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The Jewish Floridian ( January 2, 1953 )

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be\wiislb.JEIb!Pid!iigup Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY :LUME 27—Number 1 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 2. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS McCarran Act Will Serve To )ivide America's Citizenry, Says Washington News Chief By MILTQN FRIEDMAN (JTA Washington Bureau Chief) WASHINGTON (JTA)—For the first time in the history of the United States. American citizens have en divided into two categories as a result of the legal distinctions between native-born and natural *d Americans contained in the McCarran Walter Immigration Act which entered into force on December 4th. m The new immigration act virtually closes the glorious chapter of Jewish immigration to the United te>. While opening the doors wide to former Nazis, the new law makes admission to this country ractically impossible for Jews and others born in countries which have a small immigration quota. The limitation quotas of some of these countries have been "mortgaged" for as many as 50 to 60 years to lake up for the 300.000 DP's admitted into the United States during e lat three year*. The new immigration law described as "America's first NuremTL Law" and condemned by President Truman as "racial" is condtrcd by Jewish organizations to be potentially dangerous to Jews muse its complex provisions include such innovations as accepting e findings cf Nazi courts. President Truman, in his overridden veto. scribed it as fraught with dangers to minorities and warned that enactment would substitute "totalitarian vengeance for democratic rtice." The law provides for exDefeat May Mean End Of UN Issue usion, denaturalization. and deflation on vague and flimsy Bri'iind. Second Class Citizens Senator Herbert H. Lehman, who [ %  <: the Senate fight against the said it would make "second lass citizens" out of America's 8.(Ki.000 naturalized residents and -uld jeopardst* the 3.500.090 liens in this country. Sweeping aritrary powers are given to immigration authorities who can take ction unilaterally in many cases l/here there is no democratic proIsion guaranteeing any right to talitarian party." rank and file members who voluntarily joined Nazi and other Fascist movements are considered acceptable immigrants. Communists are rigidlybarred, but vital differences beween liberals and "fellow-traveller!" are not rlerlv defined. The new law will give an oppor Bond Heads Knit Rift With Israel tunity to enter the United States to 4.000 Germans whose records as I rea | Government has had the op JERUSALEM (JTA) — The top leaders of the Israel Bond Drive in the United States left for New York following their withdrawal here this week-end of the resignations from the leadership of the drive which they recently offered to the Israel Government. An agreement between them and Premier David Ben-Gurion was sinned at the latter's home to eliminate differences over working methods which precipitated the resignations. A statement issued by the government here declared that the IsNazis were so bad they were pre• portunity to meet the bond drive viously refused admission. US con-j leaders to discuss common probsular officials at Frankfurt have, | erns an( j -the meeting ended to ppeal or even to a hearing. The' already estimated that at least two-jt ne satisfaction of all concerned." eamn was described as a "se-j thirds of these applications may jt sa jd the government was glad irtty" safeguard, but critics have be approved. It is also considered | 0 f the opportunity "to express kened it to the type of "security" j likely that many Nazis who did not apply for visas before because thev knew they would not be adptcticed by the Soviet Union. During Congressional debate, noprious anti Semites took a vigorl part in fighting for the passage the Act Special consideration nr the admission of Nazis to Am Irica was included in the Act. Controll accepted McCarran's view anew their confidence" in the five men who had resigned — Henry Morgenthau, Henry Montor. Julian mitted may now apply. These inVenetzky. Rudolf Sonneborn and elude such elevents as former Gestapo men and SS troops. Germany is also favored in the act's "quota" system which gives Germany a vastily larger quota than the hat extreme right-wing groups do French. Italians, or other nationt constitute any threat to this naalities which suffered at the hands n By a new definition of "to-1 of the Germans. ^^^^^^^^ %  eds Flay Zionism In Official Directive NEW YORK (JTA)—In a report from Moscow passed by the Soviet tensor, the New York Times revealed last week that the Communist i> had issued instructions to its political workers and propagandists define Zionism as "a reactionary nationalist trend of the Jwlsth geoiaie" that acts as "a faithful agency of American imperialism" engages in "carrying out espionage and subversive activities, for United States in*. Samuel Rothberg — and stressed that responsibility for working out plans for bond sales was placed on the American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel, which conducts the sale of bonds in the United States. TEL AVIV (JTA)—Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett has issued a new warming to the Western Powers against the continued shipment of arms to the Arab states, especially Egypt. Speaking to a press conference here, the Foreign Minister objected to the flow of western weapons, including jet planes, to the Arab states. He pointed out that with the Arab states still clearly hostile to Israel and with their economic boycott of the Jewish State still in effect, the supply of such amis was a threat to Israel's security. He also pointed out that the situation contributed to the danger of regional and world conflict. Mr. Sharett's warning was considered particularly significant, coming as it did on the heels of a conference in the Egyptian capital by the representatives of the Arab league states on the recent United Nations debate of a proposal to ask the Arabs and Isral to enter into direct peace talks. The Cair radio reported that the Arab League had condemned the "mere idea of an invitation to the Arabs to negotiate with the Israelis." The announcer said that the Arab League had also expressed the hope that "there will be no repetition of these at tempts." Eban Says Talks Prove "Success" NEW YORK (JTA)-The political defeats suffered by the Arab states at the United Nations General Assembly session which just concluded may well mean the end of the perennial Arab attempt to place the Palestine issue before the United, Nations. Abba Eban. Israel's chief delegate to the UN, declared here this week in a review of developments there. Mr. Eban told a press conference that though the resolution calling for direct peace talks between the Israelis and the Arabs had been defeated, the debate in committee and the fact of the situation had "created a great volume of opinion for direct settlement." He added that the "vacuum created by UN inaction" is evpected to be filled bv the powers interested in the Middle East He also expressed the opinion | that on the who'e the UN session • could be termed 'successful from Israel's point of view" despite the I defeat of the direct talks proposal. | rfe noted that the fate of thi* resolution was of less sfgnrflcern-c • i %  Israel than the defeat of a Philip| pine resolution which would have again placed the UN on record as 1 favoring the internationalization of Jerusalem. The Arab attempt at raisin' th'> %  internationalization issue was a I failure, he said, "asserting that the i general sentiment in the DM was | to find an effective way of securj ing accessibility to the Holy Places. I There was also a wave of opinion in the UN. he stressed, for resetI tling the Arab refugees in the j Arab countries Speaking of Israel's tactics in the UN vis-a-vis the Arabs, he said that Israel had originally plann< 1 I to remain on the defensive Leaders Will Map CJA Campaign benefit of %  alists." he definition was published in ..tors Notebook, a bi-weekly • ;ih!et of the Communist Party -ied primarily for political workand containing authoritative i nts of the party position on tions of the day. The state serve as a text for some 45.1 ommunist Party political rkera active in the Moscow re according to figures present nth at a plenary meeting the Moscow City Party Organ ation, toe dispatch said. The comment on Zionism was in | .:cil by the treason trial in Pfa ue of Rudolf Slansky and thirothers. reports of which were in considerable detail ii. Soviet pre*.* The slgniftcano .niment on Zionfsn lay no^ of the Zionist fiuveiuent. stcce the Communut Party has always been strongly opposed to Zionism but in. its firm identification of Zionism with United States: imperialism" and "subversion," the Moscow correspondent pointed out. Agitators Notebook declared that "after the formation of the State of Israel in 1948. Zionists who seized power there were trans forming the country into an American military base,-a stronghold of reaction in the Near East." It added that Soviet policy firmly dls i in. manifestations of anting Hie part of the Soviet populace. At th. same time, it is equallv oppoocd ti> an> manifestations i>i !• wish nationalism." The |*. i:ion ifiat its aim is iltinatioaaJ state. • which !ews. like bay 'ther group, have a proper and eorrert place tr Notebook said. Three internationally known, Jewish personalities will meet with Onilty Miami Jewish Federation! leaders this week to discuss the forthcoming 1953 Combined Jew-, ish Appeal, it has been announced by Howard Kane. CJA general chairman. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, execu tive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, Ellis Radinsky, executive director of the United i Israel Appeal, and Sol Luckman, outstanding American Jewish communal leader, will confer with Greater Miami campaign leaders briefly stopping here on their tour of major cities in this part of the United States. Dr. Schwartz has been a key figure in shaping the historic mass migration of more than a half million Jewish men. women and children from distressed areas of Europe to Israel, the United Stairs and other free lands. An mtcrna tional authority on refugee problems. Dr. Schwartz, as director general of the Joint Distribution Committee, supervised urgent relief and welfare programs in more than 30 countries involving some 1,000,000 people. He has personally conferred with the heads of virtually every Continued on Po 3 A Wr^ SB 1 1 %  Bh i jHh ] 1 Hi' ; L-^J > ; i 1 EMU Rooms* y Dr. Joseph Schwartz Sol Luckmon



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PAGE 2 A vjenist ftorkUan FRIDAY. JANUARY 2, WIU SETTING ill 8t SCENE OF HMD The Greater Miami Hebrew Acad smy will mark the completion ve years of service to the Jewish community Sunday night when it holds it Fifth Annual Dinner at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The laraest crowd in the history of the i • •.: already has been insured, actig to diaries Fruchtman. chairman of the Dinner Committee An unprecedented demand for seats made the move of the dinner the Auditorium a necessity. Fruchtman said. With sales alreadj beyond last year's, new impetus was added to the affair Wednes day with the announcement that world-renowned Cantor Moshe Kusevitsky will perform at the dinner. Known throughout the world as the Warsaw Canter. Kusevitaky has been acclaimed by music critics as one of the outstanding singers iturgical music More than 500 persons will attend the dinner, which is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Annually a highlight of the South Florcommunity. the catered affair will be presented in a tropical surrounding. The Auditorium will be entirely more lhan 200 palm "wh h will transform the a veritj which will %  %  I SI %  I nizal (land to %  nition %  ntry." Letters saluting the And' to accompany the show. A reception will precede the dinner. Dr. Andron said. The Annual Pictorial Journal issued by the Hebrew Academy Women in conjunction with the dinner will be distributed Sunday night Tb" iournal. largest in the si h J's history, will compete for typographic honors for the third straight year Mrs David S. Andron. chairman of the Journal Committee. >aluted her fellow workerat a victory tea at the Victor Hotel Tuesdaj a fti rnoi n The meeting followed a special session of the Dinner Committee at the Shoremede Hotel Monday night. Rabbi Alexander S. Cross, principal oi the Academy, and Mrs. Bertha Goldberg, registrar, said that additional reservations for the dinner may still be made by calling 58-4641 As in the past, there will IKno solicitation of funds at the Dinner. Chairman Fruchtman said achievementhave been received from several Israeli leaders, in eluding Foreign Minister Mo-he Sharett, Min >ti r i I Labor Golda Myerson and Ambassa lor Al ba Eb.in In addition I messages : c ilh ges an v i h it the country have %  %  school n the ti Dr. Da 5. Ai sidenl %  % % %  %  I i rs. for %  ... %  Tw be on hai to pr isic for dancing i J.VF Tribute To Wvizmann Here Mendel N Fisher, national ex ei itive director of the Jewish NaFund, addressed a Weil ial Tribute gathering : Miami Jewry at the Beach Jewish ('enter last ing. • • Moshi hanted im of rcsi the JNF Lehr '.; %  • : ation, 'ing was part of i • • • trees %  %  • n project first : te Dr. t haim Weizn Cutler Opens Office A Budd t'utler announcethe opening of hiown offices for the general practice of law at 1 Lincoln Road Building. Miami Beach. tabbi Honig Dies At tt; Succumbs To Heart Attack Here Rabbi Jacob Honig. spiritual leader of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center, passed away early Tuesday. Death came unexpectedly to the Rabbi who was 40 years old. A resident here for the past four years, he came originally from iluntington. Long Island. New York. Rabbi Honig was a graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion. where he received the Masters degree in Hebrew Letters. He also held the Bachelor of Science degree from Brooklyn College, the College of the City of New York. During World War II. Rabbi Honig served as Chaplain with | the 1'nited States Army, holding) the rank of Major. He is survived by his wife. Ber-| nice; two sons. Barry Hcrsch and' Daniel Isaiah; and three brothers] and one sister. Rabbi Jacob Honig Dora Stein Sisters Will Hear Mrs. Swirsky A Luncheon will be given by the Dora stem Sisterhood of the i I-raelite Center on Wednesday, January 7th. 12 p.m., at the Center Guest speaker "ill be Mrs. She will The Pridaj Evening Spirit. Songs will lb) Mi .. Mrs Sam Zollinger i.( kel i hairman, rTtnon ;n rrmc PARKWAY Retail KOSHER Wholesale 1255 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0968 DAY WORKERS SS & FARE COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1t Ave. Ph. 9-3607 No Charge to Employer 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phcne 5-5419 Entrance or Washington Ave.' OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles — WANTED Members of the Executive Division of the Hebrew Academy Women s Journal Committee who sparkpluaqed this vear's Samuel Ritter, Sidney Ruoinowitz. president, Louis Sussman and Harry Genet Standing are the Mesdcmes Samuel Grand S3 riacobSr ChQiimCn 53 Rackov*;.^ Eye Lecture Outdoor Forum tomorn Dr. Joseph I Paral .tk. T !" 3 pm on


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rwTDAY. IANUARY 2, 19S3 -JeHisKFIrrirU^r, PAGE 3 A Federation Gears For 1953 CJA Campaign Leaders Confer On CJA Strategy Continued from Page 1 A countr> in Europe durin* the past years. In 1945. immediately the wart end in Europe. .,,1/ at the request of i ni Truman, accompanied Harrison on a tour of the i T| persons camps. Radinsky is a leading figure in the nation-wide effort to provide larpe scale voluntary aid to Israel and has just returned from a tour of the new state. In Israel, he immigrant reception cen; work settlements and consulted with top officials, including Crime Minister David BenGurion. Radinsky is a recognized authority in the field of Jewish communal and overseas problems. He has held key positions in a number of national philanthropic organizations. As head of the United Israel Appeal, he has a major role in carrying through programs to help transport immigrants to Israel from critical areas in Eastern Europe and to assist in their integration into the nation's economy. Sol ;.;K krn.in has been a mem bet of the United Jewish Appeal National Campaign Cabinet and wired for many years as president of the Jewish Welfare Fund of Cincinnati, While in Israel, he visited reception camps and saw at first hand the use to which UJA funds are being put in the resettlement and rehabilitationof thousands of destitute families who have been transported to the Jewish state. The Greater Miami area is the first Jewish community in the I'nited States to launch its 1993 -Appeal for funds. The trio will greet CJA Chairman Kane and members of his campaign cabinet during their short stay here. Ca j f n ***** ** ** *** To Aid Area Mn MM o For Loral. Orrrnoa* Aid Sl7 ".J." u 6 W T^ t Re8iden,s Di vion of the Combined Jewish Appeal convene at a recaption m the home of Chairman Charles Fruchtman (center) to plan the DivisSns oartici rS 0 Mn ?h 953 APF T L £"2 Matod Ueft ,0 ri 9 h,) are Io ~P h Che^ner RabirDaviTSha: piro. Max She.nman Arnold Seeder. Fruchtman. David Phillips. Edward Cowen PhU.o ^J^UgHL^Staadfeg (left to right) are J. B. Spund. Jules p P Channing. cZ, off jgyg* y^i^ JfryAfrfc ***** Linick. Harry Aberman Louis Krensky SS^tSSS ^ g f c Ioseph Weidberg Morris KlaM IoM P h EB The Winter Residents Division of the 1953 Combined Jewish Ap peal, meeting at a reception in the home of Chairman Charles Fruchtman earlier this week, heard plans outlined for their annual drive to raise funds for local institutions, Israel, overseas relief and national organizations. The reception was attended by key leaders in the Winter Residents Division, and many new — many workers were enrolled for the forthcoming campaign. Emphasizing the need for participation in the fund drive by all Greater Miami residents, Stanley C. Myers, a former campaign chairman and high official with the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, pointed out reasons why winter residents should assume responsibility in the welfare services of this area. "The fate of Jewish destiny in the Middle East —is actually guided by your generosity in your local community," Myers stated. "Those of you who own homes, pay taxes, send your children to local schools and enjoy the benefits of our community institutions have a responsibility to help build and unify our Jewish communal life. "By participating in the 1958 Combined Jewish Appeal, with its broad program of services to manabroad—inlsrael. in Europe and | kind, you make your contribution to Jewish life in its totality," Myers said. Pointing out that the Jewish community had grown from 9.000 persons in 1939. to more than 50,000 in 1953, Myers urged the Winter Residents group to keep pace with this growth and to participate wholeheartedly in the fund Africa and Israel was described by Philip Isaacs who recently returned from an extensive trip there. Fruchtman announced that the following veteran campaigners would occupy the posts of co-chairmen in the forthcoming campaign : Ed Cowen, Lou Goldman, David Phillips. Arnold Seeder and Gus Trau. Morris Klass. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, local agency which conducts the annual Combined Jewish Appeal, commended the group of key workers and outlined the function of the Winter Resident* drive which supports a host of lo-1 group in the official kick-off afcal and national agencies in the '•",0 he held Sunday evening. health and welfare field. January 11th. at the Saxony HoThe sum of $82,745 was raised j t el when George Jessel and Senain 1939. as compared with the $1.-1 or v Wavne Mors w > participate ouAAn • %  ,„_ .. in the inaugural function. 250.000 raised in 1952 to meet the „e also commended the streammushrooming needs of the Greater I lined group which last year was Miami area, as well as the expand-1 responsible for raising more than ed relief programs maintained bv j J P* r •"•* of th goal set for the United Jewish Appeal. Myers I ££ b ,he Fe <* !" "<>" Budget ... Committee, pointed out. The plight of Jews in North LOUIS GLASSER WILL HEAD WOMEN'S DIVISION; CULLS WORKERS -Mrs Louis Glasser, prominent civic worker and humanitarian eater, was appointed general chairman of the Women's Division in me 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Announcement of the appointment was madeearlier this week )) Howard Kane, chairman of the annual Appeal. rhe 1953 campaign will be officially launched on Sundav. January 11th. at the reception and at the Saxony Hotel. Mrs Glasser will head the diTO n which achieved a record goal j % % %  ':he 1952 campaign under Ber direction. As president of the ference of Jewish Women's Or hut year, she was re"' for the unprecedented ipation by South Flor' in all walks of life in mbined Jewish Appeal. Women's Division in 1953 1 [relate their program closeoverall campaign." stated at a preliminmeettaf of the Worn er >Gift Unit held in the Fed offices last week. "The Di %  '" sponsor five outstand' '••' 'vents this year, instead ; i eonform with the new treamlining our camWtivittesV 1 Mrs. Glasser exPlained. CaHing key workers into swift action, she organized a planning meeting of the first women's function, the Patrons' Tea, on December 22nd. to map plans for the forthcoming campaign. Named as chairman of the Patrons' Tea was Mrs. Jack Ablin. she will be assisted by co-chairmen Mrs. Joseph Cherner and Mrs. David Phillips. The Patrons Divi%  fflU Tea is scheduled for Tuesday. January 20th. at the home of Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, 5480 North BayRoad. World raBOwn personalities in the fields of entertainment, government, education and religion are being scheduled to appear as truests of honor at the Women's Division events. Mrs. Glasser served as chairman of the Metropolitan Division of the Community Chest last year. Her group was instrumental in contributing to the record goal achieved by the Chest Drive. She was awarded a citation by the National Conference of Christians and Jews for promoting human relations and good will on a national scale and has been active in that organization for many years. She is a member of the United Nations Speakers Bureau and recently served as chairman of an international art exhibit sponsored as part of I'nited Nations Week through the University of Miami and a host of Dade County civic organizations. Mrs. Glasser was national vice president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress and served as secretary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in 1952. She is a vice president of the Mount Sinai Auxiliary, a Board member of the Urban League and has been a member of the Board of every major Jewish organization in the Greater Miami area. Mrs. Glasser is a former school teacher who was graduated from Glasser t I ^ om >in d Jnwinh Appeal Woman's Division meat with Chairman Mrs. Louis Miami I -kS '^ campaign functions. Shown at a gathering in the offices of the Greater A ^na WoH i Federation • ( %  •ened left to right) the Mesdames Baron de Hirsch Mayer. *o riant) .u m ph Ch#rn r Louin Glaaaer. Jack Ablin and Sam Lipton. Standing (rear, left B 'ank LeTr Mesdani Carl Weinkle. France* L Miller. Leon Jacobs. Louis Altschul. Sam beia w if*" 1010 *"Ben Kane. Max OroYit*. David Phillip*. Clam Meyerson. George Gold*• *om Roat and Sam Simonhoff. Retail Store Group Will Meet January 8 Representatives of all business areas in the Retail Stores Division Hunter College, receiving her del a t he Jf" Comb *"d Jewish Ap• peal will meet at a reception in the home of Retail Stores Chairman Aaron Kravitz, 2336 SW 4th Street, on Thursday evening. January 8th. Trades Division Chairman Sam Ileiman has called the organizational meeting for the purpose of establishing a plan for concentrated participation in the annual Appeal by members of the retail stores in the Greater Miami area Aaron Kanner administrative coordinator of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal, will address the group and announce details for the kick-off dinner on Sunday. January 11th. at the Saxonv Hotel Bernard Sterling, 1952 chairman of the Retail Stores Division, will join William Weintraub in enrolling volunteer workers in the coining campaign. "More than 40 separate indu try groups and professions participated in our 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal.'" it was announced byTrades Chairman Ileiman. "There hi I potential of some 1.000 additional trades contril.utors in this group, and it will be the aim of our expanded Trades Division to reach every' retail store so that they may lend their support to oar humanitarian campaign." Mrs. Louis Glasser gree Suinma Cum I.aude. She is also a graduate of Brooklyn Law School. In October. 1950, Mrs. Glasser was selected Tops In Our Town in a county-wide contest to honor the most outstanding Jewish woman in the community. The competition was sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. She has also served as chairman of the Miami Beach Cancer Drive and as president of the Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress. As head of this group, she initiated the idea of ten scholarships in the human relations field. Her husband is real estate man, Louis Glasser, formerly of New Brunswick, New Jersey. Women Mori For CJA Honor Tea An organizational meeting of members of the Women's Division. 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal, was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Samuel Lipton, 6535 Allison Road. The group met to discuss plans for an Honor Tea, a traditional gifts function of the annual fund drive. Mrs. Lipton was assisted by the Mesdames Leonard Barr. George Goldberg and David Levinson.



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Y, JANUARY 2, 1953 -Jewish Hcrk/ia \n PAGE 5A i Wax man S|Nak At iwiiff Fete IChapter. Mizrachi Women, and Mrs. Shay a Okouneff Inllv sponsor a dinner meetIrking the occasion of the Iffa 55th wedding anniver.!' %  evening at the legation. to Sidney Palmer, ( nt and chairman proceeds will go for Hdren's Village in Renanna. pal speaker will be Rabbi \\v ian> spiritual leader |\\. Miami Jewish Center. Goodwill Group Lists New Board Members There will be five new Board members attending the next meeting of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami, on January 8th, 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Sidney Covner. 21 Palermo Avenue, Coral Gables, The following members have been nominated and elected to fill vacancies on the Board. The Mesdames Eva Krohn. Sophie Miller. Lena Nissman. Marcella Silvers and Etta Stotsky auxiliary Is Tag Day Miami Auxiliary' of rish '' %  -nsumptives' Relief vak, f'olorado, held Day in Miami I lay and Tuesday, tea lartera in the Cobb the event will be ,, patii !confined in the tarian Spivak Sanitorium, j lafor those at the Kendall; her. Buh oar local Auxiliary, I helped many TB patients I rn to a life of vital health i %  fulness," Mrs John Lunin,: Louise Chapter Will Hold Games Party The Louise Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will have a Gala Games Party on Wednesday. January 7th. 8 p.m.. at 6145! LaGorce Drive. Part of the proceeds will go to the Louise Water man Wise Youth Foundation in! Israel. In charge of reservations are Dora Koretzky and Gerry Zerler. Gilbert Is Dade Federal igs & Loan ** lose Gilbert, executive secI of Sholem Lodge, B'nai for the past four and a half now associated with the Federal Savings and Loan linn of .Miami, it has been red by Joseph M. Lipton, nt. | Gilbert will be in charge accounts in the new Dade branch office, the Ta-Minch, at 1359 SW 8th Street. Itvth Hariri VI I Mvvtn Monday The regular monthly meeting of Beth David PTA will be held in the Synagogue at 8:30 p.m., on January 5th. Mrs. B. Shreidell. program chairman, will present as theme for this meeting: Music — The Language Of The Soul." Mrs. J. Donnerstag, assisted by the Beth David Student Choir, will interpret the music. Shown in insert (top, right) is Mrs. Ruth Cherner, wife of Israel Exposition Chairman Joseph Cherner, cutting the ribbon which officially opened the Exposition last Sunday as some 3,000 persons congregated at 1604 Washington Avenue, to view the ceremony. Mrs. Cherner uses a pair of Israeli-made scissors. Her husband (right) and Campaign Chairman Joe Rose look on. Below is part of the overwhelming crowd that stormed the doors of the Exposition after the ribbon was officially cut to open the doors. The exhibit will remain here for approximately two months before starting a nationwide tour. tivbrvtr Vvaturv The weekly feature, Hebrew Made Easy, published by The Jewish Floridian has received wide notice here. A steady influx of letters to the newspaper's plant and offices attests to the feature's popularity, according to Fred K. Shochet, Jewish Floridian publisher. Based on a textbook by Miss Shoshana Spector, Hebrew Academy faculty member, the feature constitutes a course aimed at providing the fundamentals of the language as it is now spoken in Israel and is a visual aid for the radio program. Let I's Learn He-1 brew, appearing on Jacob Schach-1 tcr's Jewish Hour over station %  WMBM. Sundays, at 2 p.m. Israelite Center Meet. Memorial The Israelite Center will hold j their regular meeting on Tuesday, January 6th, 8 p.m., at the Center. H£ Morris will preside. At 9 p.m.. Memorial Services, will be held in honor of the late; Dr. Chaim Weizmann. Speakers' will include Morris Aron and Dav-' id Granat. Program chairman is Irving i Sperling. The eulogy will be given by Rabbi Abraham Sachs. The Memorial Prayer will be by Can tor Samuel Salkow Comp e *e *$$£|i Rose Gilbert Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th Si. Phone 9-2477 ICKEN SOUPS Tit VJZVF^^1 c •**<• v'Creamy Smoothness all its own I ^Far Richer Flavor! V^arger Curd I — ** •,-mm t-f mm • Mt mm CAUFORNIA CHEESE P 5M"** 1 WUM. DISTRIBUTORS. IMC. H" MU| St. Miami 37. Flo. Pfcoa* 3-M66 CALIFORNIA STYLE CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE Better Because It's Breakstones'. Miami Offlee 153 \.F. 29th Si.. Phone 82-4731



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PAGE 6 A • $>ttidL J Veiakbeu HELEN ALPEHT Personally Speaking raTOAYjANu^ Everyone interested in the rapidly growing ICAPA is welcomed to the January 11th Sunday afternoon session at Bertha Fosters famed address 1564 Brickell Avenue. The ICAPA is the Inde— ndent Composers, Authors and Publishers Association. This is the group you'l! remember reading about right here, action", as sparkpluq Ben Arnold terms it. It already has placed board member Denise Norwood on WQAM's "Make or Break" Show this week with her Norwegian "Ole-O-Lay-O" — member Nick Grymes was a winner on the same program a few weeks ago YCUNG SET: Arlene Koren's party at her North Meridian Avenue home had the teenagers romping To her thriving Chicago set she added young localites Barbara Weisbrod, Helene Liniado, Renee Molko, Reubin Clein's zestful Mike. Jimm} Steig, Albie and Jerrj (twins Newman, Larrj Alberts, Mike Ungar, Harry Ginsberg, Renee Herman, Steve Ehrlichman. Judy Sal/burki. Barry Sugarman, Paul Bast, Brett Levin, Miriam Tuck. And cithers' COLLEGE CROWD came in batting, too — for Joe Kanter's holiday frolic at the Winterhaven Hotel Roof Garden. The thirfv couples were highlighted by Joe's special cronies from the University of Florida, two being frat (Tau Epsilon Phil brothers Bob Magoon and //.el Mendelsohn. Billy Neison also had a young beauty along, as did Fred Diamond whose steady is Sue Jaffee. Joe's buddies from N.Y.U. were Freddie Sailson, Cy Steiner and Howard Goldaper, TEP trio. And swinging in from the University of Miami came a squad headed by Byron Shudom, Larry Goldstein, Mark Goodman and Arnold Glanti. Joe's favorite lady is Harriet Pathman, Delta Phi Epsilon Icvely pledgee Meanwhile, Martha and Lou Kanter are entertaining their everwelcome visitors from Elkton, Maryland (everybody elopes to there), hemefown for Martha's sister Sylvia married to Judge James Weinrcth. Their smart kids are Joy and Myra. Because the Winterhaven's jammed, the family's stopping at Treasure Isle motel ON THE BEAT: In town is Phil Engelberg, visiting hifolkHe gets higraduate degree in law from Harvard in June. His thesis is beins eagerly .* aited by plenty ol people outside ol the facultj it thi \ ran Act Cornell junior and Sum., Delta Tau is Helene Zucker at the Sovereign with her cousin from Welleslej Nelson Ki.p always irradiateOur Town when he'.in and he is Very special was the invitation to Anton Loeb to please come s.ng at the Hal Pelton's Hibiscus Island fete last Tuesday for the Lighthouse for the Blind, on feevee later that evening. Tony's darn I near an international figure for his Paramount Pictures cartoons end top book illustrations. But few know he packs a gorgeous set of Pipes for | beautiful voice that formerly starred in opera. Daughter Manlynn Loeb went along as deouti,ed soy for this column and reports the aoolause was thunderous! Simon Seiden and Morris Nasatir have considerable in common but this '-me they share something extra the absence of their featured Highlights for a couple of week, To find a fittin, repla men, for Harold Shapiro's "Meet Your Neighbor" on his WINZ Yidd, ect lm"H ?"• T r i. N a,ir %  '•"•"" %  W.I scripts direct from the Israel embassy Director Simon Seiden whose ewish Forum of the Air is a standing WM.E show, is Mm*f cunsel Pra '"' P$ych0l 3 ist vou heard Sunday £ hit TSLfASZSSE ir,ier his c,ion hld b 1 ~+* ISRAEL EXPOSITION: is Juan Amrani, originally a Yemenii.. uk„ nost s child1 with her p.S Sen r!S ^IZnn^VZ V She has a host of fascinatlns itirUii.hi i hel uI -P>ay. Sylvia tJShmfi A J* '^3," f "-> %  item* on; and poUo treatment a, Jackson w7, ', hySI|,J l hnj ^ *eek "This itremendous." she dmted Bu, iSt T^T' Israel is even more tremenous!" Natural v 1 h "" have In stalwart: -.Sure, we know. We" Is' ,| o ud v "Sf* '" ** of your fabulous trwks and dothes t?' RZ !i F rida fashion style, design, fabric, elegance" ecHp!ed ev ybodys in' £S?2fJ2:£ APP P "* bOO. seeing Hebrew ,,„er,n u precision instruments Especiall! on truck and auto tires, medicine exciting was .he show case 0 b 1 ? nr n ""i 7 !" """" E l*ciall Jesc the longest lime. Sent* s^ ,n'"i a '"v h "" 0ver HAPPY h GR EE T,NGr n,< "" ^ ^^ ^ "" '^ HAPPY GREETINGS: Mr and Mrs Morris Brooks, of 520 SW 62nd Court, Miami, gave a birthdav party (or their grand daughter, Melodj Mop. Weiss, on December 27th Mtending weir Buddy David Felson, Bobb) Wolf son. Renee Adrian Richmond Stu :,rt Paul Brook-. Eileen I.it man and Jackie Mike Blumenteld Mel ody Hope will be one on New Year's Day Mrs Sandra Rubin, of Scarsdale, New York ivisiting her grand mother Mrs France; Rubin ol the NaultilUS Hotel Miami Beach The Briss Milan of Leo Jaj Stll %  sky. son of Mr and MrMorton Stitsky, took place at Mounl Hospital on Wednesday Rabbi S M Machtei, maternal grandfather, performed the ritual Harrj '/ %  Stitsky. paternal grandfather, of Dallas, Texas was Sandek, Mr and MrStanlej Stitsky, also of Dallas and brother and sister in law of the new father, were god parents The Morton Stitskys, who reside at 1850 Coral Gate, are also the parents ol a daughter, Stella Regina, age two Mr and MrMaurice Gross man. ol 2992 SW 15th Street, Mi ami. are playing host to their daughters, Naomi and Rita, dur ing the holidays Naomi i;, psj chiatric therapist with the Jewish Board of Guardians, Brooklyn, New York Rita iaffiliated with the National Zionist Council in New York City Mr and Mrs Jules Reichgott. "f Detroit. Michigan, are visiting Mn Reich 'oitmother. MrAnna |{ Berow of 26C Euclid Avenue, and Mr Reichgott's father Mr Joe Reichgott, 1784 Meridian Avenue They are stopping at the Sana Soucl Hotel Visiting with Rabbi and Mrs Meyer Katz, of Tin Lenox Avenue, are their children Dr and Mrs Robert Sussman and daughter and son. Jacalyn and Elliot; and Mr and Mrs Jules Charlowe anil daughter and son, Sydelle and David Mr and Mrs Oscar Greene ol 5736 SW Mh Terace. are enter taming -heir daughter and grand daughter, Mrs Irene | hail and Alice. New York City, who are stopping at the Surfside Plaza Hotel for the holidays • Mr and MrKenneth l.ipman Ol 1415 Fairway Drive, announce the birth of their son Scott Owen at St. Francis Hospital on Deem ber lOth The Bnss took place n their home „ December 17th with Reverend Abraham Seif ., floating. „f Wl M r ^ D,vld Goldenhen, JfW ^nd Terrace, announce "' birth of ,he,r son. Roy, lin ''"•'"'H'r ll.h The Bria. took 5&2S 1 """ A ,,raham Dolores Kirsch Wed Marvin MaW Ai Saxony; Honeymoop In West |, U |i K \ West Indiehoneymoon followed the marriage of Mr and Mrs Marvin Markowiti Scene of their wedding was the Saxony Hotel. Miami Beach, on December 21st. with Rabbi Marius Hanson, of Fort Lauderdale, officiating. The bride, the former dolores Anne Kirsch, ithe daughter of Mr and Mrs William Kirsch. Fort I g iderdale Her father gave her m marriage Mr Markowiti is the son of Mr. and Mrs Ben Markowiti. 801 Venetian Waj Miami Beach. The bridal gown of nylon tulle and chantill) lace over satin was styled with "if shoulder illusion „,, ed in iridescent pailletteand fitted bodice. Her bouftulle ^kirt featured an overol handkerchief points acenled b> lace and extended into a chapel train \ four tiered veil of French illusion fell from a matching lace pill box with iridescent! The bride carried three white orchids with lil> oi the vallej streamers. Maid of honor was Miss Phyllis Anklowiti MrRichard R Kirsch, the bride's sister-in-law, was matron of honor Acting as bride-maids were the Mis-eNancj Newman, Barbara Katz, Fancine Markowiti and Robin Levine Miss Janice Markowit/. (he groom'l sister, was maid of honor WlJ from Freda Leslie inH.I hi J V! V '" *" r ,i,v 'or -od's Pa, a£ e. Ruth'fah. ner KTSSH n "!" Cinnam n Hammond the confession-writ'e £ a J *ft* S ,N Y Cmcago card from Fran and Dave PeTkind SUti $•#. i* ,tM dance to the mui* MALMALET TONY HNU KM hi The Ciw Uwaf" m t MMI *" Wst&



