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The Jewish Floridian ( December 26, 1952 )

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^wiisltUEIIiDipidliiaup Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ILUME 26—Number 52 en -G MIAMI, fLUHIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMRFR 9fi igw PRICE: TEN CENTS urion Forms New Coalition |xposition Will Feature Israeli-Made Products liami will be the second city, Ihc nation to view the fruits | brat 1 'a current drive toward bomic independence when the I \ position opens here on day afternoon, December 28th. bcal point of the Exposition is ew York, where residents have \i-iting the display at Rocke% r ("enter for the past few lth> Greater Miami is the first of the Exposition's coming lonunle tour. elebrities of stage and screen be on hand to inaugurate the c opening Sunday, 4 p.m., at Washington Avenue. Some I feet of frontage on the Avenue he site of the building in which (Exposition will be housed here, %  geraton and Israel inanufacbd and assembled in Israel have brought together for display ttraetive, movable walls and fclass show cases. tides ranging from a KaiserUser automobile, with its Heir-lettered insignia, to Philco erators and Israelimanufacbd telephones constitute the %  erous items. she opening of the Israel Exlition will bring to the entire nmunity a dramatic panorama fruits of years of dreaming. and building the State of %  el. according to Joseph Chernprominent business and compna! leader, who has been nam-1 chairman of the Exposition! hnmittee. The Exposition here j sponsored by the Greater Miami kmittee for Israel Bonds which 1 headed by Joseph M. Rose. A Ifcial platform will be erected I the opening ceremonies for an ltdoor inaugural program. lAmong the leading personalities po will participate in the anaughtion of the Israel Exposition 111 be Abraham Dor, chief enhwr of the Israel Mining CorIration and supervisor of the first nations in the mining of copper Israel since the days of King llomon. lAdmission to the Israel Expolion will be 25 cents, and the Iblic will be able to view the pre-than 1.500 products oflsrael %  day through Thursday £rom 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., and Saturday evening from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. It will be closed Friday and during the day on Saturday. "When you visit the Israel Exposition." Cherner declared, "you are in effect visiting Israel, itself, and seeing with your own eyes the miraculous progress it has made in developing its industry and economy. You will also see how the proceeds of the Israel Bond Issue are making it possible for Israel to undertake new projects that will increase its export trade and maKc it a strong and free democracy in a matter of a few years." Cabinet Includes Mapai, General Zionists, Progressive Elements; Prime Minister Invites Orthodox To Join ni E US ^ IJ: M —The United Nations General Assembly will adjourn its current session this Tuesday until February with the Palestine issue no longer scheduled for discussion until the eighth regular session of the General Assembly at the end of next year. Israel notified the United Nations this week-end that it is withdrawing the Palestine item it had placed on the agenda as a counter-complaint against the Arab nations. The Israel complaint accused the I ta i|{ Arabs of violating the UN Charter and the armistice agreement with Israel. It would have come up for discussion after the Assembly's recess in February. However, after the Assembly's failure last Thursday to adopt the resolution sponsored by eight neutral powers proposing direct Arab-Israel peace talks. Ambassador Abba Eban, chief of the Israel delegation at the UN, declared that Israel would supported by Israel and bitterly opposed by the Arabs— failed to obtain the two-thirds majority vote needed for final adoption by the General Assembly, although the same resolution had been adopted a few days earlier by the UN Special Political Committee. The resolution was supported at the Assembly by the United States, Britain, France and the other Western Powers, but was opposed by the Soviet Bloc. tnc UN. ueoareu tnai %  wu.. %  -— -"— take her complaints to other Unit-! the Arab countries and some Latin ed Nations organs presumably American states Nations the Arab-Israeli Mixed Armistice Commissions or to the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission. The eight-power resolution calling for direct Arab-Israel peace m %  ^ JK| The will be housed on Jael Exposition, which open. Sunday at I pm. wM g> n n ationw rde torn. Stage and ^mgton Avenue. Miami is the first stop o f the "P 081 0 -~jron Avenue. Miami is tne nrsi mu V %  -~ ~^' mmrmt t ma *Nn cebjbritis. wiM be pweent at the inaug uration ceremon.es. Israel Disappointed Although disappointed with the fact that the General Assembly failed to adopt the resolution advocating direct Arab-Israel peace talks, the Israel delegation at the United Nations drew some consolation from the Assembly developments. Ambassador Eban cited the following facts: 1. The Arabs had initiated the Palestine issue in the General Assembly. Their complaints had been thoroughly aired and had been dismissed by the General Assembly which had refused to act in any way on their complaints. 2. The General Assembly and the Political Committee had rejected attempts to have past resolutions on Palestine reaffirmed. Specifically, it had rejected the \rab demand to this effect and !he General Assembly had rejected the Philippine amendment which would have made the pasl UN resolutions the basis of direct Arab-Israel negotiations. On the other hand, however, the Assembly failed to take any formal action to bring about direct negotiations although a majority had favored such action. program, the major bones of contention between the Orthodox group on one hand and the General Zionists and the Mapai on the other is the proposed amalgamation of the various party educational systems and the mobilization of women for national service. At a meeting of the General Zionist central council, it was decided to name the following to Ministerial posts: Dr. Peretz, Bernstein, Minister of Trade and Industry; Israel Rokach, Minister of Interior; Joseph Saphir, Minister of Communications; and Joseph Serlin. Minister of Health. The Progressives have decided to name Dr. Pinchas Rosen as candidate for the Justice portfolio. Meanwhile. Israel welcomed the prospect of a stable national government—the strongest in its history—as a result of agreement between the Mapai and General Zionist Parties—the two largest in Parliament— under which the General Zionists enter a new coalition administration. The eleven-point agreement ratified by both parties was signed at the home of Premier David BenGurion. The new coalition will give the government the largest and most secure majority it has enjoyed in the Knesset in a long time. The two parties together control 73 of the 120 votes in the house or 12 more than the required majority. There was considerable give and take in the Mapai-General Zionist negotiations which was reflected in the 11 points of policy finally agreed upon and signed. Jessel And Morse At Kick-Off George Jessel, one of America's great showmen and after-dinner speakers, and Senator Wayne Morse of Oregon, will headline the program at the Initial Gifts Dinner launching the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal on January 11th, it has been announced by Jacob Sher, Initial Gifts chairman. The gala social event will be held in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel. Jessel, who has just returned from an intensive visit to Israel, expressed a desire to participate in the major kick-off function of the Appeal when he learned the evenwould be dedicated to the memory of Jack A. Ablin, prominent philanthropic worker who had been slated to head the 1953 campaign. Campaign Chairman Howard Kane hailed the Initial Gifts program as one of the outstanding social events in the history of the Greater Miami Jewish community. "We expect all records of generosity to be exceeded on the evening of January 11th, when we raise the curtain on this year's Appear," Kane stated. "Through the funds raised in our annual Combined Jewish Appeal, we will supply food, clothing, medical supplies and housing to these courageous settlers in Israel. •'



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PAGE 2 A +Jewist ncrktian FRIDAY, Weizmann Tribute Set For Sunday Greater Miami Jewry will join with Jews the world over in ushering in the Weizmann Memorial Tribute inaugurated by the Jewish National Fund. The Memorial Tribute, which is open to the pub lie, will be held on Sunday evening, 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Leon J. Ell will preside and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president of the JNF of Greater Miami, will Junior Hiulassah D p' s Must File If fair Sunday The Miami I'nit of Junior Ha dassah will sponsor a dance on Sunday. 9 p.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel, according to Elaine Sch wartzman. president. Theme of the dance will be Holiday Highlights. Entertainment and contests will be an added feature of the dance. Proceeds are for Meier Shfeyah. the children's village in Israel supported and maintained by Junior Hadassah. In charge of arrangements are Janet Sklow. Wilma Shulman. Ruth Dixon. Pat Pearl, Delores Pearl, Mariana Klibanow. Annette Levitt Elaine Schwartzman, JoAnn Shier and Elaine Sachs. Mendel Fisher open the proceedings Rabbi Irv ing Lehrman will give (he invoca tion Other important leaden and Rabbis in the community will participate HI tin' exercises l h. program will include an ad riro^ oi tribute bj Mendel N Fish er. national executive director <>l JNF in New York who has been among the leadership ol the Zion ist Organization of America and who served for man) years on the World Zionist Actions Committee Fisher waa closel) associated with Dr. Chain) Weizmann and the inner circle ol the Zionist movement for over ;i quarter <>f • century. B'nai B nth Youth To Convene Here Guest speaker for the Convention Banquet of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization ischeduled to be held on Monday evening. I)e comber 29th. at at the Colon) Restaurant, will hfl Vice Mayor Burnett Roth of Miami Bench Mr, Roth will %  d dresa 3 00 youths who are in Greater Miami represent inp B'nai B'rith youi h chapten throughout Florida ctirrentlv con immigrant Report All Displaced Persons who arrived in the United States on or after January 1. 1951. are to complete Form DPC 12. Semi-Annual | Report of Immigrant Displaced Persons, according to an announcement this week by the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women The forms may bo secured at the office of Council. 135 NW 3rd Avenue, or at the local office of Immigration and Naturalization Service. 3915 Biscayne Boulevard. A total of four of these forms must be completed by Displaced Persons for each family unit duriiif the first two years of their residence in the I'nited States, Council officials said here. 2CEMJQJ 8.1*1 Loral Hrantlris U ,..,.„ #; PO T77r T f iiWflfl rVem at] '#*-.-.. jj W "P • To MntttaU \ruOttirrrn The first semi-annual meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter. National Women's Committee for Brandeis University. N will be held on January '"I' at the Algiers Hotel. New officers and Board members will be installed at the meeting. Taking office as president will be Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. Harold Turk, former presi The ,'ne Program will in „, J 1 Sketch Book. STjf 1sity Show. 'scheduS'^l rch r C Un,Vi JJj G st„ tional president?,,^ AeHi> n ented at the Dad. <• torium n March r C Unl > cording to u. "V! 1 ? 8ro P.i gram chairman ***** il llaibbi Sirsk> S|M'-iks At Forum Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. spiritual leader of the Beth El Congregation, will be guest speaker at the weekly meeting of Dor Yiddisher Forum tomorrow evening in the Kneseth Israel Congregation. Subject of Rabbi Swirsky s talk is scheduled as: The Jewish Concept Of Art. An open discussion will follow and Mrs. Rohbins. S| Brandeis diversity M •d ta Waitham, M as l" four years g0 as the 53 sponsored noneectariw Jl in America. R, firsl JJ graduated thia pas, j une tional U omen's Co^*' Brandeis University, w h ch twice a year, was org^ the purpose of supportingZ. versity library. It has Tolianoff eluding foui days of deliberation concerned with the various aspect! ol their organization. Toastmaster will ixMilton A Friedman, national youth commis sioper from District No 5. B'na B'rith, and Miami attorney. Othe: prominent B'nai B'rith and com munlt) leaderin attendance wi include George Talianoff. nationa commissioner of the B'nai B'riti Anti Defamation Ix-ague: Mrs. A Frank Wellins, chairman. Southen .Cantor Moshe Kusevitsky, who Area B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza Levy Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Maur ice Levy, formerly of 3781 NW 12th Terrace, will take place Sun-1 Nathan Strauss and Harold Thur Mrs. Harold Turk Honorary President dent, will become honorary" president. Other officers are the Mesdames Aaron Farr. Emanue! Goldstrich. Robert Green. Alexander Robbins, Mnco grown to four chairs In he Huma^ Wtrll. Nominating committee ( group includes the MesdanwJI ns J. Goldin. chairman SjH Aronovitz. Meyer A. Baskin liam Bernstein. Jean C. LcfeasJ Max Schwartz and Carl W f ORKIN will render the musical portion of the program, Is beat known as the Warsaw Cantor An outstanding tenor, he has been acclaimed bj leading music critics the world over. Ell said here early this week The JNF. in establishing the Weizmann Memorial to be known as the Yaar Nassi — the Weizmann For. si affords Jews e*, tion. who will install new officer of the Florida Region. B'nai Brit! Girls; and Mrs. Ida Optner. vie. president of District No 5 Worn in Grand Lodge, representing tlv Hillel Foundation at the I'niver sity of Miami. Harry Goodmark, president of thi Hoi:.la State Federation of Men' Lodges will install new regions late thenregard for the immortal leader in a land reclamation pro ject which will benefit Israel. Ell explained erywhere the opportunit) to trans officers of Aleph Zadlk Aleph These are Mrs .lack Wien. vice president of the Florida State Fee eration of Women Chapters. Sid He) AlonovitZ, past president ol South Florida Men's Council. A J Kaplan, president ol South Flor Ida Men's Council; Mrs Tens Kat/ I president ->i South Florida Won !! ,* : i ,„ > il! ;;:; ; :-'-: i ;t;'"' Cohen Unveiling The dedication of monument to the memory of the late Morris I. Drive. Miami Beach, former owner and Women B'nai B'riti and operator of Cohen > Pleasant Men Hotel. Millis,. Massachusetts, will take place Sunday, December 28th, 11:30 a.m.. on Mount Sinai Come tery. with Rabbi Mayer Ahramo witz officiating. Mr. Cohen is survived by his wife. Lena; two daughters, Mrs. Bernice Cohen and Mrs Sylvia Brown; and four grand children, all of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in charge of Palm er's Miami Monument Company Relatives and friends are request ed to be present lay, December 28th. 1 p.m.. on Mount Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Mas Shapiro officiating. Mr. Levy is survived by his wife. Mary; two .on>. Wilfred and Milton; and two laughters. Kathleen and Sylvia. trrangementa are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. man, vice presidents; Sydney AmnovitZ, treasurer; Martin Belle, recording secretary; Jean C. Lehman, corresponding secretary: and Anne Satin, financial secretary. Miss Margie Goldman, preaidenl District No. 5. B'nai B'rith Girls] Miss Barbara Gardner, president Florida Region, B'nai B'rith Cirls; and Leonard Schwartz, president Florida Region. Aleph Zadik Aleph. Featured at the evenings affair will be the installation of officers and the selection of the State' Sweetheart of AZA Chairmen for' the Convention are Don Cook. Richard Finner. Harvey Stone and Miss Barbara Gardner. 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W;5r93s*^&f?fg^-i FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1952 AbrahantDor Will Participate In Opening )f Israel Exposition Here On Sunday I i — l\nt* tha tfioo* Tout *.. i < *•Jewisli£hrkm+r> PAGE 3 A Abraham Dor, the first Jew to I ,!| copper n Israel since the ulous days of King Solomon, I arrive at Miami Beach today participate in the grand openDI the Israel Exposition which I be held at 1604 Washington kvenue on Sunday afternoon, 4 m. In his capacity as chief engineer ( (he Israel Mining Industries, )or has been responsible for the arflung exploitation program of cwly-discovered mineral resourcs in the Negev which are being rveloped with the aid of the through the Israel Israel, based mainly on domest ores and raw material:;, he me: and conferred with Israel', late Ministor of Finance EUezer Kaplan and other Icadingovernment figures Dor was subsequently appointed ( hief Engineer of the ncwlv-formed Israel Mining Industries 1,000 Participate In Maccabiah Over 1,000 children are expectiiufc raised MM J o n nd Drive in Miami and other ft*^ *"**** arts of the United States. As an unusual risit to this city, feature of his Dor will bring letic Carnival, for the Jewish schools sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. "annext T„H* nnual M?n*ehiP Tea tendered by the Jewish Home for the Aged AuxF arLl J M Y re 2?5 ,0 "? ht) ,he Mesdame Morris Dubler. Isadore Cohen, Irving £ P f 01 Sllve !" < !" > S.dney Appel, A. A. Miller, Lotte Brown. Ben Hammerman and Mori Fremon. Abraham Dor I Participants of 14 schools are entered in the pageantary parade, athletic events and song events scheduled in Miami for Sunday. December 28th, at 10 a.m., and on the Beach for Monday, December 29th. at 10 a.m. The Maccabiah will be held for Miami schools at Shenandoah Park, and for the Beach schools at Flamingo Park. The program will begin with a parade of the schools involving original decorative ideas centered around the t'hanuka motif. The colorful pageant will be followed by a series of athletic events by students classified in six categories. The athletic events include dashes, relays and partner-races. The Maccabiah will conclude with a song conti >l and distribution of refreshments donated by Mr. Carl Weinkle, of the I i .'.Food Markets. • the first piece of copI in Israel since King ed his (amoui c P in Ihe Holy Land more 00 years a;:... The i Industries ia one of the irtant branches of the iei nomic develop by Israel Bonds; World War II. Dor £ainIndividual will be ed ribbons, and the h lining the lal i ideal lor their school library. The awards are iry of hi r late h es M. Ra1 ner. All awai Is will be distributed lowing the .. b nition as an industrial dea Kho0 \ assomblii :.t expert working with a Gem Planning Industrial Dent Commission whose task to integrate the economies Ihe countries in the Middle East for the war effort. It was while with this commission that he lied his acquaintance with the mineral potential of the Negev ther areas of Tthe Middle i:.. After completing a private survey of the prospects of develItabbi Lehrman At Seminary Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and a member of the Rabbinic Cabinet of. the Jewish Theo logical Seminar>| of America, wil! be principal speaker at a city wide dinner t c be held at the liar Zion Tern pie, PhiladeJ phia. on Tuesda) evening, Januarj ijth. Rabb; Lehrman The dinner, which Is being attended by leaders and members of the Boards of all conservative conations in the (junker City, will %  ared to advance the work of Seminary, the l nited Syna II ol '• rica and 'li" Rabbinical Assem >..• i America. A a member '>t the Rabbinic let of I he S< n i larj. I Lehrman ha been called upon to i i egations all over the c luntrj. and al the same lime, io mi v I wilh small groups ol leaders arious communities for conferences aimed al projecting the future course of Juadism in AmerHome Auxiliary Tenders Tea For Membership The Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be hosts to members at an Annual Membership Tea on Tuesday, December 3Qth, 1 p.m., in Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Membership chairman will introduce new members to the Auxiliary. Mrs. Louis Glasser, program chairman, will present Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Life Membership chairman, who will present gold pins to all new Life members. An original Chanuka candle-lighting ceremony will follow, written and directed by Mori Fremon. The procram will conclude with vocal numbers by Mrs. Al "Flip" ; isen, accompanied by Madame :',r.cr Stern. Flagler Primes Students For Sports Event Sunday School students of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center are preparing for the Greater Miami Maccabiah sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Macabiah will be held at Shenandoah Park on Sunday morning. Bernard Welkind. principal, has been meeting with Center students to practice for the area-wide competition. The Center has completed its plans for a New Year's Eve Affair. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart are planning for a midnight supper, according to Center officials. in charge of reservations are Mrs. Ben Clein and Morton Eiternian. Schools participating include Beth David, Beth El, Coral Gables Jewish Center, Miami Hebrew School. Wesl Miami Jewish Center, Worknw n's Circle, Zamora Jewish Center, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Flagler-Granada Jewish renter. Hialeah-Mlami Springs Jewish (enter, Israelite (enter. Knesseth Israel. North Dud ica. Rudolph Fried the Philadelphia mittee. i-. chairman of Seminary ComMount Sinai Barbecue The holiday season was celebrated at Mount Sinai Hospital with a Barbecue and Swim Party ja W given by members of the Board of Center North Shore oping a metallurgical industry in Jewish (enter Trustees for the hospital's 400 employes and their families Sunday afternoon. Happy Go Lukshen Opens NY Eve Reservations for Happy Go Lukshen. the new American-Yiddish Revue at Ihe Plaza heatre on Miami Beach, arc comin;; in daily, according to reports this week. The revue is entirely in English, and the lyrics and music were written by Murray Rumsey, wellj known producer who wrote What' I'm Lucky, and other successes. Featured in Happy Go Lukshen arc the Radio Aces. Billy Hodes. Beverly Shearer. Sonya Varr, Sid Larson and Carolyn Wood. The revue will feature songs ike The C.efilte Fish Rhumba. the Three Lukshen, and many other numbers. ^^_ Music School To Open On Beach A new tory of Music i n the Beach :it 1410 Alton R Its founder, Martha Frost, who ittained a national and internatii nal singing and teaching career, will be in charge of the Vocal Department ol the Frost Conservatory Of Music. Miss Frost has successfully tought voice technique to many pupils in her New York and Darien, Connecticut studios. Working with her will be a staff of American and European instructors. Individual private lessons for adults and children in all branches of music will be featured. Miss Frost's pupils include John Dudley, tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company, NewYork; Carroll Culpepper, tenor of the Opera Comique, Paris. France; and Clemence Groves, star soloist in motion pictures. Judcsecins Gather |!n Jacksonville i ty three members of the seven Senior Judaea chapters and Leader an attending the Winter Conclave of Southern Young Judaea through December 29th, at Jacksonville Beach. Delegates attending are Harold Klapper. Harriet Solloway. Melvin Sachs. Delores Chcrnoff and Bobby Raiber. Hatikvah Group; Judy Phillips. Judy Shapiro, Liz Simkowitz, Myrna Bressack and Alan Goldberg. Nar Tamid Chapter; Allita Hoffman. Joe Murray, Tamara Mamches, Harriet Mandel and Carol Lattiner. Chaim Weizmann; Jack Becker and Ronald Askowitz, Hialeah-Mlami Springs Group. Harry J. Sonz and Mrs. Henry K. Solloway will represent the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. Staff members include Eleanor Goodman. Young Judaea Lei er; Miriam Scheinberg. City I tor. and Gil Rappaport, asnt Regional Youth Commission Director, Distributed by PALM DISTRBUTORS^INC M N.E. 24th St. Miami 37, Flo. 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PAGE 4 A -• %  +Jevdihfk>rfdiati SgAY^^Q, wjemsti Meridian Published every Friday sinoe 1987 by the Jewish Flor.dian at 12C N; E. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of March 3. 117*. The Jewish Floridian haa abaorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide New* Service, National Editorial Association. Amer. ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The JeWWl ll.ili'lKlM dOM mtr.' th.K ruth of Hi.marchsuidlee %  d vrt leed in II M column*. s u One Year SCRIPTION RATES: $3.00 Two Years 15.00 FRE D K. SHOCHET E ditor a nd Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26. 1952 Volume 26 Number 52 Teveth 8. 5713 'I' lii I>r;.'I Exposition History will show that Israel was reborn by the will of its people to survive as a spiritual entity. But it will also show a vigorous rebirth — a nation sprung from the battlefield, crying aloud its new-found right to be nationally indentified and determined that no course of future time will repeat the annals of the past. Such determination means more than World Jewry's constant vigil to guard its traditions and its ancient culture. It means the ever increasing strength of sinew and muscle a new land develops by economic and industrial exercise. What had been previously sufficient to maintain the Jew in his exile is now insufficient to guarantee the statehood of his return. It is therefore with exceeding delight that we welcome the opening of the Israel Exposition on Miami Beach. No other American community, outside of New York City, has thusfar been privileged to view the Exposition; it make its first stop of a travel tour here. The range of Israel-produced articles on display is wide. Viewers will observe an array of raw materials, scientific equipment, drugs, tools, clothing, jewelry, toys, books, automobiles, etc. But the most singular experience will be the reaction to Hebrew-lettered labels and trademarks on the many items featured. This is no simple egotism. This is no unreasonable pride. This is the story of a miracle. Out of a language nurtured by Rabbis for two millenia have come, in but four years, the tags for drills, casting machines, electronic equipment and pharmaceuticals. Out of the words of an ancient literature has grown the vocabulary of technology and commerce. Here is the vigorous rebirth. Here is the strength beyond the will to survive as a spiritual entity. Here are the sinew and muscle of Israel's statehood and of its future. Interest in the youthful democracy's development can be displayed here by frequent attendance at the Exposition. Personal observation, alone, will be the measure of satisfaction derived from a spiritual and physical awakening unparalleled in our time. %  hi' Polish Puppet The Polish Government is currently demanding the recall of Dr. Arieh Kubovi, Israel Minister, on the ground that he misused his diplomatic privileges to the prejudice of the Polish Republic. It has also been reported from Warsaw that the Israel Legation there is charged with espionage activities. This charge, of course, ;s nebulous in nature. No evidence has been submitted to substantiate it. But the Polish Government has come up with a more subtle wrinkle. The Israel Legation, it says, illegally claims the right to represent Polish citizens of Jewish origin. But one must make no mistake. Clearly, this is NOT a charge of "international Zionism". Clearly, this situation has nothing whatever to do with the recent Czechoslovakian purges. Clearly, the Israelis are just being bad boys again. That monstrous State of Israel, with its full 326 miles of railway, will just never learn to stop picking on the little innocents of Moscow. I \ Slops Xi'.ir i:.isi Israel has suffered a stranqe defeat in the United Nations. A resolution calling for direct Arab-Israel peace negotiations went down to defeat by the General Assembly late last week. This is a strange turn of events precisely because of the bedfellows the defeat now reveals. The Soviet and Latin-American blocs were largely responsible for squelching ttie UN recommendation sponsored by eight neutral powers. The Arabs, of course, gain much from this latest stall. There is little they can accomplish by submitting to any peace recommendation. What the Moslem World has thusfar lost in prestige and geographic advantage is irretrievable and would be solidified as a thorn of visible defeat by accepting a truce arrangement. Continuation of the Arab-Israel "cold war", on the other hand, means that the Jewish state can never cease its military vigil and that its economic development must be retarded. In this possibility, Arab leadership finds much solace. If we can not agree with the Moslem World's tactics and if we heatedly accuse its delegates of hypocritical double-talk about peace, we can. at least, recognize the purpose of such negative international diplomacy. But the Soviet situation seems most rep. rehensible of all. Pretending to be alone in the battle for dignified statehood, the USSR is currently trading on the misery of forty million Moslem slaves, as well as on Israel's drive toward industrial independence. For by sponsoring the defeat of the UN resolution, the USSR has underwritten continued Near Eastern unrest, advanced the mastery of Arab feudalism and destroyed the possibility, at least until February when next the General Assembly meets, of bringing friendship to the mass of humankind it pretends to love. WORLP Petes p£ACE IM ISRAEL FUKTHC* mm* RtoSP AID TO fSRASL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR During The Week... A 8 i SeeIt By LEO MINDLIN A .\'W 4 .illill<-I Last week, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion submitted the resignation of his cabinet to President Ben-Zvi. Within a few days, the Prime Minister came up with a new coalition which will guide Israel's governmental affairs in the future. It was Mr. Ben-Gurion who took the initiative in reforming his cabinet. The new state now has a stronger and more representative coalition than ever before. For one thing, the General Zionists and the Progressive Parly are now included. For another, the conflict that had previously separated the General Zionists. Mapai and the Orthodox elements is now largely stilled. Most singular about the matter is the fact that Mr. Ben-Gurion's leadership was never for a moment overtly questioned. It is a tribute to him that all contesting parties recognized his unifying qualities. But the Prime Minister deserves praise for more than the cohesive force he symbolizes. It was he who courted the unrepresented groups, smoothed out differences and invited i em in, ,he cabir >et. While it is true that Mr. Ben-Gurion's own Mapai Party is now 1 more strongly situated as a result, it is also! true that the democratic process in Israel! stands much to gain from the initiative of his' latest political move. A SECOND APPEARANCE: Rabbi Irving Miner fore volunteer workers for the Combined Jewish Appeal7a""ark still fresh in the memory of those who heard him His speech ? %  %  Israel Bond function last Monday evening served to rtarpenS nJ lection of his enthusiastic personality and oratorical ability w K 1, P 7 s dei | t of ,he Zionist Organization of America came b III FA .r! J S ^" d CamPai8n> IT hC W3S n l 1W !" ^ the I JA and its purposes, as well. Indeed. Rabbi Miller did muchi knit the schism that has unfortunately arisen between the two dnm In the flow of his poetical delivery, the Rabbi paused at evsenu, moments to elaborate on both their functions and ends and tock tize those who continue regarding them as antithetical Most significant was Rabbi Millers explanation of Arab Led reticence to conclude a peace with Israel. The Moslems, he said ret* nize that the Jewish state can not be defeated on the battlefield E nomic collapse is their only hope, and they have been maintainwfi rigid blocade against Israel in the face of Doited Nations regulation holding such measures illegal. Despite this. Rabbi Miller explained, the new state ha< ben steadily reaching toward financial and industrial independence American-Jewish non support of the bond drive, he cautioned, would ut> mately strengthen the Arab expectation. His heartfelt request tor continued aid. as well as his insistence that onlv Jews are capable 4 understanding the urgency of the situation, emphasized negatively the bond campaigns continued policy of employing non-JewiA professional lovers of Israel as spokesmen. Not one of these bandwagon riders appearing here during tie past two seasons matched by one iota Rabbi Millers sincerity and effectiveness last Monday evening. Off The Record CHANUKA AND CHRISTMAS This is the holiday season for the elements in our midst who are bent on finding a synthesis or at least a common denominator between Chanuka and Christmas. Year after year they keep on harping on the theme with a persistence that is as amazing as it is unhealthy. For the life of me I can't understand why they are striving to dilute the spirit of Chanuka—an epic in the Jewish struggle for survival — with a theme that is completely alien end contradictory to Jewish thinking and doctrine. I am not unmindful of the spirit of good will generated by the Christmas holiday, but the unadulterated fact remains that the holiday is primarily a religious one and therefore has no place in Jewish homes. The argument that our children, for social and psychological reasons, must not be denied participation in the joy of the season with their Christian friends is a specious one. If that argument were pushed to its logical conclusion, its advocates would have to counsel wide Jewish participation in other Christian ceremonials as well. Moreover, it assumes an incurable state of mind among our children and is a frank admission of hopelessness in the struggle against the environmental forces which would engulf us. This is a defeatist attitudew ith dire consequences. Children can think as logically as adults. I should think that if an effort were made to explain to them the thematic divergence between Chanuka and Christmas they would not only hearken but obey a, well. Any other approach u one of leaat resistance and a grave injuatlce against the verj youngsters whom we are striving to integrate into Jewish living REPLY TO A LETTER: This week's issue of The Jewish Flondia carries a letter on Page 3B in which a New York reader express* enormous concern for my "hysterical, rabble-rousing journalism TV writer refers to my column of December 12th, devoted to a report on a lecture delivered here by Mr. Moishe Katz. I am compared by the correspondent to West brook Pegler. I might mention in passing that had I been called a spiritual supporter of the Russian Politburo or NKVD I should feel no less insulted It seems to me that the syndicated columnist and both these Soviet political expressions, among others, are equal social evils. But the writer is essentially bothered by jny unwholesome professional attitude, and I am here determined to set her mind at rest. Let me state immediately that I am in complete accord with her fear for hysteria I am, however, disinclined to consider the problea of rabble-rousing because I choose not to believe in the existence of a rabblement. The mass of humankind, even when uninformed, is capable of being educated. It is the role of totalitarian leadership ta regard such a mass as rabble and as fertile ground for the inculcation of distorted social philosophies. The true democrat prefers to view the uninformed as an educative challenge And it is precisely for this reason that I am in actors with the writers fear for hysteria. Lack of information means naive* that can be shaped in any direction. Hysterical leadership is symptomatic of Fascist tendency. Mr. Moise Katz and his appearance here are a case in point. I have no intention of reviewing Mr. Katz' opinions as report^ in my recent column. They stand unamended and unfortunately sp* for themselves But suffice it to say that they are typical examples" hysterical pontification designed to misinform through inuendo v* half truth. If the report is in any manner "undisciplined and in* ] sponsible" (I quote), it is a successful representation of Mr K own method. I must also categorically state that the writer's embarrtssrnert for me is misplaced. Let this embarrassment be laid at the feet of V> treiheit journalist who. with his audience, arrogantly flaunted t* American freedom he pretends to espouse. I could have reported \m a host of Mr. Katz' blood-chilling observations but refrained W" (liiinu en i,..„.... %  v i„..i them -— mwiu > IIIIIIIIK UUM-rVdtllUls UUl .1"'-— ^_ doing so because publication would merely serve to broadcart t" !" T ^ ,d ely My ori in,,, intention was to list only a handful; IM engaged in more than perfunctory rebuttal. I am indeed ashamex jor certain intellectual pronouncements must be held in silent c* tempt. ttm/t f r m l r feren <* o Lenin, it U clear I could not have assoj ated him with the Soviet purges of the early '30s The USSR m engaged h more mas, politic, murders than any normal l£g£ hat N.kolay Lenin died in 1924-unleas. of course. Russian secret y— %  %  misleads us for equally secret reasons. muni d *eussion of Soviet history and the course of t ESL P V t,P deveto Pnnt I should prefer to leave for •* ff StaS^isk^! ***"* t0 the core by Party hanger.^ who re 2!e£i ?.. ,eelin ihMi "•"*. **"• m intellectually #£• precisely this ,„obbi,m that lends meaning to the tern. r**



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% % % % % % % % % % % % % %  %  ;--. llDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1952 ZJ*rts*nurkHan ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY rOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE hold Friday evening services [5 p m. Saturday morning servL are %  < 8:30 a.m. Kiddush will (low. Mincha is at 5 p.m., with |os Seudos concluding the Sab|h observance. Daily services at 8 a.m., and at 5 p.m. • • • 4EBREW ACADEMY will hold |ja3 evening services at 5:15 Saturday morning services at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Alexdor Gross will officiate and ad(he Congregation. Cantor t„h Tambor will render the musportion of the liturgy. Rabbi bss will conduct the Post-Grad)<• Student Discussion Group at i.m. An Oneg Shabbat for childis at 3:30 p.m., under the dirt ion of Mrs. Alexander Gross, fcicha will be at 5 p.m., followed Shalos Seudos. (ISRAELITE CENTER will hold %  da) evening services at 5:30 V Late services are at 8:15 p.m., Ion (enter President Hy Morris Id Hen Katz, Cantor, will officiI Guest speaker will be Miami forney Morton Perry. Subject of discourse will be the McCarAct. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Idclman will be hosts at the Oneg lahbal following. Saturday prning services are at 8:30 a.m. kbbi Abraham Sachs will officiand discuss'the Weekly Porpn. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followby Shalos Seudos. 4 • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER |11 hold Friday evening services 515 p.m. Late services are at So p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Waxan will officiate and discuss: %  conciliation. Mr. and Mrs. Leon(1 ll.irris will be hosts at the Kg Shabbat. Saturday morning prices are at 9 a.m., with Junior rvices scheduled for 11 a.m. Min ka will be at 5 p.m., followed by Idy of the Weekly Portion conicted by Rabbi Waxman. Mortal Rosonbaum will be host at lalos Seudos. Daily services are 7 a.m. • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION II hold Friday evening services %  5:15 p.m. Late services arc at 30 p.m., when Rabbi Moses Mesieloil will officiate and discuss: bviard A New Year. Cantor AarWcingarten will render the Busical portion of the liturgy. Satrday morning services are at 8:30 m. at which time the Bar Mitz^h of Myron, son of Mr. and Mrs. taanuel Nirenberg, will take lace Rabbi Mescheloff will adess the confirmand. Junior rvices are at 9 a.m., under the red ion of Benjamin Kaniinetzky. iddu-h and refreshments, under he sponsorship of the Sisterhood. Hill follow. Mincha is at 5:15 p.ni followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. J • FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8 p m An Oneg Shabbat will follow sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shapiro. • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will Hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am., when Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will discuss: A Rah bi Takes Stock. A class in Tal mud is scheduled for 4 p.m. Min cha is at 4:45 p.m.. followed bv Shalos Seudos. Junior Congrega tion services are at 10 a m in Yeshiva Hall BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturdav morning services are at 8:30 am!. when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will discuss: Time And Place. At 4:15 p.m., the Rabbi is scheduled to speak on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services arc at 7:30 a.m.. followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m.. followed by a class in Jewish Laws and Customs. > KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 4:45 p.m.. and at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Cassel will deliver his third lecture in the series on Mental Health and the Bible. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Mental Illness Among Biblical Characters. Cantor Abraham Scif and the Center Choir will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturdaymorning services are at 8:30 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Marvin Silverman will take place. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 5 p.m. HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo Hcim officiating. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: What Men Sow, They Reap. Mr. and Mrs Harry Fisher will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following, in honor of their wedding anniversary. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with the Bible Class participating. Reverend Heim will chant and discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv. Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Miami Ave., Liber* SIE -i'''" %  '"" '<""' *". 'kv T t. •' M 1 •''"""" K "' k V 2n y f 828?"' %  1 : '""" A i "• •"Sfl!."ml Granada "> NW Sl.l I" ia2SBl ,v a %  : %  PW st., II,,!,,,:, 1, ? %  Rabbl Abraham Kntaath laraai Rabbl Abraham CM•TtrnpRScT ,W Euclld Ave Miami Beach Rabbl Irving Uhrman, Miami Hebrew School-Kabhl Klmon Mta 1 *' "'" S9> 1J "' A '-' M-nt|ceilo Park Reverend Jaroh! Katt, 164th Btraat and NE llth Avenue, North Miami Beach. North Dade Rabbl Harry i::: inner onaervatlve, 13630 \v. Dixie H&hway. North Miami. North Shore -Hal. l>i Mayer Ahramojrtti, Conaeryatlve, Uti 75th St., Miami liench. Temple laraelI ir. Joseph Xarot, Reform. 1 NE 19th st Miami. Titereth Israel — 6500 N. Miami Ave., Miami West Miami—rtahhi Alfred Waxman, Conservative, 5720 BW 17th St., Miami. Young Israel — Orth.lox, 4001 Chase I Ave.. Miami Beach. Z.imora Reverend Ittulnir Hrill, fonservatlve, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral uablea. PAGE 5 A For Your FRM'MT CAKE New Crop Pecan Meats • BROKEN PIECES — JUMBO HALVES • DICED FRUIT MIX CALL 3-7092 MIAMI PECAN COMPANY "2 S.W. 8th STREET TAMIAMI TRAIL ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will i hold regular services Friday at : 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf K. Brill officiating. Arthur Deutsch, chairman of the Religious Committee, will speak on: Irony Of History. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moskowitz will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday services will begin at 9 a.m.. and will be followed by a Kiddush. HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM! MUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. i with Rabbi Jacob Honig officiat-j ing. Subject of a discourse to be | delivered by the Rabbi is schedj tiled as: The Jewish Conception Of Self. Guest Cantor Joseph Mai-: ek will render the musical por-1 lions of the liturgy. Kiddush will; be recited by Melvyn Greene. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m., and will be conducted by the Rabbi and Cantor Mordeccai Hallman. Daily services are at 9 a.m. a a a TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8.15 p.m., in honor of the 10th anniversary celebration reunion of ennfirmands. Subject of a discourse to be delivered by Rabbi Leon Kronish is scheduled as: 1 Am Your Brother. Saturday morn in services are at 10:45 a.m., at which time the Bar Mitzvah of Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ross. will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemcr will render the musical portion of all services. 9 TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will dedicate its Friday evening services, at 8:15 p.m., to Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus, on the occasion of his 78th birthday. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Who Are These Reform Jews. A reception in his and Mrs. Kaplan's honor will follow. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., at which time the Bar Mitzvah of Marvin Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and respond. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos sponsored by Mrs. Bessie Levine, vice president of the Agudath Israel Sisterhood. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m., and at 5 p.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. The Annual Homecoming Service will be dedicated to college youth of the community. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Cantor David Silverman. assisted by the Center Choir, will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth of Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Borenstein, and Richard Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kantor, will take place at that time. An afternoon Bible class is at 4 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily services are in the Chapel at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 p.m. i BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate, assisted by the Student Choir under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. The Bar Mitzvah of Sandra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bernard Schreidell will take place at that time. Subject of a discourse to be delivered by I Rabbi Shapiro is scheduled as: A | Glimpse Into The New Calendar Year 1953. An Oneg Shabbat will follow sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Schreidell. Floral offerings will be by the Schreidells and Kfh and Mrs. Gene Krause. Saturday morn! ing services are at 9 a.m.. at which time the Bar Mitzvah of David., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Krause, | will take place. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND; CONGREGATION will hold Friday i evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9| a.m.. when Barry Kennard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kennard, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi; Simon. April will officiate and adj dress the confirmed. A class in \ Mishna is scheduled for 4 p.m., and will be followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m., when Jonathan Noel Baskin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Baskin, will bejcome Bar Mitzvah. Subject of a discourse to be delivered by Rabbi Morris Skop is scheduled as: How To Face The Mystery Of A New Year. The Bar Mitzvah will assist during the services. A Kiddush will follow, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Baskin, charter members of the Center. • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENITER will hold Friday evening ,.services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer j Abramowitz will officiate and dis, cuss: Unbroken Resolutions. Can[tor Edward Klein and the Center i Choir will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Saturdaymorning services are at 8:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Basker, will take place. Rabbi Abramowitz Will Address Zionist Luncheon Guest speaker at the weekly Zionist Luncheon on Wednesday. December 31st, will be Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Abramowitz was born in Palestine and was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary' of America. He served as United States Army Chaplain in Germany and Austria for three years. The Zionist Luncheon Club meets at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 12:15 p.m. Chairman is Albert E. Ossrp. assisted by Daniel Broad, Jacob Fishman, Frank Gordon, Irving Schatzman, Harry Sonz, Rabbi David Shapiro, Mrs. Faye Tupler and Mrs. Ossip. Charles H. Lee will report on the latest Israeli news, according to Fred Jonas, acting president of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District. DER YIDDISHER FORUM SAT., DEC. 27th, 8:30 P.M.' at Kneseth Israel 14th Place & Euclid Avenue' Miami Beach Speaker: DR. SHMARYAHU T. SWIRSKY Subject: THE JEWISH CONCEPT OF ART Open Discussion Follows THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI presents % and Full GAMELAN Orchestra ANAK AGUNG GDE MANDERA, Director Staged by JOHN COAST Tickets' 11.50 13.00, 13.00, 1.00 — at "the I'nlveralty of Miami Ticket orflce. tti 8.B. la) Street. MIAMI BEACH RADIO. KM;i l.ln.-nln !!,,! WARNER BROS, JUBILANT NEW PRODUCTION OF T H E MOST EXCITING DANNYTHOMAS/ \ P EGGY NEW YEAR'S E V E N T INMIAMI HISTORY!



