mrs. Press Golden Agers In Sunday Observance The Golden Age Friendship Group of Greater Miami will hold its Annual Chanuka Celebration at the Jewish Community Center, 450 SW 16th Avenue, on Sunday, December 14th. Among the many activities planned is the lighting of candles by two students of Tifereth Israel Northside Center, Marshall and Owen Glantz. Cantor Abraham Seif. of Kneseth Israel Congregation, will sing Chanuka selection. In charge of information is Jerome Schulman. Beach Attorneys To Hold Ail-Doy Legal Institute An be conduct I i, v tn £* h B i Pral %  ; !" • tutes Cow Bar, on De. mber v x \ 'fH Delano H %  n at Pr, : '''-" % %  • % %  realm* erty law wi] ._£** One of the principal spead will be Thomas H. A£A whose topic is schedoled 3 Problems Under The Mechantf Lien Law. Anderson, whoj3 erly held the office of Assis£ County Solicit,,.here, i, ZT. enUy oit y attorney for W Shores Village and the towS Miami Springs. Dr. George J. Miller, 0 f J University of Florida Collewi Law, will address the group. The Florida Homestead Law Z It Affects Real Property. Examination Of Abstracts r| be the topic discussed by Pf Game, past president of the B Association of Tampa and HiUV-' borough County. ViddiNlier Fornm Mark* (kanaka The YlVO-sponsored Yiddisher Forum will celebrate the Festival of Chanuka at its weekly gathering on Saturday evening, 8:31 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Marim Kurman will discuss tin! importance of the Festival jjj Lights during the past and pra^ ent. Also appearing will be Cant* Abraham Seif in traditiwl songs and Beryl Morrison ai Max Astor in literary readiaeV Form It, th El Men* a Club Announcement came early tin week of the formation of daj Beth El Congregation Men's Cl*. The -group will meet for ill: inaugural meeting on Thursday, December 18th, 8 p.m., at uu, Dora August Memorial Hall. Appearing on the program m be Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, BethB spiritual leader who will |W| a book review, and Cantor Abraham Seif "and Joseph Schreib* man in musical selections. Latkes will be served. Hialeah Teen Agers Pick Group Officers Recently elected officers of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center Teenagers are: Jack Becker, president; Ronald Askitz, vice president: Carol Miller, secretary-treasurer; and Steve Knepler and Hope Stein, publicity. Change Of Hour Jacob Schacter, director of the Jewish Radio Hour heard three !" J* weekly over station WMBM, announces a change in time to 11:15 a.m.. on Wednesday and Friday. The Sunday Program will be heard as usual from 2 to 3 p.m. Men's Club To Mark Festival On Thursday evening, Dweaher18th, at 8:30 p.m.. the Mert Ck'b of Beth El Congregate will have a Chanuka Social GflJ Together in the Dora Augw Auditorium. A musical program of ri" liturgical music will be present* ed. Feature address will be II Dr. S. T. Swirsky who will j cuss Howard Fast's novel: If Glorious Brothers. 1 A Twenty Questions Game, relating to Chanuka, will follow. Beaeh Mixrarhi Latke Party lM The Annual Latke Parly of J* Miami Beach Mizrachi Womeoi Organization will be held J Wednesday, December Mb. •; p.m.. in the Social Hall of Be" Jacob Congregation. The program of en.erta mm* will be headed by Mr. J*Fine, soloist. mjM Guest speaker will ** Moses Mescheloff. P !" *" nifa | the Greater Miami "•^ Association. The Rabta speak on Women In IsraelWomi7wrMUen To APP** At Bacb Auditorium T| Appearing a. <>-f^ Auditorium Saturda> !" |0 Raphael Halpem. c ^ wrestler of Israel, who wi Prince Omar, of Pcrs'*, ^ the bill will be M.ldr^ champion woman wresu lenged by Dot Dotsoi



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PAGE 2 A vjewistncrk&air) Attorney General Goldstein Will Appear At Luncheon For Yeshiva Medical School Nathaniel L. Goldstein. Attorney General of the State of New York, will be honored at a luncheon at the Sans Souci Hotel on Wednesday, December 17th, at noon. Leaders of the South Florida campaign for the College of Medicine sponsored by Yeshiva University and the City of New York will be hosts at the Miami Beach affair. Goldstein, who has been elected Attorney General three times, i.s national chairman of the medical college drive. He has been prominently identified with many of the nation's leading philanthropic, civic, religious and fraternal endeavors. A native New Yorker and graduate of New York University and the New York Law S ( hool. of which he is now a trustee. Goldstein also holds honorary degrees of Doctor of Laws from Syracuse University and Hobart and William Smith Colleges. He received the medallion from Alpha Epsilon Pi in 1946, as the nation's outstanding leader in Jewish communal life. He was presented by the Willkie Memorial of Freedom House, of which he is a director and vice president, with the first United Nations emblem based on the UN official insignia. Goldstein was named Brooklyn's most distinguished citizen in 1946. by the Men's League of Brooklyn and the Jewish Community Council. In 1950, B'nai B'rith cited him for outstanding public service. Goldstein also has been active on behalf of the Federation of Jewish Chanties. National C inference of Christians and Jews. Nati inal Citizen's Council on Civil Rights, United Jewish Appeal, Metropolitan Zionist Fund. irTve i NY1 School of Government ...-id tnitted their • i University of Buffalo, American Jewish Committei and Greatei New York War Fund He is past commandei of the Harry G. Ragovin Post, Ameni in Legion. Samuel C Levenson and R. Williams Apte, who are now serving as chairmen oi the South Florida campaign, will preside at the Wednesday meeting Goldstein announced their appointment from New York. Levenson, vice president of the West Flagler Kennel Club, is a ..-••••' ? ,.-' r ^\J Four Greater Miami cantors will join with 65 students of the" Hehfew Academy TIM night, December 16th, tn present a Chanuka Musical Festival at th* Academy, c Maurice Mamches, of Beth David; Abraham Seif. ol Kneseth Israel; Berele Kelemer, of L Hebrew School and Congregation; and Jack Tambler will participate in the program, ing Kelemer, Academy student, and his father. Cantor Berele Kelemer. will sing a duel Miram Donnerstag, musical director of the Academy, will serve as conductor. (V Fruchtman, chairman of the Fifth Annual Dinner, Dr. David S. Andron, president, and 1 Alexander S. Gross, principal, will speak. Four Israeli Bond Leaders Resign; Re-Accept Later MEW YORK —The four top leaders of the Israel bond United States jubresignatioiM to Israel Prime Minister David BenGurion last week and subsequently withdrew them. In Jerusalem, it was announced that the Prime Minister-had refused to accent the resignations. According to Jerusalem reporta, the resignations were due to "lack of cooperation on the part of the Israel Government." It was confirmed here that the resignations had been submitted. 0||OMDraft Of Israeli Women NEW YORK (WNS)—The Convention of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the US and Canada, which took place this week in rtockaway Park, adopted resolutions oDposing the draft of women in the Israel Army on the ground that such draft was against the commandments of the Torah. Other resolutions adopted voiced the opposition of the Rabbis to the proposals for a unified school system Those who took this action were Henry Morgenthau, Jr., chairman of the Board of Governors of the trustee of Mount Smai ^m ttau ^^S^iSS^X^ and of Temp e Israel. He also, mcnt Corporation for Israel. is a member of the Board of Govwhk h condu( ts the sa e srsfiS? M ,ami Jew sas 'T : rr v~*r. £*2 1*= f'-dian. and ES?Si t^gSTS a resident of Greater Miami for /ice president; and Julian Venetsky, more than 30 years, 's currently' c halI man ()f tne Exi cutlVl Com .' a member of the Boards of the National Children's CardiacHome, the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami and of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. .After playing an active role in civic work in Tampa and West Palm Beach. Apte moved to Miami and was one of the founders of Temple Israel. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Social Service Bureau of Greater Miami. mittee Abba S. Eban. Israel Ambassador, met during the week with Morgenthau and Montor. Dr. Martin Rosenblueth. representative of the Israel Ministry of Finance, accompanied him in the meeting. "I am confident that the difficulties which had arisen in the administrative relations of the Government of Israel with the leaders of the Israel Bond Organization will shortly be overBen-(iurion Branch To Fete Chanuka Ben-Ourion Branch No. 304. Farband. will hold. a Chanuka' Celebration on Wednesday even| ing, December 17th, 8 Qjn.. at the Beth David Synagogue, Miami, according to an announcement this week by Dr. Harry Queen, president Chairman of the affair will be Mrs. Bea Jaffer. president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. Mrs. Jaffer will be introduced by Israel Shapoff, chairman of the Labor Zionist Council here and cultural chairman of the Ben-Gurion Branch. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David, is scheduled as principal speaker. The musical portion of the program will include Cantor Maurice Mamches. Paul Milstein and A. Dorff. Others appearing will be Mrs. Sonia Gerbert in a reading of her own compositions and Beryl Morrison who will interpret literary works on Chanuka. ORKIN PEST CONTROL RATS • ROACHES • MICE • FLIES "MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 Chanuka Breakfast A special Chanuka will be featured over S den's Jewish Forum On Tin] Sunday, December 14th, %  a.m.. radio station WMIE. DAY WORKERS $5 k I COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIM IN PRIVATE MOMEJ SPECIALIZING Hottl Maids Portal Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. lit Avt. Ph. t-M No Charge to Employ S. .1. Friedman & M. Il4-|l.llll HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Ste. Hebraw Raligioua SuppRaa For Synagogues and Private Us*. Also for Habraw Schools. DnBD 131D Talaphona 5-9017 350 Lincoln Rotd Matxaninc — Phone 5-S Entrance on Washington An OCULISTS Prescriptions Filled Lenses and FramM Duplicated Large Selection in Lot*j Styles Agudaih Israel Holds Affair A Chanuka Festival will be sponsored by the Agudath Israel Hebrew, Institute and the Sisterhood on Thursday evening, December 18th. 7 p.m.. at the Broadmoor Hotel. A program of music and speakers on the significance of the Festival is being arranged. Louis come as a result of an awaited ; Langwald, president of the S.vnacommunication from Mr. Ben-1 Rogue, will act as toastmaster. Gurion." Mr. Eban said. "I appeal, Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will be main to all supporters of Israel Bonds speaker and discuss: The Power to maintain and intensify their! Of The Spirit effoits without interruption." Greetings by guests and mem> bers will follow. Cantor Aarele Krenskv In Talk '< B loo,n vi render musical and ivrensity in xaiJC | cantonal selections. Louis J Krensky will address! Tne Sisterhood of the SvnaFeature Puppet Show At Israelite Center Affair A Chanuka Party for children of the Israelite Center will be held on Sunday at 10 a.m., under the direction of Andrew Korn-1 reich, faculty member. A Puppet show will be principal feature of the morning and the weekly luncheon meeting of! Bogue is sponsoring refreshments, wilL,be presented by Mrs. George Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591. W1,h NI: Bessie Levine as chairKessler. PTA program chairman. B'nai B"rith, on Tuesdav. Deman. Co-chairmen are Mi s. Dina in conjunction with the PTA cember 16th. 1215 p.m.. at the; Babok and Mrs. Charlette Karmembership. I National Hotel. Mil THE FINEST SOAP! 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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME. LAW
\,.TI' K IS IIKKKMY I1IVEN Ihnl
, ,:,,! i-rmsiu'il. desiring t.. en,
bu-iiirMH under the flctltlou* name of
. ... I.KVARD TELEVISION CEN-
i 11487 N \v. TUi Avenue, Ml-
Florida, Intend to register said
. ,ih -Hi.- Clerk of the Clrcujl
I ol Dale County. Klorlil.i *
RAYMOND C. GORIN'n
CHARLB8 |{. KILLER
|.\\ll. DRUCKER
for Raymond C. Oorimr
Uharlea It Miller
. i incraham lililn.
Fla.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XiiTH'H IB HBREBT GIVEN that
i inderalsned, de-Hiring to engage in
- under the fictitious name of
> i UN BROS., :it B8B1 Myron Avenue,
Miami Beach. Florida, intends i.....K.
Mm said name with the Clerk of
id, Circuit Court of Hade Countv
Kierlda.
DANIEL STERN
Sole Proprietor
GEORGE .T. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Petitioner
U Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
IS 12-19-81 1/2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
*kistrh,Hictn
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aid name with
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154921
STEPHANIE VERCH. Plaintiff,
vs.
1 All, OSCAR VBRt'H. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T" TAIL. OSCAR VERCH.
defendant.
l.indMedt Huatl,
North Bellmore. New York
You are hereby notified that a Hill
.( complaint for Divorce haa been
uralnat you, and you ar, r*.
quired to nerve a copy of Tour Ana-
Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on KOVNBR Ar MANNHEIM-
ER 120 Lincoln Road, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
. n oi in fore December tl, IMS;
f you tall to do o. Judgment l,v de-
faull "ill be taken against you for
lef demanded] in the hill f
. 'omplalnt.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 2nd day of December,
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NOT'" NA%CK?Pmro""
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Secretar
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clerk of the Circuit Court
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Clerk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
No. 22272
In It. K.STATE OF
MAX DUHLER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
TO \l.l. WHOM it MAY CONCERN:
v i Is hereby given that I have
flirt my final report as Administrator
.f the Estate of Max Duhi.i. deceaa-
"l that I have filed my Petition for
Final Discharge; and that I will applv
10 .n. ..f the Judges of the County
Judges Court, Dade County. Florida,
n th.- 29th day of December, 1552, for
Ihe approval of the same and for final
.e as Administrator of th Es-
tate ..I Max Dubler, deceased.
>' n.-.l this 19th day of November,
ALBERT DITBLER, Administrator
WILLIAM PALLOT
Attorney lor Administrator
v'l liigr.iham Building
Florida
11 II/S-1I-1I
SHKIXKI- SPIELER
*(,'i'.""v '''. Al'l"l'-at
jo- Roper Building
Miami M, Plorlda
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DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
RK: estate0,-,,?*6-*
HARRY l. WILKNSKY.
NOTICE OF INTENTION To'MAKE
d7scN F0R P'NAL B
Judge of Dade Countv, Plorlda for
PProval of said final re.....? and for
RJfeehMM a, Adrnln7ua,?lX f of
s^'v'-^V,:::, HARR* "">-
This 24th da) ..f Nov. mbar [952
MARY B. uii.kxsky. "
Administratrix of the
Bstate of
HARRY, i, uii.kxskv.
RICHARD KRIEOER PINK" '"'
Attorney for the Estate of
Harry I. Wllensky.
II M 12 :.-12-19
NOTICE
SUSP* FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
8 HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE
the undersigned.
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1- 5-12-19-21
HARRY I. GRUBER
REBECCA QRUBER
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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HEREBY GIVEN that
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12/11-19-26 i CARLYLE,
ed C. Carlyla
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 27222
RE ESTATE UF
JACOB M. SEIDENBERG,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Ii hi reby glv. n that we
v< nied a final report and petition
for l mal Discharge .is Co-Executori
"I the .st.it.. of JACOB M. SEIDEN-
BERG, deceased; and that on the
23rd day of December, 1952 Wi will
apply to the Honorable W F BLAN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County,
rlorlda. for approval "f s.ii.l final
report and for final dischart, .,. said
Co-Executora of ihe Estate of JACOB
M. ETEIDENBEHG, deceased
This mh day of November, 19.">2
BKRTHA KAt'FMAN
ISAAC JOFFE
Co-Executori
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Kxecutors
11/28 12/3-12-19
IN T^SsT'SFSY PUBLICATION
itutE,CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l.Vno,T,H. JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
V?^oStJN AND F0R daoe
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
l,,,x-.. No- '54955
CRINT I...HKZ. Plaintiff,
WILLIAM MA1-IUCK UJUBB.
* Defendant,
in UnU,7..F0R D'vORCE
,i, '',',''AM MA'"ICK LeJUBZ
in.' Manhattan Avenue
New York. New York
You, William MAURICE LeJUBZ,
are hereby notified that a Kill of
omplalnt for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
ul'J''. '' .SOpy8Ly0?r Antww "' I'lead-
I" he Hill of Complaint on the
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"each, Honda, and file the original
Answer or l'leading In the office of
the l.rk of the circuit Court on or
before the th day of January, I9S|,
11 you rail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
1 omplalnt,
This not ice shall l,e published once
each week for four consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH I LORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
i-an aia, this 3rd day of December,
A.D. II I.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court s.aii
By R, 11. kick, jr.
Deputy Clerk.
UEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12 5-12-19-26
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FOR TAX DEED
File 51078
.su-'iv If ,'""-|,v lven that BEN
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
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"'AM lAII: RUBBER PRODfCTS
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Miami Beach, Fla.
12 5-1S-19-26
on
1982.
of November,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v .,., NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lilCKKIlY CIVI-.X
BTA^LB. M l&tBH"
Attorney for Applicants
Ml Seybold Hide
U' IL'-l!.-26 1/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
L'NITY FURNITURE A CLOTHING,
.H.'1"/-'.'1, ,0,r<'vit<''- said n
with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
SIDNEY ASTLEB
II/S-U-18-JACK '"1N,<,;l^TKIN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag.- m
bu3!!S!." lu"''-r the fictitious name of
I.I i W< SEVEN BAR, at 843-S4S N \V
in Avenue, .Miami. Fla Intend! to
register said name with the Clerk .,f
the ( iicult Court of Da|e Countv
Florida.
KL, BREGER MKYK" S,K':EL
Attorney for Appll. ant
2::.". Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
11/21-28 12/5-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
?,u,'nesa '".....r the fiititious ii., t,i.- ,,r
S !;. H"'1'""-^ """ 'nc), at 976
West I-mgler Stre.l. Miami. Rorida,
iiii.iiiis to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Curt of bade
< ounty, Kloi Ida.
EDWARD
sol,.
IltVINC lYI'KX
Attorney for owner
<2li Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
12/5-12-19-2B
Holt. iWITZ.
owner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154498
HENRY F. JOHNSON, Plaintiff
va,
ETTA MAE JOHNSON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ETTA MAE JOHNSON
76 Branner Avenue,
Prlchard, Alabama
You are hereby notified that a Isiir.
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
qulrad to serve copy of your answer
or pleading to the Bill of Compl...nt
on the plaintiffs attorney, RICHARD
K. SHKI'ARD, 2200 West Flagler
sn,,t. Miami, and file the original
answer or pleading in the office .,f
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the lath day of December.
1952. If you fail to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
IH>NK AXD ORDERED at Miami.
I lorlda, this 13th day of November,
A.D. 1952.
B, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
II -29 18/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
IN
':
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 29113-B
la ESTATE OF
IKI.KN SCHWARTZ. Deceased
All '"i editors and All Persons Hav-
I'lalms or Demands Against
Said Batata:
11 ;u and each of you. arc hereby
and required to present any
1 ud demands which you, or
"th. i of you, may have against the
t HELEN SCHWARTZ, de-
'.-I |ste of Dade County. Florida.
' the Honorable County Judges of
J'..'h County, and file the same In
fflces in the tTounty Courthouse
I'll, "ounty, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
m*t publication hereof. Said claims
1'i'inds to contain the legal ad-
's- ol the claimant and to be sworn
" tul presented as aforesaid, or
m* will he barred.
"'I' November mh. AD. 1952.
ADOLPH MENDEL
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
HELEN SCHWARTZ,
i. .!,... ... Deceased.
'' SKIM w. MAI.EK
;." Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Adolph Mendel, Executor
11/21-28 12/5-12
CREDITORS
JUDGES' COURT
NOTICE TO
'N THE COUNTY .
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In i. No 2"B
\ i\. E8TATB OF
HtNRY I. SCdARMAX.
T ah ,. Deceased
ii.- (.,r'".'|ltora and All Persons Hav-
' ', llllls <" Demands Agntnst
! Estate:
v.
i. uid
each of you, are hereby
,. and required i" pre* nt any
ltb ,;'"' ''"""'"nds which you, or
tai A'.'!1' I|IV'' "gainst the
HENRf I SUOARMAN, ,!.-
" "" of Dade Countv, KI.....I i
,Honorable Countv .lode.- of
; "">ty, and file the same In
"ierM m the County Courthouse
1 "unty, hlorlda. within eight
. ."""iths from the date of the
or .1,. !''a,ln hereof said claims
'ids to contain the legal ad-
"" ilalmant and to be sworn
ill I """"".'ed as aforesaid, or same
. ''aired.
nL>V.*Slb'2 A.D 1952.
'MtriUDK SIKIARMAN
as Administratrix C.T.A. DBN
"the Estate of
HENRY I. SUOARMAN.
p*LLOt i, ,,._ Deceased.
A,'r'> ?of'VER ,",LU)Y
''ad..
' H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 29120-B
In Re: ESTATE OK
LOCIS HEERES, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
.state of LOUIS HEERES, deceased
late of Dade Countv. 1 iorida, to the
Hon. W. F. BLANToX, County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same in
his office in the Conniy Courthouse
In Dade County, Plorlda, within eight
calendar months from tile 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 afure-
said. or same will l.e liaried See
s.ciion 120 of the l!':u Probate Act.
Date November 2"th, A.D. 1952
FANNIE BEERES
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
LOUIS BEERES, Deceased.
ISAAC JOFI'E
Attorney for Executrix
1010 Hiscayne Building
Miami. Florida
11/28 It/l-ll-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga.-e in
business under the fictitious name of
ORCHIDS GALORE, at 10710 Biacayne
Blvd., intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cent
ol Dade County, Florida.
KARL STUMPI'
ANNE OSWALD
STEPHEN P. KES8LER
Attorney for Applicants
22011 W. Hauler St.
11/21-28 12/5-12
an Illinois Co-Partnership
By Morris s'katoff, a Partner
SHELDON LELCHUK
Attornev for Applicants
Ml) liigr.iham llldg.
11/28 12/5-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 194810
HOWARD I. SPARKY, Plaintiff.
vs.
BETH M. SPARKY. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In MRS BETH M. SPAREY
744.: I'a> Street
Iji Yolla
CALIFORNIA
You. BETH M. SPARKY, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint
been filed against you, and you
required to lerva a copy of
Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint on the plaintiff j
nevs, I'INi: TAYLOR.
has
are
vour
Rill of
Attnr-
613-616
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154667
HENDRIK JOHANNES SWARTJES.
Plaintiff,
vs.
HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJES.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO:
HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJES,
Defendant
c 0 Tlllle Jooley, 1456 Lexington Place,
Elisabeth, New Jersey.
You arc hereb) notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading In the Bill of Com-
plaint on KOVNBR A MANNHEIM-
KR, 420 Lincoln Road, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before December 19, 1952:
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will lie taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AXD ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this ISth day of November,
E. B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Conrt
,S'"" Bv: R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk
KOVNBR & MANNHE1MER
Attorney! for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/21-18 lt/S-11
RAE WAXKR
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney for Applicants
11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, uesiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COSTA HOTEL AND APARTMENTS,
at 6891 Bay Drive, Miami Beach, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NATHAN LIPKIND
KSTELI.E LIPKIND
11/21-28 12/3-12
u/ffS"?
12/5-1J
'A. DBN
Olynipla Building, Miami :;.'. Florida,
and file the original Answer r Plead-
ing in the office of the I lark ol the
Circuit .'our. en or before the Nth
f December, Utt. >"
do Judgment by default
taken against you for th
will
lief
I.mil
maml.il In tie )'..{l of '"'jJI'^'".",,,,,..
This notice shall be 0 ibljshed on e
each weak fpi tour......fcfjjf'v* ''-k"
in THE JEWISH I ladllDlAX
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami.
Plorlda. tola Mth day of November,
A" 1:' k H LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
I Wde COUBty, Florida
(Circuit Court Scl; ^^
Deputy Clerk
PINE A TAYLOR
Attorneys for Iwnt'ff
(13-616 Olympla Building
Miami 32. Florida
By: Richard O. Taylor
11/2J J2/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ,n
business under the fictitious name of
TI1K XooK. at 1*1 W. Flagler Street.
Miami, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dada county, Florida
FRANK lioKREL
jack i: LEE
HENRY NUSSENBAUM
Attorne) for Applicants
ii ii seybold Bldg.
11 21-21 It/S-lI ______________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 29088
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANNA SKOARMAN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may hive against the
estate of ANNA SI'C.ARMAN. deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to
the HON. W. F. BLANTON or
FRANK B. BOWLING. County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same In
his office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Plorlda. within 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 worn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. !*ec Section 120 of the
1983 Probate Act.
Date November 17, A.D. 1 ?r.2.
UERTRPDE Sl'OARMAN.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
ANNA SIGARMAN. Deceased
PALLOT. SILVER & Ml'LLOY
Jittorneys for Administratrix
11 21 -2 12,5-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JEAN and FRANKS WEE WASH IT,
at 59i2 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the .Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade .County, Florida.
FRANK <;r.XSi;i.i;i ;
JAY I. COHEN
Attorney for Frank Uunsberg
11/21-28 12/.1-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SI XSilLXE TOURS AND SUNRAY
Tul'RS, at 229 N. E. 1st Avenue.
Miami, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SOLAN A TRAVEL COMPANY. Inc.
ELI BREGER
Attorney for Applicant
23.'. Lincoln Read
11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA JUICH & SYRUP CO.. at
21.". N W. 27th Street. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
FLORIDA JUICE. INC .
a Florida corporation
COURSHON & COURSHON
Attorneys for Florida Juice,. Inc.
11'21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CERTIFIED IMPROVEMENT CO.. at
Snake Creek and N. W. 2nd Ave.
Miami. Fla Intend to register said
name With the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
CARL I.t'.XDY ,v
EDITH LI'NDY. his wife;
MAX DRKYER &
ANNA DRKYER, his wife:
SAMUEL DREYER A
ELIZABETH DREYER, his wife
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under- the fictitious name of
THE GIFT BOWL, at fi.".7 Lincoln
Road. Miami Bea.h, Florida, intends
I., legiater said name with the Clerk
..f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
THE FRUIT BOWL. INC.
GEORGE I TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
420 Line,.in Road
Miami Beach. Florida
11 :'l-.'s 12 i-12
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Washington Irving followed the servant into the large living room warmed by a fire on the hearth, watched Scott brush aside his favorite hound as he rose to hold out a welcoming hand. Irving could see how tall and powerfully built he was. Listen to the deep resonant voice tinged with a Scottish accent. The two men talked of many things. The fire burned higher. Scott puffed away on his meerschaum pipe. The talk ranged from the Laird's plans for a stone castle just being built. The smell of pipe smoke and wet wool gave way to the strong brew of tea. Later the talk grew more serious and Irving picked from the rag bag of his thoughts a scrap of somber hue. He told Scott of Matilda Hoffman to whom he had been betrothed, who had died shortly before their wedding day. "I don't know what I would have done those dark days if it hadn't been for my dear Rebecca." Scott leaned forward in interest. "Rebecca Gratz of Philadelphia. Really a most amazing woman. She has the beauty, the wisdom and the true faith of the great women in the Old Testament. She is Miriam. Deborah. She is Esther." "She must be very beautiful indeed, to have impressed you so." "It goes deeper than that. Thomas Sully, the portrait painter, was so taken with her black hair, her creamy skin, that tinv lovely figure, that he has painted her time after time. But she has more than beauty. Jt is a quality of mystery and yes tragedy." Irving thought for a moment. "There has been in her life too, a tragic love affair. Perhaps that was why she knew so well how to comfort me when I lost Matilda." "Please tell me more. I have just begun a new novel and I am thinking of a heroine ... a beautiful Jewess ... but there must be about her those virtues, that make her outstanding. She must tower over other women because of her moral strength and she must be unforgettably beautiful." "In that case I must tell you the complete story of my Rebecca Gratz." Philadelphia was the heart of the nation when Rebecca was born in 1781. Here lived the new country's rulers, the artists, the social leaders. And a merchant prince who was Michael Gratz Rebecca's father. He had fled the Ghetto of London only to find the same life awaiting him in the sanctuary of America he had later found a home and wealth True he had worked hard in the small shop until now he outfitted whole expeditions of hardy pioneers who went out to explore and then build the new country. There was a good deal of geography Rebecca did not have to leam from books. She knew that her father's ships left with carbleak hours and days goes of cotton and grain and returned with wine from France— silks and spices from China. Later when he began to trade with the Indians he received many land grants that continued to build the Gratz fortune. More than a man of wealth, Michael Gratz was known as a man of integrity who needed but a handshake to seal a bargain. 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leuMsb-JEIoiidGon \W. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1952 SEC. C By HARRY CUSHING L I.M ISM •I<''I' Telegraphic f" Agency, Inc.) Livals and special holiday Lvanccs have been celebrated |the Jews almost from the fcent they became a people than 3,500 years ago. To generation, these periodic trvances in the cycle of the [rew calendar have brought tl! cheer and hope. To Jews Uery land and in every age, L. holidays have been conf,t reminders of stirring events I notable personalities, as symo| lofty principles and rebus devotion, uniting all Jews. is an accepted premise that Jewish people could not ie survived the many dark! Ituries of persecutions and, TiderinRs had they not been| Uevoted to their days of obvance and the accompanying 1 Lais and ceremonies. the liturgy for the observance [Chanuka is rather sparse as npared with the other popular %  days like Passover, Sukkoth, Ivu.it. Rosh Hashonah and Kippur. The reason is obusly a result of the fact that anuka is classified as a minor kival. The distinction of a L: I tival is given to these |idays winch are prescribed in T By the same token, todays which developed in the 1 It-TV of the Jewish people andj Jr.ch had been added after the | blical canon, are known as mi[ holidays and Jewish ecclesifcical laws does not forbid labor be other restrictions in : vance as in the case J maji Festivals. |: is, chanuka, although one 1 the more popular holidays in %  Wish life today, still has a scant lurgy. The observance is for f. most part a home observance 1 which the lighting of the tapthe center of a brief reBOUg ritual. The remainder of fe home observance is for the lost part one of camaraderie— laying of games and merry-makH First Mention JJosephus is the first writer to pke mention of the celebration the Feast of Lights (Antiquiles of the Jews, Chapter 7, para frank ", ...1 1 %  %  A~„ tl... aph 7) where he indicates that Maccabee "celebrated the iteration of the sacrifices of Temple for eight days." He nts out in the same section at the Jews "were so very glad l the revival of their customs, hen after a long time of interiission, they unexpectedly had gained the freedom of their wship. they made it a law for posterity, that they keep a •tival, on account of the resfcration of their temple worship, I" eight days. And from that bme on we celebrate this festival W call u Lights." The decision to begin the obirvance with the lighting of one .andle the first evening, and addH one more each succeeding evening of the festival, was made n "t until after Josephus" time. Although the Mishna gives r**Merable s P a e for discussions pbout the observance of Purim, F*rc Is no discussion about the Manuka observance. The MishW do( s mention the Festival of ^' 8hls only in passing, but it **J not speak of any laws or Junctions for the kindling of 6 1 h,:Tps (Baba Kamma VI. The Gemara, which inter*ts the Mishna. however, offers j^SK'ns about the lighting of 1 rnp, ; ,nd in these instances y ln tne name of the Amoraim, the interpreters, without referring to the Mishna, (Shabbat 21b). It is this section of the Gemara which gives us the discussion about the procedure of kindling the lights. The Academy of Shammai taught that eight lights were to be kindled on the first night, and each succeeding night there was to be one light less until the eighth night when only one light was to be kindled. The Academy, of Hillel, however, taught that only one light is to be kindled! on the first night, and an addi-j tional light was to be kindled on each succeeding night until there would be eight lights ablaze on the eighth and final night of the festival. As is known, the Rabbis accepted the doctrines of the House of Hillel. There are indications that Chanuka lights were not popular with the Tanaim, the teachers of the Mishna. hence' they were not eager to discuss it. The greatest opponent of Chanuka was Rabbi j Judah the Prince, compiler and! editor of the Mishnah. He sought in general to bring about cordial I relations between the Jews and the Romans. Had it depended entirely upon him. he miglii even have abolished Tisha B'Ab and| Puiim. However, these historic' days were too popular with the Jews to be eradicated from their hi arts and from their observance. Moshe Sofer, the noted German-Hungarian Rabbi, has observed that Judah the Prince who traced his ancestry to King David, ignored Chanuka because he was incensed at the Maccabees who had usurped the kingship that belonged to the descendants of King David. It is, however, more probable, that in his efforts to be friendly with Rome, he, looked askance at the observance of a festival which commemorated a successful Jewish rebellion against the rule of a foreign power. Ancient Tradition There is a feeling among many scholars that the Lights actually had no direct connection with the observance of Judah Maccabee's victory over the Greeks. Instead, they originated with an older festival which took place about the same time of the year and which lost its importance because of the new popularity of the Chanuka observance. This older festival had to do with fire and light. It was probably a nature festival, a sort of semi-holiday with a pagan background that was tied in not with the official Jewish religion but with folk belief. There are other holidays on the Jewish calendar which came about in the same manner, including the Fifteenth of Shvat and Lag B'Omer. Thus, it may be assumed that the lights in use during Chanuka were inspired in an old nature festival; that was celebrated by certain ancient Jewish sects; during that time of the year when the daysl begin to lengthen. .ul A Bara.ta in Avodah Zarahl (8b) indicates the implication of such fire festival. According to, this Talmudic comment. Adam, the first, when he saw that each ( day of the week became shorten-, ed cried out Woe is to me. the world becomes dark because of I my sin. and it seems to be re turned to chaos and ruin. And rrit.3! understood that such .s the cyci 1 of the world, and therefore established eight days. The next year he also proclaimed the eight days, on which he had fasted, as holidays. He has established them to laud heaven; his des?endants however, made them holidays for the idols." It cannot be ascertained just why the Chanuka lights began to take on such an important meaning in the generation which preceded the destruction of the second Temple. There is the theory that it came as a result of the political situation of the time. Samuel Krauss, the noted Jewish scholar and philologist, expressed the conjecture that this happened during the reign of Herod. Herod probably would not allow the celebration of the Maccabean victory, but would permit the observance of the old folk custom to kindle lights at that time of the year. I One thing is quite certain. In the first generations after the second Temple was destroyed, the Chanuka lights had no ancient, : folk tradition but rather was bound up directly with the Maccabean achievements against the Hellenic military force. It was during this period that there was first introduced the idea of reciting a blessing of sanctification' over the lights. Sources for Benediction The sources for the benediction over the Chanukah tapers arc two. The initial source is the Talmud (Shabbat 23 A) where the basic benediction, "Blessed art thou O Lord our God king of the universe," is augmented with "who was sanctified and commanded us to kindle the lights of Chanuka." The second source is Masechet Soierim (Chapter 20, Halacha 6) which not only gives the text for the blessing over the lights but also gives us the original source of Haneirot Halalu, the short anthem recited following the lighting of the tapers, which declares: "We light these lights on account of the miracles, and wonders, triumphs and battles, thou performed for our fathers through thy holy priests in those days at this season. These lights are sacred throughout the eight days of Chanuka; we are not permitted to make any other use of them except watching them, in order to praise thy great name for thy miracles, thy wonders and thy triumphs." To round out the ritual of the Chanuka candle-lighting ceremony, there is the hymn, Maoz Tzur Popularly translated as Rock Of Ages, the hymn is presumed to have been written in the thirteenth century by a certa,n Mordecai Chazak. who e name is found in the initial letters of the six stanzas. The keynote, and perhaps even the inspiration for writing the GREETINGS FROM LOUIS OAKEN & FAMILY (Sliced or Unshed—French white whole. Wheat Bread.) Hard Rolls. Dinner Bolls. Bagels ARNOLD'S BAKERY Superior Bakery Products Fresh Fruit Pies. Fruit Coffee Cakes Tea Cakes. Party NoT.lt... Genuine Old Fa.hion.d Rye. Corn Br..d. Pumpernickl. •Remember the address" 1757 Coral Way Ph. 83-7839 hymn, is based on the verse "Bei thou to me a rock and refuge, even a fortress of defense, to I save me." (Psalms 31.3) which j ends with the Hebrew words: L'Tzur Maoz. The hymn recalls' the redemption of Israel from' Egypt, the Babylonian Exile, | Haman's threat of extermination 1 and closes with the rescue from I the terror of the Greeks who were defeated by the Maccabees. The bright and stirring tune now so generally associated with Maoz Tzur is an adaptation from an old German folk song which was widely spread among Ger-1 man Jews as early as the middle | of the fifteenth century. By an interesting coincidence, this Ger1 man folk melody was also the first utilized by Martin Luther for his German chorals. Apresentation of the Chanuka story is given in the special prayer, Al Hanism, which is recited' as an insertion in the morning and evening prayers, as well as in the Grace after Meals, is first! mentioned in Masechet Soferim (Chapter 20. Halacha 8). The great accomplishments of Mattathisa and his sons are related there in simple but effective language. However, the liehts are mentioned without reference to the miracle associated with them. They are kindled, says the prayer, because at the time when the Jews cleansed the Temple and re-instituted the regular Temple service, they kindled lights in the courts of the sanctuary. Another segment added to the regular daily liturgy during the week of Chanuka is the recital of Hallel, consisting of Psalms 1 113-118. The Hallel is also re-j cited on Passover, Shabuot. Suecot and New Moon. This is added to the morning service following the Eighteen Benedictions (The Shmoneh Esrei). Another addition to the service is Psalm 30, appropriately chosen because it begins with the words "a song for the dedication of the house." (Mizmor Shir Chanukat Habayit). In some Congregations, there; are special Yotzerot, but these are recited in few Synagogues. Two scrolls are taken out of the Sabbath of Chanuka. In the first, the regular weekly Sidra is read. The Maftir reading is from the second scroll, and although it refers to the completion of the Tabernacle by Moses in the desert, it is a most appropriate reading to connect it with the re-dedication of the Temple in Jerusalem by Judah Maccabee. This reading is from Numberg, Chapter 7 (verses 1-17). The Haftorah, or reading from the prophets, is from Zechariah, Chapter 2, verses 14-17, Chapter 3, verses 1-10 and Chapter 4, verses 1-7. This is the famous scriptural reading of the vision of the candlestick, and again it it appropriate on Chanuka because it gives a description of the appurtences for the Temple built by King Solomon. Custom Lost Place One. custom which was indeed significant of Chanuka but somehow has lost its place in the liturgy of the festival, was the reading of Megilat Hachashmonaim, (The Scroll of the Hasmoneans). Also known as Megilat Antiochus. (The Scroll of Antiochus), this scroll was read during the Middle Ages on Chanuka as the Book of Esther is read on Purim, Although, as mentioned, the custom has died out. it is still part of the liturgy of the Yemenite Jews. Although the liturgical literature of Chanuka is not abundant and its ritual is not rich, except for the candle lighting ceremony, the Feast of Lights has come down through Jewish history as one of the more popular holidays. In the past two or three generations, since the Zionist movement, the importance of Chanuka has increased in Jewish life. With the establishment of the State of Israel, the modern Chalutzim are being hailed as the counterparts of the Hasmoneans of old. Today, more than ever, Chanuka, like all the other inspiring days of celebrations on the Jewish calendar, gives Jews something of that same courage, hope and faith which has made Israel an Eternal People. GREETINGS COTTAGE INN "CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH" Quality Quantity Reasonable 2235 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 3-8470 ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 & 82-2007 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING



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DAY. DECEMBER 12, 1952 ^JfrrffftftahMftyr PAGE 7B ^ %. \i %  %  A ^ of modern dance as taught each week at the Town Branch. Greater Miami lewis amum.y Center, was demonstrated by the above members of the class as a forXe oMhe te's Annual Meeting last Tuesday rnght. The dancers are from left to righT iirst ow ;:,^r Y ^me a t tle^ m r G lasser S oni Green -**-* 8-3 iTiB? fthim* tionor rand CMet In Di'cfniber 17th, at 8 p.m., I Lmy Anderson, Grand Chief *ie Pythian Sisters of the State Florida, will make her official .. to Roosevelt Temple No. 33. Irs. Anderson is a resident of pit. Florida, and has dual tabership in the South Miami hian Tnnple. She joined the hian order 25 years ago. he will also be entertained by Iroup of the sisters and MEC. 1.1, wis J Brooks on that day bnchenn in Burdine's Tearoom then Dinner at the Pentagon. lie evening prog|am will be |tnn and presented under the Ktum ol Mrs. H. Shirley k -.._ lli Dancers Slated For ide Auditorium Soon Dancer of Bali will come to Dade County Auditorium on urday and Sunday evenings, Juary 3rd and 4th. he dancers will be accompanby the Gamelan Orchestra er the direction of Anak (ing Gde Ngurah Manders. ceeds are for the University iliami Symphony Fund. GMJCC Hears Theater Talk "Where Is The American Theatre Heading, will be the subject of a talk to be delivered by Professor Sam Hirsch, of the University of Miami Drama Department, as the second in its series of programs offered by the Libera] Aits Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The event will take place at the Center's Town Branch on Thursday, December 18th. 8:30 p.m. Professor Hirsch will analyze the growth of the American theatre during three distinct periods. He will also discuss the crossroads which the theatre is facing during the present period and indicate trends for the future. Refreshments will be served at the close of the evening, and the hostess will be Mrs. Joseph Nevel, representing the Planning Committee for these programs. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM Ot HUT CONVALUCENCI AMOOa WCUJU u •"'.! To TCOVMTT >RIO*J STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK SOUTH MIAMI'S M08T BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY Pre-derelopmen! prices at this time 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 MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND LARGEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 5-2100 or 5-5844 24-HOUR SERVICE N£ OF AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL FUNERAL HOMES 1850 ALTON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH C. W. HEARD. Funeral Director Cardiac Chapter To Hold Dinner-Dance Sunday The Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital will hold its Annual DinnerDance on Sunday evening, December 14th, at the Casablanca Hotel. Mrs. Jess Glance and Mrs. Elsie Sega] are chairmen of the affair. Let WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvros Made to Order Rental of CHINA %  SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS •3-1986 JACK & TILL CATERERS M N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. by the HEBREW ACADEMY at 10:45 11 a.m. "Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) Sundays 10-11 A.M. Produced and Directed by Cassel Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel At The GUIDE TO THE PERPLEXED A Program for the Entire Community Tuesday Book Review The House In Between, a novel by Howard Spring, will be reviewed at the Tuesday Review of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah at Temple Beth Sholom on Tuesday, December 16th, 1 p.m. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein is book reviewer. Chairman is Mrs. Morns Aim rt. toP* V ovyou MANISCHEWI chicken soup Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand •FAMOUS SINCE 1137 then Compare TETLET TEA with any other brand firMM! If THI IAMBS OF MANIiCHIWITZ MATZO Complete and JbependaMe offle Service M IAMI TITLC QJystmct Ca t 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE! Title Insurance Pelidea of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 3-1892 'Dade'TedeJiat accounts opened or funds added to accounts by the 10 th of the month will begin EARNING from the 1 st STOP WISHING...START HAVING! Open Your Dade Federal Savings Account NOW! Your SAVING S her* ore I NSURED up to $10,000 by th* Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Vour SAVING S hare will EARN liberal dividends for you twice a year at the current rat* of PfNUM MAIN OFFICE 4S H.I. 1st Avtnue JOSIFM M. UPTON, Pmidnl ALLAPATTAH MANCM 13*4 N.W. Mid Street Both offices of Dade Federal are open weekdays from 9 A.M. to j p.M S aturdays until 12 Noon ... and the Allapattah Branch Is open each Friday evening until 8 P.M. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 43 MILLION DOLLARS



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PAGE 8 B %  pJmi&tficrHkMi Greater Miami's RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY JZzzJSSL HIALEAH-MIAM1 SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services fit 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo Heim officiating, assisted by the Center Choir. Guest speaker will be Bernard Furman, of Miami Beach, who will discuss: Is World Jewry Responsible For The Trials In Prague. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following in honor of their birthdays. Mrs. Gelvan will bless the candles. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Reverend Heim discussing the Weekly Portion. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., honoring Human Rights Sabbath and the Chanuka Festival. The Confirmation Class of 5711 will present The Original Declaration Of Human Rights, Agudath laraal-MOM i; an ".* tbodox. ..: %  • Ttll W Miami Ue.uh ; Beth Oavid RM.I Max Shapiro. r,nrvtlv, I:J BW 3rd Ave Miami Saturday morning services are ,** £,'_,,,. shmar) h u swir.ky. Orat 9 a.m.. with Junior congregation services at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. followed by a class in Torah study and Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7 a.m. • • • 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: World's Debt To The Maccabees. Mitchel Reiner will conduct the service Mincha is at 4:45 p.m.. followed bv Shaloa Seudos with Sol Weiss thodox. MM S\V 17th A"*., Miami Btth Jacob—Rahbl Mowi MwhHofr orthodox. 301-311 Wash Ave. Mil Bath Shotem Kst.ro I..n Krnnlan. Liberal. 4144 (Tuse Ave MB. Bath Tfilah—Rabbi Jom-ph Raokovsky. Orthodox. MS Kuchd Ace Miami Beach. _, ... Ceral Gablaa— lUbhl Morris Skop. Liberal. 3*0 Palermo Ave. C Gables. Downtown Synageflu* Oith-wl.-x. 13J KW 3rd Ave .Miami. Flafller-Oranada *M NW jlut P.a.e. HsbAw Academy Rabbi Alexander Oroaa, orthodox. 1 th St.. M.B_ H.aleahMiami Spr.nga Reverend Law II"'i -' %  I4ih AJJ., Hlaleah. Hollywood —Rabbi Jamli Honlc, C on M l m iW. 2"3 P"lk St. Hollywood Israelite Center — Rabbi Abraham fact,: Conservative. SIS SW Itth Ter. Miami. m Kneaeth Israel—Rabbi Abraham Cas•el. Orthodox. MIS Kurlld Ave. MUtni Reach as host Maariv will conclude the Miami Beach—rUBM Jrrtng .Lehrman. Sabbath observance. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m.. and at 5 p.m. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening marking the anniversary of the services at 5:15 p.m Saturday UN Universal Declaration. Saturday morning services are at Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. MB Miami Hebrew School—Rabbi Simon April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave Miami. Mont.cello Park — Reverend Jacob Kate. l4th Street and NE 11th A\.riU'\ \rth Miami Bea'h North Oade—Ritbbl Harry KMinaer. Conservative. 133fl W. Dixie Hlhway. North Miami North Shora—Rabbi Mayer Abramowltr. i"ons.-rvative. SI0 TT.th St Miami Reach Temple laraal—Pr Joseph Narot. Reform. 1ST KB K'th SI Miami. Tifereth Israel — S.100 N Miami Ave. Miami morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky 10:45 a.m., with Rabbi Leon j will officiate and discuss: ApKronish and Cantor Samuel KelI preciation. At 4 p.m.. the Rabbi emer officiating. The Bar Mitzwill speak on the Weekly Por{west" Miami Rabbi Alfred Wurman, vah of Richard McKible Jacobs, tion Mincha is at 4:30 p.m fol-! •*•*• %  T -" sw 17ln SI Of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jac-' lowed by Shalos Seudos and obs. will take place at that time, j Maariv Daily services are at • • • 7 30 a.m. and at 5:15 p.m. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER wilt hold Friday evening NORTH SHORE JEWISH it 5 13 p.m. Late BtrvCENTER will hold Friday evenlew are at 8:30 pjTl when the ika F. stival will be ushered in. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will < .'::c -ted by chlldn :. the Religious Sen sol. Subject of -. The : Of Chanuka. Paring services at 8:15 p.m.. and will be dedicated to Chanuka with thi Center Choir rendering special festival songs. Rabbi Mayei Abramowitz will discuss: A Candle In The Window. Cantor Edward Klein will chant the musill be hosts ical portion of the liturgy. Satthe Oneg Shabbat following.' urday morning services are at %  — j 8:45 a.m.. when Rabbi Abramo_, .. .1/ will discuss His Hearth I.IMK Laxatives A: ; H t —finds amazing relief MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL -I (ave had great success with AND CONGREGATION will hold ALL-BRAN," write.Paterson. N. J., Friday evening service at 5 p.m. rr.an. "After years of constipation, SatUJ I rning lervi ) am row regular. Thanks to my V4 8:30 am.. ,.t which time the Bar cm if ALL-BRAN every day '."It you Mitzvah of Lawrence, ion of Mr suffer from irregularity due to lack and Mrs Archie Coulton. will <'f dietary bulk, try a bowlful of this tasty cereal every night before l*d...it may bring back the youthful regularity you thought long lost, ALL-BRAN is the only type ;eady-to-eat cereal that supplies all the bulk you may need. 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A reception and the singing of Chanuka songs will follow the service. • a • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening .-rvices at sundown. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating and discussing: The Golems Of Prague. 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 ShalM Seudos. Junior services are at 10 a.m.. in Yeshiv a Hall. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 i MIAMI BEACH JEWISH p.m. Saturday morning wrvicei CENTER will hold Friday evenare at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Alex| ing se: vices at 8:30 p.m., with andei Grow officiating and disj Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiatcussing: The Spirit Versus The in and assisted by Cantor David Sword. Cantor Jacob Tambor Silverman. Subject of the Rabwill render the musical portion bis discourse is scheduled as: of the liturgy and conduct the Welcome Chanuka — Feast Of Saturday afternoon class in Litj Light And Joy. Saturday morn' urgical Music. Rabbi Gross will | ing services are at 9 a.m.. when [ continue* his afternoon sessions Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the with the Post-Graduate Student' Weeklv Portion. The Bar Mitzpiscuaaion Group. An Oneg! vah of Norman, son of Mr. and Shabbat for children is schedulj Mrs. Albert Broad, will take ed at 3 p.m.. and will be under' place at that time. An afternoon the supervision of Mrs. AlexandBible class is scheduled for 4 | ei Gross Carolyn Gray, honor-1 p.m, followed bv Mincha and Listen to Schacter's JEWISH RADIO HOUR Three Times WeeklySunday—2 3 p.m. Wednesday & Friday—11:15 a.m. WMBM — 800 on Your Dial SPECIAL FEATURE THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER The Most Interesting Radio Personality Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator Shafts Seudos. Daily services ( are at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 p.m. • • • BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate, assisted by the Student Choir under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Subject of a discourse by the Rabbi honoring the Chanuka Festival will be: Heroes Of Our Destiny. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mintzer. Students of the Religious School will present a Chanuka program at that time under the direction of Mrs. Donnerstag and Ronnie Hyman. Floral offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Lazar in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Jeffrey, scheduled for Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Student services are at 10:30 a.m. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION wilt hold early Friday evening services at 4:45 p.m. Late services are at 8:15 p.m.. when Rabbi Abraham Cassel and Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate. Subject of a discourse to be delivered by the Rabbi is scheduled as: Modern Maccabees. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 4:45 p.m. e • • THE ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. The series of late Friday services will be inaugurated at 8:30 p.m., with Hy Morris, Center president, officiating, and Cantor Ben Katz rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will follow under the auspices of the State Department Ladies' Auxiliary to the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Rose Chanin. national president of the Auxiliary. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Abraham Sachs will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 9:30 a.m. • a • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Friday at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. We Can Learn A Lesson From Chanuka. will be the topic of the evening's sermon chosen by Arthur Deutsch. chairman of the Religious Committee. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and will be followed by a Kiddush. A prayer for the recovery of Murray Barson, who underwent a serious operation, was offered at last Friday's services. • • • HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Jacob Honig officiating and discussing: The Chanuka Theme. Guest cantor Joseph Malek will render the musical j portions of the service. Kiddush! will be recited by Billy Kahn,' son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael • Kahn. An On*. TT? 3 follow Saturn,? m Shibb ices are at 9.30 arr 0rn ; Haalman off lna lng ces are at 9 arn u,u l CORAL CABLES „ CENTER w,l, heiJJ mg services at 8:15 7' ,n f ^ inning of J. j act,v,t,es ,n commemor at J the Festival of Ug^ Morns A. 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PAGE 10 B +Je*ist tlcridiiftr Samuel Friedland Named Chairman of Jewish Theological Seminary Conference JIE^ECEMBER n Samuel Friedland, founder and chairman of the Board ol Food Fair Stores. Inc., has been appointed chairman of the National Conference of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, it was announced by Daniel G. Ross, chairman of the National Planning and Campaign Committee on behalf of the Seminary, the United Synagogue of America and the Rabbinical Assembly. The Conference. which is scheduled for Miami Beach over the weekend of February 6th through 8th, will be devoted to the Bible and its influence and importance in American democracy. It is expected upwards of 250 readers from all parts of the United States and Canada will participate. Friedland has been identified Mlvth Oarid Youth Two liorinan Cltlos Claim || Greet Chanaka i • nbach a a
  • f Sprenger, Museum of Darmstadt. Now the which is noted for its collection of rare *-'v Lund tale be nullified and the Haggada be rriu,: IT'S! ?*1 GREETINGS William "BUT Reddish Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Complete Service — "With a Smile" 2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET "On the Trail" PHONE %M Samuel Friedland Womon Svhoclulo Survey MeeiiMgfl Three meetings are planned by members of the Provisional League of Women Voters, Miami Beach, for Tuesday. December 16th. at 10 a.m. Purpose of the meetings will be to study the council-manager, plan of city government such as • fists in Miami Beach. According' to Mrs Norman I Babel. League ch in the calendar | ir the : Mrs. Be:W :.• r, 3023 Prairie A %  %  .. Mrs Phil K ::513 Lake\ ew Drive; and David Bromber, 9035 NoreA venue, Biscayne Point. The schedule is p^:t of th.ber of years and is now' a member of its national Cabinet. He with the Jewish Theological' has also been chairman of the Seminary of America for a num! Miami Beach Friends of the Sem* I inary. Active in civic and philanthropic affairs. Friedland. a fallow of Brandeis University, isi now president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and vice president of Mount Sinai Hospltal. Ross also indicated that Rabbi' Irving Lehrman will serve as CO! chairman of the Conference. TO ALL GREETINGS John If. Kvid BUILDERS OF SMALL BOATS REPAIRS 4101 AURORA STREET Phone 48-4123 "THE CORNED BEEF KING" Charlie's Air 0 onditiont?A MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT CHARLES FRIEDMAN. Proprietor Phone 82-9111 219S N. W. 12th Avenue Miaml ^ GREETINGS BAY-BEE DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE "Greater Miami's First" AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR DIAPERS It BABY CLOTHES 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue PhoM ,. w ABC Network Features New Chanuka Song The Maccabees, a new Chanuka song, will be presented over the ABC network on Sunday morning, December 14th, at 10 a.m. W rds are by Louis A. GoodD an, of Tampa. Florida, with Your Town Survey of Ml| music by Mrs. David Safier. also Be h, Mrs Babel said I ramps TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA MARIO HAIRDRESSER Hair Stylist 537 LINCOLN ROAD — Phone 5-3481 553 41st STREET — Phone 5-6900 Branches at the Algiers — Casablanca Lombardy — Sherry Frontenac MIAMI BEACH abyoardbow! .IT* __ I' i ITS •*uroooa 0 FKEZCS ICC CVMS! rrs A rarfMU IMI .wmtvouroo*.TOOi WOLPERT FEATURES 'Xationallu Advertised th amis" • KROEHLER Living Room Furniture • GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances • SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs • MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet • LANE Cedar Chests • CARRIER Air Conditioning ^WOLPER-TS Help You Make Your House a Home WOLPERT FURNITURE CO 1200 CORAL WAY AT "FIVB POINTS Serve right Irom your easy chair! Wonderful lor TV! Want ice. a cold drink, a snack? Reach out from your easy chair open the sleek cabinet-help yourself! If, the clever new way to serve your guests! You just plug it in! Permanently silent Ar?" n !L! y,tem carriea 5 -y ear warranty. Z ?tP?T* a to 23 volu Mahogany finish. Blond or white at m slight extra cost. Leg, $|/l|]50 or caster, optional. A^*J "iltectec •EE THC NEW £to& "ELECTRIC WONDCRBAR%  TODAY AT — IT I ITI l im SaUMT AS A MOONBEAM! •CAtM*"*"* Child soda,, misers, A real step sever in keac, aMK**i 5mifl "**!*_, uruin cuHow"* Sereral Floor Models SpeeinUu Prired For Qmlrk VAraramee Come in and nee thorn at 101 W. Flagler St. MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, %  ONE OF THE SOUTH'S OLDEST AND LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS 101 W. Flaaler Street g^ RW> 73rd Strett Phone 3-4645 MIAML FLORIDA Phone 84-0671