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u^— IARY 2, 1953 b**UhnorHtiir PAGE 7 A Hvia Naness Plans May Wedding; kal Announced At Lawn Party Here Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Naness, I 1028 Collins Avenue, ehose December 251 h to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sylvia, to Ben Kanner. The date also marks the wedding anniversary of Mr. Kanner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kanner, 1221 North Vene'.ian Way, San Marco Island. Announcement of the betrothal was made during a lawn party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Naness. Among those attending the party were Sidney, Dorothy and Joyce Naness, brother and sisters of the bride-elect; Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hochman, aunt and uncle; Charles Hochman, a cousin; Mr. Kanner's, brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kanner, and their sons, Spencer and Bradley; Mr. I and Mrs. Fred Somerstein, his aunt j and uncle; and cousins, Mr. and I Mrs. Seymour Somerstein, and son, Barry. First Lieutenant Charles H. Na-j ness. USAF, Sylvia's older brother, I was unable to be present. He is | now stationed in Washington, D.C.,! and is associated with the Chief of | Intelligence. The bride-elect attended the Uni1 \f: CVljrrl Cohen Tn versity of Florida, majored Inj O T,8S CiOUl! l-OIKMl JO music and was active in Floridai Wt'(I Ike Goi'doil Sylvia Naneis Edith Cohan Players, Radio Guild and Cavalettes. She graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School. Mr. Kanner graduated from Lake Grove Prep School, where he was president of his senior class. He The betrothal of their daughter, Miss Edith Mae Cohen, to I. K. Ike Gordon, son of Mrs. Adele Gordon and the late Emanuel Gordon, 1021 NW 1st Street. Miami, \ <" I |iane Drexler was to Maurice Olshan prr.bar 14th, at the Rabbi Morris Skop, leader of the Coral [Jewbh Center. The Ihe daughter of Meyr, formerly of Roch^w York. Mr. Olshan ^n of Mrs. Lillian Olw York. The newlyat home at 5810 DeBoulevard, Coral iye G. Rose |13 CORAL WAY [Phone 4). 0781 • Greeting Cards for All Occaiioni • Stationery Napk.ns and Matches Plain €.r i'ii lima II sail • Paper Table Covers and Towels • Oi't Wrapping and Ribbons • Toys and Party Favors • School Supplies • Gilts use In fant service for ''<•'" %  • uni Invitation* Tnerrhojraphed Printed then attended the University of I Florida and the University of Mi\ ls announced by the bride-elect's ami. where he was a pre-medical parents. Dr. and Mrs. Abraham I. student and a member of Tau Ep-' Cohen, of 657 SW 11th Street, silon Phi Fraternity. He is now en: w:„„ /-.-_ .. J J •• „• „i ;~ .k. "T| Miss Cohen attended Miami Raged in the wearing apparel busi _, iness in Stuart. Florida. | Bcacn Senlor High School and A May wedding is planned by graduated from the University of the couple. Miami. She did Post Graduate study at Teachers' College. Columbia University, in New York. She is a Biology teacher and guidance counselor at Miami Edison High School. A member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Miss Cohen is chairman of the Advisory Board of the Alphi chapter at the University of Miami. Mr. Gordon attended Miami Senior High School and graduated from the University of Florida. He is also an honor graduate of Eckel's College of Mortuary Science, Temple University. His fraternity is Tau Epsilon Phi. Mr. Gordon is associated with the Gordon Funeral Homes of Miami and Miami Beach. The couple plan a summer wedding. Miss Geraldine Wortsman Wortsman, Levitt KntfatfementTold Miss Geraldine Rita Wortsman and Ronald Larry Levitt are engaged. Announcement of the betrothal was made by the brideelect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wortsman, of Chicago, Illinois. Miss Wortsman attended the University of Miami and Pestolaz zi Fore be 1 Teachers College in Chicago. Mr. Levitt, currently serving with the Navy in Guam, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Levitt. 1000 7th Street, Miami Beach. He attended the University of Miami, where he was a member of Sigma Delta Chi. professional journalism honorary. Carol Katzman, R. Zane Alpert Wed At Beth Sholem; Bride's Gown Own Design Temple Beth Sholom last Wednesday was the scene of marriage between Carol Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Katzman, San Marino Island, and R. Zane Alpert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 Meridian Avenue. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated, assisted by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. The bride's gown was of her own design executed by Coronet Creations, of New York City. The gown was in candlelight tone of French handclipped chantilly lace over nylon tulle and heavy satin. Styled with an illusion neckline, the bodice was low and off the shoulders, coming to a deep point in the back. The bodice was also outlined with two rows of flowers of the lace appliqued with o;ialescent pailettes and seed pearls. The long lace sleeves ended in points over the wrists and were also appliqued with embroidered flowers of lace. Her skirt fell into a long train with the lace parting to reveal the underskirt of satin in the center front and back. The bridal veil of illusion net was appliqued with chantilly lace roses held in place with the opalescent paillettes and topped by a pearl-embroidered crown of the same handclipped chantilly lace. She carried white orchids on a Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Evelyn Fox, cousin of the bride from Highland Park. New Jersey. Miss Ferdelle Nussbaum. neice of the .. groom, was junior bridesmaid, i lhe || t P e lb '-o I dered by opalescent Acting as bridesmaids were the J DauleUes Misses Renee Nussbaum. niece of I Tne Dride attended Miami Beach the groom, and Barbara Pearl and j Hi n School and the University of Jewel Eisenstein. cousins of the! Nlami, where she was a member bride. Miss Rosalind Merritt. niece | of Pm Sigma Sigma Sorority. She Of the groom, was flower girl and her parents have been dividThe brides attendants all wore j," 8 ?* i *l2 # betwee Miami full length gowns in light pink j each f nd *•* umme I r h !" m tulle over pink taffeta with match-' T eancck and Asbu T Park New ing bolleros. Their full tulle skirts| e> fell in three layers, with inserts of, Ml Alpert. a Miami Beach resipink tulle set into the taffeta bod-, dent for ,ne P a st 23 years, attendices. The matron of honor's gown ed Miami Beach High School and was the same but in ice blue. ,ne University of Miami. He has The junior bridesmaid and ~ ned wi,h the Lnited Slates flower girl were dressed in full Mrs. R. Zane Alpert — Ardmoro gown of wine chantilly lace, with YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION oi AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at WIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH -.4261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Sanchez, Matza Wed At Temple Israel Scene of the wedding of Miss Sarah Sanchez to Manny Matza was Temple Israel of Miami. Original music composed by the bride was featured at the ceremony per formed by Dr. Joseph Narot, spiritual leader. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Arcadio Sanchez, of the Bronx. New York. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Matza. also of the Bronx. Given in marriage by Phillips Steen. of 5172 SW 4th Street, at whose home a reception took place following the wedding, newlywed Mrs. Matza was attended by Mrs. Rose Pesaak, matron of honor. Best man was Professor Eli Chalafia. Veradora Beach. Cuba, is the scene of the couple's honeymoon. They will reside at 241 SW 10th Street. Miami, following their return here on January 20th. length pink tulle dresses over taffeta. Their bodices of taffeta had shallow scooped necklines and small puffed sleeves, with skirts made of 3 tiers of tulle and dresses tied by large pink taffeta sashes. The girls wore the same pink hats of narrow shaped bands with tulle over taffeta embroidered by pearls and covered with little nose veils. Mrs. Katzman wore a full length dusty rose gown of taffeta embroidered over tulle, falling in low points over the full tulle skirt. Mrs. Alpert wore a full length Best many at the ceremony was his brother-in-law. Robert H. Merritt. Ushers were Gilbert Frank, Seymour Levin, Richard Keats and Edward Pearl. Following an extended honeymoon, the couple will reside al 1515 West Avenue. DAVID RAMON LIEBEK Announce! the ••eaiitf of his Piano Studio %  I tke lorroine ArcWe IN* 23S Ph. 3-16W % j*B< ^HI the home off SUNSHINE FASHIONS •res. IS. pat. off. Miami • Miami Beach • Ft Lauderdale West Palm Beach [DER YIDDISHER FORUM SAT.. JAN. 3rd. 8:30 P.M. [ at Kneserth Israel 14th Place & Euclid AYWIUOJJ Miami Beach Speaker: B. 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PAGE 8 A MRs Ellen Stone Plans Rites For •Jun ,.,.,;..._ Miranci Attorney %  %  %  %  &f FRIDAY. JANUARY 2. igg Miss Xcilinfler Weds Mark Bmr Here: roupic Will Be Al Home In Clewlancl. ( )hio % %  •ij %  Kaobi In na Lean, %  .-I Mrs. DM ... „„ raw the aon of Mr M h pa!a I rha : head,,£ &f •: %  ROM J Joan Meyer Weds -.. Media SI lent --%  %  .... i mej %  '' %  'and The %  --.n-'.aw • • in HalMr* net; and n pale %  % %  Nancy Mauser, the Mrs. Mark B*rg*r %  Miss s s %  w Stu lent ". ,.:, .W P h Z,eg— • man Acting a* uafe \i: • .,...:„. \y:\\ Keilingtr, the MKM L *^ w a .'" ther: Lew:PiwkbdB. MuiTY UiCIlllst ca ?thrder Nail of evening 8pm %  kin Mane Bird will conduct the un Ding of Ro>al Matron Bertha be install Mitt Janet Lewis Howard W. Lew* <* Mr? £--.L)o %  -. fficer She will be assisted Mrs rand Asaociate Patron Maur ville Virginia. Bd Secretarv Gen \ Dade Count % Public actresi K! teacher Miss Lewis gr Past Grand Roval from Stratford Junior ColWM Past Panville and received ti It) elors degree from the U are Kate Serota. .,' North Carolina, where >hf • %  %  %  .... are I HtJ : : %  and Laarra ark. New Jersey. A reception followed for guests nt Tempie Beth Shoiom. Kat.' Serota, if North Carolina. re Royal Matron. Jack Parten. Royal president of the Iota Tau CkM a Alpha Iota -.*t:orilM| %  ate Pa orarv and professional mm* rrj Zerler. Conductress, oetv for women Fox reccned the BS nref in chemistry from the Cat unith tecretan of Miami. 9 I' I ". 1 :--_-. Annual 1 e %  % % %  '.e: scheduJed for Sunday evening at th* Miam: Beach "re Goldbara Li!f£ g£y. Dane! Broad. DavidI Andron. pfea.ient. Cb* Sa2 ST! S" 11 ^^*^ H ^ / K miT r ,aC b Kaufman Abraham Maaaa. ta:doxe S =-=? Frank B: > S^! e !" el T fp row are Ben Appel. Sam Rninhard. Ben ; aniin| S^ey Rubmowat ^ ooxd Kcuiman. Irvina Fir.el. Harry Said.nworm, Sam Grundw? ^



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AY, JANUARY 2, 1953 %  s. Wolk Diem *re At HH Lena Wolk, 68, of 140 South [•iiDrive, died here on SunMrs. Wolk came to Miami in and was an active Jewish kiunal leader. was a life member of the Len's Division, American Jewtongress, a member of HadasIJewish Home for the Aged numerous Zionist organiza|s. Wolk was also actively afed with the Miami Beach JewDenter. vices and interment were in lington. North Carolina, with li Beach Riverside Chapel in |e of arrangements. Mrs. Wolk uvi'il by a son, two daugh|a brother and six grandchildlirate Service Sittterhood Friday Evening services of j nh David Synagogue will be %  ted to the Women of the hood. Harry Laufer, president, ecently returned from the ntion of the National Worncivile of the United Synaol America, will give a (resume of her experiences Convention. participating in the service the Mesdames Max Berg |st vice president of the SisMnrris Rabinowitz, 2nd resident; and Phil Abrams, be president. i Max Bkapiro will officiLEGAL NOTICE Lester Tolof | Su4-iimbs Here Lester Toloff. of 225 Zamora Av enue, Coral Gables, passed away on Wednesday, December 24th, at the age of 60. A resident here for the past five years, Mr. Toloff came to the Miami area from New York. He was a member of the Mas ons, Shriners, the Photographic Society of America and the Coral Gables Jewish Center. He was also affiliated with the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce and helped found the Zionist District of that city. Mr. Toloff had a national reputation as a photographer, having exhibited his portraits in salons here and abroad. He was a former owner of studios in Davenport, Iowa, and Chicago, Illinois, and was in charge of the portrait work of the New York Daily News for some 11 years. Operator of Pilkington Studios, Coral Gables, at the time of his death, he is survived by his wife, Lucile; a brother, Joseph: and a sister, Mrs. Helen Ray. Services were at the Gordon Funeral Chapel, with Rabbis Leon Kronish and Jacob Kaplan officiating. PAGE 9 A MADE be publshJd weokZ L !" m ? r, r,eS J le 0n in m dCrn conversational Hebrew which will providingtLlunJnJZ,^ /T"l F,ond,a "The complete series constitutes a course aimed at book Hebrew ZZ h L jEff*" V ? nOW spoken in lsrael and is based **aZi BeachThitaJ A 5 ? S ,0sha a S 1* e faulty member at the Hebrew Academy, IfirZio^UonWMRuZ^T 1 ''"V "*" S Ppear here in mjunction with a program over due ed Jl!SrLrL2 V *< "l 2 Pm \ EntiUed Ut Us Uarn Hebrew the Program is conwTllm^the^ZaH a ,eatUre 0/ JaC b Schacht r ^wish Hour. The Jewish Floridian win provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course. ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I K IS HEREBY <;IVEN that ii.' i. deairtne to enKap la i • fi. litiou* name "f ll.srmiUTdRS, HI'N CITY EKS, KNII.X lilSTKIMI'T) >KS VINTNEKS, EDISON I-IS lt>KS, Cnl.ONY WINK CO. :in,l HIST VINTNERS, ml', i ill SI ret, Miami. Florida. II r.iri-i.T said name with "f the Circuit Court of I •'. HI..i.l., KATKiNAI. WINES, IMC P> v\Mli:i, |||,ANK, free. \ II El MAN KAPLAN %  •I Applicant* lust For Tonite U gy ... %  %  REVUE All ''" Uv %  •*• ^d' Larson olyn *00d MIAMI ltlM I* —•'••,•;..'" Thanks very much Please waiter, gfve me (some) sugar The sugar is right here on the table I am very sorry Never mind (it doesn't matter) Please give me the bill What does the meal cost? It is expensive No, it is cheap Here ii a tip for the waiter To-dah rab-bah Be-vak-ka-shah mel-far, ten li suk-kar Ado-ni, hin-neh ha-suk kar 'al ha-shul han Se-li-hah (?ar li me'od) 'En da-var Be-vak-ka-shah ten li 'e? ha-hesh-bon Mah me-hir ha-'a-ru-hah? Zeh be-yo-ker Lo', zeh be-zol Hin-neh ha-'a-na-kah la-mel-zar Ifm ri ?nrrnrj TTI^ 719 ."TIT? n? #? Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Livenght Publishing Company, New York City Persons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector, care of The Jewish Floridian. and enclosing a check or money order jor $1.50. LEGAL NOTICE Billy Hodes appears with the Radio Aces in the new American-Yiddish Revue which opened New Year's Eve at the Plaza Theater. The revue is entirely in English. Lyrics and music were written by Murray Purrsey. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DUDE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155532 IN 1(1 •:. AlMH'TION UK III.I. 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> Jevlstncr*fc*1nOPAY. lANUAnv i>AGE 10 A 5EIHT0R MOUSE, GEORGE JESSEL TO 3BKT APPEAR AT INITIAL GIFTS AFFAIR ON 11 %  ral b n • %  I host %  tor V %  -eph Cherni I i cated to tl who was named i CJ : % %  su deatl here. .. • : • %  B"W %  %  Beach memoes JjJ ; lU 1 %  A %  • %  %  .. %  co .rd nator i %  I plans for i mral sett'ei • %  • ••'. dn\e in the Acv .. ,hanl %  £* ;. ... tants'Divisioi prevent co! %  ."on % %  • %  Met w.th .heightened profes I r24 j activitj between the months :.-.., | .-. is) press : ol January and March. tn i s W ven winter ITrades Division Chairman Sam rael can be helped to meet it Heiman told of an unprecedented; present economic crisis through an expansion procram in the trades intensified effort by the Jews of and industries in the South Flor-1 America through the United Jew ida area and emphasized the growish \ppeal and through their lo mg responsibility ol business and eal I mmunity campaigns." professional persons in supporting A veteran personality of stage, local participating institutions screen and radio. Jessel i' one of Sidney Lefcourt. chairman of the the few actors to have established Accountants Division in last years himself SUCCessfull) a.a motion campaign, described the work of • named hoan affair which is expected to attract a capacity audience Major address of the evening will be delivered by Senator Wayne Morse. Senator Morse, whose career has been distinguished by his consistent support of humane and liberal legislation, established himself as a dramatic and controversial figure in the recent Presidential election He has made several appearances throughout the country speaking Name Seymour Rubin To Aparfmt Division Of Combined Appeal Driv] Seymour Rabin, prominent fig.;. „, Gre ,ter Miami investment re* ha been appomtan ni the Apartment ,n of the .... i Jew! h AJM'< u ,. tment w week by i hairman He*> %  • % %  • h rtlj ,., the post of leader announced he would ration a conccntrat...... with n a-drlve" to reach residents ol more than 1.800 apartmenl houses and many now motels in the Greater Miami area to urge : rticipation in the camlinq to Chairman Rubins plan. .. Mock by block manpower pattern will be set up to insure complete coverage, and a system of awards will be established for the top contributors in these areas. %  O ur Division has been assured the cloae cooperation of the Apart-' ment House Association in Miami j and Miami Beach, the Motel Own IPpPra laUllfJ T# I ,rAssociation, the Chamber of ffpfff* |)| Taviatl Commerce and other civic groups) ^ Qptn ^ ^ who are interested in the promo-j ami ^j present a rumte ^ tion and success of the humanitarropolitan Opera stars u a] ian campaign.' Rubin said. Seymour Rubin behalf of the United Jewish picture producer Appeal Campaign which seeks to raise funds for Israel, overseas relief and rehabilitation and refugee adjustment in the United States. President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federal: D ai Weinkle expressed gratifies:. -. H ""• news of Jessel's and Senator V rsa participation in '.'.b) Ual Gifts program. "Many Greater Miami institutions look to the annual Combined Jewish Appeal for funds." Wemkle stated. "Mount Sinai Hospital, the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Bureau of Jewish Education and other important health and welfare institut ist receive allocations thr ugh ix Appei order l rs open ai I ntinui -• r i \ I he n si area • : •• "..-• term in thi S< nati Mi • : the %  • War Labor Eoai 12 t : '44 ; %  -. • • I:. .: En rgei a 1941 r to his elec Sei '•'•• '•' • %  -.', Pro-j lessor at th L"i >regor 1 Sch tinu he wrote th %  Survi Th %  '. • Systl entering i Senai i %  ... % %  nesota. Senai phB : the Ui the LI m the < • 192 and 1 I %  %  • 1932 In 1 '4-. he rt I :.. egree fr • %  i nter1 %  • num' nd welfare ;i %  n lief and annually I during fort nun• mi i tii and groui to Israel with eleven j er II Jessel a]] aspects oi current prol l< s an ei A co-star w.ih such personalities as A! Jolson Eddie Cantor. Fanny Br.ce and many American entertaiamenl figures Jessel has also won distinction as a dramatic ac the Division which culminated with a record-breaking dinner at the Monte Carlo Hotel, featuring an address by Justice William 0. Douglas Enrollment of 100 per cent of the professional group was tor. playwright, movie writer, song • assured by Accountants Chairman writer producer of Broadway musWasserman. ...:.and plays r.ight club entertamer radio c -median and film actor Initial Gifts chairman Jacob and HoDorarj chairman Joseph Cherner have announced that top workers in the Women's Division are lending full support in the preliminary arrangements for the January 11th affair Wise Hadassah A regular meeting of the Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will be held on Monday. January' 5th. 1 p.m.. at the Monte Carlo Hotel There will he a skit entitled. The Cure, followed by a musical program and refreshments. ductions of Gianni Schatatl member of the Great***& and Cavalleru fa, ...._. by Mascagni. on Satunto er Miami Jewish Federat.on s | ^JJ evenjn£s ,J^ Board of Governors and has serv,nd 19th. at the Dade CoaatjJ ed in previous campaigns with the Miami Beach Auditorium Hotel and Apartment House Units. According to 4fJurc di I He is a vice president and director j director. Dr. Deems Taykt] of the Miami Beach Zionist DisraU>r j **' Metropolitan .. „ Quiz, will be present at tail trict and is a member of the Board 7 „ day evening performance ml of Temple Beth Sholem Rubin received the LLB degree from Fordham University and the BS degree at Columbia University. He hails from New York City, and has been a Miami resident since 1936 He resides at 2437 North j Meridian Avenue. Beach to tell the story oft operas. Di Filippi said that Dr. will fly from New York in ly following his Saturday noon radio stint in order I ticipate. He will also itte Sunday Opera Guild Party. 3&.JC9n StaSSl 5** E ic,ure Produce, the Initial Gifts Kickoff Din and entertainer. wii shortages b )ner oi the 1953 Combined Jewish snortages resetting Israel's econr,m„ u '" umea J ew *h } Minister Moshe Share .^ his hZVn GX P ressed b Y Jessel ness to Jessel l*^^"^ 1 ?.* !" Gan Iaal. du, Clmb Will Honor Mrs. Mulmuth Pioneer Women. Club No. 1 "Pper riqhti as he o Plans a dinner to honor Mrs. Sarah media,e to help I srae l through it, cu^ ^ Ma.'muth's 70th birtlub. ... as a good-will ambassador for the. IITA rT ? ec nomic en -aughter JerUynn (lowe, Uft! ( L^ A :^ Verlook n Haifa P Mrs rn Malmuth is treasurer of Club No. 2. Chairman of the evening will be Jacob Fishman. accordHag to Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president uuinM jeruynn (lower left) thp hr.k. i ^ na a v tent at Sha'ar Aliyah Retention r brea,h a kmq v.ew of Hai Jessel. who ^^SS^&Z^V ^ h da dared on his return tha? h£K ^'^ "* ol *** as well America through the United Jewi,rAnrl^ n0miC cris,s c !" thousands of recent uoJ^S^^ -P"d the How appear here with United States Senator Wayne Mcrse ppeal on January 11th. at the Saxony Hotel. Ccr.cenv m Photo at upper left) during a meetina with Israel f mg Jessel s recent tour of the Jewish state. It was sei:cu' with Prime Minister David Ben-Guiion on the need s's The Pnme Minister subsequently lauded Je"%" ort. producer and entertainer George Jeeel shows hii "1 la from Mount Carmel. Breakinq bread with immipi^ qhter Qower right) during their recent riait to the Storf r as io many new taa, citiE#ndurinq bi, ,uiy_" be alleviated with the help ol "an intenaified efft br ot gift dollar, neceaeary to receive and abaosb bi1



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5AY, JANUARY 2. 1953 randeis Women ?ar Mrs. Abrams stall Of if cers Irs. Irving Abrams, of Boston. Lsachusetts. national president Iho national Women's CommitI for Brandeis University, will |EI*K at a meeting of the Greater mi Chapter on January 9th, Algiers Hotel, it was annced by Mr. Harold Turk, preside third woman to be appointto the University's Board of tees, Mrs. Abrams has for scvycars been devoted to the •ests of higher education. She ist president of the Women's larship Association of Bosvice president of the League ewish Women's Organizations loston; member of the SpeakRureau of the United Jewish a I: and has also .served on Iprnkers' Bureau for the New Ud Region of Hadassah. io on the program for fhe noon will be a preview 0 f the ersity Of Miami Sketch Book. I'niversity of Miami Varsity The show was written by Herman, a University stu;ind will be presented by a TMty cast. Original song called, When y Heart, will be played by Olive Dungan Pullen who the music. Words are by Ada Morley. la lation <>f officers will feathe meeting. Mrs. Ben Zien i "ill take office as presin I yeari, h • survived bj r %  daughter and .1 brothi %  r. • (h< ci..i-,!„„ i-,I,,,.,,,] ,-| LENA WM.I; n, of iiu Bouth Hlbtocua Drive died l: She had been %  Miami !"•"•"• el" %  Bbe I. audited bj her brother, Meyer Bobul; two daaghtera Mi, Mas Leneoa and Mra n I • ti-hwartx. a aon. Dr Horn ami nix Knimli-hlWIri-n. Kemafn* were arm to Wiiminatnu. N..:th Carolina ror nervier* and Interment by the Miami Reach Hiv.ralde. SAI.IK s. JAl-iiCSON M, <.f JIM Harding Avenue, died on peeemhei gtrd. sh.la aurvlved hv her himhand. Sam; two brother, a. orge end Iaraei: and „ne ilatar, %  ra. Rdla \\akn. Remain* ware *enl t" si. Unite, Mlaaouii, for aecvlcea and Interment by the Miami Beech ^ti\ oroide* ,. ,. KVKI.YN MKSSKH ?„ j 0 !* w 4! "'' Avenue, died In a ;"'•' hoapltal on D. : ; ,i x ''• four years. ;, '''. i Klnanj from Mount FreetSrsg Kahn Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Albert L. Kahn. formerly of 2021 N. MerKer'R.mSf.rwYroStp: ££* avenue, Miami Beach, will s and Uke P' ace Sunday. January 4th at 3 p.m.. at 1ft. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating. Mr Kahn is survived by his widow. Ida; a daughter. Mrs. Harriet K. Zeientz: a son, Arthur M. Kahn, and a sister. Mrs. Shirl K. Rogers. JAPOH l:\ni: of 8100 SW 15th Street, died In a „,:'.' I ; : ; ;; ; %  : i Sunday \ %  ihe i-.,rvlv.-,l by bla Wife .;. "\ l ^; l *'" <•""•":••: %  Mi> Kelman Ban Re. "-.d "n^Zj't. •'.!]. all of Miami Beach; also a"'nephew: neaeh Men...rii r... Burton S. Kahn. another sister, PAULINE M:\ v Vlrs William Braun. Rockwell CenIaurvlved by her huaOand. rSr'maina B Kahn of Cleveland, and four were sen: to Sew Tot* CHy for aerv%  —*-""— R?ver?| d l •• ln, ^ %  m '' n, ** T) -' %  %  HKKMAM CKHIiKi: •54, Of Ml Lenoa Avenue, died on T>ec.mhei 2|rd. He la Hiirvlved by his wire, fella: and one dauahl%  :. Mr* Jai-lc Fink Itemalnx were sent to Hrookl.Mi. Mew York, for aarvlcea and IntermeiK t.y the Miami He.-o h Rlverslde. IIVMAN STKI.V.MAN >|L of 1KXI \V.ishlne|..ii Avenue, died on n, ember t4tfa it. la aurvlved by his ,f... Henrietta. P.emalna weea Kent to Brooklyn. Now rork, for aef-v. << %  % %  rmem by the Miami H, .'! %  .1 lilVelMiie. JQB1 PH D BPBNCBR M, of „'.,r.,,.,]„„,.., Av ,„ .,. UAnntli K"} ,:i l '" laj al hla reaRenre He Iaarviv. I i h i wife. rr.,,„.s. two broth, iIarael and Mvron: and one alarer, Mra. Pauline stein Reniainn w.re sent to New Voik I'lty for %  erylcea and int.ment by "The Miami iiu.' aide grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. sweeten your party table with @Thi$ seal an all Dromedary products It your guarantee that tttey are strictly kosher they ',• pasteurized! • • • EVA UI.VSl:i:i: : ; %  %  i" M hli >B w. ie. .lied on oer :'..th. Hhe Is aurvlved I v laband, Morrlt. and one brother, 11' rn.. :i Ka. %  a i I % %  I' %  •• % %  i i asked to be present. %  Gilbert Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of Rose Gilbert, formerly of New York City, will take place Sunday, January 4th at 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi L. Caasel of-! ficiating. Mrs. Gilbert is survived by her husband. Paul: father. Jo-, seph Apatov and brother. Frank i | Case, both of Miami Beach: and a aister, Mrs. B. Citron. New York i City. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company: friends and relatives are i ha)..;. u/Mh k.iM.: on Mount sin*. -.1 f 1KB 'SilA-VUiO • i m Rain a* • %  %  t" I'hleAKi II Uli by thi Hn ml Bea i Rlt i %  Idi I l.i il I.LAMBBRQ • ill 1 • %  %  %  :• \ i. in -1 i.v bra w ife. faa] d< two aona, i. v I nai ind two daugliti ra, Vln I ette D lei [rude (Ireenbei K -'' rvlcei -•:. %  ,.ii I %  embi i -stli. iit ihe Miami RJveraM* PhaueJi with Rabbi Abranam Caaacl > rn. i.it ing. Interment waa on Mount Blnal i', meti i BENJAMIN' KROVOWITZ 73. of 181 Snntlllan.Avenue, foral %¡ ablea. paaaed away on December Mth He Is siirviwd t.v four anna. | Ertill, Albert, Joaeph and Ale*; and one dauKhter. Mra. Ada l^rens. ReI in,linn were sent to Chlravo. Illinois. for aarvlcea and interment by "The I Miami Rlveralde" Jjerj to be InataUled win J ,. %  Morris .\ perl L '""•," William Hern [ Burk, I rnal. Joaeph Ihi tov, • Ell, Harr, K,,.. %  %  Bam HVle l'.,nd. '• MHton rrii Irean, i-i ..... %  ; Cloldln, .: i Sol | l-OUll Ii. KM.,,: ;. ob* Leon KapH 'nfer h' % %  Kranlah. i.e.. I ,1-fkowlix. Irving [ iw Uexander ANNA ROBBIN0 71. of L'lii lt Street. Miami Bcaeh. dl.-fl ,,n Saturday. A resident here for the past is reara, she la survived by her aon, Merer Llrhtenateln: rive Caughtera, two t.-.,th,rs four IneliidliiK Mis. Small y.elko and Mrs. Tillle Sl.opir... of foral liahles; elaht L r in.l, hildren and one areat grandchlld. Remalna were sent to Chleaco. Illinois, for aervleea and Intajrmenl hv Qordon't Miami Beach Funeral Home. Levendorf Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Eva Levendorf, formerly of 260 Meridian Avenue, will take place Sunii-• January 4th at 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rahhi Moses Mescheloft ;i dating. Mrs. Levendorf is survived by her husband, Jacob; daughter. Mrs. Samuel Elgison of Miami Beach; also two brothers and two sisters. She was a member of Beth Jacob Congregation. Arrangements are in chage of Palmer's Miami Monument ,Company: friends and relatives are asked to attend. -..,., %  ,:-,,„ Alexander t Bam Upton, I i Makevafcy, jo. I %  "i-tn.-r. itavld PhUllpa, Dmvi'" '• Sam l'i,.-termnn. BMeadamea Joaeph M itoae irv. Eawmn V '' : S ha, tz jos*,? "ii ;, "'• ."'•' man. Sa^n I 8t ^T k,n K i l' h S I' alat< r .-• i \ Icea were %  : rdon l ineral Chanel, with Interment on Mount v -. Cemetery SAMUEL. I'.ll.is II, .f ISO \i: :.Jr,l Btreet. died here SIIII.I.IV A i.sid.nt for the pa-it five >e.iis. he is survived by his wife. Sirah; three aona and three daaghtem. 8ei i eea were at Cordon> Miami Knneral Home, with interment on Mount Nebo Cemetery. BENJAMIN ARKI.SuN 55. of 177.2 K\V 10th Htreet, died unex|.....|eiily at hla home. A reaident here for the paat three yeara, he la aurvlved by hiwife, Roae; a aon. Milliard: a daughter, Mra. Kamu, 1 Ooedriih; hla mother. Mr*. Yetta Abelaon; ./our alatera. Mra. Mary Neff, Mra. Lillian (I*idlinair> Mra. Vlolei Oelb; and Mrs. Kleanor Schneider. J ilordon Miami Kimaral Home waa In i i-harse if arrangements, with Inter ment on Mount t-Hnal Cemetery. Weill Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Gerta Weill, formerly of 1171 Biarritz Drive, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, January 4th at 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating Surviving are her husband. Kurt: two sons. Hans and Peter. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument C;o mpany friends and relatives are asked to attend. \ Rent a TYPEWRITER ADDING MACHINE CALCULATOR All Lett Models FREE DELIVERY AMERICAN Typewriter Co. 223 N~E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3441 POCONO HIGHLAND CAMPS 0 Y $ gaWMfl CAMPS GUIS 11th SEASON In the Beautiful Poconos of Pennsylvania, 9 miles from famed Delaware Water Cap, 90 miles from New York City or and Philadelphia. Registration quota now own for Florida and South. Enrollment definitely limited. 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Texan, with Oordon'a Miami Kuneral Home In charge uf arrangementa. JOKKP1I KHi: 7. of 871 KW Ird Street, died here An i i. i.i here for the paat al \ ii, ,| bl Ii I Ife, Hannah. son, fafamuel tnree daughtera, Mia. M ,'i s, i i 'ii,, i Mi i ii,,':. • Trao) and Mm Ann Draanet and %  brother, Ben ei arere In < lordoa Kl ami Fin," .1 Home, ivlth liileiinent on afoun i 'Neta i Cei iteter>'I mm AU Our Products Locally Manuiactured DaUy ON SALE EVERYWHERE e Salami e Chicken Salami e Midget Salami e Garlic Ringi e Bolonni e Pastrami e Rolled Beef Corned Beef Pickled Tongue Pranks Kneckwurat Gnddlee Cocktail Frank* Skmlees Franka fmail \mtionetl Kosher Saiistnji' To., fff#?. 230 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone* 3-4225 — 3-6823 Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and Jhe Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth