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PAGE 6 A lewistifkrkMan FRIDAY, Top bracket was the Friday party at Gilda Dahltwrgs oceanfront mansion welcoming guests fascinated by tha project of • professional theatre bar*. Sparking tha organization is Anta — American National Theatre and Academy headquartered in New York, prepared to bring Sara Churchill and Charles Laughton down in January ... Gilda was a Hollywood figure herself in a black seooin sheath dramatic against crackling flames (natch, in the fireplace). Early arrival was Florence Pick who'd said on the phone: "I can row right over to her house." "What a notion." I'd said. "I mean if; we live directly across Indian Creek from each other." "I don't see why we can't work out some sianals then," said Gilda. "In the Nacional in Havana, we'd wave towels and thinns at our friends." So if vou notice towels fluttering over the rooftops, you'll know it's Gilda and Florence enjoying hot conversation — Bill Taradash got tackled by the Al (iottesmans about his hydro ponic •farm" whet* it's now costing him only a dollar to raise a radish. The salt winds, he complains, moss up his minerals The Gottes mans, who will spend the holidays in Toledo, were happily devoured by Walter Jacobs who found in Al a true brother of the Theatre ATson is an important scriptwriter (with ideas and Al hims.df was going to operate the Cinema Casino as a top professional house some \ear> ago By that time. I too was feeling important, discovering that the nice gent chatting with me was Alexander Squibb, which is the closest I ever got to their toothpaste and 4ri buildings in Indiana and then Bernie Robbins zoomed up with a yak of recognition: last time we met he was frying flapjacks in the New Surf Hotel on a breakfast promo tion to prove he was good as any hotel chef. And he still thinks so! Cute young couple were Barbara and Larry i Deepfreeze i Udell I hope you've observed my dress." said Barbara. "I made it mvsolf"' Very clever bronze taffeta Hattie Carnegie could profit by! 'And is this mink?" I asked "If it isn't." she retorted, "it goes right back to the store in the morning." News to many is that Miami's the home of Julian Langner. brother of the Theatre Guild's famed Lawrence Langner Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bramson. of 820 SW 24th Road, are entertaining their nieces, the Misses Francine and De Dee Levitt, Chicago. Illinois. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gross, of Cleveland. Ohio, are here for a three week vacation as guests of Mrs Gross' mother. Mrs. Jennie Koch. 2602 SW 27th Street. Mrs Gross is a former president of the Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women and was also con nected with the Guidance Clinic at the University of Miami. Doris Kasow Given In M arr Father; Carved Ivory Fan Is iw> Given in marriage by her father. Doris Kasow H A \ YC Mrs. Abraham Kasow. 2100 SW 21st' Avenu^? daughl *r „[ • nn Marl.iff sun of Mr nnrl Mr. I.__i_ .. %  w me %  er Pan ton Sadoff. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D Sadoff E V** br > a Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of the RPIK r. iciated. He was assisted by Cantor Maurice M,u i d S >T* The bride's gown was fashioned in a nodi long And just about then I got all wrapped up in Eddie Cohen — wh.ch is very easy for several reasons: his father was pioneer Isador Cohen of 1896. Eddies the first Jewish kid born down here, h.s sister's Clare Weintraub, and waiting to quiver to the historian's touch are about 8 suitcases, says Eddie, of his father's out-ofprint Miami books, papers and personal documents. (I intend to cultivate this kid because I crave to get into those suitcases. Hey what's your phone number?) ON THE BEAT: Siiul Worth is enthusiastic legman for the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, expanded from the Friends and Miami Beach Svmphonette and. rocketing.into Its first big free public appearance Kehruarv 23rd at the Beach Auditorium. Lucille (Mrs. Al) Weiss, promoting' publicity also with Herbert Bromberg, calls the Community to the January 7th meeting al Miami Beach Elementary School Committee head's are' -Miss Edna Hnberg, on Journal and Advertising with Mrs Michael .' ?"^" > K '' K>k W a fl Mrs Sul < ; <>>derg; Ways and Means. Dr I Michael Horw.tz with Jean Silver. Mrs Frieda Shack, Mrs Eakow and Mrs. Weiss; and Entertainment, Mrs. Harry Flaum, Mrs. Abe Haicuck F,„. SU v d ?. y V' 1 ho, eUy ,i !" for M "Ann. Kane, host... in her Exotic Villa, for loved ones who, hearing she planned a dinner, piled in from all points. At the festive board were Detroit's Dr. and Mr, Morris Rask.n with adorable grandchildren Kathy and Caroline Kurswm'i.mK? \ n r M rV S J ""' Tr "' Charles Wolfs, the William Kleem.ns of Cairo. N.Y., and Coral Gable', R.bert Mitchell,. The visitor, took a suite at the All, son Young fry hiohlv at £lu n^* ErEL' d in "* r nd A,li *'* Mrvin &f were B.tsy Raskm, ll-year-old big sitter to 7-year-old Julie Meanwhile the neighboring Charles Wolfs, winter residents returning annually and faithfully to their same apartment we're also SoTr vT^a !L\" he P aCC !" ^in,n K their Mr. and Mrs Morton C, talk (she s the Wolfs' daughter, spending a month ,n HoS wood from hometown New Rochelle With them are the Kalk" prde and-joys --Jeffrey. 12. Helene. 10 and young John Henrv Due ,n is son Oscar Wolf, veepee of Park Lane handbags Busy things are popping at the Westview Country Club At their Collegian Dance Marshall Pepper was especially expected. He's ht son of Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper, a pre-med soph at Tulane The Arthur rinniestons whipped up a birthday celebration there for daughter Ardie. student at Traphagen School and ,n between I ,„ Jot sure where) Finnieston went on a hunting trip And aTtt e Tater Mrs. Sam Resnick polished up a welcome to her daugh?e now A lanta's Mrs. A. W. Lane with toddler Andv LINE BY LINE: The Ambassador cafeteria's Louis Horowit, i, the proud fatherm-law of optometrist Dr. William S. Grier Sy Kaplan (H.I Vvil ter Co.) divvies up those necessary swi „ or J Florid £ Z\, man H.I Chariot,, and Lew Escort were probably the fir,, outsiders to see the A.gjers nside office, ... The New Yorker,' Hen £!,. 7 ?££%. • n9m9 P r COrd — Front De.k in the local hotel business "* „.,i^ iM .A 0f \ Aa" h '\ uneov red *artling fact, about unused park land for the League of Women Voter. Washington's Her m *" ,'i'l' 1 P *"• n ,h# ow r 01 independent WWDC, has had to cancel his December stay here ... Mr and Mrs Isadore Mayers, of 320 NW 441 h Avenue, announce the birth of their son, Jeffrey Mir tin. on December 3rd. The newarrival's brother and sister are Douglas Bruce and Joyce Ellen. ft Cantor and Mrs. Jacob E. Tarn-, bor. of 2061 SW 7th Street, will be ] hosts to psychologist Dr. Murray Abram.sky. of New York, during his winter vacation here. Dr. Ahramsky iMrs. Tamhors brother. ft ft Visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hynian Pertes. of 445 SW 23rd Road, for a three-week vacation are Mr and Mrs. Morris Maimed, Lowell Massachusetts. With the Maimed* are their children, Richard and Carolann. ft ft ft Celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary last night were Mr. and Mrs Sam I.erner. of 1304 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. ft ft ft Mr and Mrs. Louis Wolfson. of 4595 North Meridian Avenue, an nounce the birth of their daughter, Lynda I-ouisc. at St. Francis Hospital on December 6th. Mrs. Wolfson is the former Lynn Rabin. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Joseph Rabin, of 1446 Lenox Avenue. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. 5030 North Bay Road. Lynda Louise will help celebrate Mr. Rabin's birthday on New Year's Day. ft ft ft Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob S. Minkin, of New York, arc spending their winter vacation at 2469 Flamingo Place, Miami Beach. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Leventhal and family, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, will be permanent Miami residents. They are temporarily residing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Leventhal, 1035 SW 62nd Avenue. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs Marvin Schero, of 5809 Riviera Drive. Coral Gables, announce the birth of their son on Tuesday at Doctors Hospital. Grandparents arc Mrs. Fay Ablin, of 6342 North Bay Road. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Irene Schero. of Coral Gables. The new arrival has a brother, Howard. ft ft ft Mr and Mrs. Morton Stitsky of 1B50 (oral Gate Drive, announce the birth of their son. Leo, on Wednesday Maternal grandpar ents are Rabbi and Mrs. S M Machtei. d in a hand^lin,*,, Is !**"-• <"'co,leS !2*H sieves will|J ^ "ffcted by a dee' p&?' of nylon tulle The ^ French illusion veil saTS J. custom made headp£ loned as a wedding ri M ,21 1£" •** i?a She earned orchids anotis on a hand-carved TJi sent to her ., lu fKinc /£J. P.n when he was station^LjJ December 21st. is a^-JP wedding anniversary of ZL ents. Bridesmai were ir. and Mrs. David P. Catsman were entertained last Sunday on the occasion of Mr. Catsman's birthday. Hostess at a dinner in her residence was his sister, Mrs Besse l...ndr Present were the latsman's sister and brother-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Dubois. and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Catsman. ft ft ft Joseph Colien was reted at a birthday party last Saturday evening given by his daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Smith, of 965 NW 7th Street Road. David Sunday School. Rabin, of West Palm R^ D. Rothfarh V,, M Palm **J| and the Misses R Pnee j^TJ Harriet Sadoff. of Muni M gowns were of u fitted tfafl 1 bodice with matchini? stalls.^1 skirts were in tiers of cocsj over aqua taffeta. Matching!, pieces were of aqua leavtii nose veils. The bride's mother worejaj net over taffeta floor-lenju. M with sweetheart neckline, i dJt applique bodice and double afi ids. Mrs. Sadoff's gown navy lace and a v neck with i orchids. Best man was Harvey D. brother of the bride. Mrs.! Lipson. of Providence, Rho and. was matron of honor. Ushers included Martin Henry Weiss and Gilbert Sdro, of Miami, and Have Rothfarb, i West Palm Beach. Newly wed Mrs Sadoff LiJ uate of Miami Edison High Sdafl and the University of Miatj where she was a member o( DM Sigma Sigma Sorority. She ml past president of Junior Mail and on the faculty of the Ball Proceeds Are For Building Fund The West Miami Jewish Center is accepting reservations for its annual New Year's Eve Party which will be held at the Center on Wednesday evening, December 31st. A turkey supper will be served at midnight, prepared by Chef Jasper "Yossel" Lewis. Morty Felson is in charge of reservations. Proceeds are for the Building Fund. The bridegroom graduated fml Samuel Tilden High School. Bn*| lyn. New York, and the l'nn| sity of Miami He recently reta>| ed from an overseas tour of Mn with the Air Force in Japan. b| fraternity is Tail Epsilon Phi The couple will make their ISM at 1437 LeJeune Road, Coral G| les, after January 5th. Going Formal? ATTENTION! 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>AY, DECEMBER 26, 1952 ndra Schreidell Is is Mitzvah Tonight andra Schreidell, daughter of and Mrs. Bernard Schreidell, SW 25lh Terrace, Miami, will ome Bas Mitzvah tonight, 8:15 during late Friday evening irices of the Beth David Conation. lie Bas Mitzvah is a student at Shcnandoah Junior High loo I and received her religious IninK at the Beth David Hebrew Golden Agers Will Mark Anniversaries New Year's Eve r/ Vlh !" M by Rabbi Simon Ap"I. of the M.ami Hebrew School and Congregation, will highlight the me e„ ng of the 0olden K A f r on Sunday, December 28th, at the Jewish Community Center. Rabbi April has chosen Journev Through Life as his topic of £ Among activities planned for IV meeting i s the members' celebra.on „, l)irthd an(j anmversar mn u M e brati "K are If. Litman H. Nevelsky, Mrs. A Comins. Charles Feur, Mrs. S Ruble, S. Teitelbaum, Mrs. R. Becker, Mrs i>Kam, Mrs. R. Weintraub. I r l J: e,rt,nan !" & Black, Mrs S. Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs A Rick. Mrs. Krupnick and Mr. and Mrs. L. Abeloff. The 51st wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. R. Cohen will also be celebrated at that time. In order to ring in the New Year, the Golden Agcrs will hold their Annual New Year's Party on December 31st. at 8 p.m. In charge of reservations is Jerome Schulman at 82-1003. *Uni


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PAGE 8 A vjenistfhr****" FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, Aeademu Leader* Make Final Plan* For Dinner : Women Finish Journal Lauer. Jerry Sussman, Moses Fenster and Joseph Shapiro. Jewish And Biblical Culture The Foundation Of American Dc mocracy. has been set as the theme of this year's Journal. A copy will be distributed free to every couple attending the dinner. Leaders of the Hebrew Academy's Fifth Annual Dinner will meet Monday night at the Shoremede Hotel to complete arrangements for the function scheduled for the Miami Beach Auditorium on January 4th. Charles Fruchtman. chairman, will give a final report on tickets for the affair, an annual social highlight of the Greater Miami Jewish community. Following a progress report session at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel Sunday. Fruchtman asserted that "with continued hard work Mrs Ra(1 Grthun will be install for the final 10 days prior to the,,,, ;|S Worthy Matron of Emunah dinner. I am certain we will meet Cna p Ior No j 75 order of the Eastour goal.'' Some l v 000 persons are ern s ar tomor-| expected to attend the dinner i n(W cven j ng s| Fruchtman also discussed thei p ni at (he Scotdinner Sunday afternoon as the tish Rite Temple! $&& Mrs. Graham Is Worthy Matron Of Emunah Group 'it • \; guest of Harold Shapiro on the Meet Your Neighbor feature of the Yiddish Classical Hour. Dr. David S. Andron. Academy j Nrpb ^ ( e)e president, presided at the meeting | Rohprtson F.man e McGraner. Installing officers will be the Mesdames Mar-! which was marked by increased quotas accepted by the Dinner Committee Dr. Andron reported on the spe cial musical cantata which he has written for the dinner. More than 60 Academy students will partiei pate from the auditorium stage Members of the Hebrew Academy Women will wind up their campaign for Ruth with the dinner Tuesday after Falk. A-sociate Conduct..-noon. A Victory Tea is scheduled Th(1 U(M >liami JcN 1>h (t nler for 2 p.m.. at the Victor Hotel Adah Mrs Anncttc (;or(ion Ruth Deadline for editorial and ad Mr> „.,„., ( ((hn FMn ,. r „„ yertistoS matenalfor the Journal K atherine Green. Martha; Mrs. \dele Cranman, Fleetra. MrReggie Gladstone. Mar-hal. Mrs. Jeanette Ncssel-on. Chaplain: habeen set for Tuesday, accord ing to Mrs David S Andron. chair man. "We have advanced the Habhi Shapiro To Speak At Lear Home Rabbi David Shapiro will be guest speaker at the home of Dr.' Edward Lear. 5825 Alton Road, Miami Beach, tomorrow evening, 8:30 p.m The Rabbi will discuss: The He •leadline to the last possible mom u „ „,. nnv A ncr w'utet; ,j brew Impact On Our Modern Civmt because rf the mounting interSamucl )iokson Sentjnc | <-:. Mrs Andron said. MrTheodore Landsman will o _• r> u*au serve as hostess for the tea to Spinoza Forum Will gether with the Mesdames Joseph Hear Professor Clarke Waldman, Samuel Waldman. Alvin Levinson and Hurray Berkowitz. Rabbi David Shapiro will present K review on Tongue Of The ProphetA childrenla-hion show and several musical inter%  .i 1 -.i are planned. MrLandsman said. MrAndron announced that prizes will be distributed at the Victory Tea. including a week's vacation at the Andron.summer resort in the Adirondack-. Loon Lake Hotel. This week's pacesetters for the Journal included the Mesdames 'harles Fruchtman. Irving Firtel. Samuel Reinhard. B. I Binder. Morris Dubler. Sol Lobel. Samuel Hitter. Alexander Gross. Aaron ilization The meeting is part of the educational program of the Henrietta Szold Chapter of Hadassah. MrBarnett Beckerman is Professor F.dward ( larkc. of the University of Miami, will be guest I cl,a,rman j speaker el the Spinoza Outdoor __ ~ Forum tomorrow afternoon. 3 pi; IllllfV'll/ §*rieett on the lawn of the home of Dr 1| M %  £, %  Abraham Wolfson. 11th Street and i UL" ngHV MWere Ocean Court. Tne P ricc of haircuts has gone Professor Clarke will review the' u p to $1 25 acc,,rn ing to Marvin late Dr Chaim Weizmann'i auto-j J Heath "*ner of a barber shop biography. Trial And Error.!* 1 M55 Nw 17,h Avenue, and Charles H. Lee, astronomer and' fP^ e sm n & an informal organlecturer, will preside. Cleveland Club Meeting The Cleveland Club of Miami Dinner honoring Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein, rfl New York, at the Sans Souci Hotel included amona the pel sorts discussing the Medical School Campaian for Yesfcwj University (sitting, left to right), Samuel C. Levenson. Go&| stein, R. Williams Apte and (standing, left to right), Harddl and Miami Beach will meet on. operations." The boost i Wednesday evening. January 7th. does not affect Miami Beach bar at 1 Lincoln Road, according to bers. who. Heath said, are not rep actl "B President Philip Shulman. | resented by his group ization of Greater Miami shop owners. Heath said that the increase in the price of haircuts is due to "the Increased cost of living and! Sha P iro Jph Rose and Jacob Sher. Goldstein is naO chairman of the $25,000,000 Campaign co-sponsored by City oi New York. Levenson and Apte are chairmen South Florida drive. "ipi "inn iiaTJ np'untnp 4 %  m m "i" .• M — W m m CISMFTICS SIAFS linilCfrJ %  %  %  %  %  ii k 1 U0"C>1 • 1 IMMW l 1 -' I %  Shown above are several of the many exhibits on display at the Israel Fir**. !" ^ -*sition which formally opens its doors on Sunday afternoon. Some 1 500 iw! „?" fa ured ? nd asembled in the new state wUl be viewed by •nw ami residents during the coming months. Great" ^6• i m



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I DECEMBER 26, 1952 Brown Will Pythians e last meeting of Roose^mple No. 33, Pythian Sise w officers for the coming ire elected, with Mrs. Jack Us Must Excellent-Chief. officers are Sitting Past |Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks; Ex] Senior. Mrs. Manuel Rudes; rn t Junior, Mrs. Alfred tn; Manager, Mrs. Nat SanProtector, Mrs. Arthur RobGuard, Mrs. Ben DonnerItary, Mrs. Harry Baron; Fer. Mrs. Irving Glazman; Mrs. Alvin Stern; Trusirs. Murray Friedberg and [lien Chaykin; Captain of Staff. Mrs. Gerald Brass; Correspondent, Mrs. Bernard ers will be installed at a ceremony on January 3, |by the Temple's new InOfficer, Mrs. Morris Cothe next regular meeting on 7th. Mrs. Brown will Committees and give a brief pry of plans and social events coming year. *Je*lstFk>rkUnn PAGE 9 A sZ 1I !" T Sh Ration Budget Committee photoqra RS Z n'n l d Ie Simkowi ^ Rbbi Morris A. Skop. Sam JaTk^nl G S ,nger MrS ,OS6 P h Dun,ov Arnold Seeder ham Kneapler. Alternate members (not shown) are Leon Jac Federation Reveals Agencies To Receive Allocations From 1953 Appeal Drive Forty-five participating agencies, vidual agency will then be based phed at a recent top level conference. Shown are (left to right) A. Goldstein, Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, Harold Thurman, Sidney Ralph Lachman, Archie Greenberg, Jack Muravchick and Wilobs and Larry Rosenberg. lion Discussed penal study meeting of the S Wise Group of Hadassah held at the Monte Carlo Ion Monday, December 29th, Ip.ni. Mrs. Irving Lehrman Hscuss: Religion In Israel in the 1953 Combined Jewish Ap peal have been advised of their j inclusion in this year's campaign in an official communication from I Sidney D. Ansin. chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Budget Committee. According to an announcement by Carl Weinkle. Federation president, the Budget Committee will review all agency applications in I early Spring of 1953, at which timej campaign results will become] known Allocations to each indi-1 ms Taylor To Be Music Commentator Opera Guild Program January 19th Taylor, music critic and scr. will fly to Miami Beach InR the Metropolitan Opera last on Saturday afternoon, 17th, to attend the Opera lot Greater Miami's performIf Gianni Schicchi and (aval tustirana at the Miami Beach jrium, on Monday evening, 19th. Taylor will commentate from age in between the operas. nchiriK his musical career at he of 11 with piano lessons, laylor continued his music at New York University, Btinn in 1906. Following his ation. he served as assistant of the New York Tribune. critic of the New World and |it"< of Musical America MagTaylor made his "debut" Ihe Metropolitan Opera when pompany first starting broadoperas and narrated the ns for several years during prly thirties. Later, he apas intermission commentabr the New York I'hi I liar %  Symphony through 1943. hough he is well known ghout the United States as a critic. Dr. Taylor has made fie for himself in several other i He has composed a musical py. Symphonic poems, two cantatas, an orchestral suite and several operas. His first opera, King's Henchman, received 14 performances—in three season at the Met, followed by Peter Ibbetson which was performed 16 times in four seasons. on the results of the fund drive. Major benefactor in the 1953 campaign is the United Jewish Appeal and Israel agencies with a recommended allocation of $634,750, an increase over the 1952 grant of $604,389. According to Committee Chairman Ansin, six Greater Miami agencies are to receive grants totaling $390,000, an increase over the 1952 actual allocation of $356,893. Federation President Carl Weinkle will receive the detailed recommendations from the Budget Committee at a meeting of the Federation Board of Governors on Tuesday evening. December 30th. at the Bureau of Jewish Education. At that lime the Board will confer final approval on the total budget. Recommendations for other fields of service and amounts New Year's Affair A joint New Year's Eve Party sponsored by the Men's Club and Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center will be held next Wednesday evening at 9:30 p.m., according to Dr. Sumner Cohen and Mrs. Allan Acker, co-chairmen of the event. Music will be by the Robert Clark Band. granted to these groups in 1952 include: 1953 Recommendations: Service and Cultural, 118,630: Civic Defense, J3o,00; Rellfloui and educational, M.WIO. 19S2 Actual Cirants: Service anil I'ultural, (14,318: civic Defenae, 127,123; Religious ;ir>


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I 3 AGE 10 A +Jeistrkrkliar!_ FRIDAY. Mutual Upturn Of Sailing VPKSPIM TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two Syrian sailing W well captured in Israeli lerritorial waters into which they drifted recently durta ipell <" bad weather will shortly !>e returned to th %  rthorities, il WM announced here. Israel and Syria have concluded an agreement pro riding for the return <^f each other's vessels which have \%  %  %  ritorial waters as a result of storms or engine Arab League Meets On l'."V Proposal LONDON (JTA) The Arab League has Issued %  call for a i Eng of its seven member nations In Cairo t,, discuss the ops the Arab states to the I nited Nationresolution urging direel ArabIsrael peace talks, it was reported from Cairo The report said that the Egyptian press bitterly criticizes the i nited Nations resolution Jt added that Egyptian Governmenl leaders arc ol the '-pinion that peace talks cannot be started with Israel until the Aral) refugee problem is solved. IS IIHIKISSV ISMH'* rhix.n Proof Form Badminton Tourney At Center A ;, -.. \ %  mixed Badminton rournament will be ,m on Thurtevei 1 -"'' 1 '•' p m al t! Jewish Communit) i vn Branch. Center boys an I ,..,, | um i ; their rtn rand registerling for this annual event, according to Abraham Roehsteia, d;rcctor of Health A Get-Acquainted and Badminton practice session preliminary in the opening of the League will be held at the Center gymnasium on Thursday. January 8th. 7:15 TEL AVIV (JTA)—The American Embassy here has begun issu j p.m. in;> certificates of proof of I nited States citizenship to all American nationals living in this country. The Embassy has also begun listing Americans serving in the Israel Army who do not desire to withdraw from the Army. The Embassy's activities are in connection with the McCarran Immigration and Naturalization Act, which went into effect Wednesday and provides that Americans serving in foreign armies on that date will forfeit their citizenship. Stalin Charged With Anli-Semilism NEW YORK (JTAI—The New York Times reports from Bel grade that Borba. organ of the Yugoslav Communist Tarty, carried a front page article analyzing anli Semitic currents in the Soviet I'nion and attributing an anti-Semitic attitude directly to Premier Stalin. The article, written by Milovan Djilas, one of the tour principal leaders of the Communist Party in Yugoslavia and a member of its Politburo, predicts a Soviet directed purge ol Hungarian Premier Matyaa Rakosi and his Vice Premier. Erno Geroe, i>th Jews, as well as the prominent Soviet propagandist flya Ehrenburg, Of Mr. Ehrenburg. ] i ;i Jew, M, Djilas said he was sinj n '• "swan songs" al tin nspired peace confer* nces A.M Reports Civil Rights Progress NEW yoi hai H %  of the rcporl President's Coi • %  ••ices, at I i Crge Truman To Keep On! ."Nazis ... do i % %  Mr. Moss told I %  un Is and coi nd undcsiral r." He i | a tion of antl Semit%  • %  %  instrumi i t Coi mni p litical ; II •Jewish Poets Win Awards In Mexico MEXICO CITY JTA Unkm Suzkever. of Tel Aviv, and s l "' ul Buenos Aires two noted Jewish poets were the I here of the Zvi Kessel prize award. I tor the best Jewish rarj works ol the year Suzkever was voted the 1200 prize foi his volume of poerns, In The Fire Wagon, while Katcherginsky was riven Ihe prize or his book, I Was v Partisan Rabbi Shmuel miner 5 ; r;; > Sl^r' %  pri tnm th K "> tmi tor his transls tion into Yiddish ol a part of the Talmud. German Claims Mount To lit Million NEW YORK tWNS) Jewish Individuals who were deprived of hc.r property b> the Nazi. wUI receive $18,000,000 a, ; bulk wtUementanegotiated with the I s z„nc of Germany : \ ', 2 in settlement of claims against individual Germans Th, Z ,„ nounced here the first annual meeting of the Jewish ReatltuUon or Oi station. 1. was stated thai more than 8:, percen \\ Z mu pressed by the JRSO for heirless or unclaimed property have now been successfully settled. fi>n> „.n ( US Labor Zionisfs Approve Part NEW YORK th wedding anniversary in conjunction with the Dov Chap ti Mizrachi Women's Organization, on Sunday evening. Januarj 4th. 6 p.m., at the Both El Congregation. Announcement of the affair was made this week by Mrs. Rose Per tea, Chapter president and chairman. Mrs. Pertes said that proceeds will go for the Children's Village in Renanna. Jsrael. Principal portion of the program will include a guest speaker and a inusicale. On the Dinner Committee are the Mesdames Maurice Weger, Fay Lurie, Gertrude Indjin, Bessie Rosenberg. Anna Block. Ida Stillman. Rachel Sakowitz and Max Newberger. E ca l k inli< k r>ilii|i ^oisj*l;l '"' L'nitcl Nations Aaso iation Ucationi are the basil on which runcUon Association meeting discussions tivel) than ever. M ; n -| lectures ire founded %  lo Mrs Manus Berman, Through their careful studv.' )., 1159 ; >\\ 4th Street, executive dl ,,,.,!. -mankind can 1. arn to unlt 1 "'"' dentand his brothers in foreign 1 pie in Ihe Miami area parj lands and to respect his Impulses ticipate directlj in the work and as well as his needs With peace ,! spirit ol the IN through the as our principal goal, we feel that Association, Mrs Berman said the Associations' aims can not but Among sel>. diiled activities are IKsupported by Miami's resiBali Dancers Hn| January 3rd, 41k The University of Man) present Dancers of Bali i Gamelan Orchestra from i lage of Pliatan, Itali. Ind Saturday and Sunday i January 3i : an 4tb, a'tkj County \n !;' num. Produce %  John fasl see,,,' i : Marrad i". the i h -• i ran %  A Of I Gde Mi The will dead l.i .r "! Bau the set n i J C'i'jrtyjrti ,n lest] be Su| Peal u II be dasssl choru lli I Keliy.ir i Proi 11 e tor the 1 the I niver; itj ol lli fund Arabs llaid lsr.-i>l liepoi JERUSALEM f JTA -Israel today lodged a strong protest with 1 A t "l J rda M lxed Armistice Committee against a raid b V a band of Arab infiltrees who stole a quantity of arms and ammuni ion near Jerusalem. Recently, a band of some 10 Arabs attacked arms depot near here and. after an exchange of fire with the Israel, Lards broke Into the building and made off with a quantitv of we.poS and ammunition. It was also announced that the Mixed ArmistfeeCom mission has found Jordan responsible for two new violations of the Armistice agreement. ,,,e UN Week and a regular radio pro gram appearing Sundays over sta lion WWPB at 2 p m with scripts by Professor and Mrs George K Smart Professor Smart ,~ a mem lr ol the English faculty at the University of Miami. The Association's meetings are principallj designed to participate in the IN s in;,in objective: peace. Members ham of the problems and discussions behind the scenesl thai motivate th;agendas ol the! international sessions in New York. According td Frederick Routh, Professor of Human Relations at University of Miami and preset of the Association, member pa are now open to Miami residents interested ln the United Nations u an organization for promoting world understanding. A $3 membership, Rootfa said, brings 12 i-ues of the UN Reporter and nine issues of the Peoples Section, a bulletin containing questions and discussions by CN Association members throughout the United States. A $5 membership brings, in ad dition the IN Quarterly, while the $10 membership entitles subsenbers to UN Reports and Surveys in addition to the other ma tenal available. Routh explained that these pub dents Among sponsors of the UN Association here are Senator Claude Pepper. Dean H. Franklin Williams, Pat Cannon, Professor William Munson, Dr. Donald Larson and Professor Smart. Mrs. Berman is in charge of memberships. Shochet Named To] Centennial Commit! Frank I.. Weil, chairman I Jewish Community Center I ] nial Committee, National i Welfare Board last week I ed the appointment Shochet. publisher of The, Florid lan. as a member Committees Public Board. Beth El Sisters Honor Guests Guests of honor at a luncheon held in the Strath Haven Hotel. Miami Beach, last Tuesday were Mrs. Harry Rifer. daughter of Rabbi B. Swirsky, Chicago, Illinois, and Mrs. Rachael Kaplan, daughter of the Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv, Israel. l ,ost at the luncheon was the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El. which took the occasion to honor the sister and aunt of Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual leader of Beth El. A Cheerful Swindling Thomas P^ U a hy, manager of the Better Business Bureau, will be guest speaker at the luncheon ?Z %  f ami Beach lMi ** N" 1591 B nai Bnth, on Tuesday. De cember 30th. 12:15 p.m.. t the Hotel. His subject will be How To Be Swindled Cheerfully Tender moment is shared by Danny Thomas aD c0 jl(n id in this scene from "The Jazz Singer." They ie ^^ the new Warner Brothers Technicolor m Paramount and Beach Theater*.



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JAY, DECEMBER 26, 1952 >ster Toloff tes Here At 60 ster Toloff. 60, of 225 Zamora jjue, passed away early Wedjay at his home following a illness. k, Toloff had a national repuon in portrait photography and well known in the Middle ,t when he had studios in Chi o. Illinois, and Davenport, Iowa.; %  ore coming to Miami five years I | he was in charge of the por-| audio of the New York Daily' \s portraits have been hung in best photographic salons in erica and abroad. Mr. Toloff a fellow of the Photographic fcety of America and of the Photaphers' Association of Amerce is survived by his wife, Lua brother, Joseph; and a sisMrs Helen Ray. Services were %  erda) at the Gordon Funeral ne. with Rabbis Jacob H. Kapland I-eon Kronish officiating. ^JenistncrXtiar? Obituaries .... II ,.f vl,',, U,(V •' !*WN M, of IM pcan Drive, riled >„, r ..-Mlr.s were ,,„ DeNmbtr 19th ai tbe Miami Beach Riverside! w i, Raff £ Mom M. -,i„.|.,rr omcWtlnS in I'll. MAR< "Service. SlTfiSl Connecticut, for Hei \ ii'ei were on I >• %  • i m i.e. Hat, a the Miami Beach River ?;,";:•."'"' <•;'•'Abraham cuJS ?. ru-tatlng. Intermenl nan on \|. -\, l.o c emetei \ lUllf buld Unveiling. JACOB ENKEV 75, a wint, vl %  toi. died on i..., %  ,...,. ''•'• %  •"' irvlved h/; daughter* Remains ,,,. sent to P UVn, -\. w York, foi services and int. i.n.-Mt b> the Miami Beach RlvarMAX MOOKB PAGE 11 A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW n£' OT i CB ,S "EREBY OIVEN that .-itW .1 >i 2 • *.F,tf-i.-i Mill flit HI*EH "." l f I *Sf ln Circuit ••curt of Dade County. Florida. — N i/?-s^i l ,IU:I:I >,ole owner lie dedication of a monument %  he memory of the late Mac j 1,1 formerly of 1060 NE leothj pace, North Miami Beach, will! lace Sunday, December 2fith, i m., on Mount Sinai Cemetery, J Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of-] ting. Mr. Gould is survived by I wife, Vivian; and his mother,! Yitta Golttb. Arrangements. in charge of Thurmond Monu|t Company. Friends and relaare asked to be present. |gle Unveiling |he dedication of a monument the memory of the late Louis ;!e. formerly of 420 SW 13th hue, will take place Sunday, Kmber 28th, 1:30 p.m., on unt Nebo Cemetery, with Rab| Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. j!e is survived by his wife, Ed >iii son, Max: four daughters, Bessie Kostcl, Mrs. Ethel fchelon. Mrs. Eva Chaiken and Rose Bauer; and six grand priren Arrangements are in p;e of Thurmond Monument Span] Friends and relatives asked to be present. SAIIAH STULANaER %  v ol 133; Pennsylvania, died on I '••. .nil,.-,JMII, She ,. lurv ivd by |,cr husband, Max. Remain* were ^.-m to Brooklyn, N.- Vork, for servh,and Int. MI., nt bj ii..Miami Beach RiverSill,-. IIAIIKV SOLOMON oi.. of 1120 Euclid Avenue, died on Decembei i'!>i He i survived bj Ins :f.-. i lara, Remains arere lent to Lllenvllle, Ne Vork, for aervlcea and Interment b> the Miami Beach Riverside. PERRY .\\n.ii: 58, of 126 Bui 11.1 Avenue I on Deremlx i 18th, ..i Ins home, He .aui vlved b] ins slater Arrangement* were b) the Beacb Memorial Chapel MALI QERSHENSON 7, of .Ml'; Alton Road, died on Decembei iTili She iIUI vlved bj four ton*, three daughters, .. brother, IT grandchildren and one greal grandchild !: %  malm i i aenl to I iel ro I Michigan, for services and Intermenl by ilnuordon Funeral Home. II.A SIMONS i".T. .^ IS80 Da) lo .;.. Road, died here, She isurvived by a son, Arthur: and .. daughter, Mrs Jessie Mill.>i Remains wen sent to New fork Cits for services and Intermenl by Gordon's Miami Ben. ). Funeral Home. ESTHER SIVIN .;:;. of 1560 Drexel Avenue, died here Stic Is survived b> hei huaband. Jack: .in.i .i son. Norn.:.!.. Remains were Dade Federal Is Given Permission To Open Branch A branch of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association has been authorized for Miami's southwest section. Announcement of the authorization was made last week in Washington by the Home Loan Bank Hoard, the Federal agency chartering and supervising operations of federal savings and loan associations. President of Dade Federal, Joseph M. Lipton. said here that he received the authorization by a phone call from the agency's secretary and that formal word for the go-ahead to establish the southwest branch is now in the mails. Lipton added that the new branch will be on SW 8th Street, "somewhere between 12th and 22nd Avenues." The new office will probably be opened before the first of the year, according to Lipton. Dade I Federal recently broke ground for a new building for its Allapattah branch at 14th Avenue and 36th I Street. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tne underalgned, desiring to encage in v.T.'.','.','":', 1 .'' 1 "'•' "'•""""s name ol MIRROR SCREEN PROCESS, at .161 • w. MI. si., int.nd t.. register said name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit of Dade County, Florida. C, M. MacL-AREN I.1 KULLER ,, I A. SI'IEUEL U' M I 'I'-9-16 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ro A I.I, TO W1I..M THESE PRESENTS SIIAI. I. COME, GREETIMiS: This is to certify that, whereas, Julius Nathan, Miami Beach. Fla A lice II. Miami Beach, I a Max Uopman, Miami Beac i, Fla. did on tbe Btta day of October, A.D i.,u, cauae to i,e jncoroorated under ii* provisions .,f Chapter 10096, l/uvs Eioi Ida, Acts of li2S, EIXIE1,AKE .'MIANV, a corporation, with Its Pi pa] plaoe "I business at Miami Beach, Dade County, in Hie State of Florida, and whereas the stockhol.leis .,f such corporation di.i on the STth da) .f Ocl .. A.D. 19a, Cauae to be nied m the office of the Secretary of State Of lhe State of Florida, a Ton seal of all the stockholders under the provisions .,f said Chaster is..'...;. Laws of l irlda, A.is of i!2-,, Showing the dissolution of sucb corporation, and th.Secretarj ,,f State is satisfied thai the requirements ..f Ian have heen compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set m> hand and have affixed the Oreal Seal of the state of Florida, Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 27th day •.:' i %  tobei \ I %  1952, l:. A ORAT, Secretary of state. fXEAL) 12 25 LEGAL NOTICE Adults Form Group The newly-formed Young Adult League of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will meet Monday evening at the Town Branch to hold elections and plan the coming year's agenda. DAY WORKERS $5 & FARE COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porteri Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3607 No Charge to Employer Hijamin Unveiling fhe dedication of a monument %  he memory of the late Jacob uamin, formerly of 752 NW %  Street, will take place Sun-| y. December 28th, 2 p.m., at I hint Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi! |\ Shapiro officiating. Mr. Ben nm is survived by his wife. Til two sons, Alan and Lee; and' %  6 -i indchildren. Arrange-! htare in charge of Thurmond hiiment Company. Friends and' Itives are asked to be present I ^MW& All Our Products Locally Manufactured Daily ON SALE EVERYWHERE! e Salami e Corned Beef 0 Chicken Salami • Pickled Tongue e Midget Salami • Franks e Garlic Rings e Knockwurst e Bologna e Griddles e Pastrami • Cocktail Franks e Rolled Beef • Skinless Franks >• • J* Freedman & M. Kophnn HEBREW BOOK STORK 417 Wtihlngtoa AT*. Miami Beach etween Fourth and Fifth St* iHsbrew Religious SuppHae Tr Synagogues and Private Also for Htbraw SchoUCnBD -DID TeiephoM 5-9017 BRAND •Tnon p f-rviDi) -mo tsravt \ ii liana I Kosher Sausage #'##.. In v. 239 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Phones 3-4225 3-6823 Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth •izr~' \. .w Sadye G. Rose 2"3 CORAL WAV Pnone 48-0781 vt&L* sH • Greeting Cards for All Occasions • Stst.onery Napkins and Matches Plain ..r P< i %  onallsed • Paper Table Covers and Towels • Gift Wrapping and Ribbons • Toys and Party Favors • School Supplies • Gifts I In f.i~t service for P* r vd il'" 1 ul 'nvltati.>tis • n*rmegrapha • Printed *) the bread l-bats naturally good IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155424 'OKA|, CONSTRUCTION 1 '.Ml'ANY. ;i Florida Corporation. Plaintiff, vs. KI,ISHA B. KAMI'S. IN and BAMI'SON. hi.-* wife, n Hi. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Tin: NAMI: OK THE SI'AI'K OK M.OKIHA TO: EL.ISHA B. SAMPSON, If livine, and SAMPSON, his wife. If living, whose last known residence ;is 1 old Essex Road, Manchester, Mass.; KITH W. SAMPSON, and if married her unknown spous... whose residen, -t is 417 South Street. SoiithbridKe, Miss.; MIS. DOKOTHV S. QRAVES, and ORAVES, her husband, whose residence i-i 10 Day Street. Westfleld, Mass LOUIS A. SAMPSON, and if married, his unknown apous whose residence la P. O. H"* 022OS, South Portland, Main-. ERNEST A. SAMPSON, and SAM I'SON, his -wife. WhOSB residence is watch lliii Road, Westerly, Rhode Island, KI.ISHA M SAMPSON and SAMPBON, i.is nrlfe, tvhoae realden B is 140 Bridge Slleet. .Mallellest,, Mass: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, deviaees, gTantees, creditors, or other parties c la I m l n K by, through, under or against. EI.ISIIA M SAMPSON, nor. known to l„. dead or alive but believed to b,. .1,-a.l: AND ALSO as to each of the above named Defenda.nl Indlvlduala, if the\ tn on the 2Mb day of January, A.D. 1933. Dated thla, isrd day of December, A.D. IMS. B. B. LEATHERMAN, • :ierk "f Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) B] N C STERRETT, i', putj Clerk 12 2.1 — 1 29-16-23 ^^^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that del signed, desiring to engage in bualm RS under Hie fictitious name of AIR-TJTE II o.M KS : AIR LITE BUILDERS: THE AIR-LITE HOME, at 400" s w 5th Terrace. Miami, 1 ...rid.i. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.Countv, Klorida. NORMAN I. OREENBERO and SHELDON CREENBERO %  Ola owners AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Owners 12/26 — 1/2-9-16 %  i j 1 1 \ % 



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PAGE 12 A +Jmtsti fkrkMat HE A JL^EMBER OR THE FIRST TIME In The History Of Miami! F —, T ., l %  r <. T • The Public Is Cordially Invited to attend The GRAND OPENING of the ISRAEL EXPOSITION AT MIAMI BEACH SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, at 4 pi*j 1604 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach See with you own eyes the dramatic and thrilling exhibit of the miraculous economic progress at the new State of Israel. See the more than 1,000 products of Israel's industry that give eloquent proof of this new democracy's march .toward %  ononiic freedom. JOSEPH CHERNEB Chairman. bra*! Exposition CotaaM** Admission *3r AlrA^mAUtom**



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liewiislb-IEIIiOiRidliiaup ANTI-KLAN CRUSADERS CITED BY THE LEAGUE MI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26, 1952 SEC. B Iritish Jewry Expresses Concern Over New Nazis LjJDON (JTA)-Board of Dep, ; British Jews in London L ,| a resolution expressing .,.,„, rn over the growth of movements and activities in r and urging the British _,,nni* r•> -•>. % 



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PAGE 2 B +Je*ishfh>rkUan FRIDAY, D ECEMBER Parliament Adopts Bill Granting Zionists Status Bjsfl JERUSALEM (JTM Tin Is1 i Parliament recently adopted the bill granting the world Zionist movement a special i< gal status in Israel. Immediately after passage. Premier David BenGmion traveled to the Jewish A .' my building where th Zionist Actions Committee was meetad presented the charter to that body, which is responsible for Zionist policy-making between world congresses. "Deep satisfaction" with the passage of the bill was expressed by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, cochairman of the Jewish Agency, at a press conference. The bill, he stressed, "regulates the Zionist j Organization's standing and func-1 tions in Israel and lays the foundations for its future work. It cnJev. ish coi on of ou _in t ; Hi advocated that fine tl rk in the Stati stoed ing but also partii ipate in the : Jewish life in An it such as communal welfare an 1 W'vapon Atjoinst Polio To Bi<> gtlstributvtl Uvrv Limited quantities of %  new n against infantile paralysis will be available In Dads Countv during the coming year, other aspects. He aaked thai nai '"•' 1 cta P£i v of thl Hvd (" ess has revealed here. row party Interests be su .merged Godtny Nov tnv ehapte r in the face of the broader prob manager, said the local Red Cross lems before the entire movement. Is .(.operating in a national pro"I am afraid of acute party strife which always was the curse of our lift' and winch lias always ruined us." Turning to the agreement on strengthening the American Ziongram for production of gamma globulin which is used in preventing — but not curing — the disease,, Novotny said it was estimated that enough gamma globulin to treat 2.000.000 children will be produced during 1953. The Red B w u. ist Council whose bread outuced du rhe Ke(J trusts the World Zionist Orgamzimes had been agreedI upon at ( K isj $7000000 for thal meeting of Premiei Ben Gurion < and the heads of the Zionist Ori„T, a ,, r-,,„. %  ---— ,, Local Red Cross leaders are g.im/ation el America, Hadassah. .. ... ... I attending a meeting in Atlanta this week in order to learn full ils of the program. ation with the right, indeed the task, of coordinating the func:; ins of all other overseas Jewish groups in Isri el "At the same time," Dr. Goldmann continue.!, "it increases the risibility of the We: Id Zionist Organiz tion to whom t pren e legislativi bi Ij of Israel ni .i such major tasks as i gulation of immigrate n am Labor Zionist Organization of America and the Mizrachi Organization of America—Dr. Goldmann praised il but added: "It i .-< n how it will work out." Replying to criticism that only four American Zionist groups were n ; i n nted at the colonization II is my hope that !V".'; y w:; Jews all • rorid and the p old mann ,'• %  World z.onwt ..,.,: .. rilI | ler Zionist groups would pi I held World Zionist Organ,: tion willl 1 *'? nm A l,M ID to th*. %  : •" • : ;." anrt n.eve ,h, • r "' ,! >" United States at tails of the agrei men! would be worked oft. 1 r.nd t the status | and K ted in eNew Years At Hialeah I" '-' % %  PlP of Hialc.ihMiami Spring* Jtw/sh belie Perry. At the piano"was 1 in the Community Center is making final | Emma Von Zamft United Stal h fol fthi planfor its New Year's Eve Par Gables ll'riih WOIIM'II IV;Hnr' v\ vioi At Meet • The B'nal Brit h Women of lables met on Tuesday at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Mrs A. Gurevitz. program chairman, presented a skit on, mittee meetings. Taking part were the Mcsdamls Helen Kurland, Dorothy Geiser-i n r. Gladys Bisler and Anna* .Bf TH PAVI P il Over 1.000 persons witnessed the dedication of the Beth L !" Religious School Building. Bernard A. Sterlinq, piesidat] the Congregation, presents the key to the School Builtfi Sanford Schwartz, representing the 700 students oi Beth] Religious School. I I I • >i I II t.'.tlis ti i to the Actions Con mittee, Dr. c; ted that the Zionist movement must .idnj.it a •new approach to thi '.t. Sylvia Lord. ty. accordinj to Phil Lyons, chair man of the Wednesday. December 31st affair. In charge of reservations are Mary Anny Berney and On Thursday, Mrs. MurrayBush was hostess at a B'nai B'rith Membership Party at her home, 2020 SW 24th Terrace. Mrs. Evelyn Fishalow was in charge of 11 v.itions. NCCJ Names Riegelman To Commission NEW YORK — Colonel Harold Riegelman, a leader for more than 30 years in public housing, finance and health, has been named national chairman of the Commission on Community Organizations of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, it was announced here by Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, president of the Conference. As head of the Commission, Colonel Riegelman will lead its 30 members, including nationally prominent leaders of men's and women's clubs, fraternal organizations, youth, veteran, labor and farm groups, in the Commission's program of stimulating Beach Students A Consecrated Here Bon Zion Ciinsburg. chai of the Religious School of tan ami Beach Jewish Cental nounces th t n w students of] school were consecrated special ceremony Saturdijr. These students, who either begun their studies i Religious School or have ea the Sunday School for the I time, vowed their ailegiamil the Torah and pledge to aim its precepts. Greetings were extended] Ginsburg; Mrs Theodore F off, president of the Center! and by Dianne Ruber.stein.ofJ last confirmation d Rabbi Irving Lclirmanch the children with their tional resp nsibilitiei |, Miniature' "Silver Dollar" Jake Schreiber receives a plaaue from the T.wn-v, u/„, u States. Miami Beach Post No. 330. "for pSSm^dJS^^ "* *• Uni,8d state and nation." Shown at the nreaemnS fE* u .? ,andina SerV1Ce to community. the Ladies' Auxiliary to .he Po*RoseHor L ^ll F'JS £ Na !" K l "' P resid < Soldz. Department commander; Na£na?P^^$ v TseTha^ V' EH* U Department commander; Schreiber; Hylan H. Kout Posi „££JXl Fnedman. past Alfred Waxman. spir.tual leader of the West Miami Jew^h S ei mSVSSS!^' *& partment commander; Doc Maurice Klein !" M nJ^T ^ n,er Bl1 Hoffheimes, past Decommander. Post No. 330. In ^^^^S^SJ^^l and Daniel Heller, fcr hi. work in behalf of the Armed Forces and TFZmEtti£i^^ § V*l ci,ed you do from the lias. It's what you do from th heart? ""^ 8 n0t what intergroupco on among the wen presenl i ,ntoe ,1 nation's civic and community asthe %  Delations, The Commission was organized Wj> n tf '#># Fttf in IM6, Dr. Clinchy said. Ex!" _, plaining the imp.rt..nce of its f*9.Y. F.XVVCIM speci.dized program, he pointed. The Business and Pra out that it was formed to enlist | Men's Sunda} morning in the fight against prejudice Bagel Exercise and Sportt "the vast strength of America's organizational life '. tons \ iotr ffmm> it..il. avld lias sme. Mii K vah Affair turned out t • view the First Annual Basketball Clinic spu' [ by the Beach Branch of th< Great | Jewish Community Center. of The Miami Beach Typhoon Squad, coached bv Ralph Rice, demonstrated fundamental playsl new rule changes and a foui' Mrs. A. Levine, president Beth David PTfT, announces that the first Bar and Bas MJtl •, Break!ast ,.f ,|,e season was --^ .. -.^ i inaaqajjaa cliiu a IOU1 r... ni iiujiur I shooting contest. Sandy Kaplan, uf the return of their son, Buddy given on Sunday. Donors for the breakfast were Mr. and Mrs. A Hayden i n honor Jaycees Sponsor Christmas Tour Miami Beach's newest hotel, the Algiers, played host here recently to members of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. Purpose of the affair was to get under way the Jaycees' latest project, a Holiday Shopping Tour. Jaycees officials said here they expect to see Chat every orphan and indigent child in the area has at least two dollars to spend at t: n. This will teach them to.give as well as to receive, they said. "Our club will actually take out these children and supervise them when they go shopping," a spokesman explained. will meet at the Greater Jewish Communitj 'enter Branch, on January 4th. The program includes with coffee, followed bf participation and body ing. Volleyball. Badmintosi play and weight lifting in* are among the activities f Closeup of the plaque awarded "Silver Dollar" Jake Schreiber by the Miami Beach Post No. 330. Jewish War Veterans of the United States. of the Typhoon Squad, won the foul-shooting contest with a perfect five-for-five record. The clinic was climaxed by an intra-squad battle in which the White Team downed the Gold Team by 32 to 15. from military school and Mr. and Mrs. A. Grossman in honor of Mr. Grossman's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. I. Sirkin have assumed chairmanship of these breakfasts for the season. Nw Yeor'B Party The West Miami Jewish Center will hold its New Year's Eve Party at the Center on Wednesday evening, December 31st. In charge ol tickets is M. Felson. f7 ol M Jf*fe School PremU* The University of School of Music present second in this yearVtj contemporary 'hamwr concerts at the Lowe G Main Campus recently -t public P"^, e of the Concert^ The first anywhere oi i Right Brass Instw^njJW, '"•• %  >* %  ..Lrm dore the Chamber The work has been music prepaid' p of StUm th 1*1 Dr. Modeste !" ^,g\ ducted a group of s'uae premiere. Other numbers on !" gram, which £j£'V Madame Benec Unw gfled Seven Spanish r j bv De Falla : P.Jf^ j Four Hands, by "' p^^, tt Walter Piston's Three 3^ Flute, CU" 0 1 %  ""