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    ^v DECEMBER 12, 1952 Lawrence Coulton hrrencc Coulton To [ad Weekly Portion %  wrence Allan, son of Mr. [Mrs. Archie Coulton. 620 SW 1. will become Bar zv.-ih during Saturday mornjervices of the Miami Hehv School and Congregation fcrrow, December 13th. fhc BuiMitzvah will conduct i entire service, read the Porof the Week and address CongregatioOi Rabbi Simon \i\ will respond. cond vice president of the lior Congregation, Lawrence an is in the 8th grade at Shenoah Junior High School, ere he plays violin with the hestra. i Kiddush will follow the cerony at which the Bar Mitzk's parents will be hosts. Personally Speaking Visiting Miami from Newark New Jersey, and here to attend the wedding of Miss Dorothy Pepper are Mrs. Gideon Rimon and daughter, Beth. Mrs. Rimon is the former Esther (Chickie) Cohen, spending the short stay with her parents, Mr, and Mrs Bernard Cohen, 1711 SW 19th Street. Mrs. and Mrs. Gerald P Solt7 of 511 SW 7th Court, and Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Finkelstein, of 716 SW 51st Avenue, will sail today on the SS Nuevo Dominicano to spend a weekend in Nassau ft Off to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthai, of 1530 SW 1st Avenue, where they will visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Vatz, and greet their newly arrived grandson, James Michael, born on November 28th. Mrs. Vatz is the former Phyllis (Flip) Rosenthal. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sterman, of Fayette. Alabama, former Coral Gables residents, announce the birth of their son, Robert Alan. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome E. Freehling, of 1231 SW 19th Terrace, Miami. ft ft ft Mrs. Leona Levin, of 4136 Alton Road, Miami Beach, will hold Open House on Sunday. December 14th. from 3 to 5 p.m., in honor of her daughter and son-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Goodkowsky, who were wed in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on November 18th. Mrs. Goodkowsky is the former Harriet Levin. — S^BMI&ctfbt? PAGE 5 A mnnr? ML* '^u^!,' Ci \ aim Weizmann Pr > r c Of Israel, which was a highlight of the WeizirS „ J ft"1 Wednesday night at Flaminco Park, are (sitting, left to right) Mrs. Alfred fcriZ Z 2 hm SlS '? n 1 ing l.jm j.aa 5 | 140 SW. th Street f/ N ew Children's Delight •LEMON FLAVORED YOGURT Miami Office 153 N.E. 29th St^ Phone 82-4731 0S> % 



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    PAGE 12 B *AM/W fhri(Utr raTOA^DECE^^ MR. and MRS. HERMAN GOLDBERGER of the >oi*muiiIAIMI\\\(i:. I ii < •orporated SASH AND SCREEN SERVICE ALLEN L. PARRISH. Manager 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone 82-7531 TO ALL A MO-ST HAPPY WHITMORE ELECTRIC CO. No Job Too Large or Too Small Licensed and Insured 806 LANGFORD BLDG. PHONE 82-5744 BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS City I a II mil-\ Im. 2160 N. W. 1st COURT \'\v I ri'iii-li lion sol 4 II-.-IIMTS A I .in m li > Quality — Plui Service Branch Stores All Over Dade County 99 S.W. 7th Street 6131 N.W. 32nd Ave. (Cor 62nd St.) A HAPPY CHANUKA MURPHY & MILLS Corporation PIT ROCK—3-4 ROCK—SCREENINGS FILL—PEA ROCK MASON SAND 2601 N. W. 75th Street Phone 89-2521 PALMER'S SUPPLY CO. Division of Palmer's Roofing Company. Inc.. Miami. Florida 1729 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE PHONES: 3-6244 and 3-6243 Everything In Roofing and Sheet Metal BARRONS "SELFACTION" Lcakproof and Pressuroproof Ventilators and Skylights Roll Roofing, Composition Shingles. Asphalt-Pitch, Plastic Cement Asbestos Shingles — Siding Roofing Tile of Clay and Cement II \>ILM>. INC. EVERYTHING GENERAL ELECTRIC "IF G.E. MAKES IT WE HAVE ITONE DAY RADIO SERVICE 264 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-7660 | REDEDICATION Continued from Pmge II B pennies. During tli.it week, too. "cheder," the old-time Hebrew school, was in session only a hallI day. instead of the ordinary all' day ar.l evening sessions, and the I stern discipline under which the Hebrew teacher held the children was greatly relaxed. Young Yeshiva students of the Talmud would, during this week, indulge in all sorts of pranks and levity, would propound riddles to each other and would generally discard the sombre mien they carried all year round at the theological seminary. Here are some interesting facts ,: 'lit fhanuka rituals and custonw ih festival begins on the evening of the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev. AM persons must either themselves light the candles or be present at the candle-lighting by someone else. The candles are inserted in the Menniah from right to left, but lit in reverse order. One additional candle, called the "shammes" is used for lighting the others. As long as the candle lights are burning during the evening, all work is forbidden. The name Maccabbee is supposed to be derived from the j same Hebrew word meaning hammer. Another theory, however, holds that it is derived from the initials of Mi Kamoha Ba'elim Jehovah: Who Is Like Unto thee, Jehovah? The two most celebrated Chanuka hymns are Maoz Tsur. whose author lived in the 13th century, and Haneroth Halahu. Many Chanuka songs, for children as well as adults, have been written and are often sung during the Chanuka week. There are a few Chanuka dances, and plays on the theme of Maccabean heroism are performed during the week. There are different Chanuka traditions in different countries. Melamdim among the Sephardic Jews have in the past led their pupils to the homes of the wealthy, asking for a different kind of food at each stopping place. Jewish housewives would give the visitors fruit, wine, cakes, raisins and other sweets. These would be taken to the Synagogue where teacher and pupils would hold a party. Some Sephardic communities still continue the custom of masquerading in the streets during Chanuka week, as Jews in Eastern Europe would masquerade on Purim. This custom among the Sephardim goes back more than 200 years, being mentioned in a book published in Smyrna, Turkey, as early as 1731, a book that was probably written by followers of the false Messiah, Sabbatai Zevi. In Israel. Sephardic Jews visit the grave of Simeon the Just during Chanuka week. Cabbalists stay up all night reading the mystic Zohar. In Israel today, the Chanuka celebration is generally much more different and more joyous than it is anywhere in the Diaspora. In Tel Aviv, Jews gather near the highwater tower where the mayor lights the one candle on the first night. The city is then filled with visitors from every corner of the land. School children form in lines, each child carrying a candle in its hand, and march through the streets. At the head of each group marches a band which plays Hebrew songs. Toward sunset, the Chanuka lamp of the municipality is placed high up on the water tower and can be seen tot miles away There is also the custom in tend to go during the Chanuka week on a pilgrimage to the town of Nodin, a small, forsaken village where the Hasmonean family, the leaders of the Maccabean revolt lived. On the way from Tel Aviv to Modin, one passes Lydda, the modern airport, which the Arabs believe is the burial place of Judas Maccabeus and his brothers. TO ALL GREETING* YObR FAVORITE EATING SPOT FOR M NOW OPEN VEAR, ALPERT'S SERVING BREAKFAST — LUNCH DINMrAIR CONDITIONED —J OCEAN DRIVE* JJ TO A£E #-1c f; i; r i v #. s HAROLD A. 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    I %  yy Y HrT, %  *\ t y DECEMBER 12, 1952 -JewlstinrwM*** HOLIDAY GREETINGS aigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. |264 Giralda Aronue 1HONE 4-40 14 CORAL GABLES iSON'S GREETINGS I tola Jones wen For All Occaaiona DELIVERY Flowers—Potted Plants ages—Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties) 1910 S. W. 8th Street 790 — Phones — 2-5384 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY )RIDA FUEL OIL ma N. w. 73rd Street Phone BS-1SS1 The Jews Of Holland GREETINGS erican Pharmacy, Inc. IE. 2nd Are. Ph. 3-4885 iall 8 Drug Store |N. W. 62nd St Ph.7-1202 rion Drug Store Coral Way Ph4-7821 ioor Pharmacy IN.E. 2nd Are. Ph. 7-2011 Bird Pharmacy 5725 Bird Road TO ALL GREETINGS Hush Hstributing Co. T. T. BUSH PHONOGRAPHS 286 N.W. 29th Street Phone 3-4623 IUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. SO West Flagler Street TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS pARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 K. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2281 GREETINGS [Pete's Ornamental Iron Shop Nesl Ruling, DOOM Grills I Wel iin and Blscksmithlng .^ S.W. 57th AVENUE "lAMl 44. FLORIDA A. Johnson The House of Rembrandt or Rembrandthuis in Amsterdam is at number 4 Jodenbreestraat. Asi the name implies it is in the Jew-! ish quarter of the city and it was I in this typically seventeenth centj ury Dutch house with the color-1 ful wooden shutters that the great painter lived during the years! 1639 to 1658. Today it is a museum containing the engravings and 1 drawings of the master. It was here during the 19 years of his residence that his work came under the influence of the Old Testament, Asiastic art and Hebraism. To the lover of art and the traveller, these are interesting facts, as part of the background which molded this genius, but to one who is Jewish, there is a fascination in the though that here in this district, Rembrandt found the models for some of his great paintings that continue to live for posterity in the museums of the world, among them Rabbis in orthodox dress, and his Biblical characters, reflecting as they do the quiet sadness and spiritual refinement of a particular quality. Today the sight of the Jewish quarter of Amsterdam is a bleak one. Continuing down the Jodenbreestraat, one comes upon the Synagogue of the Portugese Jews, built in 1676. It is a large square building set towards the back of a rectangular courtyard. This synagogue, still lit by candlelight, stands empty today, its rows of prayer benches deserted by its former 1500 worshippers. Now, in order to gather a "minyan," it is with the aid of the Ashkenazi Synagogue across the way, and at the most, about 50 people attend the Sabbath services. Flourished Before Hitler In 1933, there were about 120,000 Jews in Holland. By the time Hitler invaded the country, the number had been increased by 20,000 refugees who had fled from Germany and had made Holland their second home. The Jewish community of Holland had been a flourishing one, up to this time, engaged in trades and professions, tolerated with hardly any active anti-Semitism, and although they may not have reached the highest places, there were many opportunities open to them. There were Jewish professors at the universities, Jewish judges, many prosperous Jews in the diamond trade, and there were some who even found careers in the army* To all intents and purposes, the Jews were a minority accepted as equals by their fellow citizens. Since Holland has always been a place of refuge by tradition, it stood first among liberal European countries in its acceptance of the German refugees. They in turn helped to enlarge industry and the export trades. About 85,000 Jews, including the majority of these Jewish refugees lived m Amsterdam on May 10, 1940, the day that Hitler marched his hordes into Holland. Deportations began in 1942. The Jews were identified by the yellow stars they were forced to wear; Jewish communities were blocked off with German efficiency, homes were raided and the people taken away. The height of mass deportations was reached in 1943. When the war was over and liberation came to the survivors, about 20,000 Jews remained of the Dutch Jewish community. This included about 3,000 children who survived only because they had been able to hide with Christian families, and an additional, much smaller number, who returned with their parents, or alone, from the camps. Sometimes it was the parents who entrusted their neighbors with their children hoping to save them that way. More often it was the work of the underground to make the contacts in finding homes and then to secretly spirit them away to safety, mostly in the countryside of course, hoping to keep them from the path of the oncoming Germans. The majority were placed with Orthodox Protestant and Catholic families where they were either supported by the foster parents or in other instances through funds raised by the underground movement which helped people in hiding. Sometimes parents contributed with payments towards their support in the foster homes. Older children became farmers and miners. The majority, however, were young children, many of them infants. Children Never Safe Even here in comparative safety, children who were recognized as Jewish, were caught and deported. In some cases, Dutch Nazis are known to have "given away" the secret of hidden children who were then deported to certain death. Often children had to be moved several times from one home to another. To this day, there are a few cases of children who are lost to the Jewish community because their identity is unknown. The impulse to accept these children was no doubt a generous one inspired by the spontaneous rebellion and fight against a common enemy. Naturally these children were brought under the influence of the foster home, joined in the religious worship of the family and assimilated its way of life. The very young ones accepted it as natural. Some of the older i ones did so through fear, and others out of gratitude. After the war, the effects of their experiences were manifested in various reactions according to the indii vidual child and its background, j the kind of household from j which it came, originally. When I it was over, in a few extreme cases, children were reported to have said that they hoped that their parents had died professing the "true religion," or that if they had prayed differently "it" would not have happened. These were reactions deliberately influenced by the foster parents. Children who were accepted as babies suffered traumatic experiences when reclaimed by their true parents, the first separation not being as bad as when they wece retaken from the foster parents. They had become loyal through close association in the formative years and resented the uprooting. However, on the whole, infants and very young children were able to readjust when reclaimed by their parents or the Jewish community if they had not been the victims of several transfers, fleeing from one home to another. Jewish Children Saved According to statistics as of September, 1951 — and they are about the same today — of the 3,000 children who were saved mostly by hiding, 1,000 returned to their parents; and 2,000 became the charge of the Jewish community. Of these, 280 child(Continued on Page 10C) PAGE 3C A Happy Chanuka Dubrow's Lincoln Cafeterias 330 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach Brooklyn, N. Y. SEASOHS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FR/ENDS BILLIE'S PLACE SERVING FINE FOODS 981 S.W. 8th STREET. MIAMI PHONE 9-9444 FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE 48 2080 Allied Concrete Products, Inc. 2880 S. W. 31st Avenue. Miami. Florida (One Block North of Dixie Highway) FRANK S. WUELKER. President YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS Office Phone 82-5795 Residence Phone 78-6060 W. F. McClaskey MARINE SURVEYOR — GASOLINE It DIESEL ENGINES 343 S.W. North Rivar Rriv* P. O. Box 1788 Miami. Florida Best Wishes To All For A Happy Holiday NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY HUNTINGTON BLDG. 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    PAGE 8 C Jewish DcrkMan FRIDAY, D SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER PAINTING AND DECORATING CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION 260 N.W. 34th STREET MIAMI Phone 2-3928 MEMBER 12 Jews Win Seats In Congressional Race A News Feature All ten Jewish members of the Reed's chairmanship, would deHouse of Representatives who f ( n d the McCarran-Walter Im SEASONS GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS TROPIX PAINTING COMPANY 251 N.W. 104th STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 89-6233 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Battista's Restaurant 142 S.W. 37th AVENUE MIAMI Phone 4-1962 Jane and Al Del Monico SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS RAYCO AUTO SEAT COVERS Custom Covers and Convertible Tops 8221 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI 38. FLORIDA Telephone 89-3033 sought re-election emerged 6UC. i >-tul in the recent national election campaign and will be joined by two more Jewish members in the 83rd Congress. The death of Adolph J. Sabath. dean of Congress, 48 hours after his election to his 23rd term, reduced the Jewish delegation to %  lew n the Mine number as s.it in the 82nd Congress. The eleventh member of this latter group. Representative Abraham ARibi•<>ff of Connecticut, was not a •andid.ite for the House this year. He sought election to the Senate on the Democratic ticket and went down to defeat by a margin of 31.000 votes, although he ran 81.000 votes ahead of Governor Adlai Stevenon in the state. The two new Congressmen are Samuel N. Friedel. of Baltimore, a Democrat, and Lester Holtzman, a New York attorney who is believed to be the first Jew elected to Congress from Queens County. Holtzman's election is being migration Law "against attempts |0 amend it. at least materially," when the anticipated fight against the measure opens in January. Senator Herbert H. Lehman, as a result of Representative Ribicoff's defeat in Connecticut, will remain as the only Jew in the Senate. His term runs until 1956, and he has indicated in campaign speeches that he will not seek reelection then. The Jewish delegation in the lower House will be composed of Arthur G. Klein. Emanuel Celler, elected Attorney-General of Massachusetts. In. Connecticut, where General Eisenhower swept all posts into Republican hands. Democratic Party officials i m m e diately launched a boom for Representative Ribicoff for Governor in 1954. Ribicoff, who ran over 80,000 votes ahead of the Democratic slate, was considered to have made a remarkable demonstration of vote-getting. Abraham Multer. Sidney A. Fine, challenged by his Republican opLouis B Heller, Isadore Dollinger, ponent and is subject to a re'and Lester Holtizman. Democrats, SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS R. E. FOWLER Painter and Decorator Auto Paint and Body Shop 1008 S.W. 67th Arenue. Miami. Florida Phone 87-0100 count. Representative Jacob K. Javits, of Mew York, will be the only Jewish member of the majority party in the new Congress. He holds an assignment on the Foreign Alfairs Committee of the House. Representative Emanuel Celler. also of New York, will lose his chaumanship of the House Judiciary Committee, key spot in the anticipated fight against the and Jacob K Javits, Republican, all of New York; Sidney R. Yates, Democrat of Illinois; Earl Chudoff. Democrat of Pennsylvania, and Samuel N. Friedel, Democrat, of Maryland. General Eisenhower's landslide victory caused political upsets in many states and was a decisive factor in at least ten other congressional contests in which Jewish candidates were unsuccessfulMcCarntn-Walter I m migration I ly involved, and Naturalization Act. Jewish candidates also won It was reported here that this | office in a number of local elecpost may go to Chauncey W. tions as governors and state adReed. Illinois Republican. It preJicted that the committee, under ministrations were elected in 29 states. PAUL'S RESTAURANT KNOWN FOR GOOD FOOD 142 W. Flagler Street. Miami. Florida Phone 3-9228 HAPPY CHANUKA TROUP BROS. INC. ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS PAVING, GRADING. CLEARING. EXCAVATING AND SCARIFYING PHONE 67-2541 251 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY Mailing Address: P. O. Box 168. Miami 32. Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS CORNELL COFFEE SHOP 3420 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE 59131 SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FR1EXDS CACTUS LOUNGE 2041 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI PHONE 82 9495 Alfred E. Lyon, chairman of the Board of Philip Morris and Company, WOB recently presented with an engraved silver plaque For His Inspiring Devotion To Humane Causes" by the Tobacco and Allied Trades Division of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies in New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Howard D. Cullman. chairman of the Port of New York Authority, made the presentation. More than 350 leaders of the to^ C w' n .f ,r Lco en „ ded ,he dinner in "** to Lyon and in beha ( of the 1952 S20.000.000 maintenance campaign to sup Ens 11, M 8 U l h08pi,Ql and ^'Se instiDmne, P !" M'* '* SW B Hor wilz cha !" a n ** Samuel 1^' "T? S CulIman A,tred E L Yn < !" <* Samuel J. S.lberman. of the Consolidated Cigar Corporation chairman of the Division. <-rporauon. SEASOKS GREETINGS TO ALL OL'R FRIE\DS A\D PATRO.\S TED'S GROTTO RESTAURANT FOR SPECIAL ITALIAN FOOD Visit Our Burgundy Room For Special Occasions 6970 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 86-6147 GREETINGS MILONE PLASTERING COMPANY 7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue PHONE 84-7041 VOGUE Laundf y and Clea^ p HONE 5-7489 TheBe StForLes8 Office and Plan, "25 20th Street MIAMI BEACH Ha PPY Chanuka R H. Shaddifk REALTOR Sal.. Property Manage Mortgage Loan, 2719 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone 48-2591 JEWELS S i Lva WORKS OF ART Furniture. Antique* ud CUM I INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES! 1221 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Biia | A. SCHORR. Reprewot.tr, Business Phone 58-1025 Residence Phone 5-2503 Greetings To Our Many Jewuh Frits* end Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED •2 S.W. Third Street PHONE 2 7664 GREETINGS 1 Engineer & Surveyor 241 Dade County PHONE 9-0502 HAPPY CHANUKA The Best ih. Market AHor* %  t Reasonable PricM Nathan Alexander and Ftf*| Hyman. Harry Sol of the DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Strett MIAMI. FLORIDA Res. 1756 N. W. 16th St TO ALL ... A MOST 1 CHANUKA Simpson Airf Service "One of Miami* *f* Equipped Shops 3263 N. W. 17th A* Ph. 3-2W5