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PAGE 12 A Mrs. Leonard Snyderman miBarry Miss Wagner Weds In Candlelight Rites A candlelight ceremony was the setting for the wedding of Gwynneth Louise Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wagner. 4601 North Bay Road, to Leonard Snyderman. son of Mr and Mrs. Maur ice Snyderman. 2736 SW 3rd Avenue, on Sunday evening at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated at the double ring riteBridesmaids were the Misses Harriet Barondess. Kaye Brodsky. Harriet Ginsberg. Fern Hoffman and Arlyne Schockett. Maid of honor was Miss Harriet Pathman Newlywed Mrs Snyderman graduated from Miami Beach Huh School, where she was a member of the National Thespian Honor Society and the A Cappela Choir She attended the University of Miami and has been affiliated with the Cathedral Players. Formerly "f HarrNburg. Pennsylvania, the groom served in the United Stat>'~ Nav) for two yean and is mat :' the Williams Kesort Shop fur Men and vice president of Masa IT. Allan Jackson was his be-t man. l'sher< were The i lore Nelson. F.dward I Roth, Patrick Seltzer and Howard Warren. A reception followed in the Temple Banquet Hall. Heilbrun, Madoff To Reside In Montreal Mr. and Mr< Max Heilbrun. of 538 Euclid Avenue, announce th-marriaye of their daughter Be\ erley. to Isidor Madofl -on of Mr and Mrs. Sam Madoff. Montreal, Canada, on December 14th. at the Hungarian • American Cultural Club, with Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir-ky officiating Given in marriage by her father the bride was attended by Miss Ann Madoff. maid of honor Other attendants vu-re MisIriHeilbrun. Miss Pearl Cohen. Miss Shirley Turetsky and Mrs. Selma Gallup Stanley Kramer waIte-t man. 1 -herwere Stanley Levitt. Barry Kothenberg. Jerry Zinder and Daniel Gallup. +Jfwistincrk**>fL DoKigiiatP Both W Januar, 14th. has been des.gnated aBeth El Sisterhood DW. ,, ;1 ,h..t day. members of th* Sisterhood will "old individual u ten i and evening functions in h eir home-, according to an announcement this week bj Mrs MW Rappaport, vice president _nUDAY. JANUARY 2 Hostesses w.ll include the Mes ,,„,„.. ., Zal.s. G. Pearl. M Crys. ,Bernstem, E. Kaplan. C. Baer. A Pepper, M *^-'££ ni „ S Palmer. S. T Swirsky. M Silver and \ X.-man. Proceed! are earmarked for the p„ sh El Sisterhood, LADY WILL. SHARE BEAUTIFUL HCjJ with couple or another \ t&f .9*. Largo TV. SW. Section. References Exchanjed Phone 2-0495 101* S.W. 11th A •-. Ph. }< Miss Judith Bloom Miss Bloom Receives Ring At Party Here A party in her honor here was the scene of the engagement of Miss Judith Bloom, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Bloom, to Laurence Niditch. -on of Mr and Mrs Maurice Niditch. 1H36 SW 9th Street The bride-elect's parents were ho-tat the home of her fiance, where she received her engage ment nn^ Miss Bloom attended Western Maryland College and the University of Miami. Mr Niditch graduated fro l Miami Beach High School and attend ed the University of Miami. Temple Israel of Miami will dedicate its Friday evening services tonight, 8:15 p.m., to Rabbi Emeritus Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan on the occasion of his "8th birthday. Dr. Kaplan will address the Congregation on the topic: Who Are These Reform Jews? He and Mrs. Kaplan will be feted at a reception following the service. Art Exhibit An art exhibit featuring 20 paintingfrom the work of .\r thur Wolfson will be nn view at the Library of the Bureau of j,. w i-h Education beginning Januan 5th. looting of the Miami Beach Jewish Cent,r Chapter rtjhe touted Synaacaue Youth. M ;ss |ud 7 Emhan, Second Iran left, was crowned USY Queen foi : rL I Roberta Sugarmqfi uer., ana Mis. Sueao Zeigsj ^.,. '1 it's dividend time again at t^-<* -*-i2S-5,30.000 --."'Htm convenient MIAMI BEACH locations to serve NO. BEACH BRANCH 7474 COLLINS AVENUE 41st ST. BRANCH 425 41st STREET faj MAIN 0FFICF 1100 LINCOLN R0A0 Chase Federal r '•HHirt* ovw SJJ.OOG.000



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ii IL ini JI I Menuhin Will Play Ili^WJlSlWHliDIPldlWUn Here For Bond Drive II, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1953 SEC. B erican German Agent hompson Lauds SS Guard A News Feature Keith Thompson is 30 years old. a 1946 alumnus of Yale Uni, and earnest. He is tall, soft-spoken, a good looking bachelor | tner in a flourishing wholesale textile house. He is a wonder-1 to hi* mother with whom Jic lives in Chatham, New Jersey. this is very proper and wholesole. But H. Keith Thompson nis and works for some astonishing objectives. ,pson believes in the wave future Nazi-style. Since July, I, has been registered with Apartment of Justice as a %  gent for Germany's largMwar neo Nazi organization, fciallsl Reich Party. also registered as •"public counsel, publicity agent a;ri representative" of Die Scii'' a Munich publicap.idcd by Dr. Rudolf Ascheimonger is probably t h e [word to apply to H. Keith kon Unlike many of his Jan contemporaries, young tomp-on is filled with affec or many the flagship of the Byrd Antarctic Expedition as a communications officer. Here is his own explanation of! his concern for German war crim-l inals and the "German spirit." It comes from a supplement to his registration papers filed with the Justice Department: "(I) have since hign school days, j surveyed the American scene and I participated in a number of poli-j tical movements. (I) was once attracted to the political left but, after practical experience in business realized the shortcomings of ,, the welfare state. In regards persons. Among (hp ^.^ ^.^ of (hp ^J ANN GOER.NG. In a let***" f< C '' *£ : J^f J* in of State Dean' m an >' to ,,,,r (nr, m) { J^** 0 .... a,"ainst ( ommunisni. In have a strong Germany, we must have a revitalized enthusiastic Germany that will work with' us as a full ; son Herman GeorlBg will ,r before the eyes o| • than the name of Dean. .partner. German nationalist spirit must be encouraged, Ger many"s union achieved, 'democratic guarantees' guaranteed Thompson always puts anything concerning democracy in quotes for the same reason he always numenti wi in not to his perHEINRICH HIMMLER. ler," Thompson reporter. "She m that she dl I ... f „ .„ K„P"ts the term '"war criminal.m confiscate her ... .... .,_ outrage." lOR GENERAL OTTO ERN^EMER. Thompson is execuoj the Committee Major General r was a German I u ho involved himelf quotes He doesn't believe that either an Vttn concepts, His present activity markhim one of the most important Ger : ropagandists In this country It keeps him in constant contact with Fascist leaders in countries Ilka Japan and Argentina. It keeps they had no right to remain in Germany. It's as simple as that. He feels the same about Jews in America. All the major Jewish agencies, including the Anti-De-j tarnation League, are agents for, world Zionism and the state of! Israel, he says. They should be i compelled to register as foreign I agents just as he had to. Because he is American-Born. | wideawake, Yale educated and not working for money, the dedicated Mr. Thompson has become a useful convenience — a transmission belt—for some of the lop conspirators of the world seeking to rebuild or reinforce Fascism. It is difficult to determine the source of finances for his work. In September, the Socialist Reich Party was disbanded in Germany, publicly at least. After some weeks of deliberation. Thompson decided that he would have to apply for cancellation of his foreign agent's registration Btit that has no! deterred him from his mission Hi I thai ha Intended to relit > from bi t< (tile b isini to devote all of hi; time to th" cause ol German nationalism. Ac stated earlier, Thompson is also re :i tercd as foreign agent for Die Andere Seite, pub bj Dr. Rudolf Ascbenauer. A recent book by Jack Anderson and Donald \v. Ma) McCarthy, The Man. The Senator, The Ism—disDr. Aschenauer. it reports th.it. according to American arm) intelligence, Dr. Aschenader was a member of a Communist spy in Germany. Perhaps K Thompson, Who wants Fascism reed to fighl Communism n'l know this. Or perhaps he does. Yehudi Menuhin, internationally renowned violin virtuoso, will appear at thp Miami Beach Auditorium in concert on Thursday evening. January 29th. under the auspiceol the Bondof Israel ("am palgn. Although still only in his thir ties, Mr Menuhin has held a commanding position as one of the world's great musical artists for more than a quarter of a century. From his debut at the age of nine in New York, he has enthralled audiences of music lovers in every part of the world with the artistry and perfection -if his performances. Born in New York in 1916. the son of a Hebrew School teachei. Mr. Menuhin has studied with Sigmund Anker and Louis Persinger and has made professional appear ances with many of the great musical organizations of the world. His first appearance was before an audience of 6.000. when he played with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Following this concert, he travelled to Europe where he further studied under George Eneseo and Adolph Busch. While in Europe in 1929. he made his debut with the Berlin Philarmonic before an enchanted audience which included Albert Einstein. By the time he was eighteen, he had made a world plot on Adolf "^ •"'"*•'. ;• '•-•''• ... 1. i In"' sending pre releases and h V"."'. 2£f petitioning letters to the State by a Naal nidoctri, )op rlm nt an(| th( lllltt d Na H tched sides and tti i under arrest. A f y many di aths promoted to major rateful Fuehrer. Ri mi Q .. become • for the Socialist lie ... recently senttolM, to German Americans and to Germany. n i personable but no', politic.! vd A wiser for the sake of bis mission, would not become publicly identified with George Sylvester Vieroek, top German "propagandist Jl ^ '". 1>n :; ,n in two world wars and for over a es for calling the ;; ha f crrt||n h( #£* pou mids rro'Jj, l r A i^L f (i r lan nationalism. Nor Would GERMAN WAR CM* ^ ^^ wfth ,,,, rmiin Descent, as lions as valid He wrote Sec ( Thompson has Acli.-on that war criminals; But Thompson is ,h rewd en ou g h tin connected In th* popular to avojd charges o{ opon anti o Germany as men ^"n somitism. He admits that Jews left khu£ k 'A fv** 1 n U l n ? f "i Pre-war Germany in great numl r ,k th0 0 X e £r helm,n ? i hers. He does not deny that things % it of the People. They must had 0 Jews who rema ined. L, u ""^ dem f nds -. But. he argues, the Jews as vasi M, Th om P s n ,s h m, s als of a world-Jewish state, could £ Philosopher Ol sorts. He proper ,y mai „ ta in allegiance s .hat the spirit of our age ,„ HiUer regime demandint{ oy e resurgence of authority j aU t0 he Fatm r i an d. Therefore. 1 is antithetical to democracy. >li-m and Communism." the detriment of democracy, I'di he so glibly lumps toj I' with Communism—Thomp"a demon for work, a man mission. He says he has 'i.In. gets only four hours Jep a night, works without, [ensation "except for the peri satisfaction of being of service's no simple approach to >t how he got that way. 't'son was born in Orange, and had a pleasant enough I jod. His father, a successful Vork business man. provided n aterial comforts moderately Thompson went to Drew IMI concerts and raised millions of dollars. At the request f Gen he : %  : Forces into France and Bel ,m troops there Aiti %  the en I 'i the hostilities, Mennh n aped in all I iced 1 throughout Euri Hi;> p< Brance h %  J %  ii, highlight the I I and %  ion I Ih rill limited I lor I-r.u c %  .Mil, %  Mr Airnuhin ha given • K ading < %  I irinj thi • i ar, i;"-' udd, "thai thi i for seats has In most ca • than the caj acitj s \\ e urg i' • ryone to n re i rvation for thi early." i his Jan will mark the only w h< ance of thi violinist ii an-a. 1 4 mil4*4tv Tt> Svrw Sixth+Tvrm I >• j finite} Prvsidvni Th • la •' i • i tin ol 1952 was ; held by fhe Men's Fashion GuiJ of .Miami Beach at the Lo i Hotel in which the Guild re-eh (i\ir lender Jules Gillette as i : dent. In addition to Gillette, who will : serve hisixth consecutive term. Joseph Linn was re-elected vice president. Jack Silverman was rei turned as treasurer. Other officers are I,arry Hoffman, vice president, and Earl Pertnoy. secretary. Jewish chaplains^ Japan (photo al left) and in Korea (right) meet in religious retreats with Rabbi Aryeh Lev. director ol the Division of Religiojs Activities of the National Jewish Wei fare Board Rabbi LOV'B four-week miseion to Korea, Japan and other areas of the Far East Command was undertaken at the invitation of the US Department of Defense Durina his stay in the Far East. Rabbi Lev conferred with chaplains on their problem* and brought beck a detailed picture ol supply nd maraie needs. Rabbi Kvinvn Is \ isiiinif Miami Rabbi Abraham B. Reines. son of the founder and first president of the Mizrachi Organization and author of a series of classic and historic works, is visiting here at the Safra Guest House, Miami Beach. Rabbi Reines is in the midst of publication of three works, two of which will appear in Hebrew, Yiddish and English. One of these volumes is the first complete biography of the founder of Mizrachi and comprises a history of this Zionist organization's development. Young Adult Meeting Ed Klein, president of the Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces a meeting of the group on Wedneday evening. January' 7th, in the Social Hall of the Center. 1701 -WfcslMngton Avenue.



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PAC.I: an +Jels*n?rkfc2£_ FRIDAY. IA NUABV, 3,000 Persons View Official Opening Of Israel Exposition; Notables Give Greeting : v rh< %  •• %  • • '• '' %  V -. > N %  |M ,, S • y\ \ „ ,. ... an to **** .... m M. >•'. iVViVV .•! :?>• *v ...... • .%  %  %  •v'.' %  • • v .' %  \ %  • • .. %  .....'• ... • • \. .... > % %  h> a) .* % %  •• .V.KP • V*W*- %  V ....... .v -v, V %  %  %  %  Hi KIP" v -..; %  -,v aBBar wv %  ." > .V -v *%* r*>*rm* ... h I. %  .-.>. %  i i \ ... v V %  Our UN Newsletter B> ARTHUR LEWIS 19S2 Jtn-ih Telegraphic Ac. j^ %  .. \ • -. \ %  %  • • • ..... ... .... %  .. No DM k" i' Rot lintti Colon a a a d aspoai %  .-drnai toad %  i %  Will Itisiribmlf Jtirish 4mlemdmr %  %  %  %  %  s ... > %  %  V s %  • %  • -' I Ft ... • s s M*s c tits Lcjgnkf CIMMCS Offk*rs %  %  I NITED NATIONS Perhaps the best sign that h alai0a to a peace settlement in Palestine *s *? v Hoc Political Committees debate l, \hh,\? id thai Hi P** ct > P lan h d o^n widel) :-ubhc^?i articularly in the newspapers of Efypt and £ paptn ere full and without coo*! be taken into considerate.. i <"* \ m rejoiced over the election of '.Tieralfc that the Republicans would be : :e sym 7JJ it than the Democrats Vet. at the same U • nuitnj re that the new administration in W-h:npod : using its influence to bring at> jt dirw, the old adnunistratioD because of the Arab <&, ; er.t Truman Then the^e art the ore** cHe w f*! which have takan %  the Arab states since the last direct aswetiatiorn or n bt**mmnt after fever ntrant has fallen and military diet,. ban* taken tha.r place. These upheaval* r sympt om ^^ fownd dweontent a-nenf the are** m ew— ef the Arab MJ rb*ir da man d* htr referm. L>.-ae:: dejefates here have said prreatelT thathe> ^-> dictatorship, but the> believe that '•rr.eofra] %  %  1Mb DM of General Naguib in Egypt, are better ika< -_. A-i Jeg e n e xa H nhetorraoes which ruled haien ^ rc=ed a tot of hepe oa General S a fw ih and : %  '> nmy issanpciataaeBt as the Egyptian leader, and* fro.••:tu ? ^ -not shown any aapu o€ cwooeratiea m -/•tia* a has been the rewea se General Ka be Geraaaa resutntaon treaty in the knvnhftl '.i^M H i state o/ war wnh Israel con:.. jS -eiaed a inipefwt of Br treat set mej thrwagh the Soex Canal Sti: • ; • t f i \ isd fnfrttr.'* regieae which n nu< i .ygl m wxiua tinae that %  %  BJJ, .tieoaeaat as a to bra* •-?Oat a-ae geina tes i m iel • wm i Ut --z-^ nt ^eH ii^- i i n—i —i ii n i leaaea. •hiid SK. um esactty the lawah t* seaca, i %  •"•* % %  je: *a sawa *er lard—, he -a-crj z*: %  • -j-*a.* Has eanaaaaaaena — aoa %  t &f %  "w ar-waaVaan thnt tm r in i • %  %  -.**••• ** nM :**r f aae r*a. sere -Jaa: Ae sues oo>* taial -tre gees tiae the ether _.-^ach i -"* nuawr nnMeant rr.:* eeohlt ~w>t ^>e -it an the reaagnw .ifch n ha.sot aha '>* seec ij %  rnrhiia aeaaf frxcel? pet .'iweraaaeix i .-wens* H pert nf the kWic*-?: AnS I >>?£jea by lie Amh state-* as ur as th| % %  %  bBB aa %  avnwnwi. han fan* a hang •-nrii .oei j i> r — That rt-jnj* af thf Hi if here, aati "-i>& art-. ataeaaaat aa aavJe the .ua l u | • %  • atntCf VUiior L>>e>S hi ABeetvn ^~ ." leaaaa %  THE MAI &* .rraa • RthtSTRIP kND REC0DS MtOOOCEB IY YISHIVA UNIVERSITY PCR HOWE kND SCHOCL USE WiHat On 5ft



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•" 1 LY. JANUARY 2. 1953 J Congress Hits t Church Heads +Jewish HtrMtoii kv YORK (JTA>—The Amer(jewish Congress last week bed the recent statements is|by the Roman Catholic BishAmerica and the Protestant nal Council of Churches for fating the injunction of more religious instruction and at into public education "as Ituting a serious threat to the fional American principle of ation of church and state." Resolution, unanimously adopoday by 250 Jewish leaders ling the joint administration ?xccutive committees yearHi, cting at the Stephen Wise [ess House, critized the he Bishops for being "primconcerned with securing a of tax-raised funds for paroschool purposes" and the gtant group, though expressHherencc to the principle of |h ••tale separation, "as neverstriving to delimit its inflation so as to permit the %  lion of the time, premises or fulum of the public school li tur religious instruction or trination." 6 invocation of slate aid on 11 religion," the resolution will inevitably force citilc along religious lines over cither the financial assistance vartbouM receive from I funds r whose religion • ,i a g h t in the public in such a controversy, InT-dom. and are ultimate eaairming the rijjht of any to maintain tta own .i the Ameriresi msi -ts in its the integrity <>f the em must !><• isl any sectarian The resolution conplea to "all Amor !<>:i and • 1 ) unite in maintain ... Ic iniiolati : resolution, thAJi lit ret %  : .' Pra nie • ; ..' co mtriea within re now actively nti a un initional policy." The ;ed that the weapon • %  sm is being wieM d 'le a ,,t lor ecoti curry the favor litic elements in i and elsewhere, to hcriance with the enc%  I." n solution added, "those ire less, important than tences of ihia resort to anti-Semitism. There can be little doubt that Jews in the Corninform lands will now become the special victims of mounting suspicion and discrimination. The activities of Jewish institutions will be even more rigidly circumscribed and any hope of emigration to Israel has probably been wholly shattered." Civic Orchestra Will Give Free Concert Here In February A free symphony concert will be given by the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra on Monday, February 23rd, at the Miami Beach Auditorium, it was announced by the Friends of the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra here. It was also revealed at a meeting of the Friends late last week that Alfred A. Lesser has been appointed as executive director of the group. The Miami Beach City Council will assume the expense of the rental of the auditorium. Lesser •aid. Assistance of the local musician's union in paying the union musicians participating has also been obtained, according to the director. Other actions taken .by the group at its meeting included the com pletion 'if arrangements for a mu sicale scheduled m \t Wedneadaj fA the Miami Beach Elementary School ami the appointment of Dr. Michael HorwHz and Mrs Ethel ..on as co-chairmen of the Wsiys and Means Committee. Mrs. Sylvia Flaunt and Mrs .\do line Haiduck have been named cochairmen of the Entertainment Committee. Sidney A. Stciner and rt Bromberg are c • chair men of the Publicity Committi i and Miss Edna Finberg and Mrs. Etamona Horwit? will be > i chairmen of the Journal Commit Judge Spoet Will Head Beach Bar Association The Seventh Annual Installation Dinner of the Miami Beach Bar Association will be held Thursday, 6 p.m.. "at the Latin Quarter. Palm Island. Judge Harold Spaet will be installed as president, according to Harry Arthur Greenberg, chairman. Judge Spaet succeeds H a rr y Zuckernick. Greenberg also indicated here that Circuit Judge George E. Holt will be installing officer. Others elected are Simon Englander, 1st vice president; Godfrey K. Newman, 2nd vice president; Gerald J. Klein, secretary; and Richard E. Gerstein, treasurer. PAGE 3B 3 Judge Spet U of M Thanks Press, Public An expression of appreciation, for the county-wide expressions of sympathy at the recent death of-) President Bowman F. Ashe, of the University of Miami, has been issued to the press, other institutions and the general public by the University's Board of Trustees. Speaking as a body, the Board adopted the following Resolution: j "RESOLVED, that the Board of j Trustees of the University of Mi-' ami extends thanks, on behalf o{ the University, to all those sister institutions, the press, the general student body, the ROTC and the many individuals whose message; of sympathy and condolence and whose thoughtful services have helped to ease the sorrow resulting from the recent loss of our beloved President, Dr. Bowman Foster Ashe." Dr. Ashe died here on December 16th, at the age of 67. Complete and JbependaUe offle Setorice M IAMI TITL£ ; tQtetractCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE! Board Discusses Budget The Greater Miami Jewish Federation Board of Governors met Tuesday evening at the Bureau of Jewish Education to review requests of all agencies applying for inclusion on the allocation listing of Miami's 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Till* Insurance Plidf of Kansas City Till*'Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserve* Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 32.900 THRIFTY MEMBERS OF THE DADE FEDERAL SAV3NGS FAMILY ARE NOW SHARING IN TOTAL DIVIDENDS of $400,000.00 ON THEIR SAVINGS FOR THE LAST 6 MONTHS OF 1S52 Chesed Shel Emess Plans Installation S terhood Chesed Shel I will meet on Uonday afternoon, January 5th. 1:30 p.m., at the Beth El Congregation. Plans for the croup's Annual Installation will be aside at that time. Mis. Israel Goldberg, president, aa well as the entire slate of officers, has been unanimously re tlectcd. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Samuel Krolouit/. DOG RACING NIGHTLY Oxtrjii Suiiflav) West Tlaqlffi KENNELlUB ttfui 9&ih$t. at 3]tt a****., 4$* POST 8 P.M. ADM. 25c Why don't you join your neighbors in this sale and profitable savings plan? Your savings in DADE FEDERAL are INSURED up to SI0.000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and EARN dividends twice a year for you at the current rate of 2'2o per annum. 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JANUARY 2. 1953 +• %  Jewish nvrktian PAGE 5 B = he Sabbath Its Meaning For Modern Man by Dr. Abraham J. Heschel PART II \r they looked upon was consumed by the fire yes. Thereupon a voice En exclaimed:—Have ye destroy My world? Retir cave! returned and dwelled her twelve monUis: for, [the punishment of the hell lasts only twelve He twelve months had an end. the voice was heaven saying: from your cave! ,.j went out. Wherever bar hurt. Rabbi Shimeon (id Rabbi Shimeon: if only we two remain This, then, is the answer to the problem of civilization not to flee from the realm of space; to work with things of space but to be in love with eternity. Things are our tools; eternity the Sabbath, is our mate. Israel is engaged to eternity. Even if they dedicate six days of the week to worldly pursuits, their soul is claimed by the seventh day. Technical civilization is the product of labor, of man's exertion of power for the sake of gain, for the sake of producing goods. It begins when man. dissatisfied with what is available in nature, becomes engaged in a struggle with the forces of nature in order to enhance his safety and to increase his comfort. To use the .* && %  :: ": nd the solution of the lay in study and prayer Ban in geometry and engiShimeon's doctrine doeThere is only heaven ng else; but heaven conhim and said: There is %  nd everything else. His TmniT was sharply broken Poice: Have ye •merged to imy World? What Rabbi decried, the Voice ennot until Rabbi Shimeon I-on came out o{ tne caye |nd of their second period V that their minds were ><• to the idea that the f* s s "!e of heaven is worth >n. What caused the tf mind? I the "old man" -symbolizJeople of Israel—who went y-'t the Sabbath with myr" hand as if the Sabbath ride. language of the Rible,-the task of civilization is to subdue the earth, tt have dominion over the beast. Is our civilization a way to disaster, as many of us are prone to believe? Is civilization essentially evil, to be rejected and condemned? The faith of the Jew is not a way out of this world, but a way of being within and above this world: not to reject but to surpass civilization. The Sabbath is the day on which we learn the art of surpassing civilization. The solution of mankind's most vexing problem will not be found in renouncing technical civilization, but in attaining some degree of independence of it. What are the kinds of labor not to be done on the Sabbath? They are, according to the ancient rabbis, all those acts which were necessary' for the construction and furnishing of the Sanctuary in the desert. The Sabbath itself a sanctuary which we build, a sanctuary in time. Why are the Eighteen Benedictions not recited on the Sabbath? It is because the Sabbath was given to us by God for joy, for delight, for rest, and should not be marred by worry or grief. Should there be a sick one in the household, wc might remember this while reciting the benediction: "Heal the sick," and would become saddened and gloomy on the Sabbath day. It is for this same reason that we recite in the Sabbath grace after meals the request that "there be no sadness or trouble in the day of our rest." It is a sin to be sad on the Sabbath day. THE SPLENDOR OF SPACE An allegorical interpretation of an ancient debate. The Time: about the year 130. The place: Palestine. The people present: Three leading scholars and one outsider. The place and the people under the dominion of the Roman Empire. Rabbi Judah ben Ilai, Rabbi Jose, and Rabbi Shimeon ben Yohai were sitting together, and with them was a man called Judah ben Gerim. Rabbi Judah opened the discussion and said:—How fine are the works of this people (the Romans)! They have made roads and marked places, they have built bridges, they have erected bathhouses. Rabbi Jose was silent. Then Rabbi Shimeon ben Yohai replied and said:—All that they made for themselves. They made roads and market places to put harlots there; they built bridges to levy tolls for them; they erected bathhouses to delight their bodies. Judah ben Gerim went home and related to his father and mother j all that had been said. And the report of it spread until it reached the government. Decreed the government: —Judah who exalted us shall be exalted; Jose who was silent shall go into exile; Shimeon who reviled our work shall be put to death. When Rabbi Shimeon heard of the decree, he took his son Rabbi Eleazar with him and hid in the House of Learning. And his wife came every day and brought him steathily bread and a jug of water. When Rabbi Shimeon heard that men were searching for them and trying to capture them, he said to his son: —We cannot re.y upon a worn i an's discretion, for 'he can easily be talked over. Or perhaps she may be tortured until she discloses our place of concealment So they went together into the f eld and hid themselves in a cave. %  0 that no man know what had become of them. And a miracle hap pened: a carob tree grew up inside the cave and a well of water opened, so that they had enough to eat and enough to drink. Thi-y took off their clothes and sat up to their necks in sand. The whole day they studied Torah. And when the I time for prayer came, they put [ their clothes on and prayed, and | then they put them off and again dug themselves into the sand, so that their clothes should not wear I away. Thus they spent twelveyears in the cave. When the twelve years had come to an end. Elijah the prophet cam-? and. standing at the entrance of the cave, exclaimed: —Who will inform the son ot* Yohai that the emperor is dead and his decree has been annulled'.' When they heard this, they emerged from the cave. Seeing the people plowing the fields and sowing the seed, they exclaimed:— These people forsake eternal life and are engaged in temporary life! (Copyright 1951 by Abraham J. Heschel. Published by Farrar. Straus & Young, Inc.. New York, in cooperation with the United Synagogue of America. Reproduced by American Jewish Press, News and Feature Service of the American Association of EnglishJewish Newspapers in conjunction with the National Sabbath Observance Effort as a public service of the United Synagogue of America i Jewish Issni Invoked In Italy ROME (JTA)—The fact that the^ernment financial assistance for Catholic Church in Italy gave sanethe building of Catholic Churches tuary to some Jews and other minj an*! parish houses, according to orities during the Nazi-Fascist per-' proponents of a bill now before the secutions of Jews and political opItalian Parliament to spend $12,ponents entitles it to receive gov-1 000,000 for this purpose. Zionists Resign From French l.roiio PARIS (JTA) — Many Zionists resigned have begun to form a new and a number of non-Zionists have, veterans organization. After the resigned from the Executive of the war the veterans group reached a French Jewish Veterans Organiza tion following a difference of opinion over the attitude which the group should take toward the peak membership of 4.000. One small group of Communists, estimated at about 100. eventually gained control of the group's polPrague trial. The members who icy. Hiscnhfiwor Thanks National Fund NEW YORK (JTA)—President i the day after General Eisenhower's elect Dwight Eisenhower has asked the Jewish National Fund of election to have a tree planted in Israel in his honor. The letter to the .JNF asked that the PresidentAmerica to convey his thanks to 0 ) PC f s appreciation be conveyed to Ifrs. Sarah Goodman, of San Francisco, who made arrangements on MrGoodman "for her thoughtfulness." Fast tiprinanK MoliVve Jew Of Office? LONDON (JTA)—Arnold Zweig. 65-year-old world famous German novelist and prominent Zionist in pre-Nazi Germany, has been relieved of his duties as president of the Academy of Arts of East Germany at his own request, the press reported here. Zwig, who fled i Germany during the Nazi era, I spent two years in Palestine. AI! though an ardent Zionist, he ap1 parently felt keenly his exile from I the German reading public and j after the war returned to GerI many. j "\Si-ari" Bomb Is Hurled In Tel Aviv TEL AVIV (JTA) — A "scare" bomb was hurled at the Communist Club in this city. There were no> casualties or damage to the build