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.i>d>rEv K;* -J?PT : -?. :.:^f .TW^rT*5!?> j?s?j^r %  %  f jv2 .s**C'iT : 1HI iv^ttiiKcSj inAY^DECEMBER 26, 19S2 *J<2bLncrici£ari etters To The Editor PAGE 3 B |j-/i,' Jewish Floridian welcomes I from (tf readers express,r opinions o/ controveri.:?ues on the local, national international scenes. The I request that all letters £ publication t accompanied the writer'* name and ad%  %  tor, ( e Jewish Floridian: Eg 8 former Miamian, I look rv.ard with interest and pleasto each copy of your newsiper. As a personal friend of I Leo Mindlin, I also have conLrable admiration for his fluv m writing. When I read column in your issue of Dcinber 12th, I was appalled. have no wish to defend Mr. lishe Katz's political views. Mr. iU Is a lecturer who defends fuself well. And in addition, I hiive no quarrel with an honstraightforward opinion, t'wever, Mr. Mindlin's expreskns no longer represent logical %  buttal. They represent a kind hysterical, rabble rousing jmalism that has come to be %  ociated with Westbrook Pegand I am ashamed and emIrasscd that Mr. Mindlin atLpts to answer Mr. Katz in ch on undisciplined and irpkponsible manner. |i.. i me emphasize again that quarrel here is not with Mr. lindiin's opinions. I defend his \m\ i lght to express them. But, I a pe rson f some stature in the ami Jewish Community it does kt become him, for example, to [press himself thusly: ". (Mr. atz's listeners) seemed leased, chortling in gleeful fashat tattered, Party Line phras. and rubbing their bellies led full by capitalist Miami prolice I in uncontrollable mirth ovhis best witticisms portending i evil end for the industrialists." here is something very unIholesume about such writing. II am somewhat unclear about |r. Mindlin's ending reference. he referring to the purges of Be Thirties? And if so, is not reference to Lenin incorrect? orrect me please, about this. II shall look forward to seeing bis published in your Letters To he Editor Column. Thank you •ry much in advance. June Mindlin 270 Riverside Drive New York City iED. In response to your inluiru. Mr, Mindlin emphasized |is gratitude for your specific lillingneu to defend his right of Tee expression — a right, may fe lay in passing, accorded all Imericatu. He makes further lorn me in on the matter in his piumii this week.) Editorj The Jewish Floridian: Will please send to me if it [a possible any books you or your subscribers may have, if useless for them, on geography, hist .ry grammar, arithmetic, atlas, dictionary, sciences or literature? Especially interested I am to learn to study and to know USA and Florida the Sunshine State. F. R. Melgar PO Box 146 Madrid, Spain Editor, The Jewish Floridian: I would like to comment on the article by Nathan Ziprin concerning the Rosenberg case which appeared in The Jewish Floridian of December 5, 1952. As human beings and citizens of a free country, the 20 Israeli Rabbis were certainly within their rights in appealing for clemency for the Rosenbergs. And as for their violating any "Talmudic adage", I am sure the, Rabbis are very well qualified %  to decide whether they are guilty of such Talmudic transgressions. Mr. Ziprin's approach is so emotional that he fails to see the contradictions in his reasoning. Although he questions the wisdom of imposing the death sentence, he justifies it by suggesting that perhaps there was evidence which was not even made public because of its seriousness. That is only a guess. And since when do we have secret evidence, not made available to the jury and public, as the basis for conviction and imposing of a sentence? That is against the spirit of the Constitution and is more like star chamber methods used in totalitarian countries. Protests and appeals for clemency have been pouring in from eminent men from all parts of the world — from jurists, protesting the sentence and questioning the veracity of the witness, David Greenglass, whose testimony was the basis for the conviction and from scientists who assert that the "secrets" transmitted were no longer secrets at the time in question, and who testify that it was humanly impossible for Greenglass, who is not really a scientist, to remember and reproduce six years later the complicated diagrams and formulae used as evidence without outside "help". In view of the above, isn't it presumptuous for anyone to sit in judgment and question the right of another person to appeal for clemency? FRANK MUFSONE T^wn Branch ia y ,t%,H nCe "" held Qt ,he Grea,er Miami Jewish Community Center's sponsored hvtha Luc 7 ven,n The social is one of *• regular bi-monthly affairs cha" man Sn KPL r ^r' 0 Gr U £ The commillee ir charge includes William Speir, Fau !" d"'Joseph cT Freidman, Ruthe Easley, Howard Margolis. rtarie: 234 Physically Disabled Placed Two hundred and thirty-four physically handicapped persons were placed in employment during Physically Hand icapped Week here, according to statistics released by the Florida State Employment Service last week. Of these placements, 87 persons were veterans, Jonathan A. Bliss, manager said. A total of 88 employers asked for handicapped workers during the week's observance, October 4th through 11th. Total placement during the month of October was 241 persons, of which 93 were veterans. November marked a total of 239 handicapped, 99 being veterans. (pomplete and ^bepenJa^e c7i//e SetoHce M IAMI TITLC k abstract Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Titlt Insurance Policies of Kansas City Till* Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus A Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 3-1892 Folks in the Sotithwest Section will be glad to know DADE FEDERAL SAYINGS TAMIAMI BRANCH OFFICE WILL OPEN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26th. DOG RACING NIGHTLY (Except Sunday) fkst Tlatfai KENNELlUB A ISHMII HEATED Gfiffiffil the address will be 1359 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET "Tamiami Trail" y., so/nt time ago you folks in the Southwest Section asked us for a branch uLA. F*dlral SaWras is happy to announce that we are flow ormg.no S^JW|5Xt! WWAH, BRANCH office wi,i Jopen Mfe £7*353 IffiwSSlWiTSSl Soring, and Loan Insurance Co, !" rlZand EARN dividends twice a year for you at the current rat. of H% per annum. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI W JOSEPH M. LIPTON, President



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FAGE4B National Council Initiates Service Project For Blind A counselling service for the parents of pre-school age blind and partially sighted children has been instituted by the Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women as its first step in a proposed four point program to demonstrate the need for special services to these handicapped children in the area, according to Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, president of the Miami Division and member of the organization's Board of Governors. A series of six lectures and discussions is being conducted by Mrs. Louise Alpert on Thursday nights at 8 p.m.. in the. Ingraham Building. Mrs. Alpert was formerly with the Family Service and is now a member of Council. "Demonstration projects such as this are one phase of Council activities.'' Mrs. Levin said. "It ap pears that a need exists in the community which has heretofore been unmet. NCJW first conducts a survey to determine the extent of the need and then attempts toj determine the proper agency in' the community whose ultimate responJtislfk)rkUan It'nui H'vith Hum Danrr A Barn Dance and Box Supper will be the big event of the year's schedule for members of the Isaac Levin Lodge. B'nai B'rith. tomor row evening at the Coral Gables Women's Club. 1001 East Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Members will square dance to music by the Korn Kobs Orchestra. Tickets may be obtained from Morton Perry. Jack Falk or Rob ert Levin. No Biased Questions DENVER The Colorado Wy oming Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Offic ers voted a! its last meeting to delete from alt uniiorm application blanks any reference to race, religion or church preference I oin 111 •!••" droup ISNIM'S Work On Florida Farm* Miami District Office of the US Department of Commerce has available copies of the 1950 US Census *f Agriculture for Florida by counties and state economic areas. The report contains 252 pages and includes a presentation of statistics by state tables, county tables, state economic area tablet and minor civil division tables. It portrays farm activity in dei tail, including such information as the number of farm operators I and their age. the number of I farms reporting, amount of land I owned, rented and managed, land area, cropland harvested, cropj land used for pasture, value of | land and buildings and residence j of farm operator. Copies are available at 94? Jeybold Building. Honor n,,^ Na Ratner D d the Miami BeachCh^H 7on.wa.s h ono d ^u3 f the L o rganiti„n | as S the Shoremcle Hotel M Melvin Richards M iam councilman, prcsenj ^ Ratner on behalf 0 f ?h for his leadership | in the "T ":,."-'.-*> A color film, depictin B k, done at the l'ni Vcr 8 he H and its achievement' \A Of*..and sciences. '£• %  Sam Berger. pre s j dent chapter, was chairman of kTJ Q^&op Above are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacobs photoqraphed on the eve cf Mr. Jacobs' election to the National Board of Directors, Workmen's Circle of the State of Florida. The term of office is from 1952 through 1954. and sessions of the Board will be held in New York City through tomorrow, December 27th. On Mr. Jacobs' return here, he will render reports to Branch No. 207, Atlanta. Georgia; Branch No. 441, Jacksonville, Florida; and to branches of Greater Miami. Active in the formation of Branches No. 692, 699 and 1050 here. Mr. Jacobs has been a Floridian since 1925. and a Miami resident for the past 16 years. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs will attend the wedding of their grandson. Harris Jacobs, in Rome. Georgia, on Sunday. w A m TI;D Information is being sought of Harry Rosen, in behalf of his former wife, Anna, who has failed to receive any financial aid for quite some time and is now in need of assistance. Rosen, or Harry Stone, was born on April 5. 1900. in New York City. He is 5 feet. 10 inches tall, weight 184 pounds, has dark brown hair. blue eyes, scar on chin and worked as a truck driver. Anyone aware of this man's present whereabouts is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 105 Nassau Street, New York 38. New York. Sonntag TB22I Restaurant 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. — Phone 5-3495 DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9 # atvrinq lor Aii 4h< ashtns Under Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth STAB RBSTAlJRAirr SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER A no A La Carte Same Delicious Foods Same Management 841 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9182 Sol Cohen Heads North Shore Center Sol Cohen has been elected president of the North Shore Jewish Center. Cohen served formerly as vice president and chairman of the Center's Finance Committee. He has resided in Miami Beach since 1948. 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)AY. DECEMBER 26, 1952 +Jewi$t thridian PAGE 5 B* ear. apparently anticipat| ing their withdrawal This immediate problem of the NCRAC was eliscussed by the executive committee of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds The committee expressed the opinion that the member community welfare funds of the CJFWF had made their allocations to the two agencies for 1952 on the premise of a full year's dues from the AJC and ADL It therefore voted to take up the question of completing their first 1952 payments to the National Community Relations Advisory Council with the two agencies The NCRAC budget for 1953 will be $160,000 ... It will seek the support of all federations and welfare funds rather than restricting itself, as in the past, to its own member auencies. before the agreement is carried out First, the American Zionist leaders who concluded the agreement in Jerusalem will have to present it to their memberships in the US for dis-i cussion Second, there will have to be a Zionist Assembly convoked here of delegates from all Zionist groups in the country to make final decisions with regard to the agreement Before the Assembly is convoked, plenty of time will be lost in discussion and bargaining on the mode of the elections to the Assembly, which is intended to be a kind of an American Zionist Congress Some Zionist groups here want the elections to be conducted on the basis of the sale of Shekolim Others, who have a large membership — like the Zionist Organization of American and the H-dassah—want repreS( ntation in the Assembly on the basis of membership Even after the Assembly is held and the Jerusalem pact ratified by all groups concerned, there will be a good deal ot bargaining as to who shall be the head of the expanded Ameiican Zionist Council ... All this points to the fact that then will be a very lively Zionist winter season this year with discussions on basic problems directly affecting the American Zionist movement • • WITHIN JEWISH TRADITION The story about Ben-Gurion*s seeking Rabbinic authority on the troublesome question of drafting orthodox women into the services is an exhilirating one since it represents compliance with the Jewish traditional approach to problems of that sort. It would indeed be an anomaly if the head of a Jewish state were to ignore rabbinic opinion on a matter affectingreligious convictions. Ultra-orthodox opinion in Israel has fought the conscription of religious women, but the more moderate orthodox elements are seemingly inclined toward compromise. We do not question the sincerity of the Rabbis who are unalterably opposed to the inclusion of women in the services. Yet we feel their judgment cannot be wholly objective when they are part of the government scheme. By going to a Rabbi who is wholly detached from political ife. Ben-Gurion has demonstrated a highly laudable purpose. ZIONIST ISSUES: Zionists in America will be busy for the next six months discussing the agreement reached in Jerusalem on the expansion of the American Zionist Council. it is one Hunt: to reach an agreement in Israel and quite another to see it implemented in the United States Those who know the inside situation estimate thai H will take at least sis Come this V'v'JjS^ KtUi HN aewftea Ut.n % %  > aiill #• •'• b "*f!'' !ftf • r. lighter! Tit. iplandor. con.anianeo and ho.P ,,ll,, "' CONDAOO BEACH HOTEL off.r jutl tho right combm.iioi. of old world amoph.r and modofn t*M* Xin* conditioned guatt room, with privato *>•* d T.'^ comfortably.V.ciouily MUU4. Enjoy th. *^.**fT** of .Kiting ad.enturat within boautifully landtcapad growm YAHRZEIT DATES AT A GLANCE! FREE TO OUR READERS! Seventh Edition Of Famous 24Year Hebrew-English Calendar Goes Up To 1955. Mr** b**ch, salt atar pool, cabanas, • •unit courts cocktail hour, dining, dancing. Convaniant to tailing, fithing, -idiag, golf and u*'• sightsaaing. The new edition of .he calendar! J Hebrew and KngUsh dates fr „m ItM to I** A" %  holidays to 1961„. J. HIINZ CO., D.pt Pittsburgh 30, Pa. JJ Bills. PT i % %  Hi %  JHWaalaMa&S.^SSl



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PAGE 6 B +Jewish fhrfcUar FRIDAY. MADE EASY] Puhhshcd Mow >s another in a scries of lessons in modern conversational H P i be publuhed weekly by The Jewish Floridian. The complete series conatitutej Ul rt S providing (he fundamentah of the language as it is noto spoken in Israel and it | C "7 e a "Nj book. Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spector, faculty member at the l/w,'r e ,? 4 ""'lak ami Beach. Wiii and •ubeefltieirt lessons iciJI appear here in Conjunction u-ith a dw, V.M radio rtati 11 HWBM on Smidays at 2 p.m. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew the J" 0 """* drink? t — %  "*' Gables Sisters See Film Students Conduct leue 8 ivc mc $omc > ff <*~ Be-vak-ka-shah ten li kafe Sisterhood of the Coral Cables Jewish Center met on Monday to view a film entitled. Preface To Life Dr, Spirer. of the Universit) oi .Miami, was commentator I WANT MY MILK Eitab. im'+XQ /t And Be Sure m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENTZEI Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Product!" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at nd of Bird Rd. A enapp.r Cr., k Fete At Beach PTA Center A program in celebration <>f luka was presented for the students of th. Mi Beach ntei Religii us s : 1] on Sunday. fes\ • began in the with Chanuka games tl traditional exchange of A < • inuka play entitled. The Bu;mng Torch, under the died 1 [ tin Gershon Miller, .. candli emonj by children of Add.i nal entertainment wai i provided by Carl Prenit vet, Jr., pri mat I nette show.! ett< show. A special Chanuka Luncheon j culminated the festivities, pre-1 pared and served I y the PTA. LA With milk or sweet cream? Be ha lav 'o be-sham-me-net;, fc me-tu-kah? With sweet cream r —And the lady? J Be sliam-mf net me-tu-kah v Ve-ha-ge-w-ret?, 1 wish (f) to have a glass of 'A ni ro-tah kos ha-lav f milk stmmkf Hearty appetite Le-te'a-von A m Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company. Sew York City M sons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector. care of The levM Flor.dian. and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50. MANISCHEWITZ chicken soup Lhrenj Window Co., Inc. PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES 3044 S. W. 28th Lone PHONE 4-2503 .ov PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. %  •UtMl kriplKk •M#t1 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE .yg g "g PLATE ad WINDOW GLASS rurnltur. Tope. IMU Mirror, and Rearing Our Specify W fiftS"" OI,d ******* Works • I IMI llS Of MANISCMIWllJ MAIZO 6e or Phon Ma NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9911 LIFE INSURANCE NEED* MttropolitJn Life Ins Co •0? BU'jym Bidg 1 W. Flag „ at. GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS .Miami 710 S.W. 12th AVE. Phone 3-3431 .Miami Hoacli 1333 DADE BLVD. Phone 5-7677 24-Hour Ambulance Service B. W. BENNETT. Funeral Director WINZ Proudly Presents The Noted Playwright and Commentator MORRIS NASATIR Directing THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY Sunday 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuetday 7 to 8 p.m. Listen to our new Sunday Feature "MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR" !" b u '!" T Public Demand NEWS FROM ISRAELHAROLD SHAPIRO Gueet Commentator HAROLD KANE Muaical Adviser Miami's On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish Community SinceISS Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5921



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tmggg&gKgB/Sgmgmogaaii^f FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1952 +JewistnrMi~r, Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) PAGE 7B UNITED NATIONS It seems, by emotions and I unlikely that a United Nations exaggerati Lppeal for direct negotiations to (bring about a peace settlement in %  Palestine will meet with the same (swift response from the Arabs as^ Ithe pr< vioua United Nations apP : ,1 for direct negoiions which (! in the present armistice i merits. The atmosphere is different. |Tho Arabs were in confused disIorder in 1948; they had suffered a suits of catastrophic military [defeats. Moreover, they realized Ithin that the weight of public lopiniin and particularly Ameri[can opinion was on the side of IsIracl. Now, they have licked their I wounds, and they believe too [that, as a result of the elections, there has been a change in the Amu lean stand on the Palestine issue It may be wishful thinking, [but they have certainly convinced themselves that Presidentelect Eisenhower and Secretary[of-State designate John Foster Dulles will be more sympathetic t iward their cause than President Truman and Secretary of State Aches, n. N'I t i inly do they base their belief on their assumption that most Jews -uppoitcd and voted for (Governor Stevenson, but they art in the fact that Mr. IDulles when he was running for the L'S Senate against Senator' n had declared that he was | in favor of the internationalizing i of Jerusalem. Thus, there is unlikely to be any direct negotiations until a time when the Arabs realize that the new American administration I intend to make any great chances in its policy toward the East—and that will not be t.l] the spring at the earliest. Asi le from these calculations, 01 hful hopes, the Arab delegate here say privately that they aid that a peace settlement %  iu ar e not given to ( a very small number) assert thai brail i become the economic masters of the area. Apparently, th ; la not so much the fact .hatl Israel has such a high proportion' of experienced technicians but because of the American dollars which the Arabs believe arc pouring into the country. Once there is a peace settlement, the Arab States are likely to receive substantial loans, but the Arab delegates here are not impressed by this, although they are now saying that they are willing to aceept Point F(,ur Aid. At the same time, as Ambassador Abba S. Eban said, in presenting Irael's "blue print for peace" here, "there are special reasons which cause us to believe that an active quest for peace now holds more promise than before." There have been great changes in the Arab States; nearly all of them have new governments and rrost of these governments now realize that it is only a question of time before theyj will have to agree to a peace settlement. That is why the violent speeches here by the Arab delegates, some of whom indulged in antiSemitism utterances, are considered by many "neutral" diplomats here to be a "last fling" for the benefit of the local populace before knuckling under the political reality and agreeing to direct negotiations. Despite these Arab denunciations which are becoming harder j to take heie, especially 'after the Israeli delegate's eloquent and statesmanlike peace proposal, it is noted here that are Arab delegates have announced their adherence to the United Nations resolution setting up the State of P^^^^^Z^I^J^^^^ ers Hotel sip; president Irving'Cypen; 7£££ ^aS?** 5 ^ D n Michn Qnd A1 0s Dr. Herman Mechlowi.z Jas program chairman plaque in, appreciation of his efforts. in Palestine would lead to Israel Israel for the first time. This may ling the dominant power in the Middle East within ten years. Those who are not carried away have been just part of their maneuvers here, but is considered significant. STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK SOUTH MIAMI'S M08T BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY Pre-deyelopmenl prices at this time PALMETTO ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI PH. 67-3669 Bernard E. Supworth, Pres. Nationally known hotel operator David Rosner this week announced the formal opening of his Hotel Good for the 1952-53 season. Situated on the ocean front at 43rd Street and Collins Avenue, the hotel has a private beach, cocktail lounge, recreation room and a distinguished dining room which caters to the public, as well as to guests. Rosner has been in the hotel business here for the past 17 years. JHSO Deadline NEW VORS _Th Jov.ish ResI titution Successor Organization has announced that no turther petitions of persons who failed to file claims within the time prescribed by the existing restitution laws Will be considered by it after January 1, 1953. Laxative Slavery j ended by natural relief I Stop taking harsh laxatives! Every I breakfast, enjoy a generous bowlj ful (about Vfc cup) of crisp, toasty ; Kellogg's ALL-BRAN-it's the natui ral laxative cereal that may help you back to youthful regularity, I lost because of lack of bulk in your | diet, ALL-BRAN is the only type I rea

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+Je*isl> ncrkften
!*LDECDgg26 l9j2
Weizmann-- Remembrance
dieted to undcrstatt ment nd
could make a point far more ef-
fectively by a shaft of Q"*6* irony
than most others by extravagant
claim.
There was the itory told many
vears ago of a well-intentioned
By JULIAN LOUIS MELTZER
. On a warm and sunny November afternoon in Israel three
years ago. I sat in a handsomely-appointed study of a gracious
home that matched the air of elegance and comfort which are
typical of an English country house. Fine volumes, fine paintmus
and exquisite objects d'art, which showed they had been selected
with a connoisseur's unerring
taste, expressed the cultured per-
sonality of the household. The ob-
long library seemed visibly to
contain the distilled essence of
knowledge, culture and that in-
imitable artistry of living which
one instinctively associates witth
the milieu of great people.
It was the first of November, a
day before the official inaugura- j
tion ceremony of the Weizmann I
Institute of Science in 1949. I had j
come to interview President
Chaim Weizmann in anticipation
of that crowning event in Ins
lung and active life, the formal
dication of the Institute of
Science which he cherished so
deeply.
The last time I had interviewed
him for a newspaper article had
b"en five yeai liei. on ti
eve "I his Tilth birthday He had
i remarkable memory for names.
dates and places of earlier meet- ib~-^hb .^~ -,_ ~ ttTff t' *rf --
ings, and hi 1 call d di tails that
I had forgotten.
The President sat in an arm-
chair before me, speaking in his
fan iliai ly low 1 ut musical voice.
He ruminated aloud on what ln-
felt ought to l the Institute's
and Israel's contribution! to the
advancement of human welfare.
The Institute's departments
had already rendered some valu-
able services (0 the 1948 W I
ition, although this was still
not "offic Killy" open. Dr, Weiz-
mann spoke of them and survej
ed the tasks and responsibilities
winch he no i for the Re-
tlOVOth Institute in Its relation
ship to tl e S'.ate.
Then, in the course of his mus-
. he said:
"Of course, there an also the
workshops at the Institute. We'vi
put a good deal into
're indispensabli to any in-
stitute of science, ,.nd much more
so in a small country like ours
you 1 annot net equipn 1 ".1
and machinery repaired as quick-
ly .is in a larger country. Our
own workshops here in Rehovoth
isl e able to inufacture any-
thing from a pin to a battleship."
Having utti red 1 tu! lig-
i speech, his usually somber humanism,
nci broki into an engag keen, in< Ive, delicately-poised, Suddenly, the President indi-
um smile, ami lie added, with'of characteristic wrynes A one rated a cornet of om laboratory
twinkling 1 I ['ho had been nurtured in the j which was filled with retorts and
tacles "I don't, however, sup I 1-1 "Now there's
UN Resolution Asks Contesting
Parties To Cease All Hostilities
President of the United States Harry S. Truman (left) greets
President of Israel Dr. Chaim Weizmann at the White House
in Washington. D.C., some time before the latter's death in
Rehovoth last month. President Truman is shown accepting
a Scroll of Law horn Dr. Weizmann tendered him in behalf
of the Jewish nation for his active and spiritual support.
pose we shall be asked to help in if somewhat portentious visitor,
building up the Israel Navy just apparently someone of impor-
tance, else Dr. Weizmann would
Dr. Wi i/mann was famous for I ...
. ., ,, jlnot have escorted him on a tour
his spaikling wit. His friends and
others who met him eagerly "f lhv laboratories. The visitor
awaited these spontaneous and u ;'-s persistent in questioning Dr.
bi illiant sallies which came quite I Weizmann on the character of the
unexpectedly. He could convey research work then in progress.
more in what appeared to be a| Although adhering to the ad-
casual aside 01 afterthought than|entific code ol reticence which
many another in a long and care-j forbids revealing details of un-
fully-ji address It was the Completed processes. 1); Wei/-
human quality in him. the abiliyimann was doing Ins best with
to allow his facility of mordant customary urbanity ;,nd charm to
; to tianshte abstract con- interpret the scientific program
cepts mple terms. j in terms understandable to the
That humor, or that layman. He saw. however, that
,. he was only mystifying the other.
a propect going on which I think
is the finest Ive ever known.
It's n ally something important."
Overawed and impressed, the
visitor asked what it was.
"I'll let the man in charge ex-
pound," Dr. Weizmann replied,
beckoning to a white-coated as-
sistant.
When the man approached he
asked. "What are you doing over
there in the corner?"
"Boiling water for tea," was
the answei.
"You see'" Dr. Weizmann ex-
claimed triumphantly, turning to
the visitor.
He was no less observant and
concerned for the little things as
well as the great things. His
autobiography, Trial And Error,
abounds in these unexpected in-
sights on his character. When the
Sicff Research Institute was
planned in 1933, and he had be-
gun to semi invitations to some of
Germany's outstanding scientists
to come to Israel, Weizmann in-
sisted on a club-house'es being
built to catel to the amenities of
the staff.
He had the vacant land at the
back of the Sieff Institute build-
ing laid out and planted with
pines and other shade-trees "so
that scientists can have a place
when- to walk and think." He
added at the time, "Scientists, too.
like a pleasant spot to spend away
from the laboratory."
He had an ineffable gift for
tidiness and order. He hated to
see refuge or discarded litter on
the floors or in the grounds of
the Weizmann Institute. He tells
the story himself in Trial And Er-
ror how his insistence upon
cleanliness eventually came to be
obeyed by chauffeurs who
brought visitors to the place.
But he omitted mention of one
important fact: whenever he
walked along a corridor in any
of the buildings and happened to
notice a cigarette stub carelessly
ground underheel. he would stoop
and pick it up. placing it care-
fully in the nearest wall recep-
tacle. That practice soon taught
its general lesson, and cigarette
ends or spent matches were no
longer to be seen. It was a sim-
*-, *,., ~m
tu.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann mn^
among prince. pr,n >M
he never lost th(. CJ^*- J
W
He Spoke iML"Baa
Yiddish with t e im.j "M
whom he encountered on ^1
many Journeys around the wort?!
He could f,d a felicitous pS
in many languages. There 1Z<
occasion whi n he spok- b*wl
the An..l_A..........' _e *tnW
Anglo-American CmSM
of Inquiry on Palestine in -
alsoli
claims, h j
1*
end. in uiging a political soluu ]
in lavor of tl 1 Jewish claim.TI
coined the classic phrase thin
so doing the Committee would W
pursuing "the |l:. f least ln.
tice." It Illustrated his gift j, I
nnder-emphasis.
There was 01 spot attheWw. j
mann Institute in which he loved ]
to sit and _V:t. jac^ j
Goldenberg Library in the Phi. j
sics and Physical Chemutir 1
Building. It had been given I* I
the Weizmann Institute by the ]
Goldenberg family of Minna- j
polis, Minnesota, in memorj of |
their father.
On the northern window aj
the emblem of a chemical for*!
ula: the symbol of one of tag]
group of polycyclic hydrocarbon;]
which Dr. Weizmann isolated a]
1904, thereby initiating an entire-1
ly new approach through orgaac, j
chemistry to cancer causing suk> 3
stances.
The southern window lookedj
out on the lovely garden betwm
the Physics Building and tot !
Sieff Institute, and it was a pe-
rennial joy to him to be there.
It is that image of Dr. Chain
Weizmann, scientist and state*
man, that those who nw him it
the Institute in the last years of
his life will forevei remember
a giant weary and exhausted by
the many decades of toil. bearof
the burdens of his peoples wo*
and yearning, refreshing himief
at the tountain of knowledge aal
wisdom and recapturing tin
moods and melodies of scienc*
in the atmosphere he loved bet
His spirit will surely never 4* j
part those preen
UNITED NATIONS (JTA Si* "n il rs" last -..
introduced in the United Nations General A sembly's Special Poli-
Committe* a resolution calling 01 hot th< Aral
States to enter into direct negotiatii edial
oi their differences.
The resolution, introduced by Finn Moe, ol Norway, was spon-
sored by Canada, Denmark. Ecu-
dor, the Netherlands. Norway
and Uruguay. It has the support
of the Israel delegation, wh e
chief, Abba Ebun, 1 ai her this
week urged the United Nat
to make every effort to bring the
two sides together. Western Pow-
i s support of the resolution il
expected.
The six-power resolution asks
ail parties to "desist from any
further acts of hostility" and urg-
1 the governments concerned to
enter into direct negotiations for
settlement of their outstanding
differences. It proposes that the
services of the UN Palestine Con-
ciliation Commission should be
available for this purpose, if cle-
. ed.<
Ahmed Bhykeiri, of Syria, the
only Arab representative to
.speak, di Mr. Mot's spi
appealing for peace negotiations
as a "noble appeal,"' but added
that Israel would have to prove
her peaceful intentions. He Stres-
sed I
I IKI t
cunti astin |
ation
bs' "desire foi peai 1
concilii ittitude
u with charges that
liation at-
the
tempts I ad failed of
Israelis.
He stated that the Arabi would
not "resist" dii
they w n based on the pi in< iples
QN C
ter. He said thai the Arab
cepted the Norwei
peai and were prepared to
by A 1 solutions but
doubted that Israel would do so
outside th halls Of the G
\
Before the Norwegian
sentstive .-poke. Pierri Ordon
in ruh chairman of the
Conciliation Commission, made a
tat. iii nt in whil h he pi aiw 1
foi it- 1 eement to 11
blocked Arab ,'unds. He said the
formula 1 I 1 irael would
the majority of th<
counts. Ho admit) -i t. at the
Commission had been unable to
approai h" to the
1 '
nical pn
ui (: ...- ion,; ; lion 1
Arab refuj
Calli For UN Move
fn to introduction of this
\ idor AI
B S Khan had told IN
sra th.it th United Nation-.
shoul I e every effort
about direct ni tween
the Arab si i,- B
"We've trii I every 01
"f hringii il and they
h a. all 1 id. 1.' M, 1
Ha d- ibed thi :, with
'ispuu.-
'.-. unique in that it m i
Di :. 7. ich I
srties

I ven betwei n the Sovin I
the Western Powi
' he pointed out
I 01
ad the
""' !' tO the
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Israel's first President. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who pjjj
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who escaped Nazi Germany in the early thirties an jronl i
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PAGE 8 B +Je*isl> ncrkften !" *LDECDgg26 l9j2 Weizmann-Remembrance dieted to undcrstatt ment nd could make a point far more effectively by a shaft of Q"* 6 irony than most others by extravagant claim. There was the itory told many vears ago of a well-intentioned By JULIAN LOUIS MELTZER On a warm and sunny November afternoon in Israel three years ago. I sat in a handsomely-appointed study of a gracious home that matched the air of elegance and comfort which are typical of an English country house. Fine volumes, fine paintmus and exquisite objects d'art, which showed they had been selected with a connoisseur's unerring taste, expressed the cultured personality of the household. The oblong library seemed visibly to contain the distilled essence of knowledge, culture and that inimitable artistry of living which one instinctively associates witth the milieu of great people. It was the first of November, a day before the official inauguraj tion ceremony of the Weizmann I Institute of Science in 1949. I had j come to interview President Chaim Weizmann in anticipation of that crowning event in Ins lung and active life, the formal dication of the Institute of Science which he cherished so deeply. The last time I had interviewed him for a newspaper article had b"en five yeai •'• liei. on ti eve "I his Tilth birthday He had i remarkable memory for names. dates and places of earlier meet— IB~ -^HB — .^~ -,_ —~ •— ttT ff t' *rf ings, and hi 1 call d di tails that I had forgotten. The President sat in an armchair before me, speaking in his fan iliai ly low 1 ut musical voice. He ruminated aloud on what lnfelt ought to l the Institute's and Israel's contribution! to the advancement of human welfare. The Institute's departments had already rendered some valuable services (0 the 1948 W I ition, although this was still not "offic Killy" open. Dr, Weizmann spoke of them and survej ed the tasks and responsibilities winch he no • i for the RetlOVOth Institute in Its relation ship to tl e S'.ate. Then, in the course of his mus. he said: "Of course, there an also the workshops at the Institute. We'vi put a good deal into 're indispensabli to any institute of science, ,.nd much more so in a small country like ours you 1 annot net equipn 1 ".1 and machinery repaired as quickly .is in a larger country. Our own workshops here in Rehovoth isl e able to inufacture anything from a pin to a battleship." Having utti red 1 tu! lig%  i speech, his usually somber humanism, nci broki into an engag keen, in< Ive, delicately-poised, Suddenly, the President indium smile, ami lie added, with o f characteristic wrynes A one rated a cornet of om laboratory twinkling 1 I [ 'ho had been nurtured in the j which was filled with retorts and tacles "I don't, however, sup I 1-1 • "Now there's UN Resolution Asks Contesting Parties To Cease All Hostilities President of the United States Harry S. Truman (left) greets President of Israel Dr. Chaim Weizmann at the White House in Washington. D.C., some time before the latter's death in Rehovoth last month. President Truman is shown accepting a Scroll of Law horn Dr. Weizmann tendered him in behalf of the Jewish nation for his active and spiritual support. pose we shall be asked to help in if somewhat portentious visitor, building up the Israel Navy just apparently someone of importance, else Dr. Weizmann would Dr. Wi i/mann was famous for I ... ., ,, jlnot have escorted him on a tour his spaikling wit. His friends and others who met him eagerly f lhv laboratories. The visitor awaited these spontaneous and u ; 's persistent in questioning Dr. bi illiant sallies which came quite I Weizmann on the character of the unexpectedly. He could convey research work then in progress. more in what appeared to be a| Although adhering to the adcasual aside 01 afterthought than|entific code ol reticence which many another in a long and care-j forbids revealing details of unfully-ji address It was the Completed processes. 1); Wei/human quality in him. the abiliyimann was doing Ins best with to allow his facility of mordant customary urbanity ;,nd charm to ; to tianshte abstract coninterpret the scientific program cepts • mple terms. j in terms understandable to the That humor, or that layman. He saw. however, that ,.„ he was only mystifying the other. a propect going on which I think is the finest Ive ever known. It's n ally something important." Overawed and impressed, the visitor asked what it was. "I'll let the man in charge expound," Dr. Weizmann replied, beckoning to a white-coated assistant. When the man approached he asked. "What are you doing over there in the corner?" "Boiling water for tea," was the answei. "You see'" Dr. Weizmann exclaimed triumphantly, turning to the visitor. He was no less observant and concerned for the little things as well as the great things. His autobiography, Trial And Error, abounds in these unexpected insights on his character. When the Sicff Research Institute was planned in 1933, and he had begun to semi invitations to some of Germany's outstanding scientists to come to Israel, Weizmann insisted on a club-house'es being built to catel to the amenities of the staff. He had the vacant land at the back of the Sieff Institute building laid out and planted with pines and other shade-trees "so that scientists can have a place whento walk and think." He added at the time, "Scientists, too. like a pleasant spot to spend away from the laboratory." He had an ineffable gift for tidiness and order. He hated to see refuge or discarded litter on the floors or in the grounds of the Weizmann Institute. He tells the story himself in Trial And Error how his insistence upon cleanliness eventually came to be obeyed by chauffeurs who brought visitors to the place. But he omitted mention of one important fact: whenever he walked along a corridor in any of the buildings and happened to notice a cigarette stub carelessly ground underheel. he would stoop and pick it up. placing it carefully in the nearest wall receptacle. That practice soon taught its general lesson, and cigarette ends or spent matches were no longer to be seen. It was a sim*-, *„,., „£~m tu. Dr. Chaim Weizmann mn ^ among prince. .„„ pr „, n !" >M he never lost th( C J^* !" J W He S poke iML"Baa Yiddish with t e %  im.j "M whom he encountered on ^1 many Journeys around the wort?! He could f„,d a felicitous pS in many languages. There 1Z< occasion whi n he spokb*wl the An..l„_A„ e *tnW Anglo-American CmSM of Inquiry on Palestine in %  •alsoli claims, h j 1* end. in uiging a political sol uu ] in lavor of tl 1 Jewish claim.TI coined the classic phrase thin so doing the Committee would W pursuing "the | l: „. „f least ln tice." It Illustrated his gift j, I nnder-emphasis. There was 01 spot attheWw. j mann Institute in which he loved ] to sit and • V:t j ac ^ j Goldenberg Library in the Phi. j sics and Physical Chemutir 1 Building. It had been given I* I the Weizmann Institute by the %  ] Goldenberg family of Minnaj polis, Minnesota, in memorj of | their father. On the northern window aj the emblem of a chemical for*! ula: the symbol of one of tag] group of polycyclic hydrocarbon;] which Dr. Weizmann isolated a] 1904, thereby initiating an entire-1 ly new approach through orgaac, j chemistry to cancer causing suk> 3 stances. The southern window lookedj out on the lovely garden betwm the Physics Building and tot Sieff Institute, and it was a perennial joy to him to be there. It is that image of Dr. Chain Weizmann, scientist and state* man, that those who nw him it the Institute in the last years of his life will forevei remember— a giant weary and exhausted by the many decades of toil. bearof the burdens of his peoples wo* and yearning, refreshing himief at the tountain of knowledge aal wisdom and recapturing tin moods and melodies of scienc* in the atmosphere he loved bet His spirit will surely never 4* j part those preen UNITED NATIONS (JTA — Si* "n il rs" last -.. introduced in the United Nations General A sembly's Special PoliCommitte* a resolution calling 01 hot th< Aral States to enter into direct negotiatii edial oi their differences. The resolution, introduced by Finn Moe, ol Norway, was sponsored by Canada, Denmark. Ecudor, the Netherlands. Norway and Uruguay. It has the support of the Israel delegation, wh e chief, Abba Ebun, 1 ai her this week urged the United Nat to make every effort to bring the two sides together. Western Powi s support of the resolution il expected. The six-power resolution asks ail parties to "desist from any further acts of hostility" and urg• 1 the governments concerned to enter into direct negotiations for settlement of their outstanding differences. It proposes that the services of the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission should be available for this purpose, if cle. ed.< Ahmed Bhykeiri, of Syria, the only Arab representative to .speak, di Mr. Mot's spi appealing for peace negotiations as a "noble appeal,"' but added that Israel would have to prove her peaceful intentions. He Stressed I I IKI t cunti astin | ation bs' "desire foi peai 1 concilii ittitude u with charges that liation atthe tempts I ad failed of Israelis. He stated that the Arabi would not "resist" dii they w %  n based on the pi in< iples QN C ter. He said thai the Arab cepted the Norwei peai and were prepared to by A 1 solutions but doubted that Israel would do so outside th • halls Of the G \ Before the Norwegian sentstive .-poke. Pierri Ordon in ruh chairman of the Conciliation Commission, made a •tat. iii nt in whil h he pi aiw 1 foi it% %  1 eement to 11 blocked Arab ,'unds. He said the formula 1 I 1 irael would the majority of th< counts. Ho admit) -i t. at the Commission had been unable to approai h" to the %  1 nical pn %  ui (: ...ion,; ; lion 1 Arab refuj Calli For UN Move fn •!• to introduction of this \ idor AI B S Khan had told IN sra th.it th United Nation-. shoul I e every effort about direct ni tween the Arab si i,„B "We've trii I every 01 f hringii il and they h A. all 1 id. 1.' M, 1 Ha dibed thi :, with 'ispuu.•'.-. unique in that it M I Di :. 7. ich I srties • I • ven betwei n the Sovin I the Western Powi he pointed out I 01 ad the ""•' tO the n th United Nations ovci the "traditional" disn of Pale.-tm, v. ,, .,f t( r IV chewed th, 1 Israel's first President. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who pjjj away early last month, is shown at left as ne aree. world-renowned physicist and mathematician. W.-^ Einstein, on the occasion of their first meetingDrl ^ who escaped Nazi Germany in the early thirties an jronl i refuge in the United States, has since been in the ^ J of international Jewish leadership aiding in the up of the new democracy. answered a qw • '" that he felt that 1 I* *"J logical lead. 1 1 1 Mates to bring about P gotiat.ons. He #d**gjlM Urasl which could 1 solved Palf^il* As thelhC n \Jw-1 % %  ad that tl Israel. H '"J^tasi aheltc, tu %  th... was attempt** '• I nunciations," he stated. I Il I of continuing the con-! Irael intended to sub' : plan at this session,! Mr. n,. announced that would be full peaceful : tion •. 1th the A.ab states., ,h of efiorts to conquerj tUblishment of. Ad the solution I urity questiona together, Israeli diplomat ielt the for such a move beol the many w with1,1 ,h I iiologleaa towards a settlei nnection with this, Mr. Eban l III••!•" thus was attempting fait accompli


