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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jE 27Number 2
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 9. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
EST SHIPS ARMS TO ARABS
|es Israel Into Ruinous Munitions Race, Foreign
Ministry Spokesman Says; Zionists Protest Move
AVIV (JTA)The Western Powers, by"supplying arms to the
Ites, are "inevitably" forcing Israel into a ruinous arms race
I a threat to peace, an Israel Foreign Ministry spokesman de-
lere in reply to a British Foreign Office, statement insisting on
t right to supply the Arab states and Israel with jet planes and
fcmaments.
Israeli spokesman, who
I (,ul that the Western Pow-
specifically pledged to
an arms race in the tri-
dcclaration on May, 1951,
ed that these powers sus-
u deliveries to the Arab
ntil the latter change their
ttitude toward the Jewish
arms must be supplied
states in the Middle East,
_. they should be provided
ealistic basis that the Arab
allied against Israel. He
tinned whether the de-
If arms to the Arabs was
(vestment."
the Western Powers deny
claims to belligerency
Israel, they must either
ton Egypt to give up that
br must "draw the logical
Inn- from the situation
|l han continued. The present
is paradoxical," he as-
I since the Arabs refuse to
race with Israel or to shoul-
ponsibility for regional de-
nd yel the West is suoply-
sm with weapons. These
r Intended for use aeainst
not for regional defense.
bkesrnan charged, and they
fcnt a threat to her security
world peace.
iinu to the specific British
[pnt nn arms for the Arabs,
okrsman rejected the Brit-
lanation that weapons were
supplied to Egypt under an
Egyptian treaty of 1935.
the Israeli spokesman
." -< -d the Egyptians have de-
' j| fd the treaty. Secondly, the
themselves cut off the sup-
arms to Egypt last year
the Anglo-Egyptian crisis,
delivery was not to Britain's
!. This proved that Britain
hat it need not supply arms
treaties where considera-
Df peace and stability make
[ deliveries inadvisable, he
spokesman also pointed out
anile Britain has agreements
Iply arms with Egypt, Jordan
int Report
Old Nazis
YORK (JTA) The World
Congress today published
> tracing the history of the
ampaign against the Jews
lits earliest stages of discrim
through plans for the
le removal of Jews from
, to the "final solution"
murder. The study was com-
on the basis of evidence in
*d at the Nuremberg trials
lot previously published in
r form.
iral Telford Taylor, chief
tutor at the Nuremberg war
trial, in a preface to the
dispels the conception that
iazi mau murders of Jews
>nducted in secrecy.
and Iraq, it has no such pacts with
Syria and Lebanon, but the latter
states are reported to have receiv-
ed jet plahes from Britain.
US Zionists Protest
The American Zionist Council
has sharply protested against con-
templated arms shipments to Egypt
and other Arabs states by the
United States and the United King-
dom. In a letter to Secretary of
State Dean Acheson, Louis Lipsky,
Council chairman, urged that no
arms be sent to Egypt until the
Naguib regime has given an un
derstanding that it is ready to
abandon its blockade and war,
enter into peace negotiations with
Israel and assume the obligations
envisaged in the Mutual Security
Act.
The Council pointed out that in
recent weeks Arab hostility against
Israel had mounted. It cited the
Arab League"s attempt to black-
mail Western Germany into re-
pudiating its reparations agree-
ment with Israel, the extension of
the Suez blockade under General
Naguib's direction and the bitter
opposition of th,e "Arab representa-
tives during the United Nations de-
bates on the proposal calling for
direct Israel-Arab negotiations.
"They make no secret of their
determination to bring their war
against Israel ultimately to a suc-
cessful conclusion, whether by
bombs or by blockade," Mr. Lipsky
wrote. "What guaranty is there
that the Arab states, given renew-
ed superiority in weapons, will not
promptly renew their war? If our
government. In conjunction with
its two chief allies, has sufficient
influence and authority to prevent
such an outbreak, then why does
it not use that influence to bring
about the peace and regional co-
operation which the Middle East so
urgently needs?"
The Council stressed that the
Arab states remain opportunisti-
cally neutral as between Commun-
ism and democracy, since "in their
brief but revealing Msturjr the
Arab states have taken their stand
in international conflict on the
side of the winner only after vic-
tory became certain. Those who
are moved by expediency are im-
mobilized by uncertainty," He ad-
ded that "there is no doubt as to
where Israel stands."
Flay Move
Suggestions that the Arab States
should enter into direct negotia-
tions with Israel looking to a
peace settlement in the Middle
East were violently rejected last
week by the political committee of
the Arab League which met in
Cairo, it was reported in London.
In a reference to the eight-power
resolution in favor of direct Arab-
Israel talks which was voted by
the Special Political Committee of
the United Nations General As-
sembly but failed of passage in the
plenary session of the Assembly,
the Arab group's resolution ex-
pressed "condemnation of the very
Idea of an invitation to the Arabs
to negotiate with the Israelis."
The resolution assailed states
supporting the resolution in the
UN, warning that their stand
"would have aggravated the al-
ready complicated Palestine prob-
lem and threatened international
security in the Middle East." It
voiced hope that "there will be no
repetition of these attempts."
Earlier, for the first time, repre-
sentatives of the Asian states met
with the Arab bloc in Cairo in a
move aimed at building a perma-
nent, independent regional organ-
ization. A communique on the
meeting said that the Palestine
situation and the German-Israel
reparations question had figured
on the agenda.
CJA's Initial Gifts
Affair Set Sunday
US Stays
Silent On
Shipment
WASHINGTON (JTA The
State Department has decided
there is no useful purpose in
making any statement on Iscael
Foreign Minister Moshe Shar-
ett's complaint concerning ship-
ment of arms by the Western
Powers to the Arab states, ac-
cording to informed sources
here.
The IS Government view is
that the Israel complaint is cm-
fined to jet aircraft sold by Brit-
ain and has nothing to flo with
other arms. Informed sources
said they did not know of any
shipment from the US of im-
portant quantities of arms to
Egypt or any of the other Arab
states.
Israel sources here expressed
fear that Egypt may succeed in
obtaining a considerable quan-
tity of arms from the United
States, in addition to the jet
aircraft already secured from
Britain.
Morse, Jessel
Will Appear
A leading social event dedicated
to the memory of the late Jack
Ablin will mark the launching of
the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal I
Campaign here under the auspices I
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed>
(ration Ablin, who passed away ,
early in November, was appointed
CJA Campaign chairman immed-
iately before his dea'h.
Launched on a note of sober i
dedication, the kick off function
will be held on Sunday. January
11th, in the Saxony Hotel and will
| mark a departure from the usual
Initial Gifts affairs sponsored here-
tofore.
Chairman Jacob Sher. in a final'
meeting with the Arrangements j
Committee, has announced that the I
event is expected to result in a
record contribution for Greater
Miami philanthropy.
Principal speaker at the affair
will be Senator Wayne Morse, of
Georgt Jssl
Oregon. George Jessel. world fam-
ed entertainer, will preside as
master of ceremonies.
The Women's Division, headed
by Mrs. Louis Glasser for the third
year, will climax its work in the
function by presiding as hostesses
at tables in the lavishly decorat-
ed Pagoda- Room, scene of the din-
ner affair. A record attendance
of more than 450 persons is ex-
pected, according to Honorary
Chairman Joseph Cherner and Gen-
eral Campaign Chairman Howard
Kane who have worked closely
with Sher.
A substantial portion of the goal
of $1,398,000 is expected to be
raised on Sunday night, it was pre-
dicted by Carl Weinkle. president
of Federation, and other Jewish
leaders in the community.
"We have a long-term responsi-
bility to Israel and to Jewry m
Europe and the Middle East," Kane
said as he urged maximum partici-
Continud on P9 K> A
Introduce New Measures For
Revision Of McCarran Law
WASHINGTON (JTA)Two bills aimed at rewriting or repealing
the new Immigration and Naturalization Law which became effective
ten days ago were introduced at the opening of the new Congress.
One. submitted by Representative William A. Barret. Pennsylvan.a
Democrat, asks for the repeal of the law known as the McCarran
Walter Act and for return to the immigration statutes in force before
the measure was passed by the last.
Congress. The other bill, introduc- Southern Democrats have al-
ed by Representative Jacob JaviU,, ready indicated that they will side
Republican-Liberal of New York, | with conservative Republicans in
asks the House to order the re
writing of the law.
No real change in the spirit of
the McCarran-Walter Act was fore-
seen by sources close to the Presi-
dent's Commission on Immigration
and Naturalization. These sources
predicted that the Republican Ad-
ministration would seek to modify
some administrative technicalities
so that the Act might be more ef-
fectively implemented, but that its
racist features and general nature
would remain unchanged.
defense of the 1052 Act. Senator
Willis Smith, of North Carolina,
openly predicted that Congress
would make no "material changes
in the law because there is noth-
ing materially wrong with it."
Throughout the nation, an esti-
mated 2,500,000 resident aliens be-
gan registering at immigration
offices under terms of the Act. The
Act requires that non-citizens reg-
ister by January 31st, or risk de-
portation and imprisonment. It de-
mands also that aliens carry spe-
cial registration cards with them
at all times. Organizations such as
HIAS have established offices in
major cities to aid aliens in filling
out forms.
No Basic Chant*
President Truman, when he
vetoed the bill, described the ar-
bitrary powers authorized in tjie
name of security. "Our resident
aliens," said Truman, "would be
more easily separated from their
homes and families under grounds
of deportation, both new and old,
which would specifically be made
retroactive. Admission to our citi-
zenship would be made more diffi-
cult; expulsion from our citizen-
ship would be made easier. Certain
rights of native-born, first genera-
tion Americans would be limited."
It has been predicted that one
of President-Elect Dwight Eisen-
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PAGE 2 A
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Our UN Newsletter
B> ARTHrR LEWIS
tCovyr>ght. 1952. Jewish Telegraph* l-.-<' '
INITED NATIONS Not much esca] here in tn -
tower, but a sentence written b> Ambassador Ab
how overlooked. Terhaps it was not (hit SO much il IMS
forgotten in the rush to wind up the seventh General Ass
least the first part of it. for it is to meet again at the end
The sentence was in a letter which
to the chairman of the Ad Ho< : Sp
nouncins Isr.iols withdrawal of its
Item 68. and it referred to breach.-. \ .
and the Palestine armistice agreement.- bs Li Stal
Item 67 was the one taken up here
asend;! by the Arabs when everyone v..,. hoping thai
a moratorium on the perennial Palestine
silence a settlement might be reached tem
to balance the diplomatic sc
As you will remember, the Palestine issue was discjssed ex
haustively, if not exhaustingly when Item 67 ea-re UO; everything
that could be said about the problem was said and a lot more th*t
need not have been said. Finally, all this talk came to nought a
call for direct negotiations was supported by the maiority o' coun-
tries here, including the three western powers but was not adopted
by the Assembly because it failed to get the necessary two-thirds
majority.
Enough i- enough Aln -. i
made under Item 6S were made Item 67; I
been exposed .:n.i There was no point
ony. so Israel asked fi r lh Is item I the As
.-embl> -.;. once
However, in his letter making the i
eminent proposes I th son
Item 68 throuf
mi hi rerlooked in I
Of car-., thi matters I Aral bre;
United Nations resolutions
which an serious litl
general ..
ular: j S
Council order to si in S
Canal.
Furth* more I learn thai this ma"er is a rt;dy beirg dealt
vith througn other channels D.-'.ig 'he past : y.^,s he If.
tention of the Western Powers has beer. d-av.- I i fact that h
Egyptian Gj.ernment is no4 cnly maintaining its blockade bu* ei
tending it.
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Only Once
In A Generation
A VIOLIN GENIUS LIKE
YEHUDI MENUHIN
There is only one Yehudi Menuhin. A violin genius like his comes only once in a generation. It is like a
priceless treasure to be cherished, to be enjoyed, to be harnessed for the good of mankind.
A concert by Menuhin is always a major even*. But his visit to Miami on Thursday. January 29th will be
particularly significant. For on this occasion his immortal music wUl be linked to a program of historic
importance. This time Menuhin will play on an evening dedicated to the State of Israel His great violin
that is the symbol of man striving for artistic advancement will be raised in behalf of the cause of peace
and human brotherhood by furthering the development of the new democracy of Israel.
0
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
A memorable coacert by
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Thursday evening, January 29th at 8:30 p.m.
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FRIDAY JANUARY 9. 1953
,_ Number 2
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Br LEO MINDLIN
READING ONLY ONE SIDE of any question la a]n
nl pa I'ulily of becoming indoctrinated ifl
,,: laying lhat one may fall victim tn the n!5i
jaws of prejudice. Thus, it is fitting for all intelligent huM^S
to make themselves acquainted with the prevalent voices,,/4*
,|lj |.,n they violently oppose each other on individ?
I have just l>ecome rounded" in my thinking, and for it!*!
most grateful to the New Year's Day issue of the National rj
published in New York City Previously, I had merely rWlj
the American press, the English-Jewish press (jta deluded tZS
such exotic if hlinded journals like Britain's London TirJtiSr
Chester Guardian As an ordinary citizen with a limited rarWi
receiver, 1 have had access to no other news commentatorsT,]
domestic variety whose copy and cant carry the unmistakbl*
(it acceptable US attitudes.
Now, all of this is changed. A new and exciting sjn> ^
world issues has just been opened for me. The chain, of biasbr
I have heen enslaved through the unfortunate employment of !
source of information are fallen away. Do not become deluddu
fact that the National Guardian is an American publication
because it is printed in New York City and because its editors
to be fellow citizens The National Guardian is atypical prtcialj'
it represents no opinion that can be found to exist
here within the boundaries of the United States, and t
this reason that the Guardian assumes the role of a blemish
her a leader of the intellectually infirm
CJA's Kick Off
Greater Miami's Combined Jewish A:. rif'
formally launches its 1953 campaign or. Sun-
day, when local leaders will meet al ar. Initial
Gifts Dinner in the Saxony Hotel.
It is particularly fitting that CIA officials
have invited Senator Wayne Morse c: Ore-
gon, cs guest speaker. The Senctor s recent
political history proves him to be a thoroughly
independent soul who placed Pr.r.c:pa! 'rove
Party during the hec: attending November s
election.
He will appear before the M:~rr.. cemmun- fi-
fty to discuss the aims ol the mnua] irive He
will tell of the concentration into one channel
of different streams of interest in Jewish wel-
fare here. He will characterize this ponce
tion as a mercv campaign foi grift dollars
What Senator Morse will say on Sui
is the focus of a joint effort to Bpeed the safety v^"""
o: Israel's statehood and c: the homeless lev ^
still seeking entrance there. This .. be :.:
mere jargon endlessly repeated ::: the put jjrV
pose of arousing interest. Las: month 9 official
enactment of America's now Immigration I--:'.'-';
directly affects Indigent World Jewry
The 1S53 CJA campaign thus carries zdded
responsibilities. As oorts of entrance for I
unwanted the twisted remains :: Hitlei ?*/**"
war. the poverty-stricken outcasts :: Moslem *' &***
lands close one by one. Israel s significance
looms ever larger.
We are certain that Senator Morse =
will be heightened by the urgency c: .-..= tone
It is said of him that he has endanger-.; : ;:.. -
liant political ccreer because of his insistei
upon adhering to the principle c: free expres- Olir 4 Olllllllllial 4 .ill
s:on unhampered by party doctrine
Appearing jointly with Senator Morse ~ Ml open
be George Jessel. Mr. Jesse! needs :: intrc bounty door-to-doo* :. an Sunday No
duction to a world audience ll has uwtr M --- .-..,. ;
u. : UUUiWUte --; -- --........ ..... -rrrorc to pass up the op-
heard him on staqe. screen TV and radio If ~*. _-4 r
he is not equally well known for his philan P0*""^0' e to this worth.
thropic work, it is because Mr. Jesse, conceives raising effort
of this facet of his activity as a ailenl repsonsi- Prim:::..y the Chest represents a joint at-
hm^onr^ainm^ $T* ""^ *% : T VT** '"" "" '
Recently returned from a tour through Israel ^ ^ ,J" ^ """* ta** ,hese heated"! T^^ t^, '$ '" *'DST "' 4 CUm"
with top Jewish officials. Mr. Jesse wi recoup Y ~ ^ Vlue f aem^racy. It seems ?or t?e o^Il 'L** "'*" W',h th~ elelTOnts "*** *
his experiences there. Two more Sung J2 to Fh campaian is a funda- ^on^^^^^^StL^^fl
sons than he and Senator Morse could nol eve "-^ -ample cf democrat action. Its sup- basis ol preso^rev^^u ^EtZfZM
ul u fUnd dnVe- communal way of life. I *? f, Sl" S'" ~* Beneath them is impos.n, photop.
Under their impetus, the campaicr. wUl As im. -,r-' I ,h 7, ',', ". elec,r,c cha,r ,n addition, there is a story m
move forward here successfully. AS "" ls cur a^ to the area's indi-i V, 'd r'" "'P l's ttom>* dentist, has appe^ed t*
genl who receive spmtual and hnancial as- 7h, ,, T- 'n'nK K Kauf"'n for judicial clemency Few can
--------------------------- ,nce "ogh the Chest. No social or re m i ? 's an ,mPrtt *' as a nice man (I heard U.
ter: oi the c;;y is v-iooked > ^ s
r earner s purpose.
JOB NUMBER 1.
THE PUBLICATION'S NEW YEAR'S DAY ISSUE, for q.
I the exritinc -!'>r> that Haya Toullak Kamarec came*
wa) from Iran to attend the World Congress Of The Copies fwi
held in Vienna la-t Doeember 12th through 19th Where else
Ij become acquainted with this importan* morsel rf;
n Apparently, Mr Kamarec was but one of ,,
gates representing 72 nations at the Congress and ranging, "3
itant Communists to nuht wing clerical pacifist^
This is interetinu phnuwology, The National (.nardian taj
liberalism that is virtually foreign to me It m*
eshinfi to see Communists characterized as militant and h|
istoundimj t" fall upin the somewhat unusual admissal
clericals can be pacifists When the week'- work ntl
write- the delegates stood about in a kaleidoscope
: appearance and dress and chanted in man\ languages
La i'.,i\ Ifir Prieden Most important was the fact that bool
rnments ol the United States and the Soviet Union cameij
h criticism, but s wonderful unanimity prevailed Notaai]
markabk ought he made of this.
x"r,h K lelegatios of 19 persons was heard from m
K-mi' VengSon who recounted th. horroncfi
in her country The Coagma gave her a 10-minute -landing onf
Dade T'' 'l,,y aPP*ars- on countless shoulders. 11
m no mention of Mr Kamarec- Iranian cm.
week helped in the defeat of a United Nauoas ssfl
etween Israel and the Arab League I wa- also mow
'] v leme Kung Yeng-Son-s failure to commeaJI
tor hetok support of North Korea in a
hi upon that country when its troops marched south
elves
A I righting Preside**
President Truman's last days in the White
House are not being spent in rraditionc' i
ence; nor are they being spent in the equallv
traditional hectic twilight of a private cam-
paign to insure his political future.
True to the character of his seven years as
President Mr. Truman is still fightina and will
apparently continue to do so until January 20th'
when Dwight Eisenhower moves into office'
He is currently in the process of sorting out the
findings of his Inquiry Commission that has
been investigating the McCarran Immigration
Act since its passage over his veto.
Th,eo^penin0 sessin of Congress, for the
year 1953, was attended by the introduction of
a number of bills calling for the repeal or the
rewriting of the infamous act. CurrVm recor,s
indicate that few. if any. of these bilf,i wK
HmBu' Pident Truman is fighting anqry and
despite the waning days of his oHiciai^owef
he has not g.ven up the struggle agairS ,he
bigotry. susp,cion and ill.w.ll which the a
Uons new immigration law embodies H Hm.
defeats the President, and it most TiLl u
we can at least hope that Mr f1? 7 ''
the assumption of KXT^SSS'lS
former chiefs battle. continue his
During the Presidential campaign Mr B.
. -M imixinani as well as a nice man il heard tan
ing 'in the hydrogen isotope in 1941. and can void I
It is esser.t.ai for us to support the Chest's u.th'hTf.'ii P r"n,a,ns le," from Julius Rosenberg where kej*
N;etrc:^ >litan cai ^nest s | w''h '?"owmen in rtriving for peace on earth and brotherhood
linn''!r','.'''n.,u,,,.h'- rhanukaChnstmas season." Beneath is. S
erned Kv lui "-""" v nnsimas season. weneamo--
1 .er h l l!l-nberg to her sons. Robby and Michael. 1st I
, '7";1 "wnt prison visit. "I knew, in short, that m>l"
Jan ctn^n ak'?K -h'' wntes Nowhere, but in the National C-
Th. o I,' a more P*erful defense of the couples innocflM
emolSnW T ^M,l> a Jew,sh Jud du"" thf ,ruls ""^
>'-nt o an.isemitism as an instrument of Communist-
Wnda pale before the Guardians atomic revelations.
hope^rr'''1"'1? J,'a,ure' ,he ^rdi.n expresses the world':
m'an! Z '""^ **** Stsli.-. recent offer "t.
>lr. Menahln Ami iionds
co-rt a, tha, ,ime for the ^bTS^
Mr Me-iuhin h.c hm "l F'remi,r Stalin's recent offer to coofi
behind him s"r 7V musical Sbih. hSS^ ^^^ to end ,h' Koren War "T
concerto \b ?*ard Elc,ai dedicated < bw v th r-"f ,n,,,ca,e5 General Eisenhower wa- caugtt
en y^rs old He1 ^J ?hen he was no" yt Ih" SlStlM ^ n'y be^ PpinR "* Vu
beW hi i. ueCrded ,0r ,he w'ld market, le fcSwS^.T*^ (Ar,nuic for ** SuU> ^
oetore he was in his teens. He is a oa^n.. and thaxZ he l n,,eu Stat "< Soviet Russia is not mer
of Roumanias national composer rLPPl1 being wise?JSS' J wor,d ^tention merely lie in the erf'
EneSCa ^ Ger<3es mate acoUl ^"^ ^ lSSR Th,s- h^K *<** ,0 k"L\
But Mr. Menuhm has also had h ^^^"' "" ^ **""*' ^^ "
"citing Irving on the ffla ,hare ^l---------'------*--------------,_________________________
During World War H h. ', ^ EuT0Pe \a.-kV- ^----------------------------------------------
'he front lines an?cLS^^J^ 5 WSf 7*"**---------fflllf BOV^Olt
parcels to Israel has been as"'
by the Libyan Covernment.
reported here from Triseat 3
portal and telegraph ic f0"^,!
C7T' ''^- --Po',i HS?*5AftA!
... "ow' Mr- Menuhin will _
His knowledge of the ml 7^1 in MlQ^'-
Perform is personal and 1-' Wh'Ch he -"
--r.^m^
of the Jews h.i.-. .V mon P0"41 Md telegrapmc --
tbe present^ tiooa between Libya and lsrari
normal I expected to be suspended siwi
,Ve ^P1 *ithin fort- place reessrtty