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    )AY, DECEMBER 12. 1952 [th David Will Dedicate Kew Religious hool; Educators To Speak On Sunday %  Luxation of the new Beth tion; Benjamin MPVP.C „— :J „_ *Jeisti fk,,U t r PAGE 5 B Citation of the new Beth tion; Benjamin Meyers, president ld Religious School and Chaof the Bureau of Jewish Educa2625 SW 3rd Avenue, Mition; Bernard A Sterling nresi W jl] take place on Sunday dent of the Congregation Dr la ning, December 14th, at 10 h,e ceremony will include outLing educational leaders of community. Dr. H. Franklin Jliams. vice president alW Dean £ he Faculty at the University iami, and W. R. Thomas, cnntcndent-elect of schools. Be County, will be guest speaklabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual |j er of the Congregation since will deliver the main adhe program will include Df. ob HKaplan, Rabbi Emeritis femple Israel and president of Florida Rabbinical Associa|H. Cunningham, executive dilor of the Florida Conference Christians and Jews; and Louie %  del. program chairman. Jacob Sher will dedicate the Eol building, and Moe Feinj will dedicate the Chapel. tarry Gordon, president-elect IBeth David, will accept the m tvr PTA \wis Monday Bie Sisterhood of the Miami %  h Jewish Center will meet [onday afternoon, December he eight day Chanuka observf period, will be theme of the Iting. announces Mrs. Joseph Herman, president. Irs. Milton Sirkin, program Irman. has prepared a playlet [observance of the festival |ch will Icature the Mesdames kiEscort, Mrs. Samuel GinsE. Mrs Samuel Lipton, Mrs. lert E Ossip and Mrs. Samuel Mrs. Chanin Makes Official Visit Here Mrs. Rose Chanin, of South Orange, New Jersey, national president of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, addressed a joint meeting of the Miami Beach Post No. 330 and its Auxiliary last night at Temple Beth Sholom This is the first time that Mrs. Chanin made an official visit here. Chairmen of the affair were Post Commander Daniel Neal Heller and Auxiliary President Norma Koloff. Want Dm eh To Reimburse Jews THE HAGUE (WNS)—A demand that the Netherlands Government make full reimbursement of 20 million guilders paid out of Jewish assets for the construction of two Nazi concentration camps for Jews in this country was made in the Dutch Parliament this week by several deputies. A plan for completing all claims now in the courts for indemnification of Jewish property and assets confiscated by the Nazi during the occupation of Holland is now being discussed by the Netherlands Ministers of Justice and Finance. Sher Rabbi Shapiro buildings on behalf of the membership, and Sanford Schwartz, School Standard Bearer, will make the acceptance on behalf of the student body. In commemoration of the Feast of Lights, the students of the Sunday School will present a dramatic program under the direction of Miss Sylvia Milgram. The classrooms of the school building will be opened for inspection on Sunday morning at 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Temple Israel Lists Student, Men's Fetes Tomorrow evening, at 7 p.m., the Saturday morning session of the Temple Israel Religious School will gather for a special Chanuka Celebration in Kaplan Hall. The Sunday morning session of the Religious School plans a special assembly program to which parents are welcome. Wednesday evening. December 17th. will mark the third series of the Temple Israel Bridge and Canasta Tournament under the direction of Mr. Jerome E. Freehling, president of the Men's Club. Senior Juilaeans Plan i 'onclave One hundred fifty Senior Judaeans from seven Southern States are expected to gather at Jacksonville Beach from December 25th through 29th, for their Annual Winter Conclave. Representatives from 30 Senior Chapters in Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi will convene for the 5-day Annual event. Headquarters will be at the new Recreation Center Building directly on the Beach. Adult leaders expected to be present for the Conclave include Gilbert Rappaport, of Miami Beach, assistant director, and Miriam Scheinberg, Miami director. Regional executive officers who will attend include Elizabeth Simkowitz, Miami Beach, national vice president, and Committee Chairmen Myrna Bressack, Miami Beach, Israeli projects; Joe Murray, Miami Beach, contests; and Judy Shapiro, Miami, chalutziut and Israeli culture. lleaeh Young Adults Plan Social** nances The Social Committee of the Young Adult Group, Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces a Candlelight Cotillion on December 24th, and a Purim Prom as highlights of its fund raising dances. There will also be Sunday night social dances every three weeks and several Paid Up Membership Parties. Programs for the general meetings of the Young Adult Group are being planned by the new program co-chairmen, Ruthe Dixon and Burt Tumpson. The new Membership Committee will be headed by Don Marks, Ronald Fern and Elaine Krauss. Make all vour CHANUKAH FAVORITES E '" ""~X ~>'J\ taste better MANISCHEWITZ Mfeal FRYING COOKING BAKING rrsrro eec/^ev a* r*e awe*of rtf ear f WITH ?^ $,, - mm STAR Enjoy iwlft. comfortable travel on Seoboord't mod.m Streamliner!, in Pullman or reered-ieo( cooch accommodation.. Dine Itiiortly, relax In generoul logngt facilitin. fteoufered Nwr*e, Pautnoer Service Aotn. Aeademv Open House Tnesdav On Tuesday evening. December 16th, at 8 p.m., the Beth El Academy will have Open House for parents and friends. A program of Chanuka songs, recitations and Israeli dances will be presented by students. A tour of Yeshiva Hall will follow, during which their creative work will be exhibited. Dr. S. T. Swirsky will address the assembly on the theme: Oil For The Lamps Of Chanuka. Hr rtttt .ot.oni pivot, phon. ll-4.ll, o. coll In MTMXI 171 E Hoglw SI., 2M N W Avmat, Miami, or 1331 Wothington AvtmM, Mioml xh V J. HCHT. O.e.A. tWtMMatlon alM •• * THE ROUTE OF COURTEOUS SERVICE \Come this fwrjfe Ma MM ctr.fr.. lath % %  .I f rtet •'• W£*"' •?•£ •'• liqhferl Th. ipl.ndor. conv.ni.nc. .nd h ? BlUl,, y. 0 \'! CONDADO BEACH HOTEL orT.r juit th. right combin.t.on of old orld .tmo.ph.r. .nd mod.rn eor.v.n...i^ %  •' condition.d 9u.1t roo comlort.bly, gr.ciouil of .iciting ad'intur.l smi with privet* b.th .nd ho. %  • • ^•Pj ly turni.h.d. Enjoy th. d.. eed m|Mt RUBM /within bQe ytifallyU no-. c.p.dgro*" 1 '-^ f^MT Mv.t. b.*ch, >.It *.t.i pool, c.b.n.i, &f •nnis c cockt.il hour, dining, d.nting. Conv.ni.nt to i.illna, fithing, "•ding, golf .nd n* %  • lightt**!*,. Cat Show Here The Cat Fanciers, of Miami. Florida, will present their Eighth Annual Championship Cat Show at Bayfront Park Auditorium on December 13th and 14th, from 10 a.m., to 10 p.m. Some 183 cats are currently entered in the annual affair. Greetings To All PETE ADAMS SERVICE STATION STEAM CLEANING AND UNDE-RCOATING COMPLETE SI9.95 1952 N E MIAMI COURT Phone 3-9357 \ EXPERT TV [ALL MAKES PRECISION 1 EQUIPMENT MUSCLES RADIO 41 TELEVISION SERVICE PH. 9-0559 ii?; N w. _**tn_W _WfT ,M'f*M>> MIT IMff* I* m ... •41 MSCAYNi IVD,PH.2-3I6) REPAIRS



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    fewii$lh FBoridiioin Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MUME 26-Number 50 MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS ORKERS MASS ON BIG DAY ill Meet Sunday To Hear Eban, Morgenthau, Dubin^y; Canvass In Door-To-Door Campaign On the eve of National BIG Day in Greater Miami. Joseph brner, Big Day Grand Marshal and one of the largest inliducl purchasers of Bonds in the United States, yesterday ued en appeal to all persons enrolled in Big Day to rally an dilicncl 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 ons assigned him, the net result should produce one quar%  of a million dollars in bond sales in this community." preyed Mr. Cherner. "Your success on BIG Day will have a direct and positive kc! on Israel's ability to win her war of economic survival." h Day Giand Marshal Cherner told the 1,000 volunteers body assigned for their mountainous task. A last minute coverage of preparations for city-wide effort se discussed yesterday at a conference of Big Day leaders, fcluded in the Inner Council are Joseph M. Rose, Campaign airman Fred Jonas, associate chairman; Seymour Liebman, airman of the Council of Organizations. Mis. Harry Gersten. Women's Division chairman; Bernard Ink, Miami Beach co-chairman; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, [ami Beach co-chairman; Louie Bandel, Miami chairman; (d Mrs. Manuel Burstein, Miami co-chairman. Some 1,000 volunteers will visit more than 10,000 prospeci Israel Bond purchasers in a one-day mass effort, the largof its kind in the history of the city on Sunday, December lore th;in 1.000 volunteer men women throughout Greater Itmi will listen to an address (Ambassador Abba Eban of Is|el and Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. d : %  ,i] telephone network oack;-t on Sunday morning, Fred Jonas Member 14th, as they prepare 'exert their effort in an allPne-day campaign to sell Ispl Bonds on BIG Day. B 'G Dav, which will be markPwroughout the United States 1 similar campaigns, will see F of thousands of volunteer porkrrs visit the homes of their jwinbors to Ulge the purchase I as an investment I "> %  econ .my of the new Jew, I to be the largest its kind ever attempted in the history of the Jewish community of America, involving a one-day effort to mobilize millions of dollars as investment capital, local official! 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's Labor 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 NurContinued 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 any public 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. Jubilee Disc visaed IW,"" Smai Hospital Board of vESto ""' We l i| to discuss the institulednil. ,'"' An nual Jubilee schp'ed for March 5, 1953. joe Rose FP&L Display Is Tribute To Israel 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 oftered ihem up as scapegoats to divert mounting dissatisfaction and unrest in the countries behind the Iron Cuitain and it has served notice on the world that these Jews are to be sacrificed lor 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, including 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 by mounting 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 •vv-ith 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 Florida Power C; 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 centci piece 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.



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    FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1952 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME. LAW \,.TI' K IS IIKKKMY I1IVEN Ihnl ,:,,!• i-rmsiu'il. desiring t.. en, bu-iiirMH under the flctltlou* name of ... I.KVARD TELEVISION CENi 11487 N \v. TUi Avenue, MlFlorida, Intend to register said ,ih -Hi.Clerk of the Clrcujl I • ol Dale County. Klorlil.i RAYMOND C. GORIN'n CHARLB8 |{. KILLER |.\\ll. DRUCKER for Raymond C. Oorimr Uharlea It Miller i incraham lililn. Fla. :\ >--it — 1.2 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XiiTH'H IB HBREBT GIVEN that i inderalsned, de-Hiring to engage in under the fictitious name of > i UN BROS., :it B8B1 Myron Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intends i K MM said name with the Clerk of id, Circuit Court of Hade Countv Kierlda. DANIEL STERN Sole Proprietor GEORGE .T. TALIANOFF Attorney for Petitioner U Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida IS 12-19-81 — 1/2 LEG AL NOTICE NOTICE *kistrh,Hictn HBRBRT OIVEN that bualneaa under the r*i7R t0 "' LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 D NOTICE II undi Btreet, Miami %  aid name with *'" 11 Court of Dade BERICK, All, Mi, i %  at 324 Intend* Kl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154921 STEPHANIE VERCH. Plaintiff, vs. 1 All, OSCAR VBRt'H. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T" TAIL. OSCAR VERCH. defendant. l.indMedt Huatl, North Bellmore. New York You are hereby notified that a Hill .( complaint for Divorce haa been uralnat you, and you ar, r*. quired to nerve a copy of Tour AnaPleading to the Hill of Complaint on KOVNBR Ar MANNHEIMER 120 Lincoln Road, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the of the Clerk of the Circuit n oi in fore December tl, IMS; f you tall to do o. Judgment l,v defaull "ill be taken against you for lef demanded] in the hill „f 'omplalnt. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami, this 2nd day of December, ';:''"" %  i-1-.T-..i., NOT '" NA%CK? Pm ro"" Kltll^li-.;.,,.,, CORPORAT1 Plorlda corporatl l< N, By: By: NAT KIMKilMAX ";,,,„„ I'AI I. s. GOLDBERG, sit SR Secretar in • I i: B LBATHBRMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court By it. H I i.puty i-H HICK, JK. Clerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 22272 In It. K.STATE OF MAX DUHLER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE TO \l.l. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: v i Is hereby given that I have flirt my final report as Administrator .f the Estate of Max Duhi.i. deceaa"l that I have filed my Petition for Final Discharge; and that I will applv 10 .n. ..f the Judges of the County Judges Court, Dade County. Florida, %  n th.29th day of December, 1552, for Ihe approval of the same and for final .e as Administrator of th Estate ..I Max Dubler, deceased. >'• n.-.l this 19th day of November, ALBERT DITBLER, Administrator WILLIAM PALLOT Attorney lor Administrator v 'l liigr.iham Building Florida 11 -• II/S-1I-1I SHKIXKI* SPIELER *(,' %  i '."" v '' %  '. A l'l"l'-at joRoper Building Miami M, Plorlda -"• 12/r-12 -l9 N r,S^ NTV J LIDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA RK: ESTATE 0 ,-,,?* 6 -* HARRY l. WILKNSKY. NOTICE OF INTENTION To'MAKE D7SC N F0R P'NAL B Judge of Dade Countv, Plorlda for •PProval of said final re %  ? and for R !" JfeehMM a, Adrnln7ua,?l X f of s^'v'-^V,:::, HARR % %  "" %  >This 24th da) ..f Nov. mbar [952 MARY B. UII.KXSKY. Administratrix of the Bstate of HARRY, i, UII.KXSKV. RICHARD KRIEOER PINK" '"' Attorney for the Estate of Harry I. Wllensky. II M 12 :.-12-19 NOTICE SUSP* FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 8 HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE the undersigned. ""' "' oaoe Co 15-12-19-21 HARRY I. GRUBER REBECCA QRUBER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE IS ii MILDRED c \VKIXSTKIx;"u-riXsTK!V UKIX.-TKIX^ '• Attorneys for Mil 12/11-19-26 — i 2 BKRTHA KAt'FMAN ISAAC JOFFE Co-Executori ISAAC JOFFE Attorney for Kxecutors 11/28 — 12/3-12-19 IN T^SsT'SF—SY PUBLICATION i t ut E „, CIRCUIT COURT OF THE l. V no,T, H JU D'CIAL CIRCUIT OF V?^OSTJ N AND F0R DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. L,,,X-.. No '54955 CRINT I...HKZ. Plaintiff, WILLIAM MA1-IUCK UJUBB. • %  %  —Defendant, in Un U ,7.. F0R D v ORCE ,i, '',','' AM MA '"ICK LeJUBZ in.' Manhattan Avenue New York. New York You, WILLIAM MAURICE LeJUBZ, are hereby notified that a Kill of •omplalnt for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to ul'J''. '' .S Opy 8L y0 ? r Antww "'• I'leadI" he Hill of Complaint on the .laiiitiff s Attorney. OBORQB J. TAL%  i ''L, 42 f ''""'" l Road, Miami "each, Honda, and file the original Answer or l'leading In the office of the • l.rk of the circuit Court on or before the „th day of January, I9S|, 11 you rail to do so. Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of 1 omplalnt, This not ice shall l,e published once each week for four consecutive week* In THE JEWISH I LORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. i-an aia, this 3rd day of December, A.D. II I. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, (Circuit Court s.aii By R, 11. KICK, JR. Deputy Clerk. UEORGE .1. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 12 5-12-19-26 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51078 .su-'iv If ,'""|,v lven that BEN the -. Numbered 11 dated the ..in ..... ol June, A.D. I960, has filed aald Certificate In my office ...I has made Replication for tax ,, S : ."" I i accord win, iSL. I? ''' embracei the ;'V,",,'.'",. '•• % %  % %  %  • %  ;' i-;-i..-n,-. situated '".";',, .V." ,y P'orlda, to-wlt: "• HI Twelfth Street '•Firs Addition, Plat Book V-J" the City ol Miami, of Dade, State of Florida 'sin. in ,,r sai.i property under the Certificate issued was In thei ''.' %  I : J| 'V %  '•'i-emcd aooordlng ^SP^s. 1 ^ A.r? t iJ 5 .! hU ""' B B, LEATHERMAN < lei k of Circuit Court I'ade Countv, Florida fi Ircnll Court Seal) %  "—•. B X C. STERRETT. -X I.. Man,,! s County The ..-LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ouslnesi ini.i.r the fictitious nan,,. „c "'AM lAII: RUBBER PRODfCTS •' .,...., Biacayne Boulevard, .Miami. Dad.. ounty. Florida, Intends to reg;' %  said name with the Cl< '.!' .',"•' %  "" Court of Dad.c inrlda, rk of iunty a STANLEY JOBL L LE^.Nl :U ER Miami Beach, Fla. 12 5-1S-19-26 on 1982. of November, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v .,., NAME LAW NOTICE IS lilCKKIlY CIVI-.X BTA^LB. M l&tBH" Attorney for Applicants Ml Seybold Hide U' IL'-l!.-26 — 1/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of L'NITY FURNITURE A CLOTHING, .H.' 1 "/-'.' 1 ,0 r< v i t<''said n with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SIDNEY ASTLEB II/S-U-18-J A CK '" 1N, < ,;l ^TKIN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag.m bu 3!!S!." lu "'' -r the fictitious name of I.I i W< SEVEN BAR, at 843-S4S N \V %  in Avenue, .Miami. Fla Intend! to register said name with the Clerk .,f the ( iicult Court of Da|e Countv Florida. KL, BREGER MKYK S,K :EL Attorney for Appll. ant 2::.". Lincoln Road Miami Beach 11/21-28 — 12/5-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW %  NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ?, u, nesa '" r the fiititious ii., t,i.,,r S ; H"' 1 '""-^ """ 'nc), at 976 West I-mgler Stre.l. Miami. Rorida, iiii.iiiis to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of bade < ounty, Kloi Ida. EDWARD sol,. IltVINC lYI'KX Attorney for owner <2li Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 12/5-12-19-2B Holt. iWITZ. owner IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154498 HENRY F. JOHNSON, Plaintiff va, ETTA MAE JOHNSON, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ETTA MAE JOHNSON 76 Branner Avenue, Prlchard, Alabama You are hereby notified that a Isiir. of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are requlrad to serve %  copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Compl...nt on the plaintiffs attorney, RICHARD K. SHKI'ARD, 2200 West Flagler sn,,t. Miami, and file the original answer or pleading in the office .,f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lath day of December. 1952. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. IH>NK AXD ORDERED at Miami. I lorlda, this 13th day of November, A.D. 1952. B, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk II -29 18/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IN ': NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29113-B la ESTATE OF IKI.KN SCHWARTZ. Deceased All '"i editors and All Persons HavI'lalms or Demands Against Said Batata: 11 ;u and each of you. arc hereby and required to present any 1 ud demands which you, or "th. i of you, may have against the t HELEN SCHWARTZ, de'.-•I |ste of Dade County. Florida. '•• the Honorable County Judges of J'..'h County, and file the same In fflces in the tTounty Courthouse I'll, "ounty, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the m*t publication hereof. Said claims 1'i'inds to contain the legal ad'sol the claimant and to be sworn tul presented as aforesaid, or m* will he barred. "•'I' November mh. AD. 1952. ADOLPH MENDEL As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of HELEN SCHWARTZ, i. „.•! %  ,... ... Deceased. %  '' SKIM w. MAI.EK ;." Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney f or Adolph Mendel, Executor 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 CREDITORS JUDGES' COURT NOTICE TO 'N THE COUNTY IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. In i. No 2"B \ i\. E8 TATB OF H tNRY I. SCdARMAX. T AH ,. Deceased ii.' ( ., r '".' | ltora and All Persons Hav' %  ', llllls <"• Demands Agntnst Estate: v. i. uid each of you, are hereby ,. % %  and required i" pre* nt any ltb ,;'"' ''"""'"nds which you, or %  tai A'.'! 1 "• %  I|IV '' "gainst the HENRf I SUOARMAN, ,!. %  %  •"" of Dade Countv, KI.....I i ,Honorable Countv .lode.of ; "">ty, and file the same In "ier M m the County Courthouse 1 "unty, hlorlda. within eight ."""iths from the date of the or .1,. '' a,l n hereof said claims 'ids to contain the legal ad"" ilalmant and to be sworn ill I """"".'ed as aforesaid, or same ''aired. nL >V .*Sl b '2 A.D 1952. %  MtriUDK SIKIARMAN AS Administratrix C.T.A. DBN "the Estate of HENRY I. SUOARMAN. P *LLOT i, ,,._ Deceased. A, 'r'> ?of' VER ,LU)Y ''ad.. H %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29120-B In Re: ESTATE OK LOCIS HEERES, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the .state of LOUIS HEERES, deceased late of Dade Countv. 1 iorida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANToX, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the Conniy Courthouse In Dade County, Plorlda, within eight calendar months from tile date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address, of the claimant and to be sworn to and • presented as afuresaid. or same will l.e liaried See s.ciion 120 of the l!':u Probate Act. Date November 2"th, A.D. 1952 FANNIE BEERES As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of LOUIS BEERES, Deceased. ISAAC JOFI'E Attorney for Executrix 1010 Hiscayne Building Miami. Florida 11/28 — It/l-ll-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enga.-e in business under the fictitious name of ORCHIDS GALORE, at 10710 Biacayne Blvd., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cent ol Dade County, Florida. KARL STUMPI' ANNE OSWALD STEPHEN P. KES8LER Attorney for Applicants 22011 W. Hauler St. 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 an Illinois Co-Partnership By Morris s'katoff, a Partner SHELDON LELCHUK Attornev for Applicants Ml) liigr.iham llldg. 11/28 — 12/5-12-19 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 194810 HOWARD I. SPARKY, Plaintiff. vs. BETH M. SPARKY. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE •In MRS BETH M. SPAREY 744.: I'a> Street IJI Yolla CALIFORNIA You. BETH M. SPARKY, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint been filed against you, and you required to lerva a copy of Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on the plaintiff J nevs, I'INi: TAYLOR. has are vour Rill of Attnr613-616 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154667 HENDRIK JOHANNES SWARTJES. Plaintiff, vs. HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJES. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJES, Defendant c 0 Tlllle Jooley, 1456 Lexington Place, Elisabeth, New Jersey. You arc hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading In the Bill of Complaint on KOVNBR A MANNHEIMKR, 420 Lincoln Road, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before December 19, 1952: If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will lie taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AXD ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this ISth day of November, E. B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Conrt ,S '"" Bv: R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk KOVNBR & MANNHE1MER Attorney! for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/21-18 — lt/S-11 RAE WAXKR WILLIAM I. BRENNER Attorney for Applicants 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, uesiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of COSTA HOTEL AND APARTMENTS, at 6891 Bay Drive, Miami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN LIPKIND KSTELI.E LIPKIND 11/21-28 — 12/3-12 u/ffS"? 12/5-1J %  A. DBN Olynipla Building, Miami :;.'. Florida, and file the original Answer r Pleading in the office of the I lark ol the Circuit .'our. en or before the Nth f December, Utt. >" do Judgment by default taken against you for th will lief I.mil maml.il In tie )'..{l of '"'jJI'^'".",,,,,.. This notice shall be 0 ibljshed on e each weak fpi tour fcfjjf'v* ''k in THE JEWISH I ladllDlAX DONB AND ORDERED at Miami. Plorlda. tola Mth day of November, A 1: % %  K H LBATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I Wde COUBty, Florida (Circuit Court Scl; ^^ Deputy Clerk PINE A TAYLOR Attorneys for Iwnt'ff (13-616 Olympla Building Miami 32. Florida By: Richard O. Taylor 11/2J J2/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name of TI1K XooK. at 1*1 W. Flagler Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada county, Florida FRANK lioKREL JACK i: LEE HENRY NUSSENBAUM Attorne) for Applicants ii II seybold Bldg. 11 21-21 It/S-lI IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29088 In Re: ESTATE OF ANNA SKOARMAN, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may hive against the estate of ANNA SI'C.ARMAN. deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the HON. W. F. BLANTON or FRANK B. BOWLING. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Plorlda. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be worn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. !*ec Section 120 of the 1983 Probate Act. Date November 17, A.D. 1 ?r.2. UERTRPDE Sl'OARMAN. As Administratrix of the Estate of ANNA SIGARMAN. Deceased PALLOT. SILVER & Ml'LLOY Jittorneys for Administratrix 11 21 -2 12,5-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JEAN and FRANKS WEE WASH IT, at 59i2 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the .Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade .County, Florida. FRANK <;r.XSi;i.i;i ; JAY I. COHEN Attorney for Frank Uunsberg 11/21-28 — 12/.1-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SI XSilLXE TOURS AND SUNRAY Tul'RS, at 229 N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SOLAN A TRAVEL COMPANY. Inc. ELI BREGER Attorney for Applicant 23.'. Lincoln Read 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA JUICH & SYRUP CO.. at 21.". N W. 27th Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FLORIDA JUICE. INC a Florida corporation COURSHON & COURSHON Attorneys for Florida Juice,. Inc. 11'21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CERTIFIED IMPROVEMENT CO.. at Snake Creek and N. W. 2nd Ave. Miami. Fla Intend to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CARL I.t'.XDY ,v EDITH LI'NDY. his wife; MAX DRKYER & ANNA DRKYER, his wife: SAMUEL DREYER A ELIZABETH DREYER, his wife GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business underthe fictitious name of THE GIFT BOWL, at fi.".7 Lincoln Road. Miami Bea.h, Florida, intends I., legiater said name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THE FRUIT BOWL. INC. GEORGE I TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 420 Line,.in Road Miami Beach. Florida 11 :'l-.'s 12 i-12 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th Jawiah Floridlon aoBcita your legal node**. Wt> apprclat your patronage and guaraxir tM accurate gerrice at legal rate*. Phone 2-1141 lor messengor service. SEITUN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 \ IB N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI St. PLA. •:



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    PAGE 6D -JmlstHorklkui Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer of Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies 23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 70953 Off The Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN ^ IDAY -i^ Hi TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY £' Florida Builders Service. Inc. 100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami Florida %  93 "WE COVER THE EARTH' THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Cft 7614 N.E. 2nd AT*. IN HOLLYWOOD — 2015 Harrison St 130C W. Flagler S. 1680 Alton Road 1915 Ponce De Leon Bird. GREETINGS from JACK FISHMAN, President Hi JI in In I Equipment & Supply Co. ... ••,—. INCO..O.ATCO 800 N. E. First Are. • Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment and Supplies for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL •JACK .M S MM THE SURFSIDE REALTOR 9513 Harding Aveeue PHONE 86-1466 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Jack Martinez Auto Service 1800 N. W. 7th Ave. ph. 3-2941 ON THE ANTI SEMITIC FRONT Jewish defense organizations would do well to keep their eyes on Washington Americas anti%  Semites and hate peddlers are | converging on the capital in greater numbers than ever before in the belief that the current atmosphere of fear in the country is most propitious for their activities. Gerald L. K. Smith's plan to establish an anti-Semitic lobby in Washington means that the hate mongers of America have become sufficiently bold to believe that they can make the nation's capital the center of their plots and get away with it. Some weeks ago JTA's able Washington correspondent. Milton Friedman, disclosed that Smith was hatching a scheme to secure the services of a number of defeated Congressmen to promote his lobbying efforts. Since then, I learn. Smith has advised his financial backers that trie plan had passed the blue-print stage. In fact the nation's leading rabble rouser and anti-Semite has been boasting that he had "confidently" been "assured" by a number of legislators and ex-legislators that he can count on their backing and that his lobbying outfit would set up before the new Congress convenes. Swank Washington hotels seem to have plenty of rooms for Smith and his ilk while turning away people with legitimate busInesi Some six months ago this writer interviewed a number I of Jewish storekeepers in the Bronx area of New York City where Christian residents tried to Coerc Jewish storekeepers to close their stores on Good Friday.. I reported at the time that the area was a powder-keg in race relations and that many of the Jewish storekeepers were planning to move rather than being exposed to threats and possible boycott. I revisited the area last week and discovered that the situation has worsened since then. Jewish youngsters are terrorized and frequently beaten on the streets. Older folk are subjected to unprintable abuses .and there have been many instances of synagogue window smashings. In fact only last Sunday there was a meeting at which the Jewish War Veterans promised more vigilant participation. It seems the people in the neighborhood j are reluctant to make a public issue of the situation. But one : businessman has told me that he knows it for a fact that the elements who sought to foist GoodI Friday observance oa Jews last I year will try it again this year. I In the meantime some Jewish I storekeepers have already been | advised by "stray" and even reg*I ular customers that they better be closed on Christmas if they < wished to retain trade j WOMEN IN THE NEWS Should Joseph Sprinzak be, ( Tr* H-fl now • %  •



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    FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1952 TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA NEWT'S PLACE Tops — Seat Covers Good Work is Not Cheap Cheap Work is Not Good LET NEWT DO IT" 1095 N.W. 36th STREET Phone 84-7111 A Happy Holiday To All Our Friends and Patrons Irwin's Beauty Salon AIR CONDITIONED 652 N.E. 125th STREET NORTH MIAMI PHONE 7-7977 ETHEL /RW/N GREETINGS C.H.LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc.) En.bli.hed 1904 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 3-6481 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY ROME MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING CORPORATION H. SPIVAK 2027 N. Miami Are. Phone 3-2023 GREETINGS! "limps" Clark GOLF PROFESSIONAL Biltmore It Granada Course. Lesson* by Appointment, Complete line of Golfing Equipment Phone Biltmore 4-0649. 48-0610 Granada 48-9909. 4-9143 A Happy Holiday To All Ou r Friends and Patrons Fred The Fruit Shipper 538 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 5-3033 AI Israel Jewish flnr*** \n PAGE 9 D By HAROLD EIDI.IN If those glorious brothers, the r?n aC rK e S ', C0U,d return to •• n Chanuka, 1952, they would gaze in wonderment at the "miracles which have been wrought since they were last there The returned Maccabees might look out onto the same verdant Judean Hills in which they once sought refuge and from which they launched their great assault on the Greeks and the Syrians more than 21 centuries ago—driving the invaders from the soil of Israel and handing down the heritage of Chanuka. But they would also see the new modern highway that runs now from Dan to Beersheba, the giant machine cutting new tracks in the desert, the citrus groves that bloom again where there once was desert. They would hear the babel of a dozen languages, the sound of saws and hammers building, the rumble of bulldozers pushing back the frontiers. But about all of these they would have to be told. How then would they know that the "miracles" they had seen were dearly purchased with sweat and blood and the tireless faith of a people? Or would it, perhaps, be more accurate to tell them that the "miracles" came to pass because the love of liberty that spurred the Maccabees and their followers is alive in the set-, tiers and the pioneers of the newj Israel? That is the real meaning of Chanuka. It is a day on which Jews commemorate the glorious Maccabean victory and rededicate themselves anew to liberty. It is fitting that it should be so, because the word Chanuka itself ISRAEL means "dedication." Historically, Chanuka had its beginnings in the year 164 B. C, when the oil lamp in the cleansed Temple continued to burn for eight days although the supply of oil in the lamp was adequate enough only to keep it burning for a single day. Today, the lighting of the Chanuka Menorah recalls that miracle and serves to rekindle the faith and belief of Jews in the blessings of freedom. Through the ages as Jews warfc dered from land to land—leaving behind some of their own customs, adopting others from the Diaspora—with them always was the spirit and the hope of Chanuka, the dream of freedom and a homeland. A little more than four years ago, that dream became a reality. Tiny Israel conquered numerically superior, better-equipped Arab legions. And once again the invaders were driven from the soil of Israel. History had repeated itself. It was a twentieth century Chanuka. But even now the battle continues. Under the constant threat of a new round of war with Arab neighbors determined to stunt the growth of the infant country, the Israelis go forward building a haven and a home—a sanctuary of freedom—for all the unwanted Jews of the world. There is no doubt about the outcome of this battle. It, too, will be won. And if the Maccabees could return again next Chanuka, they would sec even more "miracles" —for the building of the new nation is a never-ending process. The Maccabees would be proud of their modern heirs in today's Israel. HOLIDAY GREETINGS JAMES P. STUART MARINE SUR VEYOR AND ADJUSTER 922 Ingraham Building p hon e 9-5661 TO ALL A HAPPY HOLIDAY JUDGE WALTER H. I.I 4 KII AM JUVENILE COURT A LARGE VARIETY OF ENTREES TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETE $100 DINNERS *andup A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS i Try Our Famous Whipped Cream Pies 25c CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI CRUSHED STONE CO. PRODUCER OF CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREENINGS SERVICED BY S. A. L. RY and F. E. C. RY. Facilities for Direct Loading oi Cars or Trucks 4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue, Miami P. O. Box 451, South Miami Branch PHONE 87-3411 TYLER'S RESTAURANTS ZS7 W. FLACK R 1818 N W. 36th ST. 1526 PONCF OE LEON PHONE 9-9385 PHONE 9 4171 PHONE 83-6657 -n 6 a.m. Till 2 a.m. Open 24 Hours Open 5 a.m. Till 2 a.m. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING • AIR CONDITIONED TO ALL GREETINGS AM SMAJ. HOTEL 829 N.W. 21st STREET TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2875 N.W. Lejeune Road PHONE 64-9761 Miami HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL BERNIE SEDON STAR CLEANERS & DYERS PHONE 2-2353 2343 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami. Florida Radio 'Z?\~ Dispatched GREETINGS BENCO TRADING CO. INC. 658 N.W. 44th St.. Miami. Fla. Phone 78-S2S0 PHONE 78-3C50 ETerylhing for that Gala New Years Ere Parly. America's Largest Selection and Best Values. Hat — Noisemakers — Balloons. Etc. Orders Must be Placed Early E. Boyd Wade. Florid* Rep. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY SWIFT & COMPANY Reireshingly yours Sniffs lee Cream PHONE 48-6555 A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Miami Beach Checker Cabs, Inc. 24-Hour Service U-DRIVE IT CARS • PHONE 5-3411 OLFE Established 1925 "ARMORED TRUCK SERVICEJNC. Vo Jo,< .028 • M.AM.e.HOmOA. PHONE 8.78. .-78 GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. Fhion Mart Bldg.. 127 N. W. 2nd SL Miami GREETINGS McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 9443 W. Railroad Avenue (Renuart Mill Building) MIAMI SHORES. FLORIDA FOR SALES. SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE 7-4793 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES — CUSTOMERS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA SURFSIDE LIQUORS Henry Pathman 9494 HARDING AVE. PH. 86-2397 I "lSi\ I LsH I £wscei