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NEW YORK The Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith in a
hricf submitted to the New York State Commission Against Discrim-
ination, urged the banning by the State of such phrases as 'churches
nearby" in resort advertisements, Benjamin R. Epstein, the League's
national director, said here.
The League's brief asserted that such advertisements violated the
Crimination and pointed out that
[hey first began to appear in 1943,
tftcr the New York County Dis-
trict Attorney held that the use of
kuch phrases as "selected clien-
tele" and "restricted clientele"
ierc illegal.
As verification of "what many
Americans know from personal
experience", the League present-
Ed SCAD with the results of an
nsive study it had made of
esort hotel advertising in two
leading New York newspapers. In
[his test, identical letters request-
reservations one signed
tith an obviously Jewish name
(I one with a non-Jewish name
were sent to 185 different re-
irts which operated in 16 differ-
ent states and in Canada, and
vhose ads included the phrase
rchurches nearby" or a variant
thereof.
Analysis of the replies, the
cague reported, showed that
Krhen the name of a prospective
kuest revealed that he might be
lewish". his chance of obtaining
lecommodations at the resort of
Sis choice was 27 percent if he
Uected it from the ads in one
hewspaper and 48.1 percent from
idvcrtiscmcnts in the other.
"If from his name he appeared
be non-Jewish", however, "he
bad an 88 percent to a 90.7 percent
| of success".
The results of the study, the
cajuio contended, were "conclus-
proof that these polite phrases,
Apparently offering special facili-
ties, such as 'Catholic and Protes-
nt Churches nearby'" were
nply devices for discrimination
guc-t selection on the basis of
elision".
The League also drew SCAD's
tion to a statement made by
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the non-sectarian Travel Acnts
Committee to Combat Discrimina-
tion, which charged that resort
owners who use "churches nearby"
ads do so "in order to avoid the
more obvious references which are
prohibited by law". As far as the
general public was concerned, the
Travel Agents Committee report
ed, "the majority of persons so
interpret these phrases as indicat-
ing the established practice of lim-
iting the acceptance of guests to
those of the Christian faith and
thereby exclude members of other
religions".
Mr. Epstein stressed that no
complaint was directed against
newspapers which accept ads using
the term "churches nearby". He
pointed out that when the District
Attorney held that the use of such
phrases as "selected clientele" and
"restricted clientele" were declar
ed illegal, newspaper publishers
refused to accept advertisements
using these terms. The crux of the
problem lies in a ruling by SCAD
which would prevent resorts from
utilizing evasive phraseology to
achieve their discriminatory pol-
icy, he said.
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PAGE 8 B knisl fk rid far FRIDAY, DECEMBER oc Weizmann— Remembrance dieted to understahment and could make a point far more effectively bv a shaft of quiet irony than most other! by extravagant claim. There was tin story told many years ago of a well-intentioned By JULIAN LOUIS MELTZER On a warm and sunny November afternoon in Israel three years ago. I sat in a handsomely-appointed study of a gracious home that matched the air of elegance and comfort which are typical o! an English country house. Fine volumes, fine paintings and exquisite objects d'art, which showed they had been selected with a connoisseur's unerring taste, expressed the cultured personality of the household. The oblong library seemed visibly toj contain the distilled essence of| knowledge, culture and that in-1 imitable artistry of living which | one instinctively associates witth I the milieu of great people. It was the first of November, a day before the official inauguration ceremony of the Weizmann Institute df Science in 1949. I had come u> Interview President Chaim Weizmann in anticipation of that crowning event in his long and active life, the formal dedication of the Institute >f| Science which he cherished so| deeply. The last time I had interviewed him for a newspaper article had been five years earlier, on .the eve of his "Oth birthday He had a remarkable memory for names. dates iind places of earlier meetings, and he recalled details that I had forgotten. The President sat m an armchair before me. speaking in his familiarly low but musical voice. He ruminated aloud on what he felt ought to be the Institute's and Israel's contributions to the advancement of human welfare The Institute's departments had already rendered some valuable services t<> the 1948 war of liberation, although this u ,,.-till not "officially" open Dr. Weizmann spoke of them and siirvev<-d the tasks and responsibilities which lie conceived for the Rehovoth Institute in its relationship to the State. Then, in the course of his musil he said: 'Of course, there are also the workshops at tinInstitute. \Y< 'v< put a good deal into them. They're indispensable to any institute of scienci. and much more so in a snail country like ours where you cannot get equipment and machinery repaired as quickly as in a larger country Our own workshops here in Rehovoth i; Ms :,c .iiili t i manufacture anj thing from a pin to a battli ship." I living uttered tl fu] tigof speech, i ;.usually sombei ii untenance broke into an i leaning snide, and he added, withI of characteristic wryness Aone can d a cornet of one laboratory eyes tw nkling b hind blue-tinted who i, I in the which was filled with retorts and spectacles: "I don't, however, sup I England, he v test-tube* and said "Now there's President of the United States Harry S. Truman (left) greets President of Israel Dr. Chaim Weizmann at the White House in Washington, D.C.. some time before the latter's death in Rehovoth last month. President Truman is shown accepting a Scroll of Law from Dr. Weizmann tendered him in behalf of the Jewish nation for his active and spiritual support. pose we shall b' asked to help in, if somewhat portentious visitor. building up the Israel Saw just apparently someone of impor; tance. else Dr. Weizmann would Dr. W.i/mann was famous fon^ ,. s( ,, ll( () him on a tour his sparkling wit. His friends and others who met him eagerly \ "f ,hl laboratories. The visitor awaited these spontaneous and *•* persistent m questioning Dr. brilliant sallies which came quite Weizmann on the character of the unexpectedly II,. could convey, u-search work then in progress. more in what appeared to be a| Although adhering to the sciCSSUal aside 01 afterthought than < ntific code Of icticence which many another in a long and care-: forbids revealing details of unfully-prepared address. It was the, completed processes, Dr. Weilhuman quality in him. the abiliy inann was doing his best with to allow his faculty of mordant CUStomarj urbanity and charm to e abstract coninterpret the scientific program nl i mpie trims. | in terms understandable to the That humor, or perhaps that layman. He saw. however, that humanism, was ever-pn '-nt he was only mystifying the other, keen, incisive, delicately-poised, Suddenly, the President india propect going on which I think is the finest I've ever known. It's really something important." Overawed and impressed, the vis.toi asked what it was. •I'll let the man in charge expound.'' Dr. Weizmann replied, beckoning to a white-coated aslistant. When the man approached he asked. What are you doing over there In the corner?" "Boiling water for tea," was the answer, "You see'" Dr. Weizmann exilaimcd triumphantly, turning toj thevisitor. He was no less observant and | d for the little things as well as the great things. His j autobiography, Trial And Error,| abounds in these unexpected in-, sights on his character. When the' Sieff Research Institute was, planned in 1933. and he had begun to send invitations to some of Qennany'i outstanding scientists to come to Israel, Weizmann intisted on a club-housees being built to rate: to the amenities of the staff. He had the vacant land at the K of the Sieff Institute building laid out and planted with pines and other shade-trees "so that scientists can have a place where to walk and think." He added at the time, "Scientists, too. like a pleasant spot to spend away from the laboratory." He had an ineffable gift for tidiness and order. He hated to see refuge or discarded litter on the floors or in the grounds of the Weizmann Institute. He tells the story himself in Trial And Error how his insistence upon cleanliness eventually came to be obeyed by chauffeurs who brought visitors to the place. But he omitted mention of one important fact: whenever he walked along a corridor in any of the buildings and happened to notice a cigarette stub carelessly ground underheel. he would stoop and pick it up, placing it carefully in the nearest wall receptacle. That practice soon taught its general lesson, and cigarette ends or spent matches were no longer to be seen. It was a simple projection of the lowed* menta hab ^e2] Dr. Chaim Weizmann ran ^ among princes n„ prp !" he never lost the com !" W He spoke faultless FSI^ highly-placed ambasSJL'S Yiddish with the s 7 2 whom he encountered on fc! many Journeys around the JM He could find a fel^Jji m many language. There WMS occasion when he spoke twl toe Anglo-American contSEf of Inquiry on Palestine n ym\ j>nd. in urging a politicalmhiyL in favor of the Jewish claim.TJ coined the classic phrase that \m\ so doing the Committee would LTJ pursuing "the line of leattmM tiee.'' It illustrated his gift f-j under-emphasis. There was one -pot at the We*.] mann Institut. in which he IntM to sit and meditate—the Jacob, i Goldenberg Library in the pfcj. I sics and Physical Chemotrrj Building. It had been given It ] the Weizmann Institute by tbt'f] Goldenberg family of Muinea-J polis, Minnesota, in mei their father. On the northern window *J the emblem of a chemical font-J ula: the symbol of one of thgl group of polycyclic hydrocarbasl which Dr. Weizmann isolated al 1904, thereby initiating anentin-'j ly new approach through orgasij chemistry to cancer-causing sub-1 stances. The southern window looked a out on the lovely garden betwea, j the Physics Building and the Sieff Institute, and it was a pe\] rennial joy to him to be there. It is that image of Dr. Chaia j Weizmann, scientist and statesman, that thosewho saw him at the Institute in the last years A > his life will forevei 11-member— i a giant weary and exhausted by tfafl many decades of toil, ceanaj the burdens of his people's woe and yearning, refreshing himsdf at the fountain of knowledge an* wisdom and recapturing the moods and melodies of science in the atmotphen he loved bat-| His spirit will surely never dej part those preeir UN Resolution Asks Contesting Parties To Cease All Hostilities UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Si* '• week introduced in the United Nati Gem il A i i bly's Special i' tical Committee a resolution calling on b th I el l od tea to enter into direct negotiations immediately foi settle Ol their differences. The resolution, introduced by Finn Moi Norway, was spond by Canada, Denmark. Ecudor, the Netherlands, Norway and Uruguay. It has the support Of the Israel di legation, whose ch>ef, Abba Eban. earlier this ik urged the United Nations to make everj effort to bring the two sides together. Western Powi s support of the resolution is expected. The Mx-power resolution asks ail parties to "desist from any fuither acts of hostility" and urgthe governments concerned to enter into direct negotiations for settlement of their outstanding differences. It proposes that the vices of the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission should be ilabl< foi tr.is purpose, it cled. %  Ahmed Shykeiri, of Syria, the only Arab i tpresantative to ik, described Mr. tfoi speech .appealing for peace negotiations as a "noble appeal," but added that Israel would have to prove her peaceful intentions. He Stressed the A: abs' "di and their "conciliatory" attitude contrasting it with charges that and e mi liation attempt! >t th Israelis. He stated that the Ai abi would not "re. ist" dii ivided they w re based on the principles and obligations ol the I'N C ter. He said that the Ala: cepted the Norwegian peai nd were prepared to abide by Assembly n solutions but doubted thai Israel would do so outside th • halls Ol t: e (lei ASM -ii. Before the Norwegian represent! t Ivi i >ke, Pier < %  Ordonni-au. French chairman of the m Commission, made a statement in which he pi i nent to ielease blocked Arab funds ii aid the formula a< w ould settle the ty of these accounts. He admitted that the Commission had been unableto find a "ni w approai h" to the nd 1 ii on %  • : on ti nil. I pi. Menu such ...com; : : f,„, nl i Calli For UN Move i I I intioduetli.il of this I \ id ir Aba s Eban bad told I'N era that th United N shoul I etween le Arab peace settlement "We've triad i f >'' ibout peac. and th. v • %  IVI all i isle d." Mr, [ "" tuation with d to the Aral -.spuu? as uniqui s the only %  International con' %  • %  i a the Soviet v. I %  Eban | v nd the • %  i. He :. %  ts the n th i tioiU ovei the "traditional" di>n of Palestine. "Year after SVe chewed the cud of Israel's first President, Dr. Chaim Weizmann. who pa ^ away early last month, is shown at left as he 9f* e '. ^ world-renowned physicist and mathematician, ui-^ Einstein, on the occasion of their first meeting Drt*"^ who escaped Nazi Germany in the early thirties an !\^ iarf refuge in the United States, has since been m the ""Jjjjjj of international Jewish leadership aiding in the up of the new democracy. Arab denunciations," he stated, Il I of continuing the con• intended to subpea, e plan at this BC He announced that : dm would be full peace' on i .th the Arab stal % %  efforts to conquer %  %  reestabllshment ol imitations and the solution urity questions together. 1 %  Israeli diplomat felt the uch a move because, ot ... many wouftdkwith111 ,h tea was psyclmlog"' a lv ttlament" I In connection with this, Mr. Eban answered a question bj that he felt that WrV^J logical leader B mong Mates to bring about J gotiations. He declared thrf Israel which could not be rj solved p a | e 5tiiie As the d ; ni de iegatoi Abdul M ed that th rion I ... J it -*5 Israel. H ^ab^ sheltei the situati' 'n r thus v. ,,ng fait accompli



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SiigJ^AS }^^ :; UDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1952 iDL Urges Banning Of Discriminatory % hrases In Newspaper Resort Ads NEW YORK — The Anti-Defamation League of Bnai B'rith. in a brief submitted to the New York State Commission Against Discrimination, urged the banning by the State of such phrases as 'churches bearby" in resort advertisements, Benjamin R. Epstein, the Leagues ational director, said here. The League's brief asserted that such advertisements violated the Kew York State law against disCrimination and pointed out that [hey first began to appear in 1943, Wr the New York County District Attorney held that the use of luch phrases as "selected clientele" and "restricted clientele" Vere illegal. As verification of "what many Americans know from personal fxpcricncc". the League presentEd SCAD with the results of an Intensive study it had made of fesort hotel advertising in two cading New York newspapers. In |his test, identical letters requcstng reservations — one signed kith an obviously Jewish name %  ml one with a non-Jewish name were sent to 185 different re[>rts which operated in 16 different states and in Canada, and ihose ads included the phrase fchurches nearby" or a variant thereof. Analysis of the replies, the League reported, showed that (When the name of a prospective best revealed that he might be lewish". his chance of obtaining Accommodations at the resort of lis choice was 27 percent if he elected it from the ads in one kwspaper and 48.1 percent from Advertisements in the other. •If from his name he appeared he non-Jewish", however, "he bad an 88 percent to a 90.7 percent I of success". The results of the study, the cague contended, were "conclusive proof that these polite phrases, Apparently offering special facilities, such as 'Catholic and Protesant Churches nearby'" were |imply devices for discrimination guest selection on the basis of |digion". The I-eague also drew SCAD's Ktention to a statement made by *J**lstifhr*tiar? PAGE 9 B Miami Convalescent Home Apeci.ilizmg in Care to the Elderly and pnromc.illy III. 24-Hour Nursing ServSpecial Diets Strictly Observed. Pr v .!•and Semi-Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN, Director 335 S.W. 12th Avenue Phones 2-5437 and 9-0278 Builders if Immortal Memorials fir tbi fliafi <* nmo Jewish Trail Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 the non-sectarian Travel Agents Committee to Combat Discrimination, which charged that resort owners who use "churches nearby" ads do so "in order to avoid the more obvious references which are prohibited by law". As far as the general public was concerned, the Travel Agents Committee report ed, "the majority of persons so interpret these phrases as indicating the established practice of limiting the acceptance of guests to those of the Christian faith and thereby exclude members of other religions". Mr. Epstein stressed that no complaint was directed against newspapers which accept ads using the term "churches nearby". He pointed out that when the District Attorney held that the use of such phrases as "selected clientele" and "restricted clientele" were declared illegal, newspaper publishers refused to accept advertisements using these terms. The crux of the problem lies in a ruling by SCAD which would prevent resorts from utilizing evasive phraseology to achieve their discriminatory policy, he said. 28th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 28 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 Nathan Ginsburg announces the formal opening for the 1952.53 season oi his Strathhaven Hotel, located at 411 ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. Ginsburg is widely known as an operator of kosher hotels. The Strathhaven dining room is under the supervision of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America, the only Miami Beach cuisine awarded the Congregation's distinguishing "U" of Kashruth. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOt ROT. CONVAUSCENa AHB game CMU tts s.w. joTcoun MUMinnpint f GREETINGS TRAIL Tackle Shop LIVE SHRIMP Fresh Mullet and Shrimp "Everything for the Fisherman' 1715 S.W. 8th Street Phone 2-9656 A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Security Abstract Co. 44 N. 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RIGHT NOW blood is saving lives at the front in Korea—and in hospitals far behind the combat areas. HE*E AT HOME, TOO, blood is needed by other thousands in our civilian hospitals. What's more, it is vital to our national defense that we build a reserve of plasma against the possibility of an enemy bombing attack on our homes, our cities and factories. THAT'S WHY your blood donation is needed now. And when you give it, this you can be sure of: Wherever it goes this priceless, painless gift will some day save an American life! GIVE BLOOD NOW Mall Coupon Today! RED CROSS will verify your appointment! x AMERICAN RED CROSS 5020 Bijcayne Blvd. Phone 89-6661 I'll be glad to give blood. If pwtUt, I -ld preier to come on: DATENAME-HOURADDRESSPHONE— I I I I r i i i i This Message Published through the Cooperation LEO GERNGROSS o



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PAGE 10 B +JewlstiFkir*UarJ Phi Sigma Tau Formal Phi Sigma Tau Council held its InnuaJ Winter Formal lad Saturday. The affair took place at the shore Club Hotal Dacambar is also the tifth Minivanary of the .mil and ..s celebrated ;it the al ..in-. uLuainunw HAIFA, Israel — Emerqency transfusion slowly brings life back to 88-year-old Avram Brickner. ex-cencentration camp inmate. Just before this photograph was mode, he plunged 14 feet after slipping on wet planks, rode to an aid station in a crippled ambulance that twice hrcke down in a storm and took a six-mile trip in another ambulmce to 'he blood bank station. His life was saved by Magen David Adorn. Israel's Agency for Red Cross work, with equipment supplied by American Red Mogen Dovid. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND (-OR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155302 Itl.ANCHE ..I'.wi.-. Plaintiff, I si I.I.I v \\ .i al, I >• -fi-ii.l.inis. ORDER OF PUBLICATION K i i .-I l.l.l\ AN .HI. I ETTA SI I.I.IV AN. hla wife, i: KM unknoa n .ll'I.IA It SI l.i-IVAN .mil 8l'LLI\ \ v hi i hueband, if rite i.. married. l:< i i i. ii. %  unknoa n And alao, -• I> "I the unknown %  .--. (ranii ••-. lesa H, Hi i"i -. iad I ilmanl i ilmlna b) ..%  ilnal an) • >f lliiabove; 11 .... nknown pan and anil I'.iI lllf "i il.um%  in riant, title or In and to Ine follov. Ins %  .i 11 .i: pi opei t > located iii altuate, lylna and belns '" I i 'ountj ol i i.ni.. Htate % %  < Floi I la, in ml; I ..i .;j in Block II "f HIOHly AND l' \KK i. i ordlni to the plal thereof, r ri,.l In I 'la t II K>k -'. Haae i ;. ol the Public It,. >rda of l %  1.1.. i 'ounty, F'l.n la MH ANll i: Mil OF V'H" tra here\ ordered and required to flityour 1 1 pi .".ii. • ..n ..i I., fore the Ilal day %  I January, ISSs, In the above styled ,i !>. noa pending in ihe l'mult •oun nf the Eleventh Judicial Clrand f-ii Hail.County, Florida. In Chancery, wherein M Blanche Adami i. plaintiff and the above named partlea, youraelvea and othera, arc dxfendanta, and In default of nioh i>pearance %  do r.->. pro confaaao will be entered asjalnal you. sai.i oauae nraa Inatltuted for the imri><>ae nf IUJ title '.. the above deeci Ibed property, is win more fuliv ap|i.-ai (i..in the i.in of complalnl filed In the .tin-..,f the Clerk "f the circuit Court if i •.Hi.County, Florida rin~ ordei si,ail t... published once inch week for font .imiin. .-ki< Mi. JKWI8H rLORIDIAN, Miami. I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •.ni'ii'i: in iiniKhtl. GIVHM thai r....i. dealrlnn to >iiKuee In %  I.i..i ihe f1.1it I.MII. name ol i i:.\ \ V I S T V I.AI NUKKKTTI: LEANING, at nm. \ U vvi • M ml, i-'i... I.I.I. Intend name with [hi %  !,. i' •. ,:i i'.. 11 ..f I lade i ';"i. MI: (1REKR .n.i 1 \ \ i. \ ri.A \. aole owm ra Mi IH TIN IXM1N : (>a II. 'TH I II N THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE Nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 155344 RCTH K \RA8ICK, Plaintiff, v B. I U.VARI) Mil MUCK, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION I'O KERNARD KAKASKK IIj South -'ml Btreel I' kl> n. N>w York You are hereb) notified that a Hill nf Complalnl for Divorce haa bean III i isalnel you and yon are hereby required t.. aarvi .• cop) "f your Ana> wet t.. th. Bill <•! Complaint on Plaini i attorney and file th.original tnawei ." the office .if the Clara of .I.I i 'out t. on ot i afore I he ..f January ISM; otherwise %  I a lies in..us of said mil of Oomplainl i'l be iikm aa confeased I K.i III \..U. thr* r.uh day LE GAL NOTICE 26, .-en filed a K NOTICE UNDE NAM) NOTICE is UK the in..i. i %  bualneaa undei n HKi Till: s u M; If. K. 1st A, ri i, reglater aald na • if the I 'linn! i ,, K1..I l.l.i BTTl BTEPHRN V KK Attorney for Apul t H. W. Knd Av.i l2/l-2 — FICT LAW Tioui i:r.Y IIIVEX a. %  nirine; I ; •'-• N'D 'iRILU "<< Mn • %  a rt ..f \, tit -' 'RE I.KV s.-I.KK AXTBj NOTICE UNDEf NAME NOTH'K It) II i.l the underaifned, de biiniii.-.Ha undei th.fictitlou • "I.A1RK H I'I iKKlI'r.xel Avenue. Mil Intends to res -'• I aal I ninw the t'leik ..f th. Circuit Coon of taa County, Florida fi.Aiiti: p SU.VFJ8 Bolt • iwner R FICTITIOUS J LAW %  III.HY lilVEX J '-uln, to F!Kioa| rictitloun !uai '+ %  SHOP, at Ben h. h...iia,l Kaiiit \ 1 ami It, h lot nia II N l |..ll PRANK, i"l (ilvmpla Huildine;. Miami. Florida, ami file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Cir. nit Court In and for Pa.le County, Court 11..11-.Miami. Horlda. on or Inf..re the :ih day of Jannarv. IMS, KATKD at Miami. Florida, tills ith lay of December, HMil. K. II I.EATHKRMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade Countv. I-'I.>i Ida By WM. W BTOCKINO, IVputv Clerk Clltl'flT I'lirilT SKAI.I I'iVlli A FRAIfK Attorney for Plaintiff l!>IZ-l-M — 1/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ... NAME LAW ,, N .'.' 1? '^-'"^'.'V 0IVBN tluit NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKltY OIVRM that the undei signed, dealt Ine to enaace in biiHinesa under the fictitious name of SttNDRA FASHIONS, at 122 S %  trd Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intenda to realster aald name with the Clerk of the ( ireuit Cuit of l>ade County, Ploi ula. MICHAEL ItdSKXTHAI, Sole Owner MARX M EAHKK Attorney for WOLPERT FEATURES f?V XationaUy AAvmrUmmd Miranda KROEHLER Living Room Furniture • GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances • SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs • MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet • LANE Cedar Chests • CARRIER Air Conditioning os&WOLPERT'S Help You Make ^ Your House a Home ,,.... 1 SI, .' I AM J RENNET s l-.IHKN f KESRI.ER Attorne) foi Applicant • t H Itnd Ave i-•> : : %  '• n; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ..,,,,, ... NAME LAW ,. %  >] I' E I.-. HEKKIIV GIVEN that ''•'' Irlne to aSailn rAMIAMrHo-r'Af ''"""""• nami nf IA 1IAMI l|.i| Kl, HAR, at 201 \V 'r.^^'. 11 M i • '-"•"Ma. intend resiatei aald n with the Clerk ; 1 ',;; "" roori ,., ,,.„,.. coJiStV! IOUS rtAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersized, dealrlna to ena-iute In buelneaa under the fl.tltloua name ..f BAR MART, at Unoi Collins Avenue. Miami ll.a.h, l-'I..: 1.1;.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Made County. | Florida. MILDRED c c/fRHYi.i:. soli' owner u EINRTEIN. WEIN8TEIN *vVRINRTErN Utorneyi r„ r Mildred c. Carlyle II lt-11 II i .j .. IIERM V\ HIKORNDORJi J-'-lls KIEOENDORF NO C E I ^ R L ^ CT T10U8 Was: ttdT-fr NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ine underalaned, desirlne to enaaao In -i.-s under the n, titioui name of .Kl ltl.lt s KOSHER DEUCATE8. -I N Wli REKTAI'RANT, al 134 Co|IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Ti ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERV. No. 1M*29 SHELDON H. BAItO.N, lVntiff v JOAN BARON, defendant. To: JOAN BARON •i.i Paahine Avenue Newark. N. w Jeraey NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. JOAN UARON, art lierrtf notified that a lt;:i uf %  'cmpUiat tar invoice has been filed amhtit jo* and you are re.juh.-d to aarffe a cajf'of your Anawei or Iteadlna to ta Hill of Complalnl on the Pbmtlffl Attorney. HENRY M SSKNB.U'S, 1W4I Sevlsild Rulldlng, Miiinl. IVfIda, and file the nrlarnal kntwnM Hlea.linx In the Office "( lh Cla*, of the Circuit Court nn or ta-tora tav' :'lh day of De. i If Mi fall to do an. Jiidrni. i-: In default all be taken against you for the r*Ba demanded In the Hill "' fomulalnt. Jtated this Mh il.i> ..f Xov*ma| %  B i.i:\TiiKiUi.\X. | Clerk, Circuit Coart, Dade i nty, Fl-rula. I B] W5I VV ST'n'K.Vi Deput) i' %  HENRY Nl'SSENHAI M Attorney for llalntiff 1041 Sevliold lliiililini; Mlaml, Florida. IL' :,-12-If-M •kM*S*e-5lfc^" WOLPERT FURNITURE Ca I 200 C ORAL WAV AT "F IVI POINTS' Una Avenue. roajtater said the Circuit Court Kl,.il.la. IIARISY I. GRCBER II I 11-11 2t RBBBCC A ORUBER Miami lleach. intend to name with the Clerk of of I Mile County. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ _, NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREHY GIVEN that IIM underaigBad, d.-snina to mpn In l'l T"u ."' ••' '*"• "clRlooa name of wJI LM OT UH "'"" '"'' > %  r.agler Street Miami. Florida. EDWARD K T I y u v w v ii isVi-TO '• BBCKESMAN Attoi II, •> r,, r i ra n, r JJO Lincoln Road .Miami lleach. Fl.ilda II I-1Z-I>M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM{ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I" AND FOR DADE COUNT'. FLORIDA IN CHANCERYNO 1M862 ROHKRT ALEXANHKR BANNBRMAN. IM, Intiff. VB. IMiROTHY MARIAN BANNERMA.V. I" „„ r '_ NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: DOROTHY MARIAN BANNERMA.V %  vmlani ... Mack Tel Seventh Avri t N,m York. N. 'i %  You. DOROTHY MaM*H NKK.MAN, are hi ,M ia Hill of domplalnl I W been filed ait ilnal ".\ 0 required to -• IV" ter. ii' ,. in.-nt by d*:; !" \i .r:. f NoveaaaSJ I., do a... Judsm. II' .. M he taken aealn-t you fol tne demanded In the lid I.I.VI: vsi' tRl>KRl '.' .'. Florida, thla 2-th da) last F: It. LEATHER*** Clerk. Cli Dade Ci .Circuit Court BaaR R ... j,. Deput j ''„",.,. KOVNER MANNIMI^-R IL'u I-lm-oln Road Miami lleach. Florida IS/l-II-lf-K NOT,CE N U A N M > I R L ; W = TIT 'OU n IIUOourt BM BET Wti'.i-Attorneyi -,, Applicant M3GUST BRO.S n w TrTENTIOM ATTORNEYS' CORPORATiON OUTFIT* Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Coil the JEWISH FLOWDIAN at 2-43€ ^ I ; : "'> ^*trti^^>f" :: -J!-.^r *->> '^ ^^| % %  ;H EKsflr^sKGaflH^riWrW



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j-pjDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1952 LEGAL NOTICE vuTICE !S HEREBY QIVEN that N ,i, gned, .1. siring to engage in under the fictitious name i.f : "(, ,i LA I-.I.K MOTEL, 10040 A'-*' ,,!,' H ,bor Drive. Town ol IVesi alands, I ..rltlu. me with tli. intend Cl.-rk !R~cwSrl"W County, MI.IIAEL I>. LOFT 1.i:\ll I.AYTON SAME I.AYTON MANNHEIMEB Applicants voVNER %  •' Road ,-, ... no Ida M II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NO NAME LAW v.iTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that ae.sUt.n I. desiring t" engage In %  under the fictitious name of ., s at 294 Miracle Mil.-. Coal &. .intenda to register said wUn the Clerk ..f the Circuit .,;,.,( Dade County, Blorl'la. t -„urt of 1 HEN RY GROUDAN ,j I9-S4 l/2- ^___ •Jewis* IkrHi,r LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF *PPyCA T,ON FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File A-i#044 vuTlii: IS IIKRKBY GIVEN that NATHANIEL W. BIBQBL. holder of Town "' v "" h ->aml Tax s ?' e c r -i ... i.. No 1170, Issued mi the eec_ %  „ • „, September. All; 1929. ha. *,'...,, mm* I" "H office, and haa made :,',.• on for a tax deed to be Isau'„!.•! Bald Cartlflcata udmoM ,,. following oaacrlbed property in 0*1 Dade, state of Florida, %  r,r a is, Btoek 2. VWtartf Highlands, Becond Addition, Mat Page 109, lying and being he Town of North Miami .., Dade, State of Horlrtn. %  i-|„. ,, • lament >.f said property i ertlfloata wag f" we f: I'nknown -,i,i certificate "hall be rerdlni to law, th. u I hi rein "ill be Bold to the • hlddel at th,. Curt House rii -I Monday In tM month ,. February, IMS. "huh is the -"'I I %  %  11 %  ''' %  ._ I, d thi' ITtta day Of I >.-. .-riilx-r. i: it I.KA THERMAN, Clerk "f Circuit Cojnrt, County, Wofida. ,: : g V BTERRETT. Deputy Clark NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acti of 1941 File A-17635 \IIT1CI-: is HEREBY UIVEN that \\TH.\NIHL \V. SI EG EL. h"i : MII ..f North Miami Tax Bale CerSo l^'_\ issued th.7th day of June, A I' IMS, has filed MOM In rice, and ii.i" ntada application 1 .i t.i\ deed to he Issued thereon. .-,,,.i ortlfleate embracee the follow: I,I-,1 property In the County • Dade, Stale of liorlda, to-wlt: ,v S, Itl.M-k 21. Eulfoi. 1 Highlands, Becond Addn., Section ;• Township 52 South, Range 42 • |'iai Book I. PaM i:<. in tne of North Miami, County of Dade, Stale of Florida. Tl,. in. at of aald property i,l certificate waa In the • ,n f Win. Mi-Arthur. raid certificate shall iM rj. BO online; to law. the property ... lied herein will be aold to the bidder at the Court House %  .. flral Monday In the month Pel lary, IMS, which Is the 2nd .: %  i'. i nary, 19J3. fi led tliis 17th day of December. i: B. LEATHER.MAN. 1. ik of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida Court s. .iii ]:. s c. BTERRETT, Deputy Clerk • 1-1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Aett of 1941 File A-17645 is HEREBY GIVEN that I. VV SI EG EL, h U l S'orth Miami Tax Bale C, i mbered 1S81 and 1282, li Third .lay of September, A.D d ra in my office, and ;inplicatfton for a tax dee I I • • I thereon. Said corjlfi' embrace the fol!..wlii K described In th.c.ainty of Dad.-. Mate c Florida, to wit: ] % % %  23 *.• 24, Block 26, Fulford II -hl.iii.lv, Becond Addition. I'lal f!.k s. Pace 103. l>-lnar and being % %  th. Town of North Miami. •' %  • "f Dade, State of Horlda. unbraced In Certificate No %  -•-' The a.vseaament of aald under the aald rerttfl-sue.l waa In the name of i nknown. % %  "• to 2.". incl.. Block 2. Ful[ '• %  'I HlKhlanda. Second Addition, Mat Hook s, |'ae 103. lyingand whig in the Town of North Mil-ounty of Dade. State of rinrlda, aa embraced In Certlfl• l-'-'. %  The aaseaament of raid property under the aald cer! : If sued was In the name "; i nknon n, aid certlflcatea ahall be rerdlng to law. the prapm I,'""" 1 herein will be aold to In ladder at the Court Moune ""'['•" Hie first Monday In the month V.D. ISSS, which la the • ,' ; of i ebnuarr, A D. INS. 17th day of December. 1 li I.KATHKr.XIA.V. 'I.rk. circuit Court. (PI, ""!• County, Florida. 11 I t Seal) 1 N" C, BTERRETT, Bemjti Clert NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS \.,ii,,. NA "4E LAW ">'•• i.i.l S J'KREBY GIVEN that %  I. dealrtns t.. en K ae.e In "MAI I ,..*;'.."" %  fletltloua name of Wlt|.r • A1MH BUREAU, at S W '•ter ', '"' %  M'ml. intend to re,h < %  ',?': „ n ? m w,, h he Clerk of luurid, urt ot ade County. UOUM KBOLi, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELE A V N E n NT c H rv D JU S' CIAL CIRCUIT^ P, n J,S+ ? ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA l\ CHANCERY No. 153749-C %  mux v DVOGAN, Plaintiff MAMI:I. DBGGAN, Defendant To^l'^.T.T.^HCAT.ON -""•: K Mi i utreel 'hattanoova, i .i ,' ,.V. t,: tf K RKBY NOTIPII li thai a l.ii. of C : R* filed agalnal you In th. ;''"\ "tli i i MI-, and you ar in rebj required to -. rve ., cons ,,• naw. to th. Hill of c„: on I-lalntiffs attorney, and I original in the offl f ti„ ,• ;;; ''." % % % % %  %  < n ... i,.f,„.. h a Decree Pro I onfeaeo will i„ against you. Th.notice ahall inpublished once !''"'!!., w .V k '"."'..'"'" 'onueeutlv. week In Tlll-J ntWfSH F'LORJDIAN Dat.-.l at Miami. Florida, this 11th day of December, w; • i:. li UEATHEBMAN, "' '' ln '"" ( *" uvt By: K, ,• QRBEN __ l>e|iuty CleiK BERNARD B. llANDDEIt Attorney for Flaintlfr lot Incrnham lluildiiiK Miami, liorlda 12/19-2* — 1/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29248-B %  Ri ESTATE OF ADOI.I-H A KNCKI.. Deceased To All Creditors an.I All Peraons Having claims or Demands Against Bald Batata: You, and eai li of. you. a.re hereks notified and required to present any Claims and demands which you, or either of you, mm have ngalnat the estate of AD'u.I'll A i:.\.;i:i. de: late of I >ade Count}. S3oi Ida, tO the Hotl r hie 1'i.ill l\ .1 ;,l^, ,.f Dade County, and file the same in tluli office in the Count) Courthouse in Dade Count) Florida, within elg l calendar months from the date ..f the flral public iti.ui li.;. ol Said or demands to contain the legal adof il lalmanl and to ami present. .1 ..ifoi %  said, sin' will b< barred. Date l a-, ember l... s 1 1 LILLIAN ODZ As Admli Istratrlx Cum T, utamento Ann. xo ..f the ito of ADuM'H A. ENGEL, 11. GEORGE J. TALIANOF r, ESQ Attorney for Admlnlatratrlx 12 19-38 — LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B" 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. MacCLCRE \ %  JIANITA DeZAMORA MacCLCRE n Gloria Davidson Naval Itaae, South Carolina SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Jiianita DeZamora MacClure You are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Invoice h.o. I.een filed ngalnat yiw, and you are required to sen., tl cony of your Answer or Pleading to th-Mill of Coinplaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN F. KESHLEB. 4 8.W. nd Avenue, Miami, and file the oiiuInal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of January. IMS. if you fail to do so, judgment l.v default will be taken agalnal you for the relief demanded in the Mill of Complaint. Thla notice shall he published once each w.-ek for f.".n consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN. • >( iNK AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this ISth daj of December, a B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, C t Co irt, 1 iiolc 'oiirit.. I*." .i.i (Circuit c,,u: t Beal) B) \VM W. BTOCKQIG I •• %  i • Clerk 12 19-M NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I-' IIBKEIIY GIVEN I at the un.i. i sign. :. d. ih Ins s unde the fli tltlous name of Ml \.MI IX.EC I'!' IDE BI'PPLY, al si;, North! I si l-is: Street, M an i Florida, int.n.l to I. gist, r said name with the Clerk of tbe '' l:. li RICE, .II: : eput) Clerk GEl IRI IE I TALIANl IFF for 1'lnlntlff 4:'" Lin. i: id M Florida 1 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. Ne -34997 MATILDA GATANIO, Plaintiff, 1 ICK tlATANIO, 1*1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION U'K GATANIO I Bui I \. ., Yi k I'll) New York I'l E \si' T VKE SI ITICB thai for dlvorci ha been bro ghl against th. abovi styled cam and you equlrvd to file )-oui Ans* i tain th,Clerk of said C lh reol n the Plaintiff"* A • JOSEPH FARDO, ;•;; Seybold Miami. Fin on %  r before JanPro Con!. tared agataai you, "•'" l l "I-"!. 'u^TliKKMAX. Clerk of the Cln all Court (CIRCUIT rOURT SEAL) ]:. M C GREEN, I .. uuty Clerk |J 12-19-36 — 1/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 154968 CLAIRE GREENSPAN, Plaintiff vs, DAVID GREENSPAN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DAVID GREENSPAN 2ll Bolton Btreei Broi i %  New Y..ik. Y..I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that .. Bill of Complain) foi DI has i filed ;"%  ...u-t you In the above ntltled < it uae and yi u are la-:. i.. re., di ad Kerve n copy of your Anawi to the Mill ..f Complaint ..a ti.• Pis ntlfl [torn. and fli. the orlg n .1 In i 1 e offl. %  th. Clerk of the Circuit i ..th. r i %  • i I %  %  %  i %  %  Conf. o enteri Tins notice shall he published itlv. in THE JEWISH Ila IRI1 HAN. Dated at Miai lh is 4 tli day ol I ui%  -. I %  J K l: LEATHERMAN, %  By \YM w fcTOCKING, Depnt) cierk PALL IT, 8IL\ I.I: & ML'LLOY Attorneys for I'h.lntitf 804 Ingni ha n Bull Miami. II." la 12 12-19-26 — 1 :' IN ,M H 5 M £"NTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29218.B In Ri : ESTATE OF .,r*ST !S E T0 CREDITORS io All ( redltors and All Persons Raving. ',!'' :i!,s : Demands Ag Hi Id Estate: You, and ai h of you, : ,i hi ana required to present any and demands which you, or either o you. may have against thi estate ol OWEN CUNNINGHAM, de%  •i late of Passalc County, New Jersey, to the Hon. County Judges of Da-da i oiinty. an d fn.. ifie same in their offices In the County Courtla i %  ii Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date Of the first publication hereof. Said 01 il. mnmls Io contain the I the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as ut. said, or same w.ll be barred. S.-i Section 120 of the m::;', Probate A. i. Date December :•. AD. r..:,-' s, LEON KAPLAN As Ancillary Administrator %  OWEN CUNNINGHAM, Deceased. Ml EKS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneya for Ancillary Administrator IM Seybold Building Miami, Fli 12 I2-I9-2H — 1 '2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN N M A E ND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28240 B In Re ESTATE OF MXX1M HEItSllEY. P. %  r->?.i. County, rlorlda, within elghl calendar months from thi .late of the first publication hi ri I Said claims i demands to contain the 1. gal adnanl and to bi ii I! led. Dal I. A.D FV v ABLIN tlKOlttiK .1. TALIANOFF SARD \ \. EJfl % %  %  .•:; th. %  -' Will an i i %  • ol .1 ICK \ ABLIN, !' %  flKi RGB J TALIANOFF %  Miami tli .i h I la. -' IN THE C:RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 155041 LETT1E D CAPODANNO, Plaintiff QAETANO vv CAPODANNO, i'. •. ndant TO GAETANO W, CAPODANNO H, (idem a I'nkiiown NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. GAETANO JT. CAPODANNO. are hereby not fa i that a Bill of Complaint for Brvurce has Been filed 5 i you, and you are r.-.iuued ,„ M rve a copy of your Anawer or jleadiBE to the Pail of C-niplai.it on the plainti'ts Attorney, .HENRI \i t-'SKNMAl'M. HM1 Seybold l.ui dMhiml, I'l.'Hda. and file the orlgI,,a answer or Pleading 111 the OfI ,., ,!,. %  Circuit curt ,, oj before the nth day „f .lam....-.itss if von fail f do BO, Judgment win i. tn k.n against you ,,-„. .. lemanded In the Bill m day of December. 1951 r i: LEATHERMAN By WM. W STOCKING Clerk XrSSENBAUM for Plaintiff .. peybold Bu Florida ui I Hb tlKCUif COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 154962 ELI8E MATER, Plaintiff, VS ROBERT siIiNEY MAYER, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Mi: ROBERT BIDNBY MAYEB 1910 south shore Drive Chicago. Illinois You aie required to serve a cop) of your anawer to the Bill of Compiaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Courron or before the 5th da) of January, I9S3: otherwise the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore tiled herein, will be taken as c.nf. used by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this Ith day "f December, 1952. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Conn fSeal) My: M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk MICHAEL M. ISENBEBG Attorney for Plaintiff 101 Blsi ,n iiBuilding Miami. Florida I3.12-W-26 — 1/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in s under the fictitious name ol STERN BROS., at vs ".l Byron Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intenda to register said inline with the ( lerk 01 the cin at Court ol Dade Count>. %  DANIEL STKRN Sole Proprietor GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF Attorney for Petitioner [ 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida ] %  12-19-21 — 1/1 ^^____NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalg I, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol CAMPUS MUSIC MART at B81B Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables W. i ., intend to register aald name iv ill, the eierk of the circuit ( ourt ,„ Dade County, Florida. ____ ItuMEKT STRASSBJ R0 KATHMYN STRASfeURG 12 1 9-21 — 1/8-9 m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in busineas under ";v„W!i'""s 1 "vn'JN RCIL'LBV VRD HI -i:\ I' E Bl A ll".N. ai 944 Blacayne Blvd., Miami, Intend* said name .th th.• -.K. :,., oi Dade i 11 nt>. SAM ROBBINS STEPHEN F KESSLEB nej foi Appllcanl I H -"-• d Avi nue 12 19-21 I 2-9 HENRY N0T CE l NDER FICTITIOUS none. is N H^K^B A Y W GrvBN .i •he undersigned, desiring to engage \n A^SVo h .Itfcg gStl. Miami, hltend to ir.-g.ate. MANUEL BRODER SEYMOUR A. GOPMAN Vttorney for Applicants 235 Lincoln Road 12 U-19-26 — 1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The i-wiih norldlcm •• Kdta TO r ••* %  n ttc,-u W opprwcl


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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 26, 1952

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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^wiisltUEIIiDipidliiaup
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ILUME 26Number 52
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MIAMI, fLUHIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMRFR 9fi igw
PRICE: TEN CENTS
urion Forms New Coalition
|xposition Will Feature
Israeli-Made Products
liami will be the second city,
Ihc nation to view the fruits |
brat 1 'a current drive toward
bomic independence when the
I \position opens here on
day afternoon, December 28th.
bcal point of the Exposition is
ew York, where residents have
\i-iting the display at Rocke-
?r ("enter for the past few
lth> Greater Miami is the first
of the Exposition's coming
lonunle tour.
elebrities of stage and screen
be on hand to inaugurate the
c opening Sunday, 4 p.m., at
Washington Avenue. Some
I feet of frontage on the Avenue
he site of the building in which
(Exposition will be housed here,
geraton and Israel inanufac-
bd and assembled in Israel have
brought together for display
ttraetive, movable walls and
fclass show cases.
tides ranging from a Kaiser-
User automobile, with its He-
ir-lettered insignia, to Philco
erators and Israelimanufac-
bd telephones constitute the
erous items.
she opening of the Israel Ex-
lition will bring to the entire
nmunity a dramatic panorama
fruits of years of dreaming.
and building the State of
el. according to Joseph Chern-
prominent business and com-
pna! leader, who has been nam-1
chairman of the Exposition!
hnmittee. The Exposition here j
sponsored by the Greater Miami
kmittee for Israel Bonds which
1 headed by Joseph M. Rose. A '
Ifcial platform will be erected
I the opening ceremonies for an
ltdoor inaugural program.
lAmong the leading personalities
po will participate in the anaug-
htion of the Israel Exposition
111 be Abraham Dor, chief en-
hwr of the Israel Mining Cor-
Iration and supervisor of the first
nations in the mining of copper
Israel since the days of King
llomon.
lAdmission to the Israel Expo-
lion will be 25 cents, and the
Iblic will be able to view the
pre-than 1.500 products oflsrael
day through Thursday rom
3 p.m. to 11 p.m., and Saturday
evening from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. It
will be closed Friday and during
the day on Saturday.
"When you visit the Israel Ex-
position." Cherner declared, "you
are in effect visiting Israel, itself,
and seeing with your own eyes the
miraculous progress it has made
in developing its industry and
economy. You will also see how
the proceeds of the Israel Bond
Issue are making it possible for
Israel to undertake new projects
that will increase its export trade
and maKc it a strong and free de-
mocracy in a matter of a few
years."
Cabinet Includes Mapai, General Zionists, Progressive
Elements; Prime Minister Invites Orthodox To Join
niEUS^IJ:.M Dawd Ben-Gur.on. Mapai leader and Premier in the previous two
Israel Governments, to form a new government. Mr. Ben-Gurion offi-
cially submitted the resignation of his last Cabinetwhich was in
office 14 monthsto the President last Friday. Mr. Ben-Gurion will
present his new Cabinet to Parliament tomorrow.
The coalition will include Mr. -
Ben-Gurion's Labor Party, the Gen-
eral Zionists and the Progressive
Party. After more than a week of
strenuous negotiations, the Pro-
gressives agreed to enter the gov-
ernment on the basis of a com-
promise over the projected reform
of the election laws. Negotiations
continue with the Mizrachi Labor-
ites for their entrance into the
Cabinet and th?re is hope tha'.
these negotiation., will be success-
ful.
The Progressive Party's central
council decided by 189 to join
the new Cabinet after Progressive
leaders reported that they had
been assured in writing by both
the Mapai and the General Zion-
ists that the program of the new
government would not include any
mention of a limitation of Par;
liamentary representation to par-
ties which obtain at least 10 per
cent of the national vote. The com-
promise also provides that a spe-
cial committee of representatives
of all parties in the coalition shall
be set up to study amendments to
the election law.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. who took the
initiative in efforts to bring the
Progressives iato the Cabinet, also
met with Moshe Shapira and Dr.
Joseph Burg. Mizrachi Labor lead-
ers. He urged the Orthodox party
to jojn the oalition and settle its
differences with the larger parties
from within. With the elimination
of the Parliamentary limitation
plank from the new government
JERUSALEM iJTA)The Is-
rael Leeation in Warsaw today
informed the Polish Foreign
Ministry that the Israel Gov-
ment 'rejects energetically and
unreservedly"' the charge made
by the Polish Government
against Dr. Arieh Kubovi, Israel
Minister of Poland, declaring
that he misused his diplomatic
privileges to the prejudice of the
Polish Republic and demanding
his recall.
The Israel note presented in
Warsaw emphasized that the
Polish allegations against Dr.
Kubovi were "totally unfounded
and wholly contrary to the
truth." At the same time, it was
reported here that the Warsaw
radio announced that the Polish
Government had charged the Is-
rael legation in Warsaw with es-
pionage activities and had hand-
ed the legation a note demand-
ing that "forbidden practices"
of an "espionage character" be
halted.
Assembly
Palestine
Quits;
Ignored
UNITED NATIONS (JTA>The United Nations General Assem-
bly will adjourn its current session this Tuesday until February with
the Palestine issue no longer scheduled for discussion until the eighth
regular session of the General Assembly at the end of next year. Israel
notified the United Nations this week-end that it is withdrawing the
Palestine item it had placed on the agenda as a counter-complaint
against the Arab nations.
The Israel complaint accused the I tai|{
Arabs of violating the UN Char-
ter and the armistice agreement
with Israel. It would have come up
for discussion after the Assembly's
recess in February. However, after
the Assembly's failure last Thurs-
day to adopt the resolution spon-
sored by eight neutral powers
proposing direct Arab-Israel peace
talks. Ambassador Abba Eban,
chief of the Israel delegation at
the UN, declared that Israel would
supported by Israel and
bitterly opposed by the Arabs
failed to obtain the two-thirds
majority vote needed for final
adoption by the General Assem-
bly, although the same resolution
had been adopted a few days
earlier by the UN Special Political
Committee. The resolution was
supported at the Assembly by the
United States, Britain, France and
the other Western Powers, but
was opposed by the Soviet Bloc.
tnc UN. ueoareu tnai wu.. -" .
take her complaints to other Unit-! the Arab countries and some Latin
ed Nations organs presumably American states
Nations
the Arab-Israeli Mixed Armistice
Commissions or to the UN Pales-
tine Conciliation Commission.
The eight-power resolution call-
ing for direct Arab-Israel peace
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The
will be housed on
Jael Exposition, which open. Sunday at I pm. wM g> nnationwrde torn. Stage and
^mgton Avenue. Miami is the first stop o f the "P081"0" *
-~jron Avenue. Miami is tne nrsi muV -~ ~^'mmrmttma
*Nn cebjbritis. wiM be pweent at the inaug uration ceremon.es.
Israel Disappointed
Although disappointed with the
fact that the General Assembly
failed to adopt the resolution ad-
vocating direct Arab-Israel peace
talks, the Israel delegation at the
United Nations drew some con-
solation from the Assembly devel-
opments. Ambassador Eban cited
the following facts:
1. The Arabs had initiated the
Palestine issue in the General
Assembly. Their complaints had
been thoroughly aired and had
been dismissed by the General
Assembly which had refused to act
in any way on their complaints.
2. The General Assembly and
the Political Committee had re-
jected attempts to have past reso-
lutions on Palestine reaffirmed.
Specifically, it had rejected the
\rab demand to this effect and
!he General Assembly had re-
jected the Philippine amendment
which would have made the pasl
UN resolutions the basis of direct
Arab-Israel negotiations. On the
other hand, however, the Assem-
bly failed to take any formal ac-
tion to bring about direct negotia-
tions although a majority had
favored such action.
program, the major bones of con-
tention between the Orthodox
group on one hand and the Gen-
eral Zionists and the Mapai on the
other is the proposed amalgama-
tion of the various party educa-
tional systems and the mobilization
of women for national service.
At a meeting of the General
Zionist central council, it was de-
cided to name the following to
Ministerial posts: Dr. Peretz, Bern-
stein, Minister of Trade and Indus-
try; Israel Rokach, Minister of In-
terior; Joseph Saphir, Minister of
Communications; and Joseph Ser-
lin. Minister of Health. The Pro-
gressives have decided to name
Dr. Pinchas Rosen as candidate for
the Justice portfolio.
Meanwhile. Israel welcomed the
prospect of a stable national gov-
ernmentthe strongest in its his-
toryas a result of agreement be-
tween the Mapai and General Zion-
ist Partiesthe two largest in Par-
liament under which the Gen-
eral Zionists enter a new coalition
administration.
The eleven-point agreement ra-
tified by both parties was signed
at the home of Premier David Ben-
Gurion. The new coalition will
give the government the largest
and most secure majority it has
enjoyed in the Knesset in a long
time. The two parties together con-
trol 73 of the 120 votes in the
house or 12 more than the required
majority.
There was considerable give and
take in the Mapai-General Zionist
negotiations which was reflected
in the 11 points of policy finally
agreed upon and signed.
Jessel And
Morse At
Kick-Off
George Jessel, one of America's
great showmen and after-dinner
speakers, and Senator Wayne
Morse of Oregon, will headline the
program at the Initial Gifts Dinner
launching the 1953 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal on January 11th, it has
been announced by Jacob Sher,
Initial Gifts chairman. The gala
social event will be held in the
Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel.
Jessel, who has just returned
from an intensive visit to Israel,
expressed a desire to participate in
the major kick-off function of the
Appeal when he learned the even-
would be dedicated to the mem-
ory of Jack A. Ablin, prominent
philanthropic worker who had
been slated to head the 1953 cam-
paign.
Campaign Chairman Howard
Kane hailed the Initial Gifts pro-
gram as one of the outstanding so-
cial events in the history of the
Greater Miami Jewish community.
"We expect all records of gen-
erosity to be exceeded on the ev-
ening of January 11th, when we
raise the curtain on this year's Ap-
pear," Kane stated. "Through the
funds raised in our annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, we will
supply food, clothing, medical sup-
plies and housing to these courag-
eous settlers in Israel.
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FRIDAY,
Weizmann Tribute
Set For Sunday
Greater Miami Jewry will join
with Jews the world over in ush-
ering in the Weizmann Memorial
Tribute inaugurated by the Jew-
ish National Fund. The Memorial
Tribute, which is open to the pub
lie, will be held on Sunday even-
ing, 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Leon J. Ell will preside and Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff, president of
the JNF of Greater Miami, will
Junior Hiulassah D p's Must File
If fair Sunday
The Miami I'nit of Junior Ha
dassah will sponsor a dance on
Sunday. 9 p.m., at the Monte Carlo
Hotel, according to Elaine Sch
wartzman. president.
Theme of the dance will be Hol-
iday Highlights. Entertainment
and contests will be an added fea-
ture of the dance. Proceeds are
for Meier Shfeyah. the children's
village in Israel supported and
maintained by Junior Hadassah.
In charge of arrangements are
Janet Sklow. Wilma Shulman.
Ruth Dixon. Pat Pearl, Delores
Pearl, Mariana Klibanow. Annette
Levitt Elaine Schwartzman, JoAnn
Shier and Elaine Sachs.
Mendel Fisher
open the proceedings Rabbi Irv
ing Lehrman will give (he invoca
tion Other important leaden and
Rabbis in the community will par-
ticipate hi tin' exercises
l h. program will include an ad
riro^ oi tribute bj Mendel N Fish
er. national executive director <>l
JNF in New York who has been
among the leadership ol the Zion
ist Organization of America and
who served for man) years on the
World Zionist Actions Committee
Fisher waa closel) associated with
Dr. Chain) Weizmann and the in-
ner circle ol the Zionist movement
for over ;i quarter <>f century.
B'nai B nth Youth
To Convene Here
Guest speaker for the Conven-
tion Banquet of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization i- scheduled
to be held on Monday evening. I)e
comber 29th. at
at the Colon)
Restaurant, will
hfl Vice Mayor
Burnett Roth of
Miami Bench
Mr, Roth will
ddresa 3 00
youths who are
in Greater Mi-
ami represent inp
B'nai B'rith
youi h chapten
throughout Florida ctirrentlv con
immigrant Report
All Displaced Persons who ar-
rived in the United States on or
after January 1. 1951. are to com-
plete Form DPC 12. Semi-Annual
| Report of Immigrant Displaced
Persons, according to an announce-
ment this week by the Greater Mi-
ami Section. National Council of
Jewish Women
The forms may bo secured at
the office of Council. 135 NW 3rd
Avenue, or at the local office of
Immigration and Naturalization
Service. 3915 Biscayne Boulevard.
A total of four of these forms
must be completed by Displaced
Persons for each family unit dur-
iiif the first two years of their
residence in the I'nited States,
Council officials said here.
2CEMJQJ
8.1*1
Loral Hrantlris U ,..,. #;POT77r
T f iiWflfl rVem at] '#*-.-.. jjW"P
To MntttaU \ru- Ottirrrn
The first semi-annual meeting of
the Greater Miami Chapter. Na-
tional Women's Committee for
Brandeis University.Nwill be held
on January '"I' at the Algiers Ho-
tel.
New officers and Board mem-
bers will be installed at the meet-
ing. Taking office as president
will be Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg.
Mrs. Harold Turk, former presi
The
,'ne Program will in, J 1
Sketch Book. STjf 1-
sity Show. 'scheduS'^l
rch rCUn,Vi
JJj Gst
tional president?,,^
AeHi>n .
ented at the Dad. <
torium ,n March rCUnl>