%-
January 9.1953
+Jmlsl> fhwAUatrj
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Plans For
Of
Synagogue
>ns were extended this
attend an Open House
p.m.. at the home of Mr.
lamuel Landau. 7800 Col-
Miami Beach.
,n of the meeting will be
the creation of a Tradi-
nagogue in the area.
will be given honorary
icmbership.
committee are Morris
.rry Kaplan, Jacob Kar-
icl Landau, Louis Lang-
,ch Reiner, Israel Rich-
ob Sapirstein, Emerich
H. Weiss.
CSA Trade* IHrisions Schedule Meeting** To Map Participation
t
lue
Marathon
:eature
fha Raye
alont Committee for the
rrebral Palsy Association
er Miami, this week an-1
through Chairman Sid |
that Miss Martha Raye,
[stage, screen, radio and
has endorsed its Tele-
|14 hour marathon televis-
scheduled for Miami on
[24th and 25th.
Eaye stated that she "will!
than happy to appear on .
and to support the pro-'
lt\(iy way possible." Den-;
television personality,
l\e in Miami on January
ad as master of cere-
Sam Heiman. general chairman
of the Trades Division of the 1953
Combined Jewish Appeal, has an-
nounced that a series of organiza-
tional meetings have been launch-
ed by unit chairmen in behalf of
the annual campaign.
The Printing and Stationery Un-
it, direc\ed by Paul Barnett and
Sidney Goldstein, conferred at a
luncheon on Wednesday.
Aaron Kanner, administrative
coordinator to Campaign Chairman
Howard Kane, met yesterday with
Sam Heiman and Judge Harold
Spaet at a luncheon to plan the
Attorneys' Unit gift function. A
host of prominent Greater Miami
attorneys are volunteering to serve
on this committee, recalling the
outstanding function held under
their sponsorship last year which
featured Supreme Court Justice
William O. Douglas as guest speak-
er.
served in a similar ca-
luring the recent New York
thai raised more than
[or the United Cerebral
Igsociation.
lexpected that more than
will l>o raised in Greater
hrougfa this fund raising
Franklin said. The needs
illnic, located at 1612 SW
ct. have increased tremen-
|in the past year.
150 children and adults
being serviced by the
(rrebral Palsy Association!
Members of the Paints, Chemic-
als and Hardware Unit will meet
for luncheon next Monday at the
Roscdale Restaurant to organize
representatives in these industries,
while a meeting of the Retail
Stores Unit is scheduled for Tues-
day, 8:15 p.m., at a reception in
the home of Aaron Kravitz. 2336
SW 4th Street.
A luncheon at the Federation of-
fices on Wednesday will be the
scene of a meeting of the Laundry,
Cleaning and Linen Service Unit.
Attending will be Isidore Hcrsh-
kowitz. of Benzol Cleaners; Sam
Goldstein. Sanitary Linen Service
Company; Sam Heiman. One Hour
Valet Service; Harry Rollnick, of
Pan American Launderers; Burton
B. Goldstein, of Sanitary Linen
Service Company; and Louis Lay-
den, of Allapattah Cleaners.
The Manufacturers and Women's
Apparel Unit will meet with John
Serbin at his home. 4554 Adams
Avenue, on Thursday evening. Jan-
uary 22nd. Other trades units have
similarly swung into action and
will announce plans for participa-
tion shortly.

