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The Jewish Floridian ( December 19, 1952 )

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ael Exposition Coming To Miami: (.inclusive .prof nting Israel Expohundreds of manufactured >n Israel from scientific glass hints and telephones to can[odstuffs and automobile L.,11 be opened at air-con.sliowrooms at 1604 ton Avenue on Sunday Bni December 28th, 4 p.m., sponsorship of the Israel Bond Drive. [will be the first comprellection of the proI Israeli industries, agricience, ceramics, handiMS the aa^ s a a 5*— i,fe f the Jewish State. n y Special ceremonies will mark Lf artUfl at the Rrand opening of the Expo-' sition which will record in con-1 the Negev^ which is rapidly deres which to^rT^Vel0ping int %  toSotri mS i„ ^ ^ StaU has ure h us '' f taA These minmade in developing its industry ends ,„flud. and commerce with the aid of Israel Bond proceeds. exposition include sample rock deposits and minerals from phosphates, copper, kaolin and glass sand. The Israel Exposition was dcto the official opening signed by Ismar David, prominceremony. a spec.a invitational lent Jerusalem industrial designpreview, will be held at 2 p.m., er and artist, wh Prior York World's Fair. pany plant in Israel, refrigerThe Israel Exposition will be I ators from the Philco plant and open to the public from 3 p.m. to i the latest line of shoes produced 11 p.m., 'fjn Sundays through by the Jerusalem Shoe CorporaThursday; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., on tion. All these plants originally Saturday evenings; be closed on were established wjth the aid of Fridays and during the day on i American technicians but are Saturdays. Admission will be 25 now operated exclusively by Iscents per person. | raeli labor. Among the Israeli-made pro-1 The Exposition also will inducts to be placed on public view here for the first time will be a Kaiser-Frazer automobile from the assembly plant in Haifa, tires elude samples of everyday Israeli consumer commodities: dental creams and powders, shaving creams, soaps, canned juices and on Sunday, for outstanding lead-' | tol&X&&k^l!?HSl — the ^ neral T i rc P lant and focds l uff !Alliance Tire and Rubber CornContinued on Page 2 A h liBxwjislbUEIliDididliiaup Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IME 26 Number 51 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS kited Nations Move To iUJA Adopts $145,000,000 Bring Middle East Peace •way, Seven Powers Call For feet Israel Arab Negotiations ITED NATIONS (JTA) — The United Nations moved this to bring about a Middle Eastern peace settlement by means negotiations between the State of Israel and her Arab he UN Special Ad Hoc Political Committee adopted a resoluponsored by eight powers calling for direct negotiations beI Israel and the Arab States. two resolutions which had the support of the Arab bloc. The first was a Pakistani resolution requiring expansion of the membership of the Palestine Conciliation Commission from three to five members and the transfer v date, without prejudice! of its headquarters to Jerusalem n spective rights and i from New York. The second proposal which was turned down, was a demand made by the Syrian delegate that the question of the rights of the Palestine Arab refugees be referred to the International Court of Justice for ^solution was carried by a 32 to 13. with the Soviet |bstaining. The Arab States against the resolution obtained Israel's assent. I resolution calls on the parthe dispute to '"enter at r into direct negotiations" ettlement "bearing in mind lions, as well as the lal i bjectives of the UnitItions .n the Palestine ques| including the religious tool third parties." UN committee rejected an opinion. Immediately after the vote. Iskbbi Miller Will Address Miamians Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of J ill be honored on Monday. December 22nd. with a Testi|ial Dinner to be given in his behalf by the Zionist Districts oi %  ". Florida at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. tab Miller, long active in American and Jewish aflairs, w..s er president of the American Jewish Congr ess, a delegat e %  U> founding session of the JUl J> wish Congress and is a liber „f the World Jewish res Executive Committee. ring World War II, as secre-general of the Jewish Conhe was a prominent figure [ in Jewry's fight against Ml and later represented • at the Paris Peace conferdinncr committee are: Rabbi Maver Abramowitz, Morris Alpert. Louie Bandel. Leonard Barr, Sam Blank. Rabbi Abraham Cassel, Messrs. Daniel Cravitt. Irving Cypen, Morns Frank. Harry Genet. Leonard H. Glasser. Isidore Goldberg, Dr. Morris Goodman. S. A. Goodman. Svdney J. Gnenberg, Ra bi Jacob J. Honig. Abe Hurew.tz, ArKahn, Abraham Kasow, and Sam rael Ambassador Abba Eban pledged that his government would take immediate steps to open negotiations for a peace settlement. He was answered by Syrian delegate Ahmed Shukairi, who stated that the Arabs would not negotiate with Israel until the Jewish State "respected" the UN decisions on Palestine. The vote was a resounding defeat for the Arab States and an ironical result of their own actions. The "Palestine question" had not figured on the agenda of the current General Assembly until the Arab States insisted on its inclusion. Their action was immediately followed by inclusion of Israel's complaints against the Arab States. The resolution calling for direct talks — which the Arabs bitterly oppose — was introduced after the committee had been given, f.>r endless days, a rehash of all the Arab complaints, charges and grievances against Israel. The cycle of Arab and Israel charge and counter-charge was broken this time though, when Ambassador Eban, speaking for Israel, made a moving plea for peace and blueprinted a peace program for the Middle East. His lead was immediately picked up by Norway and seven other neutral powers that moved a resolution calling for direct negotiations. The Arabs unsuccessfully countered this by seeking inclusion of conditions committing Israel in advance to acceptance of major Arab demands. When these tactics failed, the Arabs sought to have the resolution withdrawn in its entirety and the subject of Palestine deleted from the agenda. Goal At New York Meeting NEW YORK (JTA) — The three-day annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal concluded here with the adoption of a resolution setting forth the UJA objective for 1953 as the raising of "the largest possible sums" to meet the urgent needs of its constituent agencies — The United Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee and United Service for New Americans — totalling nearly $145,000,000. Edward M. M. Warburg was unanimously re-elected general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal for the third successive year. The 1,200 delegates at the .hur eparations for the Testimonhave been planned by f"in, II e of local Zionist leadRabbi Leon Kronisn [representing the Zionist disMiami Beach, Miami. (; les, Broward County da Zionist Districts | Miami Beach. the committee is firman Seymour B. Liebman, mas, president of the Zionist District, SidEd Oka, Morris Simon Lachman. Also serving on the committee are Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Eniei Lesowoder. David Levinson. Dr. I.,„ M. Levin. Kolman Luna, Norman R. Lyons. Abraham Mason, Rabb, Moses MeschelofJ, M,ssrs. Jack MUler Al Osh* Al Ossip. Jo Platoff. Sam Prosterman, R-OJI Di E E. Kaplan serving as j Joseph K. Ha< knvsky. 1 an men. will begin at 6:30 ta at $4.50 per per•ilable from any of the [ Committee or at man soouii, %  d Bond Offices in Miami B. Spund. Bernard Sterling ch oi Miami. Members of the* Milton Weiss. H.bbi living Miller HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (JTA)—Adam Graetz, 24-year old captain of the Israeli freighter SS Abraham Graetz, was taken off his vessel and brought ashore here by tug on orders of his father, one of the owners of the vessel. Port officials described Captain Graetz as "mentally ill". Reports from Israel, on the basis of which the ship's owners asked that the captain be brought ashore, said that he had radioed Premier David Ben-Gurion and other government officials demanding that his father. H. RGraetz, be appointed Minister of Communications and that the director of that Ministry be brought to trial, or he would sink the ship. When ordered by radio to ignore the captain, the radioman replied to Tel Aviv that the captain was enforcing his orders at the point of a pistol. On tlie advice of a psychiatrist, messages were sent to the captain that his ultimatums had been accepted and suggesting that he fly back to Israel to*attend the trial of the director of communications Mini •, | r several messages i Ived in Israel, the captain's father flew to the United States en route to the vessel which is due in Halifax some time this week. conference acclaimed him for his dedicated leadership of the UJA during his previous two terms of office. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz was also re-elected vice chairman of the UJA for the third successive year. The sum of $2,250,000 in checks toward the 1952 goal was presented at the final session by leaders of Jewish communities. The conference also adpoted a resolution seeking to reverse a downward trend in UJA allocations by some communities. The resolution urged that "all communities refrain from making allocations to the UJA out of the proceeds of their campaigns without first giving the UJA an opportunity to have its representatives meet with the repre| sentatives of the communities for a full discussion of mutual problems and needs." The 1,200 Jewish community leaders from all parts of the country were told by Warburg that the United Jewish Appeal, in the 14 years of its existence, has raised' more than $806,000,000. and has succeeded in assisting' resettlement and aid programs for a total of 2.240,000 Jews. This sum includes $72,000,000 raised during 1952. William Rosenwald, national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, called attention to the $144,354,250 required by the UJA agencies in the coming year and said that the United Israel Appeal would require the largest sum, or $117,250,000, with $25.491.000 needed by the Joint Distribution Committee, $545,250 by the United Service for New Americans, and $1,238,000 by the New York Association for New Americans. He pointed out that of the $144,354,250 required by the UJA constituent agencies in the coming year, more than 90 percent, or $130,600,000. is proposed for expenditure in Israel .done. General Zionists Asked In Cabinet TEL AVIV (JTA>—Announcement of the conclusion of an agreement for the entrance of the .General Zionist Party into the ; Israel Cabinet is expected here following the meeting of the Central rommitteees of the Ma•icPGpncral Zionist Parties j to approve negotiations to this which have been taking for the past week.



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PAGE 2 A Je*istncrkJ&n Cherner Friedland, Lachman, Fruchtman Named To Top Level Appeal Positions Stepping up the appointments of top level personnel in His Campaign Cabinet, Howard Kane, chairman of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal, this week announced (election of four prominent ; ~mi Beach citizens to positions of leadership. Joseph Cherner, nationally known philanthropist, has bi en spited treasurer, and Samuel Friedland, founder and chairman of Store?, of the pointed the Board of Food Fair Inc.. will be chairman Pace Setters Unit. Charles Fruchtman was named chairman of the growing Winter Residents Unit, and Sam Lachman. will head the important Hotel Unit. Pace setters are scheduled to meet during the first week in January at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland to plan the Initial Gifts function on January 11th, at the Saxony Hotel. Outstanding personalities in the world of entertainment, government, philanthropy and religion will be guests of honor" at this social event, it has been announced by Chairman Friedland. The affair will officially launch the 1953 fund drive. The Initial Gifts affair is being dedicated to the late Jack Ab-1 lin who was selected to head the! Appeal. Tiie unique social event is being planned in an effort to combine numerous smaller functions into one evening and will mark sharp dep.i: tun :: usual p % %  % %  pr edun which limits %  : Inii Gifl iffaii V the first 1 nd % % %  '.I be invited to • \ enEC ..... Ap| 'hen een nami i January I Meeting. J ity in 1 Fthe.C in in :•. %  i vening. Cherntr Fruchtman Lachman peal with a reception and dinner dedicated to Jack Abhn. At this last year's drive, according to Fruchtman. It is expected that wider coverage of this group will be greater in the 1953 campaign. Fruchtman stated. The winter resident in the I Qreatei Miami area owns his j I home here, lives here the greater part of the yur. pays taxes, lends his children to our local schools 1 and is free to utilize the many! local agencies supported through the CJA," Fruchtman "These folks are sincerely inipating in this drivi I ipp rt la tutions and a Is i 1 %  nan Lachman n I with ratoi at .i luncln in at Mount Sinai Repreentath I %  r industry peration in : F Uowing the lun • i the note] men 1 • %  d the h spital which is the maj >r i ical beneficiaries in %  nd women in the field of welfare and philanthropy comprise lutstanding event, we hope to raise the largest sum ever realized in this community in any one tingle evening ;>nd thus insure tlka success of the campaign he would have led." Tentative plans for the social affair include a program featuring an outstanding personality in world politics, a prominent movie star and a full evening of entertainment. The Winter Residents Division surpassed all previous goals in the 1953 CJA cabinet, it was pointed out by Administrative Coordinator Kanner. However, bulk of the campaign job is performed by more than 1,200 volunteer workers who annually seek to raise funds from all Dade County residents for the supf the United Jewish Appeal. United Service for New Americans, the United Israel Apand the Joint Distribution Committee In addition, seven Greater Mian, i agencies which are benefactors in the campaign include Ml Sii pit il, J< wish Horn* for the Ag< I, of Jewish I ition, Jew.-), s cial B> i %  .•ic. Bureau, Jewish Vocational Service Great Miami Jewish Community Center and National 1 Women. Israel Exposition Coming To Miami Continued from Pag* 1 A women and children, newspapers. books and recordings, hand showers and bathtubs, pharmaceuticals, wines and candy. In announcing details of the Exposition, Joseph M. Rose, chairman of the Greater Miami Committee for Israel Bonds, declared: "The Exposition will-graphically reflect the tremendous stridetowaid economic self sufficiency made by the people of Israel in the last four years with the help of American technical skill and American capital. The auspicious beginning of its pro-. gram of industrialization and expansion, however, is merely an indication of its great potential. • The purpose of the $500,000,000 Israel Independence Bond Issue is to enable Israel to achieve that great potential. "Israel has the manpower, the skill and the natural resources. It needs only capital to become a modern, prosperous, forwardlooking democracy, a dynamic force for progress not only in the Middle East but throughout the world. American investments in Israel Bonds will provide the capital to ensure the success of Israels great three-year indus-1 trial program,. "The Israel Exposition will trate one fact above all— the Land of Promise has become the Land of Performance." FRIDAY. C, "> E C "on Telephone s. Ml rasTd, RATS. ROACHES. MK; 'MEMBIROFB'NAIL Coll 2-1776" • I to top conthe campaign. : Kane statAssisting Lachman i i ly death of Jack %  ted to head '' %  Con bini I Jewish Ap: a void in the ranks of ,;ur J mmunity. His pro: %  : leading a successful campaign was left unfulfiili %  "On s %  : January lith. in I • S x. :.;. if ,,. ;. wo Wll open i ur 1953 i ., Ap vice chairmen will be Abe Kin-man, Jack Muravchick and Joe Gardner. Aaron Kanner. liaison aide to Campaign Chairman Howard Kane, is coordinating the organization of the working divisions of the campaign. Still to be named are chairmen Of the Apartment House and Motel Unit, Women's Division, Metropolitan Division and Youth Division. Thirty-nine prominent men CAMP AKIBA FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS I 28th Season IN THE PICTURESQUE POCONOS NEAR STROUDSBURG. PA 85 MILES FROM NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA USDER THE DIRECTION OF MORRIS EDELSON LOUIS SHERR AND MEYER HEIMAN "Tops In Camping" Separate exclusive camps for Boys and Girls. 950 Acre* ?n^r n T t f S r OTd W O dland8 Priv e l <**Superb Water Sports, The fanest in equipment and facilities. Unexcelled cuisine. Resident physicians and nurses. REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE 1953 SEASON MORRIS EDELSON and LOUIS SHERR • Beach for a limited stay and will b 3 plea c ,.., W -, H parents interested m enrollment. MORRIS EDELSON 6805 Abbott Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 86-3158 LOUIS SHERR Hotel Coronet Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 86-6211 CAMP OFFICE: 1909 Spruce Street Philadelphia 3. Pa. Phone: PEnnypacker 5-6000 West Flagler Dog Track Opens Next Week Decked out in all its color and splendor of former years. West Flagler Kennel Club swings open its gates Christmas night for a spectacular 91-night meeting. All is ready for the big Inaugural. Assembled at the picturesque canine oval is a galaxy of great racing champions, Derby and Stake title holders that made history on America's leading summer tracks before heading South for the new West Flagler meeting. Many of the stars will be in action in a special program of img races on Sunday afternoon, December 21st, when the Miami Herald Lend-A-Hand Christmas Charity Program is i at West Fll There will be no wagering that day, nor will there be an admisI ge W< it Flagler Kennel Club also announces the opening of its new Terrace Box Section. The new section has 532 box chairs. Nightly and advance reservations will be accepted at 82-8561. Reservations between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.. should be made at 4-9123 West Flagler again this year has many exclusive features in greyhound racing. It is the only greyhound track m Metropolitan Miami staging nightly hurdle racing, officials here said. Weal Flagler is also the only dog hack in the world using the famous All-Glass starting %  box winch brings about more iiven starts m dog racing. Still other exclusive featUJ %  re the gigantic electric i-ioth of a second..the electric oescribtr board which flash, the leading greyhoundat the various positions on the track and the special Steam-heating system for. cool nights. In addition to all of these, West Flagler also features marathon racing and musical entertainment by Mannie Gates and his Orchestra. Post time for the first race is 8 pjn. DAY WORKERS $5 & FARE COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN DDIVATC UAMCJ SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. lit Avi. Ph. •-3607 No Charge to Employer 35C Lincoln Hotd Mezzanine — Phone ll| Entrance or Washing!*} OCUL1SU. • Prescriptions Filled' • Lenses and Frame | Dupiiccted • Large Selection in! 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DECEMBER 19. 1952 .%  +Je*1stnnrrti„ %  .... _., %  -. [7/ Say... Simonhojf, Jewish Floridian c lumnist u jfeto >'orfc City, au>atting (h< ,, ,., fchcominfl book. The following it a Siinoiihoff to our offices hi the Second World War, I wai Dr travel, even to revisit p] u conscious intention of writing a I put el >wn spot Impresaioni v. ii i ir waiting for trains, often whiting %  boats or planes. These writings KI la ,.,klv column! in The Jewish Fl. ridian ).V of DISTANCE traveler often finds it difficult t.> preserve a the strange and the marvelc.us while looking lu< places. The exotic is seldom foreign to its lironment What promised to be bizarre might commonplace. The banyan tree indigenous to I not as sturdy, as leafy, a s multi-brunt-hcri as its [nted offshoot in Miami. On closer view, th.' |mountain is mere rock, its grass quite stringy, gglinttrees somewhat scrawny. The. antique and plazas of Spain are duplicated and even ki ni Coral Gables. Cathedrals look more im|n technicolor movies. The medieval castle might jijc tn novelists, but to its dwellers it must have ,b and drafty. Only after distance widens the time banishes that familiarity which destroys reverence, does one recall the tang, the flavor, uliar cenii of foreign places. lEMS IN WRITING [writer is never rid of the nightmare as to what lid say that has not already been said a thousIgg. The landscapes before him have been word by competent artists, sensitive to nature scentensive travel literature dwells meticulously PAGE 5 A UNDER STRANGE SKIES By HARRY SIMONHOFF Churchy squares, building* streets, temples, and tue, .v, I y notable eity. What can the tourisl wth "„, alrt ady appra, d '" lithographic With ample description in the booklet, of travel I. DECISION ? ,u rn i fr ? n became urgent about putting trave „ rt ,,, s U1 b()( k Thc ^^J 'Pleasing were not to be taken too seriously %  hen I learned that many of these sketches were % %  ';. m .he be* Anglo-Jewish weeklies. the !" t£ • %  on a different aspect. I then considered rewriting Sood tSi ia i but f ; und il diffkult to "SpS n,e w th the I P, eVal L cd n ,he spot fr %  contact With the scene and its people. So besides some necesn v,ft ITlT and Cdiling decidcd t0 lcave th rial larg.lv as it appeared in my columns. This s,o ,;'n C U ,K r th u aPP: "' Cnt lack of coordination, of squenee within chapters, of subject matter not altogether integrated. SUBJECT MATTER Strictly speaking, this is not a book of mere travel, in the main, it consists of reflections about Jewish groups in foreign lands, their past and present their acceptance or rejection by their environments. For that reason, I included a chapter on the Miami community, its phenomenal growth, its quick rise from obscurity to prominence, its vitality and affluence is not without precedence in the age long Jewish saga. I saw cities that once contained communities as flourishing; today a cemetery or street name bears mute testimony to their former existence. I feel that observations by an eye witness even when warped and prejudiced have value, especially to future investigators. Yet my object is not to instruct. Primarily, books should be read for amuseIshe Dies At 67; bus Mourns 11. came to Dr. Bowman F. Bounder and only presithe I'niversity of Miami, Tuesday. %  fined ti Irs HospitICoral Gab pr the pas' Neks, Dr. died of J lal hemorat 1:45 p. was 67 ment. So if any one picks up this volume and fir ^ sufficient interest to read it through, I shall be ami: compensated. CHOICE OF NAME Selecting a title was not altogether free of perplexities, I even appealed to my readers and received a flattering response. Out of more than 100 names SU gested in letters to The Jewish Floridian many have merit; some are perhaps more suitable' than Uni r Strange Shies, the title that appeals to my publish .. And since I offered an Israel Bond for the title that would be used, a word of explanation is in order. Returning to New York from India, I lunched With several friends, including a Yiddish writer, who p> i B a sense for the poetic. He greeted me as a s t of prodigal son wandering "Unter Frcmde Himmel..' The expression immediately registered. Under Strai ge Skies is not too faithful a translation; in fact frcv :-!n also mean foreign, or exotic, or even hostile. Some Yiddish loyalists would consider Unter Fremde Hi >.meln a more appropriate title than its English translation. THE AWARD The Yiddish poet refused the gift on the ground that he did not consciously offer any name; actually he did not even remember the expression, which he had used quite casually. I therefore donated the bond to the Library of the Bureau of Jewish Education. All my friends who were kind enough to write letters suggesting titles will, I am sure, be pleased to know that the Bond of Israel will add to the excellent collection in the Jewish Library at 135 NW 3rd Avenue. The manuscript is with the printer. The Philosophical Library, my publisher, assures me the book will oe ready for distribution early in the coming year. Dr. Ash* I werii. Inded yesi thous! students mourned the t-r of the 27-year-old uniRabbi Shapiro Will Address Pioneer Women's Group Here A Chanuka Celebration Dinner will be sponsored by the Golda Myerson Club, Pioneer Women's Organization, on Sunday evening, December 21st, 6 p.m., at the Israelite Center. Co-chairmen of the affair are I the Mesdames Pearl Kreiger, Lizzie Litt and Anna Frey. The co-chairmen said that Rabbi David Shapiro will be guest speaker. Rabbi Shapiro currently heads the Hebrew Academy Membership Drive and is chairman of the Jewish National Fund Board of Directors here. Presented on the musical portion of the program will be Miss Ruth Brotman, with Miss Anyuta Meliov at the piano. sah Member Drive Mei ship Drive of the k Mi: mi Springs Jewish |unity Center will be cliby a social affair on %  day < vening, January 4th, p.m., according to an anuncnt by Center officials ek, Amaranth Meet Monday Flamingo Court r* I. 12, Order of the Amaranth, will meet on Monday, December 22nd, 8 p.m., at 429 Lenox Avenue. Royal Matron Mrs. Saul Meringoff and'the Couit will honor Master Masons. This will also be Revelation Night. Sorin Honored At Broward Affair Joseph T. Sorin, of Hollywood, Florida, was honored last week at a surprise Testimonial as outgoing master of the Masonic Lodge of Broward County, No. 300, F. & A.M. Sorin was instrumental in founding the Lodge in August, 1950. A plaque was presented him for his role in advancing the Lodge's work. Son of Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, 1771 SW 4th Street. Miami, he is the brother of Samuel Sorin, noted concert pianist. Candlelight Cotillion Is Planned By Young Adults Ed Klein, president of the Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces a Candlelight Cotillion for Wednesday, December 24th, 9 p.m. in the Center Social Hall. "Arrangements have been made for a band and refreshments," reports Bob Stone, Social Committee chairman. Proceeds will go towards the purchase c: a movie projector for thc Religious School. Helping on the Social Committee are Arlene Weisblatt, Jane Goldstein. Phyllis Goldstein, WUma Shulman, Phil Paul and D m Marks. 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Rubin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late William B. Rubin, formerly of 334 NW 24th Avenue, Miami, will take place Sunday, December 21st. 3:15 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemeterv, with Rabbi Irvftig Lchrman officiating. Mr. Rubin is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Etta Dobres and Mrs. Anna Siegcl, and a brother, Morris Rubin, all of Newark, New Jersey. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company, Miami. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. General Repair on all Make Trucks and Carl Electric and Acetylene Weldlni; COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Painting Free Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service Phones 3-2244. 2-6652 840 SW. 8th Street ATTENTION — MIAMI PARENTS CAMP GE-WAH-NA on beautiful Silver Lake, Sullivan County. N.Y 80 miles from N.Y.C. 23rd year Dietary laws. Boys and girls. 4 to 16 Three thousand satisfied campers from Eastern Seaboard recommen. us for quarter.century. 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PAGE 4 A • Kaafelumnfl FRED K. SHOCHET : E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Tfc Jwls* PtorMlan toes ""i niamnlei rutii ..t the mrchnduw advertlsfd In lu i "i SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Vear S3.00 Two Years FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1952 $5.00 During The Week .. A /-tWWWWV. BT LEO MINDLIN 8 I ••I Volume 26 Teveth 1, 5713 Number 51 Congressional Betrayal The McCarran Act, America's most dastardly immigration legislation, goes into effect on Wednesday next. Few laws have given rise to more resentment, discussion and personality assassination than this impossible excuse for democratic action. Few have created more international disturbance. Congressional debate attending its passage would make this nation's Founding Fathers weep with shame. In true Fascist fashion, our venerable representatives in Washington referred to the "scum of Europe" from whose infiltration here they would save America. Implying the existence of "superior peoples", these representatives made a mockery of the Bill of Rights which they profess to hold so dear. No nation has ever cut its throat more neatly. No government has ever insulted its own citizens more roundly. No republic has sold its birthright more cheaply. &FN£RAl*ASSrTMBLV. 1 .% l'.iil.T Wanos A great American-Jewish leader is waning before our eyes. His name is Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver. Few can easily forget the brilliance with which he argued World Jewry's cause before the United Nations at the conclusion of World War II. Armed with a poetic sense for past history and an oratorical fluency, he successfully downed attack heaped upon attack brought to beaT against him by delegates horn the Arab League nations. Since then. Rabbi Silver has seen fit to part ways with the Zionist Organization of America. He has become increasingly reticent and silent, speaking out only on occasion to air his dislike for Israel's Prime Minister or to display his bitterness and resentment over the failure of many of his personal ambitions. Last week, Rabbi Silver cautioned World Jewry against accepting as fact the anti-Semitic purges in Czechoslovakia. Those who know the Rabbi also know his conservative position. It is therefore doubly tragic now to read reports that he has been hailed by the Communist press as a rare and outstanding example of World Jewish liberalism. We are convinced beyond any doubt that Rabbi Silver holds such identification in contempt. Yet, will he be forced to live with the laurel that the Kremlin bestows upon him. for the Red doctrine is to employ all personalities, groups and nations, as well as their individual needs, so long as it is advantageous for their end. In Rabbi Silver's case, courtship of the extreme right has come to mean shaking hands with the radical left. The Rabbi has turned the cycle and embraced with his stated enemy, enemy. Kabbi Miller Visits IS Miami J ew T again welcomes Rabbi Irving Miller. Since his presence here last March, the Rabbi has been elected to presidency of the Zionist Organization of America and has held top-level conferences with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion in Israel. This shows a busy calendar, indeed, for the spiritual leader of a Synagogue in Long Island. New York. But one need hear Rabbi Miller speak only once to become acquainted with the intense quality that motivates his life. During his last trip to Miami, the Rabbi spoke before volunteer workers for the Combined Jewish Appeal. On Monday and Tuesday next, he will talk in behalf of Bonds of Israel. Such an all-round approach to the needs of the new Jewish state shows that Rabbi Miller is thoroughly at ease with Zion. There can be no greater tribute to his personality. We hope that a good deal of his infectious enthusiasm will be imparted to our community's residents. Rabbi Miller's non-partisanship in this matter is an ideal toward which we all must aim. £> ^C JEWISH TtlFWftrXic AonacKr--^.-.^ jf^J THE EXTENDED HAND OF FRIENDSHIP — Pr1 *U the dregs of the English vocabulary to character T^i peer, populations they would deny American c, Jlfl further reaching international significance he ** %  that the United States is increasingly becoming ,*,!? %  tion and control for masses of world humanity imbol *s This brought Judge Levinthal to mind of his rvr J Germany and Austria during the Nazi trials at *„'?* %  War II. State Department officials, he said tn i n exclll over immigration papers and could authorize or shelv,^! Amazing is the fact that quotas did not enter into ]yTM and that the US Government could accept no ppei J such arbitrary Judgments. In effect, the overseas oft J Government had hired were endowed with untouchrtu.ee 1 nence. %  % %  THE McCARRAN ACT OFFICIALLY goes iota t HJ Wednesday. No immediate consequences of its provinamB anticipated, although State Department policy has been toll according to these provisions as early as three months an M any, will be the visible changes within the US proper But astute observers will notice an increasingly henj waged against America—particularly by the S< ence. In this regard. Judge Levinthal made reference to'0,1 Czechoslovaks fiasco and was horrified bv my rewn ha] week. In the face of official Communist Party news "releatB lished with the blessings of Moscow and Prague, he wondenJ there could be any doubt about the current Holy War agaiasll national Zionism". | At the time of the Munich trials, he said, the Russual carrying on trials of their own in East Germany to piraii'l criminals against humanity caught and brought to justice tal Red Army. Among them, was an SS officer who on a mjJ Communist stage, confessed in detail his reprehensible pans] the Hitler holocaust. But the previously coached German ral to add that he could hardly help himself, since he had bewail of a Capitalist-Fascist government and could do nothing lal obey orders. Already then, Judge Levinthal noted, the Russians :.


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" [y DEC EMBER 19, 1952 Skoim \aar ttere irrvssful lAnnuiil Bazaar and ChilICarnival of'Temple Beth Sisterhood concluded fully Wednesday, acto Mrs. AppleBazaar Je*lsHk>rMter an ,• storebulglofl merchanevery deDP, the ood servpublic in holiday atini 5id."* Aptelbu ^*ls realized from the thich is an annual funcif tlie Sisterhood, will go i the support of the Beth Heligious School, the hold's major project. Greenwald Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jerome Greenwald, formerly of 2142 Alton Road will take place Sundav December 2Ut at i „.,„. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Greenwald is survived by his wife, Sophie, three sons, Morton. Allen and Louis, two daughters. Barbara and Linda, also a sister, Mrs. Heanore Kleiman. Mr. Greenwald was Past President of Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, a member of B. P. O. Elk No. 1601 of Miami Beach, a Mason and a member of Beth Bholem Congregation. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives an asked to be present. PAGE 5A Announces Retirement NEW YORK —The retirement from active service of Isaac L. Asofsky, executive director of HIAS, after 40 years of association with the Society, was announced here by Ben Touster, HIAS president. p Will Serve As Chairman Of ist Luncheons; Liebman Speaks as, acting president of Greater Miami Committee of Bonds for Israel, associate chairman of the Board of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District, 1950 associate chairman of the Miami Beach Community Chest, a past vice president and present honorary trustee of the East Midwood Jewish Center of Brooklyn and editor of its Bulletin, and a founder and former first vice president of Midwood Lodge of B'nai B'rith. He is also on the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and is a member of the National Executive Committee of the ZOA. Charles H. Lee will report on the latest Israeli news. Assisting Ossip with arrangements are Daniel Broad, Jacob C. Fishman, Frank A. Gordon. Irving Schatzman. Hairy Son/. Rabbi David Shapiro, Mrs. Faye Tupler and Mi.Ossip Jon i Beach Israel Zionist ct. announces the opening of the Zionist Luncheon | for Wednesday. December 12:15 p.m., at the RitzHotel. ert E. Ossip will again as chairman and toastmastIthese luncheons, Jonas said. is past commander of the L Beach Pest No. 330, Jewfar Veterans, vice president Mi r.'s Club of the Miami Jewish Center, president Dade County Mutual Ini A i nta Club and a mera|f the Zionist Board of Di-Miami Window. In „?K" ''" k h S 5 th bir! '"' v is terday, Samuel J. Goldiarb.' prTmTinenl busin, B and philanthropic leader, of Miami Beach and New R.mi Si eS abll h ed a SO COO '"nd at the Jewish Theological zZTl f ^ 'V""; Th< fu::d wiU bt kn Wll as the Rabbi Ben con V f ',' Wsh P • • An ong Miami Beach residents who reH SUeeessfully passed the State Bar Examination are Jordan ltL T a/ v 6r B i umer Irwin Su % Herman. Irving Ernest Miller. Herbert Toiias Simon ar.d Irving Sleinhardt Appointed assistant county solicitors are David Drucker and Kicheid E. Gersfein. The dun have agreed to abandon private lawpractice when th.y take office on January 6th, under John D. Marsh. county solicitors lect Graduated from'the Army's Far East Chemical School at Camp Gifu, Japan, is Private Robert Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs, Murray Schneider, 1250 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach • Governor Fuller Wan n has appointed Nathaniel j. Klein, promuiem Miami B. > h attorney, as a member of the State Board of Law enting the Fourth Congressional District. Klein, who resides at 4030 Alton Road, succeeds Louis M. Jepeway An oil portrait oi Max Orovitz. president of the Board of Mount Sinai Hospital, will grace the walls of the medical institution. Presentation of the portrait was made here by the hospital's staff. Artist is Mrs. Florence Taylor Kushner Named councilman in El Portal last week was Joseph A. Wanick, assistant city attorney of Miami Beach. The recipient of 275 ballots, Wanick has been an outspoken critic of the village's past administration Undergoing basic indoctrination training with the Air Force at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, is Stanley Goldenberg, son of Mrs. Rose Goldenberg, 2389 SW 23rd Street ... An exclusive contract to furnish all rattan furniture used by the Federal Government was awarded last week to the Empire Furniture Factory and Rattan Works, 1225 NE 2nd Avenue, pioneer Miami manufacturing concern which employs physically handicapped persons almost exclusively. Leo Axlrod, factory manager, said the value of the contract will run in the neighborhood of $500,000 yearly Olin E. Watts, of the State Board of Law Examiners, told these Miamians that they have passed their bar examinations: Paul George Hyman. Herbert A. Kuvin and David Sachs Stern New Monarch of Mi-Am-I is Sig EUenberg. Also named to posts this week were Norman Druck, chief justice; Lewis Kalif, venerable prophet; Milton Warshaw. marshal; and Woody Woodsmal. treasurer. Silverman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Max Silverman formerly of 520 SW 1st Street, Miami, will take place Sunday, December 21st at 2:15 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Airangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. LEGAL NOTICE ker will be Seymour n, prominent Miami att irney and Zionist officbjed will be: Jews, %  I. i n is chairman of the nl of Organizations for the Blum Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Mollie Blum, formerly of 4360 SW 3rd Street. Miami, will take place Sunday. December 21st at 2:15 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Blum is survived by three s.in-, Dave. Ben and Paul all of New York, two daughters, Mrs. Belle Janavay ol Miami and Mrs. Minnie Abramovitz of New York. also, one brother and one sister. Ai rangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. i Janavey Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Janavey formerly of 4260 SW 3rd Street, Miami will take place Sunday, December 21st at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Janavey is survived by his wife. Belle, a son Phillip, a brother Harry, and two sisters. Mrs. Mary Rapshin of Miami Beach and Mrs. Eva Chanin of Brooklyn. Arrangements arc in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are i asked to be present. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAIVIC LW NOTICE 18 11 !•: 111:1:1" RIVEN that %  i. igned, desiring to i ngi | bi .under the 11 titli i me of HENRY'S, at 2!M Mlrai le Mite, i I Cables, Kla int. nils <<. r< g I wjih the i ii-rk of ihe I Couri of bade County, Florida. HENRY lil'.nl lu.\ 12/19-26 -I :• NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Aeti of 1941 File A-17644 NOTICE IS HEKEIIY fJIVEN that NATHANIEL W. SIEOEL, holder of Town of North .Miami 'rax Bali Certificate No. 117n. Issued on the second da) of September, A.D. 1988, ban filed same la mj office, and baa made application fur a tax need t<. be Issued thereon. Bald Certificate embrace*] tinfollowing described property i:i the County or Dade, State "f Florida, m-wit: Lots IT A.l(, Block 2;. Pulford Highlands, Second Addition, Plat Book s, Pan,. 103, lying .inii being in the Town eese f r* Albert Cssip •ORDOn KOOFING AND SKF.F.T METAL WORKS I "ill •1y# repaired nowi ysu on • new roof later 6t'ifaetory Work by >jrincad Men" a. w. aand Avenue ""ONI 4-ueo S*i P.M TENTS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts ot 1941 File A-17635 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that NATHANIEL W. BIBGAl* holder of Town of North Miami Tax Sale Certificate No. 122, issued the 7th da:•' ol June, A.D, 1848, has filed sami i m> office, ami has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the followi B di 11bed nropei tj In the > "ounly of Dude, siai."f i orlda, to-wll. Lots : ,v v. Block 21, Pulford Highlands, Second Addn.. Section 18, Township 52 South, Itange 12 ast. I'lai Book v Page tut. In the Town of North Miami, Count) of Dade, State "f Florida, The assessment "f said projierty unde the said certificate was in the ii.i in, of: W'm. McArthur. fnli si i 'I i ei tifieat. • shall be I • deemed according to law, the property ,i, ci bed herein III be sold to the hlg-hi -i blddei al the Court ll door on th. first Monday In the i ,,( Fell ii i 195 Itli It Ii I he 2nd das of Fell uary, 1953. 17th da; of R B. LEATHERMAN, Clei h ol l' I %  % % %  Da le Counts, Hoi 'i Seal) N. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 File A. 17645 Mil ICK IS HEREBY OIVEN I I N.STi; AM 'I. v\ I |,.. | ., i then n Bald pert in %  I I'"' ropi ol Flo „ ,. i., is 23 M Uli I %  I • l "" 1 Hlghl %  v Hook •, I'age H I, in the Town of North Miami, Counts of Dade, si iti ol I %  No 132. T % %  nrnpe i %  I'nki .. !...!to act. Bio ford ll • '' J.' I ,.;,, Powi of Ni MI \ nl. county 1 rtlficate No of I'nki .. be n t Monti ^**T8fj U.VO.PM.2.J, 61 CALIFORNIA STYLE Better Because /f's Breakstones.' Miami Office 153 IS.E. 29th S^ Phone 82-4731 i.D ;• I A %  17th tin; of II IB. 1 EATHERM I Clerk, Cli I ..,.., I Floi da. %  ",'' x' i' ETT. i • %  I 1 !-8 NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW lHEREBY OH EN that desiring t enga KM M.l. ninis BfRBAl %  i u. Intend to sg.,,,„. ,vi.i, the I-I~ or Bade i .mnty. ,! .His K. :..!.:. ytll.TON KINS' EIN MILTON A ; REIDMAN v : • for A| pllcants Idlng I! 19-26 >r