cording to u. "V!1? 8roP.i
gram chairman ***** il
llaibbi Sirsk>
S|M'-iks At Forum
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky.
spiritual leader of the Beth El Con-
gregation, will be guest speaker
at the weekly meeting of Dor Yid-
disher Forum tomorrow evening in
the Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Subject of Rabbi Swirsky s talk
is scheduled as: The Jewish Con-
cept Of Art. An open discussion
will follow
and Mrs. Rohbins. S|
Brandeis diversity M .
d ta Waitham, Masl"
four years ,g0 as the 53
sponsored noneectariw Jl
in America. R, firsl JJ
graduated thia pas, june *
tional U omen's Co^*'
Brandeis University, wh,ch,
twice a year, was org^
the purpose of supportingZ.
versity library.
It has
Tolianoff
eluding foui days of deliberation
concerned with the various aspect!
ol their organization.
Toastmaster will ix- Milton A
Friedman, national youth commis
sioper from District No 5. B'na
B'rith, and Miami attorney. Othe:
prominent B'nai B'rith and com
munlt) leader- in attendance wi
include George Talianoff. nationa
commissioner of the B'nai B'riti
Anti Defamation Ix-ague: Mrs. A
Frank Wellins, chairman. Southen
.Cantor Moshe Kusevitsky, who Area B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza
Levy Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Maur
ice Levy, formerly of 3781 NW
12th Terrace, will take place Sun-1 Nathan Strauss and Harold Thur
Mrs. Harold Turk
. Honorary President
dent, will become honorary" presi-
dent.
Other officers are the Mesdames
Aaron Farr. Emanue! Goldstrich.
Robert Green. Alexander Robbins,
Mnco grown to
four chairs In ,he Huma^
Wtrll.
Nominating committee (
group includes the MesdanwJI
ns J. Goldin. chairman SjH
Aronovitz. Meyer A. Baskin
liam Bernstein. Jean C. LcfeasJ
Max Schwartz and Carl W f
ORKIN
will render the musical portion of
the program, Is beat known as the
Warsaw Cantor An outstanding
tenor, he has been acclaimed bj
leading music critics the world ov-
er. Ell said here early this week
The JNF. in establishing the
Weizmann Memorial to be known
as the Yaar Nassi the Weiz-
mann For. si affords Jews e*,
tion. who will install new officer
of the Florida Region. B'nai Brit!
Girls; and Mrs. Ida Optner. vie.
president of District No 5 Worn
in Grand Lodge, representing tlv
Hillel Foundation at the I'niver
sity of Miami.
Harry Goodmark, president of thi
Hoi:.la State Federation of Men'
Lodges will install new regions
late then- regard for the immortal
leader in a land reclamation pro
ject which will benefit Israel. Ell
explained
erywhere the opportunit) to trans officers of Aleph Zadlk Aleph
These are Mrs .lack Wien. vice
president of the Florida State Fee
eration of Women Chapters. Sid
He) AlonovitZ, past president ol
South Florida Men's Council. A
J Kaplan, president ol South Flor
Ida Men's Council; Mrs Tens Kat/
I president ->i South Florida Won
!!,*:i,,>,il!;;:;,;:-'-:i;t;'"'
Cohen Unveiling
The dedication of monument to
the memory of the late Morris I.
Drive. Miami Beach, former owner and Women B'nai B'riti
and operator of Cohen > Pleasant
Men
Hotel. Millis,. Massachusetts, will
take place Sunday, December 28th,
11:30 a.m.. on Mount Sinai Come
tery. with Rabbi Mayer Ahramo
witz officiating. Mr. Cohen is sur-
vived by his wife. Lena; two
daughters, Mrs. Bernice Cohen and
Mrs Sylvia Brown; and four grand
children, all of Miami Beach. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Palm
er's Miami Monument Company
Relatives and friends are request
ed to be present
lay, December 28th. 1 p.m.. on
Mount Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Mas Shapiro officiating. Mr. Levy
is survived by his wife. Mary; two
.on>. Wilfred and Milton; and two
laughters. Kathleen and Sylvia.
trrangementa are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
man, vice presidents; Sydney
AmnovitZ, treasurer; Martin Belle,
recording secretary; Jean C. Leh-
man, corresponding secretary: and
Anne Satin, financial secretary.
Miss Margie Goldman, preaidenl
District No. 5. B'nai B'rith Girls]
Miss Barbara Gardner, president
Florida Region, B'nai B'rith Cirls;
and Leonard Schwartz, president
Florida Region. Aleph Zadik Al-
eph.
Featured at the evenings affair
will be the installation of officers
and the selection of the State'
Sweetheart of AZA Chairmen for'
the Convention are Don Cook.
Richard Finner. Harvey Stone and
Miss Barbara Gardner.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1952
AbrahantDor Will Participate In Opening
)f Israel Exposition Here On Sunday
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Abraham Dor, the first Jew to
I ,!| copper 'n Israel since the
ulous days of King Solomon,
I arrive at Miami Beach today
participate in the grand open-
di the Israel Exposition which
I be held at 1604 Washington
kvenue on Sunday afternoon, 4
m.
In his capacity as chief engineer
( (he Israel Mining Industries,
)or has been responsible for the
arflung exploitation program of
cwly-discovered mineral resourc-
s in the Negev which are being
rveloped with the aid of the
through the Israel
Israel, based mainly on domest
ores and raw material:;, he me: and
conferred with Israel', late Minis-
tor of Finance EUezer Kaplan and
other Icadin- government figures
Dor was subsequently appointed
( hief Engineer of the ncwlv-form-
ed Israel Mining Industries
1,000 Participate
In Maccabiah
Over 1,000 children are expect-
iiufc raised mm
Jonnd Drive in Miami and other ft*^ *"****
arts of the United States.
As an unusual
risit to this city,
feature of his
Dor will bring
letic Carnival, for the Jewish
schools sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education of Greater Mi-
ami.
"annext TH*nnual M?n*ehiP Tea tendered by the Jewish Home for the Aged Aux-
F arLl J M Y re 2?5 ,0 "?ht) ,he Mesdame* Morris Dubler. Isadore Cohen, Irving
p f01 Sllve<> S.dney Appel, A. A. Miller, Lotte Brown. Ben Hammerman and
Mori Fremon.
Abraham Dor
-
I
Participants of 14 schools are
entered in the pageantary parade,
athletic events and song events
scheduled in Miami for Sunday.
December 28th, at 10 a.m., and
on the Beach for Monday, Decem-
ber 29th. at 10 a.m. The Macca-
biah will be held for Miami schools
at Shenandoah Park, and for the
Beach schools at Flamingo Park.
The program will begin with a
parade of the schools involving
original decorative ideas centered
around the t'hanuka motif. The
colorful pageant will be followed
by a series of athletic events by
students classified in six categor-
ies. The athletic events include
dashes, relays and partner-races.
The Maccabiah will conclude with
a song conti >l and distribution of
refreshments donated by Mr. Carl
Weinkle, of the I i .'.- Food Mark-
ets.
the first piece of cop-
I in Israel since King
ed his (amoui c P
in Ihe Holy Land more
00 years a;:... The i
Industries ia one of the
irtant branches of the
iei nomic develop
by Israel Bonds;
World War II. Dor ain-
Individual will be
ed rib-
bons, and the h lining the
lal i ideal
lor their school library. The
awards are
iry of
hi r late h es M. Ra1
ner. All awai Is will be distributed
lowing the
.. b
nition as an industrial de- a, Kho0\ assomblii
:.t expert working with a
Gem Planning Industrial De-
nt Commission whose task
to integrate the economies
Ihe countries in the Middle
East for the war effort. It was
while with this commission that he
lied his acquaintance with
the mineral potential of the Negev
ther areas of Tthe Middle
i:..
After completing a private
survey of the prospects of devel-
Itabbi Lehrman
At Seminary
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center and a member of the Rab-
binic Cabinet of.
the Jewish Theo
logical Seminar>|
of America, wil!
be principal
speaker at a city
wide dinner t c
be held at the
liar Zion Tern
pie, PhiladeJ
phia. on Tuesda)
evening, Januarj
ijth. Rabb; Lehrman
The dinner, which Is being at-
tended by leaders and members of
the Boards of all conservative con-
ations in the (junker City, will
ared to advance the work of
Seminary, the l nited Syna
ii ol rica and 'li" Rabbin-
ical Assem >.. i America.
A a member '>t the Rabbinic
let of I he S< n i larj. I
Lehrman ha been called upon to
i i egations all over the
c luntrj. and al the same lime, io
mi v I wilh small groups ol leaders
. arious communities for con-
ferences aimed al projecting the
future course of Juadism in Amer-
Home Auxiliary
Tenders Tea For
Membership
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged will be hosts to mem-
bers at an Annual Membership
Tea on Tuesday, December 3Qth,
1 p.m., in Temple Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Member-
ship chairman will introduce new
members to the Auxiliary.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, program
chairman, will present Mrs.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Life Mem-
bership chairman, who will pre-
sent gold pins to all new Life mem-
bers. An original Chanuka can-
dle-lighting ceremony will follow,
written and directed by Mori Fre-
mon.
The procram will conclude with
vocal numbers by Mrs. Al "Flip"
; isen, accompanied by Madame
:',r.cr Stern.
Flagler Primes
Students For
Sports Event
Sunday School students of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commun-
ity Center are preparing for the
Greater Miami Maccabiah sponsor-
ed by the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
The Macabiah will be held at
Shenandoah Park on Sunday morn-
ing. Bernard Welkind. principal,
has been meeting with Center stu-
dents to practice for the area-wide
competition.
The Center has completed its
plans for a New Year's Eve Affair.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart are
planning for a midnight supper, ac-
cording to Center officials.
in charge of reservations are
Mrs. Ben Clein and Morton Eiter-
nian.
Schools participating include
Beth David, Beth El, Coral Gables
Jewish Center, Miami Hebrew
School. Wesl Miami Jewish Cen-
ter, Worknw n's Circle, Zamora
Jewish Center, Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish renter. Hialeah-Mlami Springs
Jewish (enter, Israelite (enter.
Knesseth Israel. North Dud
ica.
Rudolph Fried
the Philadelphia
mittee.
i-. chairman of
Seminary Com-
Mount Sinai Barbecue
The holiday season was cele-
brated at Mount Sinai Hospital
with a Barbecue and Swim Party
jaW. given by members of the Board of
Center
North Shore
oping a metallurgical industry in Jewish (enter
Trustees for the hospital's 400 em-
ployes and their families Sunday
afternoon.
Happy Go Lukshen
Opens NY Eve
Reservations for Happy Go Luk-
shen. the new American-Yiddish
Revue at Ihe Plaza heatre on Mi-
ami Beach, arc comin;; in daily,
according to reports this week.
The revue is entirely in English,
and the lyrics and music were
. written by Murray Rumsey, well- j
known producer who wrote What'
I'm Lucky, and other successes.
Featured in Happy Go Lukshen
arc the Radio Aces. Billy Hodes.
Beverly Shearer. Sonya Varr, Sid
Larson and Carolyn Wood.
The revue will feature songs
ike The C.efilte Fish Rhumba. the
Three Lukshen, and many other
numbers. _____^^_
Music School To
Open On Beach
A new tory of Music
. i n the Beach :it 1410
Alton R
Its founder, Martha Frost, who
ittained a national and in-
ternatii nal singing and teach-
ing career, will be in charge of
the Vocal Department ol the
Frost Conservatory Of Music.
Miss Frost has successfully
tought voice technique to many
pupils in her New York and Dar-
ien, Connecticut studios. Work-
ing with her will be a staff of
American and European instruc-
tors.
Individual private lessons for
adults and children in all branch-
es of music will be featured.
Miss Frost's pupils include
John Dudley, tenor of the Met-
ropolitan Opera Company, New-
York; Carroll Culpepper, tenor
of the Opera Comique, Paris.
France; and Clemence Groves,
star soloist in motion pictures.
Judcsecins Gather
|!n Jacksonville
i ty three members of the
seven Senior Judaea chapters and
Leader an attending the Winter
Conclave of Southern Young Ju-
daea through December 29th, at
Jacksonville Beach.
Delegates attending are Harold
Klapper. Harriet Solloway. Melvin
Sachs. Delores Chcrnoff and Bob-
by Raiber. Hatikvah Group; Judy
Phillips. Judy Shapiro, Liz Sim-
kowitz, Myrna Bressack and Alan
Goldberg. Nar Tamid Chapter; Al-
lita Hoffman. Joe Murray, Tamara
Mamches, Harriet Mandel and Car-
ol Lattiner. Chaim Weizmann; Jack
Becker and Ronald Askowitz, Hia-
leah-Mlami Springs Group.
Harry J. Sonz and Mrs. Henry K.
Solloway will represent the Great-
er Miami Zionist Youth Commis-
sion. Staff members include El-
eanor Goodman. Young Judaea
Lei er; Miriam Scheinberg. City
I tor. and Gil Rappaport, as-
nt Regional Youth Commis-
sion Director,
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'I'lii I>r;.'I Exposition
History will show that Israel was reborn
by the will of its people to survive as a spir-
itual entity. But it will also show a vigorous
rebirth a nation sprung from the battlefield,
crying aloud its new-found right to be nation-
ally indentified and determined that no
course of future time will repeat the annals
of the past.
Such determination means more than
World Jewry's constant vigil to guard its tra-
ditions and its ancient culture. It means the
ever increasing strength of sinew and muscle
a new land develops by economic and indus-
trial exercise. What had been previously suf-
ficient to maintain the Jew in his exile is now
insufficient to guarantee the statehood of his
return.
It is therefore with exceeding delight that
we welcome the opening of the Israel Expo-
sition on Miami Beach. No other American
community, outside of New York City, has
thusfar been privileged to view the Expo-
sition; it make its first stop of a travel tour
here.
The range of Israel-produced articles on
display is wide. Viewers will observe an ar-
ray of raw materials, scientific equipment,
drugs, tools, clothing, jewelry, toys, books,
automobiles, etc. But the most singular ex-
perience will be the reaction to Hebrew-letter-
ed labels and trademarks on the many items
featured.
This is no simple egotism. This is no un-
reasonable pride. This is the story of a mir-
acle. Out of a language nurtured by Rabbis
for two millenia have come, in but four years,
the tags for drills, casting machines, electron-
ic equipment and pharmaceuticals. Out of
the words of an ancient literature has grown
the vocabulary of technology and commerce.
Here is the vigorous rebirth. Here is the
strength beyond the will to survive as a spir-
itual entity. Here are the sinew and muscle
of Israel's statehood and of its future.
Interest in the youthful democracy's de-
velopment can be displayed here by frequent
attendance at the Exposition. Personal ob-
servation, alone, will be the measure of satis-
faction derived from a spiritual and physical
awakening unparalleled in our time.
hi' Polish Puppet
The Polish Government is currently de-
manding the recall of Dr. Arieh Kubovi, Israel
Minister, on the ground that he misused his
diplomatic privileges to the prejudice of the
Polish Republic.
It has also been reported from Warsaw
that the Israel Legation there is charged with
espionage activities. This charge, of course,
;s nebulous in nature. No evidence has been
submitted to substantiate it. But the Polish
Government has come up with a more subtle
wrinkle.
The Israel Legation, it says, illegally
claims the right to represent Polish citizens of
Jewish origin. But one must make no mis-
take. Clearly, this is NOT a charge of "in-
ternational Zionism". Clearly, this situation
has nothing whatever to do with the recent
Czechoslovakian purges. Clearly, the Israelis
are just being bad boys again.
That monstrous State of Israel, with its
full 326 miles of railway, will just never learn
to stop picking on the little innocents of Mos-
cow.
I \ Slops Xi'.ir i:.isi
Israel has suffered a stranqe defeat in the
United Nations. A resolution calling for di-
rect Arab-Israel peace negotiations went
down to defeat by the General Assembly late
last week.
This is a strange turn of events precisely
because of the bedfellows the defeat now re-
veals. The Soviet and Latin-American blocs
were largely responsible for squelching ttie
UN recommendation sponsored by eight neu-
tral powers.
The Arabs, of course, gain much from this
latest stall. There is little they can accomplish
by submitting to any peace recommendation.
What the Moslem World has thusfar lost in
prestige and geographic advantage is irre-
trievable and would be solidified as a thorn
of visible defeat by accepting a truce ar-
rangement.
Continuation of the Arab-Israel "cold
war", on the other hand, means that the Jew-
ish state can never cease its military vigil
and that its economic development must be
retarded. In this possibility, Arab leadership
finds much solace.
If we can not agree with the Moslem
World's tactics and if we heatedly accuse its
delegates of hypocritical double-talk about
peace, we can. at least, recognize the pur-
pose of such negative international diplom-
acy. But the Soviet situation seems most rep.
rehensible of all. Pretending to be alone in
the battle for dignified statehood, the USSR
is currently trading on the misery of forty
million Moslem slaves, as well as on Israel's
drive toward industrial independence.
For by sponsoring the defeat of the UN
resolution, the USSR has underwritten con-
tinued Near Eastern unrest, advanced the
mastery of Arab feudalism and destroyed the
possibility, at least until February when next
the General Assembly meets, of bringing
friendship to the mass of humankind it pre-
tends to love.
Worlp Petes
pACE IM ISRAEL
FUKTHC* mm* RtoSP
AID TO fSRASL
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR _
During The Week... a8 i SeeIt
By LEO MINDLIN
A .\'W 4 .illill<-I
Last week, Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
ion submitted the resignation of his cabinet
to President Ben-Zvi. Within a few days, the
Prime Minister came up with a new coalition
which will guide Israel's governmental affairs
in the future.
It was Mr. Ben-Gurion who took the initi-
ative in reforming his cabinet. The new state
now has a stronger and more representative
coalition than ever before. For one thing, the
General Zionists and the Progressive Parly
are now included. For another, the conflict
that had previously separated the General
Zionists. Mapai and the Orthodox elements
is now largely stilled.
Most singular about the matter is the fact
that Mr. Ben-Gurion's leadership was never
for a moment overtly questioned. It is a tri-
bute to him that all contesting parties recog-
nized his unifying qualities. But the Prime
Minister deserves praise for more than the
cohesive force he symbolizes.
It was he who courted the unrepresented
groups, smoothed out differences and invited
,iem-in, ,he cabir>et. While it is true that
Mr. Ben-Gurion's own Mapai Party is now1
more strongly situated as a result, it is also!
true that the democratic process in Israel!
stands much to gain from the initiative of his'
latest political move.
A SECOND APPEARANCE: Rabbi Irving Miner
fore volunteer workers for the Combined Jewish Appeal7a""ark
still fresh in the memory of those who heard him His speech ?
Israel Bond function last Monday evening served to rtarpenS nJ
lection of his enthusiastic personality and oratorical ability
w k 1,P7s*dei|t of ,he Zionist Organization of America came b
III FA .r!JS ^"d CamPai8n> IT hC W3S nl 1W* ^
the I JA and its purposes, as well. Indeed. Rabbi Miller did muchi
knit the schism that has unfortunately arisen between the two dnm
In the flow of his poetical delivery, the Rabbi paused at evsenu,
moments to elaborate on both their functions and ends and tock
tize those who continue regarding them as antithetical
Most significant was Rabbi Millers explanation of Arab Led
reticence to conclude a peace with Israel. The Moslems, he said ret*
nize that the Jewish state can not be defeated on the battlefield E
nomic collapse is their only hope, and they have been maintainwfi
rigid blocade against Israel in the face of Doited Nations regulation
holding such measures illegal.
Despite this. Rabbi Miller explained, the new state ha< ben
steadily reaching toward financial and industrial independence Amer-
ican-Jewish non support of the bond drive, he cautioned, would ut>
mately strengthen the Arab expectation. His heartfelt request tor
continued aid. as well as his insistence that onlv Jews are capable 4
understanding the urgency of the situation, emphasized negatively
the bond campaigns continued policy of employing non-JewiA pro-
fessional lovers of Israel as spokesmen.
Not one of these bandwagon riders appearing here during tie
past two seasons matched by one iota Rabbi Millers sincerity and
effectiveness last Monday evening.
Off The Record
CHANUKA AND CHRISTMAS
This is the holiday season for
the elements in our midst who are
bent on finding a synthesis or at
least a common denominator be-
tween Chanuka and Christmas.
Year after year they keep on
harping on the theme with a per-
sistence that is as amazing as it
is unhealthy. For the life of me I
can't understand why they are
striving to dilute the spirit of
Chanukaan epic in the Jewish
struggle for survival with a
theme that is completely alien
end contradictory to Jewish
thinking and doctrine.
I am not unmindful of the spirit
of good will generated by the
Christmas holiday, but the un-
adulterated fact remains that the
holiday is primarily a religious
one and therefore has no place in
Jewish homes. The argument that
our children, for social and psy-
chological reasons, must not be
denied participation in the joy of
the season with their Christian
friends is a specious one. If that
argument were pushed to its logi-
cal conclusion, its advocates
would have to counsel wide Jew-
ish participation in other Chris-
tian ceremonials as well. More-
over, it assumes an incurable
state of mind among our children
and is a frank admission of hope-
lessness in the struggle against
the environmental forces which
would engulf us. This is a defeat-
ist attitudew ith dire consequenc-
es.
Children can think as logically
as adults. I should think that if
an effort were made to explain
to them the thematic divergence
between Chanuka and Christmas
they would not only hearken but
obey a, well. Any other approach
u one of leaat resistance and a
grave injuatlce against the verj
youngsters whom we are striving
to integrate into Jewish living
REPLY TO A LETTER: This week's issue of The Jewish Flondia
carries a letter on Page 3B in which a New York reader express*
enormous concern for my "hysterical, rabble-rousing journalism TV
writer refers to my column of December 12th, devoted to a report on
a lecture delivered here by Mr. Moishe Katz.
I am compared by the correspondent to West brook Pegler. I
might mention in passing that had I been called a spiritual supporter
of the Russian Politburo or NKVD I should feel no less insulted It
seems to me that the syndicated columnist and both these Soviet
political expressions, among others, are equal social evils. But the
writer is essentially bothered by jny unwholesome professional atti-
tude, and I am here determined to set her mind at rest.
Let me state immediately that I am in complete accord with her
fear for hysteria I am, however, disinclined to consider the problea
of rabble-rousing because I choose not to believe in the existence of a
rabblement. The mass of humankind, even when uninformed, is cap-
able of being educated. It is the role of totalitarian leadership ta
regard such a mass as rabble and as fertile ground for the inculca-
tion of distorted social philosophies.
The true democrat prefers to view the uninformed as an educa-
tive challenge And it is precisely for this reason that I am in actors
with the writers fear for hysteria. Lack of information means naive*
that can be shaped in any direction. Hysterical leadership is symp-
tomatic of Fascist tendency. Mr. Moise Katz and his appearance here
are a case in point.
I have no intention of reviewing Mr. Katz' opinions as report^
in my recent column. They stand unamended and unfortunately sp*
for themselves But suffice it to say that they are typical examples"
hysterical pontification designed to misinform through inuendo v*
half truth. If the report is in any manner "undisciplined and in* ]
sponsible" (I quote), it is a successful representation of Mr K
own method.
I must also categorically state that the writer's embarrtssrnert
for me is misplaced. Let this embarrassment be laid at the feet of V>
treiheit journalist who. with his audience, arrogantly flaunted t*
American freedom he pretends to espouse. I could have reported\m
a host of Mr. Katz' blood-chilling observations but refrained W"
(liiinu en i,......_______ v____i..i them
------------ mwiu > IIIIIIIIK UUM-rVdtllUls UUl .1"'- ^_
doing so because publication would merely serve to broadcart t"
T ^,d.ely My ori*in,,, intention was to list only a handful; IM
engaged in more than perfunctory rebuttal. I am indeed ashamex
jor certain intellectual pronouncements must be held in silent c*
tempt.
ttm/t fr ml r*feren<* o Lenin, it U clear I could not have assoj
ated him with the Soviet purges of the early '30s The USSR m
engaged h more mas, politic, murders than any normal lg
hat N.kolay Lenin died in 1924-unleas. of course. Russian secret
- y" misleads us for equally secret reasons.
muni- d*eussion of Soviet history and the course of t
ESLPVt,P devetoPnnt I should prefer to leave for ff
StaS^isk^! ***"* t0 the core by Party hanger.^ who re
2!ei ?.. ,eelin ihMi ""*. **" m intellectually #
precisely this ,obbi,m that lends meaning to the tern. r**


;--.
llDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1952
ZJ*rts*nurkHan
ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
rOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
hold Friday evening services
[5 p m. Saturday morning serv-
L are < 8:30 a.m. Kiddush will
(low. Mincha is at 5 p.m., with
|os Seudos concluding the Sab-
|h observance. Daily services
at 8 a.m., and at 5 p.m.

4EBREW ACADEMY will hold
|ja3 evening services at 5:15
Saturday morning services
at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Alex-
dor Gross will officiate and ad-
(he Congregation. Cantor
th Tambor will render the mus-
portion of the liturgy. Rabbi
bss will conduct the Post-Grad-
)< Student Discussion Group at
i.m. An Oneg Shabbat for child-
is at 3:30 p.m., under the di-
rt ion of Mrs. Alexander Gross,
fcicha will be at 5 p.m., followed
Shalos Seudos.
(ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
da) evening services at 5:30
V Late services are at 8:15 p.m.,
Ion (enter President Hy Morris
Id Hen Katz, Cantor, will offici-
I Guest speaker will be Miami
forney Morton Perry. Subject of
discourse will be the McCar-
Act. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Idclman will be hosts at the Oneg
lahbal following. Saturday
prning services are at 8:30 a.m.
kbbi Abraham Sachs will offici-
and discuss'the Weekly Por-
pn. Mincha is at 5 p.m., follow-
by Shalos Seudos.
4
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
|11 hold Friday evening services
515 p.m. Late services are at
So p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Wax-
an will officiate and discuss:
conciliation. Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
(1 ll.irris will be hosts at the
Kg Shabbat. Saturday morning
prices are at 9 a.m., with Junior
rvices scheduled for 11 a.m. Min
ka will be at 5 p.m., followed by
Idy of the Weekly Portion con-
icted by Rabbi Waxman. Mor-
tal Rosonbaum will be host at
lalos Seudos. Daily services are
7 a.m.
*
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
II hold Friday evening services
5:15 p.m. Late services arc at
30 p.m., when Rabbi Moses Mes-
ieloil will officiate and discuss:
bviard A New Year. Cantor Aar-
Wcingarten will render the
Busical portion of the liturgy. Sat-
rday morning services are at 8:30
m. at which time the Bar Mitz-
^h of Myron, son of Mr. and Mrs.
taanuel Nirenberg, will take
lace Rabbi Mescheloff will ad-
ess the confirmand. Junior
rvices are at 9 a.m., under the
red ion of Benjamin Kaniinetzky.
iddu-h and refreshments, under
he sponsorship of the Sisterhood.
Hill follow. Mincha is at 5:15 p.ni
followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly
Portion. J
*
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8 p m
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Shapiro.
*
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
Hold Friday evening services at
sundown. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 am., when Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky will discuss: A Rah
bi Takes Stock. A class in Tal
mud is scheduled for 4 p.m. Min
cha is at 4:45 p.m.. followed bv
Shalos Seudos. Junior Congrega
tion services are at 10 a m in
Yeshiva Hall
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturdav
morning services are at 8:30 am!.
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
discuss: Time And Place. At 4:15
p.m., the Rabbi is scheduled to
speak on the Weekly Portion. Min-
cha is at 4:45 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily
services arc at 7:30 a.m.. followed
by a class in Mishna. Mincha is at
5:15 p.m.. followed by a class in
Jewish Laws and Customs.
* > *
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 4:45 p.m.. and at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Abraham Cassel will
deliver his third lecture in the
series on Mental Health and the
Bible. Subject of his discourse is
scheduled as: Mental Illness
Among Biblical Characters. Can-
tor Abraham Scif and the Center
Choir will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Saturday-
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when the Bar Mitzvah of Marvin
Silverman will take place. Mincha
is at 4:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 8
a.m., and at 5 p.m.
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo
Hcim officiating. Subject of his
discourse is scheduled as: What
Men Sow, They Reap. Mr. and
Mrs Harry Fisher will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat following, in
honor of their wedding anniver-
sary. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., with the Bible Class
participating. Reverend Heim will
chant and discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Mincha is at 5 p.m., follow-
ed by Maariv.
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Miami Ave.,
Liber* SIE !-i'''" ''"" '<""' *".
'kv T t. 'M'1 ''"""" K"'k"V-
2nyf 828?"' "'1:'"""Ai" "-
Sfl!."mlGranada- "> NW Sl.l I"..... .
ia2SBl,va :" pw st., II,,!,,,:,
, 1, ? Rabbl Abraham
Kntaath laraai Rabbl Abraham Cm-
TtrnpRScT ,W Euclld Ave-
Miami Beach Rabbl Irving Uhrman,
Miami Hebrew School-Kabhl Klmon
Mta 1 *' "'" S9> 1J"' A'-' '
M-nt|ceilo Park Reverend Jaroh!
Katt, 164th Btraat and NE llth
Avenue, North Miami Beach.
North Dade Rabbl Harry i::: inner
' onaervatlve, 13630 \v. Dixie H&h-
way. North Miami.
North Shore -Hal. l>i Mayer Ahramo-
jrtti, Conaeryatlve, Uti 75th St.,
Miami liench.
Temple larael- I ir. Joseph Xarot, Re-
form. 1 NE 19th st Miami.
Titereth Israel 6500 N. Miami Ave.,
Miami
West Miamirtahhi Alfred Waxman,
Conservative, 5720 BW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orth.lox, 4001 Chase I
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Z.imora Reverend Ittulnir Hrill, fon-
servatlve, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
uablea.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
i hold regular services Friday at
: 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf
K. Brill officiating. Arthur Deut-
sch, chairman of the Religious
Committee, will speak on: Irony
Of History. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Moskowitz will sponsor the Oneg
Shabbat. Saturday services will be-
gin at 9 a.m.. and will be follow-
ed by a Kiddush.
HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-!
MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.. i
with Rabbi Jacob Honig officiat-j
ing. Subject of a discourse to be |
delivered by the Rabbi is sched- j
tiled as: The Jewish Conception
Of Self. Guest Cantor Joseph Mai-:
ek will render the musical por-1
lions of the liturgy. Kiddush will;
be recited by Melvyn Greene. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9:30
a.m., and will be conducted by the
Rabbi and Cantor Mordeccai Hall-
man. Daily services are at 9 a.m.
a a a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8.15 p.m., in honor of the 10th an-
niversary celebration reunion of
ennfirmands. Subject of a dis-
course to be delivered by Rabbi
Leon Kronish is scheduled as: 1
Am Your Brother. Saturday morn
in services are at 10:45 a.m., at
which time the Bar Mitzvah of Al-
an, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ross.
will take place. Cantor Samuel
Kelemcr will render the musical
portion of all services.
9 *
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
dedicate its Friday evening serv-
ices, at 8:15 p.m., to Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus, on the
occasion of his 78th birthday. Sub-
ject of his discourse is scheduled
as: Who Are These Reform Jews.
A reception in his and Mrs. Kap-
lan's honor will follow.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday even-
ing services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
at which time the Bar Mitzvah of
Marvin Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Goldman, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Rabbi Isaac Ever will of-
ficiate and respond. Mincha is at
4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos sponsored by Mrs. Bessie Le-
vine, vice president of the Agud-
ath Israel Sisterhood. Daily serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m., and at 5
p.m.
*
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m. The Annual
Homecoming Service will be dedi-
cated to college youth of the com-
munity. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. Cantor David Sil-
verman. assisted by the Center
Choir, will render the musical por-
tion of the liturgy. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m., when
Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the
Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth
of Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Borenstein, and Richard Steph-
en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Kantor, will take place at that
time. An afternoon Bible class is
at 4 p.m., followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
in the Chapel at 8 a.m., and at 5:30
p.m.
i *
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamches will
officiate, assisted by the Student
Choir under the direction of Mrs.
Jack Donnerstag. The Bar Mitz-
vah of Sandra, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Bernard Schreidell will
take place at that time. Subject of
a discourse to be delivered by I
Rabbi Shapiro is scheduled as: A |
Glimpse Into The New Calendar
Year 1953. An Oneg Shabbat will
follow sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Schreidell. Floral offerings will be
by the Schreidells and Kfh and
Mrs. Gene Krause. Saturday morn!
ing services are at 9 a.m.. at which '
time the Bar Mitzvah of David.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Krause, |
will take place.
* *
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND;
CONGREGATION will hold Friday i
evening services at 5 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 9|
a.m.. when Barry Kennard, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kennard,
will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi;
Simon. April will officiate and ad- j
dress the confirmed. A class in \
Mishna is scheduled for 4 p.m.,
and will be followed by Mincha
and Shalos Seudos.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9:30 a.m., when
Jonathan Noel Baskin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Baskin, will be-
jcome Bar Mitzvah. Subject of a
discourse to be delivered by Rabbi
Morris Skop is scheduled as: How
To Face The Mystery Of A New
Year. The Bar Mitzvah will assist
during the services. A Kiddush
will follow, sponsored by Mr. and
Mrs. Baskin, charter members of
the Center.
*
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
ITER will hold Friday evening
,.services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer
j Abramowitz will officiate and dis-
, cuss: Unbroken Resolutions. Can-
[tor Edward Klein and the Center
i Choir will render the musical por-
tion of the liturgy. Saturday-
morning services are at 8:45 a.m..
when the Bar Mitzvah of David,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C.
Basker, will take place.
Rabbi Abramowitz
Will Address
Zionist Luncheon
Guest speaker at the weekly Zi-
onist Luncheon on Wednesday.
December 31st, will be Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz, spiritual leader of
the North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Abramowitz was born in
Palestine and was ordained at the
Jewish Theological Seminary' of
America. He served as United
States Army Chaplain in Germany
and Austria for three years.
The Zionist Luncheon Club
meets at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 12:15
p.m. Chairman is Albert E. Ossrp.
assisted by Daniel Broad, Jacob
Fishman, Frank Gordon, Irving
Schatzman, Harry Sonz, Rabbi
David Shapiro, Mrs. Faye Tupler
and Mrs. Ossip.
Charles H. Lee will report on the
latest Israeli news, according to
Fred Jonas, acting president of
the Miami Beach Israel Zionist
District.
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FORUM
SAT., DEC. 27th, 8:30 P.M.'
at Kneseth Israel
14th Place & Euclid Avenue'
Miami Beach
Speaker:
DR. SHMARYAHU T.
SWIRSKY
Subject:
THE JEWISH CONCEPT
OF ART
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FRIDAY,
Top bracket was the Friday party at Gilda Dahltwrgs ocean-
front mansion welcoming guests fascinated by tha project of pro-
fessional theatre bar*. Sparking tha organization is Anta Ameri-
can National Theatre and Academy headquartered in New York,
prepared to bring Sara Churchill and Charles Laughton down in
January ...
Gilda was a Hollywood figure herself in a black seooin sheath
dramatic against crackling flames (natch, in the fireplace). Early
arrival was Florence Pick who'd said on the phone: "I can row right
over to her house." "What a notion." I'd said.
"I mean if; we live directly across Indian Creek from each
other."
"I don't see why we can't work out some sianals then," said
Gilda. "In the Nacional in Havana, we'd wave towels and thinns at
our friends." So if vou notice towels fluttering over the rooftops,
you'll know it's Gilda and Florence enjoying hot conversation
Bill Taradash got tackled by the Al (iottesmans about his hydro
ponic farm" whet* it's now costing him only a dollar to raise a radish.
The salt winds, he complains, moss up his minerals The Gottes
mans, who will spend the holidays in Toledo, were happily devoured
by Walter Jacobs who found in Al a true brother of the Theatre AT-
son is an important scriptwriter (with ideas and Al hims.df was going
to operate the Cinema Casino as a top professional house some \ear>
ago .
By that time. I too was feeling important, discovering that the
nice gent chatting with me was Alexander Squibb, which is the closest
I ever got to their toothpaste and 4ri buildings in Indiana and then
Bernie Robbins zoomed up with a yak of recognition: last time we met
he was frying flapjacks in the New Surf Hotel on a breakfast promo
tion to prove he was good as any hotel chef. And he still thinks so!
Cute young couple were Barbara and Larry i Deepfreeze i Udell
' I hope you've observed my dress." said Barbara. "I made it mvsolf"'
Very clever bronze taffeta Hattie Carnegie could profit by! 'And is
this mink?" I asked "If it isn't." she retorted, "it goes right back to
the store in the morning." News to many is that Miami's the home
of Julian Langner. brother of the Theatre Guild's famed Lawrence
Langner
Personally
Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bramson. of
820 SW 24th Road, are entertain-
ing their nieces, the Misses Fran-
cine and De Dee Levitt, Chicago.
Illinois.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gross, of
Cleveland. Ohio, are here for a
three week vacation as guests of
Mrs Gross' mother. Mrs. Jennie
Koch. 2602 SW 27th Street. Mrs
Gross is a former president of
the Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women and was also con
nected with the Guidance Clinic
at the University of Miami.
Doris Kasow Given In Marr
Father; Carved Ivory Fan Is iw>
Given in marriage by her father. Doris Kasow h A\Yc
Mrs. Abraham Kasow. 2100 SW 21st' Avenu^? daughl*r [
nn Marl.iff sun of Mr nnrl Mr. I.__i_ .. wme "-
er
Pan
ton Sadoff. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D SadoffEV** br> on Sunday. December 21st. at the Masonic Hall SW 18,l> a
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of the Rpik r.
iciated. He was assisted by Cantor Maurice M,uid s>t*
The bride's gown was fashioned in a
nodi
long
And just about then I got all wrapped up in Eddie Cohen
wh.ch is very easy for several reasons: his father was pioneer
Isador Cohen of 1896. Eddies the first Jewish kid born down here,
h.s sister's Clare Weintraub, and waiting to quiver to the histor-
ian's touch are about 8 suitcases, says Eddie, of his father's out-of-
print Miami books, papers and personal documents. (I intend to
cultivate this kid because I crave to get into those suitcases. Hey
what's your phone number?)
ON THE BEAT:
Siiul Worth is enthusiastic legman for the Miami Beach Civic Orch-
estra, expanded from the Friends and Miami Beach Svmphonette and.
rocketing.into Its first big free public appearance Kehruarv 23rd at
the Beach Auditorium. Lucille (Mrs. Al) Weiss, promoting' publicity
also with Herbert Bromberg, calls the Community to the January 7th
meeting al Miami Beach Elementary School Committee head's are'
-Miss Edna Hnberg, on Journal and Advertising with Mrs Michael
.',?"^"> K'' K>k"W a"fl Mrs Sul <;<>>derg; Ways and Means. Dr I
Michael Horw.tz with Jean Silver. Mrs Frieda Shack, Mrs Eakow and
Mrs. Weiss; and Entertainment, Mrs. Harry Flaum, Mrs. Abe Hai-
cuck .
F,.SUvd?.y V' 1ho,'eUy-,i for M"- Ann. Kane, host... in her
Exotic Villa, for loved ones who, hearing she planned a dinner, piled
in from all points. At the festive board were Detroit's Dr. and Mr,
Morris Rask.n with adorable grandchildren Kathy and Caroline Kurs-
wm'i.mK? \nrMrV S J- ""' Tr","' Charles Wolfs, the
William Kleem.ns of Cairo. N.Y., and Coral Gable', R.bert Mitchell,.
The visitor, took a suite at the All,son Young fry hiohlv at
lu n^* ErEL' d.in"*r *nd A,li*'* Mrvin' '? were B.tsy
Raskm, ll-year-old big sitter to 7-year-old Julie
Meanwhile the neighboring Charles Wolfs, winter residents re-
turning annually and faithfully to their same apartment we're also
SoTr vT^- a!L\" !he P'aCC ^in,nK their Mr. and Mrs
Morton C, talk (she s the Wolfs' daughter, spending a month ,n HoS
wood from hometown New Rochelle With them are the Kalk" prde
and-joys --Jeffrey. 12. Helene. 10 and young John Henrv Due ,n is
son Oscar Wolf, veepee of Park Lane handbags
Busy things are popping at the Westview Country Club At their
Collegian Dance Marshall Pepper was especially expected. He's ,ht
son of Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper, a pre-med soph at Tulane The
Arthur rinniestons whipped up a birthday celebration there for
daughter Ardie. student at Traphagen School and ,n between I Jot
sure where) Finnieston went on a hunting trip And aTtt e Tater
Mrs. Sam Resnick polished up a welcome to her daugh?e now A '
lanta's Mrs. A. W. Lane with toddler Andv
LINE BY LINE:
The Ambassador cafeteria's Louis Horowit, i, the proud father-
m-law of optometrist Dr. William S. Grier Sy Kaplan (H.I Vvil
ter Co.) divvies up those necessary swi.....orJ Florid Z\,
man H.I Chariot,, and Lew Escort were probably the fir,, out-
siders to see the A.gjers nside office, ... The New Yorker,' Hen
!,. 7 ?%. n9m9 "P r*COrd ""' Front De.k
in the local hotel business "*
.,i^iM.A0f\A- a"-" h'\ uneovred *artling fact, about unused
park land for the League of Women Voter. Washington's Her
m*" ,'i'l' 1P *" n ,h# owr'01 independent WWDC, has had to
cancel his December stay here ...
Mr and Mrs Isadore Mayers, of
320 NW 441 h Avenue, announce
the birth of their son, Jeffrey Mir
tin. on December 3rd. The new-
arrival's brother and sister are
Douglas Bruce and Joyce Ellen.
ft
Cantor and Mrs. Jacob E. Tarn-,
bor. of 2061 SW 7th Street, will be ]
hosts to psychologist Dr. Murray
Abram.sky. of New York, during
his winter vacation here. Dr. Ah-
ramsky i- Mrs. Tamhors brother.
ft ft
Visiting their parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Hynian Pertes. of 445 SW
23rd Road, for a three-week vaca-
tion are Mr and Mrs. Morris Mai-
med, Lowell Massachusetts. With
the Maimed* are their children,
Richard and Carolann.
. ft ft ft
Celebrating their 40th wedding
anniversary last night were Mr.
and Mrs Sam I.erner. of 1304 Euc-
lid Avenue, Miami Beach.
ft ft ft
Mr and Mrs. Louis Wolfson. of
4595 North Meridian Avenue, an
nounce the birth of their daughter,
Lynda I-ouisc. at St. Francis Hos-
pital on December 6th. Mrs. Wolf-
son is the former Lynn Rabin.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Rabin, of 1446 Lenox
Avenue. Paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson.
5030 North Bay Road. Lynda Lou-
ise will help celebrate Mr. Rabin's
birthday on New Year's Day.
ft ft ft
Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob S. Minkin,
of New York, arc spending their
winter vacation at 2469 Flamingo
Place, Miami Beach.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Leventhal
and family, of Philadelphia, Penn-
sylvania, will be permanent Miami
residents. They are temporarily
residing at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman J. Leventhal, 1035
SW 62nd Avenue.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs Marvin Schero, of
5809 Riviera Drive. Coral Gables,
announce the birth of their son
on Tuesday at Doctors Hospital.
Grandparents arc Mrs. Fay Ablin,
of 6342 North Bay Road. Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Irene Schero. of
Coral Gables. The new arrival has
a brother, Howard.
ft ft ft
Mr and Mrs. Morton Stitsky of
1B50 (oral Gate Drive, announce
the birth of their son. Leo, on
Wednesday Maternal grandpar
ents are Rabbi and Mrs. S M
Machtei.
d in a hand^lin,*,, Is
!**"- <"'co,leS !2*H
sieves will|J ^
"ffcted by a dee' p&?'
of nylon tulle The ^
French illusion veil saTS
J. custom made headp
loned as a wedding riM ,21 ,
1" ** i?a
She earned orchids _
anotis on a hand-carved TJi
sent to her ., lu, fKinc/J.
P.n when he was station^LjJ
December 21st. is a^-JP
wedding anniversary of ZL
ents.
Bridesmai
were
ir. and Mrs. David P. Catsman
were entertained last Sunday on
the occasion of Mr. Catsman's
birthday. Hostess at a dinner in
her residence was his sister, Mrs
Besse l...ndr Present were the
latsman's sister and brother-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Dubois.
and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Catsman.
ft ft ft
Joseph Colien was reted at a
birthday party last Saturday ev-
ening given by his daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel .
Smith, of 965 NW 7th Street Road. David Sunday School.
Rabin, of West Palm r^
D. Rothfarh V,,M Palm**J|
and the Misses RPnee j^TJ
Harriet Sadoff. of Muni M
gowns were of u fitted tfafl 1
bodice with matchini? stalls.^1
skirts were in tiers of cocsj
over aqua taffeta. Matching!,
pieces were of aqua leavtii
nose veils.
The bride's mother worejaj
net over taffeta floor-lenju. M
with sweetheart neckline, i dJt
applique bodice and double afi
ids. Mrs. Sadoff's gown
navy lace and a v neck with i
orchids.
Best man was Harvey D.
brother of the bride. Mrs.!
Lipson. of Providence, Rho
and. was matron of honor.
Ushers included Martin
Henry Weiss and Gilbert Sdro,
of Miami, and Have Rothfarb, i
West Palm Beach.
Newly wed Mrs Sadoff LiJ
uate of Miami Edison High Sdafl
and the University of Miatj
where she was a member o( Dm
Sigma Sigma Sorority. She ml
past president of Junior Mail
and on the faculty of the Ball
Proceeds Are For
Building Fund
The West Miami Jewish Center
is accepting reservations for its an-
nual New Year's Eve Party which
will be held at the Center on Wed-
nesday evening, December 31st.
A turkey supper will be served
at midnight, prepared by Chef Jas-
per "Yossel" Lewis. Morty Felson
is in charge of reservations. Pro-
ceeds are for the Building Fund.
The bridegroom graduated fml
Samuel Tilden High School. Bn*|
lyn. New York, and the l'nn|
sity of Miami He recently reta>|
ed from an overseas tour of Mn
with the Air Force in Japan. b|
fraternity is Tail Epsilon Phi
The couple will make their ism
at 1437 LeJeune Road, Coral G|
les, after January 5th.
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>AY, DECEMBER 26, 1952
ndra Schreidell Is
is Mitzvah Tonight
andra Schreidell, daughter of
and Mrs. Bernard Schreidell,
SW 25lh Terrace, Miami, will
ome Bas Mitzvah tonight, 8:15
during late Friday evening
irices of the Beth David Con-
ation.
lie Bas Mitzvah is a student at
Shcnandoah Junior High
loo I and received her religious
IninK at the Beth David Hebrew
Golden Agers Will
Mark Anniversaries
New Year's Eve
r/Vlh m by Rabbi Simon Ap-
"I. of the M.ami Hebrew School
and Congregation, will highlight
the meeng of the 0oldenKA fr
on Sunday, December 28th, at the
Jewish Community Center.
Rabbi April has chosen Journev
Through Life as his topic of
Among activities planned for IV
meeting is the members' celebra-
.on l)irthd an(j anmversar
mn u m e,brati"K are If. Lit-
man H. Nevelsky, Mrs. A. Comins.
Charles Feur, Mrs. S Ruble, S.
Teitelbaum, Mrs. R. Becker, Mrs
i>- Kam, Mrs. R. Weintraub.
I r l J:e,rt,nan' *. & Black,
Mrs S. Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs A
Rick. Mrs. Krupnick and Mr. and
Mrs. L. Abeloff.
The 51st wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. R. Cohen will also be
celebrated at that time.
In order to ring in the New
Year, the Golden Agcrs will hold
their Annual New Year's Party on
December 31st. at 8 p.m. In charge
of reservations is Jerome Schul-
man at 82-1003.
*Uni PAGE 7 A
ans Miami Beach Post No. 330.
president of the Hi-Rite Class of
the 32nd degree Scottish Rite
Masons and a member of the Mi-
ami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce Board of Directors.
Mr. Heller is also a member of
Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, Mahi
Shrine, the National Conference of
Christians and Jews and the Har-
vard and New York University
Alumni Clubs here. He is affiliat-
ed with the Dade County and
American Bar Associations.
The couple plan a January 11th
wedding at the Casablanca Hotel.
Sondra Schreidell
lool. where she has been in at-
Idance as an honor student for
past five years.
Jut-oftown guests will include
and Mrs, Frank Rubin and
|ldren. Mrs. Sophie Ullanoff and
and Mr. and- Mrs. Oscar Beck
nan. all of Detroit, Michigan.
reception will be held in the
Mitzvah'i honor following the
rices.
this Is the first Bas Mitzvah to
I held at the Beth David Congre-
linn in accordance with the new
piry id making Bas Mitzvah part
i the Religious School program,
lording to Rabbi Max Shapiro,
ritual leader.
Gillette, Collins To
Marry In Sprftlg
Announcement has been made
by Mr. and Mrs. Jules Gilette. 4585
Nautilus Court, Miami Beach, of
the engagement of their daugh
ter, Suzanne, to Kenneth Collins.
Mr. Collins is the son of Mrs.
Philip Somatt. Miami Beach, and
the late Morris Collins, Youngs-
town, Ohio.
Miss Gilette was graduated cum
laude from Western College for
Women, Oxford, Ohio, and also
Sunday will be the date of a Dinner-Dance in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Low, 16 Star Island. Miami Beach. The couple
will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at that time.
Scheduled as scene for the ever.t is the Lord Tarleton Hotel
managed by the Low's son, Jack. Participating will be their
other children. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Richardson, Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Low. Miss Caroline Low and Dr. and Mrs. Solas J. Low.
Grandchildren are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Richardson and Stan-
ley Richardson, who is home for the holidays from the New
York University School of Dentistry. Out-of-town guests will
be Mr. Ely Low. Mrs. May Coleman, Mrs. Dora Popkin and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weinstein.
[arvin Goldman Is
Mitzvah Here
(arvin Philip Goldman will be-
me Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morn-
! during Sabbath services of the
kdath Israel Hebrew Institute.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
11 Goldman, 6931 Abbott Avenue,
|ami Beach.
8 Bar Mitzvah is a student at
Miami Military Academy,
Jure he is in the 7th grade and
member of the Glee Club.
|A turkey dinner will follow the
fctmony. Rabbi Isaac Ever will
pdress the Congregation.
reception at the Casablanca
Ptel is scheduled for Saturday
lening in the Bar Mitzvah's hon-
Out-Of-Town Guests
Will Attend Jonathan
Baskin's Bar Mitzvah
Jonathan Noel Baskin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin,
1819 Ferdinand Street, Coral Gab-
les, will become Bar Mitzvah to-
morrow morning. December 27th,
at the Coral Gables Jewisn Center.
The Bar Mitzvah will address
the Congregation and interpret the
reading from the Prophet Ezekiel.
A student at Ponce de Leon Junior
High School, he is a.member of
Boy Scout Troop No. 64.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will of-
ficiate during the ceremony. A
Kiddush will follow at the Center.
&ar School Program
he lower school of Lear pre-
Med its holiday program on Fri-
ty before an audience of parents
N high school students.
Miss Suzanne Gillette
the Tobe-Coburn School, New
York.
Mr. Collins, a graduate of In-
diana University, served as First
Lieutenant in the Army Air Forces
during World War II. at which
time he was awarded the Air Med-
al. He is presently associated with
Macy's.
A spring wedding is planned.
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A reception in the Bar Mitzvah's
honor is scheduled for Sunday af-
ternoon, from 2 to 4 p.m., at h'.s
home.
Relatives from Washington, D.C.,
Minneapolis. Boston and New York
are expected to attend.
< hi ;mo liub To
(.iTt'i Now Year
The Chicago Club of Greater Mi-
ami will hold its Annual New
Years Eve Dinner Dance at Coop-
er's Roumanian Restaurant.
Ben Zion Ginsburg. program
chairman, will be master of cere-
monies for the evening. Irving
Schatzman and Mrs. Marcy Ball
are co-chairmen of the affair. Mrs.
Jack Rosen, president, announced.
'Diane Star. Daniel
1 Heller Wed January
The engagement of their daugh-
i ter, Diane, to Daniel Neal Heller.
| son of Mrs. Lillian Heller and the
I late Louis B. Heller, has been an-
1 nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Star, of Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the University of Miami, where
she received the Bachelor of Edu-
cation degree. A teacher at South
Beach Elementary School and a
Sunday School teacher at the
North Shore Jewish Center, she is
a member of Kappa Delta Pi, hon-
orary education, and is correspond-
ing secretary of American ORT.
Miss Star has pursued studies at
Columbia Teachers' College in
New York City.
A veteran of World War II, Mr.
Heller has been active in veteran
and civic affairs here. He is com-
mander of the Jewish War Veter-
Bar Mitzvah Will
Be Feted At Home
Myron Nirenberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Nirenberg, 807 Al-
ton Road, Miami Beach, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
December 27th, at Congregation
Beth Jacob, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moses Meschcloff will officiate.
Myron, a student of the Miami
Beach Junior High School and the
Beth Jacob Religious School, will
be guest of honor at a dinner and
reception at the home of his par-
ents on Saturday evening.
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FRIDAY,
DECEMBER
26,
Aeademu Leader* Make Final Plan*
For Dinner : Women Finish Journal
Lauer. Jerry Sussman, Moses Fen-
ster and Joseph Shapiro.
Jewish And Biblical Culture
The Foundation Of American Dc
mocracy. has been set as the theme
of this year's Journal. A copy will
be distributed free to every couple
attending the dinner.
Leaders of the Hebrew Acad-
emy's Fifth Annual Dinner will
meet Monday night at the Shore-
mede Hotel to complete arrange-
ments for the function scheduled
for the Miami Beach Auditorium
on January 4th.
Charles Fruchtman. chairman,
will give a final report on tickets
for the affair, an annual social
highlight of the Greater Miami
Jewish community.
Following a progress report ses-
sion at the Grossinger-Pancoast '
Hotel Sunday. Fruchtman asserted
that "with continued hard work Mrs Ra(1 Grthun will be install
for the final 10 days prior to the,,,, ;|S Worthy Matron of Emunah
dinner. I am certain we will meet CnapIor No j75. order of the East-
our goal.'' Some lv000 persons are !ern s,ar tomor-|
expected to attend the dinner i n(W cvenjng s|
Fruchtman also discussed theipni at (he Scot-
dinner Sunday afternoon as the tish Rite Temple!
$&& *
Mrs. Graham Is
Worthy Matron
Of Emunah Group
'it