Miami Beach Accountants' Unit meet at the offices of Chairman Sidney Wasserman (seated,
right) to plan participation in the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown at the reception are
(seated, left to right) Maurice G. Furman; Aai on Kanner. administrative coordinator; Sam
Heiman, General Trades chairman; and Wasserman. Standing (left to right) are M, G. Stem.
Max B. Messer, Isidore B. Simkowitz and Dr. K uit Welli3ch.
Ih'.ih .IimUpv
kniv Will Show
II Star Killers
jockey colony this win-
be one of the classiest and
pprcscntativc ever to com-
a Florida racetrack.
II include the champion Ilia
Den of the last half dozen
four national champions
nt years, including 1952, ap-
pe leaders from various sec-
bne of England's standout
Is and winners of six Ken
1 Derbies.
i past Hialeah champions are
Breckons, 1992; Ken
1951; Sam Boulmetis,
Logan Batcheller and Steve
tied in 1949; and Ted At
1943 and 1947. \
ponal champions are Tony
Vito, 1952; Charlie Burr,
loe Culmone, 1950, co-holder
A'illie Shoemaker and Walter
' of a record 383 winners rid-
a single season; and Atkin-
1946 and 1944.
To Grant Graduate
Degrees In Talmud
BALTIMORE. MD. The Ner
Israel Rabbinical College, in ex-
istence for the pant 19 years, has
been given the right by the Mary-
land State Board of Education to
grant the degrees of Master and
Doctor of Talmudic Law.
The curriculum of the proposed
Graduate Department at the Ner
Israel Rabbinical College will pro-
vide comprehensive study and re-
search in the field of Talmudic
Law. Special emphasis will be giv-
en to the Jerusalem Talmud, as
well as to the responsic literature.
The Maryland State Board of
Education has granted the charter
for this department of the College
on the basis of a survey and rec-
ommendation of a special commit-
tee appointed for that purpose.
A Reception and Tea at the home of Mrs. Samuel Lipton (second from left) marked the first
organizational ailair of the Women's Division, 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown at the
function are (left to right) the Mesdames Joseph Rose Lipton. William Feldman. RdDWR.
James Albert. Leo Robinson. Sam Halperin. Coleman Olin. Carl Susskind. George Goldberg
Louis Goldman. Charles Rosengarten and Carl Weinkle. The group fussed jfigLSjJS
Patrons' Tea set for January 20th. at the home of Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin. 5480 North Bay Road.
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&ttutlu s Idakttt*
HELEN ALPERT
Personal event opening the week was Mrs. Bess G isser s eit-e-
ordinary friendship luncheon for the women tiM'i ""54 Wll *9'
ging efforts hive produced her brilliant successes partial a- I
work for the Greater Miami Jewish Fede'a'ion.
Team strength was very evident. Sally Soae- >i s U :-*"
were present all captains of industry. I think many o* riteen :i~t
not because this was Mrs. Glasser s personal and private nbufe to
them but out of tribute to her. She s recenflv .noergone a tre
mendous operation and two hospital trips one sho>. d be a *"' ':'
anybody and simply skipped a conva escence aecj.ie s* had
no time for it to plow in again as 1953 Women s Division chair
man. So there she stood, majestic as usual in cream lace and orchids
really a rugged oak for us lesser acorns.
Especial:* s
of service pin* I ..-.--. nderfv '
-rers Fannie Miller and Jean Arise!
Benjamin Meyers her husband's r gals
and Until Gr Their kepi m
tricky bonne-- Mrs. Sam S
Matilda Ratner s
because I have one res
... I gave it its bit; a ment nee it a West
two hours f ladies' strained | Bess I ml
could take it off .
Faye Ablin, finally looking a little better is gffk 1 ewetching
the 1953 federation women's drive with a Janwarv MHi ttit her
home. As you know, she s co-chairman. And a pce--:.e
Y 5
ed her Judge Harold vith "Don Juan in 1
time she spins the discs shi
And amaiirn il .....
Baltimore Mrs Meyer Eggnatt
an orthodontisl ting talking
dentist her.
ers had considere I the
ine here I
coincider. .'-
JACOBSON AT BRANDEIS:
Those of you who got a good look at CfcariM R Jecoesc- s Ab-
straction No. 120 at the Lowe Gallery won f be $.- = ted ; ti-
lt's been picked to hang In the oermanen* :: .- :- ,. 5-,--. ,
University, on the same walls w.'h mask's Siz.t .jje
and Stuart Davis. The request came from "- i-,- :l'- -
Mitchell Siporin. artist in residence at Brandcs -- he** --
quisitions Committee. Chass received Siporin s ..".,.". -',
week, confirming 1953 indeed as Jacobson s ,ej- ';- ----------, ..
M flT Jacolson be premieres S.-:i". .,-.,-.
*L e. Kronen'elds Northwest f.m,..-, :._,-, z, ,., :.
3oth Street ,n a very soecial one-man sh,. -- ,". ; .,
contemporary art among contemporary furnish -;.
Myra Farr says Juliet Oshlag was holida, -= .-- -- ,.....
Florne Loebs brimming with news of th s:- =--, -.'-- ~
plans with Rhoda Stern. She's the charming :-.;. ^ L J","- !
Manme Sterns. To celebrate the engage-*-" Lst:\
-jjjjj .**, ^,..^,II, .....,,... ,;,.-..
porUM familj
C,ene.a.,-
bachelor, and. the T r .v clan
Shaker HejghU n
[hank .
^0m.;^M,am; .c,,m,ty^:;;:::--/----
wildly but the presses were alreadyZZ\ '