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PAGE 6 A +Jmlst> Flcrktiair) FRIDAY G^ttictw y Velaltb &f ots HELEN ALPERT Such excitement! Cross-country phones busied early Monday morning — just as this column was rolling into the typewriter — announcing the birth of a son a few hours ago to popular Alcene Hirsch and Martin Brandt in Los Angeles — Martin phoned the joyful tidings to his mother here Mrs. Dora Keller, and even in the flurry of becoming a father reminded i what a darling) to notify me pronto. The baby probably will be named Alcan in memory of Alcene's brilliant chemist father for whom she herself is named. Her mother. Muriel Hirsch Pick, is delighted Martin's now an Air Force corporal stationed in San Francisco where they've both been getting hot parental tips from his sister Evvie Frumin who's filling the Frumin California home with a hearty set of little Frumins: twin sons, a tiny daughter and a new baby soon to bob into sight. Can't I please be Honorable Grandmother" It's been only 7 years since w e all rocketed through high school together when Alcene was the glamorous drum-majorette and Martin the handBome football hero who convulsed the school with his roles in senior plays — remember how contemptuously he ate that apple? when I gang bubbled with Dave Guttman. Hilary.Levin, Jam. Goldstein, Charlene, Jimmy Honigsbaum, "Epsom Salts" Herbie, Arthur, StewCohan Marsl I] Harris, GI ria Saal when Jack and Ma< Gil :; llv, '*t It frtthly clnd, smartly •*£*. ,rop.r,„ Compl.u outfits Including ihoii. PHONE 48-2084 WSBSSB Coral Gables DECEMBER Peggy Kaplan Will Wed Rabfc vTTT Cussd. Bride-Elect's Mother \n„ alu S Mrs. Helen DeFrece, of 875 5th Avenue, New York, has announced the betrothal of her daughter. Mrs. Peggy Kaplan, to Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel. of the Kneseth Israel Congregation, Miami Beach. The bride-elect has been a resident of Miami Beach for many years and is affiliated with most of the major charitable and religious organizations here. She is especially active in Hadassah and has also been working zealously for the Greater Miami Committee. Bonds of Israel Government Rahbi Cassel is spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Congregation and founder and director of its Psychological and Guidance Clinic. He has also been conducting the Guide To The Perplexed program on the radio weekly. He h(dels the Masters degree in Psychology from Columbia University arjd is a candidate for the PhD degree there. Rabbi C > : if the only ordained Rabbi who is a member Of the Florida Psychological Ass >. i.ition. Mrs. Peggy Kip| Hertz, Shugar Wed In Baltimore; Kride Wears Imported Rose Point Satin (kmj Miss Anne Hertz andlk.| oH Shu„ red OH 19th. at the Sheraton Hotel in B dtimore, Manfl Rabbi H s.nblstt, sjnofij Cantor J seph RUM iated. Newly wed MrShufsj| daughter : Mr. and Mrs.I ice Hertz, 452ti Pinel-ftl Miami Beach. The bria is the son of Mr. and Hit! ris Shugar, Baltimore. The bride was atured i imported i se punt am lace gown and Wore veil. She was given is nuoB by her mother and lathe The bride's sister. Sti Cossman, was matron of 1 Best man was Donald the groom's brather. A dinner and reception I cd the wedding rites intatl aton Belvedere Hotel After a wedding trip York City, the couple siding in Baltimore. /, fhrSM r FEATUUM JOYCE BRYANT The Voice t You'll Never PorPJ DANCE TO THE MUSICS MAL MALKIN*TONY ond RENEA... thrills of the dor*e^ asoi Cease* Asses*



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% %  I FRID AY. DECEMBER 19, 1952 IvmansTellOf Unusc's Betrothal Mi and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, L f 2?J West 33rd Street, Miami j announce the engagement t( their daughter, Doris Louise, Lawrence W. Sperling, son of tyr. and Mrs. Michael Sperling. KKiklvn. New York. The bride-elect graduated from jiaim Beach High School, where was a member of the National lonor Society. She is currently a £nioi at the University of Michigan, majoritng in art. Her sorority is Sigma Delta Tau. Mr. Sperling attended schools |, Brooklyn and is also a senior Budent at the University of MichIsan. His fraternity is Phi Sigma Mglta Miss Do: is Hyman Tr-e couple plan a spring wedreturn to Ann Arbor to | ( l;n;. "H Miami Beacrr and will their degrees. ZJewistBorirlifor PAGE 7 A I eceive Jacqueline Block To Wed Miami Attorney Mr. and Mrs. Hyman H. Block, of Norfolk. Virginia, announce lite engagement of their daugh". Jacqueline Joyce, to Lieutenant Robert Traurig, USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Traurig, 2131 SW 15th Street. Miami. Miss Block attended Hood Colege in Frederick, Maryland, and is now a student at the Norfolk Division College of William and Mary. Lieutenant Traurig attended the University of Florida and is £ graduate of the University of Miami Law School, where she was president of Pi Lambda Phi Fraerr.ity. lo be released from the service this week, Lieutenant Trauric will resume private law practice. The couple has set no date for the wedding. Mayors of Miami and Miami Beach have officially designated Saturday evening and Sunday, December 21st, as Jewish National Fund Tag Day. Dedication To Growth, is the theme of the drive which comes at the close of the Festival. Key workers shown above are (seated, left to right) the Mesdames Lillian Baris. Essie Wilensky, Clara Baer, Sophie Krantz, Dora Gostnick, Lena Adelstein, Rose Perte-and Sadie Rosch. Standing (left to right) are the Mesdames Julia Klug. Bessie Rosenberg, Ida Book .pan, Morris Seeman, Clara Goldenberg, Rabbi Moses Meschelofi and the Mesdames Miriam Halpern, Ida Horowitz and Jacob Weiss. Mrs. Goldenberg is over-all chairman of the Tag Day Committee. Heading youth activities here is Gilbert Rappaport (not shown). ROOM FOR RENT Lovely room for couple, board optional, or kitchen privileges. Very Reasonable. Near bus. 1501 S.W. 31 si Avenue. DER YIDDISHER FORUM SAT.. DEC. 20th. 8:30 P.M. or) Kneseth Israel 14th Place & Euclid Avenue; Miami Beach M. GHITZIS Lecturer and Novelist in his famous Film Lecture "YIDDISH POETS AND NOVELISTS IN AMERICA" Sehulman, EtsHokin Marry In Study The marriage of their daughter, Michele. to Elliot EtsHokin has been announced by Mr. and Mrs. David Sehulman, of Coral Gables. The recent wedding was performed in the study of Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol EtsHokin, Chicago. Illinois. WANTED Insurance Agency. Interested in buying or partnership. Contact Mrs. Rimon — 82-0277. THE Perfect Holiday Gift ADD TO THE SPIRIT AND SPARKLE OF THE HOLIDAY SEASON WITH EXQUISITE HAND MADE CANDLES See our large assortment of original design table centerpieces. %  ri_ SO CJAA F r Source! of Supply ?H. 83-6744 in CreateMuni, Stye tmtik jte&to Cand/e.o/ Every Description For AH Occasions' 292 ARAGON AVE.. CORAL GABLES OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9 West view Plans Afternoon Party Westview Country Club members will meet at a White Elephant Party tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Clara Spitz, chairman, said that unwanted gifts received in the past will be feature of the affair. Decorations are being made by Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt and Mrs. Nat Fisher. Among those attending will be the Mesdames Sam Resnick, S. J. Hyman, Morris Rosenberg, Herb Steiner, Leo Ackerman and Seymour. Also on the agenda of activities at Westview is a Holiday Party for children, and it will be conducted by Dr. Albert Rosenthal. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Emil Gould. Assisting Mrs. Gould will be the Mesdames David Fleeman. Junes Cobbs, Lawrence Lcvenson and Bernard Wall. Ten air cadets from the Scandinavian countries will also be entertained by Westview members iver the holidays. % %  %-" MMISCHEWITZ i


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PAGE 8 A +Jeislitk>rMlajn Monticello Park installs Officers A joint installation of the ofli erg of Monticello Park Congregation, North Miami Beach, and of its Ladies" Auxiliary was h'-id Wednesday evening. 1'SY 1'hapter Will j t rtum Queen The Miami Beach Jewish Canter Chapter of the United Synagogue Youth will h<>ld a poatChanuka dance "ii Tuesday even ng, December ~M\\. in the Cen ter Social Hall. H.i' bi Irving i.> lan will inof Chairman of the affair was Joel Miller, local attorney. Rabbi Jac-. st al! recently elected ofi OB Honig, spiritual leader of the thi group 'that I Hollywood Jewish. Community (; l ll i l '. Ta u ano ff, vice preaiCenter, acted as installing offic-i dc|| of lhe Ci .,,, wi tr. Mrs. Honig installed officers, rsy Queen f ,, 952 ,., oi the Auxiliary. Sugarmai S leigei and \s>uimng the post of president Judy Eil was Jules Klion. Other* install%  the title. i arc Ben Moskowitz. 1st vice p-.sident; Ben Gcnsliaft, 2nd \ B president; Aaron Weiss, fip., ncial secretary-treasurer; and M in.DoUoff, recording secrei. y. Trustees installed were David A Augustus. Jacob Pinsky and A. B xer. • Irs. Jules Klion assumed the presidency of the Ladies' Aux:y Vice presidents of the up will be Mrs Ben Gonshaft I Mrs. Max Lcvine. Also n, med to official posts were the Mi idames Harry Fertig, record:• %  secretary; Jacob Pinsky, cor%  • -ponding secretary; and Emani Arnold, tn asurc: )n the Executive Board are the Mc sdamea Max Genshaft, Harry K. tner. Ben Moskowitz. Jacob Plitt, Louis E Kaplan. Morris I) tloff and Aaron Weiss Cantor Mordecai Haalman, of : • Hollywood Jewish Communil Center. rendered several %  .sica! selections Plan Revue At Beach Hi^h School \ fast-moving, satirical revue aring all the earmarks of a idv .. Pr duction will be i %  • .th< Miami Be ich %  ,,, Scl V..Ill i:n on Btl at 8 30 p m. ilei en and women are ; .: '• Tl Trixie Levii : : I nd will bi (!:. I %  tl in. 1 la\ id d is the Paul Weiss is pn id nl if the i Chapter, and Maxim B is i haii man oi the Social Committee I Beth El Schools To Have Chanuka Fete B.th El Congregation will hold u Chanuka Assembly of it< He [ brew and Sunday School children at 10:30 a.m., on Dee. mber 21st, in the Dora August Auditorium. I If/''*/ Resident** At -1ewitth Home Fvtvd I asi Sight Residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged wen feted List night at a Chanuka Party. In charge of the program were Mrs. Morris Kriegel and Mrs. Louis Makovsky, The evening's entertainment opened with a Candle Lighting Ceremony writweek by Daniel M. Broad, presiten and directed by Mori Fredent of the Association, mon. Incumbents who retain office Participating, in addition to on the Boa id include Alex Sussmembers of the Women's Auxman. Sidney RubinowitZ, William Uiary sponsoring the affair, were11,. Feuer, Bernard i.mdenfeld, Leon Krone: and Madame Olga George Tabak. Harry J Sonz and Bihor Stern. Invocati in Chanuka is lots of fun for children of the Nursery School of the Town Branch, Greater Mi ami Jewish Community Center, as shown here as they participate >n a holiday observan and party under th leadership of head teacher Mrs. Cora W. Freidman. Left to riqht %  Charles Neustein. Joseph Neustein, Anita Sam9t, Michael Gale, Jo3hua Gettinqer, Barton M goshes, Mary Ann Marder. Edward Baer and Jeffrey Rosnick. Apartment tVroufi Seloeta Hoard Al Frank. living Schatzman. Charles Sturman and Charles Levin have been elected to twoyear terms on the Board of Directors of the Miami Beach Apartment Association. Announcement of their appointment was made late last was by Mrs Max Mendelsohn's Restaurant provided refreshments. Samuel Voge. Beth El Sisterhood Uolden Agvrs W jjj 1 Kleet Ottieer* Election tion Beth El will hold Latke Card Party on Sunday evening, De-j cember 21st. at 8 p.m. Hostesses' ( for the affair are the Mesdames Peggy Palmer. Jenny Solinger, A! e Pepper, Max Rappaport and Clara Greenberg. Of officers for % year will be the iufc bOsiness for the Greater Mi* Golden Ager s on Sunday r*. cember 21st. at the Jewish C* munity Center, 450 SW 16th A. enue. Rathman Guest Speaker Darby Rathman, of the Miami Beach Community Center, will be guest speaker during the weekly luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Tuesday. December 23rd, 12:15 p.m.. at the National Hotel. According to Mrs, B. Shhcaa, recording secretary, all old bt ness for the past year will closed at this meeting. Among activities being planed is the forthcoming Xej Year's Eve Party. In charge i information is Jerome Schulnm, group director. Rabbi Shapiro To Be On Jewish Forum Of Air R ibbi David Shapiro, Zionist and lecturer, will be guest V : ill! Of ,,,.,,,. ... l tie An. Sunday, Decembei 21st, Mi ~ I. Br.kst and W Herbert ,,.,,,,. ,, 1" a ::: ove iti n \\ MIL is t l Ml I will be: The Son 01 I-\nd The Tu Waj !' %  Chaim Weizmann Dance Tanncn ( lrcent i /. %  i %  I %  I a dance on 21 t. at the %  %  Betrothal Told men! of ghtei of Mr Ai and thi T •.:.. n, 4570 %  : : : %  • 1 "' %  • New Ji rspy. • a 11 e i th the AB Ep: actor. Hal Palie .. • Mis Rose -, mbre look cn In ;3 C C 0 raph at eft U :e vVeiW<* Teenagers often Country Club'i Bar-} Cue. Gilbei: rferken and Nancv Jane Pepf* help thorr.sclve S to victo Below leito right] are Runyon characters Dr. Max Peppar. &• W The University of Miami will present Dancers of Bali on S aturday and Sunday evenings. January 3rd and 4th, : the Dade County Auditori am. Music is by the Gamelan Orchestra under Anak Agung Gde Ngurah Mancera. Proceeds are lor the University Symphony Fund, "he production is being stag, ed by John Coast. KM) (.Musts Welcome *** Mnx Pe P f Sor Hfiman and Harold Sondfield. Ncwlwvf.is \ 1 Party Womri thi The ; 1 %  d N %  Mrs Bdwar N .. Philadelphi i, Pennsylvan among guests at t!. Hosts it tl < partj f.; v ... •,, %  400 guests wara the b. i parents, Mr. and Mrs. [sador Fine, 610 SW 2!st Ri Among out-of-town guests I %  %  Mrs Fine's brother and sis. tei-in-law. Mr. and Mi J 1 K. Schwartz, ol Tamj : Fine's brother-in-law ter, I Mr. and Mi.Nath in G ildman, I of Ocala. I The couple was wed on NovemI ber 9th, in Philadelphia. B^B^B^B^B^B^B^^'



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F RIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1952 Wagner, Strauss Shannwd In Kraoi TEL AVIV (WNS)-At the last n^rn^X". !" tests by individuals, organizations and the press M f pro request by Education Minister Dinaburg. th e S-l P^^ !" 0f a Orchestra decided this week to omit from it.V !" monic tone-poem Til Eulgenspiegel, by the Austrian "Z! proRr !" th Strauss. Neither Wagner's nor Strauss' m h !" T^' Riclu this country s ince 1939. have bcen P'Wd in Norrha m Tried For Violation MONTREAL (WNS)-Forty store owner* t tants. were brought to trial last S£ k T2JSV"f s^" city by-law that requires stores to rcl 2 f of .vu.lat.ng a Catholic holy days during the year. Cl ££,* *£***— cent, claiming that the law was unconstitutionalsine 11? """T I n „n-Cath olics to celeb rate Catholic festivals compels Ijtborites Will Not EntVr abi..,>g JERUSALEM (WNS)-Benjamin -Mint? andlt .0 S Kahane. leaders of the Agudah Labor Pa" So hs S "" viously agreed to enter the Coalition Government th£ w ,X ?S on Premier David Ben-Gurion and offidaUv ta22-T? ?£* they are not rejoining the Cabinet. A.TX ,f h, n that Gurion is expected to submit the nt^l",*."^' President Ben Zvi. The President will hen invi£ tnc m T Low Cabinet and may also call a special session ,?f P.-r f ? rm a in recess because of Chanuka f Parlla !" "t now £&teUkrM*M PAGE 9 A Federation Releases 1952 Honor Roll; Message Spurs Workers For New Goal Th. lQM „„,. n..u ..._ .. ftlapani Party Will \ovor Learn TEL AVIV (WNS)-Despite the fate awaiting Mor'L Oren iMapani leader who was arrested in Prague following attendance' Mast year of a Communist peace conference in Barltn \lt, Japan, has decided to send a de.egat.on t„ the'v.e^'co ITeZ O f The Peoples For Peace, a Communist-sponsored peace emfemJ. Th. delegation, together with representatives of "h ,.,, ,',?. hmimst Party is now o n its way to Vienna, where one of £ lem bers is expected to raise the question o f Oron's arrest. Ilr. Ooldmann Lands ZA Action NEW YORK (WNS)-Gratif,cat.on over the action Sen by the executive of theZ.on.st Organization in approving the plan under which the American Zionist Council is to become spokesman and coordinator of America. Z.onist activities in additional areas Iwas voiced here by Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Jewish Eaward Cutler llian Vows t niiiHh'ii, <• in leaders NEW YORK (WNS)-Confidence that "the Government of Israel will succeed m its objective of retaining the valuable leadership which has won such great success for the bond drive and for [Israel• was voiced here by Israeli Ambassador Abba S. Eban Mr I Euan made the statement following a conference with Henry MorIgenthau. Henry Montor, Julian Venetsky and Rudolf Sonneborn %  who had offered to resign. %  > %  ,-, %  Ir^Hefense Of Human Rights 1 WASHINGTON (JTA)—President Truman called upon the lAmerican people to observe United Nations Human Rights Day land to defend the further the rights and freedoms of all people" las proclaimed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Iln so doing, the President stated, the American people would reItiew their determinatidn "there here, in our own land, the great [guarantee in our Bill of Rights shall not be lost, or weakened or %  curtailed." V< IM'NOI, Views I H< is Of Trials WASHINGTON (JTA)—Secretary of State Dean Achcson said Ithis week that it is not yet clear what consequences "the antillsrael, Anti-Zionist, and anti-Jewish aspects" of the Prague trial Imay have for Jews in Czechoslovakia and in other satellite countries of Eastern Europe. Mr. Acheson described the trial as "an %  elaborate pretense with innumerable false charges, forced testiImony and induced confessions." He said the trial was designed by IMoscow to terrorize satellite regimes into greater exertions and • predicted that such trials would be repeated "whenever it is deemed %  Kcessary to teach the lessons of utter unquestioning dependence lupon the Kremlin and unswerving and unsuccessful compliance with [Its purposes." Edward Cutler Bar Mitzvah At Beth E\ Edward Cutler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cutler, 1871 SW 16th Terrace, Miami, will become Bar I Mitzvah tomorrow morning, December 20th, 9 a.m., at the Beth El Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at the Shenandoah Junior High School and is active in sports there. He received his religious training at Beth E!, where he* is president of the Student Council. He will address the Congregation during the ceremony, and Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will respond. A Kiddush is scheduled to follow. Honored guests will be Mr. and Mrs. William Cohen, of WilkesBarre, Pennsylvania, the Bar Mitzvah's grandparents. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cutler and children, Hollis and Sharon, of Scranton, Pennsylvania, uncle and aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kalkin, of Newport News, Virginia, great uncle and aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Roth, and sons, of Cleveland, Ohio, uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goldman, of Cleveland, uncle and aunt; and Mr. and Mrs. David Roth and sons, also of Cleveland, uncle and aunt. A reception will be held in the Bar Mitzvah's honor on Saturday evening at the Beth El Congregation. The 1952 Honor Roll and Yearbook, published each year by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, came off the press yesterday and will be mailed next week to some 20.000 prospective contributors to the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced by Carl Weinklc, president of Federation. The booklet contains the name of all persons who contributed $10 or over to the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal which reached a final goal of $1,150,000. It was revealed that 1952 allocations to the seven local beneficiary agencies of the campaign amounted to $356,893 or 35.44 per cent of the total funds raised. Civic defense agencies received $27,323 or 2.71 percent. Israeli and overseas agencies received $26,389 or 2.63 percent. The major beneficiary of the campaign was the United Jewish Appeal whose share was $578,000. In a statement appearing in the Honor Roll. Carl Weinkle, president of Federation, said that "We all know that for fourteen years the Combined Jewish Appeal in Greater Miami has served many agencies, many institutions, manypeople. I am filled with pride to learn that in 1953, the CJA will support more than forty-six organizations which extend aid to our people in many corners of the world. I am confident that your generosity will keep pace with our city's growth. Once more, in 1953, thousands of volunteers will dedicate themselves to their tasks with enthusiasm to raise the funds which sustain and strengthen these vital institutions. "This year, these workers will continue to attend meetings, ring doorbells, and fire the campaign with their zeal and inspiration. They will tell the story of the Combined Jewish Appeal over and over, make their own pledges, meet some disappointments and secure many contributions— all the while mindful that the extra effort is worthwhile, and humanity must be helped as long as the need exists." Howard Kane, chairman of the 1953 Appeal in Greater Miami, addressed the following memo to all campaign workers: "If we can think of the 1953 campaign in terms of people—valiant families in Israel—our aged residents at the Jewish Home in Miami—the sick at Mount Sinai Hospital— thousands of youth at the Centers and the New Americans making their home in our community—if CJA means these people to us, we will not fail them in 1953. If it is up to us. We can strengthen Israel and help mold Greater Miami into a vital, pulsing city, by assuming some of the responsibility in this mercycampaign. Community Relations Body Drive On PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—An educational campaign on problems in neighborhoods that arc changing in their racial and religious composition was announced here this week by the Philadelphia Jewish Community Relations Council. Discussion and study of Issues ..rising i n the so-called "changing neighborhoods" by the '"'K;iniz;,tions affiliated with the council will feature the campaign, Won I Mesirov, council president, reported. foreign Nations Protest New law WASHINGTON (JTA)—The State Department made known Ms w.ek that at least a half dozen foreign nations have protested pH'nst the provisions of the McCarr.m-Wnltcr Immigration Act. r*Wch is slated to go into effect on December 24th. Great Britain and Fiance have delivered notes to the Department while other %  Countries, including Italy. Norway. Belgium. Sweden, and the NethrHands protested orally. The protests were directed specifically I'gainst new regulations which require such careful screening of the members of the crew of each ship touching at American ports that | ni-ndly nations operating vessels fear it will seriously hamper the turn-around schedule" of vessels. •Jowlsh Mayor Sets Reeord Here CORNWALL, Ontario (WNS)—This small town of Cornwall as been electing a Jewish mayor for the past fourteen yens and • Wil > "f showing its confidence in the incumbent, Aaron Hprom • r e-elcctcd him this year to a fifteenth term with the greatest ajority ever rolled up by a candidate for the mayoralty post. An hisTf Jtwish corr nunal worker. Mayor Horowitz plans to make 'teenth inaugural a simple ceremony. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 87 N. E. 5th Street Phone 9-S401 AL MElDENBERG. 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PAGE 10 A *Jewlstnorldian !" 55 !" 52oii| 1 Marines "Attack" Greater Miami Area In Sweeping Drive To Sel! Israel Bonds Stephen Howard Salzberg, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sclzbeig 6070 North Bay Road, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, December 20th, 10:45 a.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student in the 7th grade at Nautilus School. A rousing "attack" by %  i ian "army" of appri x tei c Jew en • : the Gn last Sundaj at I '),-)S'. ,>i ti I -..!-.' ; 103 I i Israel Li I bv gn up of -'' volunl i te i si .i. a M ii n< -. J> >vish v> km er boys led ta the .•;mip, the co iperation : ;, liei Gi n i. l Albert D (' > lej C imman lin G in r i >f the TI ir I Marjne Air Wing, I .;: :.: I worker, lepli yed In true military style t<> .set the amazing record. Early last Sunday morning, the volunteers mot to hear Ambassador Abba Eban. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., and Melvin Dubinsky urge them to achieve a new goal I for the new Jewish state in a I special telephone broadcast from I New York and Washington, and then set out to reach the goal. Early reports from every seeI tion < f the community indicated the trend toward the new mark. With the Jewish Marines spearI heading the attack by reporting | several thousand dollars in bond tales before noon, the enthusiasm Mrs. Harry Gersten, chairman of the Council of Organizations. Women's Division, is surra A ed by Jewish volunteer United States Marines as they prepare to "attack'' the civilian DO latfbn in their drive for Bonds cf Israel sales. The marines turned in a creditable record Sunday, reporting several thousand dollars in cash sales early in the day. operation from our uniformed The final tabulation will notk known officially until Tue_)n night, Decembc r 23rd, when | Victory Rally will be held at_, Miami Beach Jewish Center at I i p.m. Featured fcuest speaker*! the rally will be Rabbi Irvnj I Miller, president of the Zionot Organization of America. of the volunteers took on a new glow. Before the day ended, they asked for and received permission to extend their efforts through next Sunday. "It is really a tribute to the men and women of our area to have received such wonderful coboys in this campaign," declared Joe Rose, campaign chairman. "Their enthusiasm and feeling that the success of Israel depended on the success of this drive and others like it, served as an incentive for our workers on this campaign." 1 %  Ail* 1 CALL MAULS FOR HIGHEST QUALITY Certified Concrete Suiting and Column Blocks Central and TransitMix Concrete Colony Concrete Roofing Tie Concrete Aggregates Concrete Joists Cement Concrete Brick and Stepping Stones Reinforcing Steel DuHAen CiMtAaiAf ______ buifcf with CONCRETE and CONCRETE PRODUCTS BY MAULE ,oncrete endures! Concrete gives comfort and satisfaction the year 'round. It requires less maintenance than any other building material suitable for the Sub-Tropics. It's firesafe. termite and dry rot proof. It's architecturally right for every type of building. And. in South Florida, the finest concrete... central or trarrtit-mix...and the finest concrete products are manufactured by Maule. For more than three decades...Maule has been Florida's leader in quarry, concrete products and builders" suppliesSo, when you build...Call Maule! It's your guarantee of highest quality. It's your guarantee of dependable service, accurate deliveries and price* that are alwavs in l""' Phone 9-2887 ____________ MIT INDUSTRIES, INC Sale. Ofiic.: 307S North Miami Ave. %  % 



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FRIDA Y, DECEMBER 19, 1952 1.000 Dispersed By tain At Weizmann lemorial Tribute goma 6,000 persons crowded to Flamingo Park last week to iv tribute to the late Dr. Chaim Vi/mann, first President of the late <'f Israel. The evening's program, which narked the death of the Zionist leader last month, was under the luspices of the South Florida Ziliist Council. Flurries of rain began falling s Rabbi Irving Lehrman eulo|ized Dr. Weizmann. "Chaim Weizmann's tjnal mesge to Jewry and to Israel was, ou must build a land not only soil but also of soul, of justice, ive and brotherhood,' the spirual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center said. The invocation was by Rabbi Mfred Waxman, of the West Miimi Jewish Center. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, of Beth Tfilah Congregation, read the Psalms of )avid. The memorial prayer was king by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, if Temple Beth Sholom. Program chairman was Mrs. korge M. Cohen, assisted by Irs. Irwin Weinstein and Mrs. Jilt, in Sirkin. Sudden rain dispersed the 6,000 i ns as the curtain rang up on dramatic production of the life Dr. Weizmann prepared by 'i (i ssor Samuel Hirsch, of the diversity of Miami Drama Dcent, als of the Zionist Coun! of South Florida reported this B'rkUFiin m Obituaries •in '••ml is '•tiiMrs. |oi | an., U %  n da "';. %  ltr, nt el PAGE 11 A in. in 15, lur. i M, man. iWrna'C "£ro ,'"", n-r. Mrs. KR lli:\i:i „, BIN \" m Vy-.,.-. di^ „„ ,.„. resident here for %  ,.. %  '. he isurvived %  %  • his rather, Isador ;;.,-. %  •' and Naomi and oilier, fi.iuKlati m inii | R-anA-hll n. fcervleei .,,• '" '"• '' Mlamr Beach I inerai %  • on Mount 5i !" i MRS XKTTIE [(RUDER ,', %  •'••' pn Avenue, Miami ." h "'la wee*, A reali ii ror Ihe pas -, v..„ ye ar. sh.is ,,hHi h >, her husl Milton: and %  .'. '. ""',;, 1| -'" •"" 'i'-ory. Remain" ••"' to Brooklyn, New Y..rk. i Interment by th.' neai ii Memorial Chapel, Mendel Fisher Will Address Zionist Tribute To Chaim Weizmann Here %  of HADIH BRODV •' -i <'"llins Avenue died nn '• %  lth. si,, Is Rurvived i her husband, Harry; mother Mr. d Ortrowsky; two la vhten \ '•"::%  : Kd'l £?2sfiS ,; %  %  %  • mrnt. ork -., ,.", u ;v 8A8LAW i. .. • Jefrei son Avi n u %  i;'.i::th A resldeni here to, %  ,'• %  '-' 20 yoai*. he survived bv Ifi Moille two • %  m JJ" %  •" and two dauRht. r, .\i Iver and \!.-} %  :, %  i : wei Mondas ?''; R ,,,b %l heloff and waa MI Mount BInal Cemetery --. RA V,D l-'I'MAN In ? i^ ii N v V ""Avenue, died hore j n • loea hospital, A resident for I the pait flv,. „ %  „,,, i„. |. survived by" his wire, Besali ; a son, Irvine-: and two daughters. I.,..-,], and Svlvla It"' rnalns wi re Rent to l-hlladelphi:i, l ennaylvanla, ror servlcea and intnrment by the Oordon Puneral Home. 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Fisher has been closely associRobbi Shapiro Discusses Iron Curtain Jews Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of the Beth David Synagogue, was guest speaker at a Chanuka Party of the Pioneer Women's Organization. Club No. 2, last. Sunday evening in the Kneseth Israel Congregation." Rabbi Shapiro discussed the urgency of aiding Jews behind the Iron Curtain. The affair was a tribute to the memory of the mother of Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, chairman. ated with the late President as a member of the Actions Cc.nmittec and as a delegate to numerous World Zionist Congresses. He has been a frequent visitor to Israel and is considered one of the most dynamic speakers on the Zionist platform in America. Zionist organizations. Synagogues and other Jewish groups in Greater Miami have been invited by the JNF to participate in the event. A Committee of Sponsors, recently organized for the JNF Weizmann Tribute, will hold a dinner at the Tides Hotel preceding the public assembly at the Center. 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e^se^^rm llewiislbJ EIIi&iriidliiauD IAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1952 ionard Wien Will Head Mount Sinai ibilee For Third Successive Year Announcement of the appointment of Leonard A. Wien as gen] chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's Third Annual Jubilee Leduled for March 5, 1953, at the Miami Beach Auditorium has n announced by Max Orovitz, hospital president. Wien' has ve d as Jubilee chairman each year since the inception of the ipital's only fund-raising function in 1950. Assisting as associates on the r,,,, Committee will be S. C. irinson and J. Gerald Lewis L erve with Wien on Mount |ai'8 Board of Trustees. Servf ir the second consecutive ment, Orovitz indicated that because of the success of Mount Sinai's previous Jubilee, the Board of Trustees was once again as entertainment chairman I calling upon Wien to head the Ben B. Games. most j m p or t ant fund raising projht was the opinion of many," | oct conducted b he h j |d Wien in accepting the post, j eacn year lai Mount Sinai's Jubilee last jr with Ed Sullivan, noted A s Jub k chairman, Wien lumnist and television star, as' has "* !" lhe fu" sanction and Cof ceremonies hit a new 2 x, .^ rat i" f ^c American, h for entertainment on Miami i f ull d Varlet y Artists whose I.I, This year Sullivan has I J? !" 1 offlcers ha u vt !" |^ hlm to agreed to be master of I J^ ev y m f"^ of AGVA in lemonies, and all plans poiot to thc area wl1 be ur 8ed to give Blow that will even surpass the] t" ?port issued by Samuel Lrtner, executive director of mint Sinai) it was noted that in ten month period from Jany 1st to October 31st, the hosal totalled approximately 10,80 patient days for admissions the Social Service DeIrtment. fin the same period, Gertner's irt continued, there were i 5,500 visits made to Mount Plat's Out-Patient Department a free or part-free basis, triple the number of clinic visits ade during the first year the kpartment was opened. [In announcing Wien's appointtheir assistance, the only function in the area to receive full clearance. While Jews in more than 5,000 communities throughout the nation were purchasing Israel Bonds on BIG Day last Sunday in celebration of Chanuka, the traditional holiday which marks the ancient victory for Hebrew freedom won by Judah Maccabee, a new brand of Israelis, called "modern Maccabees," are again standing vigilagainst marauders. Theyprotect the workers and eguipment of the State of Israel Bond-aided copper mines in the Negev near Hath. 4 Upland •at..." (luiih I, tf) ELITE CHOCOLATE and UNDIES PRODUCTS of ISRAEL AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE • WHOLESOME • DtllCIOUI EXOTIC FUVOtS • MOOEUTEtY TRICED lafry "fft h*tl f tkt l—d:..m4 ktlp limit *c — if, t—l At y<" trtm'* mn4 **•* aatfy i*mft ELITE CANDIES IAMAT-6AN. IMAtl iROKEACH & TONS, INC. American Representatives Z* MDIION AVI., NIW YOM I*, M. Y, Distributed by Phil Rothstein 1357 DREXEL AVEHUE MIAMI BEACH Phon* 5-6275 SUNRAY HARK HEALTH RESORT Horn.-SANITAWOH i mn luwiMUif %  %  %  Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "Instants ... just as quick but tastes so superior I This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for You rust^ hot water... and instaody the burse ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOO! Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A Product •* General F oedl THE ON* IHSMNT CO"" WITH THAT trOOP-TO-THf-HSt-PP-OP flAVOU -: -^^iSW>K^^*W*M^:



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PAGE 2 B +Jenistifk)rXM!*r? Jewish Schools Plan Maccabiah The Annual Maccabiah, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be held on Sunday, December 28th, for Jewish schools in Miami and Coral Gables and on Monday, December 29th. for Jewish schools on Miami Beach. The Maccabiah each year brings together these schools in an athletic carnival which stimulates arts and crafts and singing, as well as athletic contests. The program of the Maccabiah will include a parade of participants in which schools will display original ideas in posters, small floats and other decoration. The athletic events will feature boan-bag-on-head relays and partner races in six age category's. The Maccabiah is to conclude with a song contest involving the choral groups of all the schools. The Town Maccabiah will be held at Shenandoah Park. The Beach Maccabiah will be at Flamingo Park. Some 1.000 pupils are expected to participate in both events. M. Ghitzis Florida AeJC To ltais Funds For Donor Program Th t Florui.i Women's Division "i the American Jewish Congress, under the chairmanship ol Mrs Molly Janoff, held an Ani.il Dinner-Dance al Lou WalLatin Quarter, l l • n Si nday Pn i %  d ..., :,t i cai rv ., the ( \; .;-,.! the Vm rican .1 r w i a h c ingress, ides 1 ical ships I I ; : : i. | % %  I %  %  University oi Miami, I. li i '•" • '.'.' %  -. H n e i Israi In c.'!.. Be o] • %  with Mrs. Roa Wi %  tied CroM* \eeds Wana en .liih's • %  ied who can Urs per v, i lunti er basis t7n > MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETEHY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director 5503 N. W. 3rd St Phone 878201 AMERICA'S NEW KIND OF REFRIGERATOR-HOME FREEZER AT MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, Inc. REVOLUTIONARY NEW 1952 2>OUHS( WI TH EGlIlEHQGOBD WORLD'S MOST ADVANCED FREEZING SYSTEM MOVING PARTS-STAYS SILENT FOREVEf NO EXCLUSIVE FOR YOU! / Guards fteih and frozen foods as no other refrigerator can! No Moving Port* in PFRMACOLD syat. m to wear —or make noise —ever! Goes into Action with a change of Even On* Degree! PermaCold F;oozing Syitem Guaranteed 10 Year*I Twice as long us any other. r RUNS ON CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLOR DECORATION Exclusive^ Here's your only chance H maks your refrigerator interior harmonize OCCOaWH wilh your kitchen color-scheme' ICICll ilUE SUNfaOST GKtEN IUMINOUS OOID ^CCnS WORLD'S GRtATfST COMMNATION O* INTIRIOR HATURI* ^ Several Floor Models Saeeiailu Prieed for Qttieh 0 lea ranee Cmam in and two tlicm at Irll W. FlatfftVr St. MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, INC ONE OF THE SOUTHS OLDEST AND LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS 101 W. Flagler Str-t ^ N w 73rd S tr-t Phone 84-0671 MLAML FLORIDA Phone 3-4645



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5£=5fi^3&£ Kfc-r %  DECEMBER 19, 1952 l J(*>istFk>rirte* ri HAPPY O L I D A Y Lliister Flower* H wiih Flowers ^ Say U wtth Oui" 1st St. Phone 2-3773 SON'S GREETINGS TO ALL JACK • HERMAN PRODUCE COMPANY N. W. 13th K\ Phone 2-5197 EASON'S REETINGS Styles r Garden N. W. 1st COURT -Dal* Van Service M. CISCO iier & Storage N. E. 2nd Afnu PHONE 2-5411 |esay Window Co., Inc. ECAST CONCRETE )W FRAMES 044 S. W. 28th Lane PHONE 4-2503 ALL EASON'S GREETINGS Sorrento lOsinuraiit fSE ITALIAN FOODS PIRATE'S COVE e Cater To Parlies D60 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE 48-9663 GREETINGS 145 N. K. 2nd Avenue PHONE HW I JTo Oui Many Friend* |We Extend Best Wishes 1 for A Happy Holiday frk R. Parker Sales Co. "TOMS TOASTED PEANUTS" Distributor Candles and •""t Buttr Sandwich**. Potato Chips Our UN Newsletter ln R y ARTHUR LEWIS fC TOng '' t ,952 >>** Telegraphic Aoency, Inc.) which would seem ^int^^^^*?*'****" struction here in Nw York nV.i.hT Wlth u the Perpendicular constriking new Assembly HaU cZ S h a !" hlt u ecture nor that f the It is Ire internatona? n T^ e :£ it ^:ZT ny ^ mer,Can this international quality has been SSLSWZ T^""' ^ the headquarters from sS many member sS C ntribUt ns t0 d.n£"£. Jeru ** lem ton tor the decoration of the qarSSrtBtSL'tw f ^ l uut n V^ comply. ?„. sion*. lor facing th. Assembly HaU. The British panelled and furnUhed on. of th. small committee rooms, too .tePdiaeifjen architects designed the three council chambers nr s hinTn y ;H De r ark ^ Sweden gave the decorations and fur: msh.ngs m the Security Council, the Trusteeship Council and the Economic and Social Council, respectively. Belgium is providing a JgiHF**..** ***** bi t"Ptr y in the world bTit! ?nT S ASl?HaU Stl ^ ^ ^ to hU -* Australia ndRiw Z*land hay. prodded lacewood and rvmu wood paneUmg for th. delegate.' .ntrance hall and the office suit, of the Assembly prudent. Brasil plan, to give th. mural, for one of the lobbies. Yugoslavia and the Union of South Africa are going to donate work, of sculpture, and o is Greece. only its gift will be considerably old.r than th. oth.rs— 2,000 years older—for it is a classic statue. India. Turkey and Iran have contributed rugs, and Ecuador is giving the carpeting for the committee area. One of the most touching gifts is the fountain in the courtyard which was contributed by the schoolchildren of the United States; the pebbles in the pool in which the fountain plays are black pebbles from the Island of Rhodes, apparently the only place where such black pebbles are found. They were gathered by the women and children of the island. The City of New York has made an appropriation for the greater part of the ornamental fence which will surround the site of the permanent headquarters. Some of the contributors have spent a lot of money on their gifts to the United Nations. Canada paid $75,000 for the ornamental metal doors with their carved figures which are at the public entrance to the Assembly Hall. Israel, because of its straightened financial circumstances. could not afford to spend any foreign currency on its gift and did not do so—even in shipping it to the United Slates. The Jerusalem stones are being transported in the SS Acco. an Israeli freighter owaed by the American-Israeli Shipping Company, and arrived here in New York at the end of November. Although its contribution has not cost the Israeli Government a great deal, it is expected to be much admired by diplomats as well as by the general public. The stones are the same pinkish-white marble of which so many of the buildings in Jerusalem are constructed and which make the city so beautiful. They are going to be used in a prominent manner here—in the walls of the formal gardens and in arches and decorations. A Happy Chanuka To All Our Friends and Patrons Sunshinv's Mteauty Saton 550 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1624 MISS SUNSHINE SEASON'S GREETINGS ROOFING PAINTING