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    PAGE 6 B +Je*1st>nerttf9n Kennels Vie For First At Biscayne Northside Oval The first 14 nights of racing at Biscayne Kennel Club found two of the country's outstanding kennels deadlocked for first place in standings. These two, Oswald Brothers, of California, and the Cen-Tex Kennels each showed 13 wins apieoe. The Oswald outfit had also chalked up eight seconds and OIW third, while Cen-Tex listed five seconds and eight showspots. Others in the top ten at the Northside Oval were as follows: F. B. Stutz. C. H. Lovely, R. K. Hutchings, Sawbuck Kennels, J. W. Ewalt. Keith Dillon. Paul Boone and R. H. Stevenson. C. H. Lovely's red Brindle female, however, was the current track champion and seems destined to become one of the country's all-time greats. With three wins and a third out of four starts, the brilliant juvenile has FRIDAY, D Distribute ADL Book At Florida University KCEMBER Samuel C. Levenson (center! and R. William Apte (rightl newly-named chairmen of South Florida for the Medical College Campaign sponsored by Yeshiva University, go over new brochure with M. C. Billig. executive director for the South Florida Drive. Levenson and Apte also were named to the National Executive Committee of the S25.000.000 Campaign which is co-sponsored by the City of New York. Chanuka ttrings Food IMiyhts With Dromedary Cmkm Mixett And Oaten shown her fleet-footed heels to I Chanuka is here, and this year.) Chocolate-Nut Roll. Biscayne's best in recent races.; the coming of the joyous Festival The 1951 daughter of the renowned Oklahoman appears to possess all the necessary qualifications to become a truly great champion. With most of the greyhounds | at thehousewife's ffnge'rtips. baknow schooled, the test trials, which have been held nightly of Lights brings a lighter, brighter note into the Jewish kitchen. With Kosher Dromedary Cake Mixes, approved by the Union of Oithodox Jewish Congregations. just before the official races, will be cut to three night weekly, according to a recent announcement I y Presiding Judge William R. Ml I : Starting last week, schooling v/U ltdu ted on Monday. Wed.v and Friday nights. George tA*fvoe Will Head Youth Vounvil The Youth Council of the ter Miami Jewish Community Center. Town Branch, which ia composed of delegates of its • Bg< gri 'lips, recently held election of officers. Elected for a six-month term of • are: George Lefcoe, president; Eileen Duchon. vice president; Elaine Fabncant. recording secretary; Beverly Kramer, cornding secretary; Roberta Tragash, treasurer, and Gene Klein, parliamentarian. Membership Party A Membership Drive Party %  was held by the B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Sol Rappaport. 6091 SW 11th Street. In charge of reservations was Mrs. E. Fishalow. ing her family's favorite holiday makes and cookies is as easy as spinning a dreidel. Simply add milk or water -and mix. In less than four minutes from package to pan. she can have the oven any one of a score of favorite recipes made with Dromedary Mixes. As for the rest—the careful measuring, sifting and blending— Dromedary has done it beforehand with an exactness that assures ,i perfect cake ( very time. A heavenly white cake, richly fiosted and topped with traditional Dromedary Dates, a luscioua devil's food cake or aromatic fruit cake can be prepared in a matter of moments. And it's equally easy to delight youngsters with a batch of dreidel or menorah cookies, adding chopped Dromedary Dates to the batter for a touch of wholesome, natural tness they'll love. For the Chanuka table, serv. Diomedary Dates as a natural confection—actually, the candy that grows on trees. The world's choicest dates, they are picked at the very peak of delicate flavor, then pasteurized for purity. Both Dromedary Dates and the full line of Dromedary Cake Mixes are available at neighborhood food stores, along with ready-to-serve Dromedary DateNut Roll. Orange-Nut Roll and There are eight Dromedary Mixes to enjoy, plus a wonderful Dromedary Fudge and Frosting Mix that makes a rich chocolate icing for cakes in just three minutes. Important to note is that every Dromadary package bears the Kosher "U" — the guarantee of kosher quality. GLASS FOB EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE sad WINDOW GLASS rnraltur* Top*. Beveled Minors sad ResUwing Our Specialty 1A (>. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN IRV/.VG GORDON PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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By Public Demand "NEWS FROM ISRAELHAROLD SHAPIRO Guest Commentator HAROLD KANE Musical Adviser *irv w*r ro n,i Copies of The Troublemakers were this week distributed to Professors of Social Sciences at the University of Florida, according to Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The Troublemakers is the latest ADL report exposing the of anti-Semitism and bigotry. Arrangements for the distribution of the book were made by Prefesaor Samuel proctor, Department of History, University of Florida in cooperation with the Florida ADL office. 0ihf.T7 • l-.un; Tropieal Chapter Slaten Attair Mrs. Irving Laibson, president of the Tropical Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, announces a Fund Raising card party for Tuesday evening, December 16th, at the Monti Carlo Hotel, Miami Beach. The affair will be jointly held with a drive for new members, Mrs. Laibson said. Proceeds are earmarked for B'nai B'rith philanthropies. 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    ^y ( DECEMBER 12, 1952 *Jcwisti rkjridttcui (tor Kusevitsky To Appear In Jewish [tonal Fund Tribute For Dr. Weizmann Moshe Kusevitsky will appear on a Memorial Tribute ,,, to the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann on Sundav evening, DeE. 28th. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Li. uncement of the world renowned Cantor's appearance here Cade this week by Leon J. Ell, chairman of the Arrangements Lttee. Greater Miami Jewish National Fund, under whose Les the program is being %  ted. kjmmittee of Sponsors is' ftly being formed to inaugI is part in the Yaar |__ the Weizmann Forest — j jNF will soon plant in as a tribute to the first | en t of the Jewish State, |d. The JNF is also underto finance the Weizmann rial Development in Rehe explained. Idel Fisher, national execdirector of the Jewish NaFund. will outline these |to the Sponsors Committee %  dinner scheduled for the |H.tt 1 on December 28th. ng Ell in this two-fold JNF are Daniel Broad, IsiI Goldberg, Rabbi Irving ban, Fred Jonas, Mrs. Irwin Rein. Saul Askenazy, Mrs. Jaffer, Sidney Sachs and ents of the Mizrachi Wom)rganization Chapters of rr Miami, cf the Memorial Tribute, Kusevitsky, succeeded Sirota, of Warsaw, at the 28, having been selected among 200 candidates bhcut the world who came Hand to audition for the [in 1930, he made his redebut at the Salle Gaveau ris, France, and thereafter (d in Brussels, Antwerp the British Isles. recently. Cantor Kusevitir.g before capacity audithroughout the United and Canada. His tours culminated by a concert >'. rnegie Hall, New York, ar. PAGE 3B Solomon Concert IChanuka Concert will beby the Haym Solomon i Children Schools on Sun\nber 14th, 2 p.m., at en x Avenue, Miami Beach. Beach Jaycees JLead Children's Shopping Tour The Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a project known as The Christmas Shopping Tour which will raise money for underprivileged children in the Dade County area and which gives primary consideration to orphans. The Junior Chamber will then take the children shopping, so they may buy things for themselves or gifts for whomever they please. This project is sponsored nationally by the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce. The children consist of physically handicapped, dependent and delinquent youngsters throughout the county. Members of the new Jewish Youth Division, Bonds of Israel Government Campaign here, hang the posters for BIG Day as their first project. Joe Lewis (left), looks on with approval as Elain Suchman and Suzanne Covan use the Pickin' Chicken Restaurant wall as their first stop. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY DOKHORN PRODUCE 2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Phone 9-8411 Beach Center PTA Institutes Chanuka Workshop Here Mis. Theodore Hankoff, president of the Parent-Teacher Association of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces the setting up of a Chanuka Workshop last Tuesday. The Workshop is planned for parents of pupils attending the Center Religious School who received orientation on the forthcoming festival of Chanuka through a series of "learning by doing" sessions on the following subjects: The Significance And Story Of Chanuka, How To Decorate The Home For Chanuka, How To Prepare Special Foods And Goodies, Games And Songs For The Holiday, How To Make The Holiday A Red Letter One For Youngsters and Arts And Crafts For Chanuka. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the Workshop, announced the following demonstrators who took part in the program: Party Foods, Mrs. Samuel Lurie and Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz; Home Decorations Contest, Mrs. Raphael Yunes; Gift Wrapping, Mrs. Irving Firtel; Favors, Mrs. Henry Hillman and Mrs. Ira Levy; Arts and Crafts, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Luncheon chairman was Mrs. Harry Brick. Table decorations were headed by Mrs. Silvio Sermoneta. Mrs. Henry Waitzkin was in charge of arrangements, with Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz taking reservations. The program was set up by Mrs. Lehrman. sweeten your Chanukah table with VmmtbtyVate L they're pasfeurizedJ. Chicken in the Basket RESTAURANT CHICKEN — Fried to a Golden Brown (Not in deep grease) Gobs of Shoestring Potatoes, Hot Biscuits and Jug of Honey Quality — Quantity "The World's Most Famous Chicken Dish" Big Selection of Other Dinners "Try Our Stuffed Cabbage and Dumplings" 4402 N.W. 7th AVE. 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    )A y, DECEMBER 12, 1952 — Dullnrry Miss Gwynneth Wagner Islicis Mark Golden mivcrsary Here kr. and Mrs. j7 Fisher, of 1526 nigan Avenue, Miami Beach, celebrate their Golden AnJersary with relatives and tids at the Lincoln Manor on Iday. Niivember 30th. jarried in Boston, Massachusin November, 1902, they liv|in that city for some 53 years | have spent their last 20 win; on Miami Beach. It. Fisher is a real estate opjlor and insurance man. he Fishers have three marI daughters, Mrs. L. Davidoff, of Dr. Davidoff, New York [in Burgeon; Mrs. A. Pierson, of Dr. Pierson, Meriden, Imecticut; and Mrs. H. Stein, of Attorney Stein, Brook\. Massachusetts. hey also have seven granddren. fcth Fox Will Wed ft. and Mrs. Isadore Fox, of SW 24th Terrace. Miami, Brooklyn, New York, annce the wedding of their Ighter. Ruth, to Irving Scharf, %  December 25th. Rabbi Simon >il will officiate. Mr. Scharf pe nephew of Mrs. Clara Bear, Miami. | View Immigration hDonald D. Michelson, Hillel kctor at the University of Mi1 will discuss Early Jewish Migration To America at the poza Outdoor Forum tomor' afternoon. 3 p.m. The Forum )ta o n the lawn of the home [Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th fet and Ocean Co'urt, Miami %  ft Wedding Bells For Miss Wagner Soon Wedding bells will ring December 28th. at Temple Beth Sholom, for the marriage of Gwynneth Louise Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan A. Wagner, 4601 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, and Chicago, Illinois, to Leonard Snytterman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Snyderman, formerly of Harrisburg Pennsylvania, and now of Miami Miss Wagner graduated from Miami Beach High School. She was a member of the National Thespian Honor Society and Accapello Choir. She also attended the University of Miami, having been affiliated with the Cathedral Players. Th c bride-elect is now employed by the American Optical Company. Her fiance served in the Navy for two years and is now managing the Williams Resort Wear Shop for Men. Miss Wagners attendants will be Miss Harriet Pathman, maid of honor, and the Misses Harriet Barondess, Fay Brodsky, Harriet Ginsberg, Fern Hofman. Bettv Kaplan and Arlene Schokett. Best man will be Dr. Allan Jackson. Z£B*!M>Jk>rMl**> PAGE 7 A Rita Annis Will Wed Corporal Mrs. Bertha Annis, of 1831 Coral Gate Drive, Miami, announces the betrothal of her daughter, Rita, to Corporal Martin Slavney, of Madison, Wisconsin. The bride-elect is a senior at' Miami High School and expects! to graduate in June. Corporal Slavney attended the University of Wisconsin and is I presently with the United States I Marine Corp, stationed at Ooa I Locka. A definite date for the weddirfg has not been set. CAMEO %  HI ATI ii WASHINGTON AT 15th MIAMI BEACH Matinee :•;.Kv. nlng ;.•>" Starting WED.. DECEMBER 17th LEON SCHACHTER PRESENTS Yiddish Vaudeville with a cait of New York Favorites JACK RECHZEIT GITEL STEIN • JACOB ZANGEH • • ANNIE LUBIN FLORENCE WEISS Irvin Pietrack Orchestra ON SCREEN—CONTINUOUS FROM 1:45 P.M. JENNIFER JONES • DAVID FARRAR in "MY WILD HEART" YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of I^YS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at [MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Miss Marilyn Samowiiz Samowitz, Kager Betrothal Told Here Mr. and Mrs. Henry Samowitz, formerly of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and now of Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn, to Harold Tokayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tokayer, New York City. Family announcement of the betrothal was at a Thanksgiving Dinner held in the home of the bride-elect. Miss Samowitz is a B'nai B'rith leader here and an active member of IZFA. She is an evening student at the University of Miami. Associated with Young Israel in New York, Mr. Tokayer attended CCNY there and is now with the National Container Corporation. The couple plan a summer wedding. Dr. G. George Fox, distinguished Rabbi Emeritus of the South Shore Temple, Chicago, Illinois, and Mrs. Fox are vacationing at the Saxony Hotel for three weeks.' | Dr. Fox has been honored by a Citation for Eminent Citizenship from the University of Chicago, has been a member of the Executive Committee of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Governor's Inter-Racial Committee and is a weekly columnist whose Watch Tower appears in the Chicago Sentinel. Westview Club Features Damon Runyon Characters Members of the Westview Country Club will hold a dance tomorrow evening at 9 p.m. A Buffet Supper will be served at 11:30. Members of the Club will dress to portray Damon Runyon characters and to carry out the theme of a Guys and Dolls Dance. Feature attraction will be a Barbershop Quartet headed by Stanley C. Myers, who will appear as Rusty Charley. Other Runyon characters in the Quartet will be Horseface Harry, Louie de Lug and the Lemondrop Kid. Hosts at the affair will include the Harold Turks, the Irvin Korachs, the Sam Heimans and the Aaron Kanners. Teenagers will center their activities about a Bar-B-Cue Splash Party. Among those attending will be Miss Nancy Pepper, Tommy Markowitz, Miss Gale Ackerman a'ld Miss Harriet Lipton. Lowe Features Films Tight Little Island and Buma will be presented as the second in the series of film programs for members of the Lowe Gallery on Sunday at 3 p.m. DER YIDDeSHER FORUM SAT. DEC. 13th, 8:30 P.M. at Kneseth Israel 14th Place 6, Euclid Avenge Miami Beach A CHANUKA CELEBRATION CANTOR ABRAHAM SE1F Traditional & Modern Songs, Speaker: MARIM KURMAN Subject: ,-Chanuka—Past And Present"' Chanuka Readings MAX ASTOR BERYL MORRISON Hermans Cruise In Cam*bean The wedding of their daughter, Helen, to Irving R. Herman, son of Mrs. Anna Herman, 802 Euclid Avenue, is announced by Mrs. Minnie Kessler, 1310 95th Street, Bay Harbor Islands. The ceremony was performed on Sunday at Temple Beth Sholom, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Arthur Kessler. Miss Myra-Lee Levy was maid of honor. Best man for his brother-in-law was Marshall Levin. Newlywed Mrs. Herman was graduated from Bentley School, New York, and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Herman, head of the North Shore Construction Company, is a veteran of World War II. He was graduated from Morrisenia High School, New York, and attended the New York School of Industrial Art. After a cruise through the Caribbean, the couple will be at home at 8330 Crespi Boulevard. — I'llKinKlori Miss Fay Pielet U of M Students Will Wed On June 28th Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pielet of Hinsdalc, Illinois, and Sebring. Florida, announce the engagement of their daughter. Fay, to James Lowell Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, 3140 SW 13th Street, Miami. Miss Pielet is a Junior at the University of Miami. Her fiancee also attended the University of Miami, where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. He is now associated with Sid Lewis and Son in the contract furniture business. The wedding will take place in Evanston, Illinois, at the Parkway Hotel on June 28th. The young couple expect to make their home in Miami. Miss Pozeskv Weds At Parents' Home Miss Sondra Pozesky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pozesky, Hollywood. Florida, was wed to Stanley Louis Lobenstern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lobenstein. Miami, in a double ring ceremony on November 30th, at the home of her parents. Rabbi Jacob Honig, of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center, officiated. Maid of honor was Miss Laura Lobenstein. Alfred Eher was best man. A reception followed the ceremony at the bride's home, with a wedding dinner later at the Delmonico Hotel. 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    PAGE 2 B +Je*isi> fhridiar FRIDAY. Dl nivs Right To Protest Agreement MUNICH (WNS>—On a radio broadcast this week. Dr. Otto Kuester, former deputy chairman ol the German delegation to The Hague reparations negotiations, declared that the Arab states had no right to protest the German-Israeli reparations agreement, since the agreement was not a matter of paying compensation but one of demonstrating goodwill and offering Israel •satisfaction" for the wrongs done to Jews. Dr. Kuester declared that the German people had been "badly informed on the true asoects of the agreement with Israel." This situation, he warned, held the danger of antiSemitism. ^OER l< OIHMIIH Situation >lm-li Improved r'EW YORK (WNS)—The economic situation in Israel has' lately become much improved. Benjamin G. Browdy. former presilent of the Zionist Organization of America, declared on his return] from a visit to the Jewish state. 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    ty, DECEMBER 12, 1952 Jewish Fhridtian PAGE 5.C [EASON'S GREETWGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER AND HENRY'S AUTO PARTS ^038 N. W. 27th AT*. PHONE 31427 Israel's Annual Music festival a |0TT ELECTRIC,. INC, BIDENTIAL KDUSTHIAL MARINE STORES faring — Repair* Alterations of All Kinds |Q0 North Miami Avenue PHONE 3-6294 DULANEY'S (MIAMI BEACH, Inc. 00 D MARKET W. 41st St. Ph.5-6441 mothers, sisters and brothers, who had been separated by the Hitler hordes, met once again. Convening from all corners of the globe, relatives separated for years hid their tears as they embraced. Two vast oceans were By RUTH C. BROTMAN (Editor's Note: Ruth Brotman U a member of the Canadian Author's Association and Women's Press Club and now lives part-time in Florida. Slie received her Music Laureate in Montreal and teas for ten years c rossed to fulfil l dreams that a music correspondent i n Detroit I WOU u' d not be denied and so il A professional sniper she ap' S „ a Peo P Ie tnat sin gs. lives. peared with the Canadian Choir e „ l s the richest f tapesin Israels first, modern Music I Busses 'PeP'e enter JerFestwal last summer) jUsalem, singing from the fulness of their hearts and throats. Ha/ will even gainer you from |venu Sholom Alecheim. The pothe people and asseinble you |lceman on the beat, the soldier GREETINGS TO ALL TINGLE PAINT PHONE CO. 4ft 49 .W. FIRST ST. MIAMI, FLA ORAL WAY CLEANERS Coral Gables 'leaning Dress Suits. Rugs Drapes. All Work On Premises ke 4 1345 249 Coral Way (BARNES CAST STONE SHOP }62 N.W. 54th Street Phone 7-0314 Phone 5-7111 ENFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP f or Washington Ave. 409 Lincoln Road I Miami Beach. Fla. p ALL pASON S GREETINGS pHfaft Service Stations | 3 01 S.W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI. FLA. out of the countries where ye have all scattered. (Psalm CXXU) Israel added to its ever-swelling list of achievements when it presented its first Music Festival during the early part of August. Conceived with a conscientious regard for encouraging composition, study, propagation, understanding and love of the Hebrew Folk Song in Israel, as well as for strengthening the bonds between its youth and Jewish louth of the Diaspora, the Festival fundamentally aimed to provide enlightenment rather than entertairment. While in the Diaspora the idea of rallying around the Hebrew song was greeted with great enthusiasm, Israel had to overcome tremendous objective difficulties in addition to surprising indifference and lack of understanding on the part of large sections of its people. In retrospect, it appears that some of their apprehension may have been valid, for as matters stood, the Festival's management bit off a good deal more than it could chew. Israel proudly boasts of several large amphi-theatres, with seating capacities of some 40,000 persons. The one at Ramat-Gan outside of Tel Aviv, where the main concert of the Festival took place on the night of August 10th. was breath-taking as a spectacle, with scores of Israeli flags and Jewish soldiers raising them as the capacity audiences waited to hear the 27 assembled choirs from the Diaspora and the State sing. passing in the modren Jeep and the bus driver saluting and waving back with happy smiles. These are all Jews of a Jewish nation reborn and vital. Cherished forever will be the magic lilt of children we pass on the streets who join us in song as the busses roll along. Behind, the housewife comes out of the market with a poorly filled basket of food, catches the strains of our song, and suddenly her head lifts high, and her walk becomes sprightly. These were priceless moments, and all during our stay we reached deep into the hearts of the courageous Israelis with our songs. For a time at least, we forgot the hazardous journey on the SS Negbah, and felt amply repaid for the long, hard rehearsals. Some of the singers belonged to regular choirs of long standing, like the London Jewish Male SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Houlevard Floral Hardens Corsages Bouquets • Cut Flowers Fresh Flowers Daily 3031 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD. MIAMI PHONE 2-5017 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS SWEDISH MNN SMORGASBORD 1113 N.W. 79ih Street Phorvs 78-9288 To All Our Friends and Patrons HOLIDAY GREETINGS W. J. FICHT General Passenger Agsnt SEABOARD RAILROAD Choir which has many cantors, as well as trained singers in its midst, and performed in a most professional manner. Others were typified by the Canadian Choir which was organized hurriedly through the Montreal Hadassah and Zionist Organization and which, in ten short weeks But, for example, the public I o{ re hearsals — three hours evaddress system was uniformly inery n jg nt except Friday and Sunefficient. It tended to distort the da y mornings from 10 a.m. to singing, no kind of balance was 2 p.m. — came Hebrew teachers attained between amplified and and ama teur and professional unamplified voices and the first musicians to prepare forthe gifew choirs on the program were ,, an tj c event. not even heard — except perhaps A JJ members paid their own on the radio as the concert was expens es to Israel with the exbeing broadcast. Oother amphice ption 0 f the non-Jewish protheatres, where singer.; appeared f ess j on als. We were unique in later on in the Festival, gave I our leadership of the choir under evidence of hasty planning, and a Canadian Woman Conductor, there were many organizational Ethel, who directs the Montreal mishaps all along. In short, the Women's Orchestra. The choirs Festival was perhaps over-am, did not s j n g on a competitive basbitious. is. and they opened a tremendous Yet. the intentions were bright. I avenue of culture and fund-raisand its air of youthfulness was | ing possibilities for Israel, infectious. Never to be forgotten I Tne programs consiste of songs was the awe-inspiring assemblage o{ the countries they represented, of Jews from Canada. Britain, | as we n a s Hebrew melodies. The Belgium Ireland, Italy, France, Hebrew selections chosen by the Yugoslavia and the United States • SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Maru Dowlen inc. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS FRESH DAILY 312 41st STREET. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-0872 H. L. 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    DECEMBER 12, 1952 iLtoristofhrMiari PAGE S D [a Sch.ck (left), world renowned pediatrician, was honored by the College of Medicine Led by Yeshiva Umvemty at a dinner in New York on Sunday. November 23rd on tas.on of his 75th bulhday. Dr. Schick is world famous for his discovery of the Schick [determine susceptibihty to diphtheria and his pioneer work on child nutrition and in U diseases. Planners for the tribute were Samuel S. Schneierson, (seated left) Dinner r ,ee ^SE^vS 1 d member of the Board of New York's Mount Sinai Hospital; Dr. h* w '' 19 3 5 /l" 2 !. WU1 n !!v m ?^' C iP e and P h y sio 'gy (right); Dr. Murray H. Bass, tint Sinai Hospital (standing left); and Dr. Samuel Z. Levine. chief of Pediatrics Cornell rsity Medical College (right). A $25,000,000 National Campaign headed by New York attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein is now under way for the College of Medicine WASHB1SH LIQUOR STORES THREE FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU 2025 West Flagler Street 1245 S. W. 22nd Street 29 State Highway, South Miami irion Appeals To Hadassah |lOIT (JTA) — Israel Pre| jvid Bm-Gurion appealed fcsly to the Hadassah Coni here to raise the position Zionist movement in the [states as an "educational (ding factor in Jewry." In to the Convention, the Premier defined the misZionism in the following nrich the lives of Jewry |lly and spiritually with its and the teachings of the its and inclulate the whole I with Zionist truth. Bive youth a Hebrew edu|that will connect it to its past and its eternal Bibhheritance so as to be a [link with the revival of independence on its own Promote a Chalutz movenong youth and make the pourageous and adventurthe highest sense of the share personally in the rebirth of a nation and eland in many ways similhat wrought by American rs some generations ago. ^Gurion said that the imhtation of this program | for a unification of all Zi%  sections in the United without affecting the sperojects or the autonomous of each separate Zionist (He paid tribute to Hadasnedical activities in Israel, led this year with the breaking for the medical in Jerusalem. difficult period in which !." the Premier said, "calls dassah, without diminishing lesent efforts, to pioneer in fields of activity. FortunI for us, Hadassah is rich in leadership, well qualified to educate and guide, and Hadassah must play a leading role in initiating the integration and strengthening of the Zionist movement in America." Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn, of New York, was re-elected nation president of Hadassah at the concluding session of the Convention which adopted a record $9,000,000 budget for 1952-53. It was also announced that the organization had sold to date $10.000,000 worth of Israel Bonds, and that bond-selling activities would be speeded up to reach the organization's goal of $30,000,000 by 1954. Declaring that the failure of the United States to ratify the Genocide Convention of the United Nations was "inconsistent with its position of moral leadership among the free nations of the world," the Convention urged "the bringing to the floor of the Senate of the Genocide Convention for its prompt ratification." Another resolution urged Congress to appropriate sufficient funds for the Point Four program and "to technical assistance programs through th e United Nations so that economic aid will be given to building up those areas of the world whose population suffers from disease and hunger, thus removing the causes of discontent and the tendency of these people to look for panaceas to bring about a better way of life that often lead to enslavement." SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS \iewland Electric ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 2022 N.W. 95th Street, Miami Phone 89-5452 George E. Newland TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. 1853 West Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. 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    )A Y, DECEMBER 12, 1952 GREETINGS TO ALL Florida Gas Corporal ion "BLUE FLAME G A S [640C N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 89-1673 ****lsli ncrMiari HOLIDAY GREETINGS TQ ALL >.W.McCOY,lnc. REAL ESTATE In All Its Broad** 1549 S. W. 8lh Street Phone 9-2245 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS ON CHANUKA TYCOON ITACKLE SHOP. Inc. 400 S.W. 22nd Avenue TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Iliseayne Tire and Serviee TEXACO PRODUCTS LUBRICATION — OILS 1001 N.E. 1st Are. Phone 2-7227 HOLIDAY GREETINGS r<> Our Many Jewish Friend* Knd Patrons ... IY MARKS & CO. 120 N. W. 2nd Street PJ^To ye a S' SSSjfS-iS £ America for the of Mathematics at the Hebrew Uni^^u"Fraenkel Professor Israel Scout AssociaUoTas a deW ,u 1 Si tf *." SCnt here £ the to the Boy and Girl Scouts of Amenca 0 na Y Ung Judaea and and Ge^^renSr BZCVT FraCnkel Said "<* *** %  French J e / w?.h m S^ my Hfe ln the new Her eyes sparkled as she spoke enthusiastically of developments here. Of equal significance to the young delegate for Israel's ultimate stabilization are the cultural and spiritual additions currently being made to the scientific and industrial upbuilding programs. "We need these more than is popularly imagined." Miss Fraenkel said. "Our immigrant camps are now filled with shattered PAGE 11C A Jewish Floridian News Feature Europeans and Near Easterners who require a decided motivating force in the direction of selfsustaining existence." In this regard, Miss Fraenkel spoke of the importance of American Jewish participation. "Young, healthy Americans with technical and cultural backgrounds can help us immeasurably." she noted. "We do not ask that they come and live in Israel permanently, but we do hope for one and two-year sojourns in our camps, factories and schools as a means of bringing your country's vitality and hope to our land." As an aside, the young woman, who is supervisor of schools and chief scout of Jerusalem, mentioned the recent difficulties "regarding the attitude toward Jews residing outside of Israel. "I think it is an old fashioned notion," she said, "that Jews, in order to be good Jews, must migrate to Israel. Certainly, were such a supposition accepted and fulfilled, it would be disastrous for the new state. We do not have enough room for them, and besides, the concept of a good Jews depends little on the concept of Israeli citizenship." She explained anxiously that those concerned with Judaism and Israel must seek their ultimate perpetuation and fulfillment in more practical ways. "American Jews, for example," Miss Fraenkel said, "must be more considerate of their tradition and heritage. They must cherish it. become a living part of it and instill it as an integral function of the nation's youth. It is there that you frighteningly miss the boat." How can American Jewry, she wondered, expect to capture something of the hope and encouragement that are so basic to this nation's fabric when it ignores Judaism at large? "Judaism." she added, "is no social game. It is a palpable force that must ever be felt and participated in." A member of the faculty of Beth HaKeren, the Hebrew University model experimental school, Miss Fraenkel will remain in America for another year to help motivate many of this country's youth groups from which must inevitably stem, by integration, a good deal of Israel's future strength. GREETINGS i tAiisevra MOTOR INN AUTO REPAIRS Phone 2-3586 502 N. E. 2nd Avenue W. C. "Bill" LANTAFF Youx Conoreman The Winer Brothers, National Plastic Products Company, Odenton, Maryland, and Harry Levine, president of the Commonwealth Plastics Corporation, Leominster, Massachusetts, have announced the formation of the United Saran Corporation, Ltd., of Rehovoth, Israel. The newly formed corporation has been granted a license by the Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan, manufacturers of the basic material from which saran fibers are made. The granting of this license marks the beginning of a new basic industry in Israel. When completed, this will be the home of the Corporation. Machinery for it is beina shipped from the United States. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA 8 Southeastern Smelting Mfg. Co. 5420 N. W. 37th Avenue Hialeah, Florida TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Crane Tile Company EXPERT WORKMANSHIP 3492 N.W. 7th STREET PHONE 64-8742 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Sherrard* Restaurant 6742 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 86-3185 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS COMPLETE PAINTING CO. RESIDENTIAL — COMMERCIAL 19 N.E. 28th Street, Miami Phone 9-7902 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS TASTY BAKE SHOP OUR PRODUCTS ARE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY WE USE THE FINEST INGREDIENTS ONLY 620 N.W. 27th Avenue. 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    fewiislUEIliDiriidliiauD Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, !S52 SEC. D he Sabbath Its Meaning For Modern Man by Dr. Abraham J. Heschel civilization is man's conquest of space. ph frequently achieved by sacrificing an ingredient of existence, namely, time. In |j,l civilization we extend time to gain space. Ian.', our power in the world of space is our main h,. Yrt to have more does not mean to be more. U-t-r % %  %  attain in the world of space terminates' h the borderline of time. But time is the heart k [gain control of the world of space is certainly • ks. The danger begins when in gaining [ in the realm of space we forfeit all aspirations (realm of time. There is a realm of time where is i, it to have but to be, not to own but to • > control but to share, not to subdue but to .1 Life goes wrong when the control of quisition of things of space, becomes our incern. Ming of the Sabbath is to celebrate time pace. Six days a week we live under the h. thinga of space; on the Sabbath we try to £ lied to holiness in time. It is a day on Jwe a re called upon to share in what is eternal L turn from the results of creation to the nation; from the world of creation to the bn f the world. • i ..:. ...,nts to enter the holiness of the day must Ly down the profanity of clattering commerce, Jng yoked to toil. He must go away from the i, lisa mint days, from the nervousness and [: lisitiveneas and the betrayal in embezzling Jn life, He must say farewell to manual work tarn to understand that the world has already < I ,,nd will survive without the help of man. • k we wrestle with the world, wringing -.he earth; on the Sabbath we especially s.cd of eternity planted in the soul. The J has ur hands, but our soul belongs to Someone [Six days a week we seek to dominate the world. th day we try to dominate the self. 1 ol God denoted the seven'.h day: He restI i d and He hallowed the seventh day (Gen!.: To the prohibition of labor is. therefore, i ssing of delight and the accent of sanctity. bnlj Ihe hands of man celebrate the day. the lie soul keep the Sabbath. One does not I: it in the same manner in which one talks of %  Ages, the "underlying principle was that I always be absolute, and that the lov< t ;ht and act should on all occasions corresmost extreme feelings or sentiments or p ssible for a lover." [i word that is seldom said, a word for an lin -t too deep to be expressed: the love of I The word is rarely found in our literayel : r more than two thousand years the emoJtilled our songs and moods. It was as-if a whole §9 %  • in love with the seventh day. Much of >int m only be understood as an example of love • d to the extreme. As in the chivalric poetry on weekdays. Even thinking of business or labor should be avoided. • What is so luminous about a day? What is so precious to captivate the hearts? It is because the seventh day is a mine where spirit's precious metal can be found with which to construct the palace in time, a dimension in which the human is at home with the divine: a dimension in which man aspires to approach the likeness of the divine. For where shall the likeness of God be found? There is no quality that space has in common with the essence of God. There is not enough freedom on the top of the mountain: there is not enough glory in the silence of the sea. Yet the likeness of God can be found in time, which is eternity in disguise. For all the idealization, there is no danger of the idea of the Sabbath becoming a fairy-tale. With all the romantic idealization, the Sabbath remains a concrete fact, a legal institution and a social order. There is no danger of its becoming a disembodied spirit, for the spirit of the Sabbath must always be in accord with actual deeds, with definite actions and abstentions. The real and the spiritual are one, like body and soul in a living man. It is for the law to clear the path; it is for the soul to sense the spirit. To observe the Sabbath is to celebrate the coronation of a day in the spiritual wonderland of time, the air of which we inhale when we "call it a delight." Unlike the Day of Atonement, tne Sabbatn is not dedicated exclusively to spiritual goals. It is a day of U ] as well as of the body; comfort and pleasure Br e an integral part of the Sabbath observance. Man in his entirety, all his faculties must share its blessing. y pr i nce ma once sent into captivity and compelled rude and illiterate peopte. |Md bVi and h [anguished with longing I t [father, tor his.native land. On, I „ cached him in which his father p him back to the e, urging him not to ince ly manner. Great was the Joy of the .,, celebrate the day. But no S^JSi^fSSS alone. So he invited the people ', hlwal tavern and ordered ample food and drinks 5 oniem t was a sumptou. feast, and they were r n if ,,, icinthe people because of the drinks 1,11 It orinV.. ant oTpaUo.of hi, return to the pal,; e d ^ e P ScannTcei5>rate alone. J.^ f : i n,rt ke in the rejoicing of the Sabbath. betovitedtonartokewu > between the I and t "he' day. Of .he week? When a day the hours are blank, and une ,, them, they remain without km. I, in I '? '' character. The hours or the seventh clay are significant in themselves; their significance and beauty do not depend on any work, profit or progress we may achieve. They have the beauty of grandeur. Beauty of grandeur, a crown of victory, a day of rest and holiness ... a rest in love and generosity, a true and genuine rest, a rest that yields peace and serenity, tranquility and security, a perfect rest with which Thou are pleased. What does the word "Sabbath" mean? According to some it is the name of the Holy One. Since the wj>rd Shabbat is a name of God, one should not mention it in unclean places, where words of Torah should not be spoken. Some people were careful not to take it in vain. The differences between the Sabbath and all other days is not to be noticed in the physical structure of things, in their special dimension. Things do not change on that day. There is only a difference in the dimension of time, in the relation of the universe to God. The Sabbath preceded creation and the Sabbath completed creation; it is all of the spirit that the world can bear. Once a rabbi was immured by his persecutors in a eve, where not a ray i f light could reach him, so that he knew not when it was day or when it was night. Nothing tormented him so much as the thought that he was now hindered 'from celebrating the Sabbath with song and prayer, as he had been wont to do from his youth. Beside this an almost unconquerable desire to smoke caused him much pain. He worried and reproached himself" that he could not conquer this passion. All at once, he perceived that it suddenly vanished: a voice said within him: "Now it is Friday evening: For this was always the hour when my longing for that which is forbidden on the Sabbath regularly left me." Joyfully he rose up and with loud voice thanked GoS and blessed the Sabbath day. So it went on from week to week; his tormenting desire for tobacco regularly vanished at the incoming of each Sabbath. Six evenings a week we pray: "Guard our going out and our con i"; on the Sabbath evening we i: -Embrace us with a tent of Thy peace." Upon returning home from synagogue we intone the song: Pence be to you. Angels of Peace The seventh day sings. An old allegory asserts: "When Adam saw the majesty of the Sabbath, it* greatness and glorv. and the joy it conferred up .n all beings he intoned a song of praise for the Sabbath day as if to give thanks to the Sabbath day. Then God said to himThou singest a s-ng of praise to the Sabbath day. ; nd singest none to Me. the God of the Sabbath? Thereupon the Sabbath rose from its seat, and prostrated herself before God, saying: It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord. And the whole of creation added: And to sing praise ur.*. i Thy Name, O Most High. The Sabb£th teaches all beings whom t praise.