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IjANUARY 2, 1953 *Jmisi)ntrHlnr) PAGE 7 B JGIOUS DIRECTORY ITH ISRAEL HEBREW fE will hold Friday eveIces at 5 p.m. Saturday [services are at 9 a.m., bi Isaac Ever officiating issing: Existence And cha is at 4:45 p.m., fol'Shalos Seudos under the [of Aaron Orshorn. The II preach on the Weekly )aily services are at 9 at 5 p.m. I • [MIAMI JSWISH CENTER Friday evening cervices \.xs\. Late services are at with Rabbi Alfred Wax |ciating and assisted by ireslow. His parents. Mr. Irving Breslow, will be [the Oneg Shabbat. Satur|inn services are at 9 a.m., tiael Breslow will become k;.h Rabbi Waxman will tie confirmand. Mincha is followed by a class in and Shalos Seudos. • • rwoOD JSWISH COMCENTER will hod Friin^ services at 8:30 p.m. [morning and Junior Con-ervices are at 9:30 a.m. lices are at 9 a.m. • BEACH JSWISH CENild late Friday services i.m., with Rabbi Irving Ificiating. Guest speakRabbl Solomon I. Mose-1 cron, Ohio. Cantor David uill chant the musical' the liturgy, assisted by rr Choir. Saturday morn cr Shmaryahu Swlrxky. Orthodox. MO BW 17th Ave.. Miami. Bath Jaeab—Rabbi Mourn Meat-heloTf, Orthodox, 3il-3l I Wash. Aw., M n Beth Shelom—Rabbi l^>on Kronlah, Liberal. 4141 Cliiiae Ave M H Bath Tfllah—Rabbi Joaeph Rarkov"ky, Orthodox, SSI Kurlid Ace.. Miami Reach. Coral Gable.—Rabbi Morrla Kkop. liberal. 320 Palermo Av.'.. C. Oablee. Downtown Svnp-"n orthodox 133 NW 3rd Ave.. Miami. Flagler.oranada—.,„ .> vV 5]g t Place. Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander Qroaa, Orthodox. 1* Sth St.. MB. Hialeah-Miami Springs — Reverend I^o Helm. Ml E. 4th Ave.. Hl.ileah. Hollywood—R.'lhbl Jacob MOIIIK. Conaervallve. 21130 Polk Bt Hollywood. Israelite Canter — Rabbi Abraham Saiha, Tonarrvatlve. 319H SW 24th Tar., Miami. Kneaath Israel—Rabbi Abraham Caaael. Orthodox. 1415 Kuclld Ave.. Miami Reach. Miami Beach—Rabbi Irvine; !,*hrmnservatlve. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Cables. Must Reason Together, will be the subject of a discourse to be delivered by Mrs. Harry Laufer. Sisterhood president. Rabbi Shapiro will preach on the topic: Facing The New Calendar Year. The Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz. Floral offering will be by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. • a • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15! p.m. Saturday morning services will be conducted by Rabbi Alex-1 ander Gross. Scheduled guest' speaker is Rabbi Samuel H. Prero, of the Young Israel Synagogue, j Detroit, Michigan. Oneg Shabbat for children will be at 3 p.m., under the direction of Mrs. Alexanj der Gross. Cantor Jacob Tambor will conduct an afternoon class in : Liturgical Music. Also scheduled for the afternoon is a Post Grad;, uate Discussion Group led by the' Rabbi. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and 5:15 p.m. • • a ISRAELITE CENTER will hold' early Friday services at 5:30 p.m.; Late services are at 8:15 p.m., and j will be conducted by Hy Morris, president of the Center, and Ben Kata, CantonGuest speaker will be Rabbi Louis Cassel, of New York City. On Oneg Shabbat sponsored by the Sisterhood will follow. Saturday services are at "8:30 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 9:30 a.m., followed by Kiddush. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. see TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Dr. Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: Should There Be Clemency For The Rosenbergs. Religious school sessions will resume on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. • a • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and discuss: Will The New Year Bring A New Exodus. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when the Bar.Mitzvah of Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steinberg, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portion of the liturgy. • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Guest of honor will be Chaplain James A. Boston.' of the Pratt General Veterans Hospital. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Facing Life And Death. Saturday morning services are at 10:30 a.m.. when boys of the j Post Bar Mitzvah Class will assist! Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Ir-| ving Robinson in the Torah service and Kiddush. see ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will \ hold regular services Friday at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. Arthur Deutsch. chairman of the Religious Com-, mittee. will speak on the Weekly | Portion. The Oneg Shabbat will be | sponsored by the Sisterhood. Serv-1 ices will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and will be followed by a Kidi dush. a a a MIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will conduct Friday evening sen ices at 8:30 p.m.. with Reverend Leo Heim officiating. The Center Choir will assist. Louis Schwartz! man, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speaker. Subject of his i discourse is scheduled as: Judaism And Democracy. Mr. and Mrs. William Kncapler will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their son's Bar Mitzvah. Mrs. Kneapler will bless t h e Sabbath candles. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m., when Stephen Kneapler will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv. a a a NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and discuss: A Living Faith. Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:45 a.m., when Mickey Matthew, son of Mrs. Anna B. 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PAGE 8 B fJe^islfkridi^r_ raiDAY-JANUAP T Manufacturers Meet Dr. Gamoran To Address Bureau Meeting %X$S&* Here Symposium On Values Of Summer Camp Manufacturer. L'nil 'i : | "' hmfw* i) Dr. Emanuel Gamoran. education director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will address a general membership meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education on Monday. January 5th. 8 15 p.m.. at 135 NW 3rd Avenue Dr. Gamoran will be one of the three-member symposium on Educational Values In The Summer Camp. With him will be Seymour B. Liebman, local attorney. ; of Jewish Education secretarj Zionist leader, who will present the communit) point of view; and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky, who will present a parent's point of ueu Benjamin Meyers, president ol the Bureau, will act as chairman Dr. Gamoran has been enj in educational activity since 1914 when he became director of the it} Res| Circle of Jewish Children in Amer v ... to discuss Status er v S s KM the Jewish scb ami His topic will ica. In 1924. he received the PhD ree at Teachers College ColumL'niversitj He hasinc assumed outstar ling posit neral educ; tMfe he entered his present | Dr. Gai is acl tnunal life as I the ious Education Association, Hebrew F Council 'M J6wish ... H women ro Highlight of numerous ks Thrift Sho?) Vt'tivitV M, % %  i • fl* and Women's Vpi *nedJewl lll(1 njjatiom meeting a t a luncheon on Tuesda} at the Seven Seas Restaurant, it ha' bj Chairman John t'in „ General Tra '" ttended the lun tline plans for participal H I %  it ol Jev %  titutions H f Stylcraft Irossi Inivuranep Firm Bernard Segal, former Jewish ,„,: worker, has joined the York Life Insurance Com er Building. Miami. ilizes in Life. Accident, and Mn-pitalization Insurance Segal was briefly associated with the Vckerman Insurance Agency Provident Life and Accident Insurance tjomp^ signing from the E!L 1 Community, enter aT'J* rector. •'*•; ADRIArTS^ Real Eit.t. ConsaH., I 203 First Fed,,,, jj PHONE 377H THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI present JANUARY 3rd 4th ographs. • In Thursda} January 15th. Dr oran will address %  !.. of educational commit rid ; Mrs Section %  has % %  Flagler Schedules New Musical Comedy Here r\ %  %  %  25th st Placi ted b\ S I ItusUin Forum To Air Trials For t tonight \\ Subject rill bi (he %  % %  press nst Is The Bar Mitzvah of Alcn Bore nstein. son ci Mr. and Mrs. Murray Borer.ste::-., 194! I Avenue, took place or. Satvr. ray at the Miami Beach Fewiah Center. Rabb: Irv. man officiated. Ale:attei Ihe Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Centex and the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School. %  Appearing %  : hwarti for %  %  Miami Sisterhood Holds Party For Talmud Torch .... and Congregatioi • v, "•uary 7th. 8 : %  Synagogui are earmi mud Torah MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverised Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED They're s crisp, fresh and Itfht — they're a special delight! MANISCHEWITZ AMERICAN MATZOS 1 iiriMiim ii ii i m |[ MJ Distributed by || : *• ^^^^^^^ pjij^ 1733 N.W. 7th ATenu. HM ra€le *d Co. Phone 9^456 m ?RgSRadio Personality Jacob Schachter Dirtctor NORMAN R. LYONS and Full GAMELAN Orchestra ANAK AGUNG GDI MANDtRA, Oi.rctor Staged by JOHN (C • i %  '" ..t the l*nivei • -••• %  • MIAMI l:KV II l:A Z Florida's First And Only 0 Dog Track Equipped With 5 Toblisators At E Mutuel Window %  AST TIME WtP.I II RACES NICITll DAILY DOUBLE 1st 12. QUINIELASEVEKTI No Minors Admit**! BISCAYNE,^* Come this (feat to |S ; *.!• MM t...f„, ut!. wjy— K.r, ilb, ar, WSoW, *•• &f CON0A0O (EACH HOTEL M J, .. ,; 9 M CO.-U.K~ < o d .orld ..mo.pk.r, .*d rxod*rn c.vo>8oe-. Airco-MSitiOBtd o...t oomi wit j, ,,;,., ^.H, „,j (feoxr • • (•MortiMy. gr.oo.il, .,„„..d. Enjoy tk. .oyi •-. '^ t MCrH-f. i.,r>,. rll .:,(,; ba.utifwlly ldopo. fro**.!— '••••• l, c K. u (, *•'•' pool, c.b.i,,, '•••Ii COWHI ocl.;i K oyr diB ;. € ; dOKdll,. Cor.,„MM tO Kill,, ,;,,,; %  .••, 90ll ..d M. •"• njlrt,,,;,,.



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\ r. JANUARY 2. 1953 -JeHlstncrkUan id Stephen Kantor, son 1 and Mrs. Bernard Kan33 Venetian Way, was litzvah at the Miami Jewish Center on SatRabbi Irving Lehrman led. The Bar Mitvzah is lent at the Riverside Academy. Rotary Functions Are Viewed By Smathers At Luncheon Meeting Frank Smathers, Jr., will address members of the Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591, B'nai Brith. on Tuesday, 12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel. Subject of Smathers 1 talk is: The Rotary And The Part It Plays In Our Community Life. The function is part of the Lodge's weekly luncheon meetings according to George J. Talianoff president, and Gershon S. Miller! chairman. PAGE 9 B >an Nominates lehrew Free Loan Associa| Creator Miami will meet Bay evening, January 5th, pun Branch of the Greater lewish Community Center |t nominations of officers new year, according to Isihwartz, president. Group Changes Name The Miami Circle of the Companions of Forest of America will now be called the Shirley B. Kahn Circle, 1714. of the Companions of Forest of America. Meetings will be held on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the American Legion Hall Post No. 85, 1828 Alton Road. A Card Party will be held on January 8th. 8 p.m., at the hall. SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS AM TO IJH'K & HARDWARE EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at 1304 N. E. 2nd Artnu. p hone 9 3144 MIAMI HEALTH FOOD CENTRE YOUR UPTOWN CROSSTOWN HEALTH FOOD SHOP Diabetic. Slenderizing and Salt-Free Food* ce. r .r, < i. y0 F U i „'. n •*!&££ "?'* p oods. Food Supplement,. Health Acf,'": VF e S ,a i. r "" Steel Cooking Ware. Lending Library, Books, Organic Compost Fertilizer Bacteria Processed. Mr n .r.. 81 iu N r W £ ,h STHEET MIAMI 38. FLORIDA Margaret M. Ehrl.ne. Director Telephone 7-7502 General Repair on all Make Trucks and Care Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Painting Free Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service Phones 3-22<4, 2-6632 840 sw 8th 8treM Air Dancers Of Bali Mrs. Marie Volpe will have Fred C. Schang. president of the Columbia Concert Management and manager of the Dancers of Bali, and Professor Dunning Idle, visiting Professor of Government at the University of Miami who spent two years in Indonesia, at her round table discussion on the Dancers of Bali tonight. 9:45 p.m., over station WKAT. Steven R. Steinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Steinberg, 1761 Cleveland Road, Miami Beach, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, January 3rd, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Kronish will officiate. Steven is a student in the 7th grade at Nautilus School. pel Sorin In [wood Concert ally known concert pianlel Sorin will be presented pormancc of musical works lay evening, January 6th, buth Broward High School |uin in Hollywood. kneert is sponsored by the pic Association there, sers to be performed by "ill include Gluck. Bach. en. Chopin, Brahms. Dohnpeniz, Cranados. Bartok, Rachmaninoff and Liszt. Banist is the son of Mrs. fill Bild, of 1771 SW 4th Miami. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM we am COMVAIOCKMCJ %  OMCCASU ef oe Solvr Importer of Alligator Goodt Samuel Sorin South American Souvenirs 215 LINCOLN ROAD 2201 COLLINS AVENUE Phones 5-4330 — 58-3579 Miami Convalescent Home Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Service. Special Diets Strictly Observed. Private and Semi-Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S.W. 12th Avenue Phones 2-5437 and 9-0278 Can Save an American Life! 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PAGE 10 B FRIDAY. JANUA RY •> %  Calls Community To Support March Of |,i„u. Campaign Openin,Januar> i nd m ( ^ A call t ""' Greater Miami community to lend outstanding Kupport ithe 1953 March d Dimes Campaign beginning < %  J" uan 2nd, ".;sounded this week i„ Robert Pentiand. Jr.. Campaign director has conducted i ipecW icUvtt) t" raise aboul M.000 i >'•' %  •l„ Miami Beach. MrUllian Wolfe heads the annual group M hotel parties for the MUm. *ch ,,,,,,.I Association Mid !•' LEGAL HOTICE LEGAL NOTICE •While we cannoi sel Campaign ^ |Mrtli s ,„„ k ,„ $50,000. Pent goals In each municipalit) In ili<, u exp iained area, we can seek the sort of supuo vi ., |e df „ have port which will .-nab!.' us lo reacn ianj .,,.„,. ,„ the Moth our goal > been cspeciall) ictive in the Moth ,-r-' March On Polio, the countj Prntland pointed oul that man> eho ., r eoUcction slated (or .„-,.,, ol the cit) make wonderful ;l) fni n ,„ B ,, ,„ .pect.1 contributions^to the Man ^ ^ w prf • b> the Dade Count) fhspte' N Infantile Paralysis He the Chapter spenl W06.0 the job We kepi hall of he S3 plus which we raised la*l %  SI IP : sen) %  > back 11 5 000 anJ we now owe VJ Holly^ 11 .%  nv .... ••• ,• tableaux highlight .n 1. V .-%. /wood Fetes Chanika. Nativity Some 3.0O0 persons ncssed the Second Vnnual Yute Pa i ... %  hi ,, rhe even! was sports Jewish Cathol i -. % %  iips there %  \ ...-. Kjfbi Honig passed •••> •• ** I, T. ,.-... DMA •' %  • "••* rr.'c. to '"•*• • •' %  %  •" ,-. .i <•. %  .•<• • %  '• %  • %  j f • •••...• %  i V 1 %  %  •'. %  S>dr NOTK No 1554*5 I & %  X • P.. WA..TK J ...... %  i IN %  • \ A F N L D OR>DA. INI CHANCERY. NO. 155374 l XN K MARIE UATNER l*Mlfl ^ • f I-,. MAX %  H S "-"'.he ., llulMJLEGAL KOTICE NOTICK UNDEVT^TTNAME LAW IT t NOTICE is HI .. i y ,.„. 1 th* underalirnr.l. 0>v. r | n ^l I, lnlnCM in,... : ill. • ... '"^ IIKI'TllH'K U H %  %  .. y HERM W I Court wit] Hoi I'|.' M r MtElM. • r NOT Cl KfcTiT.OUS NAVE LAW | :\ l.N t..l • •-..in \i i kiR %  I-JTE w lh I. %  M ..Mil. I IUIM i Co m or %  N • M vx ItKKNHI WXBKM SJAMIN %  HKCTOR-8 BAR AN N. K. lxl A., n • s IIJ > %  MCtotar aaM r.. ','!V %  m 2S. c STKI'HKS ? Sl^ Altorn.y for \. I S W 22n.l NOTICE UNDER nc^r; NAVE LAW NOTICE is ,, v ,... the undaralaiM "' llUHlni-fH UIKI. : • CLAIRE s • ThrxH Avonoo, A lill. nilf. til r. i Hi.I'lerfc • %  I: County, Pio MARX M l.v Attornoy for •. 412 I'nncr. i 11 l>M : i tit -a 1 Eh *. i, •ml I % %  in ( „ 1 I'vlllat] -• mimj I* ib (j I t*dt, > I £ 0 %  • V NOTICI ••1 t- c CTifiOUS NAME LAW \ :N not i %  %  • • • N NOTICE UNDER FiCTlTo NAVE LAW NOT1CK is HI kt I V ,;i V | thf uml^i Mi^ri*'I 0 liu^ine^f UIKI.: BAB MANi Miami B. :Mei *id li ih^ Clroull i KlortiU. MILUKKD C. CAI WRIN8TEIX, •Ti\ WKIX.-Ti Attoraoya ; %  %  i-J — IN THE CIStCLiT ELEVENTH JLD AND FOR D; FLORIDA. I No tRTHCB Til' u MAR1 >r i %  Lgn %  r*lnn %  • 7 1 CE A WCLPERT FEATURES \ i-ii >r;ii!:ii idvertisrd Hrands' SAMSON Cca MOHAWK b • t I x, P ...... •, ^ ^ • "* ^ ?r ^ %  • JrWOLPERT'S Help > ou Make Your House a Home W0LPERT FURNITURE CO. I D I CCRAL VHXX •. THE [ %  FOR o*:N mUMMUt %  v ATTENTION ATTORNET] -'-esi Pric^ — QuIdMs! i>B*^ South Floridc Call :h JEWISH nOBDlAH a



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)AY. JANUARY 2. 1953 Jewish IkrMian \ LEGAL NOTICE JOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW vrU'E IS HKRKIIY (IlVEN that wdersagned, desiring to snS>S* uj In, of September. A.I> 112*. hae ...nir in my office, and hae made ration for a tax deed to be IssuSald Certificate embraces I %  v. n;: described property In jn t> of Ide. State of Florida. 17 A IX. Illork 26. Fulford amis. .Second Addition, rial • Page 103. lying and being rhTown of Ninth Miami, Ij of Dude, Male of Florida. .,--.s>inelit of said property Hi, said certificate was In the .1 Inknown. 9 said certificate shall be rerdllUJ I" law. the property herein will be sold to the • 1.1,1.1.1 at the Court House :i the first Monday 111 the month I!-:,:i. which is the 2nd iry, lilt, ,| tin— 17th day of December, 1: n LEATHERMAX. clerk of Circuit Court, Dole County. Florida. • Seal) ID N C BTERRETT, I %  puty Clerk ICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED chapter |.\M %  %  V N .\ 11 20722 — Acti of 1941 File A-17635 HEREBY GIVEN that I. \V KIEGEU holder of nth Miami 'I'M Sale Ccr22, Issued the 7th day •l\ has tileil same in %  I has made application lta\ deed in he Issued thereon embraces the followI ; i operty in the < 'ounty %  '.,:• of I ,I,I ula, to-wit: ? Block 21, Pulford llands, Second Addn.. Section ownshlp 52 South, Range 42 I Mat H ok 8, Pafe 103. iii the of North Miami, County of State of Florida. lament of said property I the -.11.1 certificate was In the lol Win. MvArlhur. %  Id 1 111 tin. ate shall be reld according to law, the property e.| herein will be sold to the. bidder at the Court House 1 the first Monday In the month maty. I9SJ, which Is the 2nd February, 19."i3. il this 17th day of December, i: I! l.EATHKHMAN, Ink of Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida. Court Real) lly N. C. STERRETT, Deputy Clerk I 2-| N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELE A V M E r, NT c H rJ UD .' CIAL CIRCUIT 75 A ^D FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 1M74t-C JOHN v DUGOAN, Plaintiff vs. MA SSlV.2i, 0 L 5AN "efen.l.i nt TOi?1g^.W,ru A?N UCAT,ON 200S K. Main Street Chattanooga, Tennessee ,1, I"' .. A ,! !K < "BRfBY NOTIFIED that .. BID of Complaint for Divorce has been fled agalnet you In Ihi above entitle, 1 .,• and you are required to serve a copy of y M Ur ..i !".*' '" "" iU '•' CoZptalnl on Plaintiffs attorney, and fll. the o/lglnal in the office ol the ci. rk f Circuit Court on or before the lay of January, If.:,-. „th. a Decree 1 ro c.nfesso will be 1 against you. This notice shall be published 01)041 f*!U?2* k ..£?J '" u '' consecutive weeks In THE JfcWISH FLOKIIMAX Dated at Miami, Florida, this HO, day of December, 152 E B. LEATHEILMAX, (Seal) C "' '" ircu Courl By: M. I" OREEN ot ,s-.„.. Deputy Clerk BF.lt.NARI> S. MAMiLKIl Attorney for Plaintiff 104 Incniham Building Miami, Florida 1 2,19-26 — !/- NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 224-B In Re: ESTATE OP i. A ??VPi. A E^CEI., Deceased ro All creditors and All persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of jou. are hereby notified ajid required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have, against the estate of AWM'II A KNOEU de'i.i-eii 1.ii,. of Dad* County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their office 111 the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the HIM publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date December IS, AD 1952. LILLIAN < >DZ As Administratrix Cum Teetamento Annexo of the Estate of A .I'll A. I;M;KI,. I ii ceased. GEORGE .1 TAI.IAXi.FI ESQ. At tome) for Administratrix 12 19-it — 1/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTICEBY 1 PUBLICATION ELE A E £ T e^i U £'. CIAL CIRCUIT. IN ] IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE It i: To. she AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 455302 IH.ANCHK Al'AMs, Plaintiff. vs. £ l J.'' LIVAN ,l "IDefendants. ORDER OF PUBLICATION E, ,G SI'LI.IVAN and BTTA >l M.IVAN, his wife, Realden %  unknown JI.IA K SULLIVAN and 81 1.1.I\ AX. ber husband, if I* married. nee unknown And also, all of the unknown heirs, di i 1... 1 grantees, legatees, assignees. Ilenors, creditors or other claimants claiming In or through, under or agajusl any of the ahov, And also, all unknown parties and claimants having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest in and to the following described real property k.cated and situate,-lying and being In the ounty of Dude, state of Florida, to-wit: Lot 32. in l:l,„ k 14 of HUH. LAND PARK according, to the ula 1 thereof, recorded In Dial Ida. Page 13, of the Public ids of Dade^Couiity. FI01 YOU AND KAi'H OF* TOO are hereby ordered and required to file your appearance on or before the 21st day of January, 1953. in the above, styled cause now pending In the Circuit t ourt of the Klev.nth Judicial Circuit In and for Dade County, FWida. Miami ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 155012 HART DeKlI.IPl'ls, iiaintiff, vs. JACK DeFTLII'PIH, Defondant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JACK DePlLIPPlS Resilience I'nknown You. JACK DeFlLlPPIH. are H. 1 ..-I notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against > Mi and you are required to serve a cony „„. you / A """"' r or Pleading to the Bill of (oiupktint <,n the plaintlftr Attorney, GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, -*-'" Lincoln iload. Miami lieach, FlolIda. and file the original Answer or Heading In the offn. Clerk of the circuit Court on ,r before the iii day of January, n<:,.; H you fall to do so. Judgment by default will he taken again si >,, u for the relief Demanded In the Hill of Complaint 1 his notice shall be published o-u-p each we, k for fou. consecutive weSka %  %  X5§ W >8H FJU'RIDIAN. ,? %  >'^• 1 "K'JWIEU at Miami. AJJ 1132 "' '' Pc nrt "-r I." B. LEATHEHMAX, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade county, Florida. (Circuit (our! Seal) By It. 11. RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk. GEORC.K .1. TALIANOPFAttorney for Plaintiff 420 Lin LEGAL NOTICE In Chancery, wherein M. Blanche Adams Is plaintiff and the abuv opined parties, yourselves and others, are defendants, and In default of such ajp.arance ,i decree pro confess,, will be entered ijgainst you. KaiiJ cause was Institutedfor the purpose of ouletlng title to th abovedescribed property, as will mpro fully appear from the hill of cojooUmt filed In the office of the Clrk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. This ordei shall be published ouce Florida Dated, this lth day of December, 19J2. EJ i: I.KATHKKMAX, Cl.ik i.| the Ciicull Court By \VM. \v. sr.vcKixi;, !•• puty Clerk WEPMAN ncoln Road lieach, Florida i2/:.-i-* — 1,2 TICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED er 20722 — Acts of 1941 File A. 17645 is HEREBY GIVEN that HI\V. 8IEUEL, holder of North Miami Tax Sal,. <>i il" red 12S2 and 12s..'. b 1 1 I daj of September, A.I>. • I am in my office, and application for a tax deed yid In Certificate No %  pi %  ["he assessment ,,f Sill ,| [>v. 11 under the 1 was In I said cerllfltbe name of 2S, mil Block 26. FulFocond Addition, -. Page lot, lying and •I" I own of Xortb Ml' l of Dad.-, .stai,,,f brsosd in Certlfl1 he asasssinsnt of D under the -..id dried .is in the name K tin w Is, •• %  : .'i i„ re%  law, Uv \ d in rein will be 1 %  "'•I.-: at the ',; in House ".'* nda) a Ih, \ D, IMJ. which iruary, AI %  ". da; of Deeen b< r, ';, B. LEATHBRMAN, 1. ad, County, Klo Seal) 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. MacCLL'RE vs. J1AXITA DeZAMoUA MacCl.lRi: c o 1 ,i,,i ., 1 lavldson Naval Base, South Carolina SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: .1.1.in,'. 1 DeZatnora MacClure You nre hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. STEPHEN K. KESSLER, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lth day of January. 1V53. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the. relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THF: JFJW1SH FI/iRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDKRF:i> at Miami. Florida, ibis Kth day of December. A.D. 1VJ2. E. B. LEA THERM AN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) I'.v WM W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk II 1H-26 — 1/2-9 WARREN Atti 1 ney for Plaintiff 4'.T Biscayn Kuilding Miami, Florida 12/26 — I 2.!-i6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslneaa under the fictitious name o( FLAMINGO RESORT WEAR SHOP, at ,19 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Int.-nd to rec 1 name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida CHARLES HUMAN IRVlXi; WE8TIN STANLEY M PltKD Attorney for Applicants SI4 Seybold Illdg. 12/12-19-26 — 1/2 L^ J.tt K ., C,RCU,T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN" CHANCERY. LOUIS UKUCKET., fu.ntiff vs. CHARLOTTE DRUCKER. .._ Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; CHARLOTTE DRpi'KKR 11", East 169th Stre, t Btonx .'.I. New York ,, V '"' ,.^ K ** K "V NOTIK1ED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa been fu.d against you in the above entitled ens. and you are hereby rtguired to serve .1 cop your Answer to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file th< original in the office of tli or the Circuit court on or before the 2nd daj of I ebruary, IMS, otherwise •'' 1 %  • %  • Pro Contesso will be entered aga Insl This not.. .• shall aV %  i ogi • aav a week r< I ,\.\ v weeke In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dated .it Miami. Florida, this 2th day of Decembi r, : %  •". 1: H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court 1WM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER A.MCLLOY Attorn, j 1 f,,, Plaintiff 104 liiuiah.un Kuilding M ami. Flosida 1 2-9-16-21 IN TH6 COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 29218-B In He: BSTAT0 OF "VVEX CI NXJNGHAM, Dei es NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All persona Having Claims or Demands An., 1 S.i Id Estate: You, and each of you, ale hen notified and i|iiinil to present any claims and demands which von. 111 lur of ypu. may have against • te "f OWEN CUNNINGHAM, 1 • d late of Passale County, .V Jersey, to the Hon. Count) Judges of D.ole County, and file the sami their offices in the Count) Co house in Dade County. Florida, wltl In eight calendar months from the c..-, of the first publication hereof s 1 claims or demands to contain th< legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as afo %  said, or same will be barred, s, • Section 120 of the 1933 Probate A t. Date December 9. A.D. 1952 /, LEON KAPLAN As Ancillary Administrator c.t .1 (•WEN CUNNINGHAM, Decease I MYERS. HEIMAX & KAPLAN Attorneys for Ancillary Administer r 6.'.0 Seyheld Huildlng Miami. Kla. 12 12-19-26 — 1 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 154962 BLUE MAY EH, Plaintiff, ROBERT SIDNEY MAYER. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: MR. ROBERT SIDNEY MAYER 6930 South Shore Drive Cser'iir". Illinois ., You are required to serve a • %  : of your answer to the Bill of Coinf ilaint for Divorce on plaintiffs atotney, and to file the original %  • war In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the r.tli i] of January. 19.',3: otherwise the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto',., filed herein, will be taken us i I by von DATED a; Miami, Florida, this ttli d.i v of Dsdembei. IfSf E. II LEATHER.MAX. CI. : k of the Circuit Court By: M C. GREEN. I icput v Clerk M ISKMIKIM %  r Plaintiff MICHAEL Attorney fi : PI; Blsi ne B illd og 1 orlda 12 12-19-26 — 1 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name of MIAMI INKFJCT1CIDE SUPPLY, at S4. Northeast 121st Street. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ('ounty, Florida.. EDGAR BOWEN ARTHUR I. HIKSTAND (>w nera JOHN 0 THOMAS .12 GlraUla A %  „ Crai Uables. 11a Attoiru-v for Miami lnsectictile Supply 12'19-M 1 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business-under the fictitious name of BOCDEVARD TELEVISION" CENTER, at (2587 X W. 7th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register Hid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. RAYMOND C GORING CHARLES R MILLER DAVID DRICKER Attorney for Raymond C. Goring and Charles R. Miller 804 lngrabam Illdg. MUml, Kin 12/12-19-21 — 1/2 \ c Deputy STERRETT. Clerk E N^ruA F ; cTiTiou KRERY GIVEN that n of %  %  Mi.iiKBY HIVEX that .desiring ,., e„ea.', h 1 'n J< Iifni t|„„s name of Ri '. 'w. 1 1 "EAC. at 68 W ••it. Miami. name with I Court of Intend to regthe Clerk of Dade County. LOUIS KROId. M KR J 1 ED i MA V N K,N8TE,N .MiV2 ,,loaBU 1/2T • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. IM120 Mll.ToN KAXTROW, Plaintiff. vs. ill. SSIF: KANTUUH". Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: GUS8IH K.\NTRo\V 11 Philip Sal 3>H ; \\, title Brooklyn, New York Y 1 are hereb) notified that a of Complaint l<>r Lslvorci has be .11. and you are requlred 1 oony of our Amr. iding to the Bill of Com '. i' 1 on the pi ilni I tttoi ne? j Yl II.HEIMAX A KAPLAN'. • 1 Building. Miami 12, I anil file the original .\i swei 01 Pleading In the offl %  • ,.f Ih. 1 lei k of tlo • • on or ia 1 • %  day of January, l53. if you fall to do so. Judajmenl by default will be tak.n against ion f,,r the relief* de.1 In the Bill of Complaint This notice shall !"• published once each week for foui consecutive weekin THE JEWISH II ORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami. Florida, this loth da\ of December, A.D. 1952. %  11 LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. D.ole County, Florida. (Circuit Court 8eI> By WM. W. STOCKING ivputv Clerk MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff '.0 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 1/1I-1-I — 1/J IT* THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 154997 MATILDA GATAXIo. Plaintiff, va. JACK GATANIO. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JACK GATANIn lKni University Avenue New Yoik City, New York PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that suit for divorce has been brought agTslnst you in the above styled court and you are rsjauired to flic your Answer with the Clerk of said Cur; and serve copy thereof on the plaintiff's Attorney, JOSEPH PARDO, 914 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Ma., on or before January Sth, 195:(. or Decree Pro <'unfesso will be entered against you. Dated: December r.. lr.2. K. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the circuit Court (CIRCCIT COURT SEAL) By M. C GREEN. Deputy Clerk 12 12-19-26 — 1/J NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 102-B In Re: ESTATE 1 H JACK A AIUJX, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Again-B Id Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of JACK A. ABI.IX. deci late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the firat publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and pieseiited ns aforesaid, or same will be haired. 1 '.ito 1',. • mber i, A D, I?.12. FAY ABI.IX GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF LEONARD ABE88 As F:xecutors of the I-ast Will and Testament of JACK A. AHI.I.S, GEORGE J TAI.IAX'iFF Attorney for Executors 42'> Lincoln It'iad Miami Beach. Fla. 12 12-19-26 — 1 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1 the undersign. ,flflawa In 1 .~.i • nder the fictltloua nauiv Of VERSAILLES P.l'ACTY SALON llles Hotel, I2J Collins \\ %  %  Miann .licUi'h. Intends to register saal name with the Clerk of I Court of Dade County, Florida GERTRUDE S \I.A 8HE1XEH .v SPIELER 1 Atl \ppl:cant ling Miami 32. slorlda NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N( Il E Is HEREBY GIVEN tl .,' GANG PLANK, Ct Mia mi ntei rierl I 'ount' .1 %  WILLIAM d KENNEY SI I THEN K KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 4 t W --'ii 1 Ave 1 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlvat the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name <•' TAMIAMI HOTEL BAR, al 201 W. Flaglcr Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to riglster said name with the CI, rk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coamty Florida. HERMAN '8IRGENDORF' LOUIS 8IBGENDORF 1Z/M — 1/2-S-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 155041 LETTIE D. 1 -.VPoDAXNo. Plaintiff vs GAETANO W. CdsPODANNO, I '. f.ml.mt TO: GAETsk.NO \V. CAroDANNO Residence rnkimwi, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU 'IAKTANH IV, CAPoDANNO, ye h< n b) notified that .-. 1 Complaint for Divorce hn been filed and you .,: • 1 to setvc ., copy of \1 Answer oa Jleadlng lo th Bill of 1 omplalnt on tli ulalntlffa Attorney. HENRY NCS8KNB.M M. 1041 Seybold Build-, Ing. Miami. F'loi Ida, uial Answ, r or PI. flci or the 1 lei;, of thi cln ill 1 'otn • '•• %  : %  If you fail to ,1 1 efault will be tali, for the D of O mplalnt 1 1 this kth dav of Decen.l I' B LEA! HERMAN I 1 Dadi %  P B) WM W 8TOCKINO I 1, I ,ltv Clel k HENRY NI'SSEXI: AIM P .'itiff sild Building i', rids 12/12-If-M ) .' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersuuied, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name of DELIA TILE CO., at 2160 S. W. 15th Street, Miami, intend to readi said name with the Clerk of the Cir, lilt Court of Iade County. Florid CEOKGF: BOGAN MANTEL BRODEI; SEYMOUR A. HOPMAN Attorney for Applicants 2.1.". Lincoln 1.. ...I i. 12 IJ 26 — 1 2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The) JwwUh FloridJan solicits your legal notice*. Ww appreciate) j oat pcrtronogs and trutirunt4M accurate service