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%  PAGE 4 B Bbcayne Dog Track Adds New Features The Biscayne Kennel Club Inaugurated %  new feature this past week in presenting three long -lane races nightly In addition i > the regularly scheduled ninth e hot-box contest, The new policy met with intent approval Of the fans, and Hieing Secretary Leo Hartwell will endeavor to follow this procedure as often B8 possible for the balance of the Fall meeting, it was reported this week. The three marathon events will be run as the fifth, seventh and tenth races and will be staged over the 1.815-foot Biscayne Course. Biscayne. now well along in the first half of its split date meeting, is assured of again being the -t..tes leading track in attendance and mutuel wagering. The Northside Oval, owned and operated by pioneer Miamians for over a quarter of a century, will conclude it.. Pall meeting the night of January 5th. The track will re-open on April 10th. nd run through to June 2nd. winding up the greyhound racing ir S lith %  : : : 19521953. *knt>ncrkUan The S, 'Aphony C1 or-3!58. Louis Sherr, Ho? 1 Coronet, phone 86-6211. 4 'ollgt Miit-h-iii* Slatrl To Apply I or Position* College students normally away from home during the year will be afforded ;m opportunity to appl> foi camp counselor positions with the three day camps to be pi Ite i by the Croat.-: Miami Jew ; Community Centei next summer. Tiny will be able to apply while home on winter vacation 'during the next two weeks, it was announced by Emanuel Tropp, director of activities. The day camps are operated out of the Center's Town Branch. Beach Branch and Flagler-Grar nada affiliate. Counselors duty hours will be from Monday through Friday of each week for an eight-week season beginning the last week in June. Emanuel Tropp is in charge of intei views. Cleveland Club The Cleveland Club of Greater Miami held a Chanuka Meeting and Installation of officers Jonntag *$ffi) Restauran 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 5-3495 DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9 Catering lor All Oeeanionn Under Supervision of Gmttr Miami Vaad Hakashruth and Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth STAR HISIilllWT SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER Alto A La Carte Same Delicious Foods Same Management 841 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9182 100o AIR CONDITIONED Ml m Poremoal ITeajeUu .• Da ind r. i: •.. %  „ ,. G9MCC Plan* Vacation Affair A Winter Vacation Program for the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Town Branch, ha*; on Wednesday. Installing officn ently been announced by Mrs. I er was Rabbi Morris Skop, of the Violet Gelb, chairman of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Branch's Afte:-school Program) — %  Com:: ittee. Tlio program is offered for all children between the ages of six and 12. and will begin gn MonI day. December 22nd. running during the entire school vacation i" rior ending on Friday. January 2nd. 1953. The program Will include a series of special events within and away from the Center. Some of its features will be trips to places Of interest, movies, roller skating, and a post-Chanuka party. As a special feature, there will be two all-day picnic trips to Crandon Park on Friday, December 26th, and on Wednesday, December 31st. In charge of the program is Israel Silver. GMJCC Town Branch superiors. LSI '-* *z -id f^lTreaty Confer!?' out on Andrei <2/w&hp> STRATH HAVEN HOTEL Ifow Suring Besl KOSHER MEALS FOR LESS Ma ixittii Miami Convalescent Horn* Spptlalizing in Car. to tht Elderly and Chronically lit. 24-Hour Nursing Serv. ice Special Dicta Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN. Director SS5 S.W. 12th Avenue Phonee 2-M37 and 9-0278 VICTOR BIDONE 1134 11th St. MIAMI BEACH N OW OPEN French and Italian Cuisine" Around the Corner From Copa City Dinner Soua Lea Etoilei Phone 5.9169 Tat ealr Keeker llslai •• %  ••••r lir.n aaaer. vlelee ef tke Ualei al •rtaeaei Jewlea teicrc I'H"! et BBertet. 411 OCIAH Dt., HI. PHOMI 5-4491 Jwfy f %  > la Tke Traditiesal Meaeer lecromnnl Witt lcliee Ph. 58-7M1 Dttaw HUE ROOM •arMoaiitiMiW mum HUI Triton Hotel Dining Room 2729 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone for Reservations — 5 6651 • S-4M7 Air Conditioned — Erwm and Louise FrotoMl] I I THE WELL KNOWN Cantor Yankele and Mrs. Fox OF ATLANTIC CITY Featuring Their Famous Kosher Foods Art Taking Over The New Tel Aviv Restaurant 645 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Re opening Thur.. Dc. lith. al 4 pjn. "i.i Hi.mmmmtmml %  apate/featoa .. ktn Pea __^__ SURPRISING GRAND OPENING SPECIALS LISTEN TO WMIE SUNDAY. 10 11 A.M. Catering to Partiea, Bar Mitzvas and Weddmga CALL M-943S FOR RESERVATIONS I 1 SAout C&4*. Good Food 1225 Washington Avc Miami Beach ROSEDALE a •COSHES STYLE COOIING •PRIVATE DINING BOOM • AIR CONDITION^ 170 N.W. SthST. •FREE PARKING M D. Roiner — Management HOTEL GOOD DlHAltj STRICUTI OBSEBVOl %e1&t THE ON THI OCEAN 12lh ST. & OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI 81 ACM Strictly Kosher Cuisine A P"ndl, Atmoaaher. i .o^; d ,,onM •"'"• *** • 100 Air Conditioned and Ait Cooled rooma a Planned Entertainment Enjoyable Vacation JOSEPH WALDMAN and Family EARLY RESERVATIONS SUCOE ON THE 0CEANFR0NT AT 43rd ST. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Dinner Served 6 t P.M. For Reservation! Phone 58-1451 Air Conditioned RESTAURANfj DELICATESSEII] Beautifully Redecorated and Enlarcftd The Smart New Spot on Washington A* Delicious TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS 2.50 HAVING A NEW YEARS PARTY? J we offer a compl.t. food service for rour party ^ rkfT i •nd cold Hor. 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1952 +JelstncrkHan PAGE 5 B RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY CORAL GABLES JEWISH \cENTER will hold Friday evenling services at 8:15 p.m., with a IChanuka Musicale presented by [the Teen Age Girls Club of the I Center. Subject of a discourse |bv Rabbi Morris Skop is schedluied as: Taking A Stand On Is[sues. Cantor Irving Robinson and [Leon Schiff, conducting the Cen[ler Choir, will invoke,the blesslings on the New Moon of Tebeth with special Hallel hymns. Sat[urday morning services are at [9:30 a.m.. with Rabbi Skop dis|russing the Weekly Portion. e e e TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami Iwill hear Dr. Joseph Narot in [a sermon on Unity In The JewI j s h Community during Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. The [Chanuka Candle Ritual, for the eighth night of the Feast of Lights, will be conducted by the | Rabbi and the Congregation. • 0 • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold |late Friday evening services at le.15 p.m., with Hy Morris, president of the Center, and Ben Katz, %  cantor, officiating. Guest speak[er will be Hyman Sootin, past [president of the Miami Zionist [District, who is scheduled to dismZionism And Its-Contribution To Israel. Dora Stein Sisterhood will be hostess at the Oneg %  Shabbat following. 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., followed by Kiddush. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., with Shalos Scudos and Maariv concluding the Sabbath. • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services arc .it 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will officiate and discuss: Oliv. Oil -. Symbol Of Chanuka. Cantor Jacob Tambor will render the musical portion of the liturgy, Rabbi Gross will conMIAMI TOP SOIL CO. t Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverised Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPEB 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORE GUARANTEED duct the Post-Graduate Student Discussion Group at 3 p.m A Chanuka Party for" children is also scheduled for 3 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenberg will be hosts in honor of their son, Martin. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • • 0 BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will discuss: Why Have The Maccabees Failed. A class in Talmud is scheduled for 4 p.m. Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Friday at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. Vindication, will be the subject of a sermon bv Arthur Deutsch, chairman of the Religious Committee. The Sisterhood will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat. Services, will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and will be followed by Kiddush. o a a WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday services are scheduled for 9 a.m., with Junior services at 11. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. followed by study of the Weekly Portion and Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7 a.m. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo Heim officiating and assisted by the Center Choir. Guest speaker will be Norman Lyons, Miami attorney, whose discourse is scheduled as: The Flame Of The Chanuka Lights — Israel's Message To American Jewry. Hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following will bo Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fraidlane and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker wh i are observing their wedding anniversaries. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m.. when Reverend Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is ai 5 p.m.. follow!,I by Maariv. Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Brownstoin. Hialeah, will mark his Bar Mitzvah on Thursday, December 25th. • • • 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 discussing: Power Of The Tongue. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Agudath IfrMMfebbl Isaac Ever. Or. Bth r£ %  -• %  ; 'i h 8I • Mta "" "• %  '"•'> g£p.U*e. R2S sw ,„, L... Be .l h F l ~ 1 '„ sl,ma, >" a,, Bwlratr, Orthodox, soo s\v |7h .. Miami inJK* 5r5r?S* w '' %  •" KroSih -Si >H>'''I"X. MS Kuolid Ace.. MlCoral Gable*— Rabbi Morris skop, Ijh. downtown Synaoooue-Orthodox, 135 NJJ Ird Av„ Miami. Ml'fml *"* th St., Miami Iteach. Temple larael— I>r. Joseph Narot, Reform, 137 XK lfith St., Miami. Titereth Israel — 6",00 N. Miami AVe.. Miami Weit Miami Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Conservative, S7J0 SW Ktli St., Miami. Young Israel — Orthihix, 4001 Chase Are.. Miami Bea<-h. Zamora -It, v nil Rudolf Hi ill. Conservative, 44 Zamora AVe.. coral rjabiec Sidney Daniels. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., at which time the Bar Mitzvah of Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz, will take place, e • e MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and discussing: Let There Be More Light. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the annual consecration service in honor of all new pupils of the Center Religious School will take place. An afternoon Bible class is scheduled for 4 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 p.m. o a • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold early Friday services at 4:45 p.m. Late services are at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Abraham Cassel officiating and discussing: The Meaning Of Dreams. The musical portion of the liturgy will be rendered by Cantor Abraham Seif. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Afternoon services will be at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 4:45 p.m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayor, Abramowitz will officiate and fiiscuss: Power Of Light. Music'1 portion of the liturgy will be rendered by Cantor Edward Klein and the Center Choir. Saturday morning services arc at 8:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cantor, will take place. • o MMM1 HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Simon April will officiate and discuss: How Shall We Rededicate Ourselves. A Mishna class will be held at 4 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and present his poetic narrative, The Light That Is Never Extinguished. He will be assisted by Joseph Murray, Temple post-Confirmand. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Cme this year to Rela* ere CONDADO a the carefree let!, .ey—n.re Ae. ere br,,M.r. Mag lighter! The .pleader, convenience end hetf WeWy.ef e ..NDADO .EACH HOTEL offer just the r.,M •" %  *•**" of old world atmosphere end modern conveniences. Air conditioned guest rooms with privefe both and •"•'.•;.; _J^B comfortably, graciously f-aUhed-. Net*f *. %  *ff! &dj? ol ..citing edvoaturet -thin beautifully lend.cepedre-d. Jf^jf rnv.te beech, salt wafer pool, cabanas, leeais courti > ocVt.ll hour, dining, deacief. Convenient to sailing, fishing, •idiBf• foM and svati*0 sightieelng. Seudos under the sponsorship of Harry Kaplan. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m., and at sunset. • • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYS A GOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at 5 p.m. Shalos Scudos will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Broad. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 5 p.m. a • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: Chanuka In Our Daily Life. At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will review the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and at 5:15 p.m. • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating and Cantor Aaron Weingarten rendering the musical portion of the liturgy. Subject of a discourse by the Rabbi is scheduled as: Lost Lights. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvoth of Irwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tendler, and Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Gross, will take place. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • &f FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Principal speaker will be Gilbert Balkin. of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. His discourse is • scheduled as: The Jew And Democracy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. BETH DAV7D SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max | Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. Assisting will be the Student Choir under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Services will be dedicated to Beth David Boy and Girl Scout Troops, and the Nir Tamld •ward will be presented to Leonard Rothbart and Rabbi Shapiro. Subject of the even Ing"! discourse is scheduled as: Judah Maccabeus And The Kortaj) War. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kasow. Floral offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs.



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PAGE 6 B vJewlstiHcrldlan Set January 9th As Chest Day In Local Synagogues Members of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association have designated January 9th, as Neighbor Day. The day will be observed in all Synagogues of the area to emphasize the needs of the Community Chest and has been organized by the newly-created Clergy Committee of the Dade County Community Chest Campaign. A new character has been introduced to represent the drive here in its local quest for $1,050,000 to distribute among some 25 charities. He is Chesty, a doll in a Robin Hood outfit, who was introduced at the recent meeting of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Geismar At Forum Siegried Geismar. retired at| 7:3 t P__ 9: ?. p m torney and civic worker, will address the Spinoza Forum tomorrow afternoon. 3 p.m., on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th Street and Ocean Court. Miami Beach. Geismar's topic is: Miami Beach "— Past, Present And Future. Charles H. Lee will preside. Nurses' Institute Opens Monday Nursing "education in the South Florida area will take another step forward with the presentation of the Psychiatric Nursing Institute on December 22nd through January 30th, under the joint auspices of the University of Miami and the Florida State Nurses' Association, Fifth District. The Institute will consist of eight sessions led, with one exception, by nurses and doctors of the staff of Veterans Administration Hospital and Professors in Psychology and Nursing at the University. Hildegard E. Peplau, Instructor in Nursing Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, the only speaker from outside the area, will open the Institute. Meetings will be held at the University's Koubek Center. 27th Avenue and SW 3rd Street, from SSSJSSttn MADE EASY Published below is another in a serin of lessons in modem conversational Hebrr providing the fundamentals of the language as it is now spoken in Israel and "is based"-ln "1 be published weekly by The Jewish Floridian. The complete series constitutes a c book. Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spec tor, faculty member at the Hebrew"/? T ""H ami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a „ Bl "-*1 radio station V/MBM on Sundays at 2 p.m. Entitled. Let Us Learn Hebrew, the lyrlaT^ H ducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob Schachfer'. Jewish Hour. The Jewiih^l," H will provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course. n ''"nd^ I WANT MY MILK And B s*r m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin ~D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at In* of Bird Nd. A tnappar Cr.. Designed for all nurses, the Institute will be open to members of District No. 5, Florida State Nurses' Association, without charge, and to non-members for a registration fee of $5. There will be no partial registration for individual lectures. I want (0 poached eggs O.K. M* ^ ^Vaiter, plea* give MJ Mel-?ar, ten ili bevak-ka^ Vnif* iH fVwlr v shah sa-kin u-maz-lcg TJBBBBF — •• 1' knife and fork And where it the tali?,/ Ve'-dfoh ha-ro*-lah? 0|Mll HflllS*Party Slatod An Open House Party will be the feature of an evening under the auspices of the Star of David Charity Association on Sunday evening, December 14th. 8 p.m., at the Town and Beach Club. Master of ceremonies will be II.iinkl Shapiro. Miami Beach attorney and radio commentator. Co-chairmen of the affair are Mrs. Sally RoMHSon and Mrs. ... Fisher. HeTe is pepper; too J. Hin-neh gam pil-pel' And now please give me W-ach-shav ze-nim j ^ toast (" \ bc-vak-ka-ahah Buttered toast or French flje-nim be-he-m'ah 'o me-j toast? tug-gan No, I want toast with jelly i Lo', 'ani ro-?ch ?e-nirn be*~ —. l^rib-bahg — %  And the lady? -' Ve-ha-ge-veret? V* —_ --s*--m. I want (f) whole wheat breadX'A-ni ro?ah le-bem su-bin Oim ft w rd f -* %  ,1 Hebreto Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company. New York City. Pw-1 sons wishing (o purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector, care of The JevM Floridian. and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50. Sergeant Herbert Heltner To Attend Xaral Serviee Sehoal In Watthington Staff Sergeant Herbert B. Geltner, USMC, I >n oi Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner, 1780 SW 5th Street. has received orders to report to the Marina Barracks, US Naval Gun Factory, Washington, DC, to attend one of the top service schools in the nation. Orders are for attending the US Naval School of Photographic Interpretation to be held at the Naval Receiving Station in Washington. Selection (or the School of Photographic Interpretation came after eliminations throughout the 1 Marine Corps since June, 1952. • The course is only opened to offi| cers and top upper pay grade en' listed personnel. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FROrfT — PLATE and WINDOW CLASS rurnituxa Tops. Baralad Mirrors and R-iil-.riny Our Specialty L. A G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4831 MORRIS ORUN IRVISGGORDol, This is the second JJaval Service School that Sergeant Geltner has attended. He graduated from the Naval School of Photography at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, last December after completion of a four-month course of instruction. While serving in Miami, Sergeant Geltner was stationed with the Marine Air Detachment, Master Field, US Marine Corps Air Station. 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l Y, DECEMBER 19, 1952 |n Uanbautn \4 ited Here F. Danbaum, liquor firm jrnt and owner of the Lord f rt Hotel in which the cerePS took place, recently was |ded the George Washington Citation for meritorious ce to aid advancement of the race. _jibaum has been active in [ affairs since coming to Mi|in 1944. He has contributed |e United Negro and Carver larship Funds and has aided social and fund-raising aces among Negroes. Idoor Writers' Group winter quarterly meeting e Florida Outdoor Writers fciation got underway at the Colony, Marathon Shores, Friday. Some 75 members of Association are expected to pate. :h Taxpayers Expect lal approval of the Miami Taxpayers* Association's nmendations for an upgradcouncil and police force dighlighted at the organizameeting Saturday morning Monte Carlo Hotel. SttJttBMte *smm •kcrman Is l.iinn.iii Of lli-lli itlom Fund hiud Beckcrman, of 765 50th Street, Miami Beach, Of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ^een named honorary chairDf the Temple Beth Sholom |irm Fund, according to an jjneement by Leon J. Ell, b'e president. pi year, Becker gave a $2,500 oj Israel Bond as a capital be fund for the expansion of Sholom'g facilities, ring the High Holy Days, with the beginning of the lie's Tenth Anniversary Mrs, Beckerman presented ktantial cash gift in addition, pcourage the erection of a panctuary," Temple Board subsequent|tab!ished a trust account so gifts to the Building Fund Ibc specifically allocated for fcrection of a new House of Ihip, Ell said. Festival Of Lights Is Marked By Dairy PAGE 7B memorable struggles for freedom of conscience s commemorated in the Jewish holiday of Chanuka which ends this week. The festival celebrates the victory of a handful of Judean soldiers led by Judas Maccabeus in defense of their faith against the Syrian tyrant, Antiochus Eoiphanes, more than 2,000 years ago, about 165 B.C. One of the jolliest holidays in the Jewish calendar, it i s customarily marked with gift-giving, partying, games and gayety. Through the years, other forms of merriment have developed. Riddles, charades and in some countries, even street masques, became part of the annual festivities. In the new city 0 f Tel Aviv, in modern Israel, a picturesque ceremony grew up around the lighting of the candles. The mayor lights the first candle, and the Chanuka lamp is placed high on the water tower of the city, where it can be seen from miles away. The school children form long lines, each with a candle in his hands, and march through the streets. Many of the youth also continue with their flaming torches on a pilgrimage to the nearby village of Modin, where the family of the Maccabees had lived. As on all festal occasions, among all peoples, Chanuka is also the time for serving sweetmeats and other food goodies. Pancakes, or latkes, are the acknowledged characteristic dish of the occasion, and particularly, in recent times, potato pancakes. Cheese dishes are also customarily served. These dairy dish traditions have frequently been interpreted as symbolic of the bravery of Judith, a member of the family of Maccabees, who single-handed slew the Syrian General Holofernes. When she set out on her mission, Judith took with her only dairy foods in order to avoid eating non-kosher meat. There are others who say that pancakes grew into a Chanuka tradition because they make the perfect hot delicacy to top off a L m .T' S Pa AV." C0ld wintrv nifiht. Of the latter, there can be no question, for it i s as true today as ever From the test kitchens of I. Rokeach & Sons, Inc., come these new recipes for the traditional dishes with a fresh twist which should guarantee the success of any modern day Chanuka Kaity — or of any party during the year. DREIDEL COOKIES 2 cups sifted, enriched flour l A tsp salt '4 cup all-purpose shortening 3 oz cream cheese % cup sugar 1 tsp vanilla V 4 cup* thick sour cream 1 sq baking chocolate, melted Mix and sift flour and salt. Cream shortening and cream cheese. Beat in sugar and vanilla. Add dry ingredients alternately with sour cream. Beat until well blended. Divide dough i n half. Beat melted chocolate into one-half of dough. Wrap separately in waxed paper. Refrigerate 3 hours or overnight. Turn out on floured board. Roll out '/ inches thick. Cut with a 2'.-. inch spade shaped cookie cutter. Remove cut shapes to baking sheet. 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PAGE 8 B *Je*isti lhrrti.tr FRIDAY. ^CEMBER HEBREW ACADEMY PLANS ANNUAL Dili Fruchtman Calls For Communal Support Of Hebrew Academy 5th Annual Dinner Charles Fruchtman, noted industrialist and prominent leader of the Miami Jewish community, called upon the entire community to give their overwhelming support to the Hebrew Academy, which "is unquestionably the greatest bulwark and guaranty for an intelligent future generation of leaders in American Jewish life." Charles Fruchtman, chairman of the Fifth Annual Dinner of the Hebrew Academy, invited all residents and visitors in the[#* %  %  ^_ _x.—_ — Greater Miami C bri '. AcadWi men held a L tyalty Luncheon on Monday afternoon at the Hotel Good, launching the final phase of then campaign for the Pictorial Journal which will accompany the Fifth Annual Dinner. David Rosner. member of the Academy's Board of Directors, served as host. Mrs. B I. Binder and Mrs. Samuel Ritter acted as luncheon chairmen. Serving on their committee were the Mesdames Herbert Cohen, Samuel Cohen, Murray Deblingci, Harry ('..net, Harold S. Kaufman and Louis Sussman. Admission to the luncheon was free to those women who brought | S18 in Academy advertisements, cither in sales or purchases. Many of Greater Miami's leadvie, educational and religious leaders have been spending their Sunday mornings serving as is They have been participating in a new weekly series. The Hebrew Academv Quiz Kids. ; at 10:45 a.m.. Sundays over ition W.M1E. Among those who have already been on the program are :-• • :iour B. Liebman. Judge Harold B. Spaet. Shepard Broad. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Dr. Robert Littowitz, David Rubin. owitz. Dr. David S. Andron and Rabbi David Shapiro. The program features questions on Hebrew and general literature, culture, laws and customs, although the interrogations often venture from the Quiz Kids' specialties. It is a regular feature of Simon Seiden's weekly program. Dr. David Andron "I call upon you to do your utmost to continue institution which is forging and molding the lead T^ cause and movement in the American Jewish JI ^ told the organizational officials. **"* %  "Our present leaders must prepare for the leari.*. u Our future leaders require a composite traSST blended knowledge, ability, cultural intee ra £T h" standing and the inspiration of public responsib.lhr "The Hebrew Academy," Dr. Andron said, m a, h tory of five years has won an incomparable and f nv,£. lion m the annals of American educational circl*?S*J synthesis of American and secular training with imbrew scholarship has added a dynomic chapter to ?\ education in the United States." Dr. Andron asked "our leaders, our thinkers, cur ednJ all members of the community to mobilize on behalfT?! tinctive form of education of the Hebrew Academv % the residents and the guests of Greater Miami to visit the. and to observe for themselves one of the most unusual i in cultural growth." The Foundation of Letters Praise American Democracy Hebrew Acade^ Is Theme 01 Journal ABBA EBAN. Israels Ambassador to the United States, paid special tribute \9 the accomplishments of Hebrew Academy students on his visit here last year. Name Committee Of Dinner Workers With the Fifth Annual Dinner drawing closer, Charles Fruchtman. chairman, and his co-chairmen and members of the Dinner Committee this week redoubled efforts to make this year's affair the greatest in IIAcademy history. Working with Fruchtman is a committee that includes Isidore Goldberg. Harry Genet, Solomon Lobe). Kolman Luna. Jack Satin. Harry Sirkin, Harry Koretzky, David S. Andron. Paul Grossmger. Lewis M. Bacott, Hyman Jablow. Matthew Silverstcin Samuel Cohen, Sam Reinhard, Samuel M. Grundwerg. Benjamin Sherry, Samuel Ritter. Charles Bender, Han.Id Shapiro, Saul Genet, Martin Genet, Benjamin Appel. Joseph Cohen. Irving Firtel. Joseph M. Rose. Jacob Kaufman. Harold Turk. Samuel C. Levenson, Dr. Irwin Makovsky. Daniel M. Broad. Abraham Mason. Harry Cohen, Burnett Roth, B. I. Binder. Alexander Kogan, David Shapiro, Irving Cypen, Max Silverberg, Eli Quain, David Levinson, Raymond Again spearheading the Hebrew Academy Women's Pictorial Journal Committee, is Mrs. David S. Andron. As chairman, she promptly named Mrs. Samuel Cohen and Mrs. Roy Sitomer as vice chairmen. All three played a prominent role in making last year's journal one of the most successful any organization has ever produced in Florida. "The theme of this year's journal will be Jewish And Biblical Culture — The Foundation Of American democracy." Mrs. Andron reported. She emphasized that there is still plenty of time for firms and individuals wishing to place advertisements to obtain space. Working with Mrs. Andron, Mrs. Cohen and Mrs. Sitomer are 42 captains: Among them are theMesdames H. Cohen. M. Debllnger, M. Dubler. M. Fenster. I Firtel, S. Fuchs, H. Genet, I. Genet. C. Gertler, I. Goldberg, A. Gross, S. Grundwerg, D. Harrison, A. Lauer. J. Katz, H. Kaufman, G. Kimmel, A. Kogan, H. Koch, T. Landesman. The Mesdames D. Levinson, H. Leibman, A. Margel, I Makovsky, L. Makovsky, E. Pertnoy. H. Reinhard, S. Reinhard. R. Reich. E. Rosch, S. Ritter, M. Rothenberg, R. Sakewitz, D. Seid, G. Schifrin, J. Shapiro, I. Spolter, J. Sussman. L. Sussman. J. Rackovsky, H. Teitelman and J. Zem. 1 The Hebrew Academy's Journal unlike most others, la designed as a keepsake, and each year, scores of requests are made for additional copies. Every couple atAeadvmm Uromptt Are Vital Arm Three of the most vital arms of the Hebrew Academy are its auxiliary organizations—the Hebrew Academy Women, the Room Mothers and the Fathers' Club. Heading thesegroups this year are Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, Mrs. Alexander Kogan and Irving Firtel—all long active in the school's affan s. The Women have been spending most ot the Fall on their major fund-raising project of the year, the Pictorial Journal. The Room Mothers—serving as a form of PTA—have highlighted their activities with moves designed to better community relations for the school and better parentteacher-student relations. The Fathers* Club recently held its annual election, returning Firtel to office and naming George Kimmerl, Dr. Irwin Makovsky and Sidney Rubinowitz as vice presidents. Dr. Harold S. Kaufman. Aaron Lauer and Isidore Spolter were named recording, corresponding and financial sec retaries. Frank Bnckrnan is treasurer. Vice presidents of the Hebrew Academy Women are the Mesdamea David S. Andron, Harry Genet, Alexander Kogan. Samuel tending this year's dinner will be Ritter, Roy Sitomer and Louis presented with a free copy. The last two Annual Journals were awarded special priaM for content, typography and general appearance by printing as UOIU Rubin. Ben Zion Ginsburg. laf. •lore S>,her. ,;, „. K mme Frank Brickman and Harry HorSuaamaa. Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky .-< i vi s as treasurer, and secretaries include the Mesdames Cohen. Aaron Sonntag, Jacob Katz, Irving Firtel and Samuel Grundwerg This page, dedicated to the HebreuAcademy Annual Dinner, was prepared under the direction of Dr. David Andron, Academy president. Letters of praise to tl Miami Hebrew Acadeay come from every section world within the past j, eluding salutations from the State of Israel's leads} lomats. Moshe Sharett, Forei ter to Israel, made a inspection of the Hebret amy last June and report* "I am amazed t<> find suchii ern Academy located so New York and the other tablished J. wish commt America Sharett con' Hebrew witii students if grade %  <( the Acaderr.y. aN ported that "Your Lnguafe ity compares favorably %  of student Israel Am; AbbaS-fl visited the Academy in ber, 1951. paid a special Academy students who a musical program at a ial dinner held in his the Saxony Hotel. "Academy students night's affair a true U* rael," the Ambassador sai Eban. who accompanied bassador to Miami Beach, ed. "The Academy touched my husband's! deeply than any other stowed upon him toni) Professor A bran* Fraenkel. world-famed matician of the Hebrw versity. wrote Rabbi Gross that "You have really astonishing rcsate Academy students ** markablc knowledge Bible, its commentary history of Hebrew'" other subji Dr. Leo Jung. Pr" 1 Ethics at YeshiW Wl() te Rabbi Gross tW Hebrew Academy ** %  moat distinguished ot | day school., in this combines loyal* to with modernity. and up-KH ii*l Unr* Bmmeh AmdUmHmm Tr*n*U>rm<>d QCl.WwiU 35 f J '""" v 4,h ,n M !" Beach Audinlt^arran SU C!tt ^—• The cornto assure eve ?s ZTmZi "*T*~ dworation P ,a s one hand. l( | ,^ "" *"* r m 0 Xhe smaller c ub I l n n l h jI*.?" !" ,*' niul -nio.phere of a the first .me"n ML n so larl, X2£* L' Pr bably ample.room for danc ng n a ,nE i! fUnCt '" n ,here wi a ancing on a spacious, smooth dance floor. approach afVedagofic techniq* Dr. Robert ContoPj Bible at Jewish Theoloj inary and rVofe^J. guagc. their l0£*' comprehensn n of ne first hand, was c r joyous %  n> 0 Sr!L dev^ f.es to the skill andd the entire staffwarn