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    to, DECEMBER 12, 1952 +Juris* fhricttari pii Pollack [.iiitil at 75 I.held on Sunday 'ph P %  <" k of 1045 10th ,i. who passed Mr. Pollack age of 75. jpg t i :.,'iami Beach 17 founder *>f the ircle Branch No. ;<*. PAGE 3 A Joseph Pollack i i .. instrumental in the faction '. its Lyceum at 25 Bgton Avenue. |j Hack was also a director Greater Miami Jewish Btton ;ir:d affiliated with the of J wish Education and lewish Schools of Greater p survived by his daughdrs. P.raline Eisenstat, Mi|Beach. and Mrs. Sylvia New Y irk City; and his |Soi:uii ,::J Murray, Miami Mr. Pollack also leaves Igrand.hiliren. mains v.ere. sent to New [City f r rvices and inter[ty the Miami Beach RiverLoan Groap foN Support Of %  day Affair nuka and C*rd Party will onsore I by the Greater MiBebrew Free Loan AssociaJm Sundjy evening,-Decemh, 8 p.m., at the Beth E ktgation. (fair is more than a fe to the Festival of Lights.' 'Schwartz, president of the Ration, -aid in an announcers week. demands on our loans are fly increasing, and unless oui ate augmented, it will not table i meet the needs oi pny n dents here who reour aid," he explained, ir £g Miamians to support the evening party. • s will be the Mesdames Block, Rachel Sakowitz, Pertes, Lizzie Litt, Bessie nberg and Lena Zimmerman. MILSTEIN TO PLAY HI OPUS Cutting the Tenth Anniversary Birthday cake of Temple Beth bnolom are Shepard Broad, honorary president; Leon J Ell president; and Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of the Congregation. Looking on at the left is Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Extreme right is Rabbi Herman Schaalman, executive director of the Chicago Federation of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, who was guest speaker at Beth Sholem's Tenth Anniversary Dinner on Sunday evening, December 7th. at the Saxony Hotel. Tomplo I m.imi-l I Plans Affair At Hollywood Hotol The Hollywood Beach Hotel will be the site of a Chanuka Celebration on Sunday at 7 p.m. I Sponsoring the affair is Tern-1 pie Emanu-El, of Fort Lauderdale, announced Rabbi Marius! Ranson, spiritual leader, early this week. Guest soloist will be Cantor 1 Paul Beck, assisted by Anyutaj Melicov at the piano, in a liturgical and classical music program., Masquerade And Ball The Jewish Cultural Center will hold a Masquerade Ball and Dance tomorrow evening. MusicI will be by the Kasrilevker Kaoelie. Montieello Pick* Jules Klion Jules Klion will head Congregation Monticello Park during the coming year. Klion was named to the post of president at an election meeting held last Sunday. Other officers include Ben Moskowitz, 1st vice president; Ben Genshaft, 2nd vice president; F. Weiss, financial secretarytreasurer; and Morris Dotloff, recording secretary. Trustees include David A. Augustus, Jacob Pinsky and A. Boxer. The Congregation also set into motion plans for a forthcoming New Year's Party. P possibly the first time in history, a priceless Stradivarius violin has been named after a four-year-old child. The violin is the famous Ex-Guldmann, created by Stradivarius in 1716, the "golden period" of his violinmaking. The child is the daughter of renowned violinist Nathan Milstein, who recently acquired the violin after it had been hidden for years during the Nazi occupation of Europe. When Milstein appears in Miami on Sunday and Monday evening, December 14th and 15th, 8:30 p.m., at the Beach and Dade County Auditoriums, he will be playing the Maria Theresa, rechristened in honor of his daughter, Maria, and his wife, Theresa. Accompanied by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Dean John Bitter, the violin virtuoso will be heard in a reading of Eduard Lalo's Symphonie Espagnol. The orchestra will perform the Marche Hongroise from Damnation Of Faust, by Hector Berlioz; La Valse, by Maurice Ravel; and Symphony in D minor, by Cesar Franck. When Milstein first came to this country in 1929, he brought with him a European reputation second to none. In his initial appearances with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and later with the New York Philharmonic Symphony, he received rave notices from the metropolitan newspapers, both as a technician and as a supremely sensitive interpreter. His reputation was established securely and beyond a doubt. Since his debut with the New York Philharmonic, the violinist has reappeared with that orchestra no less than 49 times. All of his performances have been hailed by the cities. As a composer, the violinist has made great and permanent contributions to violin literature. He has recently written his own Cadenza for the Brahms Concerto. He has also written a Cadenza for the Beethoven Violin Concerto differing from all others in that it is based on Beethoven's original material for this concerto penned when he planned the work as one for the piano, instead of for violin. Concludes Survey For Synagogues Maxwell J. Mangold, local hotel owner, has completed a survey for the United Synagogues >f America for this region, consisting of the area south of Jacksonville, Florida. What is believed to be the most progressive and comprehensive program for a group of 20 Congregations of the Conservative Movement will be proposed iy Mangold to all Houses of Worship that are members of the organization. The United Synagogues of America included some 600 Congregations nationally and sponsors a Young People's League, United Synagogue Yuuth, Cantor's Assembly, Educator's Assembly and the National Association of Synagogue Administrators. Mangold has suggested a constitution for the Florida Region which will be patterned after the Connecticut Region's. He also calls for a Board to include representatives of all Congregations in the Region. Other suggestions are a Speaker's Bureau, Florida Regional Bulletin, Joint Adult Education Project, Joint Children's Project and services for small communities. Local spiritual leaders endorsing Mangold's survey are Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz, Irving Lehrman, Max Shapiro, Harry Ettinger, Alfred Waxman, Jacob Honig, Abraham Sachs and Reverend Rudolf Brill. Miami Jayvees Hold Brandeis To 14-14 Score The second annual Brandeis football classic held at Memorial Field, Miami Beach, last Saturday night was called a "huge success", according to Harold Turk and Benny Gaines, co-chairmen of the event. More than 3,000 persons saw the hard fought game which ended in a 14-14 tie From the very beginning, the Brandeis attack had the University of Miami Junior Varsity team fighting a desperate battle just to hang on. Sidney Goldfader, 205-pound Brandeis fullback, stunned the Miamians when he scored on a 68-yard run in the second quarter and again in the third. Halfback Ducky Gilmore's 48yard touchdown run and Wally Piper's 40-yard scoring pass savat the hands of Brandeis. Gables Center To Mark t kanaka Coral Gables Jewish Center will mark the beginning of Chanuka festivities with a number of weekend events. Tomorrow evening at 8 p.m., the Center Sisterhood will open its Chanuka Bazaar featuring games and special events. Children of the Center Religious School will convene for a special Chanuka Assembly on Sundaymorning at 10 a.m. At 6 p.m.. on Sunday, Rabbi Morris Skop will light the Center's seven-foot Menorah and discuss: Chanuka And American Religious Freedom. The Sisterhood Bazaar Committee will then serve special holiday foods, with a program of music and entertainment following. Cantor Irving Robinson will render a group of songs with the Center Choir under the direction of Leon Schiff. *> 7> obove (left ,o right) as they star, an Israeli folk dance,.Sjniar *-****££ j*Y Shapiro. Alan Goldberg Marcia Gross. Iph !-. Hobe£a Sener Jeloff. They will spark the Chanuka Camp %  P'^ e h d .^ h £. December 19th through Comma,in and the Bureau of Jewish Education %  *djWJ ^ gSi to attend. ^Kendall. Florida. Boys and girls from 10 to **"££, JL f£S Solloway. •<* of arranqemonto for the Chanuka Camp are 2f^^ the youth Com,B **n Miller, Rabbi MOMS Mecheloff and Harry J. Son*, chairman-o Hospital Auxiliary Show Today The Membership Committee of the Mount Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary expects a large crowd at its Tea and Fashien Review scheduled for the Algiers Hotel this afternoon, 1 p.m. The fashion show will be viewed against the oriental splendor of Miami Beach's newest hotel. The meeting is open to present and prospective members of the Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary whose current roles list some 2,000 persons. Active in plans for the function are the Mesdames Louis J. Krensky, Auxiliary president; Monte Selig, honorary president; Carl Weinkle and Jack Ablin, membership co-chairmen; Dorothy Fink, program chairman; Leon Ell, in charge of arrangements; Aaron Farr, hostess committee; and Ben Zion Ginsburg, publicity. Beth David Sisters Hear Confab Report The Beth David Sisterhood will meet on Wednesday, December 17th, at 1:30 p.m. Officers of the Sisterhood will participate in a Chanuka Lighting Ceremony led by Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. Harry Laufer, president, will report on the Convention of the National Women's League of the United Synagogues of America recently held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Significance of Chanuka, will be the topic of a brief address by Mrs. Shapiro. Hotel Rama/ Opens For New Season The Motel Ramaz, 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, is now open for the season under new management. Rabbi J. Amsel and S. Silber, operators of the establishment, stated "that strict kashruth will be observed and that all meats served in the dining room, which is open to the public, will be obtained from the Glatt Kosher Meat Company, Williamsburg, Brooklyn." The.Ramaz is equipped for catering service for weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and other affairs. The hotel is operated under the American Plan, offering three meals daily to its guests. Bleach i.odqe. Women's Chapter Joint Celebration Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591, B'nai B'rith, and Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will celebrate jointly the 109th birthday of B'nai B'rith Lodge and the Chanuka Festival on Wednesday evening, December 17th, 8 o'clock, at Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium. Paul Seiderman, chairman of the Program Committee, is planning community singing and entertainment. George J. Talianoff is president of the Miami Beach Lodge. Mrs. Ben Lebow is president of the Women's Chapter. Shochet To Speak "Fred K. Shochet, publisher of the Jewish Floridian, will address the Teen Age Breakfast Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at its regular meeting Sunday morning. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Center, will introduce the guest speaker.



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In 1948, the American Jewish Congress helped to draft and. through its membership, was primarily instrumental in obtaining passage of the Qninn-OUiffe Fair Education Practices Law in the State of New York. The law sought to outlaw racial and religious quotas in granting admission to colleges, business and trade schools. But it is never enough merely to pass laws. Too often after legislatures have acted, there occurs a wide-spread relaxation, a pervasive and enervating feeling that everything necessary has been done. To counteract this tendency, the American Jewish Congress, following enactment of the Qumn-Olliffe law, embarked on a program to insure its enforcement. As a major step in this campaign, the Commission on Law and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress has been conducting a continuing survey which has disclosed that through the technique of the personal interview many medical colleges continued to discriminate against Jewish applicants. The 1951 survey, based on experiences of premedical students awarded state scholarships, revealed that Jews had roughly twice as difficult a tune gaining admission into medical schools as non-Jews with identical academic histories. The AJC studies are the first to reveal and prove widespread reliance upon the oral interview as a method of ascertaining religion m applying discriminatory quota policies. Most important these surveys have penetrated the wall of official apathy, within the last year, the New York Board of Regents announced that it was launching its own investigation into medical school admissions practices. It is exoected shortly, will prod the State Education Department to seek out r •~tive enforcement measures, now long overdue. sort advertising prepared by CLSA have revealed that hotels in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut. Rhode Island and Massachusetts openly flaunt state civil rights laws. It was found in one survey that advertising booklets distributed by 49 resorts use the formula "near Christian/ churches" as a disguised and indirect means of restricting clientele. On the basis of these studies, complaints have been filed with the Commissions Against Discrimination in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, urging further investigation and appropriate legal action. Perhaps the most crucial fight during the past year, however, occurred not on the State level but about the McCarran-Walter Omnibus Immigration Bill, now become law. Disguised as a mere "codification" of the present law, the McCarran-Walter Law introduces into immigration preceedings a series of new, highly inr flexible and arrogantly racist pro-1 visions. In testimony offered dur-1 ing Congressional hearings on this legislation, AJC argued for abolition of the 1924 national origins quota system with its bias against Southern and Eastern Europe immigration and its flagrant endorsement of the principle of Anglo-Saxon superiority. Because of its forthright attack upon the quota system and upon the McCarran-Walter Bill, the AJC and its president. Dr. Israel Goldstein, were singled out for special abuse by Representative Francis Walter, one of the authors of the McCarran-Walter proposal. Despite the concerted effort of civil groups across the country, despite the valiant attempts of a bloc of liberal Senators led by Senators Hubert Humphrey and Herbert Lehman and despite a Presidential veto, McCarran's forces in the Congress proved sufficiently powerful to push his bill through. Although enactment of the bill seriously retarded the campaign for just and equitable immigration laws, it has by no means brought it to a halt. 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    FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1952 LEGAL NOTICE ~~ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.TlcE IN HEREBY C3IVEN lhal Igned, desiring to enfags In h under the flctlilou* namr of YARD TELEVISION i'i:\. 12587 N.W, 7th Av.i |||. i i ida, Intend I" roalsti i M i with-the Clerk of lh.i'ji. iilt • 11, I.County, Florida. RAYMOND C OORINO i HARDER u. MILLER p.WIP URUCKER i. ii l;.i> iniind C. Goring ill nl..~ I! Miller ; traham Bide rii. i || — 1 2 LEGAL NOTICE •JewlstFkrMtor %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY OTVEN that liCni ll, (IfHlrlllK In Hi;. 144, ;.| %  under the fictitious name of STERN BROS., at MSI Byron Avenue, U [leach, Florida, ini.n. 1t,, reffi hi name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, i"K rida. DANIEL STERN Sole Proprietor OKORflf. I TAMAXdl'F Attorney for Petitioner iln Road Ml.uiii lleach, Florida II i :-l!'-:'6 — 1/2 7N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154921 STKPHAXIE VERCH. Plaintiff. I .Ml. nSCAR VKRCH, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tii I'UL OSCAR VKRCH, 1 i.-fendnnt. Llndstedl Road, North liellmore. New York Ton are hereby notified that a Hill ,.f Complaint for Divorce has been galnat you, and you are irquired to w-ive a copy of your Ansu.i Heading to the Itilt ,,f Ci.mon KnVXKK A> MANNHEIM• i: i_i Lincoln Rofcd, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court "ii or befora Decamber II, lift; I >.III fall to do o. Judami nl by dei be i.iken against you for the i< lief demand ad In the Hill of ompl at Miami. December, NOT,CE f fi E "uT LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 L> BERICK. SHAPIRO "F'tZM jV, ';"' %  • •". <-• Applicant •"•' IN %  ',' %  NOTICE -NOER^FlCTTnoUsn," t'.'Li' 1 -' Corporation f, V$iT. h ~ ': ,K,, X*X. President H>. PA I I. s OOLDBERQ, 8R BHBIUKR SPIELER s, "' t ""->^'"V, n *' v f, ,r Applicant. *<2 Rpper Building Miami a, Florida M 12. .1-12-19 \ND ORDERED thla -ml day of • K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court ^DiDrcVuNTY^FLV^A" HE: PBTATB^ HARRY I. WII.EN'SKV NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE filed'ml' !" 1 "' >bv ,v 'n ">< I have I !" 1 ". "' raporl and petition fur !h 1 '" M h '""f' •A.lminiM.ainx of the eatate ,,, HARRY I. WILEN8KY deceased, and that ,.„ t h c 2Mh day or December m.,2, I will anpl) :„ ; ,„ TuZ'" rZi F .BLASmS. Count? JUIIKI>>f Dade County, Florida foi approval of said final „.,„,., Alu ) ,„ T final discharge as Administratrix of LJV "'' "' HARRY I. Wll.ENSK i. ii.. eased Thla 14th day of November U&l MART B. WILENBKY, Administratrix of the Eatate of HARRY L. wii.EN8KY, RICHARD KRIBQER FINK Attorne) for the Eatate of Harr> i. Wllenaky. II 21 — 1:>-12-19 id 1'. R. II RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk V THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 22272 In !: %  ESTATE OP M i \ hl'HI.ER, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notiei li hereby given that I have M.d m> final reiHirt as Administrator i I llu Estate of Max Duhler. dec. an 'I lal I have filed my Petition for I Final Discharge; and that I will apply oni of the Judges of the County [Judge's Court, I hide County, Florida. %  as Administrator of the EsII jt Reach, Florida %  •"" %  ney for Adolph Mendel. Executor 11 •' %  •1 — 12/5-12 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 27222 RE ESTATE I 'I JACOB M BEIDENBERO. 1 |. • NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ni i nCE la hi n b) | ven thai %  -.. have filed a final ie|.rt and petltloi for Final Discharge as Co-Executors of the estate of JACOB M 8EIDENBERU, deceased; and that on the tlrd day of 1 '• %  • nil. I 1982, n III apply to th,Honorable W. F. I'.I.ANTII.N. County Judge "f Dwde County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as said Co-Executora of the Estate of JACOB If. BEIDENBERO, deceased. This IKth day of November, 1952. BERTHA KAUFMAN ISAAC JoFFE Co-Exeeutori ISAAC JOFFE Attorney for Executors 11/28 — 12/S-12-19 %  "*?£•! % %  ORPBER REBECCA GRPBER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is m FU EH %  %  MILDRED C, CARLYLE Attorne\ f< >r 12 ll-lt-2< — Mill l : • IN IN In THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29120B Re: ESTATE OF LOIIS KEERES, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of LOUIS BEERES, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. HLANTuN, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the Connty Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within elKht calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legal addresh of the claimant and to be sworn to and • presented as aforesaid, or same ill be barred. See Section 120 of the KM Probate Act. Date November 2i'th, A.D. 1953 FANNIE BEERES As Executrix of the Last Will anil Testament of LOUIS BEERES, Deceased. ISAAC JoFFE Attorney for Executrix 1010 Bfscayne Building Miami. Florida 11/28 — 12'5-lf-19 TMJ S E =,P Y PUBLICATION I C U[ IT C U RCUIT COURT OF THE %  aYS.Ti! JUD| CIAL CIRCUIT OF COUNTY. IN CHANCERY FR1N1 LeJUEZ, Plaintiff, W11J.1A.M MAIKICE LaJUEZ, -,,._ Defendant ,. S UIT F0R DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM MAURICE LeJUEZ I • Manhattan Avenue New York. N.w Vrk You. WILLIAM MAURICE LeJUEZ •reb) notified that a Hill of omplalm for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are requited to sen, ., copy of your Antwei "i Pleading to the Rill of Cmplaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, OBOROE J TA1.lANUFF, 42" Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Florida, and file the original Answer ,,r Pleading in th. the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court on or %  the ",th day r,f January, 19SS. If you fail to do SO, judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the iaii <,f 'omplaint. Tins notice shall 1publlslH^d once each week • • i n* itlve e/ei ka In THE JEWISH 1 LuRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, :hi Jrd day f December. A.D. : E. II LEATHERMAN, i lerk, % %  : %  ill 'ourt, Dadi County, Fl i t Court Seal) I' R H. RICE, JR. I UE< iRGE .). TALIANtlFF Attoi n. %  I ilntlff oln Ro id B. h, Florida 12 5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to i ng ig In bueJneea under the flctltloua name of INTI'V FTRNTT1HE ACMITHINC. at 1752 N.W 7th Street. Miami. F ia.. Intend to register said name with the Clark of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK KITOHNER MAl'RY ALTERSnN UNITY FURNITURE CO.. an Illinois Co-Partnership By Morns Nkatoff. a Partner SHELDON LELCHUK Attorney for Applicants S0 Ingraham llldg. 11/28 — 12/5-12-19 LEGAL NO TICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51078 DSMI en thai BEN %  Nun b< •. • Uz2, dated • %  %  • in my office, tax de. | with %  the .:-rated ..ili ide unty. l ,., |, streel the City ot Miami, %  %  ild proper! led w.,.In the • of I nknown. i cdlng la ."-. Tl A I' 1952 this 10th d.,y of Nov. LEATHERMAN, % %  : Circuit •v.urt, Dan. i..-,•;., Florida, (I Ircult r',, .,, ,i) Bi N .' STERRETT. LEGAL NOTICE A 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,.N"Ti ashington Avenue, Miami Reh intend t., register said name with the 'lerk Of the circuit Court of DadCounty, Florida. CHARLES rURMAN ....... IRVING WE8TIN FTANLEY M PRED Attorney for Applicants III Beybold Bldg. 1J 12-19-M — '. • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that dealt log eng it,in ler thfid • lo is i ,f FOAM FAIR RUBBER PRODUCTS. 1 • I : % %  '||Count Florida, int. nds to rea| 'ftei i HUM w ith the Clerk oC 1 lr in ',,ui t ,>f i... i. i mty. rlda. LOUIS ZELLER, STANLEY Ii lEL LEVINE Louis ZeJIer i%  > Lin. %  h. Road II %  %  r • I NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -n"d. desiring to ng ,g, ,n ss under the fictitious na H & i: MOTORS mot Inc.), at 975 Weal Flaglei Street, Miami. Florida. to register said name wuli the of the circuit curt of Dada County. Florida. EDWARD HOROWITZ, sole owner 1RVINC I'TI'KN "• %  %  foii iwner (SI Lincoln Ri ad Mia mi F;... ii. Florida U 6-I1-1S-I6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t<. engaa • ss under !>.e fn-tm N. E. .'.Mil ST. SUN'ii SERVlCp 8TATION, at 717 N. E. Th b'l Miami, intend to r. glsti said with the Clerk of the Circuit I rt ol Dadi %  Fl rlda SIDNEY ASTLER JACK FINKEL8TEIN 12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERERY GIVEN that the undei i log ;,. ..;.,.. %  %  LICKY SE\ EN \ :.--c N w ith Avenui I I, 1 intends to • -• %  %  th, Circuit Court ol < %  I MEYER SIEG1 ELI BREG _' ". I..n. oln ; Miami Beai h %  %  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 ETTA MAE JoHNSoN. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ETTA MAE JOHNSON 71 Branner Avenue. Prichard, Alabama Yon are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are re%  • re a copy of your anauer or pleading to the Bill of Comi on the plaintiff's attorney. RICHARD K. SHEI'Al'.D. JJmi W.st Flagler Streel Miami, and file the original pleading In the offi f thi Clerk of the Circuit Court on or the 13th day of 1 '• %  • 1952. If you fail to do so. jud• %  alt will be taken against you I demanded in the Bill of lalnt. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. • 13th day of November, A.D E B LEATHERMAN. ..f the Circuit Court Bj w.M w STOCKING, llerk "-'-.< -1! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eng business under the fictitious name STERLINi; APARTMENTS, at 2.1 N YV. Kth Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to register mrd name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BARNETT WAXER KAE WAXER WILLIAM I BR ENNER Attorney for Applicants 11 21-28 — 12 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN I Ing 1 ..j.,II business indi thi tltloua m %  !. 'till is 'i.M/ IRE, at Blvd., %  %  -' • n d f the 0 • : : ..,.i. County, Floi Ma. KARL 8TUMPP ANNE OSWALD STEPHEN F KBSSLER .'. %  •• ne> for Applicants w. Flagler St, 11 21-88 — 12 1-12 IM T N 2 T,Ce TO CREDITORS •N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. ,. No. 2S11S.B iiVv, E 8 TATB OF "l.Mn I. SUUARMAN, T., in ,. Deceased '"All fredttora and All Persons Hav"' lalms or Demands Against I Estate: V %  tilled lh. : itati "id each of you, are hereby and required to preaent any jnd demands which >ou. or >ou. may have against the HENRY I M'UARMA.N. delate of Dad.Count). Floi ill i Honorable Countv Judges of "ty, and file the tame In O 'ttlil ."i.ii.ii, nil,I Hi ie soi'i % ill i ."""••"•ed as aforesaid, or same V % %  haired. November 17. A.D. 152. '•F.RTRPDE SI1IIAKMAN As Administratrix C.T.A. DBN "' the Estate of HENRY I. SUGARMAN. te r rat u UL i3r-f^'l^ftCT-A. DBN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOS DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 1*4810 HOWARD I. tsPARET, Plaintiff. BETH .M SPAREV. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MRS BETH M SPAREY 7I4 F'ay Street lai Yolla You'. BOTH M. BPAREY. are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint has been filed against veil, and yjMI •*• required to aarva %  <"PV of row Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on the Idalr. neve. PINB TAYLOR, ; Olvnipu. Iluilding. Miam '.. : ;' and file th..rigmal ATi-w.i oPleading in tl" office of th. lark circuit Court oa or before Ihe Mth day of D.-.einbcr. ls.12. if yui fall to do SO, jadgine:.! "\-e weeka IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154667 HENDRIK JOHANNES SWARTJES. Plaintiff, HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJES, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO. HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJES, 1 >c ftndant c,o Tlllle Jooley. MM Lexington Place, Elisabeth, New Jersey. You are herebj notified that a Bill Of Complaint for Divorce has been against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on KOVNER AMANNHEIMF:if. 420 Lincoln Road, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before December 19. ISo2: If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. ... DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this l?th day of November, AD "' j2 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Coort NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, Jesirlng to engage in business under the fictitious name of COSTA HOTEL AND APARTMENTS, at 681*1 Bay Drive, sliami Reach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. 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    TnjITn *:-? %  e^* 1 -* SS^H HBJBft^?^ I ^A*;*r* -** S fuJA WEEKEND PARLEY WILL MAP 1953 DRIVE Use four oustanding Jewish leaders will be among the peraalities who will report to the United Jewish Appeal's Anal National Conference this week-end at the Waldorf-Astor| Hotel in New York. The three-day Conference, which will : the stage for UJA's 15th Annual Nationwide Campaign to hundreds of thousands of Jews in need in Israel. Europe, slem lands and the United States, will hear from (upper Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency, I Dr. George Josephthal, of Jerusalem, treasurer of the JewAgency. Lower left are Edward M. M. Warburg, general aan of the UJA, and Dr Joseph J. Schwartz, UJA execute vice chairman who returned recently from Jerusalem sere he held high-level talks with Prime Minister David kn-Gurion. The Conference will vote a 1953 campaign goal pd elect national officers for next year's drive. fakleff New Israel Army Chief TEL AVIV (WNS)—Major General Mordecai Makleff this week keeded Major General Yigdal Yadin as Chief of the Army Genii Staff as a result of Yadin's retirement. General Makleff, who is ly 33, and has been General Yadin's depuy since 1949, was born [this country and served in the underground Haganah after the Aiob disturbances. \ \ zMATZO MEAL fwt... wbH ... just tight! Ideal for 'brooding" chops. collets, (fUMffH. t Gra nd for oi l recipes. r —mi >x ^ lAt UQll "T iAJItl WITH THE T ASH" Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. U N.E. 24th St. Miami 37. Flo. Pho" MM GREETINGS TO ALL MR. and MRS. LOUIS MELNICK SAVORY BAKE SHOPS 1684 ALTON ROAD PHONE 58-5121 When Friends Drop in During the Holidays Serve Delicious Cakes and Cookies from SAVORY BAKE SHOPS BRANCHES 730 6th St. Miami Beach NOW OPEN Cobbs Country Store 77 N.E. 79th St. FINEST INGREDIENTS USED IN ALL OUR BAKERY PRODUCTS" ^l\wiislbJEIIioiciidliiQun MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1952 SEC. B Mount Sinai Increases Activities, Says Orovitz; Scope Here Doubles, Triples The scope of Mount Sinai Hospital's services to-the community has in many cases been doubled and in some instances tripled since its founding three years ago, it was reported by Max Orovitz, hospital president, upon the occasion of Mount Sinai's third anniversary. Almost 6,000 visits have been made to Mount Sinai's Out Patient TleDartment Orovitz larging of Mount Sinai's emergency area, Blood Bank and Out Patient Department, three vital changes to answer community demands. As a teaching center. Mount Sinai made medical history in the South when the first of a series of delicate heart operations was performed there giving further training to physicians specializing in cardiac surgery. Orovitz pointed out that there are now 10 interns and 5 residents on its medical staff who are being trained under the hospital's approved intern training program. Hialeah Luncheon The Ladies' Auxiliary of Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center will sponsor a luncheon and card party on Wednesday, December 17th. at 12 noon. In charge of reservations is Sarah Askowitz. Residencies have recently been in the past | approved in two specialties by year, three times the number of the American Medical AssociaLunic visits made in 1950, Orotion and three additional have vitz reported, "attesting to the been requested, need for the constant extension With the grant of $5,000 from of our medical services to the the Leon Lowenstein Foundation, community." | Mount Sinai was able to start Laboratory examinations have' l ts first research project this increased from 41,587 the first year, a most important phase of year to close to 80,000 in 1952, j th e hospital's work today, Orowhile x-ray examinations and j v itz noted. "Our animal laboratreatments went from 6,604 to j torv 's now a reality, and with over 13,000, according to Oroi tne securing of additional grants, vitz's message. I we hope to extend our research The past year also saw the enI program even more." Veterans To Fete Lights Festival Veterans will participate in Pratt General Hospital's Third Annual Chanuka Party on Sunday, December 14th, at 7 p.m. Ambulatory patients will be welcomed by Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center and Hospital Chaplain, Chaplain James A. Boston and F. Baldwin, of special services. The two-hour show is under the auspices of the Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliaries, B'nai B'rith Lodges and Auxiliaries, National Jewish Welfare Board, Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood and West Miami Jewish Center. Rabbi Skop will interpret the Chanuka Festival. Cantor Irving Robinson will light the sevenfoot Menorah. Six Kosher Soups i by Heinz p. Six fosty, delightful soups, all marfe the horn* way} the slow wayi Six Kosher Soups, all bearing on their labels the seal of approval of THE UNION OP ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA! At today's low prices, they're a great flavor bargain I Truly a "mechoya"... six "mechayas", in fact! 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    H DAY, DECEMBER 12, 1952 all B'nai B'rith o Back 1114. Day NEW YORK — The Executive .mmittee of the Supreme Lodge B'nai B'rith, in a statement ue d to its Lodges throughout nation, has called on its en%  e membership to participate in [e intensive, nation-wide BIG Campaign sponsored by the ite of Israel Bond Drive on jnday, December 14th. it was mounced last week by Frank ldman, president of the Jewish .aternal Order. Qoldman also disclosed that a lecial two-day meeting of key ael Bond Drive leaders in B'rith will be held at Chiigo, Ncvember 15th through ith, when plans will be discussti> intnsify the group's efforts behu'.i of BIG Day. *£2M£hrMtor) Our Film Folk By LEON GUTTERMAN HOL L VWOO D AndreKoste 0 „ a i mrotduiy ^ myLewii PAGE 7D OVEN SIR... Son t res, even the most unmpecting persons are eligible tr social security benefits. One our rt preservatives visited a nail town on nis regular trip ml had taken an application %  om a party for widow's insurnie bi refits. He had requested oof of her age. She said that P: aunl had their family Bible which her date of birth was town. The si J ial security 'representaive visited the aunt to copy the jformal on from the-Bible. Duru • conversation, she menloned thi.t she, too. was a widow. sir huscand had died about a I tear 84 The field representaIve asked if her husband had per h:.d a social security card. Lftei B moment's thought, she aid. Well, yes, 1 believe he lid" Furthi r questioning revealed hat her husband had worked Dng enough to be insured. Her licatii n was then taken for cnefitf. The representative explained the i.unt what social security k-iiuld rr.tan to her. First, she pould receive benefit payments ach mcnth. Second, because the enefits are retroactive six unths, six checks were already.] ie h< r In addition to these honthly insurance payments, she uuld receive a lump-sum paym-nt ol S182. She was overwhelmed by this keod ni .vs. She said, "I've heard w soci) i security but never Breamid it would apply to me. It couldn't come at a more needed time IEASON S GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 378 H. W. Ith Street PHONE 2-1700 lanetz is set to conduct the Israel Symphony Orchestra next spring when he will tour Europe and the Nea r Eas t. His wife, Li!v Pans, goes along w.th him Eddie Cantor is making many people happy by rraking rapid recovery from a heart attack Producer David O. Selznick confirms our recent news item that he, his wife, Jennifer Jones, and the Italian-Jewish director Vittor.o Desica will do a film together in Rome. Montgomery Clift will co-star with Mrs. Selznick. The pic'.ure will depict the last 90 minutes passed in a railroad station by two lovers. Ben Hecht, who has about finished his autobiography, writes us: "Biographies are usually written when peoole are dead because they are so unlike them when they were alive" ... Ben Abrams. Emerson Radio and Television Corporation's president, is spearheading a TV drive for more educational television. He is announcing a $100,000 grant for those interested in educational television. Richard Tucker. Metropolitan Opera tenor and synagogue cantor during the High Holy Days, has been repacted by Columbia Records for another ten years Pfc. Eddie Fisher, an Eddie Cantor discovery, will get a readymade audience during his first year as a civilian following his discharge from the army next April. Fisher, still regarded as one of the hotter male singers despite his two year service hitch, will start off with a nest egg of $300,000, representing a two-year royalty stretch on RCA Victory recordings. Currently, Fisher is slated to go to Germany icturns to New York next week and to the area where he worked as a soda fountaineer for fifteen dollars a week ten years ago. Jerry functioned behind th counter in Ben Silberg's pharmacy in Troy, New York, where his wisecracks kept the customers in stitches and coming back for more. Owner Silberg is eager to see his one time employee whose earnings passed two million dollars this year. Songstress Minii Benzell, in retirement the past few months, resumes her career next week on Ed Sullivan's television show. ; Mimi took time over the summer to await hor first child which she lost at birth Actress Bette | Davis, making her first stage appearance in 22 years, has a hit on I her hands in Two's Company, due to open in New York next month. | This is Bette's debut in a musical, and she says she's quickly adjusting herself to performing song and dance numbers before a live audience. Violinist Yehudi Menuhin. currently appearing with the New York Philharmonic Symphony, is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his deputy with the orchestra in Manhattan Producer Herman Levin may produce an untitled musical by Arnold Auerbach and Arnold Horwitt, the same boys who wrote the successful Call Me Mister and cleaned up millions with partner Levin in on the deal Violinist Efrem Zimbalist, who retired some years ago to head the Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia, takes up his bow again, today when he appears with the Philadelphia Orchestra in the world premier of a violin concerto by Gian-Carlo Menotti. La Vigne Electric 163 N. E. 24th Street— Phone 2-1759 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR FR1EHDS AND PATRONS Inn's Snack Shop 12537 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Phone 89-9*64 BfOTUfA LEE IMPORTERS, INC. 7343 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 2S2 Coral Way, Miami 86-2419 4-6909 SEASON'S GREETINGS GREETINGS FROM SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Johnny Electric Co. BB M o, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 9524 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami Phone 78-4743 J. R. SPRADLEY & CO. FOOD BROKERS 18 N. W. 14th Street Miami. Fla. A PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Charles M. Taylor PLUMBING & REPAIRING 3834 S.W. 87th Place Miami Phone 87-2998 70 ALL GREETINGS **BB REAL ESTATE Alway$ Ready To Give Service 702 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE 48 1923 GREETINGS Texaco Palms Service Station Garage and Wrecker Service Lubrication Specialists 4401 S.W. 8th STREET Phone 4-3636 GREETINGS TO ALL ALLEGRETTI FURNITURE COMPANY Hotels — Apartments Contract Furniture 5845 N.E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 89-9731 ^z-v^-v^'W^vvvv /-V'-VGREETINGS CLEVELAND Diesel Engine Division GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION 2315 N. W. 14th Street, MIAMI JOHN HUGLEN P. O. Box 4007, MIAMI TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY iji MARVEL CLEANERS SERVICE and QUALITY CLEANING Mrs. Lucile P. Neher. Owner 16 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-1242 SE/KSOKS GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS THE SPORTS CENTER "Where Fishermen Meet" Largest 100^'. Tackle Shop — Tackle For Rent — Tackle Repairs All Kindt of Bait Opp. Floridian Hotel Open 7 Dayt Phone 5-1921 535 West Avenue, Miami Beach Lew and Larry Gartenberg I GREETINGS McCANN PLUMBING CO. ] PLUMBING and HEATING "**'•* | CONTRACTORS Howard G. McCann. Owner 330 N.W. 71st STREET PHONE 84-9514 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Fidelity Construction Corporation GENERAL CONTRACTORS 460 N.W. 79th Street Ph. 78 25IS 1 P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Hegulalers 1141 So. Alhambra C ire la Warehouse: 1047 M. W. 22nd Street Phone 87-9586 Phone 82 572 HOLIDAY GREETINGS K. BURNS A SON JEWELERS 114 East Flagler Street Phone 3-6154