Miss JedM Irvine
Miss \a \ inc's Troth
Told \*< v-\ Year's Day

rents Mi i Mn '
. -
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York A
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Miss Ethel Wapner B
With Donald Murray
v ,., Wapner, daughter
Wapner and the
: \\ apner, and Donald
v irray, *'>n c( Mr. and
Murray, exchanged
Sunday. January 4th. at
H *J
Shapiro, spiritual
Beth David Synagogue.
the ceremony. Jack
Hide's brother, gave
marriage.
. walU lencth dress
blue chantilly lace over
. Ie with hand-detailed
rtrail neckline. The
-- with a shoulder-
n tulle veil, was of blue
: white imported feath-
Shi carried a Bible tapped
.i white orchid.
Wapner attended her
I honor in a shrimp
of taffeta and tulle.
headpiece. She car-
:th matching flow-
Mrs Wapner, the bride's mother.
I navy blue tulle dress trim-
med in chantilly lace, with hand
.. .inci wore an orchid.
The mother wore a
grej nylon tulle, with iri-
alaa set off by an
orchid I
HipamaB, friend of the
IS be-t man
wed by a din-
..- held in
Uladin Room.
wa) co-tume to
md Saint Thomas.
" rraj ehoae a three-
imported flannel
xchan^cs \(nvs
1,1 Alters H.,|c|
Mrs. Donald
khafl
[)< utsch
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tudent at
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of fl
r-'*iwii.
. the Baron de Hirsch^e' 5t ^t""" th* J* -,p.
i'sch Meyer ,n a JZaT-S^ ?** ^ "' PoH, Z
Ethical Cultural Society
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Community Will
Attend Kiddush For
Rabbi, Mrs. Kaplan
: "' -.dent of
atlon, has
ial Sabbath
red Rabbi
i spiritual lead-
place follow
morning
nd will honor the
- mdaj of Rabbi Cas-
Miaml Beach
laity is invited
Sabbath event, as
B| ceremony on
r1.3.30 P m at the
N invitatioai have
bride and gr suit, with a waivt-lenpht
med in white The bndt
home was Grand Rapids,]
She studied a! the Unni
Miami.
Mr. Murrav firmerly
York City, attended Newl
iversity and was in the i
during World War H.
Going Formal?
Forniji vv > -
that ie fru- ,
cleaned, (mart .
tyled, propr- ,
fitted.
Complete out'ita
including shoi
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cosmopolite from any corner of ,k! ,? 9uirinr*" '= so
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NUARY 9. 1953
Milton Gevtrfi
iGevertz Wed
El Rites
Mis Honig was wed to
ertz on December 21st,
[Congregation.
was given in marriage
knts. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
|530 SW 16th Street.
mor was Miss Arlinc
Maurine Hyman was
Cousin of the bride.
|u Gevertx, was flower
chrager acted as best
l's brother. Leonard Ge-
Iring bearer. Alan J.
lusher,
is the son of Mr. and
GevertZ, Miami Beach.
an followed at Beth El
[t'ldin^ For
n. Ark in