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1952 *Jew 1st Fkrkir,, '17 hanuka Is A National Festival PAGE 9 B By SAMUEL PASNER I The Jewish Festival of Lights Lv be regarded not only in the toed ;l n'ligious holiday but fimarily as a great national fes|v:il. To sec the extent to which lh;iunka is a national Jewish Uiday, we may observe what Jpp, %  in this connection in Isjcl There, ChanukS is a gigantival of light for the Isclite. \X. le streets, windows and balL] are all brilliantly illumin| C( |. An imposing Menorah is iblicly lit ceremoniously. The Lssing is pronounced and folL((l by a resounding Amen Jom a vast multitude and a Jjoiua of numerous voices singLg the Ma'oz Zur, followed by focessiona and marches of thou[nds if men, women and chilrcn waving lit torches, candles nd flashlights. A sea of flame [companied by songs spreads trough the atmophere. [This celebration recalls vividly \v trying times which brought \\<\ %  xistence the first Chanuka i IOO years ago. King AnIw'hu.had determined to conu,i J rusalem and subjugate the Death and destruction in sh land did not soften tle ran i : this despot. The repression finally resulted in open reoit c< mmeneing in the small iwn Modin. There, the aged West, Mattathias Maccabbee, | his five heroic sons, | %  ie standard of rebellion.! lettathias himself, realizing the %  imerical superiority of the v. limited his activities to berrilla warefare. !•: %  after he passed his hun(rcrith birthday, he still exhorted \ to continue the fight the tyrant. His son, Julaii. appointed as a commander l> father shortly before death lad .-< aled his lips, decided to |ag> ..n open battle against the ijemj in the year 166 B.C. Vicory i< : the Jews followed. Aniochub was dismayed but not |iscour;.ged. He despatched a iige urmy, and again a pitched attic followed a year later at |eth-Zur, The skill and determined deration of the Jews to their ause defeated the larger number of enemy troops. Shortafttr wards, the Jewish warliors entered the Temple, the |ates of which were burned, mile the altars were covered kith G:eek idols. Instantly, they turned to the task of restoring fcnd purifying the Temple. When •he task was completed, there took place the first Chanuka. a. word signifying dedication at the Temple. 'I" the Jew, Chanuka, while regarded as one of the minor f<-st,! vas has also been a religious holiday. The religious significance became especially prominent with the transmission of the recital .,t a fascinating miraculous event | We are told that on the first chanuka day. a little jug of purified' oil was finally discovered after long, diligent search. The tiny jug held enough oil to lust only one night. To the surprise of the high priest, this small amount of oil burned -brightly for fully eight days. To this very day, Jews recall the events associated with this miraculous occurrance by kindling the Chanuka lights for eight days. Chanuka has, besides, been a festival in which Jewish heroes and heroines have been extolled. The heroes immortalized were not only those who defeated the hated despot but also martyrs who courageously dared to defy him. The war waged was a struggle of right against might, a flight for the very existence of the Jewish religion. In this connection. Congress Weekly of December 4. 1950, makes the following statement in one of its articles: "Before the Maccabeans. Israel had known enslavement and expulsion, political and military destruction, but not religious persecution." One of the Jewish heroes of those times, whose sainted memory is revered, is the aged Eleazar described as having preferred to suffer a slow, lingering death through torture rather than to partake of forbidden food. We are also told the sad story of Hanna, the mother who was compelled to see her eight sons slain singly before her very eyes for then refusal to kneel before a Greek idol. anuka has, besides, been a great source of inspiration to Jewish genius. The extent to which Jewish art was given little ri cognition may be seen in the wet l lal in 1037, a book entitled The Ails appeared, and that its author, Hendrick Van Loon, devoted less than two pages out of 700 to a chapter entitled The Jews. He, moreover, closed this very short chapter by speaking of the Jews as "a people who themselves had been completely without art." Nevertheless, those who visited the Chanuka exhibits displayed by the Jewish Museum in the City of New York could not fail to note the great ability of the Jewish artists. Pig & Sax noon iik 600-602 N.E. 13th St Specializing in "BARBECUE SPARE RIBS AND CHICKEN" Open 7 A. M. Til 5 A.M. 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PAGE 10 B Je*lstncrkMa*i Kaplan Named To Head B'nai B'rith Council Here A. J. Kaplan, Miami Beach attorney, has been elected president of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida for the year 1953, succeeding Sidney M. Aronovitz. Kaplan is past President of North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and is an active civic leader. Elected to serve with Kaplan as officers of the B'nai B'rith Council for the coming year, are: vice presidents — George J. Talianoff, now serving as president of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Leo Steinman, past president of North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and Lewis Sternshein, past president of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Others are recording secretary, Manuel Lubel, secretary of Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith; financial secretary. Marvin Rauzin, treasurer of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith; and treasurer. Jack Kirschbaum, vice president of Flamingo Lodge, Hialeah. B'nai B'rith. The B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida coordinates the program and activities of the ten B'nai B'rith Lodges in the South Florida area, including Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS H.:i:l.r.Y tllVEN that the 11 mi. rsbrni I. desiring to i • business under th, flctll .an i HEi n 'l< s BAR \\'i> 'i:!l.i.. .,' :-'i N. K at A\ enue, Mi no %  • • laid nan f :'i ;he l rrk of I'-.i'. %  Pale Count) Florida ETTi >RE % %  l-\ \\ riNI BTErHEN P Kl SSl.KR Atturne) for Appl cant i s u said Avenue 2 '19-26 NOTICE UNC-R P'CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE lo ui GIVEN i'->i the undersigned, doalrlng to encase In business under the fictitious name of CLAIRE'S COFFEE .-.I"!'. .H 1440 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intenda i" reglater aald name with the i lerk of the Clrcall Court of Dade County. Ftorida CLAIRE P SII.VKltS Sole • hrntr MARX M PABBR Attorne) for Applicant ui' Concreaa Hldg. I.' 1-L'6 -12-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNO** FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE !•• .• ..i GIVEN that the undej alfnod, de.sirlnu to cucagc in liuainea* under the flctitloua name .if CAMPUS MUSIC MAltT. at 6*15 Ponce de Laon Blvd., Coral (Sable* *... Pa intend to register amid name Kith the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of I;ide Countv. Florida ROBERT KTRAHHB1m; K.\ i lilll.V STRA8SBURG II 1? 2S — 1 2-9 ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVkNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOfc COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. loS74-C h IHN v DCUOAN i iintiff .1 v i: ... Dl'GGAN I NOTICt toi PUBLICATION I .I.\ BF i. Hl'lilIAN I l liattuuu, vm v i: i: riEREBl NOTIFIED thai %  Hill •' Con ,'!.• mi I-I D in. n .in i aaalnsl >ou in the ibove in lea i • and you aw ..ied in aarve %  cop) of MI.-VM to the Ulll "' ''" on I'lalnl n al I nJ IB* the original in the % %  ui. • %  the Clerk of i rcull • "mil t "ii fore the 19th daj of J.i'i othei wins .i Decree Pro Confess will be entered against >mi. riiinotice shall be publlahed once each week f"i foui consecutive v/eejka in THE JEWISH Kl.oltll'IAN l>Hted .-it Miami, Florida, this llth ,t., > ..r December, I:•:.-' E II I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Coui t iS. ..II lt> II C OltEEN Deputy Clerk BERNARD S MANDI.EK Attorney for Plalntlfl M)l Ingrahum Building Miami. I \oi lil.i II l*-tt — 1/2-9 LEGAL NOTICt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS Ili-.HM'.i GIVEN tlut the undersigned, desiring to engave m under the flctitloua hama ot PRIM PRODCCTS COMPANY OF MIAMI, at 27iO Went F-.agicr Sli.-.l .' %  i i r.' .'i intend* to register Die 0 i the Clel k of tl. lilt Co in! '.,,.Mt K J\i'K KoltoRovV. Applicant MVRRS III IM.lN \ KAPLAN %  .i n,-is for Applicant %  M I I J2E5L22!*. is, Ruth Brotman On TV Program Thursday Miss Ruth Brotman will be interviewed on the Queen of Clubs Program. Sinwill discuss her recent trip t.> Israel. A musician and critic who divides her time between Miami Beach and Canada, Miss Brotman attended the new state's First Annu.il Music Pestivated last AlIRUSt The program is scheduled for Tuesday, December 23rd. 2:30 p.m., over television station WTVJ. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HsJRKBl GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlntr to engage in bualneaa under the flctitloua name of BOULEVARD SERVICE .STATION, at 944 Ills. a\ ne Blvd.. Miami, intends to register laid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade County, H i.inda. BAM RoRRINS STEPHEN F KE88LBR Attorney for A|i|illc-int I S W tfcld A V. II lie 12 I-M 1/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that t':,undersigned, desiring t.. engage in business under the fictitious I in I UNION RECORD OP PUORIDA •: Pai il c Building, M ami, intend recitei aald nam the Circuit Court • .Ida EDW IRD i: AltTHI It I. • with the Clerk "' 1 "'''"""•>• OEORGR TIERNET BE<'KERM \N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< "TICE is HEREBY GIVEN tluit the ui. .. ralgni dealrina t.. encace in I.'i-.n. ni.il.i the flctltloui name ..f I'AUM HARBOR MOTEL, at 10040 W e-t ii ,\ Harbor I n ,\ %  Town -.f Bay Harboi lalanda, Plorlda, Intend to I.I;..I.I mid nam.with the Clerk the '"in uli Court of Dade O i Ida MII-II VKI. n M7PT LEAH I.AVTON KADlE I.AYTuN KOYNRR MANNHEIMBR Attoi in f... Applli .intIi i.i' n Road •' Beach, Plorlda l -' i %  • u i :• • i lutny. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai t le underalaned, dealrlrui to en • : ; indei the fl. tltlu i name of la 'BERTS, al '."'.. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, int. r. Ito reclater aald name ,th the Clerk of the Circuit i ...irt ..i Dade Co uiti P ,., ,^VVN STEWART INC. S EET a WOLP Attorney* f,.r Applicant 1101 .s... ,ii it, I:IJ K 12 I9-SC — ] NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 2024S-B In He: ESTATE OF AlKilJ-H A KNtlKI.. Deceased Ti> All Creditors and All I'rraon* Having Claim* or Demands Against Said Batata: You. and each" of you. in* hereby notified .in.l required to preeent any ciaiui* and demand* which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of AlMiU'll A ENGEL, deceased late of Dade County. 1-lorlda. to the HonoMbla County Judge* of Dade County, an.l file the same In their office in the Countv Courthouae in Dade County. Plorlda. within -ight calendar month* from the date Of the flrai publication hereof said claim* ..r demand.t.. contain the legal ad Iras* of the claimant and to !• mmra to and presented IL* aforesaid, same will he barred. Iate l'ecemher Ij A l I9&1 I.II.I.IAN ODZ AAdmlnlatratlil Cum I'i -tamento Antiexo of the Pattate Of AlH.l.lMl A BNOBL, I 'eceaseil TALIANOPr', BBy Attorn. •> f..i Administratrix It !-:•; i t-t M NOTICE UNOF.R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is in. HI ,.> tllVEN tluit the undersigned, desiring to enssce In si's'i'iV, '',''•' ""' rictRtoua name of SONDRA PASHIONS al Itl B K ...i tyenue, Miami. Plorlda, Intends w reglater raid nam.. it|, th e Clerk < Ircult Court of Dada County. MICHAEL ROSENTHAL Bo e '\\ n#r MARX M FA It Kit Alt. rtlO) f..r Applicant III ongrees Bldg I M I j-i. AD WOLPERT FEATURES Xalitnuilh/ \tli list tl lirandm" • KROEHLER Living Room Furniture • GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances • SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet • LANE Cedar Chests • CARRIER Air Conditioning oZ^WOLPERT'S Help You Make Your House a Home NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY No. 155263 DUNCAN A Mai CLURE \*. JIANITA DvZAMoKA .Mac 1.1UK • 0 Okaia liavtriaon Naval Base, South Carolina SUIT FOR DIVORCE Po Juanlu DeZamora MacCJan You %  :. %  hereby n..tirid that a Bill of i omplainl for Divorce has be*n rile I agalnal you. and you are required to aarvo %  coin of your An*wei or Pleading to the mil of CooiI 'l-i!!". 1 ^ '" ,n '" Plaintiff.Attorney. STEPHEN r KK.ssi.Klt. I s\v Itad Avenue. Miami, and file the original Answer or I'leadlng In the ..ffi.e oi the cierk of the Circuit Court on or before the lsth day of January. Let If you fail to do s... judgment by default will be take,, agsJnM you ror the rellel demanded ,,, the lull ,,f < oinplHiut This m. ||,-e shall he MbllalMd mice each week for foul conaa utlvi week* In TDK JEWISH PUORIDIAN %  MI.NK AND tiUDERKD a, Mia.nl. %  i iila. thla H.th day of De. .mil,, r. K B L.BATHERMAN, • lei k, Circuit Coon, 1 lade i 'ount) Pan ids' K ir. II, t Court Seal i By W.M w STOCKING ii i.-M 1 A 7 "> '•'• %  "' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MS Northeast I2l*t EDGAR BOWEN ARTHUR l. ,___. owner* I'JHX 1 THOMAS *,;:l'.:" A: '. A \ r ..,"ral : HUI'PLY, at Street, Miami. register -aid H1ESTAND S3? '", ^""'^-'-'•'n-e slTppl,IN T N HE T 'cfRr B ,u T PUB, ,C T 'ON f c C '"CUIT CO (jRT EVENTH JUDICIAL FLORIDA tN AND COUNTV. IN OF THE CIRCUIT OF FOR DADE No. fA AN v KANTRt.w. Plaintiff Mil.TON ft i WOLPERT FURNITURE CO. C ORAL WAY l r ive POINTS" TO: Hr.,kln. New Y„ r |, y u '^ e "• '^n '"*%?& CJ^AfS U the inn Qt You are uf Coiuiuaint ntel agsln*t K^^%Sia'fl7r. B,,, Afl f O asv W V BUB, HKIM v s 'Z". A '" neys. fnd f"e the original Anaw.r ".U 1 "'* 1 "' '"a In the off*,. ,,'. An w r *' r I'lead<:ircult Court .m „, il, l rk of ,h •**> "f January t^ ^/ W 'I' ,h do so. Judgmen, ?. v H V ," u '*" ••Wen ag-.J,.'?!,,, 0 ,,,,.'''/.,? 1 ,7'," A* manded in the Hill „ ,. r *".* r d '"THE 5KW.S I V"^RTD!! V C. "" A iTiii M ,0,h d ->• %  < SL2'•^THKItMAN. 11.J i K / %  r ,r,u Court, (Ctarajlt Cou^^eV,';"" 1 n r,d y WM. W BTOCKINa MTERS. HE.'^N'VKip^N in u n 'J", ,,,r ''lalntlff AN u? 8 T >1 S. 1 1 """ding Miami. Florida H/ll-lt-M l/t at Miami. I • mlier %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN ,'HUJ,, t No. 2921S-B n, Re ESTATE op OWEN CUNNINGHAM, Deceaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All l'.r-.nHaving Claim* or Demands Against Bald Batata: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to preaent any ,'lalms and demand* which you. or either of you, may have against the estate ..t OWEN CDNNINtJHAM. dei.-.i-i-.l late of Paaaalc County, New Jersey, to the Hon. County Judge* of Dole County, and file the aame In their offices In the Countv Courthouae in Dade County. Mo, Ida. within eight calendar month* from the date of the flrat publication hereof. Bald • .mi.* or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to lie aworn to and nreaented aa aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 110 of the 1133 Probate Act Date December t. AD. Iii2 l%l LEON KAPLAN A* An.-iiiaiv Administrator c.t.a. OWEN CUNNINGHAM. MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPDAN*"^' Attorney* for Ancillary Administrator M> Seyhotd Building Miami. Ha. .-' 12-IH-2* — I/t 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155022 ARTHUR THOMAS MERRITT. Plaintiff. v. MAR1 %  BOER MHHRITT. Defendant TO MARY 8EOBR MERRITT 1431 South Carolina Avenue. SK \\a*hinuton. D. C. You are notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce ha* been Mod anainsi you. and you are hereby re<|,ilred to serve a copy of vour amarej to the Hill of Complaint on the ulalntlff* attorney. DAVID A PRANK, 40J Olympla Building. Miami. Plorlda, and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dad* County. Court House, Miami. Florida, on or before the :,th day of January, 153. DATED :it Miami, llorlda. thin 5th lay of December. \f.; K i: LEATHKIUtAN. C'erk of the Ci, cult Court D.ule County. Florida B) WM W. STtH'KINC, Detiuty Clerk CIKCC1T COURT REAL) D win A FRANK Vttorney for l'1-iintiff l'IJ-l-2 — l/j knANetfr,' MARTHA HAYDErf" %  7%BW I..U^ CA ^0N ALBERT HATHEN ^ NOTICE o/ TO: ALBERT Hoyi HI kamai m, ,' oi A in-: i',,L.',rv filed air^u.. '" llvoe. N a Y ork. II*' Ii. en agabM cauai y..u m yi*i above entitle i hereby require I I '"> your Answer t th IS!?*.* c "w"3 "'.• ongin.il .„ lhl ,,,"•'> %  nd|g ed'^;;;-!';,;, -^ii^l each ;eek"f:;r^ u ';:: n r t l *.i in THK JEWISH pi5S^L3al "•>l-d at MUM V' :AN day of Deoembar, 1950 thls lat j • SS JiW***. 'or Plaintiff Ll %  '"•"bi'm Building Miami, Florida H/S-12-19-2C I'll U>T Attorney* HTOCKW," UL0T NOTICE NOTICE IS the undersigned, desiring to, HKRF;BY GIVEN la, bu*in. und.^'the'^u^'f*'* OARDNAR Mt-LLOY ^yJW*, !..'EAN iN'. 2MJ Sonthwi^rS'. ml. Florida. Intend to ?, m *r MS ,he <*£ rt of Dade County. Ftail. 8. 1RWIN HFCKFP EDWARD I. BBIFI SIIF:INER a SPIKI.KK A '. ,or n y for Applicant* 102 Roper Building Miami. PU ll/2 — 12/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (3IVEN that the mi.I. .'signed, (lesirine to engage In bualneaa under the fictltlo-ia name of UNITY F-l RNITIRE & CI.0TIIINO. al ITS] N.W. 7th Street. Miami. Fla Intend to register aald name with the Clark of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PRANK KlTcllNKR MAIRY ALTBRBON UNITY PURNITURB CO.. an Illinois Co-I'artnershlp H > Morrl* Ska toff, a Partner SHELDON LBLCHUK Attorney f.ir Applicants H04 I „g ra ha in Itldg ll/n II :,-i2-i• rsr.1 BERICK, BHAPIRO a nuiD Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Rd 11/28 — 12/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslilng to engage In business under the fl. tltlou* name of AK MAHI "' 3001 r ""l" Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intend* to reglater said name with the Clerk of the farcuit Conn of Dud Florida. MTLDRBD C sole owner \\ EINSTEIN, WEIN8TEIN A WKIN8TEIN Attorney* for Mildred C. C 1 %  it.ia.ea 1 / tViunly. CARI.VI.F: •rlyle IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,] AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERr. No. 1M29 BHELOON Ii BARu.N, Plaintiff \* JOAN BARO.V. 11. :i.i.n.t To: JOAN IIARuN ST I Peahlhe A'. Newark. New Ji-r.-ev NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ton, JOAN BARON, are htntf notlfled that a Bill .,( I'otnpUlit afJ Divorce ha* been filed axaiut ns, 1 and you are rei|in;e,| •., serve *cejfl of your Answer or Pleading to at BUI of Complaint un the Attorney, HENRY srssKNlum 1041 Seybold Building. Miami, Figiila. and file th. An>wfrg< %  leading in thoffice of the Clot • of the Circuit 1 ourt nn or brior tk 29th day of IVcemher. 195!. If JU t fall to do *n, Judemeiit bv default %  1 l>e taken against you fur the rcU | demanded in the BUI ul < ninplaint. Iated thla 2Sth day of Novrrakf, 1 If SJ F:. n LEATHERMAX, Clerk. 1 Daile Ciiutit I• rid* By: WM W STOCKING, Deputy Cierk HENRY NUSSFJNHAI >l Attorney for Plaintiff 1041 Seybold Buililinx Miami. Florida 12'S-l2-19-2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that the undersigned. de*lrlnx to engage In SJU'.'PSS'. "'"''' r ,hr fictitious name of S Jv'V'J'.' s K£? HBR DBUCATBBSBN AND RF^TAI RANT, at 414 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Intend to n-Mlster iwid name with the Clerk of th> t Ire Morlda HARRY L. ORI'BER 12/5-l2.,9.2 M-WOCA mUBKR • ult Court of Hole County. NOTICE UNOCR PlCTiTIOUt „._, NAMK LAW ,• T i gyJl, be t.ken aaalnst you IJJ demanded in the III .;.•', 'J MJV DASCompl KOVNKIt oln Road. Miami I leach, fj" file the origin.d Answer or %  In the office of th• i"* '"^ "ii C ,^ Tt £Tr '""lS if r'" M' •a? Decemlier. I*'('.'Mi ^i Illtl DONE AND tl ; KHKI f v' v( mbe-. Florida, %  ,h ,lav ot • No this 28th day "" E B. UtAYHEBJU* Clerk. Circuit CojB Dade County. PJanss (Circuit Court Seal) ^^ }K Deputy l'lrk KOVNRR A MANNHBIMW 420 Uncoln Road Miami Besrh. Plorlda 12/5-12-19-M ATTEMTIOM ATTORNEYS! COHPOHATiON BUT** !" 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r;--: %  ?•_-::• I r?_3'-v:-4 Ki?,J;g DECEMBER 19. 1952 LEGAL ROTICE = e N^I^ T,T,0U8 E |M HEREBY OIVEN that MKtif'1. desiring to nnaite in under the fictitious name of | SUE [>RUtl COMPANY, at wler St., Miami, F'la., intend „ r \; l | l | name with the Clerk |jivui> Court of I '.nir County, RAY BBRRIN and WALTER KAYE 5-lJ-ll E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ty IS HEREBY OIVEN that %  ratgncd, desiring to engage to under the fictitious name nf LETTER & 1'RINTINO CO.. l\V.-i Avenue, Miami Bench. register said name with the TinCircuit Court of Dude fK1,: '"'" %  unrma RUBIN HAROLD RUIIIN JACK RUBIN (Owner!) |l.' j-12-19 __. ITICE TO CREDITORS COUNTY JUDGE* COURT YD FOR OADE COUNTY, fcRIDA. IN PROBATB T NO 2854-A [ESTATE OK IAN HORN, Deceased ..'rtltors and AH Persona Claims or Demands Against t.'i.il.Jnd each "f you, are hereby %  and required to present any Ind demands whirl) you, or you, may have against the NATHAN HORN, deceased hade County, Florida, to the y i:i,\NToN, County Judge. County, and file the me lo in the County Courthouse County, Klorida, within eight months from the date of |t publication hereof. Said demands to contain the %  rr of the claimant and to In and presented as aforeMme will be haired. fremher 21th. A.D. I9..2. I..ll:l llnUN and %  OKIt IS HORN, ItO) "f Ihe Last Will .1 Testamenl of IATIIAN Hiilt.N", DMMMd. ,\ MANN HELM Ell for Executors %  LEGAL NOTICE Mg^jjflMHfciMi PAGE 11 B NOTICE UNDERFACTITIOUS business under ,|,,. f i "Ki en a ,: ln ass? KK£F5 rSaS BKRJCK, BHAPIRtlTraiED WC ASfTSSa ", Appllcam 410 Lincoln Road 11 .'38 — i:v.-..12-l NOT,CE ti2S£ L :$ !" ^i~ bu-toe~ under •J21X2F..!*. %  JOl MOTEL, at a IMsrajne Boulevard Ictltlous name oi at Boutbwesl Corner of ? re*tr-Mtem a i! d iC |3a Mi*,'' Florida. '' '" eunty, "anorw.' 1 1 .'''"'"': ATI, ,x. i-WfSmm ,,,„ ey. I Al I, B. UOLDBBBc, si: SHEINER & Sl'LELKIt *"'"' ,; "' > %  ii.-."'"*' "."' AiM.lhant-Miami 32, Florida 11/28 — 1,o-12-l9 NOTICE NOTICE the undersigned bltslncHM NAM D f R LA F ,!v CTIT,OUS HEREBY OIVEN desiring tn ty, Klorida. Attorney tar AnrtCurta •' Seybold Bids it/it-ii.ji j/" NOTICE N FICTITIOUS ihe undersigned, IIVBN that 12 5-12-19-8 ?'DNEY ABI'LER JACK KINKI:I,STKIX ,N DSgrc T 0 V UNVv CE F L S OR?D U A RT P.K HSTAT^,rA HARRY L. WII.KNSKY, NOT l .?£ %  N.IENTION TO'MXKE ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN tlutt % •dun. il, desiring to engage in 'he fictitious name of SIN." "ii SERVICE. ;.l Street Miami. Klorfmli" register said name 'l.rk nf the Circuit Court unity. Florida IIAICIIV SISSIXMAN |M I BRENNER I; Road %  COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IND FOR DADE COUNTY, lORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 28086 B KST \'i i: • 'K |ls A liEI.US [ % ased ^TICE TO CREDITORS [ Credltoi ..nil All I'. i sons oi Demands Against t ;ii ... of you, ar.hereby land reuu red t.. pr.--.-ni any gad -ii inands u bfch you, .r you, ma) have against the MoRltlfl A U ELLIS, dell f Hade County, Florida, mi County JinlReH ..f Bade %  the same In theli c UTII-. i'ourthouse in Florida, within elfhl from tindate .>i I' Iblii i Ii.-i eof Said .ii Is !.. contain the lien, ni ii. claimant an.l to %  presented as afore%  II be barred See J ,'•• • i. 1933 Probata Act Pven 24, A 1>. I9M, v s .;i:i.l.is. of the uaal Will %  nt of nonius \ .;I:I.I.IS. I >.-i-.-:i-..'l. ^Ol K !:•..-. II t..r '• %  • iiulldlns IH'.i III.i [ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I NAME LAW is HEREBY (IIVKN that rained, desirlns to ensau I In under the fictillous name of lAR. at t| 41st street. eh. intends to register xald ih the Clerk of the Circuit I'.i.l. county, Florida. ,, ^'jARNKTT CARVIN APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE N'-Tlci-: is hereby she, filed my final report and FINAL Ihat I have petition for r' CE L ,. NOER FICTITIOUS I.,, .NAME LAW |E IS IIKltKIlY GIVEN that mill., ,,„. f|,.,| llouB namr of art. A Si. PSi <,,,ln ''„ [ KMK FOOD CL.ITB it 21s MDml Avenue. Mlc .1 ',**" ld name lerk of the Circuit Court County, Florida ~ HERMANN ••'SEPH BERMANN ] lili:i'MAN 'BlSi. A PUc BU fw^I VUDOE-S COURT L0Rin? R DADE COUNTY, F-ORIDA. IN PROBATE. r N BCHWARTZ t*76 OF -F L OBI'DAT""'*i F*'f'vn ,; %  .'• NTK,,, :sTK lv lxr "I BATD DECBDLta'.trun- n ,ifi -'' •"< r"' Will I'lirporllnK SO be pi has |„ ''-'ament of said 1 i-ou' 'dmltted to probate "S B 1...W1.IN.;. /-l!-l Final Discharge as AdminUtratrlx of 111estate ..I IIMtltV I. WII.KNSKY de< eased, and that ,,n the i".(h ,|.,v of De.eml.er, ||.V... | „ lM h Honorable W t: BLANTOS. County •ludae of n.d.Countv, Florida for approval of said final report and for I nai discharge as Admlnlstratrls of the F.state of HAUIlV |, wu.KN. SK ), deceased Tins 241! %  day of November 1152 MARY B. WII.KNSKY Administratrix of the Estate ..t HARRY I. WII.KNSKV. RICHARD KRIEOER KINK"^"' Attorney f,,, the Estate of Harry l. Wllensky, 11/2K — I2/5-1S-19 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA No 27222 RE: ESTATE OF JACOB M SEIDENBERO, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given that we have filed % %  final report and petition for Final Discharge u Co-Executors ol tbe estate ..• JACOB M. SEIDBNBERG, deceased; and that on the tSrd day ..f December, 1952, we will appl) to the Honorabls \v K BLANTON. County Judge "f Dade County, F'l I.i. for approval of said final repi.it and for final rtl hargs ..s said Co-Executor* ..f the Estate of JACOB M BKIDENBERG, dei eased This 1Mb day of November, 1952, BKI'.VHA KAl'FMAN is \ \c JOFFF: ''..Exei ltoru ISAAIii iFFK Attorae) f'.i Executors II U II ".-12-19 IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "" NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVBN that ihe undersigned, deslrln, te ..naa n, DAVID Attorne) lioRINf! Mil.I.Kit RAYMOND CHARI.Ks K DlilCKKI: 3ff^fcWr R • JW Ingraham Rldg Miami, Kla. %  3/13-19-16 — 12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v. -,-, ,. NAME LAV V ,. N ''' V %  IS IIKltKIlY (ilVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in %  Kau"i '['It",' hl Jtetlllous name "f 'A;\l. FAIR RtTBBER I'm .DUCTS, I) %  .,!. 'c '!T : '\T .fou'evard, Miami, de oiinty. Florida. Intends to res""' r name with the Clerk the circuit Courl of Dade Florida, of County, STANLEY JOE L L SN Z E ELLER Attorney for LoulsTeller li'n I.me.in Road Miami Beach, F'la 19-26 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 29120 B In IdESTATE UF" 1.11| IS liKKKKS. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi Having claim.-, or Demands Agalnsi Saul Estate: Y.ni, and each of you, are hereb) notified and required P. present an) claims and demandWhich you, % %  either of you, may have agalnsi the estate of LOl'lS i:i-:i-:itl-:s, deceased late of Da.lc County, Florida, t.. the Hon. W F". BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the sain. In his office in the Uount) Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within elghj calendar months fr.nn the dale ..( the first publication hereof Bald claims or demands i" contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as afore*ahl. or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the lM:'. Probate A i Dale November 20th. AD. 1*51. FANNIE BEERE8 As Executrix ol the Last Will and Te.-la men I oi I/H'is iii:i-:i:i:s. Deceased. ISAAC JOFFE Attoruei for Executrix Inin C.iscayiie liiiildinx MJaml. Klorida If? it — IS/S-12-I9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 155012 MARY D. Kli.ii'Cis. Plaintiff, vs, JACK n.Kii.iccis, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JACK D.I-II.ICI'IS Residence I'nknown Yo %  JACK D-Kii.iccis. are hereby notified that a Bill "f Complaint for Divorce h.cbeen filed against you, and you are required lo serve a cony of your Answer or Pleading lo Ihe Bill of Complaint on the plnutitf's Attorney, GEOROB .1 TAUANOF'F, 120 I.ni. ..in Road, Mi .mi Beach, Florida, and file tl rlginal Answer or [leading in the office of the Cleric of the Circuit Courl on or before the 5th day of January, 1953. if \..'i (all in do so, Judgment by default will be taken agalnsi you fur the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for f..inconseeutlve weeks TBE JEWISH Kl.cKII'lAN AND ORDERED .it Miami. this 'tli day of December, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ILIR.D* iil?l?J& 1 -CIRCUIT r OF WUNT ,.ej,;^; K S tif vs. WILLIAM MA1RICK LaXUBSE, -,,.. ___ Defendant. -r„. ,.?, U ,'T F0R DIVORCE 1C Manhattan Avenue v ..*. V,rk New York are"'h r ."'''' A V, MAURICS I*JIIF;Z. are hereby notlfb-d that a Hill of SaSjWL 1 *: "r^ been "He'd sf,v" >< 1, a .'"' vou are required to htr u. h' |,V u'o V "i"' A fl r Plead. Zn.iffi.T"" "' • %  %  "I'laint on the i v AS',." Attorney. OEOROE J TALi s KF ,-, 42 "noln Road, Miami Answei or Pleading In the office of the I lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 5th day of January, T'I.V; liu?"JS." ,'" "", s "' JutomSPby dS %  ,'"',I'", 'T t:,k '-" ftaal you for com/.laiTiI ,k l; """-" "' lil11 <>' —XkLJS'S 8 ". ha '"• Published once ', THc k u' r -,''. |'! r '" n, "' n,,iv *•• -l2S£ H ^JPB Miami, Florida, ihlA 11 ttS, B, Ii. rd day of Dec.-mli. LEATHKRMAX, i l.rk. Circuit Courl. ,.,,__ P*de County, Florida. (< ir.uit Court Seal) By It. H. RICE. JR. .-,., .. „ Deputy Clerk. OEOROE J. TALIANOI'F Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Ileach, Florida 12/S-I1-19-H i 'i i.\i: Florida, A.D. 193: K. B LEATHERMAX, Clerk, circuit Curt. Dad.County, Florida. (Circuit Conn Real) B R, II RICE, JR. Depulv Clerk, QEOROE .1 TAUANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 12 12-19-28 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANOERY No 154810 HOWARD I SCAHEY. Plaintiff, HFrrii U. SPAREY. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: MRS BETH M. BPARE1 7146 Fay Street I.i Yolla CALIFORNIA You, BETH M SPAREY, are hereby, notified that a Bill of Complaint has, I, en filed against you. and you are. required to serve a copy of >"J Answer or Pleading to Ow BUI of Ci.inplalni on the PlxJutlfTs Attorney^ CINE ft TAYLOR Olyrapia Building, Mtaml -. ',; 1 1 -, 1 and flic tl rlginal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of t Organ Court on or before the day 1 „r Decembor, 1952. If v; JudKinenl by deUult taken agalnsi you foi i manded in riiis nolle each we.-k f.'i four %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 154997 MATILDA 0ATAN1O, Plaintiff, \ s JACK UATANIO, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JACK OATANIO 1(01 I'nlverslt) Avenue New York Clly, New York PLEASE TAKE NOTICE thai suit for divorce has I., .-ii brought aisainst you In the above styled court and you an required to file your Answer with the Clerk nf said Court and serve copy thereof on the plaintiffs Attorney, JOSEPH PARDO, 914 Seybold Bldg Miami. F'la on or before January Bth, 1HM. or De.-ree pro Cunlesso Will be entered against you Dated: December 6, 19">2. K I!. LKATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (CIRCl'IT COURT SEAL) By M c. ORREN, Deput] Clerk 12 11-19-H i I £ -TtlS CIR CUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. .„ NO. 1549S* CLAIRE OREBN8PAN, Plaintiff vs. DAV .'.UJ : BBBN8PAN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DAVID GREENSPAN 21111 Boltpn Street Bronx 60, New York. YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed attains! vou in the above entitled cause and vou are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original in the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of January, 1953, otherwise a Dei lee Pro Confess.. Will be entered agalnsi von. This notice shall !*• published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Dat.d at Miami. Florida, iliilili da) ni I'. c.-mlier, 1952. K B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk, circuit Court By WM \v EfTOCKINO, Deputy clerk CAI.I.iiT. SILVER A Mll.l.oY Attorneys foi Plaintiff s4 Ingraham Building Miami. Klorida. 12/12-19-26 — 1/2 L. N JCIUI CIRCUIT COURT QF THE iLl KS ^S ^D'CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY „' No. 155056 NADINE JOHNSON. I'laintlll. OB 2Sfeis? I ^ OJ i Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OFXiROE F". JOHNSON R D. m WM. w. STOCKING: Deputy Clerk I. R. MAYEHS Attorney for Plaintiff 507 Congress Building Miami, Florida 12/12-18-26 — 1'2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 154962 ELISE MAYEH. Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT SIDNEY MAYER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MR. ROBERT SIDNEY MAYER 6931) South Sh..re Drive Chicago, Illinois You ar required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of th.Clrcult Court on or before the "th day of January. IKS; otherwise the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. DATF:D at Miami. Florida, this 4tb day of December, I|i52. K B LBATHBRMAN. Clerk nt the Circuit Coui t (Seal) By: M C GREEN. Deputy i'l.rk MHHAEL M. ISENBERQ Attorney f..r Plaintiff Ha" Blaoayne Building Miami. Florida 12/12-19-26 — 1/2 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29102-B In Re: ESTATE OF JACK A. ABLIN, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Sai.l 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 JACK A. ABLIN. deceased late Of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, Within eight calendar months fr the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date De.eml.er .1. A.D. 1952. FAY ABLIN OEOROE .1. TALIANOFF LB" INARD ABESS As Executors "f the Last Will and Testament of JACK A, Ai:r.iN. Deceased QEOROE .1. TALIANOIE Attorne) for Ex.-i-ulors 42 1 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. I'la. 12/12-19-26 — I 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under the fictitious name of STERN BROS., at 9851 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with in.cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade Count), llorida. DANIEL STERN s.iiiPropi OEOROE .1 TALI \N"I'I Attorney for Petltlonei 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 12/12-19-26 — ill IN ul. "i!.< I Mts fall I" will I"' relief. the Bill of arii>lalnl ,. shall be published once f,.ur i oti-.-.-uin. Y-ni: ..I WISH l U'Rini *.N DONE VNI> i.l'.l'i i:> '' Ml F'lorlda. this 26ih day of N V VJ E B LEATHERM ^ N Clerk, Cln uit 'ui' • Dad.county, Florida (Circuit Court Seal! ,„...... Hv M. C GlU.EV l>epnt) Clerk IMNE ft TAYI-OR Attorne) for Plaintiff 6U-616 Olympu) l.uililu g Miami 52. Florida By: IDchard ti." Taylor iim is/$-n-i THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28240 B In Re: ESTATE OF MVXIM I1F:RSH|.,\, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: ... Ymi and enrh of you. are hereb) notified ami required to present any Al ,d demands which you, .f vou, may have against the Of MAXIM HERSHEY, delate nf Dade County. Florida, '„„„ PRANK II DOWU.NO, ludge of Did' ount). and ,„,.in his office in the ...,ti,,..isc In Dad. %  ount), Florida, within eight calendar months r..,i ii.dote of the flrst PUbMcalloa ,,.,,'i'f Said claims oi demands lo ,i„ legal address of the cialm.,,,, .....i ,,, be -norn %  "'a'fo'reeild -. m. will h I ml.. VI' ''V, RITRNETT BOTH ., Executor of the Last \M •in.i Testament of MAXIM I1KKSH1\. either I the Count) %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155041 I.ETTIE D. OAl'ODANNO. Plaintiff OAETANO XV CAI'ODANNO. I.iXcndant TO. C.AETAXO \V CAPODANNO Residence I'nknown NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vou, OAETANO W CAPODANNO. nre hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or .Heading to the Bill of Complnint on the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY MSSKNBAl'M. 1041 Seybold Building. Miami. Klorida. anil file the original Answer or Pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Dth day of January. 1953. If vou fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Dated this Sill day of December. 1952. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 22272 In Re: ESTATE OF' MAX Dl'lll, ER. D. ased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that I have filed my final report as Administrator of the Estate of Max Dubler. deceased: that 1 have filed my Petition for Final Discharge: and that I will apply to one of the Judges of the County Judge's Court, Dad.County, Florida, on the nth day of December. 1IM, f"i Ihe approval Of Ihe Mine and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of Max Dubler, deceased. Dated this 19th day of November. A 1>. 1952. Al.BICIlT Dl'BLER, Administrator WILLIAM I'M,LOT Attorney for Administrator S04 Ingraham Building Miami, F'lorlda 11/28 — 12,T.-12-19 E. B LBATHBRMAN Clerk, circuit Court. I lade County. Florida B) WM. W STOCKING I Ii put v Clerk HENRY NI -SSENBACM All. in. > for Plaintiff utii Seybold Building Miami. Plorlds • IS IJ-I9.M l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DELTA TILE CO.. at 2160 S. W. 1 .th Street, Miami, intend to resist.:said name with the Clerk of the I licuil Court of Dade County. Florida. • uii -ou QEOROE BOO AN MANUEL BRODER SEYMOUR A. GOPMAN Attorney for Applicants T.\:. Lincoln Ib.ail 12/12-19-26 — 1/2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tksi Javwtah Florldkm aoBottl Tour legal notice*. W cuv ictat yom patronage, and fjuarakIM accurate) Barrio* at l#aal rates*. Phone 2-1141 let messenger service. i ,-. ised tOTII AND FABER \lt..rneys for Estate of Maxim Ilershey 11! Congress Building Mbimi. Florida 12/lS-ie-M V* SEITLIN S COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 1* N. K. Ind ST. MIAMI It. FLA. BSSSSSSSSSSJ



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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
Creation Date:
December 19, 1952

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

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

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

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ael Exposition Coming To Miami:
(.inclusive
.prof nting
Israel Expo-
hundreds of
manufactured >n Israel
from scientific glass hi-
nts and telephones to can-
[odstuffs and automobile
l.,11 be opened at air-con-
.sliowrooms at 1604
ton Avenue on Sunday
Bni December 28th, 4 p.m.,
sponsorship of the
Israel Bond Drive.
[will be the first compre-
llection of the pro-
I Israeli industries, agri-
cience, ceramics, handi-
mS the aa^ s a a 5* i,fe f
the Jewish State. n y' .
Special ceremonies will markLf artUfl* at
the Rrand opening of the Expo-'
sition which will record in con-1 the Negev^ which is rapidly de-
res which to^rT^- Vel0ping int" toSotri
mS i ^ ^ StaU' has ure h"us'' "f taA These min-
made in developing its industry ends ,flud.
and commerce with the aid of
Israel Bond proceeds.
exposition include sample
rock deposits and minerals from
phosphates, copper,
kaolin and glass sand.
The Israel Exposition was dc-
to the official opening signed by Ismar David, promin-
ceremony. a spec.a invitational lent Jerusalem industrial design-
preview, will be held at 2 p.m., er and artist, wh
Prior
York World's Fair. pany plant in Israel, refriger-
The Israel Exposition will be I ators from the Philco plant and
open to the public from 3 p.m. to i the latest line of shoes produced
11 p.m., 'fjn Sundays through by the Jerusalem Shoe Corpora-
Thursday; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., on tion. All these plants originally
Saturday evenings; be closed on were established wjth the aid of
Fridays and during the day on i American technicians but are
Saturdays. Admission will be 25 now operated exclusively by Is-
cents per person. | raeli labor.
Among the Israeli-made pro-1 The Exposition also will in-
ducts to be placed on public view
here for the first time will be
a Kaiser-Frazer automobile from
the assembly plant in Haifa, tires
elude samples of everyday Is-
raeli consumer commodities: den-
tal creams and powders, shaving
creams, soaps, canned juices and
on Sunday, for outstanding lead-' | tol&X&&k^l!?HSl the ^neral. Tirc Plant_ and focdsluff!-
Alliance Tire and Rubber Corn-
Continued on Page 2 A
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liBxwjislbUEIliDididliiaup
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IME 26 Number 51
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
kited Nations Move To iUJA Adopts $145,000,000
Bring Middle East Peace
way, Seven Powers Call For
feet Israel Arab Negotiations
ITED NATIONS (JTA) The United Nations moved this
to bring about a Middle Eastern peace settlement by means
negotiations between the State of Israel and her Arab
he UN Special Ad Hoc Political Committee adopted a resolu-
ponsored by eight powers calling for direct negotiations be-
I Israel and the Arab States.
two resolutions which had the
support of the Arab bloc. The
first was a Pakistani resolution
requiring expansion of the mem-
bership of the Palestine Concili-
ation Commission from three to
five members and the transfer
v date, without prejudice! of its headquarters to Jerusalem
n spective rights and i from New York. The second pro-
posal which was turned down,
was a demand made by the Syr-
ian delegate that the question
of the rights of the Palestine
Arab refugees be referred to the
International Court of Justice for
^solution was carried by a
32 to 13. with the Soviet
|bstaining. The Arab States
against the resolution
obtained Israel's assent.
I resolution calls on the par-
the dispute to '"enter at
r
into direct negotiations"
ettlement "bearing in mind
lions, as well as the
lal i bjectives of the Unit-
Itions .n the Palestine ques-
| including the religious to-
ol third parties."
UN committee rejected
an opinion.
Immediately after the vote. Is-
kbbi Miller Will
Address Miamians
Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of
J ill be honored on Monday. December 22nd. with a Testi-
|ial Dinner to be given in his behalf by the Zionist Districts oi
". Florida at the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
tab Miller, long active in American and Jewish aflairs, w..s
er president of the American Jewish Congress, a delegate U>
founding session of the
JUl J> wish Congress and is a
liber f the World Jewish
res Executive Committee.
ring World War II, as secre-
-general of the Jewish Con-
he was a prominent figure
[ in Jewry's fight against
Ml and later represented
at the Paris Peace confer-
dinncr committee are:
Rabbi Maver Abramowitz, Mor-
ris Alpert. Louie Bandel. Leon-
ard Barr, Sam Blank. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel, Messrs. Daniel
Cravitt. Irving Cypen, Morns
Frank. Harry Genet. Leonard H.
Glasser. Isidore Goldberg, Dr.
Morris Goodman. S. A. Goodman.
Svdney J. Gnenberg, Ra bi Ja-
cob J. Honig. Abe Hurew.tz, Ar-
Kahn, Abraham Kasow,
and Sam
rael Ambassador Abba Eban
pledged that his government
would take immediate steps to
open negotiations for a peace set-
tlement. He was answered by
Syrian delegate Ahmed Shukairi,
who stated that the Arabs would
not negotiate with Israel until
the Jewish State "respected" the
UN decisions on Palestine.
The vote was a resounding de-
feat for the Arab States and an
ironical result of their own ac-
tions. The "Palestine question"
had not figured on the agenda of
the current General Assembly
until the Arab States insisted on
its inclusion. Their action was
immediately followed by inclus-
ion of Israel's complaints against
the Arab States.
The resolution calling for di-
rect talks which the Arabs
bitterly oppose was introduc-
ed after the committee had been
given, f.>r endless days, a rehash
of all the Arab complaints, charg-
es and grievances against Israel.
The cycle of Arab and Israel
charge and counter-charge was
broken this time though, when
Ambassador Eban, speaking for
Israel, made a moving plea for
peace and blueprinted a peace
program for the Middle East.
His lead was immediately pick-
ed up by Norway and seven other
neutral powers that moved a res-
olution calling for direct nego-
tiations. The Arabs unsuccess-
fully countered this by seeking
inclusion of conditions committ-
ing Israel in advance to accep-
tance of major Arab demands.
When these tactics failed, the
Arabs sought to have the reso-
lution withdrawn in its entirety
and the subject of Palestine de-
leted from the agenda.
Goal At New York Meeting
NEW YORK (JTA) The
three-day annual national con-
ference of the United Jewish Ap-
peal concluded here with the
adoption of a resolution setting
forth the UJA objective for 1953
as the raising of "the largest pos-
sible sums" to meet the urgent
needs of its constituent agencies
The United Israel Appeal,
Joint Distribution Committee and
United Service for New Ameri-
cans totalling nearly $145,-
000,000.
Edward M. M. Warburg was
unanimously re-elected general
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal for the third successive
year. The 1,200 delegates at the
.hur
eparations for the Testimon-
have been planned by
f"in, ii e of local Zionist lead- Rabbi Leon Kronisn
[representing the Zionist dis-
Miami Beach, Miami.
(; les, Broward County
da Zionist Districts
| Miami Beach.
the committee is
firman Seymour B. Liebman,
mas, president of the
Zionist District, Sid-
Ed Oka, Morris Simon
Lachman.
Also serving on the committee
are Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Eniei
Lesowoder. David Levinson. Dr.
I., M. Levin. Kolman Luna,
Norman R. Lyons. Abraham Ma-
son, Rabb, Moses MeschelofJ,
M,ssrs. Jack MUler Al Osh*
Al Ossip. Jo
Platoff. Sam Prosterman, R-oji
Di E E. Kaplan serving as j Joseph K. Ha< knvsky.
1 an men.
will begin at 6:30
ta at $4.50 per per-
ilable from any of the
[ Committee or at man soouii, d
Bond Offices in Miami B. Spund. Bernard Sterling
ch oi Miami. Members of the* Milton Weiss.
H.bbi living Miller
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia
(JTA)Adam Graetz, 24-year
old captain of the Israeli
freighter SS Abraham Graetz,
was taken off his vessel and
brought ashore here by tug on
orders of his father, one of the
owners of the vessel. Port offi-
cials described Captain Graetz
as "mentally ill".
Reports from Israel, on the
basis of which the ship's owners
asked that the captain be
brought ashore, said that he
had radioed Premier David
Ben-Gurion and other govern-
ment officials demanding that
his father. H. R- Graetz, be ap-
pointed Minister of Communi-
cations and that the director of
that Ministry be brought to
trial, or he would sink the ship.
When ordered by radio to ig-
nore the captain, the radioman
replied to Tel Aviv that the
captain was enforcing his or-
ders at the point of a pistol.
On tlie advice of a psychia-
trist, messages were sent to the
captain that his ultimatums had
been accepted and suggesting
that he fly back to Israel to*at-
tend the trial of the director of
communications Mini
, | r several messages i
Ived in Israel, the captain's
father flew to the United States
en route to the vessel which is
due in Halifax some time this
week.
conference acclaimed him for his
dedicated leadership of the UJA
during his previous two terms of
office. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz
was also re-elected vice chair-
man of the UJA for the third
successive year.
The sum of $2,250,000 in checks
toward the 1952 goal was pre-
sented at the final session by
leaders of Jewish communities.
The conference also adpoted a
resolution seeking to reverse a
downward trend in UJA alloca-
tions by some communities. The
resolution urged that "all com-
munities refrain from making al-
locations to the UJA out of the
proceeds of their campaigns
without first giving the UJA an
opportunity to have its repre-
sentatives meet with the repre-
| sentatives of the communities for
a full discussion of mutual prob-
lems and needs."
The 1,200 Jewish community
leaders from all parts of the
country were told by Warburg
that the United Jewish Appeal,
in the 14 years of its existence,
has raised' more than $806,000,-
000. and has succeeded in assist-
ing' resettlement and aid pro-
grams for a total of 2.240,000
Jews. This sum includes $72,000,-
000 raised during 1952.
William Rosenwald, national
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, called attention to the
$144,354,250 required by the UJA
agencies in the coming year and
said that the United Israel Ap-
peal would require the largest
sum, or $117,250,000, with $25.-
491.000 needed by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, $545,250 by
the United Service for New Am-
ericans, and $1,238,000 by the
New York Association for New
Americans. He pointed out that
of the $144,354,250 required by
the UJA constituent agencies in
the coming year, more than 90
percent, or $130,600,000. is pro-
posed for expenditure in Israel
.done.
General Zionists
Asked In Cabinet
TEL AVIV (JTA>Announce-
ment of the conclusion of an a-
greement for the entrance of the
.General Zionist Party into the
; Israel Cabinet is expected here
following the meeting of the
Central rommitteees of the Ma-
icPGpncral Zionist Parties
j to approve negotiations to this
which have been taking
for the past week.