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 2, 1953

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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be\wiislb.JEIb!Pid!iigup
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
:LUME 27Number 1
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 2. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
McCarran Act Will Serve To
)ivide America's Citizenry,
Says Washington News Chief
By MILTQN FRIEDMAN
(JTA Washington Bureau Chief)
WASHINGTON (JTA)For the first time in the history of the United States. American citizens have
en divided into two categories as a result of the legal distinctions between native-born and natural
*d Americans contained in the McCarran Walter Immigration Act which entered into force on December
4th. m_
The new immigration act virtually closes the glorious chapter of Jewish immigration to the United
te>. While opening the doors wide to former Nazis, the new law makes admission to this country
ractically impossible for Jews and others born in countries which have a small immigration quota. The
limitation quotas of some of these countries have been "mortgaged" for as many as 50 to 60 years to
lake up for the 300.000 DP's admitted into the United States during
e lat three year*.
The new immigration law described as "America's first Nurem-
tl Law" and condemned by President Truman as "racial" is con-
dtrcd by Jewish organizations to be potentially dangerous to Jews
muse its complex provisions include such innovations as accepting
e findings cf Nazi courts. President Truman, in his overridden veto.
scribed it as fraught with dangers to minorities and warned that
enactment would substitute "totalitarian vengeance for democratic
rtice." The law provides for ex-
Defeat May Mean
End Of UN Issue
usion, denaturalization. and de-
flation on vague and flimsy
Bri'iind.
Second Class Citizens
Senator Herbert H. Lehman, who
[<: the Senate fight against the
. said it would make "second
lass citizens" out of America's 8.-
(Ki.000 naturalized residents and
-uld jeopardst* the 3.500.090
liens in this country. Sweeping ar-
itrary powers are given to im-
migration authorities who can take
ction unilaterally in many cases
l/here there is no democratic pro-
Ision guaranteeing any right to
talitarian party." rank and file
members who voluntarily joined
Nazi and other Fascist movements
are considered acceptable immi-
grants. Communists are rigidly-
barred, but vital differences be-
ween liberals and "fellow-travel-
ler!" are not rlerlv defined.
The new law will give an oppor
Bond Heads Knit
Rift With Israel
tunity to enter the United States
to 4.000 Germans whose records as I rea| Government has had the op
JERUSALEM (JTA) The top
leaders of the Israel Bond Drive
in the United States left for New
York following their withdrawal
here this week-end of the resigna-
tions from the leadership of the
drive which they recently offered
to the Israel Government.
An agreement between them and
Premier David Ben-Gurion was
sinned at the latter's home to eli-
minate differences over working
methods which precipitated the
resignations.
A statement issued by the gov-
ernment here declared that the Is-
Nazis were so bad they were pre- portunity to meet the bond drive
viously refused admission. US con-j leaders to discuss common prob-
sular officials at Frankfurt have, |erns an(j -the meeting ended to
ppeal or even to a hearing. The' already estimated that at least two-jtne satisfaction of all concerned."
eamn was described as a "se-j thirds of these applications may jt sajd the government was glad
irtty" safeguard, but critics have be approved. It is also considered | 0f the opportunity "to express
kened it to the type of "security" j likely that many Nazis who did
not apply for visas before because
thev knew they would not be ad-
ptcticed by the Soviet Union.
During Congressional debate, no-
prious anti Semites took a vigor-
l part in fighting for the passage
the Act Special consideration
nr the admission of Nazis to Am
Irica was included in the Act. Con-
troll accepted McCarran's view
anew their confidence" in the five
men who had resigned Henry
Morgenthau, Henry Montor. Julian
mitted may now apply. These in- Venetzky. Rudolf Sonneborn and
elude such elevents as former Ge-
stapo men and SS troops. Germany
is also favored in the act's "quota"
system which gives Germany a
vastily larger quota than the
hat extreme right-wing groups do French. Italians, or other nation-
t constitute any threat to this na- alities which suffered at the hands
n By a new definition of "to-1 of the Germans. ^^^^^^^^
eds Flay Zionism
In Official Directive
NEW YORK (JTA)In a report from Moscow passed by the Soviet
tensor, the New York Times revealed last week that the Communist
i> had issued instructions to its political workers and propagandists
define Zionism as "a reactionary nationalist trend of the Jwlsth
geoiaie" that acts as "a faithful agency of American imperialism"
engages in "carrying out espionage and subversive activities, for
United States in*.
Samuel Rothberg and stressed
that responsibility for working out
plans for bond sales was placed on
the American Financial and De-
velopment Corporation for Israel,
which conducts the sale of bonds
in the United States.
TEL AVIV (JTA)Israel For-
eign Minister Moshe Sharett has
issued a new warming to the
Western Powers against the con-
tinued shipment of arms to the
Arab states, especially Egypt.
Speaking to a press confer-
ence here, the Foreign Minister
objected to the flow of western
weapons, including jet planes,
to the Arab states. He pointed
out that with the Arab states
still clearly hostile to Israel and
with their economic boycott of
the Jewish State still in effect,
the supply of such amis was a
threat to Israel's security. He
also pointed out that the situa-
tion contributed to the danger of
regional and world conflict.
Mr. Sharett's warning was con-
sidered particularly significant,
coming as it did on the heels of
a conference in the Egyptian
capital by the representatives of
the Arab league states on the
recent United Nations debate of
a proposal to ask the Arabs and
Isral to enter into direct peace
talks.
The Cair radio reported that
the Arab League had condemned
the "mere idea of an invitation
to the Arabs to negotiate with
the Israelis." The announcer said
that the Arab League had also
expressed the hope that "there
will be no repetition of these at
tempts."
Eban Says Talks
Prove "Success"
NEW YORK (JTA)-The politi-
cal defeats suffered by the Arab
states at the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly session which just
concluded may well mean the end
of the perennial Arab attempt to
place the Palestine issue before the
United, Nations. Abba Eban. Is-
rael's chief delegate to the UN,
declared here this week in a re-
view of developments there.
Mr. Eban told a press confer-
ence that though the resolution
calling for direct peace talks be-
tween the Israelis and the Arabs
had been defeated, the debate in
committee and the fact of the
situation had "created a great vol-
ume of opinion for direct settle-
ment." He added that the "vacuum
created by UN inaction" is evpect-
ed to be filled bv the powers in-
terested in the Middle East
He also expressed the opinion
| that on the who'e the UN session
could be termed 'successful from
' Israel's point of view" despite the
I defeat of the direct talks proposal.
| rfe noted that the fate of thi* reso-
lution was of less sfgnrflcern-c i
Israel than the defeat of a Philip-
| pine resolution which would have
again placed the UN on record as
1 favoring the internationalization of
Jerusalem.
The Arab attempt at raisin' th'>
internationalization issue was a
I failure, he said, "asserting that the
i general sentiment in the DM was
| to find an effective way of secur-
j ing accessibility to the Holy Places.
I There was also a wave of opinion
in the UN. he stressed, for reset-
I tling the Arab refugees in the
j Arab countries
Speaking of Israel's tactics in the
UN vis-a-vis the Arabs, he said
that Israel had originally plann< 1
I to remain on the defensive
Leaders Will Map CJA Campaign
benefit of
alists."
he definition was published in
..tors Notebook, a bi-weekly
;ih!et of the Communist Party
-ied primarily for political work-
and containing authoritative
i nts of the party position on
tions of the day. The state
serve as a text for some 45.-
1 ommunist Party political
rkera active in the Moscow re
according to figures present
nth at a plenary meeting
the Moscow City Party Organ
ation, toe dispatch said.
The comment on Zionism was in
| .:cil by the treason trial in Pfa
ue of Rudolf Slansky and thir-
others. reports of which were
in considerable detail ii.
Soviet pre*.* The slgniftcano
.niment on Zionfsn lay no^
of the Zionist
fiuveiuent. stcce the Communut
Party has always been strongly op-
posed to Zionism but in. its firm
identification of Zionism with
United States: imperialism" and
"subversion," the Moscow corre-
spondent pointed out.
Agitators Notebook declared that
"after the formation of the State
of Israel in 1948. Zionists who
seized power there were trans
forming the country into an Amer-
ican military base,-a stronghold of
reaction in the Near East." It
added that Soviet policy firmly dls
i in. manifestations of anti-
ng Hie part of the Soviet
populace. At th. same time, it is
equallv oppoocd ti> an> manifesta-
tions i>i wish nationalism." The
- |*. i:ion i- fiat its aim is
iltinatioaaJ state. which
!ews. like bay 'ther group, have a
proper and eorrert place tr Note-
book said.
Three internationally known,
Jewish personalities will meet with
Onilty Miami Jewish Federation!
leaders this week to discuss the
forthcoming 1953 Combined Jew-,
ish Appeal, it has been announced
by Howard Kane. CJA general
chairman.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, execu
tive vice chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, Ellis Radinsky,
executive director of the United i
Israel Appeal, and Sol Luckman,
outstanding American Jewish com-
munal leader, will confer with
Greater Miami campaign leaders
briefly stopping here on their tour
of major cities in this part of the
United States.
Dr. Schwartz has been a key fig-
ure in shaping the historic mass
migration of more than a half mil-
lion Jewish men. women and chil-
dren from distressed areas of
Europe to Israel, the United Stairs
and other free lands. An mtcrna
tional authority on refugee prob-
lems. Dr. Schwartz, as director
general of the Joint Distribution
Committee, supervised urgent re-
lief and welfare programs in more
than 30 countries involving some
1,000,000 people.
He has personally conferred
with the heads of virtually every
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 2,
WIU SETTING ill 8t SCENE OF HMD
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Acad smy will mark the completion
ve years of service to the Jew-
ish community Sunday night when
it holds it Fifth Annual Dinner at
the Miami Beach Auditorium. The
laraest crowd in the history of the
i .: already has been insured, ac-
tig to diaries Fruchtman.
chairman of the Dinner Commit-
tee
An unprecedented demand for
seats made the move of the dinner
the Auditorium a necessity.
Fruchtman said. With sales alreadj
beyond last year's, new impetus
was added to the affair Wednes
day with the announcement that
world-renowned Cantor Moshe
Kusevitsky will perform at the
dinner.
Known throughout the world as
the Warsaw Canter. Kusevitaky has
been acclaimed by music critics
as one of the outstanding singers
iturgical music
More than 500 persons will at-
tend the dinner, which is schedul-
ed to begin at 6 p.m. Annually a
! highlight of the South Flor-
community. the catered affair
will be presented in a tropical
surrounding.
The Auditorium will be entirely
more lhan 200 palm
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a veritj
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Letters saluting the And'
to accompany the show. A recep-
tion will precede the dinner. Dr.
Andron said.
The Annual Pictorial Journal is-
sued by the Hebrew Academy
Women in conjunction with the
dinner will be distributed Sunday
night Tb" iournal. largest in the
si h J's history, will compete for
typographic honors for the third
straight year
Mrs David S. Andron. chairman
of the Journal Committee. >aluted
her fellow worker- at a victory
tea at the Victor Hotel Tuesdaj
afti rnoi n The meeting followed
a special session of the Dinner
Committee at the Shoremede Ho-
tel Monday night.
Rabbi Alexander S. Cross, prin-
cipal oi the Academy, and Mrs.
Bertha Goldberg, registrar, said
that additional reservations for the
dinner may still be made by call-
ing 58-4641
As in the past, there will Ik- no
solicitation of funds at the Dinner.
Chairman Fruchtman said
achievement- have been received
from several Israeli leaders, in
eluding Foreign Minister Mo-he
Sharett, Min >ti r i I Labor Golda
Myerson and Ambassa lor Al ba Eb-
.in In addition I messages
: c ilh ges an v i h
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J.VF Tribute To
Wvizmann Here
Mendel N Fisher, national ex
ei itive director of the Jewish Na-
Fund, addressed a Weil
ial Tribute gathering
: Miami Jewry at the
Beach Jewish ('enter last
ing.
Moshi hanted
im of
rcsi the JNF
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first : te Dr. t haim
Weizn
Cutler Opens Office
A Budd t'utler announce- the
opening of hi- own offices for the
general practice of law at 1 Lin-
coln Road Building. Miami Beach.
tabbi Honig Dies At
tt; Succumbs To
Heart Attack Here
Rabbi Jacob Honig. spiritual
leader of the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center, passed away
early Tuesday.
Death came unexpectedly to the
Rabbi who was 40 years old. A
resident here for the past four
years, he came originally from
iluntington. Long Island. New
York.
Rabbi Honig was a graduate of
the Jewish Institute of Religion.
where he received the Masters de-
gree in Hebrew Letters. He also
held the Bachelor of Science de-
gree from Brooklyn College, the
College of the City of New York.
During World War II. Rabbi
Honig served as Chaplain with |
the 1'nited States Army, holding)
the rank of Major.
He is survived by his wife. Ber-|
nice; two sons. Barry Hcrsch and'
Daniel Isaiah; and three brothers]
and one sister.
Rabbi Jacob Honig
Dora Stein Sisters Will
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A Luncheon will be given by
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January 7th. 12 p.m., at the Cen-
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Guest speaker "ill be Mrs.
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-JeHisKFIrrirU^r,
PAGE 3 A
Federation Gears For 1953 CJA Campaign
Leaders Confer
On CJA Strategy
Continued from Page 1 A
countr> in Europe durin* the past
years. In 1945. immediately
the wart end in Europe.
.,,1/ at the request of
, i ni Truman, accompanied
, Harrison on a tour of the
it| persons camps.
Radinsky is a leading figure in
the nation-wide effort to provide
larpe scale voluntary aid to Israel
and has just returned from a tour
of the new state. In Israel, he
immigrant reception cen-
; work settlements and
consulted with top officials, in-
cluding Crime Minister David Ben-
Gurion.
Radinsky is a recognized au-
thority in the field of Jewish com-
munal and overseas problems. He
has held key positions in a num-
ber of national philanthropic or-
ganizations. As head of the United
Israel Appeal, he has a major role
in carrying through programs to
help transport immigrants to Is-
rael from critical areas in Eastern
Europe and to assist in their in-
tegration into the nation's econ-
omy.
Sol ;.;k krn.in has been a mem
bet of the United Jewish Appeal
National Campaign Cabinet and
wired for many years as president
of the Jewish Welfare Fund of
Cincinnati, While in Israel, he
visited reception camps and saw
at first hand the use to which UJA
funds are being put in the reset-
tlement and rehabilitation- of thou-
sands of destitute families who
have been transported to the Jew-
ish state.
The Greater Miami area is the
first Jewish community in the
I'nited States to launch its 1993
-Appeal for funds. The trio will
greet CJA Chairman Kane and
members of his campaign cabinet
during their short stay here.
Cajf n ***** ******* To Aid Area Mn MM. o For Loral. Orrrnoa* Aid
Sl7 ".J." u6 WT^tRe8iden,s' Divion of the Combined Jewish Appeal convene at a
recaption m the home of Chairman Charles Fruchtman (center) to plan the DivisSns oartici
rS0Mn ?h 953 APFTL "2 Matod Ueft ,0 ri9h,) are Io~Ph Che^ner RabirDaviTSha:
piro. Max She.nman Arnold Seeder. Fruchtman. David Phillips. Edward Cowen PhU.o
^J^UgHL^Staadfeg (left to right) are J. B. Spund. Jules pP Channing. cZ, off
jgyg* y^i^JfryAfrfc ***** Linick. Harry Aberman Louis Krensky
SS^tSSS ^g* 'fc Ioseph Weidberg- Morris KlaM- IoMPh EB
The Winter Residents Division of the 1953 Combined Jewish Ap
peal, meeting at a reception in the home of Chairman Charles Frucht-
man earlier this week, heard plans outlined for their annual drive to
raise funds for local institutions, Israel, overseas relief and national
organizations.
The reception was attended by key leaders in the Winter Resi-
dents Division, and many new----------------------------------------.___
many
workers were enrolled for the
forthcoming campaign.
Emphasizing the need for par-
ticipation in the fund drive by all
Greater Miami residents, Stanley
C. Myers, a former campaign
chairman and high official with
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, pointed out
reasons why winter residents
should assume responsibility in
the welfare services of this area.
"The fate of Jewish destiny
in the Middle East is actually
guided by your generosity in your
local community," Myers stated.
"Those of you who own homes,
pay taxes, send your children to
local schools and enjoy the bene-
fits of our community institutions
have a responsibility to help build
and unify our Jewish communal
life.
"By participating in the 1958
Combined Jewish Appeal, with its
broad program of services to man-
abroadinlsrael. in Europe and | kind, you make your contribution
to Jewish life in its totality," My-
ers said.
Pointing out that the Jewish
community had grown from 9.000
persons in 1939. to more than 50,-
000 in 1953, Myers urged the Win-
ter Residents group to keep pace
with this growth and to partici-
pate wholeheartedly in the fund
Africa and Israel was described by
Philip Isaacs who recently return-
ed from an extensive trip there.
Fruchtman announced that the
following veteran campaigners
would occupy the posts of co-chair-
men in the forthcoming campaign :
Ed Cowen, Lou Goldman, David
Phillips. Arnold Seeder and Gus
Trau.
Morris Klass. executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, local agency which con-
ducts the annual Combined Jewish
Appeal, commended the group of
key workers and outlined the
function of the Winter Resident*
drive which supports a host of lo-1 group in the official kick-off af-
cal and national agencies in the '"- ,0 he held Sunday evening.
health and welfare field. January 11th. at the Saxony Ho-
The sum of $82,745 was raised jtel when George Jessel and Sena-
in 1939. as compared with the $1.-1 !or vWavne Mors* w> participate
ouAAn __, ,_ .. in the inaugural function.
250.000 raised in 1952 to meet the e also commended the stream-
mushrooming needs of the Greater I lined group which last year was
Miami area, as well as the expand-1 responsible for raising more than
ed relief programs maintained bv j J P*r "* of th* goal set for
the United Jewish Appeal. Myers I b* ,he Fe<*"<>" Budget
... Committee,
pointed out._____________________
The plight of Jews in North
. LOUIS GLASSER WILL HEAD WOMEN'S DIVISION; CULLS WORKERS
-Mrs Louis Glasser, prominent civic worker and humanitarian
eater, was appointed general chairman of the Women's Division in
me 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Announcement of the appointment was made- earlier this week
)) Howard Kane, chairman of the annual Appeal.
rhe 1953 campaign will be officially launched on Sundav. Jan-
uary 11th. at the reception and
at the Saxony Hotel.
Mrs Glasser will head the di-
TO n which achieved a record goal
j '- :he 1952 campaign under
Ber direction. As president of the
ference of Jewish Women's Or
' hut year, she was re-
"' for the unprecedented
ipation by South Flor-
' in all walks of life in
mbined Jewish Appeal.
Women's Division in 1953
1 [relate their program close-
overall campaign."
' stated at a prelimin-
meettaf of the Worn
er>- Gift Unit held in the Fed
offices last week. "The Di
*'" sponsor five outstand-
' '' 'vents this year, instead
; i eonform with the new
treamlining our cam-
WtivittesV1 Mrs. Glasser ex-
Plained.
CaHing key workers into swift
action, she organized a planning
meeting of the first women's func-
tion, the Patrons' Tea, on Decem-
ber 22nd. to map plans for the
forthcoming campaign.
Named as chairman of the Pa-
trons' Tea was Mrs. Jack Ablin.
she will be assisted by co-chair-
men Mrs. Joseph Cherner and Mrs.
David Phillips. The Patrons Divi-
fflU Tea is scheduled for Tuesday.
January 20th. at the home of Mrs.
Dan B. Ruskin, 5480 North Bay-
Road.
World raBOwn personalities in
the fields of entertainment, gov-
ernment, education and religion
are being scheduled to appear as
truests of honor at the Women's
Division events.
Mrs. Glasser served as chair-
man of the Metropolitan Division
of the Community Chest last year.
Her group was instrumental
in contributing to the record goal
achieved by the Chest Drive.
She was awarded a citation by the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews for promoting human
relations and good will on a na-
tional scale and has been active in
that organization for many years.
She is a member of the United
Nations Speakers Bureau and re-
cently served as chairman of an
international art exhibit sponsored
as part of I'nited Nations Week
through the University of Miami
and a host of Dade County civic
organizations.
Mrs. Glasser was national vice
president of the Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress
and served as secretary of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
in 1952. She is a vice president of
the Mount Sinai Auxiliary, a Board
member of the Urban League and
has been a member of the Board
of every major Jewish organiza-
tion in the Greater Miami area.
Mrs. Glasser is a former school
teacher who was graduated from
Glasser t I ^om*>in*d Jnwinh Appeal Woman's Division meat with Chairman Mrs. Louis
Miami I -kS '^ campaign functions. Shown at a gathering in the offices of the Greater
A^na WoH i Federation (ened left to right) the Mesdames Baron de Hirsch Mayer.
*o riant) .u mph Ch#rnr- Louin Glaaaer. Jack Ablin and Sam Lipton. Standing (rear, left
B'ank LeTr Mesdani Carl Weinkle. France* L Miller. Leon Jacobs. Louis Altschul. Sam
beia w if*"1010*"- Ben Kane. Max OroYit*. David Phillip*. Clam Meyerson. George Gold-
* *om Roat and Sam Simonhoff.
Retail Store Group
Will Meet January 8
Representatives of all business
areas in the Retail Stores Division
Hunter College, receiving her de- lat.he Jf" Comb*"d Jewish Ap-
peal will meet at a reception in
the home of Retail Stores Chair-
man Aaron Kravitz, 2336 SW 4th
Street, on Thursday evening. Jan-
uary 8th.
Trades Division Chairman Sam
Ileiman has called the organiza-
tional meeting for the purpose of
establishing a plan for concentrat-
ed participation in the annual Ap-
peal by members of the retail
stores in the Greater Miami area
Aaron Kanner administrative co-
ordinator of the 1953 Combined
Jewish Appeal, will address the
group and announce details for
the kick-off dinner on Sunday.
January 11th. at the Saxonv Ho-
tel
Bernard Sterling, 1952 chairman
of the Retail Stores Division, will
join William Weintraub in en-
rolling volunteer workers in the
coining campaign.
"More than 40 separate indu
try groups and professions partici-
pated in our 1952 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.'" it was announced by-
Trades Chairman Ileiman. "There
hi I potential of some 1.000 addi-
tional trades contril.utors in this
group, and it will be the aim of
our expanded Trades Division to
reach every' retail store so that
they may lend their support to oar
humanitarian campaign."
Mrs. Louis Glasser
gree Suinma Cum I.aude. She is
also a graduate of Brooklyn Law
School.
In October. 1950, Mrs. Glasser
was selected Tops In Our Town in
a county-wide contest to honor the
most outstanding Jewish woman in
the community. The competition
was sponsored by the Miami Beach
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
She has also served as chairman of
the Miami Beach Cancer Drive and
as president of the Miami Chapter
of the American Jewish Congress.
As head of this group, she initi-
ated the idea of ten scholarships
in the human relations field. Her
husband is real estate man, Louis
Glasser, formerly of New Bruns-
wick, New Jersey.
Women Mori For
CJA Honor Tea
An organizational meeting of
members of the Women's Division.
1953 Combined Jewish Appeal, was
held Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Samuel Lipton, 6535 Allison Road.
The group met to discuss plans
for an Honor Tea, a traditional
gifts function of the annual fund
drive. Mrs. Lipton was assisted by
the Mesdames Leonard Barr.
George Goldberg and David Levin-
son.


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i Wax man
S|Nak At
iwiiff Fete
IChapter. Mizrachi Women,
and Mrs. Shay a Okouneff
Inllv sponsor a dinner meet-
Irking the occasion of the
Iffa 55th wedding anniver-
.!' evening at the
legation.
to Sidney Palmer,
( nt and chairman
proceeds will go for
Hdren's Village in Renanna.
pal speaker will be Rabbi
\\v ian> spiritual leader
|\\. Miami Jewish Center.
Goodwill Group Lists
New Board Members
There will be five new Board
members attending the next meet-
ing of the Goodwill Group of
Greater Miami, on January 8th, 1
p.m., at the home of Mrs. Sidney
Covner. 21 Palermo Avenue, Coral
Gables,
The following members have
been nominated and elected to fill
vacancies on the Board. The Mes-
dames Eva Krohn. Sophie Miller.
Lena Nissman. Marcella Silvers
and Etta Stotsky
auxiliary
Is Tag Day
Miami Auxiliary' of
rish ''' -nsumptives' Relief
- vak, f'olorado, held
. Day in Miami
I lay and Tuesday,
tea lartera in the Cobb
the event will be
,, patii !- confined in the
tarian Spivak Sanitorium, j
la- for those at the Kendall;
her.
Buh oar local Auxiliary, I
helped many TB patients I
rn to a life of vital health i
fulness," Mrs John Lunin,:
Louise Chapter Will
Hold Games Party
The Louise Chapter of the Am-
erican Jewish Congress will have
a Gala Games Party on Wednes-
day. January 7th. 8 p.m.. at 6145!
LaGorce Drive. Part of the pro-
ceeds will go to the Louise Water
man Wise Youth Foundation in!
Israel.
In charge of reservations are
Dora Koretzky and Gerry Zerler.
Gilbert Is
Dade Federal
igs & Loan **
lose Gilbert, executive sec-
I of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
for the past four and a half
now associated with the
Federal Savings and Loan
linn of .Miami, it has been
red by Joseph M. Lipton,
nt. |
Gilbert will be in charge
! accounts in the new Dade
branch office, the Ta-Mi-
nch, at 1359 SW 8th Street.
Itvth Hariri VI I
Mvvtn Monday
The regular monthly meeting of
Beth David PTA will be held in
the Synagogue at 8:30 p.m., on
January 5th.
Mrs. B. Shreidell. program
chairman, will present as theme
for this meeting: Music The
Language Of The Soul." Mrs. J.
Donnerstag, assisted by the Beth
David Student Choir, will interpret
the music.
Shown in insert (top, right) is Mrs. Ruth Cherner, wife of Israel Exposition Chairman Joseph
Cherner, cutting the ribbon which officially opened the Exposition last Sunday as some 3,000
persons congregated at 1604 Washington Avenue, to view the ceremony. Mrs. Cherner uses
a pair of Israeli-made scissors. Her husband (right) and Campaign Chairman Joe Rose look
on. Below is part of the overwhelming crowd that stormed the doors of the Exposition after
the ribbon was officially cut to open the doors. The exhibit will remain here for approximately
two months before starting a nationwide tour. ______________________
tivbrvtr Vvaturv
The weekly feature, Hebrew
Made Easy, published by The
Jewish Floridian has received wide
notice here. A steady influx of let-
ters to the newspaper's plant and
offices attests to the feature's
popularity, according to Fred K.
Shochet, Jewish Floridian pub-
lisher.
Based on a textbook by Miss
Shoshana Spector, Hebrew Acad-
emy faculty member, the feature
constitutes a course aimed at pro-
viding the fundamentals of the
language as it is now spoken in
Israel and is a visual aid for the
radio program. Let I's Learn He-1
brew, appearing on Jacob Schach-1
tcr's Jewish Hour over station
WMBM. Sundays, at 2 p.m. '
Israelite Center
Meet. Memorial
The Israelite Center will hold j
their regular meeting on Tuesday,
January 6th, 8 p.m., at the Center.
H Morris will preside.
At 9 p.m.. Memorial Services,
will be held in honor of the late;
Dr. Chaim Weizmann. Speakers'
will include Morris Aron and Dav-'
id Granat.
Program chairman is Irving i
Sperling. The eulogy will be giv-
en by Rabbi Abraham Sachs. The .
Memorial Prayer will be by Can ,
tor Samuel Salkow
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HELEN ALPEHT
Personally
Speaking
raTOAYjANu^
Everyone interested in the rapidly growing ICAPA is welcomed
to the January 11th Sunday afternoon session at Bertha Fosters
famed address 1564 Brickell Avenue. The ICAPA is the Inde-
ndent Composers, Authors and Publishers Association.
This is the group you'l! remember reading about right here,
action", as sparkpluq Ben Arnold terms it. It already has placed
board member Denise Norwood on WQAM's "Make or Break" Show
this week with her Norwegian "Ole-O-Lay-O" member Nick
Grymes was a winner on the same program a few weeks ago .
YCUNG SET:
Arlene Koren's party at her North Meridian Avenue home had the
teenagers romping To her thriving Chicago set she added young loc-
alites Barbara Weisbrod, Helene Liniado, Renee Molko, Reubin Clein's
zestful Mike. Jimm} Steig, Albie and Jerrj (twins Newman, Larrj
Alberts, Mike Ungar, Harry Ginsberg, Renee Herman, Steve Ehrlich-
man. Judy Sal/burki. Barry Sugarman, Paul Bast, Brett Levin, Miriam
Tuck. And cithers' .
COLLEGE CROWD came in batting, too for Joe Kanter's holi-
day frolic at the Winterhaven Hotel Roof Garden. The thirfv couples
were highlighted by Joe's special cronies from the University of
Florida, two being frat (Tau Epsilon Phil brothers Bob Magoon and
//.el Mendelsohn. Billy Neison also had a young beauty along, as did
Fred Diamond whose steady is Sue Jaffee. Joe's buddies from N.Y.U.
were Freddie Sailson, Cy Steiner and Howard Goldaper, TEP trio.
And swinging in from the University of Miami came a squad headed
by Byron Shudom, Larry Goldstein, Mark Goodman and Arnold
Glanti. Joe's favorite lady is Harriet Pathman, Delta Phi Epsilon
Icvely pledgee .
Meanwhile, Martha and Lou Kanter are entertaining their ever-
welcome visitors from Elkton, Maryland (everybody elopes to there),
hemefown for Martha's sister Sylvia married to Judge James Wein-
rcth. Their smart kids are Joy and Myra. Because the Winterhav-
en's jammed, the family's stopping at Treasure Isle motel
ON THE BEAT:
In town is Phil Engelberg, visiting hi- folk- He gets hi- graduate
degree in law from Harvard in June. His thesis is beins eagerly
.* aited by plenty ol people outside ol the facultj it thi \
ran Act Cornell junior and Sum., Delta Tau is Helene Zucker at
the Sovereign with her cousin from Welleslej Nelson
Ki.p always irradiate- Our Town when he'.- in and he is
Very special was the invitation to Anton Loeb to please come
s.ng at the Hal Pelton's Hibiscus Island fete last Tuesday for the
Lighthouse for the Blind, on feevee later that evening. Tony's darn I
near an international figure for his Paramount Pictures cartoons
end top book illustrations. But few know he packs a gorgeous set of ,
Pipes for | beautiful voice that formerly starred in opera. Daughter
Manlynn Loeb went along as deouti,ed soy for this column and
reports the aoolause was thunderous! .
Simon Seiden and Morris Nasatir have considerable in common
- but this '-me they share something extra the absence of their
featured Highlights for a couple of week, To find a fittin, repla
men, for Harold Shapiro's "Meet Your Neighbor" on his WINZ Yid-
d, ect lm"H ?" Tr i.N"a,ir '""" W.I scripts
direct from the Israel embassy Director Simon Seiden whose
ewish Forum of the Air is a standing WM.E show, is Mm*f
cunsel Pra '"' P$ych0l3ist- vou heard Sunday hit
TSLfASZSS-Eir,ier',his "c,ion hld b'1 ~+*
ISRAEL EXPOSITION:
is Juan Amrani, originally a Yemenii.. uk nosts
child1 with her p.S Sen r!S ^IZnn^VZ V
She has a host of fascinatlns itirUii.hi i hel' "uI
-P>ay. Sylvia tJShmfi AJ* '^3- ,"f "-> item* on;
and poUo treatment a, Jackson w7, ', hySI|,J'lhnj^!
*eek "This i- tremendous." she dmted Bu, iSt T^T' *
Israel is even more tremenous!" Naturalv 1 h "" have In
stalwart: -.Sure, we know. We" Is' ,| o ud v "Sf* '" ** '
* of your fabulous trwks and dothes t?' RZ !iF,rida fashion
style, design, fabric, elegance" ecHp!ed evybodys in'
S?2fJ2: APP!P' "* bOO. seeing Hebrew ,,er,nu '
precision instruments Especiall!
on truck and auto tires, medicine
exciting was .he show case "0b1? nr n ""i 7"""" El*ciall
Jesc the longest lime. Sent* s^ ,n'"ia '"v h"" 0ver
HAPPYhGREET,NGrn,<' "" ^ ^^ ^ "" '^
HAPPY GREETINGS:
Mr and Mrs Morris Brooks, of
520 SW 62nd Court, Miami, gave
a birthdav party (or their grand
daughter, Melodj Mop. Weiss, on
December 27th Mtending weir
Buddy David Felson, Bobb) Wolf
son. Renee Adrian Richmond Stu
:,rt Paul Brook-. Eileen I.it man
and Jackie Mike Blumenteld Mel
ody Hope will be one on New
Year's Day
Mrs Sandra Rubin, of Scarsdale,
New York i- visiting her grand
mother Mrs France; Rubin ol the
NaultilUS Hotel Miami Beach
The Briss Milan of Leo Jaj Stll
sky. son of Mr and Mr- Morton
Stitsky, took place at Mounl !
Hospital on Wednesday Rabbi S
M Machtei, maternal grandfather,
performed the ritual Harrj '/
Stitsky. paternal grandfather, of
Dallas, Texas was Sandek, Mr
and Mr- Stanlej Stitsky, also of
Dallas and brother and sister in
law of the new father, were god
parents The Morton Stitskys, who
reside at 1850 Coral Gate, are also
the parents ol a daughter, Stella
Regina, age two
Mr and Mr- Maurice Gross
man. ol 2992 SW 15th Street, Mi
ami. are playing host to their
daughters, Naomi and Rita, dur
ing the holidays Naomi i- ;, psj
chiatric therapist with the Jewish
Board of Guardians, Brooklyn,
New York Rita i- affiliated with
the National Zionist Council in
New York City
Mr and Mrs Jules Reichgott. "f
Detroit. Michigan, are visiting Mn
Reich 'oit- mother. Mr- Anna |{
Berow of 26C Euclid Avenue, and
Mr Reichgott's father Mr Joe
Reichgott, 1784 Meridian Avenue
They are stopping at the Sana
Soucl Hotel
Visiting with Rabbi and Mrs
Meyer Katz, of Tin Lenox Avenue,
are their children Dr and Mrs
Robert Sussman and daughter and
son. Jacalyn and Elliot; and Mr
and Mrs Jules Charlowe anil
daughter and son, Sydelle and
David
Mr and Mrs Oscar Greene ol
5736 SW Mh Terace. are enter
taming -heir daughter and grand
daughter, Mrs Irene | hail and
Alice. New York City, who are
stopping at the Surfside Plaza Ho-
tel for the holidays