\;
guest of Harold Shapiro on the
Meet Your Neighbor feature of the
Yiddish Classical Hour.
Dr. David S. Andron. Academy j Nrpb ^(,e)e
president, presided at the meeting | Rohprtson. F.ma-
n e McGraner.
Installing offi-
cers will be the
Mesdames Mar-!
which was marked by increased
quotas accepted by the Dinner
Committee
Dr. Andron reported on the spe
cial musical cantata which he has
written for the dinner. More than
60 Academy students will partiei
pate from the auditorium stage
Members of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women will wind up their
campaign for P

Mary Alper and
A I c t h a Thomp
son
other officer- Mr*- G'*hm
to be installed are Dr Roy F.
Mack. Worthy Patron: Mrs Mil-
dred Gottlieb, Associate Matron:
Ben Baskifl, Associate Patron: Mrs
Mollye Cooper. Secretary; Mn Cel
Brownies of Troop No. 191. North Beach Elementary School, bring holiday candy m
to children in the Pediatric Section of Mount Sinai Hospital. Project was under the su
ion of Mrs. Artie Friedman. Troop leader (right), and Mrs. Morton Moses, co-leader (left M '
bers are Marcia Abess, Linda Adelman. Leslie Babel, Marlene Barnett. Carol Ckt3
Florence Fiankel, Molly Friedman, Susan Goldman, Diane Greenfield. Barbara Jewitt w
Krainberg, Martha Lind, Nicky McCreary, Mary Lee Powell. Marcia Satan, Eileen Shad
Ann Smothers and Alexa Weiss.
ia Dickler. Treasurer; Mrs Man
which will be issued in conjunction ,(.,4.,_ COBductWSS, Mr> Ruth
with the dinner Tuesday after Falk. A-sociate Conduct..--
noon. A Victory Tea is scheduled Th(1 U(M >liami JcN,1>h (t,nler
for 2 p.m.. at the Victor Hotel Adah Mrs Anncttc (;or(ion Ruth.
Deadline for editorial and ad Mr> .,., (-((hn FMn,.r
yertistoS matenalfor the Journal Katherine Green. Martha; Mrs.
\dele Cranman, Fleetra.
Mr- Reggie Gladstone. Mar-hal.
Mrs. Jeanette Ncssel-on. Chaplain:
ha- been set for Tuesday, accord
ing to Mrs David S Andron. chair
man. "We have advanced the
Habhi Shapiro
To Speak At
Lear Home
Rabbi David Shapiro will be
guest speaker at the home of Dr.'
Edward Lear. 5825 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, tomorrow evening,
8:30 p.m
The Rabbi will discuss: The He
leadline to the last possible mom u ,.nnv A ncr w'utet; ,j brew Impact On Our Modern Civ-
mt because rf the mounting inter- Samucl ,)iokson Sentjnc|
<-:. Mrs Andron said. ______
Mr- Theodore Landsman will o r> u*au
serve as hostess for the tea to Spinoza Forum Will
gether with the Mesdames Joseph Hear Professor Clarke
Waldman, Samuel Waldman. Alvin
Levinson and Hurray Berkowitz.
Rabbi David Shapiro will present
k review on Tongue Of The
Prophet- A children- la-hion
show and several musical inter-
.i1-.i are planned. Mr- Lands-
man said.
Mr- Andron announced that
prizes will be distributed at the
Victory Tea. including a week's va-
cation at the Andron.- summer re-
sort in the Adirondack-. Loon Lake
Hotel.
This week's pacesetters for the
Journal included the Mesdames
'harles Fruchtman. Irving Firtel.
Samuel Reinhard. B. I Binder.
Morris Dubler. Sol Lobel. Samuel
Hitter. Alexander Gross. Aaron
ilization The meeting is part of
the educational program of the
Henrietta Szold Chapter of Hadas-
sah.
Mr- Barnett Beckerman is
Professor F.dward ( larkc. of the .
University of Miami, will be guest I cl,a,rmanj________________
speaker el the Spinoza Outdoor __ ~
Forum tomorrow afternoon. 3 pi; IllllfV'll/ *rieett
on the lawn of the home of Dr 1|M _
Abraham Wolfson. 11th Street and i UL" ngHV MWere
Ocean Court. Tne Pricc of haircuts has gone
Professor Clarke will review the'up to $1 25' acc,,rning to Marvin
late Dr Chaim Weizmann'i auto-jJ Heath- "*ner of a barber shop
biography. Trial And Error.!*1 M55 Nw 17,h Avenue, and
Charles H. Lee, astronomer and' fP^e-smn & an informal organ-
lecturer, will preside.
Cleveland Club Meeting
The Cleveland Club of Miami
Dinner honoring Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein, rfl
New York, at the Sans Souci Hotel included amona the pel
sorts discussing the Medical School Campaian for Yesfcwj
University (sitting, left to right), Samuel C. Levenson. Go&|
stein, R. Williams Apte and (standing, left to right), Harddl
and Miami Beach will meet on. operations." The boost i
Wednesday evening. January 7th. does not affect Miami Beach bar
at 1 Lincoln Road, according to bers. who. Heath said, are not rep
actl"B President Philip Shulman. | resented by his group
ization of Greater Miami shop
owners.
Heath said that the increase in
the price of haircuts is due to
"the Increased cost of living and! ShaPiro' Jph Rose and Jacob Sher. Goldstein is naO
chairman of the $25,000,000 Campaign co-sponsored by
City oi New York. Levenson and Apte are chairmen
South Florida drive.
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Shown above are several of the many exhibits on display at the Israel Fir**. ^ -- *-
sition which formally opens its doors on Sunday afternoon. Some 1 500 iw! ?"fa*ured ?nd asembled in the new state wUl be viewed by
nw ami residents during the coming months.
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I DECEMBER 26, 1952
Brown Will
Pythians
e last meeting of Roose-
^mple No. 33, Pythian Sis-
ew officers for the coming
ire elected, with Mrs. Jack
Us Must Excellent-Chief.
officers are Sitting Past
|Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks; Ex-
] Senior. Mrs. Manuel Rudes;
rnt Junior, Mrs. Alfred
tn; Manager, Mrs. Nat San-
Protector, Mrs. Arthur Rob-
Guard, Mrs. Ben Donner-
Itary, Mrs. Harry Baron;
Fer. Mrs. Irving Glazman;
Mrs. Alvin Stern; Trus-
irs. Murray Friedberg and
[lien Chaykin; Captain of
Staff. Mrs. Gerald Brass;
Correspondent, Mrs. Bernard
ers will be installed at a
ceremony on January 3,
|by the Temple's new In-
Officer, Mrs. Morris Cot-
he next regular meeting on
7th. Mrs. Brown will
Committees and give a brief
pry of plans and social events
coming year.
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sZ 1I TSh Ration Budget Committee photoqra
RS Z n'nldIe Simkowi^ Rbbi Morris A. Skop. Sam
JaTk^nl GS,nger' MrS' ,OS6Ph Dun,ov' Arnold Seeder
ham Kneapler. Alternate members (not shown) are Leon Jac
Federation Reveals Agencies To Receive
Allocations From 1953 Appeal Drive
Forty-five participating agencies, vidual agency will then be based
phed at a recent top level conference. Shown are (left to right)
A. Goldstein, Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, Harold Thurman, Sidney
Ralph Lachman, Archie Greenberg, Jack Muravchick and Wil-
obs and Larry Rosenberg.
lion Discussed
penal study meeting of the
S Wise Group of Hadassah
held at the Monte Carlo
Ion Monday, December 29th,
Ip.ni. Mrs. Irving Lehrman
Hscuss: Religion In Israel
in the 1953 Combined Jewish Ap
peal have been advised of their j
inclusion in this year's campaign
in an official communication from I
Sidney D. Ansin. chairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Budget Committee.
According to an announcement
by Carl Weinkle. Federation pres-
ident, the Budget Committee will
review all agency applications in I
early Spring of 1953, at which timej
campaign results will become]
known Allocations to each indi-1
ms Taylor To Be Music Commentator
Opera Guild Program January 19th
Taylor, music critic and
scr. will fly to Miami Beach
InR the Metropolitan Opera
last on Saturday afternoon,
17th, to attend the Opera
lot Greater Miami's perform-
If Gianni Schicchi and (aval
tustirana at the Miami Beach
jrium, on Monday evening,
19th.
Taylor will commentate from
age in between the operas.
nchiriK his musical career at
he of 11 with piano lessons,
laylor continued his music
at New York University,
Btinn in 1906. Following his
ation. he served as assistant
of the New York Tribune.
! critic of the New World and
|it"< of Musical America Mag-
Taylor made his "debut"
Ihe Metropolitan Opera when
pompany first starting broad-
operas and narrated the
ns for several years during
prly thirties. Later, he ap-
as intermission commenta-
br the New York I'hi I liar
Symphony through 1943.
hough he is well known
ghout the United States as a
. critic. Dr. Taylor has made
fie for himself in several other
i He has composed a musical
py. Symphonic poems, two
cantatas, an orchestral suite and
several operas. His first opera,
King's Henchman, received 14 per-
formancesin three season at the
Met, followed by Peter Ibbetson
which was performed 16 times in
four seasons.
on the results of the fund drive.
Major benefactor in the 1953
campaign is the United Jewish Ap-
peal and Israel agencies with a
recommended allocation of $634,-
750, an increase over the 1952
grant of $604,389. According to
Committee Chairman Ansin, six
Greater Miami agencies are to re-
ceive grants totaling $390,000, an
increase over the 1952 actual allo-
cation of $356,893.
Federation President Carl Wein-
kle will receive the detailed rec-
ommendations from the Budget
Committee at a meeting of the
Federation Board of Governors on
Tuesday evening. December 30th.
at the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. At that lime the Board will
confer final approval on the total
budget. Recommendations for oth-
er fields of service and amounts
New Year's Affair
A joint New Year's Eve Party
sponsored by the Men's Club and
Sisterhood of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center will be held next Wed-
nesday evening at 9:30 p.m., ac-
cording to Dr. Sumner Cohen and
Mrs. Allan Acker, co-chairmen of
the event. Music will be by the
Robert Clark Band.
granted to these groups in 1952
include:
1953 Recommendations: Service and
Cultural, 118,630: Civic Defense, J3o,-
00; Rellfloui and educational, m.wio.
19S2 Actual Cirants: Service anil
I'ultural, (14,318: civic Defenae, 127,-
123; Religious ;ir> The following agencies have
been recommended by the Budget
Committee for inclusion in the
1953 Combined Jewish Appeal.
American Association for Jewish
Education, American Committee f"t
Welsmann Institute "f Science, Amer-
ican l-rlenda ol the Hebrew Univer-
sity, American fund for Israel Insti-
tutions, American Technlon Society,
Vmerlcan Jewish Congress, B'nai
li'riih National Youth Service Appeal,
Ilureau of Jewish Education, Dropsle
College, Esras Torah, Federated
Council "f Israel Institutions, Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center, Ha
dassah, Hebrew Teachers Training
Schools for Qirls, Hebrew Theological
College of Chicago, HIAK,
Hlstadruth Ivrlth, Jewish Home for
the Aged, Jewish l.alim- Cunimitlet-,
Jewish Occupational Council, Jewish
Social Service Bureau, .it-wish Teach-
ers Seminary, Jewish War Veterans,
Joint Defense Appeal, LOO N l..vi
Memorial Hospital, Meslfta Tlfereth
Jerusalem, Mirrer Teahlva, Mt. Sinai
Hospital. National Committee for La-
bor Israel, National Community Re~
1st ions Advisory Council, National
Council or Beth Jacob Schools, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women. Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, Ner Is-
rael Kahliiliic.il ColleKe, Pioneer
Women's Organisation, Rabbi chaim
Berlin, Rabbi Israel Meyer Haoohen,
Rabbinical College of Telahe, Byna-
uogue Council of America. Torah I'm-
esorah, United Jewish Appeal, United
Lubavltcher leshlvoth, xeshlva Torah
Vodaath, Yeshlva L'nlveralty, Yiddish
Scientific Institute.
Included on the Budget Com-
mittee are:
Sam Levenson, Isidore Simkowlts,
liai,hi Morris Skop, Bam A. Qoldsteln,
SVIvIa Chertkof, Harold Thurman,
Sidney Ansin. Max C. Qettlnger, Mrs.
Joseph Duntov, Ralph Lachman, Ar-
chie Qreenberg, Jack Muravchick,
William Kneapler. Leonard i'.arr, Mrs.
William Capland, Loula tioldinan,
Khiel Lesowoder, Sam Shapiro, Leu
Bhelner, Harry Slmonhoff, Naphtall
Weldberg, Leon Jacohs. Harry Rosen-
berg,
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+Jeistrkrkliar!_
FRIDAY.
Mutual Upturn Of Sailing VpkspIm
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two Syrian sailing W well captured in Israeli
lerritorial waters into which they drifted recently durta ipell <"
bad weather will shortly !>e returned to th rthorities, il WM
announced here. Israel and Syria have concluded an agreement pro
riding for the return <^f each other's vessels which have \- '
ritorial waters as a result of storms or engine
Arab League Meets On l'."V Proposal
LONDON (JTA) The Arab League has Issued call for a i
Eng of its seven member nations In Cairo t,, discuss the ops
the Arab states to the I nited Nation- resolution urging direel Arab-
Israel peace talks, it was reported from Cairo The report said that
the Egyptian press bitterly criticizes the i nited Nations resolution
Jt added that Egyptian Governmenl leaders arc ol the '-pinion that
peace talks cannot be started with Israel until the Aral) refugee prob-
lem is solved.
IS IihIkissv Ismh'* rhix.n Proof
Form Badminton
Tourney At Center
a ;,,-.. \ mixed Badminton
rournament will be ,m on Thurt-
evei 1-"''1- ''
p m al t! Jewish
Communit) i vn Branch.
Center boys an I
,..,, | um i ; their
rtn r- and register-
ling for this annual event, accord-
ing to Abraham Roehsteia, d;rcc-
tor of Health
A Get-Acquainted and Badmin-
ton practice session preliminary
in the opening of the League will
be held at the Center gymnasium
on Thursday. January 8th. 7:15
TEL AVIV (JTA)The American Embassy here has begun issu j p.m.
in;> certificates of proof of I nited States citizenship to all American
nationals living in this country. The Embassy has also begun listing
Americans serving in the Israel Army who do not desire to withdraw
from the Army. The Embassy's activities are in connection with the
McCarran Immigration and Naturalization Act, which went into effect
Wednesday and provides that Americans serving in foreign armies
on that date will forfeit their citizenship.
Stalin Charged With Anli-Semilism
NEW YORK (JTAIThe New York Times reports from Bel
grade that Borba. organ of the Yugoslav Communist Tarty, carried a
front page article analyzing anli Semitic currents in the Soviet I'nion
and attributing an anti-Semitic attitude directly to Premier Stalin.
The article, written by Milovan Djilas, one of the tour principal lead-
ers of the Communist Party in Yugoslavia and a member of its Polit-
buro, predicts a Soviet directed purge ol Hungarian Premier Matyaa
Rakosi and his Vice Premier. Erno Geroe, i>th Jews, as well as the
prominent Soviet propagandist flya Ehrenburg, Of Mr. Ehrenburg. ]
i ;i Jew, M, Djilas said he was sinj n '- "swan songs" al tin
nspired peace confer* nces
A.M Reports Civil Rights Progress
NEW yoi hai
H
' of the rcporl
President's Coi

ices, at I
i
Crge Truman To Keep On! ."Nazis
...
do
i '
"
Mr. Moss told I .
un Is and coi
nd undcsiral r." He i | a
tion of antl Semit-
instrumi i t Coi mni p litical ; II
Jewish Poets Win Awards In Mexico
MEXICO CITY JTA Unkm Suzkever. of Tel Aviv, and s
l"'ul" "! Buenos Aires two noted Jewish poets were the I
here of the Zvi Kessel prize award. I tor the best Jewish
rarj works ol the year Suzkever was voted the 1200 prize foi his
volume of poerns, In The Fire Wagon, while Katcherginsky was riven
Ihe prize or his book, I Was v Partisan Rabbi Shmuel miner 5
; r;;> Sl^r' pri" tnm th K "> tmi tor his transls
tion into Yiddish ol a part of the Talmud.
German Claims Mount To lit Million
NEW YORK tWNS) Jewish Individuals who were deprived of
hc.r property b> the Nazi. wUI receive $18,000,000 a, ;, ,
bulk wtUementanegotiated with the I s znc of Germany :, \ ', 2
in settlement of claims against individual Germans Th, Z ,
nounced here the first annual meeting of the Jewish ReatltuUon
! or Oi station. 1. was stated thai more than 8:, percen \\ Z
mu pressed by the JRSO for heirless or unclaimed property have
now been successfully settled. fi>n> .n(
US Labor Zionisfs Approve Part
new YORK : which p.,,-, of the functioni ol the American sec,,,,, ,, SJjawS
A-ency would be transferre,. to the American Zionist CoundlTwas
-ted here by the Central Committee of the Labor /innis, -g.n,V
tion of America. The agreement was reached at lonis-dom i- i ?u
among Premier David Ben Gunon. of KS? of'7
; ontTofV"? Ar;o" <* the Jewish Agency m^ne pre*
dents of the four major Zionist parties in the United States
Masons Install
Officers Tuesday
On Tuesday. December 30th. at
8 p.m.. Hibiscus Lodge No. 275.
F & AM. will install officers who
will serve during the year 1953
Installation ceremonies will take
place at the Hibiscus Masonic Tem-
ple E. Albert Pallot. Past Master
of Hibiscus, will be installing of-
ficer.
Officer! who will serve for the
year 1953 are: Worshipful Master.
Sidney Teller: Senior Warden.
Herbert Gutman; Junior Warden,
Malvin Bnglander; Treasurer. Na
eh Secretary, Henry
M v. ail i I haplain Emeritus.
Greene
Louis E Goldman;
Deacon Vlbert M. Lehr-
: i< icon Samuel \v.
Jtewi !. Joel P.
Ju Steward, Walter
Marshall,
fyler E m
ly e-
.... i anist, Saul
Okouneffs Will
Fete Anniversary
At Dov Affair
Mr. end Mr*, Shaya Okouneff
a dinner marking
their 5">th wedding anniversary in
conjunction with the Dov Chap
ti Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion, on Sunday evening. Januarj
4th. 6 p.m., at the Both El Congre-
gation.
Announcement of the affair was
made this week by Mrs. Rose Per
tea, Chapter president and chair-
man. Mrs. Pertes said that pro-
ceeds will go for the Children's
Village in Renanna. Jsrael.
Principal portion of the program
will include a guest speaker and
a inusicale.
On the Dinner Committee are
the Mesdames Maurice Weger, Fay
Lurie, Gertrude Indjin, Bessie Ros-
enberg. Anna Block. Ida Stillman.
Rachel Sakowitz and Max Newber-
ger.
Eca Homecoming
Samuel ftitduT? **
Ihe V, ,., n11^ Pren
the]
Hold Premiere
Ol Cantata
A first performance of the nar-
rative cantata. My Glorious
Brothers, by Howard Fast, was
given by the Greater Miami
Jewish Folk Chorus on Sunday
at the Jewish Cultural Center.
Music was by Sonny Vale, and
the text was tiaiislatt-d by Chor-
ua Conductor Ben Yomen.
Margaret Yomen, director of
the Yi men Music Studio, acted
mpanit t. Mai aha Qural-
prana soloist. Others
Anthonj Pedro, tenor, and
C rrol, Irving St*nd< i
I re.
the
le Quartet in
Ch ru
,h" ml Bosch iJZ*
^nces tffVjl
am f?,
is ajb
,,,iv g^J
icussin p &1
' erved un ier theZ *
the Sisterhood ***
j Rabbi Lhrmanwin,
late Friday evening ^
youths and will rZS*
cus.s.on which they JV
der the theme of As w.i
selves. Participants i fc7
sion will be Miss Rob^'
Sarah Uwrence College-
Frumkes, Cniversity ol'nJ
Martin Smith, University I
ami; and Miss Sandra wl
University of Pittsburgh.
A formal dance will be MH
Monday evening in the Ccm]
icial Hall, with members 4}
Junior league of the MuajtJ
Jewish Center acting ashssk]
Activities lfiri'4': >lkinliilii|i ^oisj*l;l
'"' L'nitcl Nations Aaso iation Ucationi are the basil on which
' runcUon Association meeting discussions
tivel) than ever. M ;,n-| lectures ire founded
lo Mrs Manus Berman, Through their careful studv.' ).,
1159 ;>\\ 4th Street, executive dl ,,,.,!. -mankind can 1. arn to un-
lt'1"'"' dentand his brothers in foreign
1 pie in Ihe Miami area par- j lands and to respect his Impulses
ticipate directlj in the work and as well as his needs With peace
,!" spirit ol the IN through the as our principal goal, we feel that
Association, Mrs Berman said the Associations' aims can not but
Among sel>. diiled activities are Ik- supported by Miami's resi-
Bali Dancers Hn|
January 3rd, 41k
The University of Man)
present Dancers of Bali i
Gamelan Orchestra from i
lage of Pliatan, Itali. Ind
Saturday and Sunday
i January 3i : an 4tb, a'tkj
County \n !;' num.
Produce John fasl
see,,,' i : Marrad
i". the i h i
ran
A Of I
Gde Mi
The will dead
l.i .r "! Bau
the set n i j C'i'jrtyjrti
,n lest]
be Su|
Peal u II be dasssl
choru ,
lli I
Keliy.ir i
Proi 11 e tor the 1
the I niver; itj ol lli
fund
Arabs llaid lsr.-i>l liepoi
JERUSALEM fJTA -Israel today lodged a strong protest with
1 a t"l Jrda"Mlxed Armistice Committee against a raid bV a
band of Arab infiltrees who stole a quantity of arms and ammuni ion
near Jerusalem. Recently, a band of some 10 Arabs attacked arms
depot near here and. after an exchange of fire with the Israel, Lards
broke Into the building and made off with a quantitv of we.poS and
ammunition. It was also announced that the Mixed ArmistfeeCom
mission has found Jordan responsible for two new violations of the
Armistice agreement. ,,,e
UN Week and a regular radio pro
gram appearing Sundays over sta
lion WWPB at 2 p m with scripts
by Professor and Mrs George K
Smart Professor Smart ,~ a mem
lr ol the English faculty at the
University of Miami.
The Association's meetings are
principallj designed to participate
in the IN s in;,in objective: peace.
Members ham of the problems
and discussions behind the scenesl
thai motivate th;- agendas ol the!
international sessions in New
York.
According td Frederick Routh,
Professor of Human Relations at
University of Miami and pres-
et of the Association, member
pa are now open to Miami resi-
dents interested ln the United Na-
tions u an organization for pro-
moting world understanding. A $3
membership, Rootfa said, brings 12
i-ues of the UN Reporter and
nine issues of the Peoples Section,
a bulletin containing questions and
discussions by CN Association
members throughout the United
States.
A $5 membership brings, in ad
dition the IN Quarterly, while
the $10 membership entitles sub-
senbers to UN Reports and Sur-
veys in addition to the other ma
tenal available.
Routh explained that these pub
dents "
Among sponsors of the UN As-
sociation here are Senator Claude
Pepper. Dean H. Franklin Wil-
liams, Pat Cannon, Professor Wil-
liam Munson, Dr. Donald Larson
and Professor Smart.
Mrs. Berman is in charge of
memberships.
Shochet Named To]
Centennial Commit!
Frank I.. Weil, chairman
I Jewish Community Center I
] nial Committee, National
i Welfare Board last week I
' ed the appointment '
Shochet. publisher of The,
Floridlan. as a member
Committees Public
Board.
Beth El Sisters Honor Guests
Guests of honor at a luncheon
held in the Strath Haven Hotel.
Miami Beach, last Tuesday were
Mrs. Harry Rifer. daughter of Rab-
bi B. Swirsky, Chicago, Illinois,
and Mrs. Rachael Kaplan, daugh-
ter of the Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv,
Israel.
, l,ost at the luncheon was the
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El. which took the occasion to hon-
or the sister and aunt of Rabbi
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual
leader of Beth El.
A
Cheerful Swindling
Thomas P^ Uahy, manager of
the Better Business Bureau, will
be guest speaker at the luncheon
?Z f !ami Beach lMi** N"
1591 B nai Bnth, on Tuesday. De
cember 30th. 12:15 p.m.. ,t' the
Hotel. His subject will be How
To Be Swindled Cheerfully
Tender moment is shared by Danny Thomas aDc0_jl(nid
in this scene from "The Jazz Singer." They ie ^^
the new Warner Brothers Technicolor m
Paramount and Beach Theater*.


JAY, DECEMBER 26, 1952
>ster Toloff
tes Here At 60
ster Toloff. 60, of 225 Zamora
jjue, passed away early Wed-
jay at his home following a
illness.
k, Toloff had a national repu-
on in portrait photography and
well known in the Middle
,t when he had studios in Chi
o. Illinois, and Davenport, Iowa.;
ore coming to Miami five years I
| he was in charge of the por-|
audio of the New York Daily'
\s portraits have been hung in
best photographic salons in
erica and abroad. Mr. Toloff
a fellow of the Photographic
fcety of America and of the Pho-
taphers' Association of Amer-
ce is survived by his wife, Lu-
a brother, Joseph; and a sis-
Mrs Helen Ray. Services were
erda) at the Gordon Funeral
ne. with Rabbis Jacob H. Kap-
land I-eon Kronish officiating.
^JenistncrXtiar?
Obituaries
....
II ,.f vl,',,U,(V !*WN
M, of IM pcan Drive, riled >, r
..-Mlr.s were ,, DeNmbtr 19th ai
tbe Miami Beach Riverside! w, i, Raff
Mom M. -,i.|.,rr omcWtlnS in
I'll. MAR<
"Service. SlTfiSl Connecticut, for
Hei \ ii'ei were on I > i m -
i.e. Hat, a the Miami Beach River
?;,";:."'"' <;''- Abraham cuJS ?.
ru-tatlng. Intermenl nan on \|.
-\, l.o c emetei \
lUllf
buld Unveiling.
JACOB ENKEV
75, a wint, vl toi. died on i...,,...,.
''' '"' irvlved h/;
daughter* Remains ,,,. sent to
P.....UVn, -\. w York, foi services and
int. i.n.-Mt b> the Miami Beach Rlvar-
MAX MOOKB
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1,1 formerly of 1060 ne leothj
pace, North Miami Beach, will!
lace Sunday, December 2fith, i
m., on Mount Sinai Cemetery, J
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of-]
ting. Mr. Gould is survived by
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in charge of Thurmond Monu-
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are asked to be present.
|gle Unveiling
|he dedication of a monument
the memory of the late Louis
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hue, will take place Sunday,
Kmber 28th, 1:30 p.m., on
unt Nebo Cemetery, with Rab-
| Max Shapiro officiating. Mr.
j!e is survived by his wife, Ed
>iii son, Max: four daughters,
Bessie Kostcl, Mrs. Ethel
fchelon. Mrs. Eva Chaiken and
Rose Bauer; and six grand
priren Arrangements are in
p;e of Thurmond Monument
Span] Friends and relatives
asked to be present.
saiiah STULANaER
v ol 133; Pennsylvania, died on I '-
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husband, Max. Remain* were ^.-m to
Brooklyn, N.- Vork, for servh,- and
Int. mi., nt bj ii..- Miami Beach River-
Sill,-.
IIAIIKV SOLOMON
oi.. of 1120 Euclid Avenue, died on
Decembei i'!>i He i survived bj Ins
:f.-. i lara, Remains arere lent to
Lllenvllle, Ne Vork, for aervlcea and
Interment b> the Miami Beach River-
side.
PERRY .\\n.ii:
58, of 126 Bui 11.1 Avenue.......I on De-
remlx i 18th, ..i Ins home, He .- aui -
vlved b] ins slater Arrangement*
were b) the Beacb Memorial Chapel
MALI QERSHENSON
7, of .Ml'; Alton Road, died on De-
cembei iTili She i- iui vlved bj four
ton*, three daughters, .. brother, it
grandchildren and one greal grand-
child !: malm i i aenl to I iel ro I
Michigan, for services and Intermenl
by iln- uordon Funeral Home.
II.A SIMONS
i".T. .^ IS80 Da) lo .;.. Road, died here,
She i- survived by a son, Arthur:
and .. daughter, Mrs Jessie Mill.>i
Remains wen sent to New fork Cits
for services and Intermenl by Gor-
don's Miami Ben. ). Funeral Home.
ESTHER SIVIN
.;:;. of 1560 Drexel Avenue, died here
Stic Is survived b> hei huaband. Jack:
.in.i .i son. Norn.:.!.. Remains were
Dade Federal Is
Given Permission
To Open Branch
A branch of the Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association has
been authorized for Miami's south-
west section.
Announcement of the authoriza-
tion was made last week in Wash-
ington by the Home Loan Bank
Hoard, the Federal agency char-
tering and supervising operations
of federal savings and loan asso-
ciations.
President of Dade Federal, Jos-
eph M. Lipton. said here that he
received the authorization by a
phone call from the agency's sec-
retary and that formal word for
the go-ahead to establish the
southwest branch is now in the
mails. Lipton added that the new
branch will be on SW 8th Street,
"somewhere between 12th and
22nd Avenues."
The new office will probably be
opened before the first of the
year, according to Lipton. Dade I
Federal recently broke ground for
a new building for its Allapattah
branch at 14th Avenue and 36th I
Street.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tne underalgned, desiring to encage in
v.T.'.','.','":', ","1.''1' "'' "'""""s name ol
MIRROR SCREEN PROCESS, at .161
w. mi. si., int.nd t.. register said
name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit of
Dade County, Florida.
C, M. MacL-AREN
I- .1 KULLER
, ,, I A. SI'IEUEL
U' M I 'I'-9-16
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
ro A I.I, TO W1I..M THESE PRES-
ENTS SIIAI.I. COME, GREET-
IMiS:
This is to certify that, whereas,
Julius Nathan, Miami Beach. Fla
a lice ii. Miami Beach, I a
Max Uopman, Miami Beac i, Fla.
did on tbe Btta day of October, A.D
i.,u, cauae to i,e jncoroorated under
ii* provisions .,f Chapter 10096, l/uvs
Eioi Ida, Acts of li2S, EIXIE1,AKE
.'Mianv, a corporation, with Its
Pi pa] plaoe "I business at Miami
Beach, Dade County, in Hie State of
Florida, and whereas the stockhol.leis
.,f such corporation di.i on the STth
da) .f Ocl .. A.D. 19a, Cauae to be
nied m the office of the Secretary of
State Of lhe State of Florida, a Ton
seal of all the stockholders under the
provisions .,f said Chaster is..'...;. Laws
of l irlda, A.is of i!2-,, Showing the
dissolution of sucb corporation, and
th.- Secretarj ,,f State is satisfied thai
the requirements ..f Ian have heen
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set m> hand
and have affixed the Oreal
Seal of the state of Florida,
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the 27th day .:' i tobei
\ I 1952,
l:. a ORAT,
Secretary of state.
fXEAL)
12 25
LEGAL NOTICE
Adults Form Group
The newly-formed Young Adult
League of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center will meet
Monday evening at the Town
Branch to hold elections and plan
the coming year's agenda.
DAY WORKERS $5 & FARE
COLORED MAIDS
PART TIME OR FULL TIME
IN PRIVATE HOMES
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porteri
Dishwashers
ACE EMPLOYMENT
127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3607
No Charge to Employer
Hijamin Unveiling
fhe dedication of a monument
he memory of the late Jacob
uamin, formerly of 752 NW
Street, will take place Sun-|
y. December 28th, 2 p.m., at I
hint Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi!
|\ Shapiro officiating. Mr. Ben
nm is survived by his wife. Til
two sons, Alan and Lee; and'
6 -i indchildren. Arrange-!
ht- are in charge of Thurmond
hiiment Company. Friends and'
Itives are asked to be present I
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ON SALE EVERYWHERE!
e Salami e Corned Beef
0 Chicken Salami Pickled Tongue
e Midget Salami Franks
e Garlic Rings e Knockwurst
e Bologna e Griddles
e Pastrami Cocktail Franks
e Rolled Beef Skinless Franks
>
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Stst.onery Nap-
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Gift Wrapping and
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Toys and Party
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 155424
'OKA|, CONSTRUCTION
1 '.Ml'ANY. ;i Florida Corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
KI,ISHA B. KAMI'S. IN and
BAMI'SON. hi.-* wife, n Hi.
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
in Tin: nami: ok the
SI'AI'K OK M.OKIHA
TO: EL.ISHA B. SAMPSON, If livine,
and SAMPSON, his wife.
If living, whose last known resi-
dence ;is 1 old Essex Road,
Manchester, Mass.; kith w.
SAMPSON, and if married her
unknown spous... whose residen, -t
is 417 South Street. SoiithbridKe,
Miss.; Mis. DOKOTHV S.
QRAVES, and ORAVES,
her husband, whose residence i-i
10 Day Street. Westfleld, Mass ,
LOUIS A. SAMPSON, and if
married, his unknown apous
whose residence la P. O. H"*
022OS, South Portland, Main-.
ERNEST A. SAMPSON, and
SAM I'SON, his -wife. WhOSB
residence is watch lliii Road,
Westerly, Rhode Island, ki.isha
M SAMPSON and SAMP-
BON, i.is nrlfe, tvhoae realden b
is 140 Bridge Slleet. .Mallellest,- ,
Mass: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS,
deviaees, gTantees, creditors, or
other parties c la I m l n k by,
through, under or against.
EI.ISIIA M SAMPSON, nor.
known to l. dead or alive but
believed to b,. .1,-a.l: AND ALSO
as to each of the above named
Defenda.nl Indlvlduala, if the\ t d.-.-eased then all unknown heirs.
deviaees, aranteea, oredltori or
other parties c lal m i n g bv.
throuxh, under or aninat such
Defendants: and also, i.ii oth-
er and unknown persons having
or claiming to have any right,
title or interest In Ihe property
which Is the subje.'t matter of
this suit, said property lyinT and
being In Dad.- County, Florida
and more particularly describe I
as follows:
Lot 84, of SILVER BLUPP
GARDENS, according to the
Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Booh S, at page t:t. of the
pul.ll. record* of I mile i "oun-
ty, Florida.
TOI" AND EACH OK Yol" are
I......bj notified thai a suit has I......i
filed in the above named court, by the
Plain! ff above named, for the pur-
pose of quieting title of the Plaintiff,
in and to the nroperty involved here-
Inabove des. ribed.
yol" ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your ap|
ar.ee iii said suit on or before the '-'Tt'-
(lay of January. 1953, and in de
of such appearance a decree pro i
fesso .\ ill i.....ntered against you and
each of you.
This order to be published on,-.- ...
week for tour i4 consecutive weeks
in tiu- Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper
published In Dad- fonntv, Florida
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Court House in Miami. Florida, this
L'lth day "f December, I95S.
I! II. LEATHERMAN,
rierk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, I 'lorida
Bj WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
fClrculi f.a.u Seal)
BEN ESSEN
.L'i Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
12-26 1/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155374
ANNE MARIE LATNER, Plaintiff
vs.
MAX LATNER, Defendant
NOTICF RY PUBLICATION
Yl.r
TO: MAX LATNER
187 Aven le l'
New Fork, New York.
MtsT ARE HEREBY RESPIRED to
serve a cop) of your answer to the
bill of complaint for divorce filed here-
in, on plaintiff's attorney. RICHAR i
KRIBOER FINK, I!-' Congress liuild-
:iil-. Miami, Florida, and to file the
original in the office of the I'l.-rk Of
the Circuit Court, on or before the
21st day of January, I95S, or a default
will be entered against you.
Dated this 22nd day of December,
1932.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Klorida.
(Seat)
By: M. C. GREEN",
Deputy Clerk
12/26 1/2-9-16
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FREfi/CH BREAD EGG WIST-
AUGUST BROS. BREAD
e^f W T .To TM6r. MIA*;, Ft O*.0A
56, S.W. T
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51094
Notice Is hereby given that BEN
BOSK IN, holder as assignee of City
of Hialeah Tax Sale Certificate Num-
bered 132. dated the 5th day of June.
A.D. 19.-.0. has filed said Certificate In
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to Issue thereon In ac-
cordance with law. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property, situated in Dade County.
Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 13. Block 149. Twelfth Addi-
tion to Hialeah. Plat Book S. Page
127. In the City of Hialeah, County
Of Da.le. State of Klorida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate issued was In
the name- of Pnknown. Pules* said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will issue there->n
on the 2Mb day of January, A.D. 1933.
Dated thla, isrd day of December,
A.D. IMS.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
:ierk "f Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
B] N C STERRETT,
i', putj Clerk
12 2.1 1 2-9-16-23____________^^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
del signed, desiring to engage in
bualm RS under Hie fictitious name of
AIR-TJTE II o.M KS : AIR LITE
BUILDERS: THE AIR-LITE HOME,
at 400" s w 5th Terrace. Miami,
1 ...rid.i. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad.- Countv, Klorida.
NORMAN I. OREENBERO
and SHELDON CREENBERO
Ola owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Owners
12/26 1/2-9-16
i
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+Jmtsti fkrkMat
HEAJL^EMBER
OR THE FIRST TIME
In The History Of Miami!
F
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BUILD ISRAEL , V ^ PMOUCTS W ISRAK i : i 1
i^^b>l r <.
T
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The Public Is Cordially Invited
to attend
The GRAND OPENING
of the
ISRAEL EXPOSITION
AT MIAMI BEACH
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, at 4 pi*j
1604 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
See with you own eyes the dra-
matic and thrilling exhibit of
the miraculous economic pro-
gress at the new State of Israel.
See the more than 1,000 pro-
ducts of Israel's industry that
give eloquent proof of this new
democracy's march .toward
ononiic freedom.
JOSEPH CHERNEB
Chairman. bra*! Exposition
CotaaM**
Admission *3r AlrA^mAUtom**