PAGE 2 A
Je*istncrkJ&n
Cherner Friedland, Lachman, Fruchtman
Named To Top Level Appeal Positions
Stepping up the appointments of top level personnel in His
Campaign Cabinet, Howard Kane, chairman of the 1953 Combined
Jewish Appeal, this week announced (election of four prominent
;~mi Beach citizens to positions of leadership.
Joseph Cherner, nationally known philanthropist, has bi en sp-
ited treasurer, and Samuel Friedland, founder and chairman of
Store?,
of the
pointed
the Board of Food Fair
Inc.. will be chairman
Pace Setters Unit.
Charles Fruchtman was named
chairman of the growing Winter
Residents Unit, and Sam Lach-
man. will head the important Ho-
tel Unit.
Pace setters are scheduled to
meet during the first week in
January at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Friedland to plan
the Initial Gifts function on Jan-
uary 11th, at the Saxony Hotel.
Outstanding personalities in the
world of entertainment, govern-
ment, philanthropy and religion
will be guests of honor" at this
social event, it has been announc-
ed by Chairman Friedland. The
affair will officially launch the
1953 fund drive.
The Initial Gifts affair is being
dedicated to the late Jack Ab-1
lin who was selected to head the!
Appeal.
Tiie unique social event is be-
ing planned in an effort to com-
bine numerous smaller functions
into one evening and will mark
. sharp dep.i: tun :: usual
p pr edun which limits
:' Inii Gifl iffaii
V the first 1 nd
.'.I be invited to
\ en-
EC
.....
Ap|
'hen een nami
......i January
I Meeting. J
ity in 1
Fthe.C
in in :.
i vening.
Cherntr
Fruchtman
Lachman
peal with a reception and dinner
dedicated to Jack Abhn. At this
last year's drive, according to
Fruchtman. It is expected that
wider coverage of this group will
be greater in the 1953 campaign.
Fruchtman stated.
The winter resident in the I
Qreatei Miami area owns his j
I home here, lives here the greater
part of the yur. pays taxes, lends
his children to our local schools1
and is free to utilize the many!
local agencies supported through
the CJA," Fruchtman
"These folks are sincerely in-
ipating in this
drivi I ipp rt la tutions
and a Is i 1
'
' nan Lachman n I with
ratoi
at .i luncln in at Mount Sinai
Repre-
entath I r industry
peration in
: F Uowing
the lun i the note] men 1 -
d the h spital which is
the maj >r i ical beneficiaries in
nd women in the field of wel-
fare and philanthropy comprise
lutstanding event, we hope to
raise the largest sum ever realiz-
ed in this community in any one
tingle evening ;>nd thus insure
tlka success of the campaign he
would have led."
Tentative plans for the social
affair include a program featur-
ing an outstanding personality in
world politics, a prominent movie
star and a full evening of enter-
tainment.
The Winter Residents Division
surpassed all previous goals in
the 1953 CJA cabinet, it was
pointed out by Administrative
Coordinator Kanner. However,
bulk of the campaign job is per-
formed by more than 1,200 vol-
unteer workers who annually
seek to raise funds from all Dade
County residents for the sup-
f the United Jewish Ap-
peal. United Service for New
Americans, the United Israel Ap-
and the Joint Distribution
Committee
In addition, seven Greater Mi-
an, i agencies which are benefac-
tors in the campaign include
Ml Sii pit il, J< wish Horn*
for the Ag< I, of Jewish
I ition, Jew.-), s cial B> i .-
ic. Bureau, Jewish Vocational
Service Great Miami Jewish
Community Center and National
1 Women.
Israel Exposition
Coming To Miami
Continued from Pag* 1 A
women and children, newspapers.
books and recordings, hand
showers and bathtubs, pharma-
ceuticals, wines and candy.
In announcing details of the
Exposition, Joseph M. Rose,
chairman of the Greater Miami
Committee for Israel Bonds, de-
clared:
"The Exposition will-graphic-
ally reflect the tremendous
stride- towaid economic self suf-
ficiency made by the people of
Israel in the last four years with
the help of American technical
skill and American capital. The
auspicious beginning of its pro-.
gram of industrialization and ex-
pansion, however, is merely an
indication of its great potential.
The purpose of the $500,000,000
Israel Independence Bond Issue
is to enable Israel to achieve that
great potential.
"Israel has the manpower, the
skill and the natural resources.
It needs only capital to become
a modern, prosperous, forward-
looking democracy, a dynamic
force for progress not only in
the Middle East but throughout
the world. American investments
in Israel Bonds will provide the
capital to ensure the success of
Israels great three-year indus-1
trial program,.
"The Israel Exposition will
trate one fact above all
the Land of Promise has become
the Land of Performance."
FRIDAY. _
C,">EC "on
Telephone s.Ml,
rasTd,
RATS. ROACHES. Mk;
'MEMBIROFB'NAIL
Coll 2-1776"
I to top con- the campaign.
: Kane stat- Assisting Lachman
i i
ly death of Jack
ted to head
' '' Con bini I Jewish Ap-
:' a void in the ranks of
,;ur J' mmunity. His pro-
: : leading a success-
ful campaign was left unfulfiil-
i
"On s : January lith. in
I S x. :.;. if ,,. ;. wo Wll, open
i ur 1953 i ., Ap_
vice
chairmen will be Abe Kin-man,
Jack Muravchick and Joe Gard-
ner.
Aaron Kanner. liaison aide to
Campaign Chairman Howard
Kane, is coordinating the organ-
ization of the working divisions
of the campaign.
Still to be named are chairmen
Of the Apartment House and Mo-
tel Unit, Women's Division, Met-
ropolitan Division and Youth Di-
vision.
Thirty-nine prominent
men
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West Flagler Dog
Track Opens
Next Week
Decked out in all its color and
splendor of former years. West
Flagler Kennel Club swings op-
en its gates Christmas night for
a spectacular 91-night meeting.
All is ready for the big Inaug-
ural. Assembled at the pictur-
esque canine oval is a galaxy of
great racing champions, Derby
and Stake title holders that made
history on America's leading
summer tracks before heading
South for the new West Flagler
meeting.
Many of the stars will be
in action in a special program of
img races on Sunday after-
noon, December 21st, when the
Miami Herald Lend-A-Hand
Christmas Charity Program is
i at West Fll .
There will be no wagering that
day, nor will there be an admis-
I ge
W< it Flagler Kennel Club al-
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new Terrace Box Section. The
new section has 532 box chairs.
Nightly and advance reservations
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p.m.. should be made at 4-9123
West Flagler again this year
has many exclusive features in
greyhound racing. It is the only
greyhound track m Metropolitan
Miami staging nightly hurdle rac-
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Flagler is also the only dog hack
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brings about more iiven starts m
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Still other exclusive featUJ
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DECEMBER 19. 1952
.-
+Je*1stnnrrti
.... _., -.
[7/ Say...
Simonhojf, Jewish Floridian c lumnist u
jfeto >'orfc City, au>atting (h< ,, ,.,
fchcominfl book. The following it a
Siinoiihoff to our offices hi
the Second World War, I wai
Dr travel, even to revisit p] u
conscious intention of writing a I
put el >wn spot Impresaioni v. ii i
ir waiting for trains, often whiting
boats or planes. These writings ki la
,.,klv column! in The Jewish Fl. ridian
).V of DISTANCE
traveler often finds it difficult t.> preserve a
the strange and the marvelc.us while looking
lu< places. The exotic is seldom foreign to its
lironment What promised to be bizarre might
commonplace. The banyan tree indigenous to
I not as sturdy, as leafy, as multi-brunt-hcri as its
[nted offshoot in Miami. On closer view, th.'
|mountain is mere rock, its grass quite stringy,
gglint- trees somewhat scrawny. The. antique
and plazas of Spain are duplicated and even
ki ni Coral Gables. Cathedrals look more im-
|n technicolor movies. The medieval castle might
jijc tn novelists, but to its dwellers it must have
,b and drafty. Only after distance widens the
time banishes that familiarity which destroys
reverence, does one recall the tang, the flavor,
uliar cenii of foreign places.
lEMS IN WRITING
[writer is never rid of the nightmare as to what
lid say that has not already been said a thous-
Igg. The landscapes before him have been word
by competent artists, sensitive to nature scen-
tensive travel literature dwells meticulously
PAGE 5 A
UNDER STRANGE SKIES
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Churchy squares, building* streets, temples, and
tue, .v,Iy notable eity. What can the tourisl
wth ", alrt'ady appra,"d '" lithographic
With ample description in the booklet, of travel
I. DECISION
? ",u,rni fr?n* became urgent about putting
trave rt ,,,s U1 b()(,k Thc ^^J
'Pleasing were not to be taken too seriously
hen I learned that many of these sketches were
';. m .he be* Anglo-Jewish weeklies. the t
" on a different aspect. I then considered rewriting
Sood tSiiai but,f,;und il diffkult to "SpS n,e
w th the I P,'eValLcd n ,he spot- fr* contact
With the scene and its people. So besides some neces-
n v,ft ITlT and. Cdiling- decidcd t0 lcave th*
rial larg.lv as it appeared in my columns. This
s,o ,;'nC"U ,Kr thu aPP:"'Cnt lack of coordination, of
squenee within chapters, of subject matter not alto-
gether integrated.
SUBJECT MATTER
Strictly speaking, this is not a book of mere travel,
in the main, it consists of reflections about Jewish
groups in foreign lands, their past and present their
acceptance or rejection by their environments. For that
reason, I included a chapter on the Miami community,
its phenomenal growth, its quick rise from obscurity
to prominence, its vitality and affluence is not without
precedence in the age long Jewish saga. I saw cities
that once contained communities as flourishing; today a
cemetery or street name bears mute testimony to their
former existence. I feel that observations by an eye
witness even when warped and prejudiced have value,
especially to future investigators. Yet my object is not
to instruct. Primarily, books should be read for amuse-
Ishe Dies At 67;
bus Mourns
11. came to Dr. Bowman F.
Bounder and only presi-
the I'niversity of Miami,
Tuesday.
fined ti
Irs Hospit-
ICoral Gab
pr the pas'
Neks, Dr.
died of J
lal hemor-
at 1:45 p.
! was 67
ment. So if any one picks up this volume and fir ^
sufficient interest to read it through, I shall be ami: '
compensated.
CHOICE OF NAME
Selecting a title was not altogether free of perplexi-
ties, I even appealed to my readers and received a
flattering response. Out of more than 100 names SU -
gested in letters to The Jewish Floridian many have
merit; some are perhaps more suitable' than Uni r
Strange Shies, the title that appeals to my publish ..
And since I offered an Israel Bond for the title that
would be used, a word of explanation is in order.
Returning to New York from India, I lunched With
several friends, including a Yiddish writer, who p> -
i B a sense for the poetic. He greeted me as a s t
of prodigal son wandering "Unter Frcmde Himmel..' .
The expression immediately registered. Under Strai ge
Skies is not too faithful a translation; in fact frcv
:-!n also mean foreign, or exotic, or even hostile. Some
Yiddish loyalists would consider Unter Fremde Hi >.-
meln a more appropriate title than its English transla-
tion.
THE AWARD
The Yiddish poet refused the gift on the ground
that he did not consciously offer any name; actually he
did not even remember the expression, which he had
used quite casually. I therefore donated the bond to
the Library of the Bureau of Jewish Education. All
my friends who were kind enough to write letters sug-
gesting titles will, I am sure, be pleased to know that
the Bond of Israel will add to the excellent collection
in the Jewish Library at 135 NW 3rd Avenue.
The manuscript is with the printer. The Philosoph-
ical Library, my publisher, assures me the book will oe
ready for distribution early in the coming year.
Dr. Ash*
I werii.
Inded yes-
i thous-
! students mourned the
t-r of the 27-year-old uni-
Rabbi Shapiro Will
Address Pioneer
Women's Group Here
A Chanuka Celebration Din-
ner will be sponsored by the
Golda Myerson Club, Pioneer
Women's Organization, on Sun-
day evening, December 21st, 6
! p.m., at the Israelite Center.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
I the Mesdames Pearl Kreiger, Liz-
zie Litt and Anna Frey.
The co-chairmen said that Rab-
bi David Shapiro will be guest
speaker. Rabbi Shapiro current-
ly heads the Hebrew Academy
Membership Drive and is chair-
man of the Jewish National Fund
Board of Directors here.
Presented on the musical por-
tion of the program will be Miss
Ruth Brotman, with Miss Any-
uta Meliov at the piano.
sah Member Drive
Mei ship Drive of the
k Mi: mi Springs Jewish
|unity Center will be cli-
by a social affair on
day < vening, January 4th,
p.m., according to an an-
uncnt by Center officials
ek,
Amaranth Meet Monday
Flamingo Court r* I. 12, Order
of the Amaranth, will meet on
Monday, December 22nd, 8 p.m.,
at 429 Lenox Avenue. Royal Ma-
tron Mrs. Saul Meringoff and'the
Couit will honor Master Masons.
This will also be Revelation
Night.
Sorin Honored At
Broward Affair
Joseph T. Sorin, of Hollywood,
Florida, was honored last week
at a surprise Testimonial as out-
going master of the Masonic
Lodge of Broward County, No.
300, F. & A.M.
Sorin was instrumental in
founding the Lodge in August,
1950. A plaque was presented him
for his role in advancing the
Lodge's work.
Son of Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild,
1771 SW 4th Street. Miami, he is
the brother of Samuel Sorin, not-
ed concert pianist.
Candlelight Cotillion Is Planned By Young Adults
Ed Klein, president of the
Young Adult Group of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, announces
a Candlelight Cotillion for Wed-
nesday, December 24th, 9 p.m. in
the Center Social Hall.
"Arrangements have been
made for a band and refresh-
ments," reports Bob Stone, Social
Committee chairman. Proceeds
will go towards the purchase c: a
movie projector for thc Religious
School.
Helping on the Social Commit-
tee are Arlene Weisblatt, Jane
Goldstein. Phyllis Goldstein, WU-
ma Shulman, Phil Paul and D m
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Lists Activities
On Saturday evening, students
of the Hebrew and Sunday
school of the North Dade Jewish
Center held a Chanuka Festival
and Latke Party.
A regular session of the Dance
Class sponsored by the Sister-
hood of the Center will be held
Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m.
The PTA of the Center will
meet Monday evening, Decem-
ber 29th, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ben
Miller will lecture on summer
activities for children.
Rubin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Wil-
liam B. Rubin, formerly of 334
NW 24th Avenue, Miami, will
take place Sunday, December
21st. 3:15 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cem-
eterv, with Rabbi Irvftig Lchr-
man officiating. Mr. Rubin is
survived by two sisters, Mrs. Et-
ta Dobres and Mrs. Anna Siegcl,
and a brother, Morris Rubin, all
of Newark, New Jersey. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company,
Miami. Friends and relatives are
asked to be present. ___
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Volume 26
Teveth 1, 5713
Number 51
Congressional Betrayal
The McCarran Act, America's most dastard-
ly immigration legislation, goes into effect on
Wednesday next.
Few laws have given rise to more resent-
ment, discussion and personality assassination
than this impossible excuse for democratic ac-
tion. Few have created more international
disturbance.
Congressional debate attending its passage
would make this nation's Founding Fathers
weep with shame. In true Fascist fashion, our
venerable representatives in Washington re-
ferred to the "scum of Europe" from whose in-
filtration here they would save America.
Implying the existence of "superior peo-
ples", these representatives made a mockery
of the Bill of Rights which they profess to hold
so dear. No nation has ever cut its throat more
neatly. No government has ever insulted its
own citizens more roundly. No republic has
sold its birthright more cheaply.
&FNRAl*ASSrTMBLV.
1
.% l'.iil.T Wanos
A great American-Jewish leader is waning
before our eyes. His name is Rabbi Abba
Hillel Silver.
Few can easily forget the brilliance with
which he argued World Jewry's cause before
the United Nations at the conclusion of World
War II. Armed with a poetic sense for past
history and an oratorical fluency, he success-
fully downed attack heaped upon attack
brought to beaT against him by delegates horn
the Arab League nations.
Since then. Rabbi Silver has seen fit to
part ways with the Zionist Organization of
America. He has become increasingly reticent
and silent, speaking out only on occasion to
air his dislike for Israel's Prime Minister or to
display his bitterness and resentment over the
failure of many of his personal ambitions.
Last week, Rabbi Silver cautioned World
Jewry against accepting as fact the anti-Sem-
itic purges in Czechoslovakia. Those who
know the Rabbi also know his conservative
position. It is therefore doubly tragic now to
read reports that he has been hailed by the
Communist press as a rare and outstanding
example of World Jewish liberalism.
We are convinced beyond any doubt that
Rabbi Silver holds such identification in con-
tempt. Yet, will he be forced to live with the
laurel that the Kremlin bestows upon him. for
the Red doctrine is to employ all personalities,
groups and nations, as well as their individual
needs, so long as it is advantageous for their
end.
In Rabbi Silver's case, courtship of the ex-
treme right has come to mean shaking hands
with the radical left. The Rabbi has turned
the cycle and embraced with his stated enemy,
enemy.
Kabbi Miller Visits IS
Miami JewT again welcomes Rabbi Irving
Miller. Since his presence here last March,
the Rabbi has been elected to presidency of
the Zionist Organization of America and has
held top-level conferences with Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion in Israel.
This shows a busy calendar, indeed, for
the spiritual leader of a Synagogue in Long
Island. New York. But one need hear Rabbi
Miller speak only once to become acquainted
with the intense quality that motivates his life.
During his last trip to Miami, the Rabbi
spoke before volunteer workers for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. On Monday and Tues-
day next, he will talk in behalf of Bonds of Is-
rael.
Such an all-round approach to the needs
of the new Jewish state shows that Rabbi Mill-
er is thoroughly at ease with Zion. There can
be no greater tribute to his personality.
We hope that a good deal of his infectious
enthusiasm will be imparted to our commun-
ity's residents. Rabbi Miller's non-partisanship
in this matter is an ideal toward which we all
must aim.
> ^C JEWISH TtlFWftrXic AonacKr--^.-.- ^ jf^J
THE EXTENDED HAND OF FRIENDSHIP
Pr The new President of Israel. Itzhak Ben Zvi.
is said to care little about the way in which
he dresses. The international press has been
having a gay holiday describing his wardrobe
or lack thereof.
Tales cue now being told that Mr. Ben Zvi
wears a different sock on either foot or that his
shoes occasionally represent the remnants of
two other pair. One local newspaper has re-
ported with horror that the President lives in a
hovel of a three-room flat and that it is furn-
ished with ancient, tattered tables and chairs.
More respectable journalism during the past
few days has taken to characterize him as an
ascetic". But far between, indeed, are the
Gentlemen of the Press who have given any
accurate account of President Ben Zvi's pro-
found scholarship and intellectual accomp-
lishment. c
It seems to us that the lack of sartorial
splendor in the head of a nation speaks well
for a world whose leadership is hardly more
than fifteen years removed from striped-pants-
and-tail-coat statesmanship. One need not be
a student of history to be aware of the predica-
ment with which that sort of diplomacy has
beset mankind.
In a world whose affairs are still managed
by Peions, Francos and Stalins. it ill-behoves
the press to poke fun at a scholarly man with-
out political ambition. The need of his people
has called upon him to be a leader, and he has
answered their call only mindful of theu best
JUDGE LOUIS E. LEVINTHAL. ,,,.m^^^I
on the patio of the Hotel Good and faced a Phia-*
sun. The former president of the Zionist Or?5' 'rm a fl
mused about a number of current Issues finall ,zatl0n on his recent appearance in Washington before ,kn"8 hisii
mittee investigating the McCarran Act Pr Judge Levinthal recalled having been mMi I
pathetic Catholic Priest who naivclv wondered T* *
the new immigration legislation so tcrrifyine in h*M
Senators and Representatives, all noble and kto* implicja
voted twice for passageonce over the veto ,f u rted|ai
Judge was willing to wager that hardly m' Ty ^
Congressmen read the original McCarrar.-WaltcrV ^
some 530 pages long. lr B"l tsfl
Most disturbing, he felt, was the blot that thi kn 1
an hives of the Congressional Record. Its authnr= k>1*U
the dregs of the English vocabulary to character T^i
peer, populations they would deny American c, Jlfl
further reaching international significance he **
that the United States is increasingly becoming ,*,!?
tion and control for masses of world humanity imbol*s
This brought Judge Levinthal to mind of his rvr J
Germany and Austria during the Nazi trials at *'?*
War II. State Department officials, he said tnin exclll
over immigration papers and could authorize or shelv,^!
Amazing is the fact that quotas did not enter into ]yTM
and that the US Government could accept no ppei J
such arbitrary Judgments. In effect, the overseas oft J
Government had hired were endowed with untouchrtu.ee1
nence.
THE McCARRAN ACT OFFICIALLY goes iota thJ
Wednesday. No immediate consequences of its provinamB
anticipated, although State Department policy has been toll
according to these provisions as early as three months an M
any, will be the visible changes within the US proper
But astute observers will notice an increasingly henj
waged against Americaparticularly by the S<
ence. In this regard. Judge Levinthal made reference to'0,1
Czechoslovaks fiasco and was horrified bv my rewn ha]
week. In the face of official Communist Party news "releatB
lished with the blessings of Moscow and Prague, he wondenJ
there could be any doubt about the current Holy War agaiasll
national Zionism". |
At the time of the Munich trials, he said, the Russual
carrying on trials of their own in East Germany to piraii'l
criminals against humanity caught and brought to justice tal
Red Army. Among them, was an SS officer who on a mjJ
Communist stage, confessed in detail his reprehensible pans]
the Hitler holocaust. But the previously coached German ral
to add that he could hardly help himself, since he had bewail
of a Capitalist-Fascist government and could do nothing lal
obey orders.
Already then, Judge Levinthal noted, the Russians :. their move in the direction of group personality murder. Tel
sei vation came on the heels of his reference to Rabbi AdmP
Silver who told some 600 Zionist leaders in Philadelphia the
before that it was dangerous to brand the Czechoslovakia
ernment as anti-Semitic and that it would be healthier to refli
purge trials as a Communist method of ridding the Part) oft
leaders.
r. VslW **,* On
W,thrhi^man u Ashe died "'Y Tuesday.
whi?heD,rerA^mi We" IT ,he *"*" in
The eve of Dr. Ashe's death saw the estnh.
hshmen. of the University of Miami School of
Medicine the first in Florida. The kiiSvTw
.den. took with him the memory S fha. Dtn
nacle of accomplishment to ,emper
thoughts of many years when i, seeded thcrt
he was almost alone in his battle aqamte?
onomic adversity. w"inm ec-
.o sW ,Univer8i,Y <* Mwmi will'be hard put
to find hus successor. F
IN 19M. JUDGE LEVINTHAL said, he was retunu|
Europe with Rabbi Silver on a blacked-out ship. At that tin
Rabbi emphasized his sympathies for world conservative S
which, he felt, were more responsive to the Jewish cause the
fessed liberals. By way of illustration, he mentioned Ramsay
Donald who was largely responsible for the British White r
halting Jewish immigration to Palestine.
Conservative Winston Churchill, Rabbi Silver said. .
never be guilty of such bigoted statesmanship. As I see it Ik4
is to be regarded with a degree of pity. Instead of attending tkl
ist Organization of America's National Convention in Net
City last July, he frantically waved a flag at the conclusie
Stuttering, inane speech delivered by Herbert Hoover beta*
Republican National Convntion in Chicago.
Instead of returning to the ZOA fold as Rabbi Irving
suggested, he now assumes the character of Communist Part;*
man. This is no exaggeration of fact. The Morning Freihet'-n
daily newspaper, is currently hailing Rabbi Silver as a pn
of Jewish liberalism. Thus, he has been caught un in the ops'
istic machine of Soviet "progressive" social philosophy. Lto
Wallace of old. he is devil and savior at once Cast out by """Tg
i"lh agues, he will find favor with Moscow's puppets for tW
W alone. Denying such sympathies, he will be held by ft*
P rsonalhy suicide embrace yet more strongly.
Judge Levinthal shrugged his shoulders in disbelief W
ture seemed to echo Rabbi Silvers baffled remark before the*
delphia Zionists: "I don't understand iw" ___
Letters To The Edit*
Editor,
The Jewish Floridian:
I was very much surprised that
I did not see a picture of the new
President of the State of Israel
in your picturesque Chanuka edi-
tion.
I am enclosing a picture of Itz-
hak Ben Zvi, and I hope that you
will bring it out in your next
Meek s issue.
Sam Schachno
(ED: Our picture of President
Ben Zvi was unfortunately de-
stroyed in our Stereotype
Room. and we could not get an-
other time for the Decem-
ber 12th ian. The enclosed
n*
newspaper photograph it
ly appreciated, but U
neither for engraving r.
Ucation. We hope to
photograph of 1****
Zvi at the nearest opporw
Editor. _
The Jewish Flondian
May I compliment.^
very great issue of *""
cember 12th. ^
who
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of a Jcwit*
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[y DECEMBER 19, 1952
Skoim
\aar ttere
irrvssful
lAnnuiil Bazaar and Chil-
ICarnival of'Temple Beth
Sisterhood concluded
fully Wednesday, ac-
to Mrs.
Apple-
Bazaar
Je*lsHk>rMter
an
, store-
bulglofl
merchan-
every de-
dp, the
ood serv-
public in
holiday
atini 5id."* Aptelbu
^*ls realized from the
thich is an annual func-
if tlie Sisterhood, will go
i the support of the Beth
Heligious School, the
hold's major project.
Greenwald Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jerome
Greenwald, formerly of 2142 Al-
ton Road will take place Sundav
December 2Ut at i .,. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating. Mr. Green-
wald is survived by his wife, So-
phie, three sons, Morton. Allen
and Louis, two daughters. Bar-
bara and Linda, also a sister, Mrs.
Heanore Kleiman. Mr. Green-
wald was Past President of Mi-
ami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce, a member of B. P. O.
Elk No. 1601 of Miami Beach, a
Mason and a member of Beth
Bholem Congregation. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives an asked to
be present.
PAGE 5A
Announces Retirement
NEW YORK The retirement
from active service of Isaac L.
Asofsky, executive director of
HIAS, after 40 years of associa-
tion with the Society, was an-
nounced here by Ben Touster,
HIAS president.
p Will Serve As Chairman Of
ist Luncheons; Liebman Speaks
as, acting president of Greater Miami Committee of
Bonds for Israel, associate chair-
man of the Board of the Miami
Beach Israel Zionist District,
1950 associate chairman of the
Miami Beach Community Chest,
a past vice president and present
honorary trustee of the East Mid-
wood Jewish Center of Brooklyn
and editor of its Bulletin, and a
founder and former first vice
president of Midwood Lodge of
B'nai B'rith.
He is also on the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, and is a member
of the National Executive Com-
mittee of the ZOA.
Charles H. Lee will report on
the latest Israeli news. Assist-
ing Ossip with arrangements are
Daniel Broad, Jacob C. Fishman,
Frank A. Gordon. Irving Schatz-
man. Hairy Son/. Rabbi David
Shapiro, Mrs. Faye Tupler and
Mi.- Ossip
Jon
i Beach Israel Zionist
ct. announces the opening
of the Zionist Luncheon
| for Wednesday. December
12:15 p.m., at the Ritz-
Hotel.
ert E. Ossip will again
as chairman and toastmast-
Ithese luncheons, Jonas said.
is past commander of the
L Beach Pest No. 330, Jew-
far Veterans, vice president
Mi r.'s Club of the Miami
Jewish Center, president
Dade County Mutual In-
i A i nta Club and a mera-
|f the Zionist Board of Di-
-Miami Window.
In ?k" ''"k h'S 5th bir!'"' v isterday, Samuel J. Goldiarb.' prTmT-
inenl busin, B and philanthropic leader, of Miami Beach and New
R.mi Si eS*abllhed a SO COO '"nd at the Jewish Theological
zZTl "f^'V""; Th<' fu::d wiU bt' knWll as the Rabbi Ben
con V f ','Wsh'P An-ong Miami Beach residents who re-
H SUeeessfully passed the State Bar Examination are Jordan
ltL Ta/v6r Biumer- Irwin Su% Herman. Irving Ernest Miller.
Herbert Toiias Simon ar.d Irving Sleinhardt .
Appointed assistant county solicitors are David Drucker and
Kicheid E. Gersfein. The dun have agreed to abandon private law-
practice when th.y take office on January 6th, under John D. Marsh.
county solicitors lect Graduated from'the Army's Far East Chem-
ical School at Camp Gifu, Japan, is Private Robert Schneider, son of
Mr. and Mrs, Murray Schneider, 1250 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach
Governor Fuller Wan n has appointed Nathaniel j. Klein, prom-
uiem Miami B. > h attorney, as a member of the State Board of Law
enting the Fourth Congressional District. Klein,
who resides at 4030 Alton Road, succeeds Louis M. Jepeway !
An oil portrait oi Max Orovitz. president of the Board of Mount
Sinai Hospital, will grace the walls of the medical institution. Pre-
sentation of the portrait was made here by the hospital's staff. Artist
is Mrs. Florence Taylor Kushner Named councilman in El Portal
last week was Joseph A. Wanick, assistant city attorney of Miami
Beach. The recipient of 275 ballots, Wanick has been an outspoken
critic of the village's past administration .
Undergoing basic indoctrination training with the Air Force at
Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, is Stanley Goldenberg, son of Mrs.
Rose Goldenberg, 2389 SW 23rd Street ... An exclusive contract to
furnish all rattan furniture used by the Federal Government was
awarded last week to the Empire Furniture Factory and Rattan
Works, 1225 NE 2nd Avenue, pioneer Miami manufacturing concern
which employs physically handicapped persons almost exclusively.
Leo Axlrod, factory manager, said the value of the contract will run
in the neighborhood of $500,000 yearly .
Olin E. Watts, of the State Board of Law Examiners, told these
Miamians that they have passed their bar examinations: Paul George
Hyman. Herbert A. Kuvin and David Sachs Stern New Monarch
of Mi-Am-I is Sig EUenberg. Also named to posts this week were
Norman Druck, chief justice; Lewis Kalif, venerable prophet; Milton
Warshaw. marshal; and Woody Woodsmal. treasurer.
Silverman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Max
Silverman formerly of 520 SW 1st
Street, Miami, will take place
Sunday, December 21st at 2:15
p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Airangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
LEGAL NOTICE
ker will be Seymour
n, prominent Miami
att irney and Zionist offic-
bjed will be: Jews,
I.
i n is chairman of the
nl of Organizations for the
Blum Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Mollie
Blum, formerly of 4360 SW 3rd
Street. Miami, will take place
Sunday. December 21st at 2:15
p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Mrs. Blum is survived by three
s.in-, Dave. Ben and Paul all of
New York, two daughters, Mrs.
Belle Janavay ol Miami and Mrs.
Minnie Abramovitz of New York.
also, one brother and one sister.
Ai rangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
i Janavey Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Janavey formerly of 4260 SW 3rd
Street, Miami will take place
Sunday, December 21st at 2 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rab-
bi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr.
Janavey is survived by his wife.
Belle, a son Phillip, a brother
Harry, and two sisters. Mrs. Mary
Rapshin of Miami Beach and Mrs.
Eva Chanin of Brooklyn. Ar-
rangements arc in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are i
asked to be present.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAIVIC LW
NOTICE 18 11 !: 111:1:1" RIVEN that
i. igned, desiring to i ngi |
bi .- under the 11 titli i me of
HENRY'S, at 2!M Mlrai le Mite, i I
Cables, Kla int. nils <<. r< g I
. wjih the i ii-rk of ihe I
Couri of bade County, Florida.
HENRY lil'.nl lu.\
12/19-26 -- I :
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Aeti of 1941
File A-17644
NOTICE IS HEKEIIY fJIVEN that
NATHANIEL W. SIEOEL, holder of
Town of North .Miami 'rax Bali Cer-
tificate No. 117n. Issued on the sec-
ond da) of September, A.D. 1988, ban
filed same la mj office, and baa made
application fur a tax need t<. be Issu-
ed thereon. Bald Certificate embrace*]
tin- following described property i:i
the County or Dade, State "f Florida,
m-wit:
Lots it a.- l(, Block 2;. Pulford
Highlands, Second Addition, Plat
Book s, Pan,. 103, lying .inii being
in the Town County 'if Dade, State Df Florida.
The assessment "f said property
under the said certificate was iii the
name of; Unknown.
Cnlesa said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described herein will lie sold to the
highest bidder at the Court Housw
door on the first Monday In the month
d.n of February, 1953.
Dated this i"th day ..r December,
1852.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
I'lerk of Circuit Court,
i';de County, Kiorldu,
(Circtlll Court Seall
lly N. C. BTERRETT,
Dauuts Cl i.
12/19-26 l "8-9
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S*iP.M TENTS
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File A-17635
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
NATHANIEL W. BIBGAl* holder of
Town of North Miami Tax Sale Cer-
tificate No. 122, issued the 7th da:'
ol June, A.D, 1848, has filed sami i
m> office, ami has made application
for a tax deed to be Issued thereon.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
i B di 11bed nropei tj In the > "ounly
of Dude, siai.- "f i orlda, to-wll.
Lots : ,v v. Block 21, Pulford
Highlands, Second Addn.. Section
18, Township 52 South, Itange 12
ast. I'lai Book v Page tut. In the
Town of North Miami, Count) of
Dade, State "f Florida,
The assessment "f said projierty
unde the said certificate was in the
ii.i in, of: W'm. McArthur.
fnli si i 'I i ei tifieat. shall be I -
deemed according to law, the property
,i, ci bed herein III be sold to the
hlg-hi -i blddei al the Court ll
door on th. first Monday In the i
,,( Fell ii i 195 Itli It Ii I he 2nd
das of Fell uary, 1953.
. 17th da; of '
R B. LEATHERMAN,
Clei h ol l' I '
Da le Counts, Hoi
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N.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A. 17645
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FRIDAY
G^ttictw y Velaltb
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HELEN ALPERT
Such excitement! Cross-country phones busied early Mon-
day morning just as this column was rolling into the type-
writer announcing the birth of a son a few hours ago to popu-
lar Alcene Hirsch and Martin Brandt in Los Angeles
Martin phoned the joyful tidings to his mother here Mrs.
Dora Keller, and even in the flurry of becoming a father reminded
i what a darling) to notify me pronto. The baby probably will be
named Alcan in memory of Alcene's brilliant chemist father for
whom she herself is named. Her mother. Muriel Hirsch Pick,
is delighted Martin's now an Air Force corporal stationed in
San Francisco where they've both been getting hot parental tips
from his sister Evvie Frumin who's filling the Frumin California
home with a hearty set of little Frumins: twin sons, a tiny daugh-
ter and a new baby soon to bob into sight.
Can't I please be Honorable Grandmother" It's been only 7
years since we all rocketed through high school together when
Alcene was the glamorous drum-majorette and Martin the hand-
Bome football hero who convulsed the school with his roles in senior
plays remember how contemptuously he ate that apple? when
I gang bubbled with Dave Guttman. Hilary.Levin, Jam. Goldstein,
Charlene, Jimmy Honigsbaum, "Epsom Salts" Herbie, Arthur, Stew-
Cohan Marsl I] Harris, GI ria Saal when Jack and Ma< Gil
:; llv,' into the beautiful sli mhigh school Queen ol today, Lillian Gil
m.
Night al a\ itati I to Hilary's whi n .
n saul. "The walls of that tiny apartment simply stretched and
' :;,li '" ;i! te us" Then then I I .....
Hilary's mother, I lu d M. rtin and Dave to | rrt 1
In promising a good spaghetti dinner for a good Mb
' nti x.' ati d painting tic-tac-to. up then
y let it ren ain! Espei iallj sin I ; :
ON THE BEAT:
Opening of the Algiers Hotel crew such a throng that dozens
of admireis claim they went back later in the week to "see" the
place unobscured by so many hundreds. Magician Jimmy Grippo
wes alongside Herman Barneft cozily using the front desk phone
as if it were part of his own equipment maybe it is. you can
r.ever tell atout these magicians! vocalist Jeanne Moore now
at the Lord Tarleton. was giving a professional eye to the Aladdin
Room with her favorite audience. Marty Wucher of the Carib
Akron. Ohio's Leonard and Ann Shaw he owns the Beauteria
c.-.ain confessed over scotch even Akron's famed dirigible
r.ever floated over such a premiere A. J. Kaplan wes intro-
c-cing his visitor-cousin from New York. Elias Nathanson
Another visitor was Newark's Isaac Davidson from the Sea Bay
apartment. Girls, he says he's interested in matrimony you
want I should make it a project and find out?
Stunning was Sadye Salomon in a black Ceil Chapman which
spouse Jacques gladly paid for after he spied the seductive red
ruffled pettiskirt trim Jack now owns both the Sunny Isles
and Argosy motels Lucky nobody had the awful idea of a
contest for the prettiest or best dressed: perfectly beautiful were
Mrs. Joseph Berman. Mrs. Sam Goodman. Mrs. Emelie Citron
Mrs. Alexander Kogan .but then, when ain't she?) and I pause
r.ere to thank her for my first Chanuka present since I was a kid-
UM membership in the University of Miami's Symphony Club. I
see shes on its Board of Directors.
Vitally interesting were many remarks Grant Stockdale made
t evening t0 many friends. As a County Commissioner, he's shap-
up high-powered plans for a high-powered link between the
n a,,( and the bead. He's blueprinted an airport spesdway di-
t i 41st St. across the Bay. This should really revive the fervent
*M n J.U?.ne^,en aS Ed C"Wan and Lm* Hoffman. In
bUon, Stodcdale, determined to hurl our antiquated causeway
dges into the rulling waves and substitute skyway passways.
Two mighty endorsers of Stockdale skyways would be Bill Click
, ,uS! Th:\oth*r a'fc'moon at the Mt. Sinai luncheon, pre-
e to he hospital's huge March 5th jubilee of stars for SIOOOOO
they all said they'd certainly le here; I don't know what hap:
ned on the causeways" F
. ;lyTrtiUhupr,0i R"Sl' P'omptly retorted: "*** bridM are prob-
This evoked sympathetli glints from (obviously) previous vie-
.i-cSiwsSErT: Cuodman-GeraW Lewi8-I)an Ruskin
T'S NEWS:
Peggy Kaplan and Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel will be bidding
.gala farewell to Rabbi C.ssel's bach.lordom with their dinner
--arty December 27th. Guests are the Rabbinical Association s
-nembers and their wive,, in Peggy's North Bay Road home
-harming little incident occurred the other evening when Peggy
drove around to pick up Rabbi Abe for dinner and they hoih
:umed to brother Ratbi Louis Cassel who's in from New York
Will you come eat with us?" "Well." said Rabbi Louis, "you have
your own family circle." "But you." caroled Peggy. tte lh#
In a fine glow, the uncle Rsbbi beamed: "I'll get my car and
=e right over." a
In from Shaker Heights, Ohio for a months stay is Phoebe
Uld. If you read trade journals, you've encountered her name
ten as a woman titan in the shoe business Those wonderful'
-jys Charlotte and Eddie Sosin of Long Island are at "the Albert1
nek Hotella. Eddie's the brother of the Miami Daily News' Mill
s n and so captivated with South Florida it's highly possible thev'll
tt!e here ... '
Israel rang up another triumph in a three-minute quickie
*hen Raphael Halperin. lithe in white satin trunks, wrestled with
Prince Something-or-other and pinned him flat. Halperin's hailed
as the wrestling Champion of Israel. Many of you remember his
visit here early in 1949 (was it?) when he sought funds for a
Tel-Aviv physique center. He says that 6 minutes are the long-
est it ever took for him to dispatch any opponent. As it happens
I wrote the first interview on him ever to appear in this are* -I
for THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN and had rough time trans-
acting all talk in Yiddish. Now that my Yiddish U almost under-
standable Halperin's English is fine I
Personally
Speaking
Miss Dons Hymall, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Maxwell Hyman,
275 West 33rd Street, will begin
her winter vacation from the
University of Michigan at the
home of her fiance's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Sperling.
Brooklyn, New York. She plans
to conclude the recess on Miami
Beach before returning to school.
Her Brother, Ted. who now lives
in Raleigh, North Carolina, will
also join the family for a holiday
visit.
ft ft
Mr. and Mrs, Robert E. Pres-
ton, of 565 NE 140th Street. North
Miami, announce the birth of
their s in, Jeffrey Steven, on No-
vember 23rd, at Mercy Hospital.
I Brisi took place on Sunday,
November 30th, with Reverend
Abraham Self officiating. Mr.
and Mrs Manuel Preston, of 9964
Byron Avenue, are the grand-
parents.
ft ft
Mr and Mrs Sam Rabenowich,
I i SW 7th street, Miami, en-
t< :i lined Mrs, R se Chanin, na-
tion ll president Of the Women's
iary, Jew Ish War Veterans
ol An i : ica, during her official
visit here Mrs Chanin is a.
c isin f the Rabenowiches. AI-1
- visiting were relatives Mr. and
Mi Mi kin and Mr. and Mrs.
s 1. R ibbins, of New York City.
f Temple
Beth Sholom honored by the
Congregation for their birthdays
during the Chanuka Festival was
Mrs Frances Rubin, of the Nau-
tilus Hotel
ft ft
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Fisher.
Of 1341 15th Street. Miami
Beach, announce the birth of
their son, Martin Jay. at General
Hospital on December 5th. The
Briss was performed by Rever-
end Lazarus Lehrer on Decem-
ber 12th.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Levcn-
thal. of 1035 SW 62nd Avenue,,
announced the birth of their son. j
Jerry Dale, on November 22nd.
at Doctors Hospital. Mrs. Lev-
enthal is the former Doris Ros-
enthal. Grandparents are Mrs.
Sophie It.isenthal. pioneer Miam-
ian. and Mrs. Mary Leventhal.
Miami Beach.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S. Mar-
gul.es. of 1837 SW 14th Street,
left last Friday for a two-week
Vacation in Puerto Rico.
ft ft ft
New and permanent residents
here are Mr and Mrs. J. M. Bern-
stein and sons. Frank and Steven.
of 50-60 South Shore Drive. Hail-
ing from Montreal. Canada, they
BTe relatives of the Ted Bram-
'.'. Miami.
ft ft ft
Reverend and Mrs. Samuel
Hecht, of 128 Washington Aven-
ue, left yesterday for New York,
where they will attend the wed-
ding of their son. Dr. Hyman
Hi to Miss Phyllis Friedman.
Of Beacon, on Sunday.
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DECEMBER
Peggy Kaplan Will Wed Rabfc vTTT
Cussd. Bride-Elect's Mother \n aluS
Mrs. Helen DeFrece, of 875
5th Avenue, New York, has an-
nounced the betrothal of her
daughter. Mrs. Peggy Kaplan, to
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel. of the
Kneseth Israel Congregation, Mi-
ami Beach.
The bride-elect has been a res-
ident of Miami Beach for many
years and is affiliated with most
of the major charitable and re-
ligious organizations here. She is
especially active in Hadassah and
has also been working zealously
for the Greater Miami Commit-
tee. Bonds of Israel Government
Rahbi Cassel is spiritual leader
of Kneseth Israel Congregation
and founder and director of its
Psychological and Guidance
Clinic. He has also been conduct-
ing the Guide To The Perplexed
program on the radio weekly.
He h(dels the Masters degree
in Psychology from Columbia
University arjd is a candidate for
the PhD degree there. Rabbi
C > : if the only ordained Rabbi
who is a member Of the Florida
Psychological Ass >. i.ition.
Mrs. Peggy Kip|
Hertz, Shugar Wed In Baltimore; Kride
Wears Imported Rose Point Satin (kmj
Miss Anne Hertz andlk.|
oH Shu red OH
19th. at the Sheraton
Hotel in B dtimore, Manfl
Rabbi H s.nblstt, sjnofij
Cantor J seph Rum
iated.
Newly wed Mr- Shufsj|
daughter : Mr. and Mrs.I
ice Hertz, 452ti Pinel-ftl
Miami Beach. The bria
is the son of Mr. and Hit!
ris Shugar, Baltimore.
The bride was atured i
imported i se punt am
lace gown and Wore
veil. She was given is nuoB
by her mother and lathe
The bride's sister. Sti
Cossman, was matron of1
Best man was Donald
the groom's brather.
A dinner and reception I
cd the wedding rites intatl
aton Belvedere Hotel
After a wedding trip
York City, the couple
siding in Baltimore.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1952
IvmansTellOf
Unusc's Betrothal
Mi and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman,
Lf 2?J West 33rd Street, Miami
j announce the engagement
t( their daughter, Doris Louise,
Lawrence W. Sperling, son of
tyr. and Mrs. Michael Sperling.
KKiklvn. New York.
The bride-elect graduated from
jiaim Beach High School, where
was a member of the National
lonor Society. She is currently a
nioi at the University of Mich-
igan, majoritng in art. Her soror-
ity is Sigma Delta Tau.
Mr. Sperling attended schools
|, Brooklyn and is also a senior
Budent at the University of Mich-
Isan. His fraternity is Phi Sigma
Mglta Miss Do: is Hyman
Tr-e couple plan a spring wed- return to Ann Arbor to
|(l;n;. "H Miami Beacrr and will their degrees.
ZJewistBorirlifor
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I eceive
Jacqueline Block To
Wed Miami Attorney
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman H. Block,
of Norfolk. Virginia, announce
lite engagement of their daugh-
". Jacqueline Joyce, to Lieuten-
ant Robert Traurig, USNR, son
of Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Traurig,
2131 SW 15th Street. Miami.
Miss Block attended Hood Col-
ege in Frederick, Maryland, and
is now a student at the Norfolk
Division College of William and
Mary.
Lieutenant Traurig attended
the University of Florida and is
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami Law School, where she was
president of Pi Lambda Phi Fra-
err.ity.
lo be released from the serv-
ice this week, Lieutenant Trauric
will resume private law prac-
tice. The couple has set no date
for the wedding.
Mayors of Miami and Miami Beach have officially designated Saturday evening and Sun-
day, December 21st, as Jewish National Fund Tag Day. Dedication To Growth, is the theme
of the drive which comes at the close of the Festival. Key workers shown above are (seat-
ed, left to right) the Mesdames Lillian Baris. Essie Wilensky, Clara Baer, Sophie Krantz, Dora
Gostnick, Lena Adelstein, Rose Perte-- and Sadie Rosch. Standing (left to right) are the Mes-
dames Julia Klug. Bessie Rosenberg, Ida Book .pan, Morris Seeman, Clara Goldenberg, Rabbi
Moses Meschelofi and the Mesdames Miriam Halpern, Ida Horowitz and Jacob Weiss. Mrs.
Goldenberg is over-all chairman of the Tag Day Committee. Heading youth activities here
is Gilbert Rappaport (not shown).
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Sehulman, EtsHokin
Marry In Study
The marriage of their daugh-
ter, Michele. to Elliot EtsHokin
has been announced by Mr. and
Mrs. David Sehulman, of Coral
Gables.
The recent wedding was per-
formed in the study of Rabbi
Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader
of the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol EtsHokin, Chi-
cago. Illinois.
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West view Plans
Afternoon Party
Westview Country Club mem-
bers will meet at a White Ele-
phant Party tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. Clara Spitz, chairman,
said that unwanted gifts receiv-
ed in the past will be feature of
the affair.
Decorations are being made by
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt and Mrs.
Nat Fisher.
Among those attending will be
the Mesdames Sam Resnick, S.
J. Hyman, Morris Rosenberg,
Herb Steiner, Leo Ackerman and
Seymour.
Also on the agenda of activities
at Westview is a Holiday Party
for children, and it will be con-
ducted by Dr. Albert Rosenthal.
In charge of arrangements is Mrs.
Emil Gould.
Assisting Mrs. Gould will be
the Mesdames David Fleeman.
Junes Cobbs, Lawrence Lcven-
son and Bernard Wall.
Ten air cadets from the Scand-
inavian countries will also be en-
tertained by Westview members
iver the holidays.
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i Lorraine .Jaeobskind, Arthur Pearl Plan
Rites; Bridegroom-Elect Is Medical Student
Two long-time Miami families
will be united as Mr. and Mrs.
Max Jaeobskind and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Pearl announce the en-
gagement of their children, Lor-
raine Shirley, and Arthur Jay.
The Jacobskinds reside at 1765
SW 16th Terrace. Family and
fjjends will honor the couple
with a party to be held at the
Pearl home, 1823 SW 14th Ter-
race, on Saturday evening, De-
cember 27th, 8 p.m.
Miss Jaeobskind, a native Mi-
amian, is in her senior year at
the University of Miami, where
she is majoring in Elementary
Education, She is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority.
Mr. Pearl, a medical student
:.t Emory University in Atlanta,
Georgia, was graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School in 1948.
ind received the AB degree from
Emory University in June.
He is a past president of Alpha
Epsilon Pi Fraternity: Phi Sig-
ma, honorary biology group; and
Eta Sigma Psi, lower division
leadership society. He was also
a member of the E Club, honor-
ary athletic society.
Miss Lorraine Jaeobskind
and Mr. j:nd Mrs. Louis Jacobs-
kind, and Mr. Pearl's grandpar-
ents. Mr. Sam Levine. of New
Assisting in the celebration are York City, and Mrs. Helen Pearl.
Miss Jacobskind's grandparents. A definite date has not yet
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rappaport been set for the wedding.
Byer, Lopin Will
Wed In Chicago
The engagement of her daugh-
ter, Doreen Elyce, to Howard S.
Lapin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Lapin. Chicago. Illinois, has been
announced by Mrs. David Byer,
1315 North Venetian Way, San
Marco Island.
Miss Byer is a student at the
Chicago Art Institute. She at-
tended Miami Beach High School
and is a graduate of the Edge-
wood Preparatory School,
Greenwich. Connecticut, and
Berkshire Junior College, Great
Barrington. Massachusetts.
Mr. Lapin graduated from the
University of Wisconsin. His fra-
ternity is Pi Lambda Phi.
The couple will marry in Chi-
cago on December 31st.
Miss Ankus Shower
Miss Natalie Samuels, 1045!
West Avenue. Miami Beach, and j
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, 511 SW 7th I
Court, Miami, will entertain at a
bridal shower for Miss Frieda
Joy Ankus on Friday evening,
December 26th, 8 p.m., at 3736
Prairie Avenue. Miss Ankus will
be married to Carl Jaburg. of
New York City, on December
28th.
; Yiddish Revue To
Appear At Plaza
.Murray Rumsey again brings
an American Yiddish Revue, all
j in the English language, to Mi-
\ ami Beach.
The opening of his new show,
| Happy Go Luckshen, will be at
. the Plaza Theatre on the south
i end of Washington Avenue, Wed-
' nesday. December 31st, New
| Year's Eve.
Rumsey will be remembered
by Miami Beach audiences as
the one who produced What I'm
Lucky at the Roosevelt Theatre
last year. The revue again fea-
tures the Radio Aces with Joe
Stoner, Ray Davis and Artie
Laurent.
The Radio Aces have been fea-
tured in Artists And Models in.
the Latin Quarter. New York
and Miami, the Chez Paree in
Chicago and the Roxy. Para-
mount and Strand Theatres in
New York.
Beverly Shearer, primadona,
played in the Annie Get Your
Gun road company. Others are
Sonia Yarr, international singer;
Sid Larson, comedy singer; and
Carolyn Wood, in interpretative
songs.
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Monticello Park
installs Officers
A joint installation of the of-
li erg of Monticello Park Con-
gregation, North Miami Beach,
and of its Ladies" Auxiliary was
h'-id Wednesday evening.
1'SY 1'hapter Will j
t rtum Queen
The Miami Beach Jewish Can-
ter Chapter of the United Syna-
gogue Youth will h<>ld a poat-
Chanuka dance "ii Tuesday eve-
n ng, December ~M\\. in the Cen
ter Social Hall.
H.i' bi Irving i.> lan will in-
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Chairman of the affair was Joel
Miller, local attorney. Rabbi Jac-. stal! recently elected ofi
OB Honig, spiritual leader of the thi group '- that I *
Hollywood Jewish. Community (;,lll.i.l'. Tauanoff, vice preai-
Center, acted as installing offic-idc||. of lhe Ci .,,, wi,
tr. Mrs. Honig installed officers, rsy Queen f ,, ,952 ,.,
oi the Auxiliary. Sugarmai S leigei and
\s>uimng the post of president Judy Eil
was Jules Klion. Other* install- the title.
i arc Ben Moskowitz. 1st vice
p-.sident; Ben Gcnsliaft, 2nd
\ b president; Aaron Weiss, fi-
p., ncial secretary-treasurer; and
M in.- DoUoff, recording secre-
i. y.
Trustees installed were David
A Augustus. Jacob Pinsky and A.
B xer.
Irs. Jules Klion assumed the
presidency of the Ladies' Aux-
:y Vice presidents of the
up will be Mrs Ben Gonshaft
I Mrs. Max Lcvine. Also
n, med to official posts were the
Mi idames Harry Fertig, record-
: secretary; Jacob Pinsky, cor-
-ponding secretary; and Eman-
i Arnold, tn asurc:
)n the Executive Board are the
Mc sdamea Max Genshaft, Harry
K. tner. Ben Moskowitz. Jacob
Plitt, Louis E Kaplan. Morris
I) tloff and Aaron Weiss
Cantor Mordecai Haalman, of
: Hollywood Jewish Commun-
il Center. rendered several
.sica! selections
Plan Revue At
Beach Hi^h School
\ fast-moving, satirical revue
aring all the earmarks of a
idv .. Pr duction will be
i .- th< Miami Be ich ,,, ,
Scl V..Ill i:n on
Btl at 8 30 p m.
ilei en and women are
; .: Tl
Trixie Levii
: : I nd will bi
(!:. I tl in.
1 la\ id d is the
Paul Weiss is pn id nl if the
i Chapter, and Maxim B
is i haii man oi the Social Com-
mittee
I
Beth El Schools To
Have Chanuka Fete
B.th El Congregation will hold
' u Chanuka Assembly of it< He
[ brew and Sunday School children
at 10:30 a.m., on Dee. mber 21st,
in the Dora August Auditorium. I
If/''*/ Resident**
At -1ewitth Home
Fvtvd I asi Sight
Residents of the Jewish Home
for the Aged wen feted List
night at a Chanuka Party.
In charge of the program were
Mrs. Morris Kriegel and Mrs.
Louis Makovsky, The evening's
entertainment opened with a
Candle Lighting Ceremony writ- week by Daniel M. Broad, presi-
ten and directed by Mori Fre- dent of the Association,
mon. Incumbents who retain office
Participating, in addition to on the Boa id include Alex Suss-
members of the Women's Aux- man. Sidney RubinowitZ, William
Uiary sponsoring the affair, were11,. Feuer, Bernard i.mdenfeld,
Leon Krone: and Madame Olga George Tabak. Harry J Sonz and
Bihor Stern.
Invocati in
Chanuka is lots of fun for children of the Nursery School of the Town Branch, Greater Mi
ami Jewish Community Center, as shown here as they participate >n a holiday observan
and party under th leadership of head teacher Mrs. Cora W. Freidman. Left to riqht
Charles Neustein. Joseph Neustein, Anita Sam9t, Michael Gale, Jo3hua Gettinqer, Barton M
goshes, Mary Ann Marder. Edward Baer and Jeffrey Rosnick.
Apartment tVroufi
Seloeta Hoard
Al Frank. living Schatzman.
Charles Sturman and Charles
Levin have been elected to two-
year terms on the Board of Di-
rectors of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association.
Announcement of their ap-
pointment was made late last
was by Mrs Max
Mendelsohn's Res-
taurant provided refreshments.
Samuel Voge.
Beth El Sisterhood
Uolden Agvrs W jjj
1 Kleet Ottieer*
Election
tion Beth El will hold Latke Card
Party on Sunday evening, De-j
cember 21st. at 8 p.m. Hostesses'(
for the affair are the Mesdames
Peggy Palmer. Jenny Solinger,
A! e Pepper, Max Rappaport and
Clara Greenberg.
Of officers for %
year will be the iufc
bOsiness for the Greater Mi*
Golden Agers on Sunday r*.
cember 21st. at the Jewish C*
munity Center, 450 SW 16th A.
enue.
Rathman Guest Speaker
Darby Rathman, of the Miami
Beach Community Center, will be
guest speaker during the weekly
luncheon meeting of the Miami
Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on
Tuesday. December 23rd, 12:15
p.m.. at the National Hotel.
According to Mrs, B. Shhcaa,
recording secretary, all old bt
ness for the past year will *
closed at this meeting.
Among activities being pla-
ned is the forthcoming Xej
Year's Eve Party. In charge i
information is Jerome Schulnm,
group director.
Rabbi Shapiro To Be On
Jewish Forum Of Air
R ibbi David Shapiro, Zionist
and lecturer, will be guest
V : ill! Of
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Mi ~ I. Br.kst and W Herbert ,,.,,,,. ,,
, 1" a :::. ove iti n \\ MIL is
t l Ml I
will be: The Son 01 I--
\nd The Tu Waj !'
Chaim Weizmann Dance Tanncn (lrcent.
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Teenagers often Country Club'i Bar-} Cue. Gilbei: rferken and Nancv Jane Pepf*
help thorr.sclveS to victo Below lei- to right] are Runyon characters Dr. Max Peppar. &W
The University of Miami will
present Dancers of Bali on
S aturday and Sunday even-
ings. January 3rd and 4th,
- : the Dade County Auditor-
i am. Music is by the Gamel-
an Orchestra under Anak
Agung Gde Ngurah Man-
cera. Proceeds are lor the
University Symphony Fund,
"he production is being stag,
ed by John Coast.
KM) (.Musts Welcome *** Mnx PePf Sor" Hfiman and Harold Sondfield.
Ncwlwvf.is \ 1 Party
Wom-
ri thi
The ; 1 d
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Mrs Bdwar N .. Phila-
delphi i, Pennsylvan
among guests at t!.
Hosts it tl < partj f.;v... ,, 400
guests wara the b. i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. [sador
' Fine, 610 SW 2!st Ri
Among out-of-town guests I
Mrs Fine's brother and sis- .
tei-in-law. Mr. and Mi J
1 K. Schwartz, ol Tamj
: Fine's brother-in-law ter,
I Mr. and Mi.- Nath in G ildman,
I of Ocala.
I The couple was wed on Novem-
I ber 9th, in Philadelphia.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1952
Wagner, Strauss Shannwd In Kraoi
TEL AVIV (WNS)-At the last n^rn^X".**
tests by individuals, organizations and the press m ,f pro"
request by Education Minister Dinaburg. the S-l P^^ 0f a
Orchestra decided this week to omit from it.V monic
tone-poem Til Eulgenspiegel, by the Austrian "Z! proRr th
, Strauss. Neither Wagner's nor Strauss' m hT^' ,Riclu
this country since 1939. have bcen P'Wd in
Norrha m Tried For Violation
MONTREAL (WNS)-Forty store owner* t
tants. were brought to trial last Sk T2JSV"f s^"
city by-law that requires stores to rcl 2 f of .vu.lat.ng a
Catholic holy days during the year. Cl ,* ****
cent, claiming that the law was unconstitutionalsine 11? """T
I nn-Catholics to celebrate Catholic festivals compels
Ijtborites Will Not EntVr abi..,>g
JERUSALEM (WNS)-Benjamin -Mint? andlt .0 S .
Kahane. leaders of the Agudah Labor Pa" So hsS ""
viously agreed to enter the Coalition Government th w,X ?S
on Premier David Ben-Gurion and offidaUv ta22-T? ?*
they are not rejoining the Cabinet. A.TX ,f h, nthat
Gurion is expected to submit the nt^l",*."^' '
President Ben Zvi. The President will hen invi tncm T
Low Cabinet and may also call a special session ,?f P.-r f?rm a
in recess because of Chanuka f Parlla"t now
&teUkrM*M
PAGE 9 A
Federation Releases 1952 Honor Roll;
Message Spurs Workers For New Goal
Th. lQM ,. n..u ..._ ..
ftlapani Party Will \ovor Learn
TEL AVIV (WNS)-Despite the fate awaiting Mor'L Oren
iMapani leader who was arrested in Prague following attendance'
Mast year of a Communist peace conference in Barltn \lt,
Japan, has decided to send a de.egat.on t the'v.e^'coITeZOf
The Peoples For Peace, a Communist-sponsored peace emfemJ.
Th. delegation, together with representatives of "h ,.,, ,',?.
hmimst Party is now on its way to Vienna, where one of lem.
bers is expected to raise the question of Oron's arrest.
Ilr. Ooldmann Lands ZA Action
NEW YORK (WNS)-Gratif,cat.on over the action Sen by
the executive of theZ.on.st Organization in approving the plan
under which the American Zionist Council is to become spokesman
and coordinator of America. Z.onist activities in additional areas
Iwas voiced here by Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Jewish
Eaward Cutler
llian Vows t niiiHh'ii, < in leaders
NEW YORK (WNS)-Confidence that "the Government of Is-
rael will succeed m its objective of retaining the valuable leader-
ship which has won such great success for the bond drive and for
[Israel was voiced here by Israeli Ambassador Abba S. Eban Mr
I Euan made the statement following a conference with Henry Mor-
Igenthau. Henry Montor, Julian Venetsky and Rudolf Sonneborn
who had offered to resign. >,-,,
Ir^Hefense Of Human Rights
1 WASHINGTON (JTA)President Truman called upon the
lAmerican people to observe United Nations Human Rights Day
land to defend the further the rights and freedoms of all people"
las proclaimed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Iln so doing, the President stated, the American people would re-
Itiew their determinatidn "there here, in our own land, the great
[guarantee in our Bill of Rights shall not be lost, or weakened or
curtailed."
V< Im'noi, Views I H< is Of Trials
WASHINGTON (JTA)Secretary of State Dean Achcson said
Ithis week that it is not yet clear what consequences "the anti-
llsrael, Anti-Zionist, and anti-Jewish aspects" of the Prague trial
Imay have for Jews in Czechoslovakia and in other satellite coun-
tries of Eastern Europe. Mr. Acheson described the trial as "an
elaborate pretense with innumerable false charges, forced testi-
Imony and induced confessions." He said the trial was designed by
IMoscow to terrorize satellite regimes into greater exertions and
predicted that such trials would be repeated "whenever it is deemed
Kcessary to teach the lessons of utter unquestioning dependence
lupon the Kremlin and unswerving and unsuccessful compliance with
[Its purposes."
Edward Cutler Bar
Mitzvah At Beth E\
Edward Cutler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Cutler, 1871 SW 16th
Terrace, Miami, will become Bar
I Mitzvah tomorrow morning, De-
cember 20th, 9 a.m., at the Beth
' El Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
at the Shenandoah Junior High
School and is active in sports
there. He received his religious
training at Beth E!, where he* is
president of the Student Council.
He will address the Congrega-
tion during the ceremony, and
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
will respond. A Kiddush is sched-
uled to follow.
Honored guests will be Mr. and
Mrs. William Cohen, of Wilkes-
Barre, Pennsylvania, the Bar
Mitzvah's grandparents.
Out-of-town guests will in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cutler
and children, Hollis and Sharon,
of Scranton, Pennsylvania, uncle
and aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Kalkin, of Newport News, Vir-
ginia, great uncle and aunt; Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Roth, and sons, of
Cleveland, Ohio, uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goldman, of
Cleveland, uncle and aunt; and
Mr. and Mrs. David Roth and
sons, also of Cleveland, uncle and
aunt.
A reception will be held in the
Bar Mitzvah's honor on Saturday
evening at the Beth El Congrega-
tion.
The 1952 Honor Roll and Year-
book, published each year by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, came off the press yesterday
and will be mailed next week to
some 20.000 prospective contribu-
tors to the 1953 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, it was announced by
Carl Weinklc, president of Feder-
ation.
The booklet contains the name
of all persons who contributed
$10 or over to the 1952 Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal which reached
a final goal of $1,150,000.
It was revealed that 1952 allo-
cations to the seven local bene-
ficiary agencies of the campaign
amounted to $356,893 or 35.44 per
cent of the total funds raised.
Civic defense agencies received
$27,323 or 2.71 percent.
Israeli and overseas agencies
received $26,389 or 2.63 percent.
The major beneficiary of the
campaign was the United Jewish
Appeal whose share was $578,000.
In a statement appearing in the
Honor Roll. Carl Weinkle, presi-
dent of Federation, said that "We
all know that for fourteen years
the Combined Jewish Appeal in
Greater Miami has served many
agencies, many institutions, many-
people. I am filled with pride to
learn that in 1953, the CJA will
support more than forty-six or-
ganizations which extend aid to
our people in many corners of
the world. I am confident that
your generosity will keep pace
with our city's growth. Once
more, in 1953, thousands of vol-
unteers will dedicate themselves
to their tasks with enthusiasm to
raise the funds which sustain and
strengthen these vital institu-
tions.
"This year, these workers will
continue to attend meetings, ring
doorbells, and fire the campaign
with their zeal and inspiration.
They will tell the story of the
Combined Jewish Appeal over
and over, make their own pledg-
es, meet some disappointments
and secure many contributions
all the while mindful that the ex-
tra effort is worthwhile, and hu-
manity must be helped as long as
the need exists."
Howard Kane, chairman of the
1953 Appeal in Greater Miami,
addressed the following memo to
all campaign workers: "If we can
think of the 1953 campaign in
terms of peoplevaliant families
in Israelour aged residents at
the Jewish Home in Miamithe
sick at Mount Sinai Hospital
thousands of youth at the Cen-
ters and the New Americans
making their home in our com-
munityif CJA means these peo-
ple to us, we will not fail them in
1953. If it is up to us. We can
strengthen Israel and help mold
Greater Miami into a vital, pul-
sing city, by assuming some of
the responsibility in this mercy-
campaign. "
Community Relations Body Drive On
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)An educational campaign on prob-
lems in neighborhoods that arc changing in their racial and relig-
ious composition was announced here this week by the Philadel-
phia Jewish Community Relations Council. Discussion and study of
Issues ..rising in the so-called "changing neighborhoods" by the
'"'K;iniz;,tions affiliated with the council will feature the campaign,
Won I Mesirov, council president, reported.
foreign Nations Protest New law
WASHINGTON (JTA)The State Department made known
Ms w.ek that at least a half dozen foreign nations have protested
pH'nst the provisions of the McCarr.m-Wnltcr Immigration Act.
r*Wch is slated to go into effect on December 24th. Great Britain
and Fiance have delivered notes to the Department while other
Countries, including Italy. Norway. Belgium. Sweden, and the Neth-
rHands protested orally. The protests were directed specifically
I'gainst new regulations which require such careful screening of the
members of the crew of each ship touching at American ports that
| ni-ndly nations operating vessels fear it will seriously hamper the
turn-around schedule" of vessels.
Jowlsh Mayor Sets Reeord Here
CORNWALL, Ontario (WNS)This small town of Cornwall
as been electing a Jewish mayor for the past fourteen yens and
Wil> "f showing its confidence in the incumbent, Aaron Hpro-
m re-elcctcd him this year to a fifteenth term with the greatest
ajority ever rolled up by a candidate for the mayoralty post. An
hisTf Jtwish. corrnunal worker. Mayor Horowitz plans to make
'teenth inaugural a simple ceremony.
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*Jewlstnorldian
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Marines "Attack" Greater Miami Area In
Sweeping Drive To Sel! Israel Bonds
Stephen Howard Salzberg,
son oi Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Sclzbeig 6070 North Bay
Road, will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Decem-
ber 20th, 10:45 a.m.. at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. The
Bar Mitzvah is a student in
the 7th grade at Nautilus
School.
A rousing "attack" by i
ian "army" of appri x
tei c Jew
en : the Gn
last Sundaj at I
'),-)S'. .
,>i ti I -..!-.' ; 103
I i Israel
Li I bv gn up of -'' volunl i
te i si .i. a M ii n< -. J> >vish
v> km er boys led ta the
.;mip, the co ipera-
tion : ;, liei Gi n i. l Albert
D (' > lej C imman lin G in r i
>f the TI ir I Marjne Air Wing,
I .;: :.: I worker,
lepli yed In true military style t<>
.set the amazing record.
Early last Sunday morning, the
volunteers mot to hear Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban. Henry Morgen-
thau, Jr., and Melvin Dubinsky
urge them to achieve a new goal
I for the new Jewish state in a
I special telephone broadcast from
I New York and Washington, and
then set out to reach the goal.
Early reports from every see-
I tion < f the community indicated
the trend toward the new mark.
' With the Jewish Marines spear-
I heading the attack by reporting
| several thousand dollars in bond
tales before noon, the enthusiasm
Mrs. Harry Gersten, chairman of the Council of Organizations. Women's Division, is surra A
ed by Jewish volunteer United States Marines as they prepare to "attack'' the civilian do
latfbn in their drive for Bonds cf Israel sales. The marines turned in a creditable record
Sunday, reporting several thousand dollars in cash sales early in the day.
operation from our uniformed The final tabulation will notk
known officially until Tue_)n
night, Decembc r 23rd, when |
Victory Rally will be held at_,
Miami Beach Jewish Center at I i
p.m. Featured fcuest speaker*!
the rally will be Rabbi Irvnj I
Miller, president of the Zionot
Organization of America.
of the volunteers took on a new
glow.
Before the day ended, they
asked for and received permis-
sion to extend their efforts
through next Sunday.
"It is really a tribute to the
men and women of our area to
have received such wonderful co-
boys in this campaign," declared
Joe Rose, campaign chairman.
"Their enthusiasm and feeling
that the success of Israel depend-
ed on the success of this drive
and others like it, served as an
incentive for our workers on this
campaign."
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1952
1.000 Dispersed By
tain At Weizmann
lemorial Tribute
goma 6,000 persons crowded
to Flamingo Park last week to
iv tribute to the late Dr. Chaim
Vi/mann, first President of the
late <'f Israel.
The evening's program, which
narked the death of the Zionist
leader last month, was under the
luspices of the South Florida Zi-
liist Council.
Flurries of rain began falling
s Rabbi Irving Lehrman eulo-
|ized Dr. Weizmann.
"Chaim Weizmann's tjnal mes-
ge to Jewry and to Israel was,
ou must build a land not only
soil but also of soul, of justice,
ive and brotherhood,' the spir-
ual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center said.
The invocation was by Rabbi
Mfred Waxman, of the West Mi-
imi Jewish Center. Rabbi Jos-
eph Rackovsky, of Beth Tfilah
Congregation, read the Psalms of
)avid. The memorial prayer was
king by Cantor Samuel Kelemer,
if Temple Beth Sholom.
Program chairman was Mrs.
korge M. Cohen, assisted by
Irs. Irwin Weinstein and Mrs.
Jilt, in Sirkin.
Sudden rain dispersed the 6,000
i ns as the curtain rang up on
dramatic production of the life
Dr. Weizmann prepared by
'i (i ssor Samuel Hirsch, of the
diversity of Miami Drama Dc-
ent,
als of the Zionist Coun-
! of South Florida reported this
B' dinal dramatization will be pre-
ented as a part of the fifth an-
irj program of Israel's In-
Qce Day.
Date and location of the fifth
nniversary celebration will be
bnounced later, Council offic-
ial.
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m Obituaries
in
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' his rather, Isador
;;.,-. and Naomi and
. oilier, fi.iu- Klati m inii
| R-anA-hll.....n. fcervleei .,,
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...... on Mount 5ii
MRS XKTTIE [(RUDER
,', '' pn Avenue, Miami
." h"'- la wee*, a real-
i ii ror Ihe pas -, v.. year. sh.- is
,,hHi h>, her husl........ Milton: and
.'. '. ""',;, 1|"-'" "" 'i'-ory. Remain"
"' to Brooklyn, New Y..rk.
i Interment by th.'
neai ii Memorial Chapel,
Mendel Fisher Will Address Zionist
Tribute To Chaim Weizmann Here