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PAGE 7 A
Kurman, Gitlin Wed
In Home Ceremony
In a home ceremony for immed-
| iate family only, Miss Lois Sylvia
j Kurman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Kurman. 2105 SW 12th Street.
became the bride of Dennis Allen
Gitlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Gitlin, 2274 SW 31st Avenue, on
Tuesday evening, December ."0th.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated.
Miss Marilyn Kurman, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Mrs.
William T. Cohen, also I ho bri de's
sister, was matron of h >nor. Best
man was Albert Kahn.
The bride selected an ice blue
gown for the occasion and wore
white accessories. Graduated from
Miami Senior High School, she now
attends the University of Miami,
where she is a member of Alpha
Rpsilon Pi Sorority.
Mr. Gitlin was also graduated
from Miami Senior High School,
attended the University of Florida
and is now at the University of
Miami. He is a member of Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
The couple plan to make their
home in Miami.
IS toil Halatrin
meat of their daugh-
l>a, to Private Don Ar-
nounced on Saturday at
id dinner party in the
tel by Mr. and Mrs.
lalperin, of New York
[ach.
select is spending the
ion with her parents
a former student of
sity of Miami. Her fi-
Itioned at Fort Bragg.!
line
We plan a Julv wedding
k City.
erin is president of Par- j
Jstries. He is also presi-
Carlton City Club in
(and a member of the '
Country Club there.
Ardmore
Mrs. Dtnnit Gitlin
Gables B'nai B'rith
Women Hold Tea
The B'nai B'rith Women of Cor-
al Gables will have their Annual
Membership Tea at the Colony
Restaurant on Tuesday afternoon,
12:30 p.m. Admittance is a fully
paid-up membership card. A con-
test for the most original hat will
be held, with an hour show fol-
lowing. Chairman of the affair is
Mrs. Al Lozoff.
Show At
w January 14
es Fashion Show will
I at the Westview Coun-
ring next Wednesday's
"heme of the show will
ck Attire.
Nose attending are the
parold Rand, Sam Hei
*ill entertain a party
Weintraub and Leon-
Women Leaders
Cited At Luncheon
Forty nine leaders in the Wom-
en's Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal were honored at a
luncheon sponsored by Mrs. Louis
Glasser, prominent civic worker
here.
The affair was held at the Sans
Souci Hotel yesterday and featur-
ed presentation of medallions by
Mrs. Glasser to the group of chair-
men instrumental in carrying the
Women's Division past their goal
during last year's fund drive.
Receiving special awards were
the Mesdames Jack Ahlin, Sam
Friedland. Max Orovitz. Leo Chai-
kin, Hyman S. Kaplan. Bess Nel-
son, Carl Susskind. Aaron Farr.
Max Dreyer. Ben Zion Ginsburg
Alexander Robbins. Sol Leslie.
Murray Grossman, Leon Kaplan.
Harry Magid, Henry Seitlin, David
Catsman.
The Mesdames Harold Rand, Irv-
ing I^hrman, Benjamin Appel,
Leonard Barr, Jennie Grossinger.
Louis J. Krensky. Irwin Weinstein.
Emanuel Karger. Morris Kogen.
Max Weitz. Leonard Abess, Louis
Altschul, William Capland, Joseph
Cherner, Benjamin Meyers. Stan-
ley C. Myers, David Phillips.
Charles Ratner. Monte Selig, Jacob
Sber, Sam Simonhoff. Milton Sir
kin, Carl Weinkle, Bernard Ster-
ling, Harold Spact, Frances Miller,
Sylvia Chert kof, David Bass, Ruth
Gross and Polly Gersbon.
Meeting to formulate final plans for the Greater Miami Chapter Dinner Dance to be held
at the Latin Quarter on January 18th, are Mrs. Aaron Covrshon and her committee. StandLnq,
left to riaht: The Mesdames Sydney Kupferberg, Stephen S. Wise Group; Harold Melnick,
Henrietta Szold Grouo; Max Glickstein. Shaloma Group; W. I. Feuer, Hanna Senesch; David
Levinson, Deborah; Mrs. Max Meyerhoff, Mount Scopus. Seated, left to right, are the Mes-
dames Louis Heiman, Chapter Editor of the A ngels of Mercy Program; Ben Giller. Dance co-
chairman; Mrs. Aaron Courshon, Chapter HMO coordinator; Bernard Silverman, chairman
of Angels of Mercy Dance Program; Irving Westin, Chapter vice president and fund raising
chairman.
Personally Speaking
While visiting at the home ofi Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz,
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Burnstein, of 1965 Bav Drive, celebrated their
1648 SW 7th Street, Miami. Mr. I 41st wedding anniversary at a Din-
and Mrs. S. If. Kalins were guests I ner Party given for them by their
of honor during a party celebrat-
ing their golden wedding anniver-
sary. Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Eisenman. Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Brande and Mr.
and Mrs. B. Wasserman.
b -tr ii
Alfred S. Karlsen. of Holland, is
flying here to spend a brief vaca-
tion with his sister and brother-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. William Loeb,
1937 Meridian Avenue, Miami
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur David Kal-
ish. of 807 NW 68th Street. Miami,
announces the birth of their son,
Jacob Howard, on December 9th,
at Mount Sinai Hospital. The Briss
took place on December 16th. with
Reverend Abraham Seif officiat-
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schoen. of
Brooklyn. New York, are visiting
their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Gordon. 4740 Alton Road,
Miami Beach. The Schoens were
married on December 28th, in Tor-
Onto, Canada. Mrs. Schoen is the |
former Mignon Hochberg.
ft Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo, of
1239 15th Street, Miami Beach,
announce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Michele Nadine. on Decem-
ber 26th, at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Wolf Ablin and Mr. and Mrs. Isie
J. Pardo. Vacationing here when I
their neice arrived were Mr. and
Mrs. David Kaminsky and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Pardo. of Brooklyn. New
York. With them were the Kam-
insky's children, Susan Joyce and
Stuart Hugh, and the Pardo's Mar-
ilyn and Ira.
children. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs.
David Rabinowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Rabinowitz and Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, all of Miami
and Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs
Sol Zallia. Wilmington. Delaware.
Held at the Delano Hotel on De-
cember 29th, the party included
some 45 guests from Detroit. Mich-'
igan. and New York City. Helping
in the festivities was the oldest
of the couple's ten grandchildren, University of Miami
Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I ccivc his degree in
David Rabinowitz.
Miss Fleishman-Is
Engaged To Student
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Sondra Bette. to Sheldon Jay
Rosenfeld. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard I. Rosenfeld. 3890 NW 1st
Street, is announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Fleishman, of 2270 SW
28th Street.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Miami High School, where she will
graduate in June. She is a mem-
ber of the School Chorus there.
Mr. Rosenfeld is a senior at the
He will re-
June. Alpha
1 Phi Omega is his fraternity.
Mrs. William Loeb 'right), of 1937 Meridian Avenue, will open
her home on Tuesday afternoon, January 13th, at 1 p.m., for
a Membership Party of the Brandeis Chapter of the American
Jewish Congress. Invitations are being extended to all mem-
bers bringing a new member, accordinq to Mrs. Bess Lesser
(left), president.


.
Awards for outstanding leadership in the 19S2 Combined Jewish Appeal are presented to top
workers in the Women's Division by Mrs. Louis Glasser, Division chairman (second from
right). Ceremonies took place at a luncheon in the Sans Souci Hotel last week. Shown receiv-
ing the CJA medallions are (left to right) the Mesdames Joseph Cherner, Jennie Grossinger
and (extreme right) Sam Root.


PAGE 8 A
New Measures Introduced Into Congress
For Revising McCarran Immigration Act
__.i____i i____o___i a Kiicii-a m referrinfi to the forth-
Continued from Page 1 A
abusive in refen
coming report b) the special com
hower's first legislative moves may ,, i k, Prident
be a gesture in the direction of "ssfo" appointed bj Pn
revision of some technicalities in Tr.. '" law>
the Act. It is not expected, how- operation and rec amend
ever, that the restrictive and re ( "the
act.onary theme of the law will ibe
eifectivelv changed. General E1S4 .. ,
hower Pledged durinf the cam- to withstand a pi
paign that he would revise the act against tl '
to get the bigotry out of it." A Ihro(, members of the Presidents
commission create.! by President with
Truman to investigation public -t-on,muni>t ; -.,tion<
opinion with regard to the Act dis- The tnrec ar, senfield.
covered it was considered a na- irmer member of '.!
tional disgrace. All major Jewish perj .. H.r
groups, the National Council oi rrner US 1
Churches of Christ and
Catholic spoke out i
the Act.
\- the Immigration Service
made last minute preparations to
implement the new law. Attorney
General McGranery admitted it
was full of "ambiguities and de-
fects" and predicted serious prob-
lems would arise in administi
and enforcement. Senator Lehman
pointed out that 'deportation i-
treated in the McCarran Bill as if it
were a minor penaln. to be in-
voked almost indi.-cnminatei>. for
scon ol n as >ns for mini
fenses as well as i major crimes
and in soi
pressi |
attitu les as v 11 as ions
Assails Critics
Senator Pal I
the new |i gislatii i last
minimize the swelling ti
Of criticism of the act He issui
.. statement challenging Pres
Truman's condemnal I the
-' eas in as i nt; ii ng ra a bias
-ed critics of the measure with
acting under Commounist ii
tion and promis I I light to pro-
tect the act with the last oun
my ener.\
"Beneath the wave of racial and
religious bigotry which the-.
ponents of the Immigration and
Naturalization Act are attempting
to arouse in America, the rock of
the truth is that the act d->.
'..in one iota of racial or
discrimination." Senator Mc-
Carran said.
Re claimed that "un ler th-
n i time and in any way, is the
factor of race, or color, or creed,
or sex or nationality made the
basis of any discriminator) ruling
- whether any person can en-
ter the United States, or can live
here or can become an American
citizen He added that the sole
principle which guided him in pre-
paring the new immigration law
was-"the best interests of the Unit-
ed States of America "
Commission Abused
Senator McCarran was especially I
MOE HELLMAN
ELVIN HELLMAN
Naturalize i