liewiislb-IEIIiOiRidliiaup
ANTI-KLAN CRUSADERS CITED BY THE LEAGUE
MI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26, 1952
SEC. B
Iritish Jewry Expresses
Concern Over New Nazis
LjJDON (JTA)-Board of Dep-
, ; British Jews in London
L ,| a resolution expressing
.,.,, rn over the growth of
movements and activities in
r and urging the British
_,,nni ?IS it still has in West Ger-
t curtail such activities.
i, solution also asked the
|i.h Government to encourage
-upprt any measures
which Germany "can
! If of these movements
I, endanger the peaceful de-
nim'lit of Europe."
[the course of the debate pre-
resolutions. Professor
Brodetsky, former head of
Hebrew University and not-
Honist leader, expressed con-
hci' that the Germans would
ir the German-Israel repara-
Bgri i menti as long as Chan-
u- Konrad Adenauer remains
helm of the German Gov-
bent, hut pointed out that
treaty has 14 years to run
1 said he feared what other
i (invernments would do
honoring the agreement.
Jn nt Arab pressure on Ger-
to cancel the reparations
with Israel was severely
n Frankfort by Profes-
franz Bochm, head of the
tian delegation, Which "con-
ed the negotiations with Is-
at The Hague.
Binary, he said, was bound
prael not only by the signa-
of her Chancellor but also by
(demands of human morality
"higher justice". Germany
thi n fore, eliminate the
I tween herself and the
lb; by "not ratifying the
treaty with Israi l. or by ratify-
ing it and not fulfilling it," ho
stated.
Both Israel and the German
Federal Government, Professoi
Boehm declared, were prepared
to institute effective measures ol
control to insure the "peaceful
application of the goods deliv-
ered." It is the considered policy
of both parties that the agree-
ment should be a treaty ol peaci
and not war, he added.
" Iff uu
oftUJland
(iKitk I. If)
CHOCOLATE
ml CANINES
PRODUCTS of ISRAEL
WNOIISOMI
DELICIOUS ilOTIC FlAVOtJ
MODERATEtY PtlCED
Injy "** kit Of
the l*nd\..amd
k,lP fsrstl's
tMmy, ll
, Al r%>* r n4all|*4
tmr,4y ELITE
CANDIES
RAMAT CAM.
iiaau
ROKEACH & SONS, INC.
American ffepre-sonrarives
,A0HON AVI., MIW OeK I*, N. V.
Distributed by
Phil Rothstein
1357 DREXEL AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phon 5-6275
McCloy Is Greeted
4t New York Dinner
NEW YORKJohn J. McCloy.
former US High Commissioner to
Germany, was gu.st of honor
here at a dinner party in the Ho-
tel Savoy-Plaza given by Jacob
Blaustein. of Baltimore, presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Committee, and his colleagues of
AJC's Administrative Board.
Sharing the honors with Mc-
Cloy was his wife, Mrs. Ellen Mc-
Cloy.
Greeting the former High Com-
missioner with a "welcome home,
well done." Blaustein reviewed
McCloy's record of public serv-
ice as Assistant Secretary of
War, as president of the World
Bank, and as US High Commis- I
sioner to Germany from May
1949. to August 1952.
Blaustein said that one of Mc-
Cloy's greatest concerns was Ger-
many's moral regeneration, add-
ing that McCloy had consistently
warned that "the picture is still
far from ideal because the neo-
Kazis are a strong vocal minority
and must be watched carefully."
He a Is i praised McCloy for
stiffening the Bonn Government's
resistance to pressures from both
the Russians and the ex-Hitler-
ites.
'91'wish Women
Plan Ihmee
Mrs, Joseph Fi nia aii man '
ol the Ways and Mi ana Con
tee of the Great i Miami Section.,
National Council of Jewish V.
en, announces the Group's An-
nual Fund Raising Dinner Dance
at the Latin Quarter held on
Tuesday.
Council conducts only (wi
fund-raising events each year, th<
Dinner Dance in the Fall and a
Donor Luncheon in the Spring
Mrs. Fenias said. Proceeds from
thise affairs arc used to carry or
Council's many projects, the new-
est of which is services to pre-
school age blind children anc
their parents,
Dinner Dance chairman for the
Miami Beach Division was
David Phillips. Chairman for tht
Miami Division was Mrs. Harry
Gordon.
The first annual Distinguished Service Award of the Southern
Regional Eoard oi the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
was presented to two North Carolina editors for their heroic
fight against Ku Klux Klan tyranny in their state. William P.
Eloom (right), chairman of the League's Southern Regional
Beard, made the presentation recently at a banguet in Ral-
eigh, North Carolina, to Willard G. Cole (left), editor of the-
Whiteville News Reporter, and W. Horace Carter (center),
editor of the Tabor City Tribune, who published a series of
biting anti-Klan articles and editorials in their papers. Des-
pite repeated "warnings", Cole and Carter kept attacking the
Klan and v/orked close with state and county officials in track-
ing down the perpetrators of a number cf floggings and sim-
ilar outrages.
Kinsey Speaks
At llrantleis
WALTHAM. MASS. There
will be more interest in the sec-
ond Kinsey Report dealing with
sex behavior in the human fe-
male and mere "surprises." Dr.
Alfred C. Kins, y, / ...legist and
author, said in an interview here \
at Brandeis University.
Dr. Rinse v. co -author of v Sex-
ual Behavior In The Human
Male, stopped in the middle
two-day seminar at Brandeis,
where he was a lecturer, f ir a
a nference attended by
from major Bos!
press
newsmen
papers.
Dr. Kinsey said that the new
volume will be out -within 12
month:,- Workii.....- co-authors
on the latest rep. rt are Wardell
B Pomeroy, clinical psycl
gist; Clyde E. Martin, stal
in: and Paul Gebhard, ai i -
pologist.
ileth David
Movie Mahl
Ti.e Beth David PTA Pre-
sented its Third Annual MOV
Night on Tuesday. .
Moving pictu !:',h^'
litudent activities during WW-w
An. including the Con-
fnmation of the G
Class. Of special interest were
pictures of th. i-breaking
^ tne New School Building
To make the movies eoffiijIMe,
ushers under the chairmansh'po
Mrs. R. Bogish. sold refresn
ments during the show.
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PAGE 2 B
+Je*ishfh>rkUan
FRIDAY,
DECEMBER
Parliament Adopts Bill
Granting Zionists Status
Bjsfl
JERUSALEM (JTM Tin Is-
1 i Parliament recently adopt-
ed the bill granting the world
Zionist movement a special i< gal
status in Israel. Immediately after
passage. Premier David Ben-
Gmion traveled to the Jewish
A .' my building where th Zion-
ist Actions Committee was meet-
ad presented the charter to
that body, which is responsible
for Zionist policy-making be-
tween world congresses.
"Deep satisfaction" with the
passage of the bill was expressed
by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, co-
chairman of the Jewish Agency,
at a press conference. The bill, he
stressed, "regulates the Zionist j
Organization's standing and func-1
tions in Israel and lays the foun-
dations for its future work. It cn-
Jev. ish coi on of ou
_in t; Hi advo-
cated that
fine tl rk in the '
Stati stoed
ing but also partii ipate in the
: Jewish life in An it
such as communal welfare an 1
W'vapon Atjoinst
Polio To Bi<>
gtlstributvtl Uvrv
Limited quantities of new
n against infantile par-
alysis will be available In Dads
Countv during the coming year,
other aspects. He aaked thai nai '"'1 ctaPi vof thl' Hvd
, (" ess has revealed here.
row party Interests be su .merged Godtny Nov,tnv. ehapte r
in the face of the broader prob manager, said the local Red Cross
lems before the entire movement. Is .(.operating in a national pro-
"I am afraid of acute party strife
which always was the curse of
our lift' and winch lias always
ruined us."
Turning to the agreement on
strengthening the American Zion-
gram for production of gamma
globulin which is used in pre-
venting but not curing the
disease,,
Novotny said it was estimated
that enough gamma globulin to
treat 2.000.000 children will be
produced during 1953. The Red
Bwu. ist Council whose bread out- uced du rhe Ke(J
trusts the World Zionist Orgamz- imes had been agreedI upon at (, K isj $7000000 for thal
meeting of Premiei Ben Gurion <
and the heads of the Zionist Or- iT, a ,, r-,,. ----___
, ,, Local Red Cross leaders are
g.im/ation el America, Hadassah. .. ... ... .
I attending a meeting in Atlanta
this week in order to learn full
ils of the program.
ation with the right, indeed the
task, of coordinating the func-
:; ins of all other overseas Jewish
groups in Isri el
"At the same time," Dr. Gold-
mann continue.!, "it increases the
risibility of the We: Id Zion-
ist Organiz tion to whom t
pren e legislativi bi Ij of Israel
ni .i such major tasks as
i gulation of immigrate n am
Labor Zionist Organization of
America and the Mizrachi Or-
ganization of AmericaDr. Gold-
mann praised il but added: "It
i .-< n how it will
work out." Replying to criticism
that only four American Zionist
groups were n ; i n nted at the
colonization II is my hope that !V".';y w:;
Jews all rorid and the pold,mann ,' "!
World z.onwt ..,.,: .........rilI | ler Zionist groups would pi I
held
World Zionist Organ,: tion willl1" *'?nm A"l,M
id to th*. : :;." '
anrt n.eve ,h, r "' ,!>" United States at
tails of the agrei men! would be
worked oft.
1
r.nd t
the status |
and K ted in e-
New Years At Hialeah
I" '-' PlP of Hialc.ihMiami Spring* Jtw/sh belie Perry. At the piano"was1
in the Community Center is making final | Emma Von Zamft
United Stal h fol fthi plan- for its New Year's Eve Par
Gables ll'riih
Woiim'ii IV;Hnr'
v\ vioi At Meet
The B'nal Brit h Women of
lables met on Tuesday at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Mrs A. Gurevitz. program
chairman, presented a skit on,
mittee meetings.
Taking part were the Mcsdamls
Helen Kurland, Dorothy Geiser-i
n r. Gladys Bisler and Anna-
* .-
Bf TH PAVI
P il
Over 1.000 persons witnessed the dedication of the Beth L
Religious School Building. Bernard A. Sterlinq, piesidat]
the Congregation, presents the key to the School Builtfi
Sanford Schwartz, representing the 700 students oi Beth]
Religious School.
I I I >i I II t.'.tlis
ti i to the Actions Con mittee,
Dr. c; ted that the
Zionist movement must .idnj.it a
new approach to thi '.t.Sylvia Lord.
ty. accordinj to Phil Lyons, chair
man of the Wednesday. December
31st affair. In charge of reserva-
tions are Mary Anny Berney and
On Thursday, Mrs. Murray-
Bush was hostess at a B'nai B'rith
Membership Party at her home,
2020 SW 24th Terrace. Mrs. Ev-
elyn Fishalow was in charge of
11 v.itions.
NCCJ Names
Riegelman To
Commission
NEW YORK Colonel Harold
Riegelman, a leader for more
than 30 years in public housing,
finance and health, has been
named national chairman of the
Commission on Community Or-
ganizations of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
it was announced here by Dr.
Everett R. Clinchy, president of
the Conference.
As head of the Commission,
Colonel Riegelman will lead its
30 members, including national-
ly prominent leaders of men's
and women's clubs, fraternal or-
ganizations, youth, veteran, la-
bor and farm groups, in the Com-
mission's program of stimulating
Beach Students A
Consecrated Here
Bon Zion Ciinsburg. chai
of the Religious School of tan
ami Beach Jewish Cental
nounces th t n w students of]
school were consecrated
special ceremony Saturdijr.
These students, who
either begun their studies i
Religious School or have ea
the Sunday School for the I
time, vowed their ailegiamil
the Torah and pledge to aim
its precepts.
Greetings were extended]
Ginsburg; Mrs Theodore F
off, president of the Center!
and by Dianne Ruber.stein.ofJ
last confirmation d
Rabbi Irving Lclirmanch
the children with their
tional resp nsibilitiei
! |, Miniature'
"Silver Dollar" Jake Schreiber receives a plaaue from the T.wn-v, u/, u .
States. Miami Beach Post No. 330. "for pSSm^dJS^^ "* Uni,8d
state and nation." Shown at the nreaemnS fE* u .? ,andina SerV1Ce to community.
the Ladies' Auxiliary to .he Po*- RoseHorL^ll F'JS Na Kl"' Presid <
Soldz. Department commander; Nana?P^^$v TseTha^ V' EH* U-
Department commander; Schreiber; Hylan H. Kout Posi JXl Fnedman. past
Alfred Waxman. spir.tual leader of the West Miami Jew^h Sei mSVSSS!^' *&
partment commander; Doc Maurice Klein m nJ^T ^n,er' Bl1 Hoffheimes, past De-
commander. Post No. 330. In ^^^^S^SJ^^l and Daniel Heller,
fcr hi. work in behalf of the Armed Forces and TFZmEttii^^V*l ci,ed
you do from the lias. It's what you do from th heart? ""^ 8 n0t what
intergroupco on among the wen presenl i ,ntoe,1
nation's civic and community as- the
Delations,-------------------
The Commission was organized Wj>n tf '#># Fttf
in IM6, Dr. Clinchy said. Ex- _, .
plaining the imp.rt..nce of its f*9.Y. F.XVVCIM
speci.dized program, he pointed. The Business and Pra
out that it was formed to enlist | Men's Sunda} morning
in the fight against prejudice Bagel Exercise and Sportt
"the vast strength of America's
organizational life '.
tons \ iotr ffmm> it..il. avld lias
sme. MiiKvah Affair
turned out t view the First An-
nual Basketball Clinic spu'
[ by the Beach Branch of th<
Great | Jewish Commun-
ity Center.
of
The Miami Beach Typhoon
Squad, coached bv Ralph Rice,
demonstrated fundamental playsl
new rule changes and a foui'
Mrs. A. Levine, president .
Beth David PTfT, announces that
the first Bar and Bas MJtl ,
Break!ast ,.f ,|,e season was
--^ .. -.^ i inaaqajjaa cliiu a IOU1 ----r... ni iiujiur
I shooting contest. Sandy Kaplan, uf the return of their son, Buddy
given on Sunday.
Donors for the breakfast were
Mr. and Mrs. A Hayden in honor
Jaycees Sponsor
Christmas Tour
Miami Beach's newest hotel,
the Algiers, played host here
recently to members of the Mi-
ami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce.
Purpose of the affair was to
get under way the Jaycees' lat-
est project, a Holiday Shopping
Tour.
Jaycees officials said here they
expect to see Chat every orphan
and indigent child in the area
has at least two dollars to spend
at t: n.
This will teach them to.give
as well as to receive, they said.
"Our club will actually take out
these children and supervise
them when they go shopping," a
spokesman explained.
will meet at the Greater
Jewish Communitj 'enter
Branch, on January 4th.
The program includes
with coffee, followed bf
participation and body
ing. Volleyball. Badmintosi
play and weight lifting in*
are among the activities f
Closeup of the plaque award-
ed "Silver Dollar" Jake Sch-
reiber by the Miami Beach
Post No. 330. Jewish War
Veterans of the United States.
of the Typhoon Squad, won the
foul-shooting contest with a per-
fect five-for-five record.
The clinic was climaxed by an
intra-squad battle in which the
White Team downed the Gold
Team by 32 to 15.
from military school and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Grossman in honor of
Mr. Grossman's birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Sirkin have as-
sumed chairmanship of these
breakfasts for the season.
Nw Yeor'B Party
The West Miami Jewish Center
will hold its New Year's Eve
Party at the Center on Wednes-
day evening, December 31st. In
charge ol tickets is M. Felson.
f7 ol M Jf*fe
School PremU*
The University of
School of Music present
second in this yearVtj
contemporary 'hamwr
concerts at the Lowe G
Main Campus recently
-t public P"^,
e of the Concert^
The first
anywhere oi i
Right Brass Instw^njJW,
'" >* ..Lrm
dore
the Chamber
The work has been
music
prepaid'
p of StUm
th 1*1
Dr. Modeste '^,g\
ducted a group of s'uae
premiere.
Other numbers on,
gram, which j'V
Madame Benec Unw gfl-
ed Seven Spanish r j
bv De Falla: P.Jf^ j
Four Hands, by "' p^^, tt
Walter Piston's Three 3^
Flute, CU"0*1 ""


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inAY^DECEMBER 26, 19S2
*J<2bLncriciari
etters To The Editor!
PAGE 3 B

|j-/i,' Jewish Floridian welcomes
I from (tf readers express-
,r opinions o/ controver-
i.:?ues on the local, national
international scenes. The
I request that all letters
publication t accompanied
the writer'* name and ad-

tor,
(e Jewish Floridian:
Eg 8 former Miamian, I look
rv.ard with interest and pleas-
to each copy of your news-
iper. As a personal friend of
I Leo Mindlin, I also have con-
Lrable admiration for his flu-
v m writing. When I read
column in your issue of Dc-
inber 12th, I was appalled.
have no wish to defend Mr.
lishe Katz's political views. Mr.
iU Is a lecturer who defends
fuself well. And in addition, I
hiive no quarrel with an hon-
straightforward opinion,
t'wever, Mr. Mindlin's expres-
kns no longer represent logical
buttal. They represent a kind
hysterical, rabble rousing
jmalism that has come to be
ociated with Westbrook Peg-
and I am ashamed and em-
Irasscd that Mr. Mindlin at-
Lpts to answer Mr. Katz in
ch on undisciplined and ir-
pkponsible manner.
|i.. i me emphasize again that
quarrel here is not with Mr.
lindiin's opinions. I defend his
\m\ i lght to express them. But,
I a person f some stature in the
ami Jewish Community it does
kt become him, for example, to
[press himself thusly: ". (Mr.
atz's listeners) seemed
leased, chortling in gleeful fash-
at tattered, Party Line phras-
. and rubbing their bellies
led full by capitalist Miami pro-
lice I in uncontrollable mirth ov-
his best witticisms portending
i evil end for the industrialists."
here is something very un-
Iholesume about such writing.
II am somewhat unclear about
|r. Mindlin's ending reference.
he referring to the purges of
Be Thirties? And if so, is not
reference to Lenin incorrect?
orrect me please, about this.
II shall look forward to seeing
bis published in your Letters To
he Editor Column. Thank you
ry much in advance.
June Mindlin
270 Riverside Drive
New York City
iED. In response to your in-
luiru. Mr, Mindlin emphasized
|is gratitude for your specific
lillingneu to defend his right of
Tee expression a right, may
fe lay in passing, accorded all
Imericatu. He makes further
lorn me in on the matter in his
piumii this week.)
Editorj
The Jewish Floridian:
Will please send to me if it [a
possible any books you or your
subscribers may have, if useless
for them, on geography, hist .ry
grammar, arithmetic, atlas, dic-
tionary, sciences or literature?
Especially interested I am to
learn to study and to know USA
and Florida the Sunshine State.
F. R. Melgar
PO Box 146
Madrid, Spain
Editor,
The Jewish Floridian:
I would like to comment on the
article by Nathan Ziprin con-
cerning the Rosenberg case which
appeared in The Jewish Floridian
of December 5, 1952.
As human beings and citizens
of a free country, the 20 Israeli
Rabbis were certainly within
their rights in appealing for
clemency for the Rosenbergs.
And as for their violating any
"Talmudic adage", I am sure the,
Rabbis are very well qualified
to decide whether they are guilty
of such Talmudic transgressions.
Mr. Ziprin's approach is so
emotional that he fails to see the
contradictions in his reasoning.
Although he questions the wis-
dom of imposing the death sen-
tence, he justifies it by suggest-
ing that perhaps there was evi-
dence which was not even made
public because of its seriousness.
That is only a guess. And since
when do we have secret evi-
dence, not made available to the
jury and public, as the basis for
conviction and imposing of a
sentence? That is against the
spirit of the Constitution and is
more like star chamber methods
used in totalitarian countries.
Protests and appeals for clem-
ency have been pouring in from
eminent men from all parts of
the world from jurists, pro-
testing the sentence and ques-
tioning the veracity of the wit-
ness, David Greenglass, whose
testimony was the basis for the
conviction and from scientists
who assert that the "secrets"
transmitted were no longer sec-
rets at the time in question, and
who testify that it was humanly
impossible for Greenglass, who
is not really a scientist, to re-
member and reproduce six years
later the complicated diagrams
and formulae used as evidence
without outside "help".
In view of the above, isn't it
presumptuous for anyone to sit
in judgment and question the
right of another person to appeal
for clemency?
FRANK MUFSONE
T^wn Branch iay,t%,HnCe "" held Qt ,he Grea,er Miami Jewish Community Center's
sponsored hvtha Luc 7, *ven,n* The social is one of regular bi-monthly affairs
cha" man Sn KpL r ^r'0' GrU The commillee ir' charge includes William Speir,
Fau d"'Joseph cT Freidman, Ruthe Easley, Howard Margolis. rtarie:
234 Physically
Disabled Placed
Two hundred and thirty-four
physically handicapped persons
were placed in employment dur-
ing Physically Hand icapped
Week here, according to statis-
tics released by the Florida State
Employment Service last week.
Of these placements, 87 persons
were veterans, Jonathan A. Bliss,
manager said. A total of 88 em-
ployers asked for handicapped
workers during the week's ob-
servance, October 4th through
11th.
Total placement during the
month of October was 241 per-
sons, of which 93 were veterans.
November marked a total of 239
handicapped, 99 being veterans.
(pomplete and ^bepenJa^e c7i//e SetoHce
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FAGE4B _____________
National Council
Initiates Service
Project For Blind
A counselling service for the
parents of pre-school age blind and
partially sighted children has been
instituted by the Greater Miami
Section of the National Council of
Jewish Women as its first step in
a proposed four point program to
demonstrate the need for special
services to these handicapped
children in the area, according to
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, president of
the Miami Division and member
of the organization's Board of
Governors.
A series of six lectures and dis-
cussions is being conducted by
Mrs. Louise Alpert on Thursday
nights at 8 p.m.. in the. Ingraham
Building. Mrs. Alpert was form-
erly with the Family Service and
is now a member of Council.
"Demonstration projects such as
this are one phase of Council ac-
tivities.'' Mrs. Levin said. "It ap
pears that a need exists in the
community which has heretofore
been unmet. NCJW first conducts
a survey to determine the extent
of the need and then attempts toj
determine the proper agency in'
the community whose ultimate re-
spon Council philosophy rejects a
concept of -vested interest", said
Mrs Irvinx Engel. national presi-|
dent, in this regard. "We consider
it a job well done when the proper
community agency Incorporates
the sen ice for which we have dem-
onstrated the need".
Vice presidents in charge of the
service project are Mrs Leo Ack-
crman and Mrs Alexander Rob
bins.
>Jtislfk)rkUan
It'nui H'vith
Hum Danrr
A Barn Dance and Box Supper
will be the big event of the year's
schedule for members of the Isaac
Levin Lodge. B'nai B'rith. tomor
row evening at the Coral Gables
Women's Club. 1001 East Ponce
de Leon Boulevard.
Members will square dance to
music by the Korn Kobs Orches-
tra. Tickets may be obtained from
Morton Perry. Jack Falk or Rob
ert Levin.
No Biased Questions
DENVER The Colorado Wy
oming Association of Collegiate
Registrars and Admissions Offic
ers voted a! its last meeting to
delete from alt uniiorm applica-
tion blanks any reference to race,
religion or church preference
I oin 111 !" droup
Isnim's Work On
Florida Farm*
Miami District Office of the
US Department of Commerce has
available copies of the 1950 US
Census *f Agriculture for Florida
by counties and state economic
areas.
The report contains 252 pages
and includes a presentation of
statistics by state tables, county
tables, state economic area tablet
and minor civil division tables.
It portrays farm activity in de-
i tail, including such information
as the number of farm operators I
and their age. the number of I
farms reporting, amount of land I
owned, rented and managed, land
area, cropland harvested, crop- j
land used for pasture, value of |
land and buildings and residence j
of farm operator.
Copies are available at 94? Jey-
bold Building.
Honor n,,^
Na Ratner Dd
the Miami BeachCh^H
7on.wa.shono.d^u3
f theLorganitin |as S
the Shoremcle Hotel M
Melvin Richards Miam
councilman, prcsenj ^
Ratner on behalf 0f ?h
for his leadership | *

in the
"T ":,."-'.-*>
A color film, depictinB k,
done at the l'niVcr, "8'heH
and its achievement'\A
Of*..and sciences. '
Sam Berger. presjdent
chapter, was chairman of kTJ
Q^&op
Above are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacobs photoqraphed on the '
eve cf Mr. Jacobs' election to the National Board of Directors,
Workmen's Circle of the State of Florida. The term of office
is from 1952 through 1954. and sessions of the Board will be
held in New York City through tomorrow, December 27th.
On Mr. Jacobs' return here, he will render reports to Branch
No. 207, Atlanta. Georgia; Branch No. 441, Jacksonville, Flor-
ida; and to branches of Greater Miami. Active in the forma-
tion of Branches No. 692, 699 and 1050 here. Mr. Jacobs has
been a Floridian since 1925. and a Miami resident for the past
16 years. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs will attend the wedding of
their grandson. Harris Jacobs, in Rome. Georgia, on Sunday.
w a m ti;d
Information is being sought of
Harry Rosen, in behalf of his
former wife, Anna, who has fail-
ed to receive any financial aid for
quite some time and is now in
need of assistance. Rosen, or
Harry Stone, was born on April
5. 1900. in New York City. He
is 5 feet. 10 inches tall, weight
184 pounds, has dark brown hair.
blue eyes, scar on chin and work-
ed as a truck driver. Anyone a-
ware of this man's present
whereabouts is requested to com-
municate with the National De-
sertion Bureau. 105 Nassau
Street, New York 38. New York.
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Sol Cohen has been elected pres-
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Center.
Cohen served formerly as vice
president and chairman of the Cen-
ter's Finance Committee. He has
resided in Miami Beach since 1948.
Officers elected to serve with
Cohen are: vice presidentsWil-
liam J Harris. Seymour B. Lieb-
man. Jacob Mayblum, Sam Sklar
and Abe Weintraub; treasurer
Sydney C. Lyons; Financial Sec
rotary Dan Wagner; assistant
financial secretary Paul Press;
secretary Lester Lasky; and
corresponding secretary Mor-
ris Fenster.
New officers and the Board of
Directors assumed their duties on
Tuesday.
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)AY. DECEMBER 26, 1952
+Jewi$t thridian
PAGE 5 B*
BetweenYou and Me9'
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
the Jewish Agency, it will become
a really powerful Zionist body in
America Hence, the competi-
tion among Zionist groups for the
presidency of the Council is get-
r :....,........" J. I which has a population of 350.000
1E AMERICAN SCENE: It
now be revealed that during
Presidential election cam-
the American Jewish Com-
e alerted its correspondents
Ibout 300 cities to report on
xpressioni of bigotry by
lidates or party workers in
L ,urSe of their speeches .
National Council of Churches
Christ i" America similarly
tcl correspondents in about
communities on the same
tit It will be gratifying
American Jews to learn that
, whatever came in to
organization of. anti-Jew-
[gitation by anyone connected
the major parties Ob-
Ihnablo literature was distrib-
l,v the Constitution Party
the Christian Nationalist
v, but aroused no concern in
locality These parties,
when they bought radio
were not permitted to say
thing anti-Semitic on the air
The general reports received a Zionist federation as an over-
man Jewish Commit-] all body of the entire American
nd the National Council all j Zionist movement The Zion-
asized that .the climate of] 1st I.aborites. on'the other hand
advocate the calling of such an
Assembly They also insist
'.hat the election of delegates to
the Assembly should take place
on the basis of the sale of a spe-
cial Ameiican Shekel Each
hold' i" Of this Shekel, they urge,
should have the right to vote for
delegates for the Assembly in the
same tashion as voting for dele-
gates to the World Zionist Con-
grets Ibis issue will probably
be the hottest issue of the year
In the Ameiican Zionist move-
secret that Lebanon was actually mont
forced to join the anti-Israel boy-
cott ... It is the only Arab
League nation to let Israel ships
paai through its waters ... If not
for her fear of other Arab coun-
tries, Lebanon would trade open-
ly with Israel Incidentally,
Lebanon is considered the most
civilized among the Arab states
. Illiteracy there is very low
as compared with the other Arab
countries There are no less
than 35 daily newspapers publish-
Lipsky's present leadership of the
Council, but it is merely the striv-
ing f too, to seek the post which now'
Mr. Lip.-ky holds Even in the
ranks of the ZOA of which Mr.
Lipsky is a leading memb .
th( re are top lea lers with ambi-
tions to become president of an
expanded American Zionist
Council Not to spcak of lead-
ers of other Zionist groups .
Major differences are also devel
oping now among the Zionist par-
ties over convening an American
Zionist Assembly- with delegates
from all Zionist groups in the
country The ZOA opposes
such an Assembly, fearing t at
out of this Assembly .1 ay i i: erge
. And speaking of Arab coun-
tries, it is interesting to note
that the Syrian Ministry of Eco-
nomics has published a popula-
tion figure showing that there are
nil 31,13"! Jews residing in that
country
m throughout the country
|jr- the election campaign was
if pronounced opposition to
Mry President Truman's
let ion of the issue of bigotry
the campaign by accusing
Eisenhower of supporting
"master race" theory turned
Ho be a political liability, the
survey established .
IE ZIONIST SCENE: Inter-
ty negotiation! have started
ng the Zionist groups in | rr.ent
country on the Jerusalem i
ecaunt to expand the func-
ps of the American Zionist
jmcil The major issue is
structure of the expanded
uncil Since the Council
ll take over part of the aetiv-
s of the American section of
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Retail
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Grade A. Soil
Phone 4-0335
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
WORK GUARANTEED
THE POLITICAL SCENE:
Arab diplomats in the United
States closely watch the Yiddish
and the English-Jewish press in
this country for any material that
can be quoted to the detriment of
Israel ... A number of Jewish
publications have already been
cited by Arab delegates at the
current United Nations session
... A Syrian press mission is
spending four weeks in the Unit-
I ed States as guests of the State
Department ... And Emil el-
Ghory. of the Arab Higher Com-
mittee of Palestine, which is dom-
inated by the ex-Mufti of Jeru-
salem, is coming to tour the Unit-
ed States and stir up more pro-
Arab propaganda in this country
Egypt is also seeking to spread
its influence in the United States
. The only Aiab League coun-
try which dots not seem eager to
promote anti-Israel sentiment in
America is Lebanon ... It is no
COMMUNAL ISSUES: As a
result of the withdrawal of the
lean Jewish Committee and
he Anti-Defamation League from
.he National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, the
NCitAC will be $17,500 short on
its 1952 operational budget j
The NCRAC has been operating
this year, on a budget of S145.000,
of which $70,000 was to be sup-
plied by the American Jewish
C immittee and the Anti-Defa-
mation League The two agen-
cies agreed to pay dues on this
basis for the first nine months of
the yi ar alone and made no com-
mitment for the last three months
I of the >ear. apparently anticipat-
| ing their withdrawal This
immediate problem of the
NCRAC was eliscussed by the ex-
ecutive committee of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds The committee
expressed the opinion that the
member community welfare
funds of the CJFWF had made
their allocations to the two ag-
encies for 1952 on the premise of
a full year's dues from the AJC
and ADL It therefore voted
to take up the question of com-
pleting their first 1952 payments
to the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council with the
two agencies The NCRAC
budget for 1953 will be $160,-
000 ... It will seek the support
of all federations and welfare
funds rather than restricting it-
self, as in the past, to its own
member auencies.
before the agreement is
carried out First, the Amer-
ican Zionist leaders who conclud-
ed the agreement in Jerusalem
will have to present it to their
memberships in the US for dis-i
cussion Second, there will
have to be a Zionist Assembly
convoked here of delegates from
all Zionist groups in the coun-
try to make final decisions with
regard to the agreement Be-
fore the Assembly is convoked,
plenty of time will be lost in dis-
cussion and bargaining on the
mode of the elections to the As-
sembly, which is intended to be
a kind of an American Zionist
Congress Some Zionist groups
here want the elections to be con-
ducted on the basis of the sale
of Shekolim Others, who have
a large membership like the
Zionist Organization of American
and the H-dassahwant repre-
S( ntation in the Assembly on the
basis of membership Even
after the Assembly is held and
the Jerusalem pact ratified by all
groups concerned, there will be a
good deal ot bargaining as to who
shall be the head of the expanded
Ameiican Zionist Council ... All
this points to the fact that then
will be a very lively Zionist win-
ter season this year with discus-
sions on basic problems directly
affecting the American Zionist
movement
WITHIN JEWISH TRADITION
The story about Ben-Gurion*s
seeking Rabbinic authority on the
troublesome question of drafting
orthodox women into the serv-
ices is an exhilirating one since
it represents compliance with the
Jewish traditional approach to
problems of that sort. It would
indeed be an anomaly if the head
of a Jewish state were to ignore
rabbinic opinion on a matter af-
fecting- religious convictions. Ul-
tra-orthodox opinion in Israel has
fought the conscription of relig-
ious women, but the more mod-
erate orthodox elements are
seemingly inclined toward com-
promise. We do not question the
sincerity of the Rabbis who are
unalterably opposed to the in-
clusion of women in the services.
Yet we feel their judgment can-
not be wholly objective when
they are part of the government
scheme. By going to a Rabbi who
is wholly detached from political
ife. Ben-Gurion has demonstrat-
ed a highly laudable purpose.
ZIONIST ISSUES:
Zionists in America will be
busy for the next six months dis-
cussing the agreement reached in
Jerusalem on the expansion of
the American Zionist Council.
. it is one Hunt: to reach an
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United States Those who
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1952
+JewistnrMi~r,
Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
PAGE 7B
UNITED NATIONS It seems, by emotions and
I unlikely that a United Nations exaggerati
Lppeal for direct negotiations to
(bring about a peace settlement in
Palestine will meet with the same
(swift response from the Arabs as^
Ithe pr< vioua United Nations ap-
P :,1 for direct negoiions which
(! in the present armistice
i merits.
The atmosphere is different.
|Tho Arabs were in confused dis-
Iorder in 1948; they had suffered
a suits of catastrophic military
[defeats. Moreover, they realized
Ithin that the weight of public
lopiniin and particularly Ameri-
[can opinion was on the side of Is-
Iracl.
Now, they have licked their
I wounds, and they believe too
[that, as a result of the elections,
there has been a change in the
Amu lean stand on the Palestine
issue It may be wishful thinking,
[but they have certainly convinc-
ed themselves that President-
elect Eisenhower and Secretary-
[of-State designate John Foster
Dulles will be more sympathetic
t iward their cause than Presi-
dent Truman and Secretary of
State Aches, n.
N'i t i inly do they base their be-
lief on their assumption that most
Jews -uppoitcd and voted for
(Governor Stevenson, but they
art in the fact that Mr.
IDulles when he was running for
the L'S Senate against Senator'
! n had declared that he was |
in favor of the internationalizing i
of Jerusalem.
Thus, there is unlikely to be
any direct negotiations until a
time when the Arabs realize that
the new American administration
I intend to make any great
chances in its policy toward the
Eastand that will not
be t.l] the spring at the earliest.
Asi le from these calculations,
01 hful hopes, the Arab dele-
gate here say privately that they
aid that a peace settlement
iu are not given to
(a very small
number) assert thai brail i
become the economic masters of
the area.
Apparently, th ;
la not so much the fact .hatl
Israel has such a high proportion'
of experienced technicians but
because of the American dollars
which the Arabs believe arc pour-
ing into the country. Once there
is a peace settlement, the Arab
States are likely to receive sub-
stantial loans, but the Arab dele-
gates here are not impressed by
this, although they are now say-
ing that they are willing to ac-
eept Point F(,ur Aid.
At the same time, as Ambassa-
dor Abba S. Eban said, in pre-
senting Irael's "blue print for
peace" here, "there are special
reasons which cause us to believe
that an active quest for peace
now holds more promise than be-
fore." There have been great
changes in the Arab States; near-
ly all of them have new govern-
ments and rrost of these govern-
ments now realize that it is only
a question of time before theyj
will have to agree to a peace set-
tlement.
That is why the violent speech-
es here by the Arab delegates,
some of whom indulged in anti-
Semitism utterances, are consid-
ered by many "neutral" diplo-
mats here to be a "last fling"
for the benefit of the local popu-
lace before knuckling under the
political reality and agreeing to
direct negotiations.
Despite these Arab denuncia-
tions which are becoming harder
j to take heie, especially'after the
Israeli delegate's eloquent and
statesmanlike peace proposal, it
is noted here that are Arab dele-
gates have announced their ad-
herence to the United Nations
resolution setting up the State of
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. knisl fk rid far
FRIDAY, DECEMBER oc
Weizmann Remembrance
dieted to understahment and
could make a point far more ef-
fectively bv a shaft of quiet irony
than most other! by extravagant
claim.
There was tin story told many
years ago of a well-intentioned
By JULIAN LOUIS MELTZER
. On a warm and sunny November afternoon in Israel three
years ago. I sat in a handsomely-appointed study of a gracious
home that matched the air of elegance and comfort which are
typical o! an English country house. Fine volumes, fine paintings
and exquisite objects d'art, which showed they had been selected
with a connoisseur's unerring
taste, expressed the cultured per-
sonality of the household. The ob-
long library seemed visibly toj
contain the distilled essence of|
knowledge, culture and that in-1
imitable artistry of living which |
one instinctively associates witth I
the milieu of great people.
It was the first of November, a
day before the official inaugura-
tion ceremony of the Weizmann
Institute df Science in 1949. I had
come u> Interview President
Chaim Weizmann in anticipation
of that crowning event in his
long and active life, the formal
dedication of the Institute >f|
Science which he cherished so|
deeply.
The last time I had interviewed
him for a newspaper article had
been five years earlier, on .the
eve of his "Oth birthday He had
a remarkable memory for names.
dates iind places of earlier meet-
ings, and he recalled details that
I had forgotten.
The President sat m an arm-
chair before me. speaking in his
familiarly low but musical voice.
He ruminated aloud on what he
felt ought to be the Institute's
and Israel's contributions to the
advancement of human welfare
The Institute's departments
had already rendered some valu-
able services t<> the 1948 war of
liberation, although this u,,.- -till
not "officially" open Dr. Weiz-
mann spoke of them and siirvev-
<-d the tasks and responsibilities
which lie conceived for the Re-
hovoth Institute in its relation-
ship to the State.
Then, in the course of his mus-
il he said:
'Of course, there are also the
workshops at tin- Institute. \Y< 'v<
put a good deal into them.
They're indispensable to any in-
stitute of scienci. and much more
so in a snail country like ours
where you cannot get equipment
and machinery repaired as quick-
ly as in a larger country Our
own workshops here in Rehovoth
i; Ms-. :,c .iiili t i manufacture anj
thing from a pin to a battli ship."
I living uttered tl fu] tig-
of speech, i ;.- usually sombei
ii untenance broke into an i lean-
ing snide, and he added, withI of characteristic wryness A- one can d a cornet of one laboratory
eyes tw nkling b hind blue-tinted who i, I in the which was filled with retorts and
spectacles: "I don't, however, sup I England, he v test-tube* and said "Now there's
President of the United States Harry S. Truman (left) greets
President of Israel Dr. Chaim Weizmann at the White House
in Washington, D.C.. some time before the latter's death in
Rehovoth last month. President Truman is shown accepting
a Scroll of Law from Dr. Weizmann tendered him in behalf
of the Jewish nation for his active and spiritual support.
pose we shall b' asked to help in, if somewhat portentious visitor.
building up the Israel Saw just apparently someone of impor-
; tance. else Dr. Weizmann would
Dr. W.i/mann was famous fon^ ,.s(,,ll(.() him on a tour
his sparkling wit. His friends and
others who met him eagerly \ "f ,hl' laboratories. The visitor
awaited these spontaneous and ** persistent m questioning Dr.
brilliant sallies which came quite Weizmann on the character of the
unexpectedly II,. could convey, u-search work then in progress.
more in what appeared to be a| Although adhering to the sci-
CSSUal aside 01 afterthought than < ntific code Of icticence which
many another in a long and care-: forbids revealing details of un-
fully-prepared address. It was the, completed processes, Dr. Weil-
human quality in him. the abiliy inann was doing his best with
to allow his faculty of mordant CUStomarj urbanity and charm to
e abstract con- interpret the scientific program
nl i mpie trims. | in terms understandable to the
That humor, or perhaps that layman. He saw. however, that
humanism, was ever-pn '-nt he was only mystifying the other,
keen, incisive, delicately-poised, Suddenly, the President indi-
a propect going on which I think
is the finest I've ever known.
It's really something important."
Overawed and impressed, the
vis.toi asked what it was.
I'll let the man in charge ex-
pound.'' Dr. Weizmann replied,
beckoning to a white-coated as-
listant.
When the man approached he
asked. What are you doing over
there In the corner?"
"Boiling water for tea," was
the answer,
"You see'" Dr. Weizmann ex-
ilaimcd triumphantly, turning toj
the- visitor.
He was no less observant and |
d for the little things as
well as the great things. His j
autobiography, Trial And Error,|
abounds in these unexpected in-,
sights on his character. When the'
Sieff Research Institute was,
planned in 1933. and he had be-
gun to send invitations to some of
Qennany'i outstanding scientists
to come to Israel, Weizmann in-
tisted on a club-housees being
built to rate: to the amenities of
the staff.
He had the vacant land at the
k of the Sieff Institute build-
ing laid out and planted with
pines and other shade-trees "so
that scientists can have a place
where to walk and think." He
added at the time, "Scientists, too.
like a pleasant spot to spend away
from the laboratory."
He had an ineffable gift for
tidiness and order. He hated to
see refuge or discarded litter on
the floors or in the grounds of
the Weizmann Institute. He tells
the story himself in Trial And Er-
ror how his insistence upon
cleanliness eventually came to be
obeyed by chauffeurs who
brought visitors to the place.
But he omitted mention of one
important fact: whenever he
walked along a corridor in any
of the buildings and happened to
notice a cigarette stub carelessly
ground underheel. he would stoop
and pick it up, placing it care-
fully in the nearest wall recep-
tacle. That practice soon taught
its general lesson, and cigarette
ends or spent matches were no
longer to be seen. It was a sim-
ple projection of the
lowed* menta' hab^e2]
Dr. Chaim Weizmann ran^
among princes n prp *
he never lost the com' W
He spoke faultless fSi^
highly-placed ambasSJL'S
Yiddish with the s7 2
whom he encountered on fc!
many Journeys around the JM
He could find a fel^Jji
m many language. There wmS
occasion when he spoke twl
toe Anglo-American contSEf
of Inquiry on Palestine ,n ym\
j>nd. in urging a politicalmhiyL
in favor of the Jewish claim.TJ
coined the classic phrase that \m\
so doing the Committee would LTJ
pursuing "the line of leattmM
tiee.'' It illustrated his gift f-j
under-emphasis.
There was one -pot at the We*.]
mann Institut. in which he IntM
to sit and meditatethe Jacob, i
Goldenberg Library in the pfcj. I
sics and Physical Chemotrrj
Building. It had been given It ]
the Weizmann Institute by tbt'f]
Goldenberg family of Muinea-J
polis, Minnesota, in mei
their father.
On the northern window *J
the emblem of a chemical font-J
ula: the symbol of one of thgl
group of polycyclic hydrocarbasl
which Dr. Weizmann isolated al
1904, thereby initiating anentin-'j
ly new approach through orgasij
chemistry to cancer-causing sub-1
stances.
The southern window looked a
out on the lovely garden betwea, j
the Physics Building and the
Sieff Institute, and it was a pe\]
rennial joy to him to be there.
It is that image of Dr. Chaia j
Weizmann, scientist and states-
man, that those- who saw him at
the Institute in the last years A >
his life will forevei 11-member i
a giant weary and exhausted by
tfafl many decades of toil, ceanaj
the burdens of his people's woe
and yearning, refreshing himsdf
at the fountain of knowledge an*
wisdom and recapturing the
moods and melodies of science
in the atmotphen he loved bat-|
His spirit will surely never dej
part those preeir
UN Resolution Asks Contesting
Parties To Cease All Hostilities
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Si* week
introduced in the United Nati Gem il A i i bly's Special i'
tical Committee a resolution calling on b th I el l od '
tea to enter into direct negotiations immediately foi settle
Ol their differences.
The resolution, introduced by Finn Moi Norway, was spon-
d by Canada, Denmark. Ecu-
dor, the Netherlands, Norway
and Uruguay. It has the support
Of the Israel di legation, whose
ch>ef, Abba Eban. earlier this
ik urged the United Nations
to make everj effort to bring the
two sides together. Western Pow-
i s support of the resolution is
expected.
The Mx-power resolution asks
ail parties to "desist from any
fuither acts of hostility" and urg-
the governments concerned to
enter into direct negotiations for
settlement of their outstanding
differences. It proposes that the
vices of the UN Palestine Con-
ciliation Commission should be
. ilabl< foi tr.is purpose, it cle-
- d.
Ahmed Shykeiri, of Syria, the
only Arab i tpresantative to
ik, described Mr. tfoi speech
.appealing for peace negotiations
as a "noble appeal," but added
that Israel would have to prove
her peaceful intentions. He Stres-
sed the A: abs' "di
and their "conciliatory" attitude
contrasting it with charges that
and e mi liation at-
tempt! >t th
Israelis.
He stated that the Ai abi would
not "re. ist" dii ivided
they w re based on the principles
and obligations ol the I'N C
ter. He said that the Ala:
cepted the Norwegian peai
nd were prepared to abide
by Assembly n solutions but
doubted thai Israel would do so
outside th halls Ol t: e (lei
Asm-ii.
Before the Norwegian repre-
sent! t Ivi i >ke, Pier < Ordon-
ni-au. French chairman of the
m Commission, made a
statement in which he pi
i nent to ielease
blocked Arab funds ii aid the
formula a< w ould
settle the ty of these ac-
counts. He admitted that the
Commission had been unable- to
find a "ni w approai h" to the
nd 1 ii on
: on ti nil. I pi. Menu
such ...- com; : :. f,- ,nl.
. i
Calli For UN Move
i I I intioduetli.il of this
I \ id ir Ab-
a s Eban bad told I'N
era that th United N
shoul I
etween
le Arab
peace settlement
"We've triad i
"f >'' ibout peac. and th. v
ivi all i isle d." Mr, [
"" tuation with
d to the Aral -.spuu?
as uniqui ,s the only
-
' International con-
' ''' i a the Soviet
v.
I
Eban |
' v' nd the
- i.
He :. ts the
n th i
tioiU ovei the "traditional" di>-
n of Palestine. "Year after
SVe chewed the cud of
Israel's first President, Dr. Chaim Weizmann. who pa ^
away early last month, is shown at left as he 9f*e'. ^
world-renowned physicist and mathematician, ui-^
Einstein, on the occasion of their first meeting Dr- t*"^
who escaped Nazi Germany in the early thirties an!\^iarf'
refuge in the United States, has since been m the ""Jjjjjj
of international Jewish leadership aiding in the up
of the new democracy.
Arab denunciations," he stated,
Il I of continuing the con-
intended to sub-
pea, e plan at this BC
He announced that
: dm would be full peace-
' on i .th the Arab stal .
efforts to conquer
reestabllshment ol
imitations and the solution
urity questions together.
1 Israeli diplomat felt the
uch a move be-
cause, ot ...
many wouftdk-
with-
111 ,h' tea was psyclmlog-
"'a'lv ttlament"
I In connection with this, Mr. Eban
answered a question bj
that he felt that WrV^J
logical leader Bmong
Mates to bring about J
gotiations. He declared th- rf
Israel which could not be rj
solved pa|e5tiiie
As the d ;ni deiegatoi
Abdul M
ed that th
rion I ... J it -*5
Israel. H ^ab^
sheltei
the situati' 'n r
thus v. ",,ng
fait accompli