of
HADIH BRODV
' -i <'"llins Avenue died nn
' lth. si,, Is Rurvived i
her husband, Harry; mother Mr.
d Ortrowsky; two la vhten \
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waa mi Mount BInal Cemetery
--. RAV,D l-'I'MAN
In ? i^,iiNvV ""Avenue, died hore j
n loea hospital, a resident for I
the pait flv,. ,,, i. |. survived by"
his wire, Besali ; a son, Irvine-: and
two daughters. I.,..-,], and Svlvla It"'
rnalns wi re Rent to l-hlladelphi:i,
l ennaylvanla, ror servlcea and intnr-
ment by the Oordon Puneral Home.
ALFRED QROSS
j>l, -1 2113 Waahlngton Avenue, died
'" ) reHldeni for the past nine
M-ars, he i- survived by his wife.
>HJa; and ,,, ,|;,,,v-li<.i-n. Mrs. .loan
[oodrleh and Miss Dorothy Gross.
R< n were sent to New York citi'
ror services and interment by ibe
'' h Mi lal 'hapel.
JACOB I). i:i"Ml-K
143" SW 2th .-'i... t. died Mon-
He Is sin \;.. ,1 ii> iii- son, Si i -
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IKIDOR GOLDPIN
ii Urlve, died Mondaj
:>it i \ i. sidi nt here
six j ars, h.- is survived
his !'" and d i isrhtc Sen i -
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Under the chairmanship of Le-
on J. Ell, chairman of the Spec-
ial Arrangements Committee, and
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, presi-
dent of the JNF Council of
Greater Miami, plans were com-
pleted last week for the Memor-
ial Tribute to Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann which will be held at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center on
December 28th, 8 p.m.. under the
auspices. if the Jewish National
Fund.
World renowned Cantor Moshe
Kusevitsky has prepared a spec-
ial program for the occasion.
Mendel M. Fisher, national ex-
ecutive director of the JNF in
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morial to Dr. Weizmann, the Yaar
Nassi in Israel.
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Robbi Shapiro Discusses
Iron Curtain Jews
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of the Beth David Syna-
gogue, was guest speaker at a
Chanuka Party of the Pioneer
Women's Organization. Club No.
2, last. Sunday evening in the
Kneseth Israel Congregation."
Rabbi Shapiro discussed the
urgency of aiding Jews behind
the Iron Curtain. The affair was
a tribute to the memory of the
mother of Mrs. Joseph Mintzes,
chairman.
ated with the late President as
a member of the Actions Cc.n-
mittec and as a delegate to num-
erous World Zionist Congresses.
He has been a frequent visitor to
Israel and is considered one of
the most dynamic speakers on the
Zionist platform in America.
Zionist organizations. Syna-
gogues and other Jewish groups
in Greater Miami have been in-
vited by the JNF to participate
in the event. A Committee of
Sponsors, recently organized for
the JNF Weizmann Tribute, will
hold a dinner at the Tides Hotel
preceding the public assembly at
the Center.
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IAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1952
ionard Wien Will Head Mount Sinai
ibilee For Third Successive Year
Announcement of the appointment of Leonard A. Wien as gen-
] chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's Third Annual Jubilee
Leduled for March 5, 1953, at the Miami Beach Auditorium has
,n announced by Max Orovitz, hospital president. Wien' has
ved as Jubilee chairman each year since the inception of the
ipital's only fund-raising function in 1950.
Assisting as associates on the
r,,,, Committee will be S. C.
irinson and J. Gerald Lewis
L erve with Wien on Mount
|ai'8 Board of Trustees. Serv-
f ir the second consecutive
ment, Orovitz indicated that be-
cause of the success of Mount
Sinai's previous Jubilee, the
Board of Trustees was once again
as entertainment chairman I calling upon Wien to head the
, Ben B. Games. most jmportant fund raising proj-
ht was the opinion of many," | oct conducted b ,he h j
|d Wien in accepting the post, j eacn year
lai Mount Sinai's Jubilee last '
jr with Ed Sullivan, noted ,As Jub'k* chairman, Wien
lumnist and television star, as' has "** lhe, fu" sanction and
C- of ceremonies hit a new 2x,.^rati" f, ^c American,
h for entertainment on Miami i full,d Varlety Artists whose
I.I, This year Sullivan has I J?1 offlcers hauvt' |^ hlm
to agreed to be master of I J^ evy mf"^ of AGVA in
lemonies, and all plans poiot to thc area wl1 be ur8ed to give
Blow that will even surpass the]
t"
?port issued by Samuel
Lrtner, executive director of
mint Sinai) it was noted that in
ten month period from Jan-
y 1st to October 31st, the hos-
al totalled approximately 10,-
80 patient days for admissions
the Social Service De-
Irtment.
fin the same period, Gertner's
irt continued, there were
i 5,500 visits made to Mount
Plat's Out-Patient Department
a free or part-free basis, trip-
le the number of clinic visits
ade during the first year the
kpartment was opened.
[In announcing Wien's appoint-
their assistance, the only func-
tion in the area to receive full
clearance.
While Jews in more than
5,000 communities through-
out the nation were purchas-
ing Israel Bonds on BIG Day
last Sunday in celebration
of Chanuka, the traditional
holiday which marks the an-
cient victory for Hebrew free-
dom won by Judah Macca-
bee, a new brand of Israelis,
called "modern Maccabees,"
are again standing vigil-
against marauders. They-
protect the workers and
eguipment of the State of
Israel Bond-aided copper
mines in the Negev near
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Jewish Schools
Plan Maccabiah
The Annual Maccabiah, spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will be held on Sun-
day, December 28th, for Jewish
schools in Miami and Coral Gab-
les and on Monday, December
29th. for Jewish schools on Mi-
ami Beach.
The Maccabiah each year
brings together these schools in
an athletic carnival which stimu-
lates arts and crafts and singing,
as well as athletic contests.
The program of the Maccabiah
will include a parade of partici-
pants in which schools will dis-
play original ideas in posters,
small floats and other decoration.
The athletic events will feature
boan-bag-on-head relays and
partner races in six age categor-
y's.
The Maccabiah is to conclude
with a song contest involving the
choral groups of all the schools.
The Town Maccabiah will be
held at Shenandoah Park. The
Beach Maccabiah will be at Fla-
mingo Park.
Some 1.000 pupils are expected
to participate in both events.
M. Ghitzis
Florida AeJC To
ltais Funds For
Donor Program
Tht. Florui.i Women's Division
"i the American Jewish Congress,
under the chairmanship ol Mrs
Molly Janoff, held an An-
i.il Dinner-Dance al Lou Wal-
- Latin Quarter, l l
n Si nday
Pn i d ..., :,t i cai rv .,
the ( \; .;-,.! the
Vm rican .1 r w i a h c ingress,
ides 1 ical ships
I I ; : : i. |
' I University oi Miami,
I. li i '" '.'.'-. H n e
i Israi
In c.'!.. Be o] with
Mrs. Roa Wi