Mr Rosenfield pi
tatement d<
The other two laughted when
the accusi l
Beth David Officers
Assume Posts At
Friday Service
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Phil Jacob) h
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Plans IHnnvr
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the Israi l<

going to the I
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as Mr- -
Iron
Gables Sisters Meet To
Discuss Year Book
Sisl
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Rest

FRIDAY,
joint Meeting Airs
Ike Administration
Greater Miami chapter of
i || qNmaor a joint meet-
January 12th. 1:30
Ten ;ik B.ih Sholom The
iiinht American
Vffaira and th.- H.ida-sah Medical
Uon
\ panel discussJoo on the sub-
\ '1'ini-tration What j
II u Meat To The IS. has been \
Mr- Dorothy Fink.'
\ pru .m Affairs chair

\ rities ebo will discus-- as
the topic are Paul Helli-
prnminent attorney and vice.
an of Florida For Eisen-1
lack Orr, law partner of
former t'nited States Senator:
Pepper and an active mem- j
unt) Democratic
Party; Dr Donald Larson, head'
the Government Department at
( niversit) "f Miami: and Bill
imnist for the Miami
N. .i -
h Renick. news editor of |
i Station WTVJ, will
lerator Dr I-arson.
Kenick appear regular-
ly rVJ'i feature, What's The
program will also in-
on "I the Ha-
"ruanization. as
l-r.icii musical se
; ben of local
1 up-
<*ll'il Aau.
nNlall o?
Install,,, of
ficers of the GreaSl
A-rs Wl ,^ >
GMJCC T^iyj
afternoon. 3 pm
F.phraim Qt|| ,_
tor of th(. (;rfatfr
CommunitN <>ntw
ing Oflker
As-suniin^ .,f|lff ^.
Levine. prc-ident; j
1st vie,- preside 1
Sayder, 2nd m w
Mrs Ltade I-ttt. 3rd \-
Levick Discus
Yiddisher Ft
Jacob Levin will fa,.
er tomorrow eveniu I
Yiddisher Forum
rael Congregation.
The well knovi lul^|
turer is ... hta way to(
he will represent the(
dish Culture Orgaau
The Yiddish poet.
an anah-i- f his
ciples will be Mr ,
during hi- talk hefonj
Junior Services
The Junior '"..nrrt
Israelite ( ei ti
er\ S..t irdj r-iormj|
to 1030 a n: accordafi
Kornreiih r.cipaj
ter Rcli. s,h .
super\is.,v
junior ol)-.: ance
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Ben Lanier. F.D.
Heinz Kosher Baked Beans now come
uSS tW d'fferent Wflys! In ^ green-
labeled cans and jar. they're steeped in
delicious tomato sauce! In the brown-
labeled can. they're drenched in tempt-
ing molasses sauce. Both kinds of
Heinz Kosher Beans are baked-
oven-baked till each morsel is
xi mellow- n"t sweet'
'Mm...ameichel!" Try some
for supper or lunch today'
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LRY a 1953
*JewHtncr*JSar
led Beth
id; Plan
in-Tribute
local communal I
|ec(cd president of'
3.-th Tfilah last
reelected to re-
osts were Solomon
esident; Reverend
treasurer; Rabbi
cording secretary;
Kramer, financial
ny years active in
pui-.li education in
\, was the organizer
[>n Sons of Israel
Ime to Florida from
while Reverend
lormer director of
Salanter in the
bars a leader of the
lity in Monticello,
bbi Kiit/ has taken
relational activities
ul here, along with
br northern organ-
PT.
he Board of Direc-
ki J. L. Andron, Dr.
|So!i>mon Alter, Mor-
N H. Bornstein,
kn. Israel Diamond,
Erg, Elias Gurfein,
kn. Joseph Kaplan.
Inn. Rabbi Meyer
Katz, Isidor II.
end Joseph Krantz,
liam Kothman, Jac-
Ihman ShcrMorris
Pavel Weiss.
Beth Tfilah plans
iblii Joseph Rackov-
peader, for Sunday
ary 22nd, when the
Kll be installed.
Sivuiii llatorah At
Tifereth iNrnel
A Siyum Hatorah in behalf of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (iitlcn will
be held by the Tifereth Israel
Northside Center on Sunday, Jan-
uary 11th, at 8:30 p.m.
A reception will precede the
ceremony at the Gitlen home, 7740
NW 24th Avenue, with a cavalcade
then escorting the Torah to the
Center.
Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual
leader of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center, will officiate. Cantor Al-
bert Glantz will render the musical
portion of the liturgy.
PAGE 9 A
MADE
Hebrew Teachers' Affair
The Annual Banquet of the He-
brew Teachers" Association of
Greater Miami will be held on
March 15th, according to Louis Ga-
don, president. A meeting of the
Association early last week result-
ed in a resolution to limit the af-
fair to one guest speaker of inter-
national repute, Gadon said.
Published below is another in a series of les
be published weekly by The Jewish Floridian. T
providing the fundamentals o] the language as it
book, Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spec
ami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will ap
radio station WMBM on Sundays at 2 p.m. Ent
ducted by Miss Specto* and is a feature of Jacob
will provide the visual aid necessary to partici
sons in modern conversational Hebrew which will
he complete series constitutes a course aimed at
is noiv spoken in Israel and is based on a text-
tor, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi-
pear here in conjunction with a program over
itled. Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is con-
Schachter's Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian
pate in the course.
Family Names Aired
At Szold Meeting
Family Names And Family
Trees, will be the subject discuss-
ed when the study group of Hen-
rietta Szold Hadassah meets at the
home of Mrs. Max Greenberg, 1100
14th Street. Miami Beach, on Wed-
nesday, January 14th, 1 p.m.
Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. edu-
cation chairman, will be in charge.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob, will conduct
the discussion which will concern
itself with the development of
present day family names.
The meeting Is one of a series
of study courses on the general
theme, The Hebrew Impact On
Western Civilization, and is part
of the program of studies sponsor-
ed by the Greater Miami Chapter
of Hadassah.
Tipping is not common in Israel. At hotels-usually only the expensive ones-em-
ployees are tipped only when leaving. In the restaurants, some managements add 10%
automatically to the cost of the bill. Others leave it up to the individual. No tip, how-
ever, is expected although it will be taken if offered. Taxi drivers and porters are not
tipped. r
The only group that has come to expect a tip as customary is the barbers. Here, a
few grush (3 cents} will be sufficient.
Thanks, good-bye, Sir and Tc*dah. sha-lom 'a-don u-ge- | { .111331 TVTK ,0V?tf .iTTiTI
-*. .ays tat ixia
.nan nTin
,713-1 nra
Madam
Call again
Thanks (much)
I'll be seeing you
EGGS
Medium boiled egg
Hard boiled egg
ve-ret
Bo-'u od pa'-am
To-dah i.ib bah
Le hit-ra'ot
Be-zim
Be-zah rak-kah
Be-zah ka-shah
Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company, New York City. Per-
sons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector, care of The Jewish
Floridian, and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50.
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PAGE 10 A
Hopes Emigration To Continue

Hatifira.ion Soon
TEL AVIV
eigr. Minister I S -'" es>
" '
:-. ..-.: A
Reparations Pact
LONDON HA
Israel reparati ns pad
ratified before earij Fehr ir
as a result of Um
crisis in West Germany, the
ish Observer, organ of It
Zionist movement reported
week. The Observer said that the



roarj
ported
AeIC Asks For Deletion Of Ilia* Word
NEW YORK JTA The e-~ r el fleet
ation of the term "race :r~ r
new immigration application formi
was urged by the America!i Jewisa
Committee in a statemer
ted to the President's Specia'.
mission on Immigratioo which -"_'_.._...
studying the effect? of the MCCar-
ran immigrati n .. :
War Triininals Free In taermanv
B..yx jta Nad :-.- I Mm term for
shal Wiiheim List and 123 othei
German war erimina..--.. ~
.... on a m<
tences imposed by Inited SUtes ...- .-
Courts were freed by a Christmas and 101
a.T.nesty order Field Marshal List Unf lews and i
ZOA I rged To Abandon Tit'
NEW YORK JTABenjan res .:r.
Browdy. former presides: f the tt
Zionist Organization of America tl
and member of the .' _
Executive, m a statement .--_ I Zionist grou
connection with the formation of ...
the new coalition ivernment in
Israel .:r.:ed the Zionist Orgar..:. f the i : .
tion of America to rescind thi
Children's Fears Aired By Analyst
Mrs Paula Selrns
v guesi -: c
>peaker at the Januarj Institute Mr- S<
for Parents sponsored by the Towr. specializing
Branch Nursery School of the Topic for -...
Greater Miami Jewis........lunitj be .- hu :-- Fears -. :..:
Center on Tuesday. January 13th r ect wii.
Brandeis Women
Meet At Algbn