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    PAGE 6 A *-ttmistrh^kH-*fi FASCINATING FACT about Florid* is this: despite the erercrowding tempo, everybody find* time to pursue two dozen interests! People meet each other coming and going, flashing in and out of doorways, hopping in and out of auto*, cither clutching or tossing invitations — all making for a miracle of activity week after week — into speeding months — THIS CANDLE-LIT WEEK opened with Ben and Margaret Yomen's dedication of their home on Michigan Avenue above Lincoln Road, a beautiful and true Chanukas Habayas, as attested by enthusiastic reports. Three hundred guests thronged the living room and early American dining room. Glowing arrivals in a body were president Mrs. Esther Feldtran with the entire Jewish Folk Chorus, bringing songs to such listeners as the Hal Meyers of LaGorce Drive. Mrs. Bill Feuer. the Maurice Carrolls. Miriam Solkoff. Norms Kaye. the Jack Zebitz. and about 50 music pupils and parents The Bernie Roths sent a bouquet — and not to be outdone, the Ben Yomen's Persian cat brought forth her best, too — four little Persians. Provocatively. Margaret now greets everyone with: "I'm a grandmother!" Incidentally, teenagers in their music studio are working up The Life and Works of Stephen Foster, with •Mikado" scheduled when the large cast can form And the week closes with Sunday's children's concert at the Jewish Cultural Center — marking the lighting of the second Chanukah candle — in roles written by the kids themselves. They're aged 5 to 12. Director is'Morris Shifris. His wife is Chashka Zamsky who recited the,eloquent narration for the Yiddish "Peter and the Wolf last year. We'll never forget her wolf's haunting "Gewalt"' Margaret Yomen drilled the children's chorus. TIMED FOR THIS HAPPIEST WEEK U Saturday's Bar Mils vah celebration of Efrom Zev Mescheloff at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, with Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff welcoming their friends to Open House on Sunday at 2. Glorious good wishes! THE SEASON'S BEAT: Brooklyn's Ben and Helen Gallen of the dress shops used the Sh • tenac as home-base helping Stan and Shirley Lubow ceit-crate their 5th anniversary %  • %  Pulling a switch. Etta Hollander, < tie time fruit shopptexpert, is spending the winter in Mexico Hailing its third birthday. Miami Beach's "Gold Coast News Magazne" z:ps a swift? number off the press, says managing ed Ann Schmerer, leaded with cu.-.gratulations That was the Hotel Grid's popular Sam Rosnir braking his car sharply at a corner and jally waving motorists to keep going, brother, while he exr.ged the time of day with a pedestrian who innocently got in way. That pedestrian ought to stay off the streets, wt agreed: -' amo MIGHTY GOOD NEIGHBORS from whom others can take a tip are the Ocean Surf's Ester Hagen 'along with sister Bertha) and manager Dorothy S. Coller of the adjoining Ocean Horizon. Real gals in the hotel business who know the business The Season's good to Lou Kanter. but when, why not? Renowned in hotel row for his appearance and experience. Lou's been handed his choice of two Front Desks. He built his reputation, first, at the Winlerhaven. And as program chairman of Hotel Greeters. he's set a mark here for the nation to reach, if it can Estelle Rubin of Beach Letter chuckles as she informs me she never had a Rabbi Apian in her Atlanta family, and could it be I was listening to the tap of the mimeo machine instead of listening to her—? "But don't let it bother you." she says. "If I never had a Rabbi in the family, you fixed it up so I've got one now." Proudest Daddy in the Shoremede the other morning was Ben Zion G.nsberg. hearing high school daughter Barbara praise her thrilling "Boss for a Day" served at the Billig and Schwartz publicity-fuad offices. "I only hope," said David Fenton wistfully "I'll have a Boss for a Day soon. too. My daughter's 12." This led one mother to snarl to another: "What are those fathers dodging*" I've pot a daughter and she's the Boss every day!" All this was part of the program reviewed by the Beach Chamber of Commerce in its annual placing of teenagers in business life, to see the wheels go round. On behalf of the entire school, lovely Barbara thanked all their bosses. She's heading for journalism Mrs. Alfred Glasser will be delighted to hear from you. She's chairman of the card party due on Dec 17th at the Home Milk auditorium. 2451 N.W. 7th Ave. This is the month's event by the glittering B'nai B'riih Women of Miami SCOOP news probably to be announced Thursday at the Miami Beach Music and Arts League in the Roney's Surf Room is the appointment of THE FLORIDIAN'S brilliant Leo Mindlin as Literary Chairman To one woman in Greater Miami. Dr. Periti Scheinberg is the miracle-man who waved the wand that spared her tiny grandchild from a crippled life. Aware of his keen interest in the afflicted, she asked his counsel, and phoned his suggestions to her frantic daughter in New York. Daughter thereupon took the baby to the physician he recommended — she'd received twenty different diagnoses from others — and today the toddler is cured. Jumping onward to Jan. 30th is the League of Woman Voters fixing that morning for a panel on local government. Blushing wittheir flattery. I'm to be moderator. Electrifying Leaguers here include Esther Granat and Esther Reid. Provisional president is Sue Stevens. Esther Reid was a League headliner in Chicago Always increbible but constant here are the coincidences which put longtime friends next door to each other. Latest in the list are the Leon Honigsbergs. and Harry and Isaac Greer Rolling into Miami next months is "Industrial Progress U.S.A.". the Henry Ford-Greenfield Village exhibit of art and articles from Dearborn outlining this nation's progress in industry from the time we worked ourselves up from the Stuts Bearcat, from cast iron kitchen pots weighing a ton, from "able, discreet, sober firemen" hauling water buckets, from Isaac Merrilt Singer's S40 and a sewing machine idea to the present 5.000 speed stitches a minute — yep. all the way up to what we've got now ... So what've we got now—? Look around, dearie. W Miss Rae Freund Classmates Choose February 1st A wtdding at the Lincoln Man' ner. Miami Beach, on February I 1st. will unite in marr age Miss Rae Freund and Jules Pincus. The couple are Junior classmates at the University of Florida. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Freund. 221 Jefferson Avenue. Mr. Pincus is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morns I. Pincus. St. Augustine. Florida. Miss Freund graduated from Miami Senior Hih School. She belongs to Alpha Epsilon Phi at the University of Florida, where j she is also president of the Caval-1 lettes there. Mr. Pir.cus graduated from j Ketterlinus High School in St. I Augustine. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phil. ATTENTION! APARTMENT MOTEL — HOTEL — HOME OWNERS Compute Lin* of Refrigerator A Electrical Appliances 8ELL — RENT — REPAIR JACKSON REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Efrom Mescheloff Will Be IW^n^T" Tomorrow; To Address Congregation Efrom Zev Mescheloff. 13year-old son of Rabbi and Mrs. v sea Mescheloff. will speak from his father's pulpit at the celebration of his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, December 13th. The religious service will begin 830 a.m., at the Beth Jacob Congregation. 301 Washington Avenue. Miami Beaeh. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, honorary president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will reid to the Bar Mitzvah's address which will be delivered in English, as well as to a Talmudic •rtation which he will "deliver in Hebrew. Morris B. Frank, president of the Congregation, will speak on behalf of the officers and membership. Born in Miami Beach, the Bar Mitzvah is a twelfth generation descendant of a direct line of Rabbis, counting among his forebears some of the greatest Hebrew authors, scholars and spiritual leaders. He is an honor student at the Hebrew Academy and is one of the panel of Quiz Kids appearing every Sunday on a local radio station. He is a member of the graduating class in his school and is editor of his school's publication, The Echo. He is also one of the organizers of the Palmach Group of Young Judaea and served four terms as its president. Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff will Urandei* AJC Slate* Ilium h An Annual Chanuku Brunch will be given by the Brandeis : Chapter, American Jewish Con-1 gress, at the Sea Gull Hotel on December 18th, 11:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on The Meaning Of Chanuka. Mrs. Mescheloff will give the Invocation. Soloist Mrs. Judy Drucker will be accompanied by Laurel Rubin in a musical program. Chairman is Mrs. Harry Shopiro. Roehelle Swaebe To Wed Hen Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Harold Auerbach, of 2120 SW 12th Avenue, and Brookline, Massachusetts, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rochelle (Hickey) Swaebe. to Ben Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodman, 1751 SW 7th Street. The bride-elect is a senior at Miami Beach High School and will continue her studies after marriage. Mr. Goodman is associated with the M. Rosen Dental Laboratories. The couple plan an early summer wedding. it Efrom Mescheloll be hosts at a Kiddush f.lioi_ the religious services in the i cial Hall of the Congregab**! They will also he !d OpenL for Congregational membersi friends on Sunday, Decent, 14th. between 2 and 5 D.T, | their home. 7!! I.. nxAvet Going Formal? m g. isatiff Formal Wear that la freih./ cleaned, amartiy %  tyled. properly fitted. Complete outfita including ahoca. PHONE 48-2084 lJNrVERSm| OMEN'S SHOP 2121 Ponce Da Leon Boulmrf ] Cora) Gablei 721 5th STREET PHONE MOW



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    PAGE IOC *Jeist> fkrkHnn S E A S O N'S GREETINGS JACK'S RBSTAITBAOT 1795 PURDY AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58 9688 THE JEWS OP HOLLAND fflSLSHSU* (Ccntinued from Page 3C) rcn had one or both parents and 1.720 were full orphans of war. Of the latler. 419 have become of age and are on their own; 301 have gone abroad, the majority to Israel and the United States. and is observing of the Holidays in order to stimulate their interest in Jewish life. Other and more knotty problems still remain for the Jewish community. Today a major problem is one which concerns the 428 children who live in Gentile .. ..,;IK'428 children who live in Gentile ,n some exceptional cases with furroundmgi n di8tan| vi Uges SEASONS GREETINGS 12th Ave. Coiiimunitv Market WE NEVER CLOSE CORNER 12lh AVENUE and 7th STREET. N.W. — MIAMI. FLA. Christian families who emigrated. Of the remaining 1.000, 428 are still with Gentile foster families or in non-Jewish institutions; 474 are living with Jewish families, relatives or foster families, and 98 are in Jewish homes. These latter children are distributed toand who are difficult to reach. Some have Jewish contacts but they are very few. Wherever possible the Jewish Welfare Agency sees that children are taught Hebrew and given religious instruction. Chanuka gifts are distributed each year. Among this group, some foster parents ap ANGIE & FRED BUONCERVELLO'S PICCIOLO Italian-American Restaurant KNOWN fROM COAST TO COAST 136 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Dine in Our Open Patio OPEN EVERY DAY TIL 1 A.M. Phone 58-1869 SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OL'R FRLEXDS Cowlev Painting To. Punimg unJ De,-0ratort of Finr Homtt 4320 N.E. 1st Avenue. Miami Phone 78-6771 THE SEASON'S GREETINGS ITALIAN VILLAGE RESTAURANT 2225 LIBERTY AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA PHONE $-7115 TO ALL GREETINGS TYRl'S T. 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Psychiatrists today are study The larger one of these is Bergjng individual cases in order to stichting at Laren where there prognosticate future trends of are about 70 childrn. It is one of these children, for not only are they orphans, but in addition they v^^V^ are Jewish and have suffered traumatic experiences in having been uprooted twice, or more, in hiding, and then again upon being reclaimed by the Jewish community. These repeated separations are the main causes for their maladjustment. However, it would seem that the children who originally spent their first four to six years with their own well adjusted parents will be able to overcome these traumatic experiences. A very serious problem arises in those cases where the children are not accepted as the most outstanding institutions I Jewish by the Christian foster m Holland. Comprised of several parents with whom they contincottages, it is administered as nearly as possible like normal homes with a home-like atmosphere. 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    PAGE 4D FRIDAY SERVICE QUALITY GOOD WILL "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributors Libbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co. 8c Insulux Glass Block 1601-1619 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami 36. Florida Phone 21796 MIAMI 36. FLORIDA Our UN Newsletter B> ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) SEASONS GREET1XGS TO ALL OUR PRIEHDS Nystrand Roofing Co. 178 S.W. 17th Avenue. Miami Phone 2-2133 BEST WISHK FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASOH FRANK A. ROBERTS PAINTING 434 S.W. 9th Street. Miami. Florida Phone 9-6051 TITLE INSURANCE A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION as to the condition of title. CORAL GABLES MIAMI 100 Miracle Mil. 83-4654 L.ngford Building 82-5618 *.. ,,. ESCHOWS ~ ABSTRACTS FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAKE WITH SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR EVERY HAPPINESS THROUGH THE YEAR ANTHONY and MARY BEAUTY SALON 310 72nd STREET PHONE 86-4620 SEASON'S GREBTtHOS TO ALL OUR FR1E\DS Gulfstream Quick Freeze & Cold Storage Co 26 N.E. 27th STREET. MIAMI Phone 82-2671 UNITED NATIONS All that the Israeli delegation" "here" knows about the moves for a Palestine peace settlement which have been widely reported in the American press is what has appeared in the newspapers. As a delegation spokesman said: "We can only judge by what the Arabs do here, and they haven't given any sign of being in a more conciliatory frame of mind." At the same time.'the Israelis feel that the Arab stand ha s been no worse at this Assembly than at any previous one, despite the outrageous attempt to blackmail Western Germany into denouncing the treaty of reparations. The Arabs are making use of the United Nation! in the way they have always made use of it, for local political purposes, and their statements her e represent no substantive change in their attitude. The British, who are most anxious to see a Palestine peace settlement, and say so quite frankly, are not inclined to pay much attention to the fulmination of the Arab delegates here. Perhaps they are being too hopeful, but they say they find encouragement in. the fact that most of the Arab states supported the resolution on the Palestine refugees which, besides raising the amount of money to be used for relief purposes, would continue the plan for resettlement. Only Iraq abstained on this proposal. It is quite typical that the Arabs should refer to these reports on peace moves as "stories planted by the Jews." One of them even went so far as to say: This sort of thing has been done a hundred times before, and it won't work." If there was any need for further proof that these Arab delegates do not want a peace settle ment under any circumstances, it is provided by these comments However, the final decision on this matter does not rest with this ill-assorted crew of politicians and Nazi sympathizers who represent the Arab states at this Assembly. The. peace reports are based on" the Western diplomats' view th.it General Eisenhower will be able to bring about a peace settlement in the Middle East more easily than President Truman because of the latter s committment over the partition of Palestine "and the distrust in which he is held in Arab circles. The American dele! ?h.*r.n' e r 3 i Sa> an>lh ng ab Ut this: thev know as "• about J fu p,ans as anyone at the United Nations. Their ignor~mhi I CXt Administration, s P''cy is one reason why this Asfronung ft* m an


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    ii \ : 'A *, ., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1952 gyfeggfeffly ttftw? PAGE 9 B -••• %  | PRO AMATEUR DECEMBER 0 MADE EASY Pttbluhed below i s another in a series oj lessons in modern conversational Hebrew which will published weekly by The Jewish Floridiaft. The complete series constitutes n course aimed at pr(. I-I drag the fundamentals oj the language as it is now spoken in Israel und is based on a textbook, Hebrew Made Easy, by Mis* Shoshanu Spec tor. faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach. This and .subsequent lessons u-ill appear here in conjunction with a program over radio station VVVBAf on Sundays at 2 p.m. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is conducted by Miss Spcctor and is a feature of Jacob Schachter s Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridiaa will provide Oie visual aid necessary to participate in the course. Four a sparks of the Four Ball Championship Golf Matches held [1 Ncrmandy Isle Golf Course December 17th through 21st iroceeds from which will go to both Mount Sinai Hospital md St. Francis, form a foursome to arrange for the sale of lickets at leading hotels, department stores, golf clubs and Dther public sites in the Greater Miami area. Seen left to tight are Miss Sue McLaughlin and Mr*. Theodore Schweider Df the friends of St. Francis Committee, and Mrs. Bernard 'uller and Mrs. Jane Snetman, representing the Women's Auxiliarv of Mount Sinai. ivi Cabinet Shops 400 N.W. 24th STREET Phono 9-6197 Please," waiter, give me a'. > teaspoon With pleasure What else? Herring'i a* • %  • 4 Marinated herring %  M% • •* •• '•**•. No, I want (f) eggs gm* —>g V A fried egg, Sir? r No, please give me some ")p scrambled eggs One egg or two?; t \ Two, pl ease^ x v And for the lady? Mel-far, be-vak-ka-shah ten likap-pit ^afs^f { Be-chol ha-ka-vod! )>t mmm f Mah 'od? I Dag ma-/u-ah • %  m •- Dag ma/u-ah ka-vush Lo', 'A-ni ro-?ah be-zim Be-?i-yah 'ado-ni? %  >• -**, ->*.-* Lo', ten li be-vak-ka-shah Pba-vit-tah (Be-?ah 'a-ljat 'o she-fa-yim? | She-fa-yim betvak-ka-shah i ^ Ve-Ia-ge-i/er-ret?^ to. — i, h I Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company, New York City. Persons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector, care of The Jewish Floridian, and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50. A TIP TO OUR VISITORS: WITH THE FOLKS BACK HOME! Floridii orcfree mood...gay, casual, exciting...is reflected in scores of new Florida-made gifts and novelties. When you do your Christmas shopping for the folks back home... choose something which says — "Having a wonderful time...wish you were here with us...in Florida!" GIFT FRUITS CONFECTIONS SHEU NOVELTIES COSTUME JEWELRY TROPIC FOODS SPORTSWEAR BEACHWEAR CASUALS ACCESSORIES SPORTING GOODS one of a series of advertisements by f LORIDA POWER ft LIGH1 COMPANY "HELPING BUILD FLORIDA"



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