tied CroM* \eeds
Wana en .liih's
ied who can
Urs per v, i
lunti er basis t js ..- Staff Al li
Mrs (inter Levinaon, chair-
n ol staff aides, gtrecw d m an !
announcement here that aides
ni i ded m a number of clau-
' At present, the Red
Cross chaptei building requires
i ral women t i sei ve ai recep-
tionists
H. ginning in January, during
Red Crosi Membership Drive,
volunteers will be needed at
headquai ters to do clerical work,
including filing and typing.
Sharet Will Plan
Communal Project
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will meet on
Tuesday. December 23rd. 8 p.m..
at the home of Miss Bobby Stern,
3360 SW 21st Street, Miami.
Principle purpose of the meet-
ing will be to select a new com-
munity service tor the next six
months. The Chapter worked
with the Cerebral Palsy Clinic
during the past administration.
as well as with the Saint Albans
Nursery and the Muscular Dys-
trophy Association,
A Chanuka program is sched-
uled to follow and will be under
the chairmanship of the Misses
Maurine Hyman and Sandy Sil-
berman.
A sand-off will also be given
to the Misses Lorraine Kahlen-
and Sally Grossman on the
eve ol their departure a dele-
- Disti icl No. 5. to the
Nati< nal B'i B*i ith Young Men .
V '.',' ,!.'. ('"nvention
. Cini Innati, Ohio.
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Show Film Here
Of Yiddish Poets
The YlVO-sponsored Yiddisher
Forum will hear M. Ghitzis. Yid-
dish novelist,- in a film lecture
tomorrow evening. 8:30 .nv. at
the Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Mr. Ghitzis will discuss: Yid-
dish Poets And Writers In Amer-
ica
Some five years of study and
personal contact with writers
here made possible the tealiza-
tion of the film. Mr Qhitzes. di-
rector and producer, said.
Made in technhcolor in New
York;. Chicago. Los Angeles and
Miami Beach, the film includes
writers from the United States.
Canada and Mexico, as well as
refugees from the European
countries.
Presiding will be Beryl Morri-
son.
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struction here in N-w York nV.i.hT Wlthuthe Perpendicular con-
striking new Assembly HaU cZS h ahltuecture nor that f the
It is Ire internatona? n T^e:it^:ZTny^mer,Can-
this international quality has been SSLSWZ T^""' ^
the headquarters from sS many member sS CntribUt'ns t0
d.n". Jeru**lem *ton tor the decoration of the qar-
SSrtBtSL'tw f ^l",*uut n V^ comply. ?.
sion*. lor facing th. Assembly HaU. The British panelled and
furnUhed on. of th. small committee rooms, too
.tePdiaeifjen architects designed the three council chambers
nrshinTny;HDerark ^ Sweden gave the decorations and fur:
msh.ngs m the Security Council, the Trusteeship Council and the
Economic and Social Council, respectively. Belgium is providing a
JgiHF**..** ***** bi" t"Ptry in the world bTit!
?nTSASl?HaUStl ^ ^ ^ to hU" -*
Australia ndRiw Z*land hay. prodded lacewood and
rvmu wood paneUmg for th. delegate.' .ntrance hall and the
office suit, of the Assembly prudent. Brasil plan, to give th.
mural, for one of the lobbies. Yugoslavia and the Union of South
Africa are going to donate work, of sculpture, and o is Greece.
only its gift will be considerably old.r than th. oth.rs 2,000
years olderfor it is a classic statue. India. Turkey and Iran
have contributed rugs, and Ecuador is giving the carpeting for
the committee area.
One of the most touching gifts is the fountain in the courtyard
which was contributed by the schoolchildren of the United States;
the pebbles in the pool in which the fountain plays are black peb-
bles from the Island of Rhodes, apparently the only place where
such black pebbles are found. They were gathered by the women
and children of the island. The City of New York has made an ap-
propriation for the greater part of the ornamental fence which will
surround the site of the permanent headquarters. Some of the con-
tributors have spent a lot of money on their gifts to the United
Nations. Canada paid $75,000 for the ornamental metal doors with
their carved figures which are at the public entrance to the As-
sembly Hall.
Israel, because of its straightened financial circumstances.
could not afford to spend any foreign currency on its gift and did
not do soeven in shipping it to the United Slates. The Jerusalem
stones are being transported in the SS Acco. an Israeli freighter
owaed by the American-Israeli Shipping Company, and arrived
here in New York at the end of November.
Although its contribution has not cost the Israeli Government a
great deal, it is expected to be much admired by diplomats as well
as by the general public. The stones are the same pinkish-white
marble of which so many of the buildings in Jerusalem are con-
structed and which make the city so beautiful. They are going to be
used in a prominent manner herein the walls of the formal gar-
dens and in arches and decorations.
A Happy Chanuka To All Our
Friends and Patrons
Sunshinv's
Mteauty Saton
550 41st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-1624
MISS SUNSHINE
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CORAL GABLES
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274 SUNSET DRIVE
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CONTRACTORS
Howard G. McCann. Owner
- PHONE 84-9514
330 N.W. 7Ut STREET
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To All ... A Most Happy Holiday
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Painting and Glass Work Mechanical Work
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Bbcayne Dog Track
Adds New Features
The Biscayne Kennel Club In-
augurated new feature this past
week in presenting three long
-lane races nightly In addition
i > the regularly scheduled ninth
e hot-box contest,
The new policy met with in-
tent approval Of the fans, and
Hieing Secretary Leo Hartwell
will endeavor to follow this pro-
cedure as often B8 possible for
the balance of the Fall meeting,
it was reported this week.
The three marathon events will
be run as the fifth, seventh and
tenth races and will be staged
over the 1.815-foot Biscayne
Course.
Biscayne. now well along in the
first half of its split date meeting,
is assured of again being the
-t..tes leading track in attend-
ance and mutuel wagering.
The Northside Oval, owned and
operated by pioneer Miamians
for over a quarter of a century,
will conclude it.. Pall meeting
the night of January 5th. The
track will re-open on April 10th.
. nd run through to June 2nd.
winding up the greyhound racing
ir S lith !' : : : 1952-
1953.
*knt>ncrkUan
The S,
'Aphony C1
or<-
Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Budget Committee are shown at one of
their work sessions studyinq applications of national agencies which are included in the
1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Top national organizations which are benefactors in the an-
nual fund drive include the United Jewish Appeal, Hadassah, Pioneer Women, Joint Defense
Appeal. Jewish Labor Committee and Jewish Welfare Board. Seven Greater Miami institu-
tions are also included. Shown seated (left to right) are Mrs. Syjvia Chertkof, Lou Goldman,
Harold Thurman, Mrs. William Copland, Arnold Seeder and Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Standing
(left to riaht' are Max C Gettinger. Community Planning director of Federation, Ralph Lach
man, Rabbi Morris Skop and Jack Muravchick.
Camp Akiba Now
Taking: Reservations
Reservatioi thi 1953 .-..,--
1 n are ;-. w b. ing .,. cepted at
.. in the Poconos, near
Sti P nia
1'; i i ati : by Mi in it K.i'
and Meyer Heir
" for boys '
s tated 85 miles I
V rk : : Philadi Iphia |
Feal very type of water.
amp
: moun-
i woodlands
Pliy md nurs< s an
I and at all tii
Morris Edelson and Louis
.. e now in Miami Beach
and i achi d by interested
I trents as follows
Edelson. 6805 Abbott Avenue.
phone b(>-3!58. Louis Sherr, Ho-
? 1 Coronet, phone 86-6211.
4 'ollgt Miit-h-iii*
Slatrl To Apply
I or Position*
College students normally away
from home during the year will
be afforded ;m opportunity to ap-
pl> foi camp counselor positions
with the three day camps to be
pi Ite i by the Croat.-: Miami
Jew -; Community Centei next
summer.
Tiny will be able to apply
while home on winter vacation
'during the next two weeks, it was
announced by Emanuel Tropp,
director of activities.
The day camps are operated out
of the Center's Town Branch.
Beach Branch and Flagler-Grar
nada affiliate. Counselors duty
hours will be from Monday
through Friday of each week for
an eight-week season beginning
the last week in June.
Emanuel Tropp is in charge of
intei views.
Cleveland Club
The Cleveland Club of Greater
Miami held a Chanuka Meet-
ing and Installation of officers
Jonntag *$ffi) Restauran
1417 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 5-3495
DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9
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Under Supervision of Gmttr Miami Vaad Hakashruth
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Vacation Affair
A Winter Vacation Program for
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. Town Branch, ha*; on Wednesday. Installing offic-
n ently been announced by Mrs. I er was Rabbi Morris Skop, of the
Violet Gelb, chairman of the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Branch's Afte:-school Program)-------------------------------------------
Com:: ittee.
Tlio program is offered for all
children between the ages of six
and 12. and will begin gn Mon-
I day. December 22nd. running
, during the entire school vacation
i" rior ending on Friday. January
2nd. 1953.
The program Will include a se-
ries of special events within and
away from the Center. Some of
its features will be trips to places
Of interest, movies, roller skat-
ing, and a post-Chanuka party.
As a special feature, there will
be two all-day picnic trips to
Crandon Park on Friday, Decem-
ber 26th, and on Wednesday, De-
cember 31st.
In charge of the program is Is-
rael Silver. GMJCC Town Branch
superiors.
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MIAMI BEACH
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Featuring Their Famous Kosher Foods
Art Taking Over
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645 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Re opening Thur.. Dc. lith. al 4 pjn.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
CORAL GABLES JEWISH
\cENTER will hold Friday even-
ling services at 8:15 p.m., with a
IChanuka Musicale presented by
[the Teen Age Girls Club of the
I Center. Subject of a discourse
|bv Rabbi Morris Skop is sched-
luied as: Taking A Stand On Is-
[sues. Cantor Irving Robinson and
[Leon Schiff, conducting the Cen-
[ler Choir, will invoke,the bless-
lings on the New Moon of Tebeth
with special Hallel hymns. Sat-
[urday morning services are at
[9:30 a.m.. with Rabbi Skop dis-
|russing the Weekly Portion.
e e e
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami
Iwill hear Dr. Joseph Narot in
[a sermon on Unity In The Jew-
I jsh Community during Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m. The
[Chanuka Candle Ritual, for the
eighth night of the Feast of
Lights, will be conducted by the
| Rabbi and the Congregation.
0
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
|late Friday evening services at
le.15 p.m., with Hy Morris, presi-
dent of the Center, and Ben Katz,
cantor, officiating. Guest speak-
[er will be Hyman Sootin, past
[president of the Miami Zionist
[District, who is scheduled to dis-
m- Zionism And Its-Contribu-
tion To Israel. Dora Stein Sister-
hood will be hostess at the Oneg
Shabbat following. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
[when Rabbi Abraham Sachs will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Jun-
ior services are at 9:30 a.m., fol-
lowed by Kiddush. Mincha will
be at 5 p.m., with Shalos Scudos
! and Maariv concluding the Sab-
bath.
*
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
arc .it 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander
Gross will officiate and discuss:
Oliv. Oil -. Symbol Of Chanuka.
Cantor Jacob Tambor will ren-
der the musical portion of the
liturgy, Rabbi Gross will con-
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1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORE GUARANTEED
duct the Post-Graduate Student
Discussion Group at 3 p.m A
Chanuka Party for" children is
also scheduled for 3 p.m. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Greenberg will be
hosts in honor of their son, Mar-
tin. Mincha is at 5 p.m., follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos.
0
BETH EL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening servic-
es at sundown. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
will discuss: Why Have The
Maccabees Failed. A class in Tal-
mud is scheduled for 4 p.m. Min-
cha will be at 4:45 p.m., follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Fri-
day at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill officiating. Vin-
dication, will be the subject of a
sermon bv Arthur Deutsch,
chairman of the Religious Com-
mittee. The Sisterhood will spon-
sor the Oneg Shabbat. Services,
will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday,
and will be followed by Kiddush.
o a a
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman officiating. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Sat-
urday services are scheduled for
9 a.m., with Junior services at
11. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. fol-
lowed by study of the Weekly
Portion and Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 7 a.m.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating and assisted by
the Center Choir. Guest speaker
will be Norman Lyons, Miami
attorney, whose discourse is sch-
eduled as: The Flame Of The
Chanuka Lights Israel's Mes-
sage To American Jewry. Hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat following
will bo Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fraid-
lane and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Becker wh i are observing their
wedding anniversaries. Satur-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 9 a.m.. when Reverend
Heim will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Mincha is ai 5 p.m.. fol-
low!,I by Maariv. Edward, son
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Brownstoin.
Hialeah, will mark his Bar Mitz-
vah on Thursday, December 25th.

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 dis-
cussing: Power Of The Tongue.
Kiddush will follow. Mincha is
at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Agudath IfrMMfebbl Isaac Ever. Or.
Bth r ;'ih 8I Mta"" "'"'>
gp.U*e. R2S sw ,, L...
Be.lh Fl~1!,'sl,ma,>"a,, Bwlratr, Or-
thodox, soo s\v |7h .. Miami
inJK*,5r5r?S*w ''" KroSih
-Si >H>'''I"X. MS Kuolid Ace.. Ml-
Coral Gable* Rabbi Morris skop, Ijh.
downtown Synaoooue-Orthodox, 135
NJJ Ird Av Miami.
Ml'fml *"* Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
nJ.U.1' ,r,h<-1"*. M h St.. MB.
Hialeah. Miami Springs Reverend
I.eo H.im. ;,;,, K 4tn AV(. m.ll(all
Hollywoodlubhl Jacob IIoiiIe, Con-
neryatlve. 2M0 l'olk St.. Hollvwood.
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
JaclW. Conservative-, SI9S S\V 24th
Ter Miami.
Kneseth Israel-Rabbi Abraham Cas-
ML Orthodox, 1413 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Reach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irvine- IVhririan,
I onservatlr*, 1701 Wash. Ave., MB.
Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi Simon
April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave.,
Miami.
V;-tieelln Park Reverend Jacob
Hatis, 16tth Street and KE 11th
Avenue, North Mutmi li.-a.-li
North DadeRabbi Harry Kttlnaer,
Conservative, 1363" W. Dixie High-
way. North Miami.
North ShoreItalibi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Conservative, 620 7">th St.,
Miami Iteach.
Temple laraelI>r. Joseph Narot, Re-
form, 137 xk lfith St., Miami.
Titereth Israel 6",00 N. Miami AVe..
Miami
Weit Miami Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Conservative, S7J0 SW Ktli St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthihix, 4001 Chase
Are.. Miami Bea<-h.
Zamora -It, v.....nil Rudolf Hi ill. Con-
servative, 44 Zamora AVe.. coral
rjabiec
Sidney Daniels. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m., at
which time the Bar Mitzvah of
Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou-
is Schwartz, will take place,
e e
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating and
discussing: Let There Be More
Light. Saturday morning servic-
es are at 9 a.m., when the an-
nual consecration service in hon-
or of all new pupils of the Center
Religious School will take place.
An afternoon Bible class is
scheduled for 4 p.m., followed
by Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
at 5:30 p.m.
o a
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold early Friday
services at 4:45 p.m. Late serv-
ices are at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
Abraham Cassel officiating and
discussing: The Meaning Of
Dreams. The musical portion of
the liturgy will be rendered by
Cantor Abraham Seif. Saturday
morning services are scheduled
for 8:30 a.m. Afternoon services
will be at 4:45 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 8 a.m., and at 4:45 p.m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH
CENTER will hold Friday even-
ing services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Mayor, Abramowitz will officiate
and fiiscuss: Power Of Light.
Music'1 portion of the liturgy
will be rendered by Cantor Ed-
ward Klein and the Center Choir.
Saturday morning services arc
at 8:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitz-
vah of Robert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Cantor, will take
place.
o
MMM1 HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will hold
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Simon Ap-
ril will officiate and discuss: How
Shall We Rededicate Ourselves.
A Mishna class will be held at 4
p.m., followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will officiate and present his po-
etic narrative, The Light That Is
Never Extinguished. He will be
assisted by Joseph Murray, Tem-
ple post-Confirmand. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render the
musical portion of the liturgy.
Cme this year to
Rela*
ere
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a the carefree let!, .eyn.re Ae. ere br,,M.r. Mag
lighter! The .pleader, convenience end hetfWeWy.ef e
..NDADO .EACH HOTEL offer just the r.,M "***"
of old world atmosphere end modern conveniences. Air
conditioned guest rooms with privefe both and "'.;.; _J^B
comfortably, graciously f-aUhed-. Net*f *.* *ff! &dj?
ol ..citing edvoaturet -thin beautifully lend.cepedre-d. Jf^jf
rnv.te beech, salt
wafer pool, cabanas,
leeais courti .
> ocVt.ll hour, dining,
deacief. Convenient
to sailing, fishing,
idiBf foM and sva-
ti*0 sightieelng.
Seudos under the sponsorship of
Harry Kaplan. Daily services are
at 8:30 a.m., and at sunset.

YOUNG ISRAEL SYS A -
GOGUE will hold Friday even-
ing services at 5 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Kiddush will follow. Mincha is
at 5 p.m. Shalos Scudos will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Broad. Daily services are
at 8 a.m., and at 5 p.m.
a
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
will officiate and discuss: Chan-
uka In Our Daily Life. At 4
p.m., the Rabbi will review the
Weekly Portion. Mincha is at
4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv. Daily serv-
ices are at 7:30 a.m., and at 5:15
p.m.
*
BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating and
Cantor Aaron Weingarten ren-
dering the musical portion of the
liturgy. Subject of a discourse
by the Rabbi is scheduled as:
Lost Lights. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m., when
the Bar Mitzvoth of Irwin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tendler,
and Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Gross, will take place.
Mincha is at 5:15 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will discuss the Weekly
Portion.
?
FLAGLER GRANADA JEW-
ISH COMMUNITY CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8 p.m. Principal speaker will be
Gilbert Balkin. of the Anti-Def-
amation League of B'nai B'rith.
His discourse is scheduled as:
The Jew And Democracy. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m.
*
BETH DAV7D SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max
| Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches officiating. Assisting
will be the Student Choir under
the direction of Mrs. Jack Don-
nerstag. Services will be dedi-
cated to Beth David Boy and
Girl Scout Troops, and the Nir
Tamld ward will be presented
to Leonard Rothbart and Rabbi
Shapiro. Subject of the even
Ing"! discourse is scheduled as:
Judah Maccabeus And The Kor-
taj) War. The Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing will be sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Kasow. Floral of-
ferings will be by Mr. and Mrs.


PAGE 6 B
vJewlstiHcrldlan
Set January 9th
As Chest Day In
Local Synagogues
Members of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association have des-
ignated January 9th, as Neigh-
bor Day.
The day will be observed in
all Synagogues of the area to
emphasize the needs of the Com-
munity Chest and has been or-
ganized by the newly-created
Clergy Committee of the Dade
County Community Chest Cam-
paign.
A new character has been in-
troduced to represent the drive
here in its local quest for $1,050,-
000 to distribute among some 25
charities. He is Chesty, a doll in
a Robin Hood outfit, who was
introduced at the recent meeting
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association.
Geismar At Forum
Siegried Geismar. retired at- | 7:3.tP__9:?.p m
torney and civic worker, will ad-
dress the Spinoza Forum tomor-
row afternoon. 3 p.m., on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson. 11th Street and
Ocean Court. Miami Beach. Geis-
mar's topic is: Miami Beach "
Past, Present And Future.
Charles H. Lee will preside.
Nurses' Institute
Opens Monday
Nursing "education in the South
Florida area will take another
step forward with the presenta-
tion of the Psychiatric Nursing
Institute on December 22nd
through January 30th, under the
joint auspices of the University
of Miami and the Florida State
Nurses' Association, Fifth Dis-
trict.
The Institute will consist of
eight sessions led, with one ex-
ception, by nurses and doctors of
the staff of Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital and Professors in
Psychology and Nursing at the
University.
Hildegard E. Peplau, Instructor
in Nursing Education, Teachers
College, Columbia University, the
only speaker from outside the
area, will open the Institute.
Meetings will be held at the
University's Koubek Center. 27th
Avenue and SW 3rd Street, from
SSSJSSttn
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ami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a Bl"-*1
radio station V/MBM on Sundays at 2 p.m. Entitled. Let Us Learn Hebrew, the lyrlaT^ H
ducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob Schachfer'. Jewish Hour. The Jewiih^l," H
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Party Slatod
An Open House Party will be
the feature of an evening under
the auspices of the Star of David
Charity Association on Sunday
evening, December 14th. 8 p.m.,
at the Town and Beach Club.
Master of ceremonies will be
II.iinkl Shapiro. Miami Beach at-
torney and radio commentator.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
Mrs. Sally RoMHSon and Mrs.
... Fisher.
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And the lady? -',", Ve-ha-ge-veret?
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Staff Sergeant Herbert B. Gelt-
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Sam Geltner, 1780 SW 5th Street.
has received orders to report to
the Marina Barracks, US Naval
Gun Factory, Washington, DC,
to attend one of the top service
schools in the nation.
Orders are for attending the
US Naval School of Photographic
Interpretation to be held at the
Naval Receiving Station in Wash-
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Selection (or the School of
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after eliminations throughout the
1 Marine Corps since June, 1952.
The course is only opened to offi-
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lY, DECEMBER 19, 1952
|n Uanbautn
\4 ited Here
F. Danbaum, liquor firm
jrnt and owner of the Lord
frt Hotel in which the cere-
ps took place, recently was
|ded the George Washington
Citation for meritorious
ce to aid advancement of the
race.
_jibaum has been active in
[ affairs since coming to Mi-
|in 1944. He has contributed
|e United Negro and Carver
larship Funds and has aided
social and fund-raising ac-
es among Negroes.
Idoor Writers' Group
winter quarterly meeting
e Florida Outdoor Writers
fciation got underway at the
Colony, Marathon Shores,
Friday. Some 75 members of
Association are expected to
pate.
:h Taxpayers Expect
lal approval of the Miami
Taxpayers* Association's
nmendations for an upgrad-
council and police force
dighlighted at the organiza-
meeting Saturday morning
Monte Carlo Hotel.
SttJttBMte
*smm
kcrman Is
l.iinn.iii Of lli-lli
itlom Fund
hiud Beckcrman, of 765
50th Street, Miami Beach,
Of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
^een named honorary chair-
Df the Temple Beth Sholom
|irm Fund, according to an
jjneement by Leon J. Ell,
b'e president.
pi year, Becker gave a $2,500
oj Israel Bond as a capital
be fund for the expansion of
Sholom'g facilities,
ring the High Holy Days,
with the beginning of the
lie's Tenth Anniversary
Mrs, Beckerman presented
ktantial cash gift in addition,
pcourage the erection of a
panctuary,"
Temple Board subsequent-
|tab!ished a trust account so
gifts to the Building Fund
Ibc specifically allocated for
fcrection of a new House of
Ihip, Ell said.
Festival Of Lights Is Marked By Dairy
PAGE 7B
memorable struggles for freedom
of conscience ,s commemorated
in the Jewish holiday of Chan-
uka which ends this week.
The festival celebrates the vic-
tory of a handful of Judean sol-
diers led by Judas Maccabeus in
defense of their faith against the
Syrian tyrant, Antiochus Eoi-
phanes, more than 2,000 years
ago, about 165 B.C.
One of the jolliest holidays in
the Jewish calendar, it is cus-
tomarily marked with gift-giv-
ing, partying, games and gayety.
Through the years, other forms
of merriment have developed.
Riddles, charades and in some
countries, even street masques,
became part of the annual fes-
tivities.
In the new city 0f Tel Aviv,
in modern Israel, a picturesque
ceremony grew up around the
lighting of the candles. The
mayor lights the first candle, and
the Chanuka lamp is placed high
on the water tower of the city,
where it can be seen from miles
away. The school children form
long lines, each with a candle in
his hands, and march through
the streets. Many of the youth
also continue with their flaming
torches on a pilgrimage to the
nearby village of Modin, where
the family of the Maccabees had
lived.
As on all festal occasions, a-
mong all peoples, Chanuka is al-
so the time for serving sweet-
meats and other food goodies.
Pancakes, or latkes, are the
acknowledged characteristic dish
of the occasion, and particularly,
in recent times, potato pancakes.
Cheese dishes are also custom-
arily served.
These dairy dish traditions
have frequently been interpreted
as symbolic of the bravery of
Judith, a member of the family
of Maccabees, who single-handed
slew the Syrian General Holo-
fernes. When she set out on her
mission, Judith took with her
only dairy foods in order to a-
void eating non-kosher meat.
There are others who say that
pancakes grew into a Chanuka
tradition because they make the
perfect hot delicacy to top off a
Lm.T'S PaAV." C0ld wintrv nifiht.
Of the latter, there can be no
question, for it is as true today
as ever From the test kitchens
of I. Rokeach & Sons, Inc., come
these new recipes for the tradi-
tional dishes with a fresh twist
which should guarantee the suc-
cess of any modern day Chanuka
Kaity or of any party during
the year.
DREIDEL COOKIES
2 cups sifted, enriched flour
lA tsp salt
'4 cup all-purpose shortening
3 oz cream cheese
% cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla
V4 cup* thick sour cream
1 sq baking chocolate, melted
Mix and sift flour and salt.
Cream shortening and cream
cheese. Beat in sugar and vanilla.
Add dry ingredients alternately
with sour cream. Beat until well
blended.
Divide dough in half. Beat
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*Je*isti lhrrti.tr
FRIDAY.
^CEMBER
HEBREW ACADEMY PLANS ANNUAL Dili
Fruchtman Calls For Communal Support
Of Hebrew Academy 5th Annual Dinner
Charles Fruchtman, noted industrialist and prominent leader
of the Miami Jewish community, called upon the entire community
to give their overwhelming support to the Hebrew Academy, which
"is unquestionably the greatest bulwark and guaranty for an in-
telligent future generation of leaders in American Jewish life."
Charles Fruchtman, chairman of the Fifth Annual Dinner of
the Hebrew Academy, invited all------------------------------------------------"
residents and visitors in the[#* ^_ _x._
Greater Miami C area to attend!
Dr. Andron Calls For Full Mobiliza
A clarion call to leaders of all Jewlsh organ,
Miami to mobilize and to contribute their effort
Academy's Fifth Annual Dinner was issued here^t?
Adron. communal leader and academv Dreiiri,*, V *
this outstanding
event of the
1952-53 season
and to make the
response of the
community un-
animous.
"The Hebrew
Academy, '*
Charles Frucht-
Fruchtaan m a n declared,
"has captured my imagination ,
as no communal project of its j
kind in my lifetime. The results
in the training of young boys
and girls arc remarkable. I am
i \cited about it and I am proud
that there wen enough leaden
vision and courage to
found the Hel n w A .. lemy in
our midst and to devote them-
-i Ives t making it the
distinguished institution which
..is becon
Mr Fruchtman declared that
he would work untiringly to
i Fifth Annual Dinner
the .:.,..-: in Miami's history
: : ntinued co-
operation of every individual and
nization in .Miami and Miami
Beach.
Nati :. illj ::. .-. n I his phil-
itii m behalf of
thi United Jewish Appeal andj
Stati : Israel Bond Drive.
pyi a Quizmaster For
n nl r ill in communal ac-
Academy Panel
tres i I !n an i
'"il and a
Exi itive Com-
itti i
Bonds ol the ta iel G

Academy Pupils
The 1953 season in the Greater
Miami Jewish community will be
launched officially Sunday night,
January 4th, at the Miami Beach
Auditorium, when the Hebrew
Academy"s Fifth Annual Dinner
is held there.
Annually a social highlight of
the year, proceeds from the din-
ner will be used for the Scholar-
ship Fund for the academy
A special musical contata has
been written and composed for
the dinner. It will feature more
than 60 students of the Academy,
who will perform from the stage
of the auditorium.
Miss Edna Sachs, dramatics
director of the Academy, will
direct the cantata. Mrs Miriam
Donne: stag, director of musi-
cal education, will act as direc-
tor. Dr. David S. Andron wrote
the cantata
'"The Miami Beach Audit.irium
will be transformed into the
equivalent of any night club in
the country on January 4th."
Charles Fruchtman. Dinner chair-
man stated. "We shall enclose the
Auditorium so that the setting is
in keeping with the affair."
president.
Civic Leaders Play
Loyalty Luncheon
On Monday
"k H> bri '. Acad-
Wi men held a L tyalty
Luncheon on Monday afternoon
at the Hotel Good, launching the
final phase of then campaign for
the Pictorial Journal which will
accompany the Fifth Annual Din-
ner.
David Rosner. member of the
Academy's Board of Directors,
served as host. Mrs. B I. Binder
and Mrs. Samuel Ritter acted as
luncheon chairmen. Serving on
their committee were the Mes-
dames Herbert Cohen, Samuel
Cohen, Murray Deblingci, Harry
('..net, Harold S. Kaufman and
Louis Sussman.
Admission to the luncheon was
free to those women who brought |
S18 in Academy advertisements,
cither in sales or purchases.
Many of Greater Miami's lead-
vie, educational and relig-
ious leaders have been spending
their Sunday mornings serving as
is They have been par-
ticipating in a new weekly series.
The Hebrew Academv Quiz Kids.
; at 10:45 a.m.. Sundays over
ition W.M1E.
Among those who have al-
ready been on the program are
:- :iour B. Liebman. Judge
Harold B. Spaet. Shepard
Broad. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Dr.
Robert Littowitz, David Rubin-
. owitz. Dr. David S. Andron and
Rabbi David Shapiro.
The program features questions
on Hebrew and general litera-
ture, culture, laws and customs,
although the interrogations often
venture from the Quiz Kids' spe-
cialties.
It is a regular feature of Si-
mon Seiden's weekly program.
Dr. David Andron
"I call upon you to do your utmost to continue
institution which is forging and molding the lead T^
cause and movement in the American Jewish JI ^
told the organizational officials. **"*'
"Our present leaders must prepare for the leari.*. u
Our future leaders require a composite traSST "
blended knowledge, ability, cultural inteeraT h" "
standing and the inspiration of public responsib.lhr
"The Hebrew Academy," Dr. Andron said, "m a,h
tory of five years has won an incomparable and fnv,.
lion m the annals of American educational circl*?S*J
synthesis of American and secular training with im-
brew scholarship has added a dynomic chapter to ?\
education in the United States."
Dr. Andron asked "our leaders, our thinkers, cur ednJ
all members of the community to mobilize on behalfT?!
tinctive form of education of the Hebrew Academv %
the residents and the guests of Greater Miami to visit the.
and to observe for themselves one of the most unusual i
in cultural growth."
The Foundation of Letters Praise
American Democracy Hebrew Acade^
Is Theme 01 Journal
ABBA EBAN. Israels Am-
bassador to the United States,
paid special tribute \9 the ac-
complishments of Hebrew
Academy students on his visit
here last year.
Name Committee
Of Dinner Workers
With the Fifth Annual Dinner
drawing closer, Charles Frucht-
man. chairman, and his co-chair-
men and members of the Dinner
Committee this week redoubled
efforts to make this year's
affair the greatest in II-
Academy history.
Working with Fruchtman is a
committee that includes Isidore
Goldberg. Harry Genet, Solomon
Lobe). Kolman Luna. Jack Sat-
in. Harry Sirkin, Harry Koretzky,
David S. Andron. Paul Gross-
mger. Lewis M. Bacott, Hyman
Jablow. Matthew Silverstcin
Samuel Cohen, Sam Reinhard,
Samuel M. Grundwerg. Benja-
min Sherry, Samuel Ritter.
Charles Bender, Han.Id Shapiro,
Saul Genet, Martin Genet, Ben-
jamin Appel. Joseph Cohen. Irv-
ing Firtel. Joseph M. Rose. Jac-
ob Kaufman. Harold Turk.
Samuel C. Levenson, Dr. Irwin
Makovsky. Daniel M. Broad. Ab-
raham Mason. Harry Cohen, Bur-
nett Roth, B. I. Binder. Alexand-
er Kogan, David Shapiro, Irving
Cypen, Max Silverberg, Eli
Quain, David Levinson, Raymond
Again spearheading the Hebrew Academy Women's Pictorial
Journal Committee, is Mrs. David S. Andron. As chairman, she
promptly named Mrs. Samuel Cohen and Mrs. Roy Sitomer as
vice chairmen.
All three played a prominent role in making last year's journal
one of the most successful any organization has ever produced in
Florida.------------------------------
"The theme of this year's jour-
nal will be Jewish And Biblical
Culture The Foundation Of
American democracy." Mrs. An-
dron reported. She emphasized
that there is still plenty of time
for firms and individuals wishing
to place advertisements to obtain
space.
Working with Mrs. Andron,
Mrs. Cohen and Mrs. Sitomer
are 42 captains: Among them
are the- Mesdames H. Cohen. M.
Debllnger, M. Dubler. M. Fen-
ster. I Firtel, S. Fuchs, H. Ge-
net, I. Genet. C. Gertler, I.
Goldberg, A. Gross, S. Grund-
werg, D. Harrison, A. Lauer. J.
Katz, H. Kaufman, G. Kimmel,
A. Kogan, H. Koch, T. Landes-
man.
The Mesdames D. Levinson,
H. Leibman, A. Margel, I Ma-
kovsky, L. Makovsky, E. Pert-
noy. H. Reinhard, S. Reinhard.
R. Reich. E. Rosch, S. Ritter, M.
Rothenberg, R. Sakewitz, D.
Seid, G. Schifrin, J. Shapiro, I.
Spolter, J. Sussman. L. Suss-
man. J. Rackovsky, H. Teitel-
man and J. Zem. 1
The Hebrew Academy's Journal
unlike most others, la designed as
a keepsake, and each year, scores
of requests are made for addi-
tional copies. Every couple at-
Aeadvmm Uromptt
Are Vital Arm
Three of the most vital arms
of the Hebrew Academy are its
auxiliary organizationsthe He-
brew Academy Women, the Room
Mothers and the Fathers' Club.
Heading these- groups this year
are Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, Mrs.
Alexander Kogan and Irving Fir-
telall long active in the school's
affan s.
The Women have been spend-
ing most ot the Fall on their
major fund-raising project of the
year, the Pictorial Journal. The
Room Mothersserving as a form
of PTAhave highlighted their
activities with moves designed to
better community relations for
the school and better parent-
teacher-student relations.
The Fathers* Club recently
held its annual election, return-
ing Firtel to office and naming
George Kimmerl, Dr. Irwin Ma-
kovsky and Sidney Rubinowitz
as vice presidents. Dr. Harold
S. Kaufman. Aaron Lauer and
Isidore Spolter were named re-
cording, corresponding and fi-
nancial sec retaries. Frank
Bnckrnan is treasurer.
Vice presidents of the Hebrew
Academy Women are the Mes-
damea David S. Andron, Harry
Genet, Alexander Kogan. Samuel
tending this year's dinner will be Ritter, Roy Sitomer and Louis
presented with a free copy.
The last two Annual Journals
were awarded special priaM for
content, typography and general
appearance by printing as
UOIU
Rubin. Ben Zion Ginsburg. laf.
lore S>,her. ,;, K,mme,
Frank Brickman and Harry Hor-
Suaamaa. Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky
.-< i vi s as treasurer, and secre-
taries include the Mesdames Co-
hen. Aaron Sonntag, Jacob Katz,
Irving Firtel and Samuel Grund-
werg
This page, dedicated to the
Hebreu- Academy Annual Din-
ner, was prepared under the
direction of Dr. David Andron,
Academy president.
Letters of praise to tl
Miami Hebrew Acadeay
come from every section
world within the past j,
eluding salutations from
the State of Israel's leads}
lomats.
Moshe Sharett, Forei
ter to Israel, made a
inspection of the Hebret
amy last June and report*
"I am amazed t<> find suchii
ern Academy located so
New York and the other
tablished J. wish commt
America Sharett con'
Hebrew witii students if
grade <( the Acaderr.y. aN
ported that "Your Lnguafe
ity compares favorably
of student
Israel "
Am; AbbaS-fl
visited the Academy in
ber, 1951. paid a special
Academy students who
a musical program at a
ial dinner held in his
the Saxony Hotel.
"Academy students
night's affair a true U*
rael," the Ambassador sai
Eban. who accompanied
bassador to Miami Beach,
ed. "The Academy
touched my husband's!
deeply than any other
stowed upon him toni)
Professor A bran*
Fraenkel. world-famed
matician of the Hebrw
versity. wrote Rabbi
Gross that "You have
really astonishing rcsate
Academy students **
markablc knowledge
Bible, its commentary
history of Hebrew'"
other subji
Dr. Leo Jung. Pr"1
Ethics at YeshiW
Wl()te Rabbi Gross tW
Hebrew Academy **
moat distinguished ot |
day school., in this
combines loyal* to
with modernity.
and up-KH
ii*l
Unr*
Bmmeh AmdUmHmm Tr*n*U>rm<>d
QCl.WwiU 35 f J'"""v 4,h' ,n* M'' Beach Audi-
nlt^arran SU C!tt ^ The corn-
to assure eve?s ZTmZi "*T*~ dworation P,as
one hand. ,l(| ,^ "" *"* rm 0" Xhe
smaller c ub Iln,nlhjI*.?",- *'niul -nio.phere of a
the first .me"n ML n so larl, X2* L' Prbably
ample.room for danc ng ,n a ,nE i! fUnCt'"n- ,here wi" *
________ aancing on a spacious, smooth dance floor.
approach
afVedagofic techniq*
Dr. Robert ContoPj
Bible at Jewish Theoloj
inary and rVofe^J.
! guagc. their l0*'
comprehensn n of ne
first hand, was c r
joyous n>0Sr!L dev^
f.es to the skill andd
the entire staff-
warn