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im in
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Boat
ton.

no Room
:
lira it Chapter To
View SCCS Film
banter of the Ns>|
Iren's Cardiac Hospital,
Tuesday January
a* Melvia Cohen
Plaster S'-eet.
the nftcrnoon will:
raented by Dr. Jacob
. Kecutive director of
i R wad Table. Natirnal
: Chriatlaaa and Jews.'

s Mi Mn
Mrs. Al
barge ol
.
nth 35.0 mei ers thi
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- (our
Rabbis Endorse Program
Soi
.....
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then
Moses

Symphony < lub
l.nrden Party
'-. Albert Pick, president of
nitj "f Miami Svmphonv
anoounces a Garden Party
t the Lord TaHeton Hotel tomor-
- "v afternoon. January' 10th. from
i T pm
More than 2 500 Svmrih^nv Clnh
riben have been invited. Mrs.
Pick said
Mr J"hn Bitter. Symphony Or-
h --: conductor, has arranged
ial musical program
' OIlfFtV* t lub
Meet* For Soriai
The Coupler Club of the Greater
Viami Jewish Community Center
-iret for a social evening to-
v at the Town Branch. 8:30
according to I.ewis Stern-
-hein. chairman ol the Adult Pro-1
remittee
in on the committee are
in, Medames William Zuckerman.
h Klein Victor Ross and Mr.
f-itial Affair St.
Continue Ption ,n tne N|
Greater Mu,, J4
Jta prepay to"*l
health welfa^^l
religiouv in!frfrtj
Throw -h tn.
Appeal. we ar fc
immigrant po?u;*i*_"1
"> urgently n^J
supplies anl ho^rS
one gift ,5*J
many national and kl
tions." *<-'
_ Kne added u
"will be a memonkLJ
history of i**^ f/L
I strongly urge nj
pate in this hun
or.
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CERTIFICATE 0T
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AUTHORITY OF Ti
TO AU. ?VHor
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Sholvm Lodge
Features Panel
Shotem Lodge. B'nai B'ritfa
hold its monthly meeting on Tues-
day evening. 8 30 p.m at the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education Building
A panel program featurinf
theme. B'nai B nth In Acti I will
include the pan
bert Balkin. Dr Donald Mich)
Jerry Carver. Milt n Fth
Sidney Ar n riu
ar.d Allan Kessler
Bor-B-Cue Welcomes
Members At Crandon
Tro|
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ran Ion Part rding i
vm Budner. or
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Jubilee Honors
Jacob Sshaihler
Jacob Schachter's 22r.d year in
radio will be celebratt : :-
Jubilee Concert at the Miami
Beach High School on Sunda>
uary 25th. 8 30 p m.
Present!) director of the Jew-
Ufa Variety Hour, he is a pioneer
in Jewish radio programs
he began to feature in New Y rk
City 21 years ago
The Sunday evening concert
feature a leading New York artist
Tickets are on sale at the Star
Dairy Restaurant 949 Washington
Avenue. Reservations may be
made at 58-3300
Harn 10a nee
Funds For Choir
Robes At III at h
Mrs .
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ter PT.\ .
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School d
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Marj Levu
'--- Firu min,
Ross. Mimi Levy. Dorothy Wall
Evelyn Weinman, Joseph Shu.
':an Peyton and B Hirshfield
C K A XD OP K K | > u
THIRSDAV. JA.MARV 8h. IMS
Adler's Kosher Meat, Poultry
and Fish Market
FREE SOUVENIRS
w. Will c.rry *, Ljnt of ^y pot|(ry ^d ^
Prime and thoiee tirades Omlm
ln the Heart of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Are.|
Another DIVIDEND
For thrifty Citizens Federal Savers
hi c.'.dend rima for Citizen* Federal Savers. M you ore
not c -e;dy c-rvjng or memberj, open your savings account
c, and en:cv I berol earningi paid twice eoch yeorl
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W. J CAUAHAH
s. r. OANKS
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INDfPiND'Jj
AVIN6S AC