Mr and Mr- Kenneth l.ipman
Ol 1415 Fairway Drive, announce
the birth of their son Scott Owen
at St. Francis Hospital on Deem
ber lOth The Bnss took place n
their home December 17th
with Reverend Abraham Seif .,
floating.
f WlMr^ D,vld Goldenhen,
JfW ^nd Terrace, announce
"' birth of ,he,r son. Roy, lin
''"'"'H'r ll.h The Bria. took
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Dolores Kirsch Wed Marvin MaW
Ai Saxony; Honeymoop In West |,U|iK '
\ West Indie- honeymoon fol-
lowed the marriage of Mr and Mrs
Marvin Markowiti Scene of their
wedding was the Saxony Hotel.
Miami Beach, on December 21st.
with Rabbi Marius Hanson, of Fort
Lauderdale, officiating.
The bride, the former dolores
Anne Kirsch, i- the daughter of
Mr and Mrs William Kirsch. Fort
I g iderdale Her father gave her
m marriage
Mr Markowiti is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Ben Markowiti. 801 Ve-
netian Waj Miami Beach.
The bridal gown of nylon tulle
and chantill) lace over satin was
styled with "if shoulder illusion
,, ed in iridescent pail-
lette- and fitted bodice. Her bouf-
tulle ^kirt featured an over-
ol handkerchief points ac-
enled b> lace and extended into a
chapel train
\ four tiered veil of French il-
lusion fell from a matching lace
pill box with iridescent! The bride
carried three white orchids with
lil> oi the vallej streamers.
Maid of honor was Miss Phyllis
Anklowiti Mr- Richard R Kirsch,
the bride's sister-in-law, was ma-
tron of honor
Acting as bride-maids were the
Mis-e- Nancj Newman, Barbara
Katz, Fancine Markowiti and Ro-
bin Levine Miss Janice Marko-
wit/. (he groom'l sister, was maid
of honor
WlJ from Freda Leslie inH.I hi J V!V '" *" r",i,v 'or
-od's Pa,ae. Ruth'fah. ner KTSShn"!" Cinnamn "
Hammond the confession-writ'e aJ, *ft* S ,N'Y' -
Cmcago card from Fran and Dave PeTkind SUti" weann, nothing, smiling out; Gotham* 1 ', !?* yUn9 S,**"
with her comp.aint: "D?d y.u Take Irf in. 'riP,h,r M"m Elk'"
cam, Iroina back me/writ, L" H I*"'0 Lasf yeirs c"l
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was ring bearer
The couple will miaul
Dunham Boulevard
Kaufman, Trilling Betrothal Told He
Miss Joan Kaufman
Ar,|ot,il**
Mr. and Mr. Mumj Hi
man. of Miami Beach.
the engagement of their 1
Joan, to Morton Trillian
Mr. and Mrs Jack Tnlhaj
caster, Pennsylvania, aai I
Beach.
Miss Kaufman attended I
mere Academy anil the la
of Miami.
Mr. Trilling attended
& Marshall, where he was if,
ber of Pi Lambda Phi
The couple plan a June
PopN OrchcKfi
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The Boston Tops Tour 1
tra. under the baton of a]
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Hvia Naness Plans May Wedding;
kal Announced At Lawn Party Here
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Naness, I
1028 Collins Avenue, ehose Decem-
ber 251 h to announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Sylvia, to
Ben Kanner. The date also marks
the wedding anniversary of Mr.
Kanner's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Kanner, 1221 North Vene'.ian
Way, San Marco Island.
Announcement of the betrothal
was made during a lawn party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Naness.
Among those attending the par-
ty were Sidney, Dorothy and Joyce
Naness, brother and sisters of the
bride-elect; Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hoch-
man, aunt and uncle; Charles
Hochman, a cousin; Mr. Kanner's,
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Kanner, and their
sons, Spencer and Bradley; Mr. I
and Mrs. Fred Somerstein, his aunt j
and uncle; and cousins, Mr. and I
Mrs. Seymour Somerstein, and son,
Barry. .
First Lieutenant Charles H. Na-j
ness. USAF, Sylvia's older brother, I
was unable to be present. He is |
now stationed in Washington, D.C.,!
and is associated with the Chief of |
Intelligence.
The bride-elect attended the Uni-1 \f: CVljrrl Cohen Tn
versity of Florida, majored InjOT,8S CiOUl! l-OIKMl JO
music and was active in Floridai Wt'(I Ike Goi'doil
Sylvia Naneis
Edith Cohan
Players, Radio Guild and Caval-
ettes. She graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High School.
Mr. Kanner graduated from Lake
Grove Prep School, where he was
president of his senior class. He
The betrothal of their daughter,
Miss Edith Mae Cohen, to I. K.
Ike Gordon, son of Mrs. Adele
Gordon and the late Emanuel Gor-
don, 1021 NW 1st Street. Miami,
\
<"
I
|iane Drexler was
to Maurice Olshan
prr.bar 14th, at the
Rabbi Morris Skop,
leader of the Coral
[Jewbh Center. The
Ihe daughter of Mey-
r, formerly of Roch-
^w York. Mr. Olshan
^n of Mrs. Lillian Ol-
w York. The newly-
at home at 5810 De-
Boulevard, Coral
iye G. Rose
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then attended the University of I "
Florida and the University of Mi- \ ls announced by the bride-elect's
ami. where he was a pre-medical parents. Dr. and Mrs. Abraham I.
student and a member of Tau Ep-' Cohen, of 657 SW 11th Street,
silon Phi Fraternity. He is now en-: w: /-.-_ .. j j
i ;~ .k. "T| Miss Cohen attended Miami
Raged in the wearing apparel bus- i _, '
iness in Stuart. Florida. | Bcacn Senlor High School and
A May wedding is planned by graduated from the University of
the couple. Miami. She did Post Graduate
study at Teachers' College. Colum-
bia University, in New York.
She is a Biology teacher and
guidance counselor at Miami Edi-
son High School. A member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Miss
Cohen is chairman of the Advis-
ory Board of the Alphi chapter
at the University of Miami.
Mr. Gordon attended Miami
Senior High School and graduat-
ed from the University of Flor-
ida. He is also an honor graduate
of Eckel's College of Mortuary
Science, Temple University. His
fraternity is Tau Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Gordon is associated with
the Gordon Funeral Homes of Mi-
ami and Miami Beach.
The couple plan a summer wed-
ding.
Miss Geraldine Wortsman
Wortsman, Levitt
KntfatfementTold
Miss Geraldine Rita Wortsman
and Ronald Larry Levitt are en-
gaged. Announcement of the be-
trothal was made by the bride-
elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Wortsman, of Chicago, Illinois.
Miss Wortsman attended the
University of Miami and Pestolaz
zi Fore be 1 Teachers College in
Chicago.
Mr. Levitt, currently serving
with the Navy in Guam, is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Levitt.
1000 7th Street, Miami Beach.
He attended the University of
Miami, where he was a member of
Sigma Delta Chi. professional
journalism honorary.
Carol Katzman, R. Zane Alpert Wed At
Beth Sholem; Bride's Gown Own Design
Temple Beth Sholom last Wednesday was the scene of marriage
between Carol Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Katzman, San
Marino Island, and R. Zane Alpert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert,
3930 Meridian Avenue. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated, assisted by
Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
The bride's gown was of her own design executed by Coronet
Creations, of New York City. The
gown was in candlelight tone of
French handclipped chantilly lace
over nylon tulle and heavy satin.
Styled with an illusion neckline,
the bodice was low and off
the shoulders, coming to a deep
point in the back.
The bodice was also outlined
with two rows of flowers of the
lace appliqued with o;ialescent
pailettes and seed pearls. The long
lace sleeves ended in points over
the wrists and were also appliqued
with embroidered flowers of lace.
Her skirt fell into a long train
with the lace parting to reveal the
underskirt of satin in the center
front and back.
The bridal veil of illusion net
was appliqued with chantilly lace
roses held in place with the opal-
escent paillettes and topped by a
pearl-embroidered crown of the
same handclipped chantilly lace.
She carried white orchids on a
Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Eve-
lyn Fox, cousin of the bride from
Highland Park. New Jersey. Miss
Ferdelle Nussbaum. neice of the ..
groom, was junior bridesmaid, i lhe||tP e"lb'-oIdered by opalescent
Acting as bridesmaids were the J DauleUes
Misses Renee Nussbaum. niece of I Tne Dride attended Miami Beach
the groom, and Barbara Pearl and j Hi"n School and the University of
Jewel Eisenstein. cousins of the! Nlami, where she was a member
bride. Miss Rosalind Merritt. niece | of Pm Sigma Sigma Sorority. She
Of the groom, was flower girl and her parents have been divid-
The brides attendants all wore j,"8 ?*i*l2# betwee" Miami
full length gowns in light pink j *each fnd ** *ummeIr h, m
tulle over pink taffeta with match-' Teancck and AsbuT Park- New
ing bolleros. Their full tulle skirts| e>
fell in three layers, with inserts of, Ml* Alpert. a Miami Beach resi-
pink tulle set into the taffeta bod-, dent for ,ne Pa-st 23 years, attend-
ices. The matron of honor's gown ed Miami Beach High School and
was the same but in ice blue. ,ne University of Miami. He has
The junior bridesmaid and ~ned wi,h the Lnited Slates
flower girl were dressed in full *
Mrs. R. Zane Alpert
Ardmoro
gown of wine chantilly lace, with
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Sanchez, Matza Wed
At Temple Israel
Scene of the wedding of Miss
Sarah Sanchez to Manny Matza
was Temple Israel of Miami. Orig-
inal music composed by the bride
was featured at the ceremony per
formed by Dr. Joseph Narot, spirit-
ual leader.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Arcadio Sanchez, of the
Bronx. New York. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Matza. also of the Bronx.
Given in marriage by Phillips
Steen. of 5172 SW 4th Street, at
whose home a reception took place
following the wedding, newlywed
Mrs. Matza was attended by Mrs.
Rose Pesaak, matron of honor.
Best man was Professor Eli Chala-
fia.
Veradora Beach. Cuba, is the
scene of the couple's honeymoon.
They will reside at 241 SW 10th
Street. Miami, following their re-
turn here on January 20th.
length pink tulle dresses over taf-
feta. Their bodices of taffeta had
shallow scooped necklines and
small puffed sleeves, with skirts
made of 3 tiers of tulle and dresses
tied by large pink taffeta sashes.
The girls wore the same pink
hats of narrow shaped bands with
tulle over taffeta embroidered by
pearls and covered with little nose
veils.
Mrs. Katzman wore a full length
dusty rose gown of taffeta em-
broidered over tulle, falling in low
points over the full tulle skirt.
Mrs. Alpert wore a full length
Best many at the ceremony was
his brother-in-law. Robert H. Mer-
ritt. Ushers were Gilbert Frank,
Seymour Levin, Richard Keats and
Edward Pearl.
Following an extended honey-
moon, the couple will reside al
1515 West Avenue.
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-.. Media SI lent
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and
The

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in Hal-
Mr*
net; and
n pale
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Nancy Mauser, the
Mrs. Mark B*rg*r

Miss s
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_ Stu lent
". ,.:, .WPh Z,eg
man Acting a* uafe \i: .,...:. \y:\\
Keilingtr, the MKM L*^w"a .'"
ther: Lew:- PiwkbdB. MuiTY UiCIlllst
' ca?- th<- da: and Seymour ^ The engagement of their diiipV]
*" Stager ,.r Janet Eluaheth to Hut ll
The bride'l ther wa< attired ,pr Janet, T,,
- Ptae Tree ..hue ehiffon Mrs Fox. son of Mr. and U-- .Ben FnJ
groom's mother, wore 800 South Alhambra Circle, Conn
ky blue lace i Gables, is announced bj Mr ao|]
hooor w ere Dr and
William Landesman. MTl
.. -mar.. Mia Kuth
Vr and Mn George Fr.ed-
Soe Boca- m M mana and
Mr an : Vr.- David Fi.-chbein. all
..land. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs
-eph Zieeier Pans France. Mr.
Martin King. Mr and
Sam Knag and Mn Ada Ru
wore a bin all of New York and Samuel
rlon tulli
ith The bridal couple will be at
- jary 15th at 2621
\
-nd.
Flaminao Court
tat ,*",,,,,,^|w %ewwi
Installs Officers
court N 12 >rder
Nail of
evening 8pm

kin Mane
Bird will conduct the un
Ding of Ro>al Matron Bertha
be install
'


Mitt Janet Lewis
Howard W. Lew* <*

Mr? --.- L)o
-

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fficer She will be assisted Mrs
rand Asaociate Patron Maur ville Virginia.
Bd Secretarv Gen \ Dade Count % Public
actresi K! teacher Miss Lewis gr
Past Grand Roval from Stratford Junior ColWM
Past Panville and received ti
It) elors degree from the U
are Kate Serota. .,' North Carolina, where >hf ,
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....
. are
I -
HtJ : :
and Laarra
ark. New Jersey.
A reception followed for guests
nt Tempie Beth Shoiom.
Kat.' Serota, if North Carolina. .
re Royal Matron. Jack Parten. Royal president of the Iota Tau CkM
a Alpha Iota -.*t:orilM|
ate Pa orarv and professional mm*
rrj Zerler. Conductress, oetv for women
Fox reccned the BS
nref in chemistry from the Cat
unith tecretan of Miami.
9 I'
I
". 1
:--_-. Annual 1

'
e '.e: scheduJed for Sunday evening at th* Miam: Beach
"re Goldbara Li!f gy. Dane! Broad. DavidI Andron. pfea.ient. Cb*
Sa2 ST! S"11^^*^ H^ /K miTr ,aCb Kaufman' Abraham Maaaa. ta:doxe S
=-=? Frank B: > S^!e el Tfp row are Ben Appel. Sam Rninhard. Ben;aniin|
S^ey Rubmowat ^ ooxd Kcuiman. Irvina Fir.el. Harry Said.nworm, Sam Grundw? ^


AY, JANUARY 2, 1953
s. Wolk Diem
*re At HH
Lena Wolk, 68, of 140 South
[ii- Drive, died here on Sun-
Mrs. Wolk came to Miami in
and was an active Jewish
kiunal leader.
was a life member of the
Len's Division, American Jew-
tongress, a member of Hadas-
IJewish Home for the Aged
numerous Zionist organiza-
|s. Wolk was also actively af-
ed with the Miami Beach Jew-
Denter.
vices and interment were in
lington. North Carolina, with
li Beach Riverside Chapel in
|e of arrangements. Mrs. Wolk
uvi'il by a son, two daugh-
|a brother and six grandchild-
lirate Service
Sittterhood
Friday Evening services of j
nh David Synagogue will be
ted to the Women of the
hood.
Harry Laufer, president,
ecently returned from the
ntion of the National Worn-
civile of the United Syna-
ol America, will give a
(resume of her experiences
Convention.
participating in the service
the Mesdames Max Berg
|st vice president of the Sis-
Mnrris Rabinowitz, 2nd
resident; and Phil Abrams,
be president.
i Max Bkapiro will offici-
LEGAL NOTICE
Lester Tolof |
Su4-iimbs Here
Lester Toloff. of 225 Zamora Av
enue, Coral Gables, passed away
on Wednesday, December 24th, at
the age of 60.
A resident
here for the past
five years, Mr.
Toloff came to
the Miami area
from New York.
He was a mem-
ber of the Mas
ons, Shriners, the
Photographic So-
ciety of America
and the Coral
Gables Jewish
Center. He was also affiliated with
the Coral Gables Chamber of Com-
merce and helped found the Zion-
ist District of that city. Mr. Toloff
had a national reputation as a pho-
tographer, having exhibited his
portraits in salons here and a-
broad.
He was a former owner of stud-
ios in Davenport, Iowa, and Chi-
cago, Illinois, and was in charge
of the portrait work of the New
York Daily News for some 11
years.
Operator of Pilkington Studios,
Coral Gables, at the time of his
death, he is survived by his wife,
Lucile; a brother, Joseph: and a
sister, Mrs. Helen Ray. Services
were at the Gordon Funeral Chap-
el, with Rabbis Leon Kronish and
Jacob Kaplan officiating.
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Murray Purrsey.
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AND FOR DUDE COUNTY,
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IN 1(1 :. AlMH'TION UK
III.I. MARILYN ORISWOCt)
a Minor Child
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>Jevlstncr*fc*1-
nOPAY. lANUAnv .
i>AGE 10 A
5EIHT0R MOUSE, GEORGE JESSEL TO 3BKT
APPEAR AT INITIAL GIFTS AFFAIR ON 11
ral
b n '
I host

tor V
-eph Cherni
I
i
cated to tl
who was named i
Cj :" su
deatl here.
. .. : '

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B"W


Beach memoes JjJ
;
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co .rd nator i



I plans for
i mral sett'ei '. dn\e in the Ac-
v .. ,hanl ;. ... tants'Divisioi prevent co!
."on Met w.th .heightened profes
I r24j activitj between the months
:.-.., | .-. is) press : ol January and March.
. tnis Wven winter I- Trades Division Chairman Sam
rael can be helped to meet it Heiman told of an unprecedented;
present economic crisis through an expansion procram in the trades
intensified effort by the Jews of and industries in the South Flor-1
America through the United Jew ida area and emphasized the grow-
ish \ppeal and through their lo mg responsibility ol business and
eal I mmunity campaigns." professional persons in supporting
A veteran personality of stage, local participating institutions
screen and radio. Jessel i' one of Sidney Lefcourt. chairman of the
the few actors to have established Accountants Division in last years
himself SUCCessfull) a.- a motion campaign, described the work of

named ho--- an
affair which is expected to attract
a capacity audience
Major address of the evening
will be delivered by Senator
Wayne Morse. Senator Morse,
whose career has been distinguish-
ed by his consistent support of
humane and liberal legislation, es-
tablished himself as a dramatic
and controversial figure in the
recent Presidential election He
has made several appearances
throughout the country speaking
Name Seymour Rubin To Aparfmt
Division Of Combined Appeal Driv]
Seymour Rabin, prominent fig-
.;. Gre,ter Miami investment
.....re* ha been appomt-
an ni the Apartment
,n of the
.... i Jew! h Ajm'< u
,. tment w
week by
i hairman He*>

h rtlj
,., the post of leader
, announced he would
ration a conccntrat-
...... with n a-drlve" to reach
residents ol more than 1.800 apart-
menl houses and many now motels
in the Greater Miami area to urge
: rticipation in the cam-
linq to Chairman
Rubins plan. .. Mock by block
manpower pattern will be set up
to insure complete coverage, and
a system of awards will be estab-
lished for the top contributors in
these areas.
Our Division has been assured
the cloae cooperation of the Apart-'
ment House Association in Miami j
and Miami Beach, the Motel Own IPpPra laUllfJ T# I
,r- Association, the Chamber of ffpfff* |)| Taviatl
Commerce and other civic groups) ^ Qptn ^ ^
who are interested in the promo-j ami ^j present a rumte^
tion and success of the humanitar- ropolitan Opera stars u a]
ian campaign.' Rubin said.
Seymour Rubin
behalf of the United Jewish picture producer
Appeal Campaign which seeks to
raise funds for Israel, overseas
relief and rehabilitation and refu-
gee adjustment in the United
States.
President of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federal: d ai Weinkle
expressed gratifies:. -. H "" news
of Jessel's and Senator V rsa -
participation in '.'.- b) Ual Gifts
program.
"Many Greater Miami institu-
tions look to the annual Combined
Jewish Appeal for funds." Wemkle
stated. "Mount Sinai Hospital, the
Jewish Home for the Aged, the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
other important health and wel-
fare institut ist receive al-
locations thr ugh ix Appei
order l rs open
ai I ntinui r i \ I he n si
area
: "..- -
term in thi S< nati Mi
: the War
Labor Eoai 12 t : '44
; -. .
I:. .: En rgei a 1941
r to his elec..... Sei
'' '' -.', Pro-j
lessor at th L"i >regor
1 Sch tinu he
wrote th Survi
Th '. Systl
entering i Senai
i ...

nesota.
Senai phB
: the Ui
' the LI m the
< 192
and 1
I -' 1932 In 1 '4-. he
rt I :.. egree fr
i nter-
1
'
num-
' nd welfare
* ;i n lief and
" annual-
ly I
' during
fort nun-
mi i tii and groui
to Israel with
" eleven jer.
II Jessel a]] aspects
oi current prol l< s an ei
A co-star w.ih such personalities
as A! Jolson Eddie Cantor. Fanny
Br.ce and many American enter-
taiamenl figures Jessel has also
won distinction as a dramatic ac
the Division which culminated
with a record-breaking dinner at
the Monte Carlo Hotel, featuring
an address by Justice William 0.
Douglas Enrollment of 100 per
cent of the professional group was
tor. playwright, movie writer, song assured by Accountants Chairman
writer producer of Broadway mus- Wasserman.
...:.- and plays r.ight club enter-
tamer radio c -median and film
actor
Initial Gifts chairman Jacob
and HoDorarj chairman Jos-
eph Cherner have announced that
top workers in the Women's Divis-
ion are lending full support in the
preliminary arrangements for the
January 11th affair
Wise Hadassah
A regular meeting of the Steph-
en S. Wise Group of Hadassah will
be held on Monday. January' 5th. 1
p.m.. at the Monte Carlo Hotel
' There will he a skit entitled. The
Cure, followed by a musical pro-
gram and refreshments.
ductions of Gianni Schatatl
member of the Great- ***& and Cavalleru fa,
...._. by Mascagni. on Satunto
er Miami Jewish Federat.on s | ^JJ evenjns ,J^
Board of Governors and has serv- ,nd 19th. at the Dade CoaatjJ
ed in previous campaigns with the Miami Beach Auditorium
Hotel and Apartment House Units. According to 4fJurc di I
He is a vice president and director j director. Dr. Deems Taykt]
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis- raU>r j **' Metropolitan
. .. Quiz, will be present at tail
trict and is a member of the Board 7 ,
day evening performance ml
of Temple Beth Sholem
Rubin received the LLB degree
from Fordham University and the
BS degree at Columbia University.
He hails from New York City, and
has been a Miami resident since
1936 He resides at 2437 North j
Meridian Avenue.
Beach to tell the story oft
operas.
Di Filippi said that Dr.
will fly from New York in
ly following his Saturday
noon radio stint in order I
ticipate. He will also itte
Sunday Opera Guild
Party.
3&.JC9n
StaSSl 5** Eic,ure Produce,
the Initial Gifts Kickoff Din
and entertainer.
wii
shortages b
)ner oi the 1953 Combined Jewish
snortages resetting Israel's econr,m u'"umea Jew*h }
Minister Moshe Share .^ his hZV- n GXPressed bY Jessel
ness to Jessel l*^^"^1?.** Gan- Iaal. du,
Clmb Will Honor
Mrs. Mulmuth
Pioneer Women. Club No. 1 "Pper riqhti as he o
Plans a dinner to honor Mrs. Sarah media,e to help Israel through it, cu^ ^
Ma.'muth's 70th birtlub. ... as a good-will ambassador for the. IITA rT ? ecnomic en
-aughter JerUynn (lowe, Uft! (L^A:^Verlook'n Haifa P
Mrs
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Malmuth is treasurer of
Club No. 2. Chairman of the even-
ing will be Jacob Fishman. accord-
Hag to Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president
uuinM jeruynn (lower left) thp hr.k. i-----^ na"a v
tent at Sha'ar Aliyah Retention r brea,h'akmq v.ew of Hai
Jessel. who ^^SS^&Z^V ^ h" da"
dared on his return tha? hK ^'^ "* ol *** as well
America through the United Jewi,rAnrl^n0miC cris,s c
thousands of recent uoJ^S^^ -P"d the How

appear here with United States Senator Wayne Mcrse
ppeal on January 11th. at the Saxony Hotel. Ccr.cenv
m Photo at upper left) during a meetina with Israel f
mg Jessel s recent tour of the Jewish state. It was sei:cu'
with Prime Minister David Ben-Guiion on the need
s's The Pnme Minister subsequently lauded Je"%"
ort. producer and entertainer George Jeeel shows hii "1
la from Mount Carmel. Breakinq bread with immipi^
qhter Qower right) during their recent riait to the Storfr
as io many new taa-, citiE#n- durinq bi, ,uiy_"
be alleviated with the help ol "an intenaified efft br
ot gift dollar, neceaeary to receive and abaosb bi-1


5AY, JANUARY 2. 1953
randeis Women
?ar Mrs. Abrams
stall Of if cers
Irs. Irving Abrams, of Boston.
Lsachusetts. national president
Iho national Women's Commit-
I for Brandeis University, will
|ei*k at a meeting of the Greater
mi Chapter on January 9th,
Algiers Hotel, it was an-
nced by Mr. Harold Turk, presi-
de third woman to be appoint-
to the University's Board of
tees, Mrs. Abrams has for scv-
ycars been devoted to the
ests of higher education. She
ist president of the Women's
larship Association of Bos-
vice president of the League
ewish Women's Organizations
loston; member of the Speak-
Rureau of the United Jewish
a I: and has also .served on
Iprnkers' Bureau for the New
Ud Region of Hadassah.
io on the program for fhe
noon will be a preview 0f the
ersity Of Miami Sketch Book.
I'niversity of Miami Varsity
The show was written by
Herman, a University stu-
;ind will be presented by a
TMty cast.
Original song called, When
y Heart, will be played by
Olive Dungan Pullen who
the music. Words are by Ada
Morley.
la lation <>f officers will fea-
the meeting. Mrs. Ben Zien
i "ill take office as presi-
n n ivUI becoUM honorarv
ilent
< rs !o be installed in-
the Mea lamea Aaron J-'arr.
itrich, Robert Green.
inder Rohbins, Nathan Btrauss
Thurman, vice presi-
Sydney AronoviU, treas-
Belle, recording iec-
Jean C, Lehman, corre-
11 .....etarv; and Anne Sa
pnancjal secretary.
Nominating Committee in
"f the slate include the
mes Morns J. Goldin. chair-
Sydney Aronovitz. Meyer A.
. William Bernstein, Jean C.
n, Max Schwartz and Carl
le.
iiram chairman for the event
Irs Bobbins are co-chairmen
vngementa.
*Jenist) fkrkliftr
Obituaries
PAGE 11 A
pXDtE BCHLl'SSER
7 ol :.-.:. sw 6ih st:,,,. ,.;.., ,.,,
on Baturday hi h.-i p, ,., ''_
T" ,'"' br '"' -*"' Edward on!
'Mephhl. .,,,.1 iVn l.,, .
. Uld i Benjamin
were on Bunda) .,, -n,. M .
;-;-ni w;u. Interment on m.....,J
HERMAN Kl.si\
re, of ._. NB lei Avenue, died here
* f..... O II he pa?
> I yeari, h survived bj r
daughter and .1 brothi
, r. (h< ci..i-,! i-,I,,,.,,,] ,-|
LENA wm.i;
n, of iiu Bouth Hlbtocua Drive died
l: She had been Miami
!""" el" Bbe I. audited
bj her brother, Meyer Bobul; two
daaghtera Mi, Mas Leneoa and Mra
n I ti-hwartx. a aon. Dr Horn
ami nix Knimli-hlWIri-n. Kemafn* were
arm to Wiiminatnu. N..:th Carolina
ror nervier* and Interment by the
Miami Reach Hiv.ralde.
SAI.IK s. JAl-iiCSON
M, <.f JIM Harding Avenue, died on
peeemhei gtrd. sh.- la aurvlved hv
her himhand. Sam; two brother,
a. orge end Iaraei: and ne ilatar,
ra. Rdla \\akn. Remain* ware *enl
t" si. Unite, Mlaaouii, for aecvlcea
and Interment by the Miami Beech
^ti\ oroide*
,. ,. kvki.yn MKSSKH
? ,j0 !*w 4!"'' Avenue, died In a
;"'' hoapltal on D. :;,i x
' ''" four years.
;, '''.......iKlnanj from Mount Free-
tSrsg
Kahn Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Albert
L. Kahn. formerly of 2021 N. Mer-
Ker'R.mSf.rwYroStp: avenue, Miami Beach, will
s and Uke P'ace Sunday. January 4th at
3 p.m.. at 1ft. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating.
Mr Kahn is survived by his widow.
Ida; a daughter. Mrs. Harriet K.
Zeientz: a son, Arthur M. Kahn,
and a sister. Mrs. Shirl K. Rogers.
........ JAPOH l:\ni:
. of 8100 SW 15th Street, died In a
,:'.' I;:;;;;- :i Sunday \
i- he i-
-.,rvlv.-,l by bla Wife .;. "\l^;l
*'" <""":: Mi> Kelman Ban Re.
"-.d "n^Zj't. '.!]. all of Miami Beach; also a"'nephew:
neaeh Men...rii r... Burton S. Kahn. another sister,
PAULINE M:\ v Vlrs William Braun. Rockwell Cen-
I- aurvlved by her huaOand. rSr'maina B Kahn" of Cleveland, and four
were sen: to Sew Tot* CHy for aerv- *-""
R?ver?|,dlln,'^m''n, ** T)" -' '
HKKMAM CKHIiKi:
54, Of Ml Lenoa Avenue, died on T>e-
c.mhei 2|rd. He la Hiirvlved by his
wire, fella: and one dauahl-:. Mr*
Jai-lc Fink Itemalnx were sent to
Hrookl.Mi. Mew York, for aarvlcea and
IntermeiK t.y the Miami He.-o h Rlver-
slde.
IIVMAN STKI.V.MAN
>|L of 1KXI \V.ishlne|..ii Avenue, died
on n, ember t4tfa it. la aurvlved by
his ,f... Henrietta. P.emalna weea
Kent to Brooklyn. Now rork, for aef-v.
<< rmem by the Miami
H, .'! .1 lilVelMiie.
JQB1 PH D BPBNCBR
M, of '.,r.,,.,],.., Av, .,. UAnntli
K"} ,:i l '" laj al hla reaRenre
He I- aarviv. I i hi wife. rr.,,.s.
two broth, i- Iarael and Mvron: and
one alarer, Mra. Pauline stein Re-
niainn w.re sent to New Voik I'lty for
erylcea and int.ment by "The Mi-
ami iiu.' aide .
grandchildren. Arrangements are
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
sweeten your
party table with
@Thi$ seal an all
Dromedary products
It your guarantee that
tttey are strictly kosher
they ', pasteurized!

EVA UI.VSl:i:i: :
; i" M hli >b w. ie. .lied on
oer :'..th. Hhe Is aurvlved I v
laband, Morrlt. and one brother,
11' rn.. :i Ka. a i I
I'ii asked to be present.