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1952
*Jew 1st Fkrkir,,
'17
hanuka Is A National Festival
PAGE 9 B
By SAMUEL PASNER
I The Jewish Festival of Lights
Lv be regarded not only in the
toed ;l n'ligious holiday but
fimarily as a great national fes-
|v:il. To sec the extent to which
lh;iunka is a national Jewish
Uiday, we may observe what
Jpp, in this connection in Is-
jcl There, ChanukS is a gigan-
tival of light for the Is-
clite.
\X.le streets, windows and bal-
L] are all brilliantly illumin-
|C(|. An imposing Menorah is
iblicly lit ceremoniously. The
Lssing is pronounced and fol-
L((l by a resounding Amen
Jom a vast multitude and a
Jjoiua of numerous voices sing-
Lg the Ma'oz Zur, followed by
focessiona and marches of thou-
[nds if men, women and chil-
rcn waving lit torches, candles
nd flashlights. A sea of flame
[companied by songs spreads
trough the atmophere.
[This celebration recalls vividly
\v trying times which brought
\\<\ xistence the first Chanuka
i iOO years ago. King An-
Iw'hu.- had determined to con-
u,i J rusalem and subjugate the
Death and destruction in
sh land did not soften tle
ran i : this despot. The repress-
ion finally resulted in open re-
oit c< mmeneing in the small
iwn Modin. There, the aged
West, Mattathias Maccabbee,
| his five heroic sons, |
ie standard of rebellion.!
lettathias himself, realizing the
imerical superiority of the
v. limited his activities to
berrilla warefare.
!: after he passed his hun-
(rcrith birthday, he still exhorted
\ to continue the fight
the tyrant. His son, Ju-
laii. appointed as a commander
l> father shortly before death
lad .-< aled his lips, decided to
|ag> ..n open battle against the
ijemj in the year 166 B.C. Vic-
ory i< : the Jews followed. An-
iochub was dismayed but not
|iscour;.ged. He despatched a
iige urmy, and again a pitched
attic followed a year later at
|eth-Zur,
The skill and determined de-
ration of the Jews to their
ause defeated the larger num-
ber of enemy troops. Short-
afttr wards, the Jewish war-
liors entered the Temple, the
|ates of which were burned,
mile the altars were covered
kith G:eek idols. Instantly, they
turned to the task of restoring
fcnd purifying the Temple. When
he task was completed, there
took place the first Chanuka. a.
word signifying dedication at the
Temple.
'I" the Jew, Chanuka, while re-
garded as one of the minor f<-st,-!
vas has also been a religious
holiday. The religious significance
became especially prominent with
the transmission of the recital .,t
a fascinating miraculous event |
We are told that on the first cha-
nuka day. a little jug of purified'
oil was finally discovered after
long, diligent search. The tiny
jug held enough oil to lust only
one night. To the surprise of the
high priest, this small amount of
oil burned -brightly for fully eight
days. To this very day, Jews re-
call the events associated with
this miraculous occurrance by
kindling the Chanuka lights for
eight days.
Chanuka has, besides, been a
festival in which Jewish heroes
and heroines have been extolled.
The heroes immortalized were
not only those who defeated the
hated despot but also martyrs
who courageously dared to defy
him. The war waged was a strug-
gle of right against might, a
flight for the very existence of
the Jewish religion. In this con-
nection. Congress Weekly of De-
cember 4. 1950, makes the follow-
ing statement in one of its ar-
ticles:
"Before the Maccabeans. Is-
rael had known enslavement and
expulsion, political and military
destruction, but not religious per-
secution." One of the Jewish
heroes of those times, whose
sainted memory is revered, is the
aged Eleazar described as having
preferred to suffer a slow, linger-
ing death through torture rather
than to partake of forbidden food.
We are also told the sad story of
Hanna, the mother who was com-
pelled to see her eight sons slain
singly before her very eyes for
then refusal to kneel before a
Greek idol.
' anuka has, besides, been a
great source of inspiration to
Jewish genius. The extent to
which Jewish art was given little
ri cognition may be seen in the
wet l lal in 1037, a book entitled
The Ails appeared, and that its
author, Hendrick Van Loon, de-
voted less than two pages out of
700 to a chapter entitled The
Jews. He, moreover, closed this
very short chapter by speaking of
the Jews as "a people who them-
selves had been completely with-
out art." Nevertheless, those who
visited the Chanuka exhibits dis-
played by the Jewish Museum in
the City of New York could not
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Je*lstncrkMa*i
Kaplan Named To
Head B'nai B'rith
Council Here
A. J. Kaplan, Miami Beach at-
torney, has been elected presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida for the year
1953, succeeding Sidney M. Aron-
ovitz.
Kaplan is past President of
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
and is an active civic leader.
Elected to serve with Kaplan
as officers of the B'nai B'rith
Council for the coming year, are:
vice presidents George J. Tal-
ianoff, now serving as president
of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, Leo Steinman, past presi-
dent of North Shore Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, and Lewis Sternshein,
past president of Tropical Lodge,
B'nai B'rith.
Others are recording secretary,
Manuel Lubel, secretary of Coral
Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith; fi-
nancial secretary. Marvin Rauzin,
treasurer of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith; and treasurer. Jack Kir-
schbaum, vice president of Fla-
mingo Lodge, Hialeah. B'nai
B'rith.
The B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida coordinates the
program and activities of the
ten B'nai B'rith Lodges in the
South Florida area, including
Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS H.:i:l.r.Y tllVEN that
the 11 mi. rsbrni I. desiring to i
business under th, flctll .- an.....i
HEi n 'l< s BAR \\'i> 'i:!l.i.. .,' :-'i
N. K at A\ enue, Mi no
laid nan f :'i ;he l rrk
of I'-.- i'. Pale Count)
Florida
ETTi >RE 'l-\ \\ riNI
BTErHEN P Kl SSl.KR
Atturne) for Appl cant
i s u said Avenue
2 '19-26
NOTICE UNC-R P'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE lo ........ui GIVEN i'->i
the undersigned, doalrlng to encase In
business under the fictitious name of
CLAIRE'S COFFEE .-.I"!'. .H 1440
Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intenda i" reglater aald name with
the i lerk of the Clrcall Court of Dade
County. Ftorida
CLAIRE P SII.VKltS
Sole hrntr
MARX M PABBR
Attorne) for Applicant
ui' Concreaa Hldg.
I.' 1-L'6 -12-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNO** FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE .........i GIVEN that
the undej alfnod, de.sirlnu to cucagc in
liuainea* under the flctitloua name .if
CAMPUS MUSIC MAltT. at 6*15
Ponce de Laon Blvd., Coral (Sable* *...
Pa intend to register amid name
Kith the Clerk Of the Circuit Court
of I;ide Countv. Florida
ROBERT KTRAHHB1m;
K.\ i lilll.V STRA8SBURG
II 1? 2S 1 2-9
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVkNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOfc COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. loS74-C
h ihn v dcuoan i iintiff
.1 v i: ... Dl'GGAN I
NOTICt toi PUBLICATION
I .I.\ BF i. Hl'lilIAN
I
l liattuuu,
vm v i: i: riEREBl NOTIFIED
thai Hill Con ,'!. mi i-i D
in. n .in i aaalnsl >ou in the
ibove in lea i and you aw
..ied in aarve cop) of
mi.-vm to the Ulll "' ''"
on I'lalnl n al I nJ IB* the
original in the ui. the Clerk of
i rcull "mil t "ii .......fore the
19th daj of J.i'i othei wins
.i Decree Pro Confess will be entered
against >mi.
riii- notice shall be publlahed once
each week f"i foui consecutive v/eejka
in THE JEWISH Kl.oltll'IAN
l>Hted .-it Miami, Florida, this llth
,t.,> ..r December, I::.-'
E II I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Coui t
iS. ..II
lt> II C OltEEN
Deputy Clerk
BERNARD S MANDI.EK
Attorney for Plalntlfl
M)l Ingrahum Building
Miami. I \oi lil.i
II l*-tt 1/2-9
LEGAL NOTICt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Ili-.HM'.i GIVEN tlut
the undersigned, desiring to engave m
under the flctitloua hama ot
PRIM prodccts COMPANY OF
MIAMI, at 27iO Went F-.agicr Sli.-.l
.'ii r.' .'i intend* to register
Die 0 i the Clel k of tl.
lilt Co in! '.,,.Mt K
J\i'K KoltoRovV. Applicant
MVRRS III IM.lN \ KAPLAN
- .i n,-is for Applicant
M I I
J2E5L22!*. is,
Ruth Brotman On TV
Program Thursday
Miss Ruth Brotman will be in-
terviewed on the Queen of
Clubs Program. Sin- will discuss
her recent trip t.> Israel.
A musician and critic who di-
vides her time between Miami
Beach and Canada, Miss Brotman
attended the new state's First
Annu.il Music Pestivated last
AlIRUSt
The program is scheduled for
Tuesday, December 23rd. 2:30
p.m., over television station
WTVJ.
____ LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HsJRKBl GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlntr to engage in
bualneaa under the flctitloua name of
BOULEVARD SERVICE .STATION,
at 944 Ills. a\ ne Blvd.. Miami, intends
to register laid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of l>ade County,
H i.inda.
BAM RoRRINS
STEPHEN F KE88LBR
Attorney for A|i|illc-int
I S W tfcld A V. II lie
12 I-M 1/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
t':,- undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
business under the fictitious I in.....I
UNION RECORD OP PUORIDA :
Pai il c Building, M ami, intend
recitei aald nam
the Circuit Court
.Ida
EDW IRD i:
AltTHI It I.
.
with the Clerk
"' "1"'- ''"""> OEORGR
TIERNET
BE<'KERM \N
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< "TICE is HEREBY GIVEN tluit
the ui. .. ralgni dealrina t.. encace in
I.'i-.n. ni.il.i the flctltloui name ..f
I'AUM HARBOR MOTEL, at 10040
W e-t ii ,\ Harbor I n ,\ Town -.f
Bay Harboi lalanda, Plorlda, Intend
to i.i;..i.i mid nam.- with the Clerk
the '"in uli Court of Dade O
i Ida
mii-ii vki. n M7PT
LEAH I.AVTON
KADlE I.AYTuN
KOYNRR MANNHEIMBR
Attoi in f... Applli .int-
Ii i.i' n Road
' Beach, Plorlda
l -' i u i : *
i
lutny.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
t le underalaned, dealrlrui to en
, :; indei the fl. tltlu i name of
la 'BERTS, al '."'.. Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, int. r. I- to reclater aald
name ,th the Clerk of the Circuit
i ...irt ..i Dade Co uiti P
,., ,^- VVN STEWART INC.
S EET a WOLP
Attorney* f,.r Applicant
1101 .s... ,ii it, i:ijk
12 I9-SC ]
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2024S-B
In He: ESTATE OF
AlKilJ-H A KNtlKI.. Deceased
Ti> All Creditors and All I'rraon* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against
Said Batata:
You. and each" of you. in* hereby
notified .in.l required to preeent any
ciaiui* and demand* which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of AlMiU'll A ENGEL, de-
ceased late of Dade County. 1-lorlda.
to the HonoMbla County Judge* of
Dade County, an.l file the same In
their office in the Countv Courthouae
in Dade County. Plorlda. within -ight
calendar month* from the date Of the
flrai publication hereof said claim*
..r demand.- t.. contain the legal ad
Iras* of the claimant and to mmra
to and presented il* aforesaid,
same will he barred.
Iate l'ecemher Ij A l I9&1
I.II.I.IAN ODZ
A- Admlnlatratlil Cum
I'i -tamento Antiexo of the
Pattate Of
AlH.l.lMl A BNOBL,
I 'eceaseil
TALIANOPr', BBy
Attorn.> f..i Administratrix
It !-:; i t-t
M
NOTICE UNOF.R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is in.hi ,.> tllVEN tluit
the undersigned, desiring to enssce In
si's'i'iV, '',''' ""' rictRtoua name of
SONDRA PASHIONS al Itl B K
...i tyenue, Miami. Plorlda, Intends
w reglater raid nam.. it|, the Clerk
< Ircult Court of Dada County.
MICHAEL ROSENTHAL
Bo e '\\ n#r
MARX M FA It Kit
Alt. rtlO) f..r Applicant
III ongrees Bldg
- I M I j-i.
-----------, AD
WOLPERT FEATURES
Xalitnuilh/ \tli list tl lirandm"
KROEHLER Living Room Furniture
GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances
SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs
' MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet
LANE Cedar Chests
CARRIER Air Conditioning
oZ^WOLPERT'S
Help You Make
Your House a Home
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY
No. 155263
DUNCAN A Mai CLURE
\*.
JIANITA DvZAMoKA .Mac 1.1UK
0 Okaia liavtriaon
Naval Base, South Carolina
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Po Juanlu DeZamora MacCJan
You .:. hereby n..tirid that a Bill
of i omplainl for Divorce has be*n
rile I agalnal you. and you are re-
quired to aarvo coin of your An*-
wei or Pleading to the mil of Cooi-
I 'l-i!!".1^'" ,n'" Plaintiff.- Attorney.
STEPHEN r KK.ssi.Klt. I s\v Itad
Avenue. Miami, and file the orig-
inal Answer or I'leadlng In the ..f-
fi.e oi the cierk of the Circuit Court
on or before the lsth day of January.
Let If you fail to do s... judgment
by default will be take,, agsJnM you
ror the rellel demanded ,,, the lull ,,f
< oinplHiut
This m. ||,-e shall he MbllalMd mice
each week for foul conaa utlvi week*
In TDK JEWISH PUORIDIAN
mi.NK AND tiUDERKD a, Mia.nl.
i iila. thla H.th day of De. .mil,, r.
K B L.BATHERMAN,
lei k, Circuit Coon,
1 lade i 'ount) Pan ids'
K ir. ii,t Court Seal i
By w.m w STOCKING
ii i.-M 1A7,"> ''"'
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MS Northeast I2l*t
EDGAR BOWEN
ARTHUR l.
,___. owner*
I'JHX 1 THOMAS
*,;:l'.:"A:'. A\r..- ,-"ral
:
HUI'PLY, at
Street, Miami.
register -aid
H1ESTAND
S3? '", ^""'^-'-''n-e slTppl,-
IN
TNHET'cfRrB,uTPUB,-,C*T'ON
_fc C'"CUIT CO (jRT
EVENTH JUDICIAL
FLORIDA tN AND
COUNTV. in
OF THE
CIRCUIT OF
, FOR DADE
No. fAAN"v-
KANTRt.w. Plaintiff
Mil.TON
fti
WOLPERT FURNITURE CO.
C ORAL WAY
lr ive points"
TO:

Hr.,kln. New Yr|,
y u '^e '^n
'"*%?& CJ^AfS
U the inn Qt
You are
uf Coiuiuaint
ntel agsln*t
K^^%Sia'fl7r.B,,,AflfOasv
W V BUB, HKIM v s 'Z"., A'" neys.
fnd f"e the original Anaw.r ".U1"'*1"'
'"a In the off*,. ,,'. An"w*r *'r I'lead-
<:ircult Court .m il, l*rk of ,h'
**> "f January t^ ^/W* 'I' ,h
do so. Judgmen, ?.v H V,"u '*" '
Wen ag-.J,.'?!,,,0,,,,.'''/.,?1' ,7'," a*
manded in the Hill ,. r*".*r d-
'"THE 5kW.S I V"^rTd!!VC. ""
a iTiiiM" ,0,h d->- <
SL2- '^THKItMAN.
11.JiK/r,r,u" Court,
(Ctarajlt Cou^^eV,';""1' n"r,d*
y wm. W BTOCKINa
MTERS. HE.'^N'VKip^N
in un'J", ,,,r ''lalntlff *AN
u? 8T>1S.1'1 """ding
Miami. Florida
H/ll-lt-M l/t
at Miami.
I mlier
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN ,'HUj,, t
No. 2921S-B
n, Re ESTATE op
OWEN CUNNINGHAM, Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All l'.r-.n- Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against
Bald Batata:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to preaent any
,'lalms and demand* which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate ..t OWEN CDNNINtJHAM. de-
i.-.i-i-.l late of Paaaalc County, New
Jersey, to the Hon. County Judge* of
Dole County, and file the aame In
their offices In the Countv Court-
houae in Dade County. Mo, Ida. within
eight calendar month* from the date
of the flrat publication hereof. Bald
.mi.* or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
lie aworn to and nreaented aa afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 110 of the 1133 Probate Act
Date December t. AD. Iii2
l%l LEON KAPLAN
A* An.-iiiaiv Administrator
c.t.a.
OWEN CUNNINGHAM.
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPDAN*"^'
Attorney* for Ancillary Administrator
M> Seyhotd Building
Miami. Ha.
.-' 12-IH-2* I/t
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155022
ARTHUR THOMAS MERRITT.
Plaintiff.
v.
MAR1 BOER MHHRITT.
Defendant
TO MARY 8EOBR MERRITT
1431 South Carolina Avenue. SK
\\a*hinuton. D. C.
You are notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce ha* been Mod a-
nainsi you. and you are hereby re-
<|,ilred to serve a copy of vour am-
arej to the Hill of Complaint on the
ulalntlff* attorney. DAVID A
PRANK, 40J Olympla Building. Miami.
Plorlda, and file the original answer
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court in and for Dad* County.
Court House, Miami. Florida, on or
before the :,th day of January, 153.
DATED :it Miami, llorlda. thin 5th
lay of December. \f.;
K i: LEATHKIUtAN.
C'erk of the Ci, cult Court
D.ule County. Florida
B) WM W. STtH'KINC,
Detiuty Clerk
CIKCC1T COURT REAL)
D win a FRANK
Vttorney for l'1-iintiff
l'IJ-l-2 l/j
knANetfr,'
MARTHA HAYDErf"
7%bW
I..U^CA^0N
ALBERT HATHEN
^ NOTICE o/ '
TO: ALBERT
' Hoyi HI .
kamai m,
,' oi a in-: i',,L.',rv
filed air^u.. '" llvoe.
Na
. York.
II*' Ii. en
agabM
cauai
y..u
m
yi*i
above entitle i ,
hereby require I I '">
your Answer t th IS!?*.* c"w"3
"'. ongin.il lhl. ,,,"'> nd|g
ed'^;;;-!';,;, -^ii^l
each,;eek"f:;r^u';::nrt"l",*.i
in THK JEWISH pi5S^L3al
">l-d at Mum V':AN
day of Deoembar, 1950 thls lat j

SS JiW***.
'or Plaintiff Ll
'""bi'm Building
Miami, Florida
H/S-12-19-2C
I'll U>T
Attorney*
HTOCKW,"
UL0T
NOTICE
NOTICE IS
the undersigned, desiring to, *
* HKRf;by GIVEN la,
bu*in. und.^'the'^u^'f*'*
OARDNAR Mt-LLOY ^yJW*,
!..'-EANiN'. 2MJ Sonthwi^rS'.
ml. Florida. Intend to '
?,m*r MS ,he <*
rt of Dade County. Ftail.
8. 1RWIN HFCKFP
EDWARD I. bbIfi
siif:iner a spiki.kk
A'.,or.n'y" for Applicant*
102 Roper Building
Miami. PU
ll/2 12/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (3IVEN that
the mi.I..'signed, (lesirine to engage In
bualneaa under the fictltlo-ia name of
UNITY F-l RNITIRE & CI.0TIIINO.
al ITS] N.W. 7th Street. Miami. Fla .
Intend to register aald name with the
Clark of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
PRANK KlTcllNKR
MAIRY ALTBRBON
UNITY PURNITURB CO..
an Illinois Co-I'artnershlp
....... H> Morrl* Ska toff, a Partner
SHELDON LBLCHUK
Attorney f.ir Applicants
H04 I g ra ha in Itldg
ll/n II :,-i2-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0UI
v_____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBT CIVKN tto J
the undersigned, desiring to ubsbsI
bu'n;,"tl""er the flctTtloui ium I
I. MIIJJiR urn.I, HtilSE .tjnit
Flagler Street. Miami intend, to ri
later aald name ith the 1 Itrk f 1
id COUrt "f D"d* ''""'"> rsr.1
berick, bhapiro a nuiD
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd
11/28 12/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslilng to engage In
business under the fl. tltlou* name of
.AK ,MAHI' "' 3001 r""l" Avenue.
Miami Beach. Florida, intend* to reg-
later said name with the Clerk of
the farcuit Conn of Dud
Florida.
MTLDRBD C
sole owner
\\ EINSTEIN, WEIN8TEIN
A WKIN8TEIN
Attorney* for Mildred C. C
1 it.ia.ea 1 /
tViunly.
cari.vi.f:
rlyle
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,]
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERr.
No. 1M29
BHELOON Ii BARu.N, Plaintiff
\*
Joan BARo.V. 11. :- i.i.n.t
To: JOAN IIARuN
ST I Peahlhe A'. -
Newark. New Ji-r.-ev
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ton, JOAN BARON, are htntf
notlfled that a Bill .,( I'otnpUlit afJ
Divorce ha* been filed axaiut ns, 1
and you are rei|in;e,| ., serve *cejfl
of your Answer or Pleading to at
BUI of Complaint un the
Attorney, HENRY srssKNlum
1041 Seybold Building. Miami, Fig-
iila. and file th. An>wfrg<
leading in th- office of the Clot
of the Circuit 1 ourt nn or brior tk '
29th day of IVcemher. 195!. If JU t
fall to do *n, Judemeiit bv default 1
l>e taken against you fur the rcU |
demanded in the BUI ul < ninplaint.
Iated thla 2Sth day of Novrrakf, 1
If SJ
f:. n leathermax,
Clerk. 1
Daile Ciiutit I- rid*
By: WM W STOCKING,
Deputy Cierk
HENRY NUSSFJnHAI >l
Attorney for Plaintiff
1041 Seybold Buililinx
Miami. Florida
12'S-l2-19-2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that
the undersigned. de*lrlnx to engage In
SJU'.'PSS'. "'"'''r ,hr fictitious name of
S Jv'V'J'.'s. K?HBR DBUCATBB-
SBN AND RF^TAI RANT, at 414 Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Beach. Intend to
n-Mlster iwid name with the Clerk of
th> t Ire
Morlda
HARRY L. ORI'BER
12/5-l2.,9.2 M-WOCA mUBKR
ult Court of Hole County.
NOTICE UNOCR PlCTiTIOUt
._, NAMK LAW
, Ti the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name 0$
iv t ui ",UTt*H (no' '"<). TS
io? J,."*l'r ,*i"-t. Miami. Plorlda,
i.rwJ" '"."'f "nld turn, with the
^o.I.^y",!&td.,^cui, ,,,,urt of D~u
KDVVARD HOROWITZ.
1RV1NC. CYPKN OW""
AttOTM] fr Owner
HO Lincoln Road
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, l
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY-
NO ISAM!
ROBERT ALEXANDER
BANNKIt.MAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
iHiKoTHY MARIAN
BANNERMAN. I'.r-iil..nt
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: DOROTHY MAItlAN .
BANNERMAN, .bfendnm
c/o Mack
7.'.4 Seventh Avenue
New York. Ns 1 "r*
You. IKIROTHY MARIAN
NERMAN. are hereby "'"'"' '"ij
Bill of Complaint for '"'L 5
been filed against you and J"' |
reijulred to serve a 1 *. "' ,( j
Answer or Pleadlist to is* 'J
Mint on the plaint.fr* **"%
MANMIMMhK,"
Unoolr
aad
ing
Circuit uui 1
day of December. 1.: FjSi
to do a... Judgment by f>gyJl,
be t.ken aaalnst you IJJ
demanded in the III .;.', 'J MjV
DAS-
Compl
KOVNKIt
oln Road. Miami I leach, fj" ,
file the origin.d Answer or "
In the office of th- i"* '"^
"ii C,^Tt Tr '""lS if r'" M'
a? Decemlier. I*'- ('.'Mi ^i
. Illtl
DONE AND ,"tl;KHKIf' v'v(mbe-.
Florida, "'- ,h ,lav ot No
this
28th day
"" E B. UtAYHEBJU*
Clerk. Circuit CojB
Dade County. PJanss
(Circuit Court Seal) ^^ }K
Deputy l'lrk
KOVNRR A MANNHBIMW
420 Uncoln Road
Miami Besrh. Plorlda
12/5-12-19-M
ATTEMTIOM ATTORNEYS!
COHPOHATiON BUT**
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
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r;--:?_-:: I ,r?_3'-v:-4,Ki?,J;g
DECEMBER 19. 1952
LEGAL ROTICE
=e n^i^ T,T,0U8
E |M HEREBY OIVEN that
MKtif'1. desiring to nnaite in
under the fictitious name of
| Sue [>RUtl COMPANY, at
wler St., Miami, F'la., intend
r\;l|l| name with the Clerk
|jivui> Court of I '.nir County,
RAY BBRRIN and
WALTER KAYE
5-lJ-ll
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
' NAME LAW
ty IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ratgncd, desiring to engage to
under the fictitious name nf
LETTER & 1'RINTINO CO..
l\V.-i Avenue, Miami Bench.
register said name with the
Tin- Circuit Court of Dude
fK1,:''"'" unrma Rubin
HAROLD RUIIIN
JACK RUBIN
(Owner!)
|l.' j-12-19_____________._____
ItICE TO CREDITORS
COUNTY JUDGE* COURT
YD FOR OADE COUNTY,
fcRIDA. IN PROBATB
T NO 2854-A
[ESTATE OK
IAN HORN, Deceased
. ..'rtltors and AH Persona
Claims or Demands Against
t.'i.il.-
Jnd each "f you, are hereby
and required to present any
Ind demands whirl) you, or
you, may have against the
NATHAN HORN, deceased
hade County, Florida, to the
y i:i,\NToN, County Judge.
County, and file the me
lo in the County Courthouse
County, Klorida, within eight
months from the date of
|t publication hereof. Said
demands to contain the
rr of the claimant and to
In and presented as afore-
Mme will be haired.
fremher 21th. A.D. I9..2.
I..ll:l llnUN and
OKIt IS HORN,
ItO) "f Ihe Last Will
.1 Testamenl of
IATIIAN Hiilt.N", DMMMd.
,\ MANN HELM Ell
for Executors

LEGAL NOTICE
Mg^jjflMHfciMi
PAGE 11 B
NOTICE UNDERFACTITIOUS
business under ,|,,. fi "Ki en*a*,: ln
ass? kKF5 rSaS
BKRJCK, BHAPIRtlTraiED WC-
ASfTSSa ", Appllcam '
410 Lincoln Road
11 .'38 i:v.-..12-l
NOT,CE ti2SL:$^i~
bu-toe~ under J21X2F..!*.
JOl MOTEL, at a
IMsrajne Boulevard
, Ictltlous name oi
at Boutbwesl Corner of
? re*tr-Mtemai!diC,|3a Mi*,''
Florida. '' '" eunty,
"anorw.'1'1.'- ''"'"': ATI, ,x.
i-WfSmm......,,,
ey. I Al I, b. UOLDBBBc, si: .
SHEINER & Sl'LELKIt *"'"',;"'>
ii.-."'"*' "."' AiM.lhant-
-Miami 32, Florida
11/28 1- ,o-12-l9
NOTICE
NOTICE
the undersigned
bltslncHM
NAMDfRLAF,!vCTIT,OUS
HEREBY OIVEN
desiring tn
ty, Klorida.
Attorney tar AnrtCurta
' Seybold Bids
it/it-ii.ji j/"
NOTICE
"N, FICTITIOUS
ihe undersigned,
IIVBN that
12 5-12-19-8
?'DNEY ABI'LER
JACK kinki:i,stkix
,NDSgrcT0VUNVvCEFLSOR?DUART
P.K HSTAT^,r-A
HARRY L. WII.KNSKY,
NOTl .? .N.IENTION To'mXkE
Ice under fictitious
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN tlutt
?dun. il, desiring to engage in
'he fictitious name of
SIN." "ii SERVICE. ;.l
! Street Miami. Klor-
fml- i" register said name
'l.rk nf the Circuit Court
unity. Florida
iiaiciiv sissixman
|m i brenner
I; Road

_ COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IND FOR DADE COUNTY,
lORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 28086 B
KST \'i i: 'K
|ls A liEI.US
[ ?. ased
^TICE TO CREDITORS
[ Credltoi ..nil All I'. i sons
oi Demands Against
t
;ii ... of you, ar.- hereby
land reuu red t.. pr.--.-ni any
gad -ii inands u bfch you, .r
you, ma) have against the
MoRltlfl A U ELLIS, de-
ll.....f Hade County, Florida,
mi County JinlReH ..f Bade
the same In theli
c utii-. i'ourthouse in
Florida, within elfhl
from tin- date .>i
' I' Iblii i..... Ii.-i eof Said
.ii Is !.. contain the
lien, ni ii. claimant an.l to
presented as afore-
II be barred See
J ,'- i. 1933 Probata Act
Pven 24, A 1>. I9M,
v s .;i:i.l.is.
of the uaal Will
nt of
nonius \ .;i:i.i.is.
I >.-i-.-:i-..'l.
^Ol K
!:..-. iit..r
, iiulldlns
IH'.i III.i
[ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
" is HEREBY (IIVKN that
rained, desirlns to ensau I In
under the fictillous name of
lAR. at t| 41st street.
eh. intends to register xald
ih the Clerk of the Circuit
I'.i.l. county, Florida.
,, ^'jARNKTT CARVIN
APPLICATION FOR
DISCHARGE
N'-Tlci-: is hereby she,
filed my final report and
FINAL
Ihat I have
petition for
r'CE L,.NOER FICTITIOUS
I.,, .NAME LAW
|E IS IIKltKIlY GIVEN that
mill., ,,. f|,.,|llouB namr of
art.ASi. PSi <,,,ln" ''-
[ KMK FOOD CL.ITB
it 21- s MDml Avenue. Ml-
c .1 ',**" ld name
' lerk of the Circuit Court
County, Florida
~ HERMANN
'SEPH BERMANN
* ] lili:i'MAN
'BlSi.A"PUcBU
fw^IVUDOE-S COURT
L0Rin?R DADE COUNTY,
F-ORIDA. in PROBATE.
rN bchwartz
t*76 OF-FLOBi'daT""'*-
i F*'f'vn,; .'NTK,,,-:sTK" lv
lxr' "I BATD DECBD-
Lta'.trun- n",ifi-'' "<
r"' Will I'lirporllnK SO be
pi has | ''-'ament of said
1 i-ou- 'dmltted to probate
"S B 1...W1.IN.;.
/-l!-l
Final Discharge as AdminUtratrlx of
111- estate ..I IIMtltV I. WII.KNSKY
de< eased, and that ,,n the i".(h ,|.,v
of De.eml.er, ||.V... | lM h
Honorable W t: BLANTOS. County
ludae of n.d.- Countv, Florida for
approval of said final report and for
I nai discharge as Admlnlstratrls of
the F.state of HAUIlV |, wu.KN.
sk ), deceased
Tins 241! day of November 1152
MARY B. WII.KNSKY
Administratrix of the
Estate ..t
HARRY I. wii.knskv.
RICHARD KRIEOER kink"^"'
Attorney f,,, the Estate of
Harry l. Wllensky,
11/2K I2/5-1S-19
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA
No 27222
RE: ESTATE OF
JACOB M SEIDENBERO,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
notice is hereb) given that we
have filed final report and petition
for Final Discharge u Co-Executors
ol tbe estate .. JACOB M. SEIDBN-
BERG, deceased; and that on the
tSrd day ..f December, 1952, we will
appl) to the Honorabls \v K BLAN-
ton. County Judge "f Dade County,
F'l.....I.i. for approval of said final
repi.it and for final rtl hargs ..s said
Co-Executor* ..f the Estate of JACOB
M BKIDENBERG, dei eased
This 1Mb day of November, 1952,
BKI'.VHA KAl'FMAN
is \ \c jofff:
''..- Exei ltoru
isaai- ii iFFK
Attorae) f'.i Executors
II U II ".-12-19
IN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ""
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVBN that
ihe undersigned, deslrln, te ..naa n,
DAVID
Attorne)
lioRINf!
Mil.I.Kit
RAYMOND
CHARI.Ks K
DlilCKKI:
3ff^fcWrR*.....
JW Ingraham Rldg
Miami, Kla.
3/13-19-16 12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v. -,-, ,. NAME LAVV
,. N''' V IS IIKltKIlY (ilVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Kau"i '['It",'hl- Jtetlllous name "f
. 'A;\l. FAIR RtTBBER I'm .DUCTS,
I).,!. 'c '!T:'\T .fou'evard, Miami,
de oiinty. Florida. Intends to res-
""'r ..... name with the Clerk
the circuit Courl of Dade
Florida,
of
County,
STANLEY JOELLSnZEELLER-
Attorney for LoulsTeller
li'n I.me.in Road
Miami Beach, F'la
' 19-26
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 29120 B
In Id- ESTATE UF"
1.11| IS liKKKKS. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi
Having claim.-, or Demands Agalnsi
. Saul Estate:
Y.ni, and each of you, are hereb)
notified and required p. present an)
claims and demand- Which you, .
either of you, may have agalnsi the
estate of LOl'lS i:i-:i-:itl-:s, deceased
late of Da.lc County, Florida, t.. the
Hon. W F". BLANTON, County Judge
of Dade County, and file the sain. In
his office in the Uount) Courthouse
in Hade County, Florida, within elghj
calendar months fr.nn the dale ..( the
first publication hereof Bald claims
or demands i" contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as afore-
*ahl. or same will he barred. See
Section 120 of the lM:'. Probate A i
Dale November 20th. AD. 1*51.
FANNIE BEERE8
As Executrix ol the Last Will
and Te.-la men I oi
I/H'is iii:i-:i:i:s. Deceased.
ISAAC JOFFE
Attoruei for Executrix
Inin C.iscayiie liiiildinx
MJaml. Klorida
If? it IS/S-12-I9
, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 155012
MARY D. Kli.ii'Cis. Plaintiff,
vs,
jack n.Kii.iccis, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JACK D.I-II.ICI'IS
Residence I'nknown
Yo JACK D-Kii.iccis. are hereby
notified that a Bill "f Complaint for
Divorce h.c- been filed against you,
and you are required lo serve a cony
of your Answer or Pleading lo Ihe
Bill of Complaint on the plnutitf's
Attorney, GEOROB .1 TAUANOF'F,
120 I.ni. ..in Road, Mi .mi Beach, Flor-
ida, and file tl.....rlginal Answer or
[leading in the office of the Cleric of
the Circuit Courl on or before the
5th day of January, 1953. if \..'i (all
in do so, Judgment by default will
be taken agalnsi you fur the relief
demanded in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for f..in- conseeutlve weeks
TBE JEWISH Kl.cKII'lAN
AND ORDERED .it Miami.
this 'tli day of December,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
IlIr.D* iil?l?J&1-CIRCUITrOF
WUNT ,.ej,;^; KStif,
vs.
WILLIAM MA1RICK LaXUBSE,
-,,.. ___ Defendant.
-r. ,.?,U,'T F0R DIVORCE
1C Manhattan Avenue
v ..*. V,rk' New York
are"'h r ."''''AV, MAURICS I*JIIF;Z.
are hereby notlfb-d that a Hill of
SaSjWL1*: "r^ been "He'd
sf,v" ><"1, a.'"' -vou are required to
htr u. h'|,Vu'oV"i"' A",fl' r Plead.
Zn.iff- i.T"" "' ""I'laint on the
i vAS',." Attorney. OEOROE J TAL-
i sKF,-, 42" "noln Road, Miami
Answei or Pleading In the office of
the I lerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 5th day of January, T'i.v;
liu?"JS." ,'" "",s"' JutomSPby dS
,'"',- I'", 'T t:,k'-" ftaal you for
com/.laiTiI ,k"l;"""-" "' lil11 <>'
XkLJS'S8 ".ha" '" Published once
', THc,'ku'r-,''.,|'!r.,'"n,"'n,,iv' *
-l2SH ^JPB Miami,
Florida, ihl-
A 11 ttS,
B, Ii.
rd day of Dec.-mli.
LEATHKRMAX,
i l.rk. Circuit Courl.
,.,,__ P*de County, Florida.
(< ir.uit Court Seal)
By It. H. RICE. JR.
.-,., .. Deputy Clerk.
OEOROE J. TALIANOI'F
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Ileach, Florida
12/S-I1-19-H
i 'i i.\i:
Florida,
A.D. 193:
K. B LEATHERMAX,
Clerk, circuit Curt.
Dad.- County, Florida.
(Circuit Conn Real)
B R, II RICE, JR.
Depulv Clerk,
QEOROE .1 TAUANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12 12-19-28 1 !
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANOERY
No 154810
HOWARD I SCAHEY. Plaintiff,
HFrrii U. sparey. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: MRS BETH M. BPARE1
7146 Fay Street
I.i Yolla
CALIFORNIA
You, BETH M SPAREY, are hereby,
notified that a Bill of Complaint has,
I, en filed against you. and you are.
required to serve a copy of >"J
Answer or Pleading to Ow BUI of
Ci.inplalni on the PlxJutlfTs Attor-
ney^ CINE ft TAYLOR -
Olyrapia Building, Mtaml -. ',;1"1-,1-
and flic tl.....rlginal Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of t
Organ Court on or before the
day1 r Decembor, 1952. If v;
JudKinenl by deUult
taken agalnsi you foi i
manded in
riiis nolle
each we.-k f.'i four '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 154997
MATILDA 0ATAN1O, Plaintiff,
\ s
JACK UATANIO, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: jack OATANIO
1(01 I'nlverslt) Avenue
New York Clly, New York
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE thai suit
for divorce has I., .-ii brought aisainst
you In the above styled court and you
an required to file your Answer with
the Clerk nf said Court and serve
copy thereof on the plaintiffs At-
torney, JOSEPH PARDO, 914 Seybold
Bldg Miami. F'la on or before Jan-
uary Bth, 1HM. or De.-ree pro Cun-
lesso Will be entered against you
Dated: December 6, 19">2.
K I!. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(CIRCl'IT COURT SEAL)
By M c. ORREN,
Deput] Clerk
12 11-19-H i I
-TtlS CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
. NO. 1549S*
CLAIRE OREBN8PAN, Plaintiff
vs.
DAV.'.UJ: BBBN8PAN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: David GREENSPAN
21111 Boltpn Street
Bronx 60, New York.
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed attains! vou in the
above entitled cause and vou are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before
the 12th day of January, 1953, other-
wise a Dei lee Pro Confess.. Will be
entered agalnsi von.
This notice shall !* published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
Dat.d at Miami. Florida, ilii- lili
da) ni I'. c.-mlier, 1952.
K B LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court
By WM \v EfTOCKINO,
Deputy clerk
CAI.I.iiT. SILVER A Mll.l.oY
Attorneys foi Plaintiff
s4 Ingraham Building
Miami. Klorida.
12/12-19-26 1/2
L.N JCIUI CIRCUIT COURT QF THE
iLlKS,^S ^D'CIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY -
' No. 155056
NADINE JOHNSON. I'laintlll.
OB2Sfeis?I^OJi Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OFXiROE F". JOHNSON
R d. m
Monaea, Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of < omplaint for Divorce has been
riled against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your ans-
wer lo the BUI of Complaint on Plain-
tiff s attorney, I. R. MAYERS. 507
( OMreba Building, Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer In the
office of ihe Clerk of ihe Circuit Court
on or before the 12th day of January,
1.I..3. otherwise said cause will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 9th
day of December. 19r."
E. B. LBATHBRMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Courl
i:> WM. w. stocking:
Deputy Clerk
I. R. MAYEHS
Attorney for Plaintiff
507 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
12/12-18-26 1'2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 154962
ELISE MAYEH. Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT SIDNEY MAYER,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MR. ROBERT SIDNEY MAYER
6931) South Sh..re Drive
Chicago, Illinois
You ar required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, and to file the original ans-
wer In the office of the Clerk of th.-
Clrcult Court on or before the "th day
of January. IKS; otherwise the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
DATF:D at Miami. Florida, this 4tb
day of December, I|i52.
K B LBATHBRMAN.
Clerk nt the Circuit Coui t
(Seal)
By: M C GREEN.
Deputy i'l.rk
MHHAEL M. ISENBERQ
Attorney f..r Plaintiff
Ha" Blaoayne Building
Miami. Florida
12/12-19-26 1/2
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 29102-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACK A. ABLIN, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sai.l
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 jack a. ablin. deceased
late Of Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
fice in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, Within eight calen-
dar months fr..... the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date De.eml.er .1. A.D. 1952.
FAY ABLIN
OEOROE .1. TALIANOFF
LB" INARD ABESS
As Executors "f the Last
Will and Testament of
jack A, Ai:r.iN. Deceased
QEOROE .1. TALIANOIE
Attorne) for Ex.-i-ulors
42 1 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. I'la.
12/12-19-26 I 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
business under the fictitious name of
STERN BROS., at 9851 Byron Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with in.- cleric of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count),
l- lorida.
DANIEL STERN
s.iii- Propi
OEOROE .1 TALI \N"I'I-
Attorney for Petltlonei
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12/12-19-26 ill
IN
ul.
. "i!.< I
Mts
fall I"
will I"'
relief. .....
the Bill of arii>lalnl
,. shall be published once
f,.ur i oti-.-.-uin.
, Y-ni: ..I wish l U'Rini *.N
DONE VNI> i.l'.l'i i:> '' Ml
F'lorlda. this 26ih day of N
V VJ" E B LEATHERM ^N
Clerk, Cln uit 'ui'
Dad.- county, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal! ,......
Hv M. C GlU.EV
l>epnt) Clerk
IMNE ft TAYI-OR
Attorne) for Plaintiff
6U-616 Olympu) l.uililu g
Miami 52. Florida
By: IDchard ti." Taylor
iim is/$-n-i
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28240 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
MVXIM I1F:RSH|.,\, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ...
Ymi and enrh of you. are hereb)
notified ami required to present any
Al,d demands which you,
.f vou, may have against the
Of MAXIM HERSHEY, de-
late nf Dade County. Florida,
' PRANK II DOWU.NO,
ludge of Did' ount). and
,,.- in his office in the
, ...,ti,,..isc In Dad. ount),
Florida, within eight calendar months
r..,i ii.- dote of the flrst PUbMcalloa
,,.,,'i'f Said claims oi demands lo
,i legal address of the cialm-
.,,,, .....i ,,, be -norn
"'a'fo'reeild -. m. will h
I.....ml.. VI' ''V,
. RITRNETT BOTH
., Executor of the Last \m
in.i Testament of
MAXIM I1KKSH1\.
either
I the
Count)

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155041
I.ETTIE D. OAl'ODANNO. Plaintiff
OAETANO XV CAI'ODANNO.
I.iXcndant
TO. C.AETAXO \V CAPODANNO
Residence I'nknown
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vou, OAETANO W CAPODANNO.
nre hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
.Heading to the Bill of Complnint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY
MSSKNBAl'M. 1041 Seybold Build-
ing. Miami. Klorida. anil file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the Of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the Dth day of January.
1953. If vou fail to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against yon
for the relief demanded In the Bill
of Complaint.
Dated this Sill day of December.
1952.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
No. 22272
In Re: ESTATE OF'
MAX Dl'lll,ER. D......ased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final report as Administrator
of the Estate of Max Dubler. deceas-
ed: that 1 have filed my Petition for
Final Discharge: and that I will apply
to one of the Judges of the County
Judge's Court, Dad.- County, Florida,
on the nth day of December. 1IM, f"i
Ihe approval Of Ihe Mine and for final
discharge as Administrator of the Es-
tate of Max Dubler, deceased.
Dated this 19th day of November.
A 1>. 1952.
Al.BICIlT Dl'BLER, Administrator
WILLIAM I'M,LOT
Attorney for Administrator
S04 Ingraham Building
Miami, F'lorlda
11/28 12,T.-12-19_____
E. B LBATHBRMAN ,
Clerk, circuit Court.
I lade County. Florida
B) WM. W STOCKING
I Ii put v Clerk
HENRY NI -SSENBACM
All..in.> for Plaintiff
utii Seybold Building
Miami. Plorlds
IS IJ-I9.M l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DELTA TILE CO.. at 2160 S. W. 1 .th
Street, Miami, intend to resist.:-
said name with the Clerk of the I li-
cuil Court of Dade County. Florida.
uii -ou QEOROE BOO AN
MANUEL BRODER
SEYMOUR A. GOPMAN
Attorney for Applicants
T.\:. Lincoln Ib.ail
12/12-19-26 1/2
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Tksi Javwtah Florldkm ao-
Bottl Tour legal notice*.
W cuvictat yom
patronage, and fjuarak-
Im accurate) Barrio* at
l#aal rates*. Phone 2-1141
let messenger service.
i',-. ised
tOTII AND FABER
\lt..rneys for Estate of
Maxim Ilershey
11! Congress Building
Mbimi. Florida
12/lS-ie-M V*
SEITLIN S COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
1* N. K. Ind ST. MIAMI It. FLA.
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