SiigJ^AS}^^:;
UDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1952
iDL Urges Banning Of Discriminatory
?hrases In Newspaper Resort Ads
NEW YORK The Anti-Defamation League of Bnai B'rith. in a
brief submitted to the New York State Commission Against Discrim-
ination, urged the banning by the State of such phrases as 'churches
bearby" in resort advertisements, Benjamin R. Epstein, the Leagues
ational director, said here.
The League's brief asserted that such advertisements violated the
Kew York State law against dis- -
Crimination and pointed out that
[hey first began to appear in 1943,
Wr the New York County Dis-
trict Attorney held that the use of
luch phrases as "selected clien-
tele" and "restricted clientele"
Vere illegal.
As verification of "what many
Americans know from personal
fxpcricncc". the League present-
Ed SCAD with the results of an
Intensive study it had made of
fesort hotel advertising in two
cading New York newspapers. In
|his test, identical letters requcst-
ng reservations one signed
kith an obviously Jewish name
ml one with a non-Jewish name
were sent to 185 different re-
[>rts which operated in 16 differ-
ent states and in Canada, and
ihose ads included the phrase
fchurches nearby" or a variant
thereof.
Analysis of the replies, the
League reported, showed that
(When the name of a prospective
best revealed that he might be
lewish". his chance of obtaining
Accommodations at the resort of
lis choice was 27 percent if he
elected it from the ads in one
kwspaper and 48.1 percent from
Advertisements in the other.
If from his name he appeared
he non-Jewish", however, "he
bad an 88 percent to a 90.7 percent
I of success".
The results of the study, the
cague contended, were "conclus-
ive proof that these polite phrases,
Apparently offering special facili-
ties, such as 'Catholic and Protes-
ant Churches nearby'" were
|imply devices for discrimination
guest selection on the basis of
|digion".
The I-eague also drew SCAD's
Ktention to a statement made by
*J**lstifhr*tiar?
PAGE 9 B
Miami Convalescent Home
Apeci.ilizmg in Care to the Elderly and
pnromc.illy III. 24-Hour Nursing Serv-
Special Diets Strictly Observed.
Pr v .!- and Semi-Private Rooms.
LEO ALLEN, Director
335 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phones 2-5437 and 9-0278
Builders if Immortal
Memorials fir tbi
fliafi <* nmo
Jewish Trail

Look for the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS $40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
the non-sectarian Travel Agents
Committee to Combat Discrimina-
tion, which charged that resort
owners who use "churches nearby"
ads do so "in order to avoid the
more obvious references which are
prohibited by law". As far as the
general public was concerned, the
Travel Agents Committee report
ed, "the majority of persons so
interpret these phrases as indicat-
ing the established practice of lim-
iting the acceptance of guests to
those of the Christian faith and
thereby exclude members of other
religions".
Mr. Epstein stressed that no
complaint was directed against
newspapers which accept ads using
the term "churches nearby". He
pointed out that when the District
Attorney held that the use of such
phrases as "selected clientele" and
"restricted clientele" were declar-
ed illegal, newspaper publishers
refused to accept advertisements
using these terms. The crux of the
problem lies in a ruling by SCAD
which would prevent resorts from
utilizing evasive phraseology to
achieve their discriminatory pol-
icy, he said.
28th Anniversary
CUSTOM TAILOR
28 Years of Service to
the World's Most
Distinctive Clientele
1104 Lincoln Road
Ph. 5-3812
Nathan Ginsburg announces
the formal opening for the
1952.53 season oi his Strath-
haven Hotel, located at 411
ocean Drive, Miami Beach.
Mr. Ginsburg is widely
known as an operator of
kosher hotels. The Strath-
haven dining room is under
the supervision of the Union
of Orthodox Congregations of
America, the only Miami
Beach cuisine awarded the
Congregation's distinguish-
ing "U" of Kashruth.
SUNRAYPARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL-SANITARIUM
FOt ROT. CONVAUSCENa
ahb game cmu
tts s.w. joTcoun
MUMinnpint f
GREETINGS !
TRAIL
Tackle Shop
LIVE SHRIMP
Fresh Mullet and Shrimp
"Everything for the Fisherman'
1715 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 2-9656
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
Security Abstract Co.
44 N. E. 1st Ave.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORD
III "v. on a new roof late*
"Satief.etory Work by
experienced Man"
4M ur^*"
NY LOW TENTS
" ucIrSTsJcrr!.-.-.???'
Greetings
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wilson and Son Irving
"Park Inside in the Heart of Downtown
District at no Extra Charge''
WILSON'S GARAGE
170 N. E. 1st Street
Phone 3-8331 or 2-8404
INC.
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
AL Pill I 4,1 it
TAXIDERMIST
15899 N. E. Sixth Avenue North Miami Phone 816-5991
Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory
Serving Florida
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA
Inspection and Testing
Chemical and Physical Analysis
Phone 48-8293
4301 N.W. 7th STREET MIAMI
TO ALL...
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
American Photo Company
811 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE 3-9788
T O AL L
A MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
ZARET CONSTRUCTION CORP.
... Miami Beach
1901 West Avenue
FOR REST AND RELAXATION
AT YOUR FAVORITE FURNITURE STORE
E. B. MAinME MATTRESS CU
Can Save an American Life!
RIGHT NOW blood is saving lives at the front
in Koreaand in hospitals far behind
the combat areas.
HE*E AT HOME, TOO, blood is needed by
other thousands in our civilian hospitals.
What's more, it is vital to our national defense
that we build a reserve of plasma against
the possibility of an enemy bombing attack
on our homes, our cities and factories.
THAT'S WHY your blood donation is
needed now. And when you give it, this you
can be sure of: Wherever it goes .
this priceless, painless gift will some day
save an American life!
GIVE BLOOD NOW
Mall Coupon Today!
RED CROSS will verify your appointment! x
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+JewlstiFkir*UarJ
Phi Sigma Tau Formal
Phi Sigma Tau Council held its
InnuaJ Winter Formal lad Satur-
day. The affair took place at the
shore Club Hotal Dacambar is
also the tifth Minivanary of the
.mil and ..s celebrated ;it the al
..in-.
uLuai- nunw
HAIFA, Israel Emerqency transfusion slowly brings life
back to 88-year-old Avram Brickner. ex-cencentration camp
inmate. Just before this photograph was mode, he plunged
14 feet after slipping on wet planks, rode to an aid station in
a crippled ambulance that twice hrcke down in a storm and
took a six-mile trip in another ambulmce to 'he blood bank
station. His life was saved by Magen David Adorn. Israel's
Agency for Red Cross work, with equipment supplied by
American Red Mogen Dovid.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND (-OR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155302
Itl.ANCHE ..I'.wi.-. Plaintiff,
I si i.i.iv \\ .i al, I > -fi-ii.l.inis.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
K i i .-I l.l.l\ AN .hi.I
ETTA SI I.I.IV AN. hla wife,
i:.....km unknoa n
.ll'I.IA It SI l.i-IVAN .mil
8l'LLI\ \ v hi i hueband, if rite
i.. married.
l:< i i i. ii. unknoa n
And alao, I> "I the unknown
.--. (ranii -. lesa -
. h, Hi i"i -. iad
I ilmanl i ilmlna b)
..- ilnal an)
>f llii- above;
. 11 .... nknown pan
and anil I'.iI lllf "i il.um-
in riant, title or
In and to Ine follov. Ins
.i 11 .i: pi opei t > located ,
iii altuate, lylna and belns '" I
. i 'ountj ol i i.ni.. Htate <
Floi I la, in ml;
I ..i .;j in Block II "f HIOH-
ly AND l' \KK i. i ordlni to the
plal thereof, r.....r- i,.l In I 'la t
II K>k -'. Haae i ;. ol the Public
It,. >rda of l 1.1.. i 'ounty, F'l.n -
. la
MH ANll i: Mil OF V'H" tra here-
\ ordered and required to flit- your
11 pi .".ii. ..n ..i I., fore the Ilal day
I January, ISSs, In the above styled
,i !>. noa pending in ihe l'mult
oun nf the Eleventh Judicial Clr-
and f-ii Hail.- County, Florida.
In Chancery, wherein M Blanche Ad-
ami i. plaintiff and the above named
partlea, youraelvea and othera, arc
dxfendanta, and In default of nioh i>-
pearance do r.->. pro confaaao will
be entered asjalnal you. sai.i oauae
nraa Inatltuted for the imri><>ae nf
. iuj title '.. the above deeci Ibed
property, is win more fuliv ap|i.-ai
(i..in the i.in of complalnl filed In the
.tin-.- .,f the Clerk "f the circuit Court
if i .Hi.- County, Florida
rin~ ordei si,ail t... published once
inch week for font ......imiin. .-ki<
Mi. JKWI8H rLORIDIAN, Miami.
I LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.ni'ii'i: in iiniKhtl. GIVHM thai
r....i. dealrlnn to >iiKuee In
I.i..i ihe f1.1iti.mii. name ol
i i:.\ \ V I S T V i.ai nukkktti:
LEANING, at nm. \ U
vvi m ml, i-'i... i.i.i. Intend
name with [hi
!,. i' ,:i i'.. 11 ..f I lade i
';"i.mi: (1REKR .n.i
1 \ \ i. \ ri.A \. aole owm ra
Mi IH tin IXM1N
: (>a ii.'TH
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N THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
Nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No 155344
RCTH K \RA8ICK, Plaintiff,
v B.
I U.VARI) Mil MUCK, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I'O KERNARD KAKASKK
IIj South -'ml Btreel
I'.....kl> n. N>w York
You are hereb) notified that a Hill
nf Complalnl for Divorce haa bean
III i isalnel you and yon are hereby
required t.. aarvi cop) "f your Ana>
wet t.. th. Bill i i attorney and file th.- original
tnawei ." the office .if the Clara of
.i.i i 'out t. on ot i afore I he
. ..f January ISM; otherwise
I a lies in..us of said mil of Oom-
plainl i'l be iikm aa confeased
I K.i II- I \..U.
thr* r.uh day
LEGAL Notice
26,
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IS !
f I Nacembajr,
K. II I.EATHERMAN.
i I. rk of Clicuit Coui t
Bj iv.\l W STOCK INO,
I.....n I 'lerk
GEORGE J TALlANOFK, E8Q
Attoniej i.i Plaintiff
12*1 Lincoln It-.ail
Beach, Florid..
II M i'2-s-H
"No FOR D*
FLORIDA i
MA It I I I
aLBBj
NOTICE u
POl Al.l'.i KT
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YOI v
I .1 nf ,
.....VI
your \
85 tii<- I'laintm
!l......alnal u, ,h
of ii... cir, .,; ,.
' day ..I i.,,
a Decree I
I calm \,,u
Tin. i,... .
hi h week f.i fou
In The JEWISH
, ".Col I Mial
tut] ..f 11,, ember
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I'M LOT. SILVB1
attorneya f..r I
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155023
AHTIII It THOMAS MKRItlTT.
Plaintiff,
Vs
MART ma MKRRITT.
I'.-f. ii.1.1 nt
TO: MART SKiil'lt MKRRITT
1411 South Carollnn Avenue, s |
W ashlnstotl. I1 C
You lire notified that a Hill of CkMB-
plaint for Divorce liaa l>.-en filed a
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NOTICE UNDE
NAM)
NOTICE is UK
the in..i. i
bualneaa undei n
HKi Till: s u M;
If. K. 1st A, ri i,
reglater aald na .
if the I 'linn! i ,, ,
K1..I l.l.i
BTTl
BTEPHRN V KK
Attorney for Apul
t H. W. Knd Av.i
l2/l-2
" FICT
LAW
Tioui
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"nirine; I
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s.-I.KK
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NOTICE UNDEf
NAME
NOTH'K It) II i.l
the underaifned, de
biiniii.-.Ha undei th.- fictitlou
"I.A1RK H i'i iKKl-
I'r.xel Avenue. Mil
Intends to res -' I aal I ninw
the t'leik ..f th. Circuit Coon of taa
County, Florida
fi.Aiiti: p SU.VFJ8
Bolt iwner
R FICTITIOUS J
LAW
III.HY lilVEX J
'- -uln, to F!Kioa|
rictitloun !uai
'+ SHOP, at
Ben h. h...iia,l
Kaiiit \ |Hired i.. mm. cub* of roar n- iM.'".'."''* '"' Al'P"'
war to the Hill f Complaint on the :i*,F iliinliff- attorney. I.AVII. A. '2/l-2 1 I I
E H LEATHERMAN,
i i.-i k ..t the i'ii.nit i-.iuit
B) \\ M W STA I'ei.utv dark
u %RRE.N .- WBPMAN
\tt .rii. ) f, |'| ,iMi:fr
107 Hlacayni Huil.linx
M .ii.ii. H I... 1.1.,
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SHELL'S SUPER MARKET *
WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE
5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIIVBN that
..... underalBed, .I.-miIii, to enaace in
,,,. :",,:",'" "" '""""iiM name of
J ki:.-aii.i.i:s BEAUTY BALOrf. ai
^raaUlea Hotel. UU ColllRa Avenue
Miami eurh. Intends Co reelKter mild
SS 3&2?c3&. ?CrS.ana,k
HHR.NER a SpScfST' *"*
Ml-, ii. is f,,r Applicant
:i Roper I. .in,:,
>1 ami It, h lot nia
II N l |..ll
PRANK, i"l (ilvmpla Huildine;. Miami.
Florida, ami file the original answer
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
. nit Court In and for Pa.le County,
Court 11..11-.- Miami. Horlda. on or
Inf..re the :ih day of Jannarv. IMS,
KATKD at Miami. Florida, tills ith
lay of December, HMil.
K. II I.EATHKRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade Countv. I-'I.>i Ida
By WM. W BTOCKINO,
IVputv Clerk
Clltl'flT I'lirilT SKAI.I
I'iVlli A FRAIfK
Attorney for Plaintiff
l!>IZ-l-M 1/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
......., ... NAME LAW
,,N .'.' 1? '^-'"^'.'V 0IVBN tluit
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKltY OIVRM that
the undei signed, dealt Ine to enaace in
biiHinesa under the fictitious name of
SttNDRA FASHIONS, at 122 S
trd Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intenda
to realster aald name with the Clerk
of the ( ireuit Cuit of l>ade County,
Ploi ula.
MICHAEL ItdSKXTHAI,
,______ Sole Owner
MARX M EAHKK
Attorney for
WOLPERT FEATURES
f?V
XationaUy AAvmrUmmd Miranda
KROEHLER Living Room Furniture
GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances
SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs
MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet
LANE Cedar Chests
CARRIER Air Conditioning
os&WOLPERT'S
Help You Make
^ Your House a Home
,,.... 1.SI,.'IAM J RENNET
s l-.IHKN f KESRI.ER
Attorne) foi Applicant
t H Itnd Ave
i- -> : : n;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..,,,,, ... NAME LAW
,.>] I' E I.-. HEKKIIV GIVEN that
'''' .....Irlne to aSailn
rAMIAMrHo-r'Af ''""""" nami nf
IA 1IAMI l|.i| Kl, HAR, at 201 \V
. 'r.^^'.,-'11M'i..... '-""Ma. intend
' resiatei aald n...... with the Clerk
;,.1',;; "" roori ,., ,,.,.. coJiStV!
IOUS
rtAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersized, dealrlna to ena-iute In
buelneaa under the fl.tltloua name ..f
BAR MART, at Unoi Collins Avenue.
Miami ll.a.h, l-'I..: 1.1;.. intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Made County.
| Florida.
MILDRED c c/fRHYi.i:.
..... soli' owner
u EINRTEIN. WEIN8TEIN
*- vVRINRTErN
Utorneyi rr Mildred c. Carlyle
II lt-11 II i .j
..
IIERM V\ HIKORNDORJi
J-'-lls KIEOENDORF
NO cEi^Rl^ct,t10u8
Was: ttdT-fr -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ine underalaned, desirlne to enaaao In
-i.-s under the n, titioui name of
.Kl ltl.lt s KOSHER DEUCATE8.
-I N Wli REKTAI'RANT, al 134 Co|-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Ti
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERV.
No. 1M*29
SHELDON H. BAItO.N, lVntiff
v
Joan BARON, defendant.
To: JOAN BARON
i.i Paahine Avenue
Newark. N. w Jeraey
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. JOAN UARON, art lierrtf
notified that a lt;:i uf 'cmpUiat tar
invoice has been filed amhtit jo*
and you are re.juh.-d to aarffe a cajf'-
of your Anawei or Iteadlna to ta
Hill of Complalnl on the Pbmtlffl
Attorney. HENRY M SSKNB.U'S,
1W4I Sevlsild Rulldlng, Miiinl. IVf-
Ida, and file the nrlarnal kntwnM
Hlea.linx In the Office "( lh Cla*,
of the Circuit Court nn or ta-tora tav'
:'lh day of De. i If Mi
fall to do an. Jiidrni. i-: In default all
be taken against you for the r*Ba
demanded In the Hill "' fomulalnt.
Jtated this Mh il.i> ..f Xov*ma|
B i.i:\TiiKiUi.\X. |
Clerk, Circuit Coart,
Dade i nty, Fl-rula. I
B] W5I VV ST'n'K.Vi
Deput) i'
HENRY Nl'SSENHAI M
Attorney for llalntiff
1041 Sevliold lliiililini;
Mlaml, Florida.
IL' :,-12-If-M
kM*S*e-5lfc^"
WOLPERT FURNITURE Ca
I 200 C ORAL WAV
AT "F IVI POINTS'

Una Avenue.
roajtater said
the Circuit Court
Kl,.il.la.
IIARISY I. GRCBER
II I 11-11 2t RBBBCCA ORUBER
Miami lleach. intend to
name with the Clerk of
of I Mile County.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_, NAME LAW
Notice is HEREHY GIVEN that
IIM underaigBad, d.-snina to mpn In
l'l T"u ,.,."',' '*" "clRlooa name of
wJI L- M.OT"UH "'"" '"'' >
r.agler Street Miami. Florida.
EDWARD K tI y u v w v
ii isVi-TO bbckeSman
Attoi ii,> r,,r i ra n, r
JJO Lincoln Road
.Miami lleach. Fl.ilda
II I-1Z-I>M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM{
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I"
AND FOR DADE COUNT'.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY-
NO 1M862
ROHKRT ALEXANHKR
BANNBRMAN. IM, Intiff.
VB.
IMiROTHY MARIAN
BANNERMA.V. I" r'_
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: DOROTHY MARIAN
BANNERMA.V vmlani
.- .. Mack
Tel Seventh Avri t
N,m York. N. 'i
You. DOROTHY MaM*H
NKK.MAN, are hi .,Mia
Hill of domplalnl I W
been filed ait ilnal ".\0
required to IV"
ter. ii' ,.
in.-nt by d*:;,
\i .r:.
f NoveaaaSJ
I., do a... Judsm. ii' ..,, M
he taken aealn-t you fol tne
demanded In the lid
i.i.vi: vsi' tRl>KRl '.' .'.
Florida, thla 2-th da)
last
f:
It. LEATHER***
Clerk. Cli
Dade Ci
.Circuit Court BaaR R ... j,.
Deput j ''",.,.
KOVNER MANNIMI^-R
IL'u I-lm-oln Road
Miami lleach. Florida
IS/l-II-lf-K
NOT,CE nuanm>irl;w=tit'ou
n iiu-
Oourt

BM BET Wti'.i--
Attorneyi -,, Applicant
M3GUST BRO.S nw*
TrTENTIOM ATTORNEYS'
CORPORATiON OUTFIT*
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Coil the JEWISH FLOWDIAN at
2-43
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j-pjDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
vuTICE !S HEREBY QIVEN that
N ,i, gned, .1. siring to engage in
under the fictitious name i.f
:, "(, ,i LA i-.i.K MOTEL, 10040
A'-*' ,,!,' H ,bor Drive. Town ol
IVesi
alands, I ..rltlu.
me with tli.
intend
Cl.-rk
!R~cwSrl"W County,
MI.IIAEL I>. LOFT
1.i:\ll I.AYTON
SAME I.AYTON
MANNHEIMEB
Applicants
voVNER '
Road
,-, ... no Ida
M
, II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NO NAME LAW .
v.iTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, ae.sUt.n I. desiring t" engage In
under the fictitious name of
., s at 294 Miracle Mil.-. Coal
' &. .intenda to register said
wUn the Clerk ..f the Circuit
.,;,.,( Dade County, Blorl'la.
t-urt of 1 HENRY GROUDAN
,j I9-S4 l/2- ^___ ______
Jewis* IkrHi,r
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF *PPyCAT,ON
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A-i#044
vuTlii: IS IIKRKBY GIVEN that
NATHANIEL W. BIBQBL. holder of
Town "' -v""h ->aml Tax s?'e c'r'
' -i...i.. No 1170, Issued mi the eec-
_ ,, September. All; 1929. ha.
*,'...,, mm* I" "H office, and haa made
:,',. on for a tax deed to be Isau-
'!.! Bald Cartlflcata udmoM
,,. following oaacrlbed property in
0*1 Dade, state of Florida,
r,r a is, Btoek 2. VWtartf
Highlands, Becond Addition, Mat
- Page 109, lying and being
he Town of North Miami,
.., Dade, State of Horlrtn.
i-|. ,, lament >.f said property
i ertlfloata wag f" we
f: I'nknown
-,i,i certificate "hall be re-
rdlni to law, th. u
I hi rein "ill be Bold to the
. hlddel at th,. Curt House
, rii -I Monday In tM month
,. February, IMS. "huh is the -"'I
I 11 ''' ._
I, d thi' ITtta day Of I >.-. .-riilx-r.
i: it i.ka THERMAN,
Clerk "f Circuit Cojnrt,
. County, Wofida.
' ,:: g V BTERRETT.
Deputy Clark
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acti of 1941
File A-17635
\iiT1CI-: is HEREBY UIVEN that
\\TH.\NIHL \V. SI EG EL. h"i
:' mii ..f North Miami Tax Bale Cer-
So l^'_\ issued th.- 7th day
of June, A I' IMS, has filed MOM In
rice, and ii.i" ntada application
1 .i t.i\ deed to he Issued thereon.
.-,,,.i ortlfleate embracee the follow-
: i,i-,1 property In the County
. Dade, Stale of liorlda, to-wlt:
,v S, Itl.M-k 21. Eulfoi.1
Highlands, Becond Addn., Section
; Township 52 South, Range 42
|'iai Book I. PaM i:<. in tne
of North Miami, County of
Dade, Stale of Florida.
Tl,. in. at of aald property
i,l certificate waa In the
,n.....f Win. Mi-Arthur.
raid certificate shall iM rj-
. bo online; to law. the property
... lied herein will be aold to the
bidder at the Court House
.. flral Monday In the month
. Pel lary, IMS, which Is the 2nd
.: i'. i nary, 19j3.
fi led tliis 17th day of December.
i: B. LEATHER.MAN.
. 1. ik of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
Court s. .iii
]:. s c. BTERRETT,
Deputy Clerk
1-1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Aett of 1941
File A-17645
is HEREBY GIVEN that
. I. VV SI EG EL, h U l
S'orth Miami Tax Bale C, i -
mbered 1S81 and 1282, li -
Third .lay of September, A.D
d ra..... in my office, and
;inplicatfton for a tax dee I
I I thereon. Said corjlfi-
' embrace the fol!..wliiK described
In th.- c.ainty of Dad.-. Mate
c Florida, to wit:
]' 23 *. 24, Block 26, Fulford
II -hl.iii.lv, Becond Addition. I'lal
f!.k s. Pace 103. l>-lnar and being
' th. Town of North Miami.
' "f Dade, State of Horlda.
unbraced In Certificate No
--' The a.vseaament of aald
..... under the aald rerttfl-
-sue.l waa In the name of
i nknown.
" to 2.". incl.. Block 2. Ful-
[''I HlKhlanda. Second Addition,
Mat Hook s, |'ae 103. lying- and
whig in the Town of North Mi-
l-ounty of Dade. State of
rinrlda, aa embraced In Certlfl-
l-'-'. The aaseaament of
raid property under the aald cer-
! : If sued was In the name
"; i nknon n,
aid certlflcatea ahall be re-
.....rdlng to law. the prap-
m I,'"""1 herein will be aold to
In ladder at the Court Moune
""'['" Hie first Monday In the month
V.D. ISSS, which la the
,' ; of i ebnuarr, A D. INS.
- 17th day of December.
1 li I.KATHKr.XIA.V.
'I.rk. circuit Court.
(PI, ""! County, Florida.
11 I t Seal)
1 N" C, BTERRETT,
. Bemjti Clert
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
\.,ii,,. NA"4E LAW
">' i.i.l 'S J'KREBY GIVEN that
I. dealrtns t.. enKae.e In
"MAI i ,..*;'.."" fletltloua name of
Wlt|.r A1MH BUREAU, at S W
'ter ', '"' M'ml. intend to re-
,h' <',?': n?m" w,,h he Clerk of
luurid, "urt ot ade County.
UOUM KBOLi,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEAVNEnNTcHrvDJUS'CIAL CIRCUIT^
P,nJ,S+ ?ADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA l\ CHANCERY
, No. 153749-C
mux v DVOGAN, Plaintiff
Mami:i. DBGGAN, Defendant
To^l'^.T.T.^HCAT.ON
-"": K Mi i utreel
' 'hattanoova, i .
.i ,' ,.V.t,:- tfKRKBY NOTIPII li
thai a l.ii. of C :
R* ....." filed agalnal you In th.
;''"\....."tli i i mi-, and you ar
in rebj required to -. rve ., cons ,,
naw. to th. Hill of c:
on I-lalntiffs attorney, and I
original in the offl.....f ti .
;;; ''." '< n ... i,.f,.. ,h,
a Decree Pro I onfeaeo will i .
against you.
Th.- notice ahall in- published once
!''"'!!.,w.Vk '"."'..'"'" 'onueeutlv. week
In Tlll-J ntWfSH F'LORJDIAN
Dat.-.l at Miami. Florida, this 11th
day of December, w;
i:. li UEATHEBMAN,
' "' ''ln'"" (*"uvt
By: K, QRBEN
__ l>e|iuty CleiK
BERNARD B. llANDDEIt
Attorney for Flaintlfr
lot Incrnham lluildiiiK
Miami, liorlda
12/19-2* 1/2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 29248-B
! Ri ESTATE OF
ADoi.i-h A KNcki.. Deceased
To All Creditors an.I All Peraons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Bald Batata:
You, and eai li of. you. a.re hereks
notified and required to present any
Claims and demands which you, or
either of you, mm have ngalnat the
estate of AD'u.I'll a i:.\.;i:i. de-
: late of I >ade Count}. S3oi Ida,
tO the Hotl r hie 1'i.ill l\ .1 ;,l^, ,.f
Dade County, and file the same in
tluli office in the Count) Courthouse
in Dade Count) Florida, within elg l
calendar months from the date ..f the
flral public iti.ui li.;. ol Said
or demands to contain the legal ad-
of il.....lalmanl and
to ami present. .1 ..- ifoi said,
sin' will b< barred.
Date l a-, ember l... s 11
LILLIAN ODZ
As Admli Istratrlx Cum
T, utamento Ann. xo ..f the
ito of
ADuM'H A. ENGEL,
11. .
GEORGE J. TALIANOF r, ESQ
Attorney for Admlnlatratrlx
12 19-38
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B"
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. MacCLCRE
\
JIANITA DeZAMORA MacCLCRE
. n Gloria Davidson
Naval Itaae, South Carolina
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Jiianita DeZamora MacClure
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Invoice h.o. I.een
filed ngalnat yiw, and you are re-
quired to sen., tl cony of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to th-- Mill of Coin-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
STEPHEN F. KESHLEB. 4 8.W. nd
Avenue, Miami, and file the oiiu-
Inal Answer or Pleading in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19th day of January.
IMS. if you fail to do so, judgment
l.v default will be taken agalnal you
for the relief demanded in the Mill of
Complaint.
Thla notice shall he published once
each w.-ek for f.".n consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN.
>( iNK AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this ISth daj of December,
a B. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, C t Co irt,
1 iiolc 'oiirit.. I*." .i.i
(Circuit c,,u: t Beal)
B) \VM W. BTOCKQIG
I i Clerk
12 19-M .
NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I-' IIBKEIIY GIVEN I at
the un.i. i sign. :. d. ih Ins
s unde the fli tltlous name of
Ml \.MI IX.- EC I'!' IDE BI'PPLY, al
si;, North! I si l-is: Street, M an i
Florida, int.n.l to I. gist, r said name
with the Clerk of tbe ''<-
of Dade County, r lorl.la
EDGAR bow en
ARTHUR I. HIE8TAND
Own< -
JDIIN 0 THOMAS
32 Glrnl.ln Ave Coral GaUee, I ,
Attorney for Miami Insecticide huppl)
12'19-ia 1 2-9 _____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 155120
MILTON KANTROw, Plaintiff,
GLS8IE KANTROW' Ilefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IIISSIIO KANTROW
c/o Philip Safran
3943 Hedford Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed agalnal you, nn.l you are re-
quired I.....rv< a ...ol MWjr ana
,!., ,,, Pleading to the Mill of < om-
ptalnt on the plaintiffs' Attorne)
&YBRK HBIMAN A. KAPU^
Beybol I I'.u Unr. Mlar, I
and fli, th. inawei or Plead-
Ing in the ofl......' the krk of the
circuit com.....i l",,"- ";",,
oa) of Janui ry. 1J5S IJ rwi tall "
lodgment by default will be
taken again t you for the relief d<
mm.led In the Mill of < omplalnl
fi no,:. rtall be publlahedI once
each week for I ,"'*''. "" K
in THE ll'W IB1 Fl "Kill ^N
I. .NC ANI' ORDERED .( M
PI.....la. this 10th day of December.
A" "5: | B I.KATIIMUMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dude County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal^. ^.^
Deputy Clerk.
MTERfl. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneya for PJaJntlff
gau Seybeld BolMlna
MaunL FJorlda
1I/1I-19-SS Ut
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Vl .,......NAME LAW
!WKJ RES
tvenui
or Dade Co
' "HAHLES I URM \\
JTANLEYM !ffi "
12/12-19-21
LEGAL NOTICE
II.line ,.
S.....'.
.'.
name
NOTICE UNDMl pjct.t.ou.
S1 '.' '
aTAT10^!\,^,7^S,afSs.hBl!
''r'";, ""..'' -ejlater said name
ofXae'co^n^'Florl Cw
BIDNBY ASPLEB
RVS-U.lf,2t,ACK "'NKBtBTEIN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOT1CK ls HEREBY GIVEN that !
thei unBeralgned, desiring to engage in
RniieSvSnr5r '.'"' rl?tllo<" "am. ol
BOILEVARD TELEVISION CBN-
rBR, al !:.-: N W tm. Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, Intend to register said
nan,.- with th, clerk of the circuit
1 ol I ..... c.....,ty, Florida
RAYMl INI i C Ol IRINQ
DAVID DRt-c'KE-k'28 ^^
Attoi ii. foi Ra) in..ml .' i",(.iimr
and Charli l:. Miller
"i Ingraham itidg.
FIs
12/12-19-26 1 2
IN THFT'rf:c,rB,T1TPUBl-,CAT|ON
"t I HE CIRC'J T COURT nc Tuc
LFLor?.na i!iDi?'AL "rcu.7of
^CO^y'.^^^HANCE^Y^
WILLIAM MAURICE LeJCEZ,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE""'1
TOt WILLIAM XIArlllS^LeJUEZ
Avenue
N.w iork, New York
^ W1LLI \\l MACRICE LeJUBS
fled thai :, Bill at
or i". id
, on the
|'V, i i .it. :k i th
.',"",';' rlginal
' Ihi office of
' Court on or
fall to do so, Judgment by de-
' iken against you for
demanded In the BUI of
Th,s notice shall be published onee
In THE .11.wish i LORIDUN
VI ,'u '' A?11' ORDERED at Miami.
Vi'l .';- :;ri1 day "f '.....'"'"'
E B, LEATHERMAN,
1 lerk, Circuit Court,
"oie County, Florida.
(i In tilt C
By l; ii. RICE, Jit.
Deputy Clerk.
0EORGE .1 TALUNOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
tin I,ii. oln Road
Miami I'.e.i, ii. rknida
12 .'i-i:'-!'.-:,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business ui di i the I ctltlous name ol
FOAM FAIR RUBBER PRODUCTS,
.it ... Bis. aj nc Boulevard, M
Dade County, Florida, intends to
ster said name with th. CIi :. ol
the Circull Court of Dade County
LOUIS ZBL.LER
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE
Attorney ).,: Louis /.. Her
120 Lincoln Road
Mian i Be n h, I
12 5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 155012
MAl'.Y DeFILlFPlB, Plaintiff,
JACK D. I'll.II PIS, D. fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JACK D. FILIPPIS
!:. ..leu. rnkn w n
Ye i, JACK DeFILIPPIS, ire I
notified that .. Miil of Complaint for
: has I..' :. !;' 'I .1-1 Ini I
ami vi.ii are requln ; ve a i ny
ol youi Ai. a : oi Pleading lu the
Mill of Complaint nn the plaintiffs
All.in,,;. GEORGE .1 TALIANOl F,
(2u Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file tl.....rlginal Answer or
ng in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
r.th day of January, 1933 if you fall
t., do's.,, judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the BUI ol Complaint
This notice shall be publlahed once
each week for foui consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, th:- 5th da) of December,
A D. 1952
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court.
; d< .'..lint.'.. Florida,
(Circa:: Co I Seal)
B> l:. li RICE, .ii:
: eput) Clerk
GEl IRI IE I TALIANl IFF
for 1'lnlntlff
4:'" Lin. i: id
m Florida
1 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
Ne -34997
MATILDA GATANIO, Plaintiff,
1 ICK tlATANIO, 1*1 '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
U'K GATANIO
I Bui I
\. ., Yi k I'll) New York
I'l E \si' T VKE SI ITICB thai
for dlvorci ha been bro ghl against
. th. abovi styled cam and you
equlrvd to file )-oui Ans* i tain
th,- Clerk of said C
lh. reol n the Plaintiff"* A -
. JOSEPH FARDO, ;;; Seybold
Miami. Fin on r before Jan-
Pro Con-
!. tared agataai you,
"'"ll "I-"!. 'u^TliKKMAX.
Clerk of the Cln all Court
(CIRCUIT rOURT SEAL)
]:. M C GREEN,
I .. uuty Clerk
|J 12-19-36 1/2 ______________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 154968
CLAIRE GREENSPAN, Plaintiff
vs,
DAVID GREENSPAN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DAVID GREENSPAN
2ll Bolton Btreei
Broi i ". New Y..ik.
Y..I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that .. Bill of Complain) foi DI
has i..... filed ;"-...u-t you In the
above ntltled < it uae and yi u are
la-:. i.. re., di ad Kerve n copy of
your Anawi to the Mill ..f Complaint
..a ti. Pis ntlfl [torn. and fli.
the orlg n .1 In i1 e offl. th. Clerk
of the Circuit i
..th. r-
i i I i Conf. o
enteri
Tins notice shall he published
itlv.
in THE JEWISH I- la IRI1 HAN.
Dated at Miai lh is 4 tli
day ol I......ui--. I j
K l: LEATHERMAN,
.
By \YM w fcTOCKING,
Depnt) cierk
PALL IT, 8IL\ i.i: & ML'LLOY
Attorneys for I'h.lntitf
804 Ingni ha n Bull
Miami. II." la
12 12-19-26 1 :'
IN ,mH5m"NTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
, No. 29218.B
In Ri : ESTATE OF
. .,r*S-T!SE T0 CREDITORS
io All ( redltors and All Persons Rav-
ing. ',!'':i!,s ": Demands Ag
Hi Id Estate:
You, and ai h of you, :,i hi
. ana required to present any
and demands which you, or
either o you. may have against thi
estate ol OWEN CUNNINGHAM, de-
i late of Passalc County, New
Jersey, to the Hon. County Judges of
Da-da i oiinty. and fn.. ifie same in
their offices In the County Court-
la i ii Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
Of the first publication hereof. Said
01 il. mnmls Io contain the
I the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as ut......
said, or same w.ll be barred. S.-i
Section 120 of the m::;', Probate A. i.
Date December :. ad. r..:,-'
s, LEON KAPLAN
As Ancillary Administrator

OWEN CUNNINGHAM,
..... Deceased.
Ml EKS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneya for Ancillary Administrator
IM Seybold Building
Miami, Fli
12 I2-I9-2H 1 '2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN,NMAEND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28240 B
In Re ESTATE OF
MXX1M HEItSllEY. P. r->? NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 To UI C edlto and All Persons ""-
ini 'I..1I! '
Eatat ,.,..,
You
iHonPBANK
''"- '" ','"' I,"". in the
....... 'r'-il'i'uvKTr'n.iT,.-
U executor of the Laat Will
and Testament of
MAXIM HK.lsllKY)o.(,ase ROTH AND FAMER
Attorneys for Katate or
Maxim Hershey
412 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
12/12-i- l/
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 29102-B
in R. i:st.\ti; .ia.'K A. AMI.IN". Deceased
To All credit,,is and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Igalnsl Said
Esl
You. ami each of you, are hi rebj
.i i .| required to uresent an)
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may hi st the
. ntati ol J VCK A ABLIN, .1. asi il
late of Col.- .'.unity. Florida, to the
1 rhble County Judges ol Dade
. 'nunt). and file thi sann In i he r of-
fice m the Counl Use in da>.i.
County, rlorlda, within elghl calen-
dar months from thi .late of the
first publication hi ri I Said claims
, i demands to contain the 1. gal ad-
nanl and to bi
. ii I! led.
Dal I. A.D
FV v ABLIN
tlKOlttiK .1. TALIANOFF
SARD \
\. EJfl !.:; th. -'
Will an i i ol
.1 ICK \ ABLIN, !'
flKi RGB J TALIANOFF

Miami tli .i h I la.
-'
IN THE c:rcuit court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 155041
LETT1E D CAPODANNO, Plaintiff
QAETANO vv CAPODANNO,
i'. ndant
to GAETANO W, CAPODANNO
H, (idem a I'nkiiown
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. GAETANO JT. CAPODANNO.
are hereby not fa i that a Bill of
Complaint for Brvurce has Been filed
5i you, and you are r.-.iuued
, Mrve a copy of your Anawer or
jleadiBE to the Pail of C-niplai.it on
the plainti'ts Attorney, .HENRI
\i t-'SKNMAl'M. HM1 Seybold l.ui d-
Mhiml, I'l.'Hda. and file the orlg-
I,,a answer or Pleading 111 the Of-
I ,., ,!,. Circuit curt
,, oj before the nth day f .lam....-.-
itss if von fail f do bo, Judgment
win i. tn k.n against you
,,-. .. lemanded In the Bill
m day of December.
1951 r i: LEATHERMAN .
By WM. W STOCKING
Clerk
XrSSENBAUM
for Plaintiff
.. peybold Bu
Florida
ui I Hb tlKCUif COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154962
ELI8E MATER, Plaintiff,
VS
ROBERT siIiNEY MAYER,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Mi: ROBERT BIDNBY MAYEB
1910 south shore Drive
Chicago. Illinois
You aie required to serve a cop)
of your anawer to the Bill of Com-
piaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, and to file the original ans-
wer in the office of the clerk of the
Circuit Courron or before the 5th da)
of January, I9S3: otherwise the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
tiled herein, will be taken as c.n-
f. used by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this Ith
day "f December, 1952.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Conn
fSeal)
My: M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
MICHAEL M. ISENBEBG
Attorney for Plaintiff
101 Blsi ,n ii- Building
Miami. Florida
I3.12-W-26 1/2______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
s under the fictitious name ol
STERN BROS., at vs".l Byron Avenue.
Miami Beach, Florida, Intenda to reg-
ister said inline with the ( lerk 01
the cin at Court ol Dade Count>.
'' DANIEL STKRN
Sole Proprietor
GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF
Attorney for Petitioner
[ 120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
! ]! 12-19-21 1/1 ^^____-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalg.....I, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
CAMPUS MUSIC MART at B81B
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables W.
i ., intend to register aald name
iv ill, the eierk of the circuit ( ourt
, Dade County, Florida. ____
ItuMEKT STRASSBJ R0
KATHMYN STRASfeURG
12 19-21 1/8-9 _________m___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
busineas under ";vW!i'""s1"vn'JN
RCIL'LBV VRD HI -i:\ I' E Bl A ll".N.
ai 944 Blacayne Blvd., Miami, Intend*
said name .th th.- -.k.
:,., oi Dade i 11nt>.
SAM ROBBINS
STEPHEN F KESSLEB
nej foi Appllcanl
I h -"- d Avi nue
12 19-21 I 2-9 ._____________
HENRY
N0T,CE l NDER FICTITIOUS
none. isNH^K^BAYWGrvBN .i -
he undersigned, desiring to engage \n
A^SVoh.Itfcg
gStl. Miami, hltend to ir.-g.ate.
MANUEL BRODER
SEYMOUR A. GOPMAN
Vttorney for Applicants
235 Lincoln Road
12 U-19-26 1 -
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The i-wiih norldlcm
Kdta TOr nttc,-u
W opprwcl potronaqa and auaran-
Ua cKCWot* gerriog legal ralea. Phone 2-1141
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