Gilbert Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of Rose Gilbert,
formerly of New York City, will
take place Sunday, January 4th at
1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery with Rabbi L. Caasel of-!
ficiating. Mrs. Gilbert is survived
by her husband. Paul: father. Jo-,
seph Apatov and brother. Frank i
| Case, both of Miami Beach: and a
aister, Mrs. B. Citron. New York i
City. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany: friends and relatives are i
ha)..;. u/Mh k.iM.:
on Mount sin*. -.1 f
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i m Rain a*
t" I'hleAKi II Uli
by thi Hn ml Bea i Rlt i
Idi
I
l.i il I.- LAMBBRQ
- ill
1 : \ i. in .
-1 i.v
bra w ife. faa] d< two aona, i. v
I nai ind two daugliti ra, Vln I
ette D lei [rude (Ireen-
bei k -'' rvlcei -:.. ,.ii I embi i
-stli. iit ihe Miami RJveraM* PhaueJi
with Rabbi Abranam Caaacl > rn. i.it -
ing. Interment waa on Mount Blnal
i', meti i
BENJAMIN' KROVOWITZ
73. of 181 Snntlllan.- Avenue, foral
?ablea. paaaed away on December
Mth He Is siirviwd t.v four anna.
| Ertill, Albert, Joaeph and Ale*; and
one dauKhter. Mra. Ada l^rens. Re-
I in,linn were sent to Chlravo. Illinois.
for aarvlcea and interment by "The
I Miami Rlveralde"
. Jjerj to be InataUled win
J ,. Morris .\ perl
L '""," William Hern
[ Burk, I..... rnal.
Joaeph Ihi tov,
' ..... Ell, Harr, k,,..
' Bam HVle l'.,nd.
' MHton rrii Irean,
i-i ..... ;. .
Cloldln, .: i -
Sol
' | l-OUll Ii. KM.,,:
. ;. ob* Leon Kap-
H 'nfer h-
' Kranlah. i.e..
I ,1-fkowlix. Irving
[ iw Uexander
ANNA ROBBIN0
71. of L'lii lt Street. Miami Bcaeh.
dl.-fl ,,n Saturday. A resident here
for the past is reara, she la survived
by her aon, Merer Llrhtenateln: rive
Caughtera, two t.-.,th,rs four
IneliidliiK Mis. Small y.elko and Mrs.
Tillle Sl.opir... of foral liahles; elaht
lr in.l, hildren and one areat grand-
chlld. Remalna were sent to Chleaco.
Illinois, for aervleea and Intajrmenl hv
Qordon't Miami Beach Funeral Home.
Levendorf Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Eva
Levendorf, formerly of 260 Merid-
ian Avenue, will take place Sun-
ii- January 4th at 1 p.m. at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rahhi Moses Mescheloft ;i
dating. Mrs. Levendorf is surviv-
ed by her husband, Jacob; daugh-
ter. Mrs. Samuel Elgison of Miami
Beach; also two brothers and two
sisters. She was a member of Beth
Jacob Congregation. Arrangements
are in chage of Palmer's Miami
Monument ,Company: friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
-- ..,.,,:-,, Alexander
t Bam Upton,
I i Makevafcy, jo. -
I "i-tn.-r. itavld PhUllpa, Dmv-
i'" Sam l'i,.-termnn.
BMeadamea Joaeph M itoae irv.
Eawmn V '': S ha,tz. jos-
*,? "ii ;, "' ."'' man. Sa^n
I 8t ^Tk,n! K"il'h SI' vii ',V,'Ki Klry *tune- BWn
Peadaaaaji ., T# f
k Jerom ',;Vll,',n w-In-r. Carl
br,fmre';m^llV,nk""' *" W1*
l-'-.'r,,,,!'''*1",'' '""nbera will be
* iinr ','"," A1hI. Ida
L Uberi pH'kB"li Benjamin
oat M.J)- \ Mtllda Ratner.
Monte Sellg .d Jacob
ALEXANDER STKIN
71. of ,7", wv Hi i \\, nue, ,i .1 ii. ra
In ,i Io il hoajlital, A reaident for
thi at : yeara, )'. la aurvlved bj
h b n ir, Ida It. Ien; daughter; a
.in I .> alat< r .- i \ Icea were
: rdon l ineral Chanel, with
Interment on Mount v-. Cemetery
SAMUEL. I'.ll.is
II, .f ISO \i: :.Jr,l Btreet. died here
Siiii.I.iv A i.sid.nt for the pa-it five
>e.iis. he is survived by his wife. Sir-
ah; three aona and three daaghtem.
8ei i eea were at Cordon> Miami Knn-
eral Home, with interment on Mount
Nebo Cemetery.
BENJAMIN ARKI.SuN
55. of 177.2 K\V 10th Htreet, died un-
ex|.....|eiily at hla home. A reaident
here for the paat three yeara, he la
aurvlved by hi- wife, Roae; a aon.
Milliard: a daughter, Mra. Kamu, 1
Ooedriih; hla mother. Mr*. Yetta Ab-
elaon; ./our alatera. Mra. Mary Neff, ,
Mra. Lillian (I*idlinair> Mra. Vlolei
Oelb; and Mrs. Kleanor Schneider. J
ilordon Miami Kimaral Home waa In i
i-harse if arrangements, with Inter
ment on Mount t-Hnal Cemetery.
Weill Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Gerta
Weill, formerly of 1171 Biarritz
Drive, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, January 4th at 1
p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating
Surviving are her husband. Kurt:
two sons. Hans and Peter. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument C;o mpany
friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
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Mrs. Leonard Snyderman
_ miBarry
Miss Wagner Weds
In Candlelight Rites
A candlelight ceremony was the
setting for the wedding of Gwyn-
neth Louise Wagner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wagner. 4601
North Bay Road, to Leonard Sny-
derman. son of Mr and Mrs. Maur
ice Snyderman. 2736 SW 3rd Av-
enue, on Sunday evening at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated
at the double ring rite-
Bridesmaids were the Misses
Harriet Barondess. Kaye Brodsky.
Harriet Ginsberg. Fern Hoffman
and Arlyne Schockett. Maid of
honor was Miss Harriet Pathman
Newlywed Mrs Snyderman grad-
uated from Miami Beach Huh
School, where she was a member
of the National Thespian Honor
Society and the A Cappela Choir
She attended the University of Mi-
ami and has been affiliated with
the Cathedral Players.
Formerly "f HarrNburg. Penn-
sylvania, the groom served in the
United Stat>'~ Nav) for two yean
and is mat :' the Williams
Kesort Shop fur Men and vice
president of Masa
It. Allan Jackson was his be-t
man. l'sher< were The i lore Nel-
son. F.dward I Roth,
Patrick Seltzer and Howard War-
ren.
A reception followed in the
Temple Banquet Hall.
Heilbrun, Madoff To
Reside In Montreal
Mr. and Mr< Max Heilbrun. of
538 Euclid Avenue, announce th--
marriaye of their daughter Be\
erley. to Isidor Madofl -on of Mr
and Mrs. Sam Madoff. Montreal,
Canada, on December 14th. at the
Hungarian American Cultural
Club, with Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Swir-ky officiating
Given in marriage by her father
the bride was attended by Miss
Ann Madoff. maid of honor Other
attendants vu-re Mis- Iri- Heil-
brun. Miss Pearl Cohen. Miss
Shirley Turetsky and Mrs. Selma
Gallup
Stanley Kramer wa- Ite-t man.
1 -her- were Stanley Levitt. Barry
Kothenberg. Jerry Zinder and Dan-
iel Gallup.
+Jfwistincrk**>fL
DoKigiiatP Both W
Januar, 14th. has been des.g-
nated a- Beth El Sisterhood DW.
,,;1 ,h..t day. members of th*
Sisterhood will "old individual u
ten.....i and evening functions in
,heir home-, according to an an-
nouncement this week bj Mrs MW
Rappaport, vice president
_nUDAY. JANUARY 2
Hostesses w.ll include the Mes
,,,.. ., Zal.s. G. Pearl. M Crys-
. ,- Bernstem, E. Kaplan. C.
Baer. A Pepper, M *^-'
.ni S Palmer. S. T Swirsky.
M. Silver and \ X.-man.
Proceed! are earmarked for the
p sh El Sisterhood,_______
LADY WILL.
SHARE BEAUTIFUL HCjJ
with couple or another \t&f .
.9*. Largo TV. SW. Section.
References Exchanjed
Phone 2-0495
101* S.W. 11th A
-. Ph. }<
Miss Judith Bloom
Miss Bloom Receives
Ring At Party Here
A party in her honor here was
the scene of the engagement of
Miss Judith Bloom, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Jack Bloom, to Lau-
rence Niditch. -on of Mr and Mrs
Maurice Niditch. 1H36 SW 9th
Street
The bride-elect's parents were
ho-t- at the home of her fiance,
where she received her engage
ment nn^
Miss Bloom attended Western
Maryland College and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Mr Niditch graduated fro l Mi-
ami Beach High School and attend
ed the University of Miami.
Temple Israel of Miami will
dedicate its Friday evening
services tonight, 8:15 p.m., to
Rabbi Emeritus Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan on the occasion of his
"8th birthday. Dr. Kaplan
will address the Congrega-
tion on the topic: Who Are
These Reform Jews? He and
Mrs. Kaplan will be feted at
a reception following the
service.
Art Exhibit
An art exhibit featuring 20
painting- from the work of .\r
thur Wolfson will be nn view at
the Library of the Bureau of j,.w
i-h Education beginning Januan
5th.
looting of the Miami Beach Jewish Cent,r Chapter
rtjhe touted Synaacaue Youth. M;ss |ud7 Emhan, Second
Iran left, was crowned USY Queen foi -: rL I
Roberta Sugarmqfi uer., ana Mis. Sueao Zeigsj ^.,.

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ii il ini ji I Menuhin Will Play
Ili^WJlSlWHliDIPldlWUn Here For Bond Drive
II, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1953
SEC. B
erican German Agent
hompson Lauds SS Guard
A News Feature
Keith Thompson is 30 years old. a 1946 alumnus of Yale Uni- ,
and earnest. He is tall, soft-spoken, a good looking bachelor |
tner in a flourishing wholesale textile house. He is a wonder-1
to hi* mother with whom Jic lives in Chatham, New Jersey.
this is very proper and wholesole. But H. Keith Thompson '
nis and works for some astonishing objectives.
,pson believes in the wave -
future Nazi-style. Since July,
I, has been registered with
Apartment of Justice as a
gent for Germany's larg-
Mwar neo Nazi organization,
fciallsl Reich Party.
also registered as "public
- counsel, publicity agent
a;ri representative" of Die
Scii'' a Munich publica-
p.idcd by Dr. Rudolf Asche-
imonger is probably t h e
[word to apply to H. Keith
kon Unlike many of his
Jan contemporaries, young
tomp-on is filled with affec
or many
the flagship of the Byrd Antarc-
tic Expedition as a communica-
tions officer.
Here is his own explanation of!
his concern for German war crim-l
inals and the "German spirit." It
comes from a supplement to his
registration papers filed with the
Justice Department:
"(I) have since hign school days, j
surveyed the American scene and I
participated in a number of poli-j
tical movements. (I) was once at-
tracted to the political left but,
after practical experience in bus-
iness realized the shortcomings of
,, the welfare state. In regards
persons. Among (hp ^.^ ^.^ of (hp ^J
ANN GOER.NG. In a let- ***" f<'C'' :' J^f J*
in of State Dean'man>' to_ ,,,,r (nr,'m)*{ J^**0"
. .... a,"ainst ( ommunisni. In have a
strong Germany, we must have a
revitalized enthusiastic Germany
that will work with' us as a full
; son
Herman GeorlBg will
,r before the eyes o|
than the name of Dean.
.partner. German nationalist
spirit must be encouraged, Ger
many"s union achieved, 'democra-
tic guarantees' guaranteed "
Thompson always puts anything
concerning democracy in quotes
for the same reason he always
numenti wi
in not to his per-
HEINRICH HIMMLER.
ler," Thompson
reporter. "She
' m that she dl I
... f k- P"ts the term '"war criminal.- m
confiscate her ... .... .,_ .
outrage."
lOR GENERAL OTTO ERN-
^EMER. Thompson is execu-
oj the Committee
' Major General
r was a German
I u ho involved him- elf
quotes He doesn't believe that
either an Vttn concepts,
His present activity mark- him
one of the most important Ger
: ropagandists In this country
It keeps him in constant contact
with Fascist leaders in countries
Ilka Japan and Argentina. It keeps
they had no right to remain in
Germany. It's as simple as that.
He feels the same about Jews
in America. All the major Jewish
agencies, including the Anti-De-j
tarnation League, are agents for,
world Zionism and the state of!
Israel, he says. They should be i
compelled to register as foreign I
agents just as he had to.
Because he is American-Born. |
wideawake, Yale educated and not
working for money, the dedicated
Mr. Thompson has become a use-
ful convenience a transmission
beltfor some of the lop conspir-
ators of the world seeking to re-
build or reinforce Fascism.
It is difficult to determine the
source of finances for his work. In
September, the Socialist Reich
Party was disbanded in Germany,
publicly at least. After some weeks
of deliberation. Thompson decid-
ed that he would have to apply
for cancellation of his foreign
agent's registration Btit that has
no! deterred him from his mission
Hi I thai ha Intended
to relit > from bi t< (tile b isini
to devote all of hi; time to th"
cause ol German nationalism.
Ac stated earlier, Thompson is
also re :i tercd as foreign agent
for Die Andere Seite, pub
bj Dr. Rudolf Ascbenauer. A re-
cent book by Jack Anderson and
Donald \v. Ma) McCarthy, The
Man. The Senator, The Ismdis-
Dr. Aschenauer. it reports
th.it. according to American arm)
intelligence, Dr. Aschenader was
a member of a Communist spy
. in Germany. Perhaps k
Thompson, Who wants Fascism re-
ed to fighl Communism
n'l know this.
Or perhaps he does.
Yehudi Menuhin, internationally
renowned violin virtuoso, will ap-
pear at thp Miami Beach Audito-
rium in concert on Thursday eve-
ning. January 29th. under the aus-
pice- ol the Bond- of Israel ("am
palgn.
Although still only in his thir
ties, Mr Menuhin has held a com-
manding position as one of the
world's great musical artists for
more than a quarter of a century.
From his debut at the age of nine
in New York, he has enthralled
audiences of music lovers in every
part of the world with the artistry
and perfection -if his perform-
ances.
Born in New York in 1916. the
son of a Hebrew School teachei.
Mr. Menuhin has studied with Sig-
mund Anker and Louis Persinger
and has made professional appear
ances with many of the great mus-
ical organizations of the world. His
first appearance was before an au-
dience of 6.000. when he played
with the San Francisco Symphony
Orchestra. Following this concert,
he travelled to Europe where he
further studied under George
Eneseo and Adolph Busch.
While in Europe in 1929. he
made his debut with the Berlin
Philarmonic before an enchanted
audience which included Albert
Einstein. By the time he was
eighteen, he had made a world
plot on Adolf "^ "'"*'. ........; '-''
... 1. i In"' sending pre releases and
hV"."'. 2f petitioning letters to the State
by a Naal nidoctri- ,)op,rlm,nt an(| th(. lllltt.d Na.
h tched sides and
tti i under arrest. A
f y many di aths
promoted to major
rateful Fuehrer.
Ri mi q .. become
for the Socialist
lie ... recently sen-
ttolM, to German Americans and
to Germany.
n i personable but no',
politic.! vd A wiser
for the sake of bis mis-
sion, would not become publicly
identified with George Sylvester
Vieroek, top German "propagandist
"Jl^ '". 1>n:;,n in two world wars and for over a
es for calling the;; ha,f crrt||n ,h(. #* pou.mids,
rro'Jj, lrA i^L "f (i'r"lan nationalism. Nor Would
GERMAN WAR CM* ^ ^^ wfth ,,,, li-.mpson has never ac-; Nazi.tainted voter's Alliance for
the Nuremberg trials and Americans of Gt>rmiin Descent, as
lions as valid He wrote Sec ( Thompson has.
Acli.-on that war criminals; But Thompson is ,hrewd enough
tin connected In th* popular to avojd charges o{ opon anti.
o Germany as men ^"n somitism. He admits that Jews left
khu k 'a fv**1 n*Uln? *f"i Pre-war Germany in great num-
l r ,k th0, 0Xerhelm,n? i hers. He does not deny that things
?it of the People. They must had ,0 Jews who remained.
L, u ""^ demfnds-. But. he argues, the Jews as vas-
i m, Th_omPsn ,s" h'm,sals of a world-Jewish state, could
Philosopher Ol sorts. He proper,y maitain allegiance
s .hat the spirit of our age HiUer regime demandint{ ,oy.
e resurgence of authority j aU t0 ,he Fatm.riand. Therefore.
1 is antithetical to democracy.
>li-m and Communism."
the detriment of democracy,
I'di he so glibly lumps to- j
I' with CommunismThomp-
"- a demon for work, a man
mission. He says he has
'i.In. gets only four hours
Jep a night, works without,
[ensation "except for the peri
satisfaction of being of serv-
ice's no simple approach to
>t how he got that way.
't'son was born in Orange,
and had a pleasant enough
I jod. His father, a successful
Vork business man. provided
n aterial comforts moderately
Thompson went to Drew
served in the US Navy dur-
P'-rld War n. If be had the
| l. -cist principle* then, and
? sued them, he mam fed not
f'' "foul of naval intelligence.
Hfc and MH7. he served aboard
t.ttlv Will Spemk
.1 / Zitmisi l.unvh
Efraim Gale will be gue t sp ik
er at the Zioni-I Luncheon
Meeting on Wednesday, January
Till. 12:15 p.m.. at the RlU-1'U.a
Hotel.
His topic will be: The VMHA
American And I-i.
Zionist Luncheons are regular
Wednesday functions of the Miami
h, ach Israel Zionist District head
cd by Fred Jonas. AI Oasip is
chairman and teastmn-ter. assisted
by (harles II. Lee, Dan Broad.
Jack Fishman. Irving Schatsman,
Frank Gordon, Harry gent. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Faye Tupler and
Mrs. Ossip.
Brandeis Chapter, AJC
Brandeis Chapter. American
Jewish Congress, met on Monday,
at the home of Mrs. Ralph Spero.
4335 Royal Palm Avenue, accord-
ing to Mrs. Bess Lesser, president.
Dr. Samuel H. Goldenso.i.
| 70, was recently named Rab-
bi Fnrr;;us of Tempie Erwan-
i u-El, Now York City. He will
vote par! of each year to
travelling throughout the
' UnTed States to present the
position of Reform Judaism.
Tropical l.uilgc
Xomimatieo
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will
! nominate new officers for 1803 at
'a business meeting on Tuesda;
8:30 p.m., at the Beach Branch
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com
miinity Center.
Alvin Budner. pre-ident. indicat-
ed that the Lodge has also sched-
uled two events during the first
month of the new year. These in-
clude a Bar-B-Cue Picnic on the
17th. and a South Pacific The
atre Party at the Dade County
Auritorium on the 31st.
Bob Stone is In charge of res
ervations for both events.
Yehudi Menuhin
tour that included no engage-
ments in 63 cities
During the last war, he gave
more than .">IMI concerts and raised
millions of dollars. At the request
f Gen he
: :
Forces into France and Bel
,m troops there Aiti the
en I 'i the hostilities, Mennh n ap-
ed in all I iced 1
- throughout Euri
Hi- ;> p< Brance h J
ii, highlight the I I
. and ion I Ih
rill limited I
lor I-r.u
c .Mil,
' '
Mr Airnuhin ha given
K ading < I irinj thi
i ar, i;"-' udd, "thai thi i
for seats has In most ca
than the caj acitj s
\\ e urg i' ryone to n
re i rvation for thi
early."
i his Jan will
mark the only w h<
ance of thi violinist ii
an-a.
14mil4*4tv Tt> Svrw
, Sixth+Tvrm I >
j finite} Prvsidvni
Th la i i tin ol 1952 was
; held by fhe Men's Fashion GuiJ
of .Miami Beach at the Lo
i Hotel in which the Guild re-eh '
(i\ir lender Jules Gillette as i
: dent.
In addition to Gillette, who will
: serve hi- sixth consecutive term.
Joseph Linn was re-elected vice
! president. Jack Silverman was re-
i turned as treasurer.
Other officers are I,arry Hoff-
man, vice president, and Earl Pert-
noy. secretary.
Jewish chaplains^ Japan (photo al left) and in Korea (right) meet in religious retreats with
Rabbi Aryeh Lev. director ol the Division of Religiojs Activities of the National Jewish Wei
fare Board Rabbi Lov'b four-week miseion to Korea, Japan and other areas of the Far East
Command was undertaken at the invitation of the US Department of Defense Durina his stay
in the Far East. Rabbi Lev conferred with chaplains on their problem* and brought beck a
detailed picture ol supply nd maraie needs.
Rabbi Kvinvn Is
\ isiiinif Miami
Rabbi Abraham B. Reines. son
of the founder and first president
of the Mizrachi Organization and
author of a series of classic and
historic works, is visiting here at
the Safra Guest House, Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Reines is in the midst of
publication of three works, two
of which will appear in Hebrew,
Yiddish and English. One of these
volumes is the first complete biog-
raphy of the founder of Mizrachi
and comprises a history of this
Zionist organization's develop-
ment.
Young Adult Meeting
Ed Klein, president of the
Young Adult Group of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, announces a
meeting of the group on Wedne-
day evening. January' 7th, in the
Social Hall of the Center. 1701
-WfcslMngton Avenue.


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a to a peace settlement in Palestine *s *?
v Hoc Political Committees debate l, \hh,\?
id thai Hi P**ct> Plan h*d o^n widel) :-ubhc^?i
articularly in the newspapers of Efypt and
paptn ere full and without coo*!
be taken into considerate- .. i <"*
\ m rejoiced over the election of '.Tieralfc
that the Republicans would be : :e sym7JJ
it than the Democrats Vet. at the same U nuitnj
re that the new administration in W-h:npod
: using its influence to bring at> jt dirw,
the old adnunistratioD because of the Arab <&,
;er.t Truman
Then the^e art the ore** cHewf*! which have takan
the Arab states since the last direct aswetiatiorn or n
bt**mmnt after fever ntrant has fallen and military diet,.
ban* taken tha.r place. These upheaval* r symptom, ^^
fownd dweontent a-nenf the are** mew ef the Arab mJ
rb*ir da man d* htr referm.
L>.-ae:: dejefates here have said prreatelT tha- the> ,
^-> dictatorship, but the> believe that 'rr.eofra]
1Mb DM of General Naguib in Egypt, are better ika<
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rc=ed a tot of hepe oa General Safwih and :'> nmy
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-not shown any aapu o cwooeratiea m
-/tia* a has been the rewease General Ka
be Geraaaa resutntaon treaty in the knvnhftl '.i^M
h i state o/ war wnh Israel con:.- jS
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kv YORK (JTA>The Amer-
(jewish Congress last week
bed the recent statements is-
|by the Roman Catholic Bish-
America and the Protestant
nal Council of Churches for
fating the injunction of more
religious instruction and
at into public education "as
Ituting a serious threat to the
fional American principle of
ation of church and state."
Resolution, unanimously adop-
oday by 250 Jewish leaders
ling the joint administration
?xccutive committees year-
Hi,cting at the Stephen Wise
[ess House, critized the
he Bishops for being "prim-
concerned with securing a
of tax-raised funds for paro-
school purposes" and the
gtant group, though express-
Hherencc to the principle of
|h tale separation, "as never-
striving to delimit its in-
flation so as to permit the
lion of the time, premises or
fulum of the public school
li tur religious instruction or
trination."
6 invocation of slate aid on
11 religion," the resolution
will inevitably force citi-
lc along religious lines
over cither the
financial assistance var-
tbouM receive from
I funds r whose religion
,i a g h t in the public
in such a controversy,
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are ultimate eaa-
irming the rijjht of any
to maintain tta own
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iresi msi -ts in its
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em must !><
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1 ) unite in maintain
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: resolution, th- AJi
lit ret :.' Pra nie
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re now actively
nti a un in-
itional policy." The
;ed that the weapon
sm is being wieM d
'le a ,,t lor eco-
ti curry the favor
litic elements in i
and elsewhere, to hcr-
iance with the enc-
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n solution added, "those
ire less, important than
tences of ihia resort to
anti-Semitism. There can be lit-
tle doubt that Jews in the Corn-
inform lands will now become the
special victims of mounting sus-
picion and discrimination. The ac-
tivities of Jewish institutions will
be even more rigidly circumscrib-
ed and any hope of emigration to
Israel has probably been wholly
shattered."
Civic Orchestra Will
Give Free Concert
Here In February
A free symphony concert will be
given by the Miami Beach Civic
Orchestra on Monday, February
23rd, at the Miami Beach Audito-
rium, it was announced by the
Friends of the Miami Beach Civic
Orchestra here.
It was also revealed at a meet-
ing of the Friends late last week
that Alfred A. Lesser has been
appointed as executive director of
the group.
The Miami Beach City Council
will assume the expense of the
rental of the auditorium. Lesser
aid.
Assistance of the local musi-
cian's union in paying the union
musicians participating has also
been obtained, according to the
director.
Other actions taken .by the group
at its meeting included the com
pletion 'if arrangements for a mu
sicale scheduled m \t Wedneadaj
fA the Miami Beach Elementary
School ami the appointment of Dr.
Michael HorwHz and Mrs Ethel
..on as co-chairmen of the
Wsiys and Means Committee.
Mrs. Sylvia Flaunt and Mrs .\do
line Haiduck have been named co-
chairmen of the Entertainment
Committee. Sidney a. Stciner and
rt Bromberg are c chair
men of the Publicity Committi i
and Miss Edna Finberg and Mrs.
Etamona Horwit? will be > i chair-
men of the Journal Commit
Judge Spoet Will
Head Beach
Bar Association
The Seventh Annual Installation
Dinner of the Miami Beach Bar
Association will be held Thursday,
6 p.m.. "at the La-
tin Quarter. Palm
Island.
Judge Harold
Spaet will be in-
stalled as presi-
dent, according
to Harry Arthur
Greenberg, chair-
man. Judge Spaet
succeeds H a r-
r y Zuckernick.
Greenberg also
indicated here
that Circuit Judge George E. Holt
will be installing officer.
Others elected are Simon Eng-
lander, 1st vice president; Godfrey
K. Newman, 2nd vice president;
Gerald J. Klein, secretary; and
Richard E. Gerstein, treasurer.
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Judge Spet
U of M Thanks Press, Public
An expression of appreciation,
for the county-wide expressions of
sympathy at the recent death of-)
President Bowman F. Ashe, of the
University of Miami, has been is-
sued to the press, other institu-
tions and the general public by
the University's Board of Trus-
tees.
Speaking as a body, the Board
adopted the following Resolution: j
"RESOLVED, that the Board of j
Trustees of the University of Mi-'
ami extends thanks, on behalf o{
the University, to all those sister
institutions, the press, the general
student body, the ROTC and the
many individuals whose message;
of sympathy and condolence and
whose thoughtful services have
helped to ease the sorrow result-
ing from the recent loss of our be-
loved President, Dr. Bowman Fos-
ter Ashe."
Dr. Ashe died here on Decem-
ber 16th, at the age of 67.
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Board Discusses Budget
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
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Tuesday evening at the Bureau of
Jewish Education to review re-
quests of all agencies applying for
inclusion on the allocation listing
of Miami's 1953 Combined Jewish
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Till* Insurance Plidf of
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El Congregation.
Plans for the croup's Annual
Installation will be aside at that
time. Mis. Israel Goldberg, presi-
dent, aa well as the entire slate of
officers, has been unanimously re
tlectcd.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Samuel Krolouit/.
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he Sabbath
Its Meaning For
Modern Man
by Dr. Abraham
J. Heschel
PART II
\r they looked upon was
consumed by the fire
yes. Thereupon a voice
En exclaimed:Have ye
destroy My world? Re-
tir cave!
returned and dwelled
her twelve monUis: for,
[the punishment of the
hell lasts only twelve
He twelve months had
an end. the voice was
heaven saying:
from your cave!
,.j went out. Wherever
bar hurt. Rabbi Shimeon
(id Rabbi Shimeon:
if only we two remain
This, then, is the answer to the
problem of civilization not to flee
from the realm of space; to work
with things of space but to be in
love with eternity. Things are our
tools; eternity the Sabbath, is our
mate. Israel is engaged to eternity.
Even if they dedicate six days of
the week to worldly pursuits, their
soul is claimed by the seventh day.
Technical civilization is the
product of labor, of man's exer-
tion of power for the sake of gain,
for the sake of producing goods.
It begins when man. dissatisfied
with what is available in nature,
becomes engaged in a struggle
with the forces of nature in order
to enhance his safety and to in-
crease his comfort. To use the
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for the world
the eve of the Sabbath
ly left the cave, and as
|c out they saw an old
inn two bundles of myr-
hand. a sweet-smelling i
Ins the perfume of para-
Ire th/se for, they asked
pre in honor of the Sab-
old man replied,
bbi Shimeon to his son:
and see how dear God's
^s arc to Israel. ..
moment they both found
|ry of snnl.
?bi shimeon eternity was
ned by those who bartered
space but by those who*
|w to fill their time with
|o him the great pro&Iem
rather than space; the
how in convert time into
rather than how to fill
fth buildings, bridges and
>nd the solution of the
lay in study and prayer
Ban in geometry and engi-
Shimeon's doctrine doe-
There is only heaven
ng else; but heaven con-
him and said: There is
nd everything else. His
TmniT was sharply broken
Poice: Have ye merged to
imy World? What Rabbi
decried, the Voice en-
not until Rabbi Shimeon
I-on came out o{ tne caye
|nd of their second period
V that their minds were
>< to the idea that the
f*s s"!e of heaven is worth
>n. What caused the
tf mind?
I the "old man" -symboliz-
Jeople of Israelwho went
y-'t the Sabbath with myr-
" hand as if the Sabbath
ride.
language of the Rible,-the task of
civilization is to subdue the earth,
tt have dominion over the beast.
Is our civilization a way to disas-
ter, as many of us are prone to
believe? Is civilization essentially
evil, to be rejected and con-
demned? The faith of the Jew is
not a way out of this world, but a
way of being within and above this
world: not to reject but to sur-
pass civilization. The Sabbath is
the day on which we learn the art
of surpassing civilization.
The solution of mankind's most
vexing problem will not be found
in renouncing technical civiliza-
tion, but in attaining some degree
of independence of it.
What are the kinds of labor not
to be done on the Sabbath? They
are, according to the ancient rab-
bis, all those acts which were nec-
essary' for the construction and
furnishing of the Sanctuary in the
desert. The Sabbath itself a sanc-
tuary which we build, a sanctuary
in time.
Why are the Eighteen Benedic-
tions not recited on the Sabbath?
It is because the Sabbath was giv-
en to us by God for joy, for de-
light, for rest, and should not be
marred by worry or grief. Should
there be a sick one in the house-
hold, wc might remember this
while reciting the benediction:
"Heal the sick," and would be-
come saddened and gloomy on the
Sabbath day. It is for this same
reason that we recite in the Sab-
bath grace after meals the request
that "there be no sadness or trou-
ble in the day of our rest." It is a
sin to be sad on the Sabbath day.
THE SPLENDOR OF SPACE
An allegorical interpretation of
an ancient debate.
The Time: about the year 130.
The place: Palestine.
The people present: Three lead-
ing scholars and one outsider. The
place and the people under the
dominion of the Roman Empire.
Rabbi Judah ben Ilai, Rabbi
Jose, and Rabbi Shimeon ben Yo-
hai were sitting together, and
with them was a man called Judah
ben Gerim. Rabbi Judah opened
the discussion and said:How fine
are the works of this people (the
Romans)! They have made roads
and marked places, they have
built bridges, they have erected
bathhouses.
Rabbi Jose was silent.
Then Rabbi Shimeon ben Yohai
replied and said:All that they
made for themselves. They made
roads and market places to put
harlots there; they built bridges to
levy tolls for them; they erected
bathhouses to delight their bodies.
Judah ben Gerim went home and
related to his father and mother j
all that had been said. And the
report of it spread until it reached
the government. Decreed the gov-
ernment:
Judah who exalted us shall be
exalted; Jose who was silent shall
go into exile; Shimeon who reviled
our work shall be put to death.
When Rabbi Shimeon heard of
the decree, he took his son Rabbi
Eleazar with him and hid in the
House of Learning. And his wife
came every day and brought him
steathily bread and a jug of water.
When Rabbi Shimeon heard that
men were searching for them and
trying to capture them, he said to
his son:
We cannot re.y upon a worn i
an's discretion, for 'he can easily
be talked over. Or perhaps she
may be tortured until she disclos-
es our place of concealment
So they went together into the
f eld and hid themselves in a cave.
0 that no man know what had be-
come of them. And a miracle hap
pened: a carob tree grew up inside
the cave and a well of water open-
ed, so that they had enough to
eat and enough to drink. Thi-y took
off their clothes and sat up to
their necks in sand. The whole day
they studied Torah. And when the I
time for prayer came, they put [
their clothes on and prayed, and |
then they put them off and again
dug themselves into the sand, so
that their clothes should not wear I
away. Thus they spent twelve-
years in the cave.
When the twelve years had come
to an end. Elijah the prophet cam-?
and. standing at the entrance of
the cave, exclaimed:
Who will inform the son ot*
Yohai that the emperor is dead and
his decree has been annulled'.'
When they heard this, they
emerged from the cave. Seeing the
people plowing the fields and sow-
ing the seed, they exclaimed:
These people forsake eternal life
and are engaged in temporary life!
(Copyright 1951 by Abraham J.
Heschel. Published by Farrar.
Straus & Young, Inc.. New York,
in cooperation with the United
Synagogue of America. Repro-
duced by American Jewish Press,
News and Feature Service of the
American Association of English-
Jewish Newspapers in conjunction
with the National Sabbath Observa-
nce Effort as a public service of
the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica i
Jewish Issni Invoked In Italy
ROME (JTA)The fact that the^ernment financial assistance for
Catholic Church in Italy gave sane- the building of Catholic Churches
tuary to some Jews and other min- j an*! parish houses, according to
orities during the Nazi-Fascist per-' proponents of a bill now before the
secutions of Jews and political op- Italian Parliament to spend $12,-
ponents entitles it to receive gov-1 000,000 for this purpose.
Zionists Resign From French l.roiio
PARIS (JTA) Many Zionists resigned have begun to form a new
and a number of non-Zionists have, veterans organization. After the
resigned from the Executive of the war the veterans group reached a
French Jewish Veterans Organiza
tion following a difference of opin-
ion over the attitude which the
group should take toward the
peak membership of 4.000. One
small group of Communists, esti-
mated at about 100. eventually
gained control of the group's pol-
Prague trial. The members who icy.
Hiscnhfiwor Thanks National Fund
NEW YORK (JTA)President i the day after General Eisenhower's
elect Dwight Eisenhower has asked
the Jewish National Fund of
election to have a tree planted in
Israel in his honor. The letter to
the .JNF asked that the President-
America to convey his thanks to 0)PCfs appreciation be conveyed to
Ifrs. Sarah Goodman, of San Fran-
cisco, who made arrangements on
Mr- Goodman "for her thoughtful-
ness."
Fast tiprinanK MoliVve Jew Of Office?
LONDON (JTA)Arnold Zweig.
65-year-old world famous German
novelist and prominent Zionist in
pre-Nazi Germany, has been re-
lieved of his duties as president of
the Academy of Arts of East Ger-
many at his own request, the press
reported here. Zwig, who fled
i Germany during the Nazi era,
I spent two years in Palestine. AI-
! though an ardent Zionist, he ap-
1 parently felt keenly his exile from
I the German reading public and
j after the war returned to Ger-
I many. j
"\Si-ari" Bomb Is Hurled In Tel Aviv
TEL AVIV (JTA) A "scare"
bomb was hurled at the Commun-
ist Club in this city. There were no>
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JGIOUS DIRECTORY
ITH ISRAEL HEBREW
fE will hold Friday eve-
Ices at 5 p.m. Saturday
[services are at 9 a.m.,
bi Isaac Ever officiating
issing: Existence And
cha is at 4:45 p.m., fol-
'Shalos Seudos under the
[of Aaron Orshorn. The
II preach on the Weekly
)aily services are at 9
at 5 p.m.
I *
[MIAMI JSWISH CENTER
Friday evening cervices
\.xs\. Late services are at
with Rabbi Alfred Wax
|ciating and assisted by
ireslow. His parents. Mr.
Irving Breslow, will be
[the Oneg Shabbat. Satur-
|inn services are at 9 a.m.,
tiael Breslow will become
k;.h Rabbi Waxman will
tie confirmand. Mincha is
followed by a class in
and Shalos Seudos.

rwoOD JSWISH COM-
CENTER will hod Fri-
in^ services at 8:30 p.m.
[morning and Junior Con-
-ervices are at 9:30 a.m.
lices are at 9 a.m.
*
BEACH JSWISH CEN-
ild late Friday services
i.m., with Rabbi Irving
Ificiating. Guest speak-
Rabbl Solomon I. Mose-1
cron, Ohio. Cantor David
uill chant the musical'
the liturgy, assisted by
rr Choir. Saturday morn
c<- are at 9 a.m., when
Ihrman will discuss the
(Portion. An afternoon
at 4 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily
re in the Chapel at 8
al 5.30 p.m.

[JACOB CONGREGATION
Knday evening services
|.m. Late senices are at
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
is: The Jews Of Kaifeng- j
kr Aaron Weingarten will
fce musical portion of the
paturday morning services
a.m., when Rabbi Mes-
jrill preach on the topic:
pleasing. Junior services
m.. under the direction
of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Mincha
will be at 5.15 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. The Rabbi will air
the Weekly Portion. Daily serv-
ices are at 7 and 8 a.m.. and at
5:15 and 5:45 p.m.

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
officiate and discuss: Crossing The
Boundary Line. At 4 p.m.. the Rab-
bi will review the Weekly Portion.
Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m., and at
5:15 p.m.
?
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
sundown. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. A class in
Talmud will be at 4 p.m., con-
ducted by Rabbi Samuel KrolowiU.
Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Junior
Congregation services are in Ye-
sbiva Hall at 10 a.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will inaugurate
late Friday evening services at 8
p.m. Subject of a discourse to be
delivered by Rabbi Simon April is
scheduled as: Wherein New. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when the Bar Mitzvah of Jack, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Hahn, will
take place. A Mishna class is at 4
p.m.. and will be followed by Min-
cha and Shalos Seudos.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8 p.m.
Ben Essen, local attorney, will be
guest speaker. Subject of his dis-
course is scheduled as: The Lives
And Time Of Sholem Aleichem.
Cantor Elizer Cerner will render
the musical portion of the liturgy.
Saturday services are at 9 a.m.
Daily service&are at 7:30 a.m.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will offi-
ciate, assisted by the Student
Choir under the direction of Mrs.
Jack Donnerstag. The service will
be dedicated to the Sisterhood. We
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Agudath IsraelRahhl liwat- Bvar, Or-
thodox. 52; 7g(h si.. Miami Beach.
Belh David Rabbi Max Shapiro,
* "narrvallve. 22:. SW 3rd Ave.,
Mmml.
Bath ElI>r Shmaryahu Swlrxky. Or-
thodox. MO BW 17th Ave.. Miami.
Bath JaeabRabbi Mourn Meat-heloTf,
Orthodox, 3il-3l I Wash. Aw., M n
Beth ShelomRabbi l^>on Kronlah,
Liberal. 4141 Cliiiae Ave M H
Bath TfllahRabbi Joaeph Rarkov-
"ky, Orthodox, SSI Kurlid Ace.. Mi-
ami Reach.
Coral Gable.Rabbi Morrla Kkop. lib-
eral. 320 Palermo Av.'.. C. Oablee.
Downtown Svnp-"n orthodox 133
NW 3rd Ave.. Miami.
Flagler.oranada., .> vV 5]gt Place.
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
Qroaa, Orthodox. 1* Sth St.. MB.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Reverend
I^o Helm. Ml E. 4th Ave.. Hl.ileah.
HollywoodR.'lhbl Jacob MoiiIk. Con-
aervallve. 21130 Polk Bt Hollywood.
Israelite Canter Rabbi Abraham
Saiha, Tonarrvatlve. 319H SW 24th
Tar., Miami.
Kneaath IsraelRabbi Abraham Caa-
ael. Orthodox. 1415 Kuclld Ave..
Miami Reach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irvine; !,*hrm Conaer.ative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. MB.
Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi Blmofl
April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave.,
Miami.
Monticalio Park Reverend Jeenh
Kata, 16tth Street and XK 11th
Avenue, North Miami Heax-h.
North DadeRabbi Harrv Etlinrer,
Conservative. 13*30 W. Dixie High-
way. North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Maver Ahramo-
wltx. ronxervatlvt-, 620 7".th St..
Miami Reach.
Temple laraalDr. i Narot. Re-
form. 137 NE 19th St.. Miami.
Tifereth Israel 6.100 N. Miami Ave.,
Miami
Waat MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman.
<'onarrvatlve, 5720 SW 17th St..
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox, 4001 Chase
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Zamora Reverend Rudolf Brill. CV>n-
servatlve. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Cables.
Must Reason Together, will be the
subject of a discourse to be deliv-
ered by Mrs. Harry Laufer. Sister-
hood president. Rabbi Shapiro will
preach on the topic: Facing The
New Calendar Year. The Oneg
Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz. Floral
offering will be by Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rabin. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the Weekly
Portion.
a
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15!
p.m. Saturday morning services
will be conducted by Rabbi Alex-1
ander Gross. Scheduled guest'
speaker is Rabbi Samuel H. Prero, '
of the Young Israel Synagogue, j
Detroit, Michigan. Oneg Shabbat
for children will be at 3 p.m., un-
der the direction of Mrs. Alexan- j
der Gross. Cantor Jacob Tambor
will conduct an afternoon class in :
Liturgical Music. Also scheduled
for the afternoon is a Post Grad;,
uate Discussion Group led by the'
Rabbi. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and '
5:15 p.m.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold'
early Friday services at 5:30 p.m.;
Late services are at 8:15 p.m., and j
will be conducted by Hy Morris,
president of the Center, and Ben
Kata, Canton- Guest speaker will
be Rabbi Louis Cassel, of New
York City. On Oneg Shabbat spon-
sored by the Sisterhood will fol-
low. Saturday services are at "8:30
a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Jun-
ior services are at 9:30 a.m., fol-
lowed by Kiddush. Mincha will be
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos.
see
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Dr. Joseph Narot
officiating and discussing: Should
There Be Clemency For The Ro-
senbergs. Religious school sessions
will resume on Saturday at 9:30
a.m.
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate and discuss: Will The
New Year Bring A New Exodus.
Saturday morning services are at
10:45 a.m., when the Bar.Mitzvah
of Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Steinberg, will take place.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portion of the
liturgy.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Guest of honor
will be Chaplain James A. Boston.'
of the Pratt General Veterans Hos-
pital. Subject of his discourse is
scheduled as: Facing Life And
Death. Saturday morning services
are at 10:30 a.m.. when boys of the j
Post Bar Mitzvah Class will assist!
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Ir-|
ving Robinson in the Torah serv-
ice and Kiddush.
see
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will \
hold regular services Friday at
8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E. '
Brill officiating. Arthur Deutsch.
chairman of the Religious Com-,
mittee. will speak on the Weekly |
Portion. The Oneg Shabbat will be |
sponsored by the Sisterhood. Serv-1
ices will begin at 9 a.m., Satur-
day, and will be followed by a Kid- i
dush.
a a a
MIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will conduct Friday evening sen--
ices at 8:30 p.m.. with Reverend
Leo Heim officiating. The Center
Choir will assist. Louis Schwartz!
man, executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
be guest speaker. Subject of his i
discourse is scheduled as: Judaism
And Democracy. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Kncapler will be hosts at the
Oneg Shabbat in honor of their
son's Bar Mitzvah. Mrs. Kneapler
will bless t h e Sabbath candles.
Saturday morning services will be
at 9 a.m., when Stephen Kneapler
will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is
at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv.
a a a
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate and dis-
cuss: A Living Faith. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein will render the musical
portion of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 8:45 a.m.,
when Mickey Matthew, son of Mrs.
Anna B. Tender, will become Bar
Mitzvah.
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fJe^islfkridi^r_
raiDAY-JANUAPT ,
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Symposium On Values Of Summer Camp
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Dr. Emanuel Gamoran. education
director of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, will ad-
dress a general membership meet-
ing of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion on Monday. January 5th. 8 15
p.m.. at 135 NW 3rd Avenue
Dr. Gamoran will be one of the
three-member symposium on Edu-
cational Values In The Summer
Camp. With him will be Seymour
B. Liebman, local attorney. !;
of Jewish Education secretarj
Zionist leader, who will present
the communit) point of view; and
Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky, who will
present a parent's point of ueu
Benjamin Meyers, president ol
the Bureau, will act as chairman
Dr. Gamoran has been enj
in educational activity since 1914 .....
when he became director of the it} Res|
Circle of Jewish Children in Amer v
...
to discuss
Status "
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the Jewish scb
ami His topic will
ica. In 1924. he received the PhD
ree at Teachers College Colum-
L'niversitj He ha- sinc as-
sumed outstar ling posit
neral educ; tMfe
he entered his present |
Dr. Gai is acl
tnunal life as I the
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. ... H, women ro Highlight
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ilizes in Life. Accident,
and Mn-pitalization In-
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Murray Borer.ste::-., 194! I
Avenue, took place or. Satvr.
ray at the Miami Beach Few-
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man officiated. Ale:- attei
Ihe Religious School of the
Miami Beach Jewish Centex
and the Ida M. Fisher Junior
High School.

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-JeHlstncrkUan
id Stephen Kantor, son
1 and Mrs. Bernard Kan-
33 Venetian Way, was
litzvah at the Miami
Jewish Center on Sat-
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
led. The Bar Mitvzah is
lent at the Riverside
Academy.
Rotary Functions Are
Viewed By Smathers
At Luncheon Meeting
Frank Smathers, Jr., will address
members of the Miami Beach
Lodge No. 1591, B'nai Brith. on
Tuesday, 12:15 p.m., at the Nation-
al Hotel.
Subject of Smathers1 talk is: The
Rotary And The Part It Plays In
Our Community Life.
The function is part of the
Lodge's weekly luncheon meetings
according to George J. Talianoff
president, and Gershon S. Miller!
chairman.
PAGE 9 B
>an Nominates
lehrew Free Loan Associa-
| Creator Miami will meet
Bay evening, January 5th,
pun Branch of the Greater
lewish Community Center
|t nominations of officers
new year, according to Isi-
hwartz, president.
Group Changes Name
The Miami Circle of the Com-
panions of Forest of America will
now be called the Shirley B. Kahn
Circle, 1714. of the Companions of
Forest of America.
Meetings will be held on the
second and fourth Thursday of
each month at the American Leg-
ion Hall Post No. 85, 1828 Alton
Road.
A Card Party will be held on
January 8th. 8 p.m., at the hall.
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Professor Dunning Idle, visiting
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University of Miami who spent two
years in Indonesia, at her round
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Steven R. Steinberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Stein-
berg, 1761 Cleveland Road,
Miami Beach, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, January 3rd, 10:45
a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Kronish will officiate.
Steven is a student in the 7th
grade at Nautilus School.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY >
Calls Community To Support March Of
|,iu. Campaign Openin,Januar>indm(^
A call t ""' Greater Miami
community to lend outstanding
Kupport i- the 1953 March d
Dimes Campaign beginning < J"
uan 2nd, ".;- sounded this week
i Robert Pentiand. Jr.. Campaign
director
has conducted i ipecW icUvtt) t"
raise aboul M.000 i >''
l Miami Beach. Mr- Ullian
Wolfe heads the annual group m
hotel parties for the MUm. *ch
,,,,,,.I Association Mid !'
LEGAL HOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
While we cannoi sel Campaign ^ |Mrtli,s ,k $50,000. Pent
goals In each municipalit) In ili<- .u, expiained
area, we can seek the sort of sup- uo,vi., |e,df have
port which will .-nab!.' us lo reacn ianj .,,.,. the Moth
our goal >
been cspeciall) ictive in the Moth
,-r-' March On Polio, the countj
Prntland pointed oul that man> -......eho.,r eoUcction slated (or
.-,.,, ol the cit) make wonderful ;l) fni.n B ,, ,
.pect.1 contributions^to the Man ^ ^ w prf
b> the Dade Count)
fhspte' n
Infantile Paralysis He -
the Chapter spenl W06.0
the job
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plus which we raised la*l
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000 anJ we now owe Vj
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Call :h JEWISH nOBDlAH a


)AY. JANUARY 2. 1953
* Jewish IkrMian
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LEGAL NOTICE
JOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
vrU'E IS HKRKIIY (IlVEN that
wdersagned, desiring to snS>S* uj
In, ,\l HAHI-i'lt MOTEU at 1U040
I Baj Harbor Drive, Town of
Harbor Islands. I .orlda, Intend
tgtster Mild name with the Clerk
pie Circuit Court of Dude County,
MUM UDL P LEFT
LEAH l.AYTON
SADIE LAYTON
k NKlt & MANNKEIMER
:ieyi for Applicants
Lincoln Road
Inn I leach, Florida
it 1/2-9
JOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
pTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
mderslgned. desiring to engage In
, -s under the flctnlouB aai......f
liVS, al 294 Miracle Mile, Coral.
h Kla.. Intends to register Mid
., with the Clerk of ft.- Circuit
t ,,f Hade County. Florida.
HENRY CiROUDAN
-26 1/2-8
JOTICE OF
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts
APPLICATION
of-1M1
LEGAL NOTICE
li..
19th
It
File A-17644
iTICE IS UKKKHY GIVEN that
IIANIEL W". SIEGEL, holder of
mi North Miami Tax Sale Cer-
No. 1170, Issued on tile aeo-
|da> of September. A.I> 112*. hae
...nir in my office, and hae made
ration for a tax deed to be Issu-
Sald Certificate embraces
I v. n;: described property In
jnt> of Ide. State of Florida.
17 A IX. Illork 26. Fulford
amis. .Second Addition, rial
Page 103. lying and being
rh- Town of Ninth Miami,
Ij of Dude, Male of Florida.
.,--.s>inelit of said property
Hi, said certificate was In the
.1 Inknown. 9
- said certificate shall be re-
rdllUJ I" law. the property
herein will be sold to the
1.1,1.1.1 at the Court House
:i the first Monday 111 the month
I!-:,:i. which is the 2nd
iry, lilt,
,| tin 17th day of December,
1: n leathermax.
clerk of Circuit Court,
Dole County. Florida.
Seal)
ID N C BTERRETT,
I puty Clerk
ICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
chapter
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20722 Acti of 1941
File A-17635
- HEREBY GIVEN that
I. \V KIEGEU holder of
nth Miami 'I'M Sale Ccr-
22, Issued the 7th day
l\ has tileil same in
I has made application
lta\ deed in he Issued thereon
embraces the follow-
I ; i operty in the < 'ounty
'.,: of I ,i,i ula, to-wit:
? Block 21, Pulford
llands, Second Addn.. Section
ownshlp 52 South, Range 42
I Mat H ok 8, Pafe 103. iii the
of North Miami, County of
State of Florida.
lament of said property
I the -.11.1 certificate was In the
lol Win. MvArlhur.
Id 1 111 tin. ate shall be re-
ld according to law, the property
e.| herein will be sold to the.
bidder at the Court House
1 the first Monday In the month
maty. I9SJ, which Is the 2nd
February, 19."i3.
il this 17th day of December,
i: I! l.EATHKHMAN,
' Ink of Circuit Court.
Hade County, Florida.
Court Real)
lly N. C. STERRETT,
Deputy Clerk
I 2-|
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEAVMEr,NTcHrJUD.'CIAL CIRCUIT 75
A^D FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 1M74t-C
JOHN v DUGOAN, Plaintiff
vs.
MASSlV.2i,0L5AN- "efen.l.i nt
TOi?1g^.W,ru,A?NUCAT,ON
200S K. Main Street
Chattanooga, Tennessee
,1, I"' ..A,!!K< "BRfBY NOTIFIED
that .. BID of Complaint for Divorce
has been fled agalnet you In Ihi
above entitle,1 ., and you are
required to serve a copy of
yMUr..i !".*' '" "" "iU '' CoZptalnl
on Plaintiffs attorney, and fll. the
o/lglnal in the office ol the ci. rk f
Circuit Court on or before the
lay of January, If.:,-. th. .
a Decree 1 ro c.nfesso will be 1
against you.
This notice shall be published 01)041
f*!U?2*k..?J '"u'' consecutive weeks
In THE JfcWISH FLOKIIMAX
Dated at Miami, Florida, this HO,
day of December, 152
E B. LEATHEILMAX,
(Seal) C "' '"ircu" Courl
By: M. I" OREEN
ot.,s-... Deputy Clerk
BF.lt.NARI> S. MAMiLKIl
Attorney for Plaintiff
104 Incniham Building
Miami, Florida
12,19-26 !/-_____________________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
. No. 224-B
In Re: ESTATE OP
i.A??VPi.A- E^CEI., Deceased
ro All creditors and All persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of jou. are hereby
notified ajid required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have, against the
estate of AWM'II A KNOEU de-
'i.i-eii 1.ii,. of Dad* County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
their office 111 the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
Him publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred.
Date December IS, AD 1952.
LILLIAN < >DZ
As Administratrix Cum
Teetamento Annexo of the
Estate of
A......I'll a. i;m;ki,.
I ii ceased.
GEORGE .1 TAI.IAXi.FI ESQ.
At tome) for Administratrix
12 19-it 1/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NOTICE- BY1 PUBLICATION
ELEAETe^iU'.CIAL CIRCUIT. IN ] IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
It
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To.
she
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 455302
IH.ANCHK Al'AMs, Plaintiff.
vs.
lJ.''LIVAN' ,l "I- Defendants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
E,,G SI'LI.IVAN and
BTTA >l M.IVAN, his wife,
Realden unknown
JI.IA K SULLIVAN and .
81 1.1.I\ AX. ber husband, if
I* married.
nee unknown
And also, all of the unknown
heirs, di i 1... 1 grantees, lega-
tees, assignees. Ilenors, creditors
or other claimants claiming In
or through, under or agajusl any
of the ahov,
And also, all unknown parties
and claimants having or claim-
ing to have any right, title or
Interest in and to the following
described real property k.cated
and situate,-lying and being In
the ounty of Dude, state of
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 32. in l:l, k 14 of HUH.
LAND PARK according, to the
ula 1 thereof, recorded In Dial
Ida.
Page 13, of the Public
ids of Dade^Couiity. FI01 -
YOU AND KAi'H OF* TOO are here-
by ordered and required to file your
appearance on or before the 21st day
of January, 1953. in the above, styled
cause now pending In the Circuit
t ourt of the Klev.nth Judicial Cir-
cuit In and for Dade County, FWida. Miami
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 155012
HART DeKlI.IPl'ls, iiaintiff,
vs.
JACK DeFTLII'PIH, Defondant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JACK DePlLIPPlS
Resilience I'nknown
You. JACK DeFlLlPPIH. are H. 1 ..-I -
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against >Mi
and you are required to serve a cony
.you/ 'A""""'r or Pleading to the
Bill of (oiupktint <,n the plaintlftr
Attorney, GEORGE J. TALIANOFF,
-*-'" Lincoln iload. Miami lieach, Flol-
Ida. and file the original Answer or
Heading In the offn. Clerk of
the circuit Court on ,r before the
iii day of January, n<:,.; H you fall
to do so. Judgment by default will
he taken again si >,,u for the relief
Demanded In the Hill of Complaint
1 his notice shall be published o-u-p
each we, k for fou. consecutive weSka
"X5 W>8H FJU'RIDIAN.
,?>'- ^1' "K'JWIEU at Miami.
AJJ 1132 "' ''Pc*nrt"--r'
I." B. LEATHEHMAX,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade county, Florida.
(Circuit (our! Seal)
By It. 11. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk.
GEORC.K .1. TALIANOPF-
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lin
LEGAL NOTICE
In Chancery, wherein M. Blanche Ad-
ams Is plaintiff and the abuv opined
parties, yourselves and others, are
defendants, and In default of such aj-
p.arance ,i decree pro confess,, will
be entered ijgainst you. KaiiJ cause
was Instituted- for the purpose of
ouletlng title to th above- described
property, as will mpro fully appear
from the hill of cojooUmt filed In the
office of the Clrk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
This ordei shall be published ouce
Florida
Dated, this lth day of December,
19j2.
Ej i: I.KATHKKMAX,
Cl.ik i.| the Ciicull Court
By \vm. \v. sr.vcKixi;,
! puty Clerk
WEPMAN
ncoln Road
lieach, Florida
i2/:.-i-* 1,2
TICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
er 20722 Acts of 1941
File A. 17645
is HEREBY GIVEN that
HI- \V. 8IEUEL, holder of
North Miami Tax Sal,. <>i -
il" red 12S2 and 12s..'. b
1 1 I daj of September, A.I>.
I am in my office, and
application for a tax deed
yi d'Mca the following described
I the County of Dadc.-Sl.ile
1 I, (0 Wit ;
id -i. Blech 26. Cuiiici
Second Addition, Plat
I age 1011. lying and being
fown of North Miami,
: Dade. state of Honda,
>d In Certificate No
pi

["he
assessment ,,f Sill,|
[>v. 11
under the
' 1 was In
I
said cerllfl-
tbe name of
2S, mil Block 26. Ful-
Focond Addition,
" -. Page lot, lying and
I" I own of Xortb Ml-
'l of Dad.-, .stai,- ,,f
brsosd in Certlfl-
1 he asasssinsnt of
D under the -..id dr-
ied .is in the name
k tin w Is,
': .'i i re-
law, Uv
\ d in rein will be
1 "'I.-: at the ',; in House
".'* nda) a Ih,
' \ D, IMJ. which
iruary, ai .
". da; of Deeen b< r,
';, B. LEATHBRMAN,
1.
ad, County, Klo
' Seal)
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. MacCLL'RE
vs.
J1AXITA DeZAMoUA MacCl.lRi:
c o 1 ,i,,i ., 1 lavldson
Naval Base, South Carolina
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: .1.1.in,'. 1 DeZatnora MacClure
You nre hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
STEPHEN K. KESSLER, 4 S.W. 22nd
Avenue, Miami, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the lth day of January.
1V53. If you fall to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the. relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THF: JFJW1SH FI/iRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDKRF:i> at Miami.
Florida, ibis Kth day of December.
A.D. 1VJ2.
E. B. LEA THERM AN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
I'.v WM W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
II 1H-26 1/2-9
WARREN
Atti 1 ney for Plaintiff
4'.T Biscayn Kuilding
Miami, Florida
12/26 I 2.!-i6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslneaa under the fictitious name o(
FLAMINGO RESORT WEAR SHOP,
at ,19 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, Int.-nd to rec 1 name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
CHARLES HUMAN
IRVlXi; WE8TIN
STANLEY M PltKD
Attorney for Applicants
SI4 Seybold Illdg.
12/12-19-26 1/2
L^ J.ttK., C,RCU,T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. '
FLORIDA, IN" CHANCERY.
LOUIS UKUCKET., fu.ntiff
vs.
CHARLOTTE DRUCKER.
.._____ Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; CHARLOTTE DRpi'KKR
11", East 169th Stre, t
Btonx .'.I. New York
,,V'"' ,.^K. **K"V NOTIK1ED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
haa been fu.d against you in the
above entitled ens. and you are
hereby rtguired to serve .1 cop
your Answer to the Kill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
th< original in the office of tli.....
or the Circuit court on or before the
2nd daj of I ebruary, IMS, otherwise
'' 1..... Pro Contesso will be entered
aga Insl
This not.. shall aV i ogi
aav a week r< I ,\.\v weeke
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated .it Miami. Florida, this 2th
day of Decembi r, :".
1: H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
1- WM W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER a.- MCLLOY
Attorn, j 1 f,,, Plaintiff
104 liiuiah.un Kuilding
M ami. Flosida
1 2-9-16-21
IN TH6 COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 29218-B
In He: BSTAT0 OF
"VVEX CI NXJNGHAM, Dei es
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands An., 1
S.i Id Estate:
You, and each of you, ale hen
notified and i|iiinil to present any
claims and demands which von.
111 lur of ypu. may have against
te "f OWEN CUNNINGHAM, 1 -
d late of Passale County, .V *
Jersey, to the Hon. Count) Judges of
D.ole County, and file the sami
their offices in the Count) Co
house in Dade County. Florida, wltl In
eight calendar months from the c..-,
of the first publication hereof s 1
claims or demands to contain th<
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afo -
said, or same will be barred, s,
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate A t.
Date December 9. A.D. 1952
/, LEON KAPLAN
As Ancillary Administrator
c.t .1
(WEN CUNNINGHAM,
Decease I
MYERS. HEIMAX & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Administer r
6.'.0 Seyheld Huildlng
Miami. Kla.
12 12-19-26 1 2_______________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154962
BLUE MAY EH, Plaintiff,
ROBERT SIDNEY MAYER.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: mr. Robert Sidney mayer
6930 South Shore Drive
Cser'iir". Illinois
., You are required to serve a :
of your answer to the Bill of Coin-
filaint for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
otney, and to file the original
war In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the r.tli i] ,
of January. 19.',3: otherwise the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, hereto',.,
filed herein, will be taken us i
I by von
DATED a; Miami, Florida, this ttli
d.i v of Dsdembei. IfSf
E. II LEATHER.MAX.
ci. : k of the Circuit Court

By: M C. GREEN.
I icput v Clerk
M ISKMIKIM
r Plaintiff
MICHAEL
Attorney fi
: pi; Blsi ne B illd og
1 orlda
12 12-19-26 1 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name of
MIAMI INKFJCT1CIDE SUPPLY, at
S4.-. Northeast 121st Street. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade ('ounty, Florida..
EDGAR BOWEN
ARTHUR I. HIKSTAND
(>w nera
JOHN 0 THOMAS
.12 GlraUla A Crai Uables. 11a
Attoiru-v for Miami lnsectictile Supply
12'19-M 1 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business-under the fictitious name of
BOCDEVARD TELEVISION" CEN-
TER, at (2587 X W. 7th Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida, intend to register Hid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
RAYMOND C GORING
CHARLES R MILLER
DAVID DRICKER
Attorney for Raymond C. Goring
and Charles R. Miller
804 lngrabam Illdg.
MUml, Kin
12/12-19-21 1/2
\ c
Deputy
STERRETT.
Clerk
E N^ruAF;cTiTiou
KRERY GIVEN that
n
of
Mi.iiKBY HIVEX that
.desiring ,., eea.',h1'n
J< Ii- fni t|s name of
Ri '. 'w.1'1 "EAC. at 68 W
it. Miami.
name with
I Court of
Intend to reg-
the Clerk of
Dade County.
LOUIS KROId.
MKRJ1EDiMAVNK,N8TE,N
.MiV2,,loaBU
1/2T
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. IM120
Mll.ToN KAXTROW, Plaintiff.
vs.
ill. SSIF: KANTUuH". Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GUS8IH K.\NTRo\V
, 11 Philip Sal
3>H ; \\, title
Brooklyn, New York
Y 1 are hereb) notified that a
of Complaint l<>r Lslvorci has be
.11. and you are re-
qulred 1 oony of our Am-
r. iding to the Bill of Com-
'. i' 1 on the pi ilni I tttoi ne?j
Yl II.- HEIMAX A KAPLAN'. '
1 Building. Miami 12, I
anil file the original .\i swei 01 Plead-
ing In the offl ,.f Ih. 1 lei k of tlo
on or ia 1
day of January, l53. if you fall to
do so. Judajmenl by default will be
tak.n against ion f,,r the relief* de-
.1 In the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall !" published once
each week for foui consecutive week-
in THE JEWISH II ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this loth da\ of December,
A.D. 1952.
11 LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
D.ole County, Florida.
(Circuit Court 8eI>
By WM. W. STOCKING
ivputv Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
'.0 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
1/1I-1-I 1/J
IT* THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 154997
MATILDA GATAXIo. Plaintiff,
va.
JACK GATANIO. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JACK GATANIn
lKni University Avenue
New Yoik City, New York
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that suit
for divorce has been brought agTslnst
you in the above styled court and you
are rsjauired to flic your Answer with
the Clerk of said Cur; and serve
copy thereof on the plaintiff's At-
torney, JOSEPH PARDO, 914 Seybold
Bldg., Miami. Ma., on or before Jan-
uary Sth, 195:(. or Decree Pro <'un-
fesso will be entered against you.
Dated: December r.. lr.2.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the circuit Court
(CIRCCIT COURT SEAL)
By M. C GREEN.
Deputy Clerk
12 12-19-26 1/J
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 102-B
In Re: ESTATE 1 H '
JACK A AIUJX, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Again-- B Id
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of JACK A. ABI.IX. deci
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their of-
fice in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight calen-
dar months from the date of the
firat publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and pieseiited ns aforesaid, or same
will be haired.
1 '.ito 1',. mber i, a D, i?.12.
FAY ABI.IX
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
LEONARD ABE88
As F:xecutors of the I-ast
Will and Testament of
JACK A. AHI.I.S,
GEORGE J TAI.IAX'iFF
Attorney for Executors
42'> Lincoln It'iad
Miami Beach. Fla.
12 12-19-26 1 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1 '
the undersign. 1 *a undei ih,- fictitious nami
STl.lix BRc'S. at 8831 Byron Avi
M: mil Beach, Florida, Intendi to reg
Istel -aid l,.,me with the Cl.rk ol
the Circuit Court of Dade Count..,
I : da.
DANIEL STERN
Sole Proprletoi
GBORGE .1 TALI \Nol-F
Attorney for Petitioner
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12 12-19-26 1 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN tliat
t; 11 undersigned, desiring to engage ;r
business undei the fictitious name ,t
CAMPUS Ml'SIC MART, at
Ponce de iteon Blvd.. Coral Gables 4-i.
Fi.i intend to rexister said name
with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
ROBERT sTRASSBl'Rc.
KATHRfX STRASfBl'P.'i
12, 19-26 1 2-'.i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in.
business under the fictitious name .1
BOULEVARD SERVICE STATI"N.
at 944 Biscay 1,, Blvd Miami. Intends
to register said name with the c
of the Circuit Court of Ltade County.
Florida.
SAM ROBB1NS
Deceased STKl'HK.N P. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
4 S W. 22nd Avenue
: : |J M 1 '2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tn, 111.il, : gned, desiring W> ,flflawa In
1 .~.i nder the fictltloua nauiv Of
VERSAILLES P.l'ACTY SALON
llles Hotel, I2J Collins \\
Miann .licUi'h. Intends to register saal
name with the Clerk of I
Court of Dade County, Florida
GERTRUDE S \I.A
8HE1XEH .v SPIELER
1 Atl \ppl:cant
ling
Miami 32. slorlda
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N( Il E Is HEREBY GIVEN tl .,'
'
GANG PLANK,
Ct Mia mi ntei
rierl
I 'ount' .1
WILLIAM d KENNEY
SI I THEN K KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
4 t W --'ii 1 Ave
1 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlvat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name <'
TAMIAMI HOTEL BAR, al 201 W.
Flaglcr Street. Miami, Florida, Intend
to riglster said name with the CI, rk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coamty
Florida.
HERMAN '8IRGENDORF'
LOUIS 8IBGENDORF
1Z/M 1/2-S-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 155041
LETTIE D. 1 -.VPoDAXNo. Plaintiff
vs
GAETANO W. CdsPODANNO,
I '. f.ml.mt
TO: GAETsk.NO \V. CAroDANNO
Residence rnkimwi,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU 'IAKTaNh IV, CAPoDANNO,
ye h< n b) notified that .-. 1
Complaint for Divorce hn been filed
and you .,: 1
to setvc ., copy of \- 1 Answer oa
Jleadlng lo th Bill of 1 omplalnt on
tli ulalntlffa Attorney. HENRY
NCS8KNB.M M. 1041 Seybold Build-,
Ing. Miami. F'loi Ida,
uial Answ, r or PI.
flci or the 1 lei;, of thi cln ill 1 'otn '
..... ':
If you fail to ,1
1 efault will be tali,
for the d
of O mplalnt
1.....1 this kth dav of Decen.l .
'
I' B LEA! HERMAN I
1
Dadi P
B) WM W 8TOCKINO
I 1, I ,ltv Clel k
HENRY NI'SSEXI: AIM
P .'itiff
sild Building
i', rids
12/12-If-M ) .'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersuuied, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name of
DELIA TILE CO., at 2160 S. W. 15th
Street, Miami, intend to readi
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
, lilt Court of Iade County. Florid
ceokgf: bogan
mantel brodei;
seymour a. hopman
Attorney for Applicants
2.1.". Lincoln 1.. ...I
i. 12 IJ 26 1 2
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