JARY 9. 1953
+Jewish fk>rMk*r>
Series At
>lom
th Sholom launched
pversary Program of
Education on Wed-
ges will be given
ch, 1953. and will be
three periods of in
classes from 7:45 to
will include small
sized to study one of
subjects:
fading For Beginners,
Marder, instructor;
jage I, Mrs. Michael
tructor: Hebrew lan-
\. [snac Lipson. instruc-
Bible And The Mod-
Iney .1. Greenberg, in-
priod courses, from 9
in which the entire
will participate, are
feature the Big Ten
rs on American Jewish
Last Decade. Out-
est lecturers will in-
llowing:
i. Dr. t-.manuol Gam-
fa1 of L'AHC Commis-
Ssh Kducation The
Jewish Education; Jan-
Joseph Narot, Rabbi,
pi. Miami A Decade
life In A Democratic
nary 21st. Mr. Stanley
rincr president of the
euish Federations and
ml- Jewish Social
vnierica: January 28th.
Routh. Professor of
Jinn-. University oi Mi-
Jew And His Neigh-
[4th Cantor Samuel
A Decade Of Jewish
lary nth. Rabbi Mor-
tal Gablea Jewish Cen-
I iterary Expressions;
lli lecturer to be an-
Ibriurv 25th. The In-
| Israel On American
II be announced;
he Role Qf The Syna-
lerica, lecturer to be
idinu lecture in the
al Judaism Looks
given by Rabbi Leon
ritual leader of Tem-
kolom. on Wednesday,
ndition to this year's
|1 be the fifteen-min-
between the first and
l in which the entire
will join in the sing-
h and general Jewish
the direction of Can-
and guest leaders,
[certificate of comple-
-sued by the Ameri
of Jewish Studies.
Beth Sholom is affili-
e who complete the
ft study.
Berman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Fannie
Berman, formerly of 2315 SW 26th
Street, will take place Sunday, Jan-
uary 11th, 12 Noon, at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs.
Berman is survived by her husband
Joseph, a son David, and a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Rose Baliner, both of
Brooklyn, New York. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
be present.
Hold Model Supper
At Beth David
Sunday School
Kindergarte.: classes of Beth
David Sunday School will partici-
pate in a Model Friday Night Sup-
per during their regular sessions
on Sunday.
A traditional supper will be
served, with students lighting the
Sabbath candles, blessing the wine
and praying over individual chal-
ahs. Guest of honor will be Harry
Simons, first sponsor of the model
supper.
The Misses Irene Kinick and
Jeane Stiebel are in,charge of the
affair, with Mrs. George Horn su-
pervising the food.
OMtnrles
I-AlltA TKIfH.MAN
'. <>f 3M Meridian Avenue, tiled on
Jiuiuary 2nd. In a Beach IiohiiIIhI. .She
Ik Biirvlve.l l.y her huxhand, Harrv:
and one sinter. Mrs. Rone Ooldlmum.
KemaliiH weie Kent to New Yoi k Citv
for servlieK anil Interment hy (he Ml-
iMil llem-h Hlvendde.
.i"si:i'ii PIDDBLMAN
hj. a winter vixltor. died here on Jan-
uar> 2nd. in a Itau-h hospital. He ia
.survived by one von, Kldne\ ; three
iHUKhtera, Mr*. Juliette Mawin, Hri,
Harriet l.l|ipinan and MrK. Mildred
Shaw: three brother*. Charles. Irving
and Morton, and three slaters, Jennie,
Mri Anna BnidnOT .mil Mrs Sadie
liiiiin.in Remains were sent to Ran
ork City for services and Interment
bj the Miami Baaoh Riverside.
VKTTA Z1MMJERMAN
81. of J.14 Kuclld A\enue. died on Jan-
uary 3rd. A resident here for the i>ast
1* yearn, she la survived bv two k..iis.
I'r Maurice and William Kemains
wen- asnl to Brooklyn, New York, for
sendees and Interment t the Miami
liiai h ltl\eralde.
ABRAHAM KI.KIN
.'o. of :i77:: s\v path street, pa Mod
iwai on January 2nd He la survived
b> bis wife. Barmh; two sons, Jach
anil Perry; two brothera, Max and
tUdney; and Hirer ^isteis. Fannie Wal-
owitx. Rose 1.1.1.. i in in and N'..rma
S|iimii i. fctarvtces were on Bunday, .t
"The Miami Riverside", with inter-
m.-in on Mount sin.ii Cemetery.
Bond Council Will
Meet On Sunday
I A special meeting of the Coun-
cil of Organizations will be held
on Sunday morning, lLa.m., at the
Royal Palm Hotel, according to an
announcement this week by Joe
I Rose, chairman of the Greater Mi-
I ami Committee for Bonds of Is-
I rael
J Guest speaker will "be Judah A.
Richards, member of the National
Executive Committee of the Zion
ist Organization of America and
chairman of the Investment Com-
mittee, Palestine Economic Cor-
poration.
DANIEL KOVISTS
."-, of 9232 Hardlna Avenue, died in a
Beach hdauital on Tuesday. He la sur-
vived by his wife, Matilda. Remalna
were sent tn New York City for Serv-
ians and Interment | the Beach
Memorial Chapel.
AURA HAM I.KVINtiTON
62. of 11 j" Pennsylvania Avenue, died
here. He is survived by his wife, An-
na. I'emaniH were sent to New Y.ii'k
t'ity for services and Interment bj the
Beach Memorial Chapel.
BAMIEI. IIIUSHMAN
C".. of 6L' Collins Avenue, died here
of a heart attack, lie is survived by
his uif.-. Bophle; and two sons, in
Baltimore and Pittsburgh Kemains
were sent to Pittsburgh. Pennsylvan-
ia for services and Interment by the
Miami Beach Riverside
iy Review
\r >ov'l
lendored Thing, by
will be reviewed by
|Weinstein at Temple
on Tuesday, January
|.m.
Tuesday Review
regular book review
Morris Alpert is in
rangements.
>ur*in ScIiimiI
Opens List For
February Class
Applications fur admission to
the February Class of the School
of Practical Nursing at Mount Si
nai hospital are now being accept
ted at the school, 4300 Alton Road.
Miami Beach, it was announced
here this week.
Registrants must be between the
ages of 17 and 35T with a high
school education or its equivalent.
The course covers twelve months
of instruction and nursing practice
in the hospital in all major serv-
ices under the supervision of reg-
istered professionals.
The hospital provides students \
with private rooms in the nursing
school, meals, laundry, uniforms
and books. Tuition for the year's
course is $50 00.
Students who satisfactorily com-
plete the prescribed course are
granted a school certificate and
are then eligible to apply for li-
censing by the Florida State Board
of Examiners. The school has been
accredited by the National Asso-
ciation for Practical Nurse Educa-
tion.
FRANK SKIM.W
R, of 1925 Cain is Drive, died Satur-
d:i> a resident here for the past
ohjhl years, lie is survived by three
ions, Albert, Louis and Morris Re-
i were sent to Chicago, Illinois.
for services ami Interment by the
Beaoh Mei.....lal Chapel.
I.' Ml.- QOI.DROBEN
IS, of 830 Jefferson Avenue, died Tues-
day. He i- sun Ived bj h brol hi .
Jacob Miami Beach Rlversldi was
in charge of arrangements,
Rl I8E liltlN'iil.KK
82. of MO Meridian Avenue, died Bun-
day, A resident here for the paal 10
>ears, sin- I* survived b) her hua-
i-.ind. Sam. a sun. m\ slaters and
three bt ithers, Including Emanuel (311-
beft.i of Miami l>ach Services were
nt the Peach Memorial Chapel, with
Interment on Mount Sinai Cemeterj
e Mi-1.1.IK BANDLBR
02. of 4^:. Si.iiili Shore I>rlve. died
On Saturday at her residence. I.iv-
nr; here for the pact eighteen years,
she is survived by her husband. Ab-
raham; two suns. his. Stanley and
Milton; three brothers. Including Sam-
Oaterneck, of Miami Beach: and
two slaters. Krrvlees were al tin' Mi-
ami Beach Riverside Chapel, with
burial o" Qraoelajod Memorial Ceme,-
te I
ESTHER UOOpMAN
Sj. of 1307 Euclid Avenue died Satur-
day. Services were at the Miami
Beach Riverside Chapel, with Inter-
ment on Mounl Nebo Cemetery.
JACOB EI8HER
79. of ISM Michigan Avenue, died sn-
urda\ A winter resident here for the
pasi _'i years, he is survived bj his
wife, Mamie; and three daughters and
two sisters. Services were at the
Miami Beach Riverside Chapel, with
interment In Brookllne, Massachus-
etts
HARRT 1'V.iiRETZKV
TC, ol MS0 Alton Road, died Saturday.
A resident here for the i..st si\ years,
he is survived by his wife. Nora. Re-
mains inn' sent tn New fork I'ity
for services and Interment by the
Beach Memoilal Chapel.
Israel Night Celebrated
A combined meeting and linen
shower will be featured at tomor-
row evening's gathering of the
Miami Beach Mizrachi Women's or-
ganization. The program is sched-
uled to celebrate Israel Nigbt.
Place of the meeting is 311 Wash-
ington Avenue.
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Rdsengarfen UnveiHng
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Pauline
Rosengarten. formerly of 4141 Mer-
idian Avenue. Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday. January Hth,
3:30 p.m.. at Woodlawn Park Cem-
etery, with Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiating. Mrs. Rosengarten is sur-
vived by two sons, Charles and
Daniel; two daughters, Mrs. Rae
Lefkowitz and Mrs. Janet Kauf-
man, all of Miami Beach; also five
grandchildren and two great grand-
children. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
KDaum Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Adolph
Daum, formerly of 3035 SW 1st
Avenue, will take place Sunday.
January 11th 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro officiating. Mr. Daum is sur-
vived by his widow, Fannie, and
two daughters, Mrs. Nathan
Schwartz and Mrs. Victor Levine,
all of Miami. Arrangements are
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Flagler Center Meets;
Discusses Member Drive
A Membership Campaign for the !
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commun-j
ity Center was outlined during a I
meeting last night at the Center I
by Samuel Kirschner, chairman.
Election of a Nominating Com
mittee and final reading of the re- i
vised by-laws were also held.
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FRIDAY, IANUARY 9. 1953
SEC. B
X Plans Musical Review Depicting
ifs Growth; Sam Hirsch Is Director
have been completed by
jeater Miami Jewish Com-
fCenter to produce a mus-
iriew depicting the history
Dwth of this area, accord-
Stanley C. Myers.
announcement followed on
fls of a casting call early
directed such successes as The
Mad Woman Of Chaillot, Hamlet
and Cyrano de Bergerac, will hold
initial try-outs at the Center's
headquarters, 450 SW 16th Avenue,
on Tuesday, January 13th, 8 p.m.
Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, prominent
in civic and fraternal ventures
here, has been designated chair-
man of Sand In Your Shoes.
Other administrative heads nam-
ed as assistants are H. A. Binder,
publicity; Leon Kaplan, Sponsor's
Committee; Ed Peyser, finance;
Irs. Sylvia Chertkof
bk for some 250 singer, ac-
I dancer* by Professor Sam-
Bch. associate director of
lersity of Miami Ring The-
fercntly commissioned to
production which is ten-
Ititled, Sand In Your Shoes,
horus will be under the
of Robert Strassburg,
Wida composer and mus-
lector who has written the
t>r the GMJCC show. A pro-
orchestra will be includ-
e production, according to
ssnr Hirsch. who initiated
akespeare Festival at the
lity of Miami and who has
j Luncheon Meeting
| Will Outline Drive
An organizational luncheon
meeting of the Paint-Chemicals-
! Hardware Unit of the 1953 Com-
I bined Jewish Appeal will be held
l on Monday. January 12th, at the
1 Rosedale Restaurant.
General Trades Division Chair-
[ man Sam Heiman will outline
plans for the unit's participation
' in the drive officially scheduled
j to open on Sunday, January 11th.
A series of similar meetings of
jtrades, industries and professions
i are being planned throughout the
Dade County area by Chairman
Heiman in order to achieve con-
centrated participation by business
men in this year's campaign.
Sam Hirsch
Paula Orlik. ticket controller; and
Rosalie Hofman, Booth chairman.
Mrs. Chertkof said that Sand In
Your Shoes will have only one
showing at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium on Sunday evening, March
1st. Revenues derived* from the
show will be used to further the
activities of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
fit* Sinai Uottpital Appoint* Tiro
v Xvgro PhuHirians To Staff
lesy staff privileges have
tended to two Negro phy-
by the Board of Trustees
mil Sinai Hospital, it has
nnnunced by Max Orovitz,
president. Appointed were
nuel H. Jacobson to the De-
Int of Roentgenology and
liam A. Patterson, Jr., to
Jpartment of Internal Medi-
appointments," Orovitz
continue to express Mount
Hospital's humanitarian
f offering medical service
nembers of the Greater Mi-
nmunity regardless of race,
creed. With our expand-
ysical facilities for the care
Negro patients, the Board
Hstees has recognized the
pf additional medical assis-
id welcomes Dr. Johnson
Patterson to its medical
|kr this year, the Board ap-
Dr. Aubrey Wajren Henry
int Sinai's staff, marking
time in the history of the
(that staff privileges were
to a Negro physician in a
>ry. White hospital. The
iron national acclaim for the
ospital.
newly-appointed physicians
live Floridians now practic-
Miami. Dr. Johnson was
pted from Meharry Medical
Nashville, in 1930, and
hia internship at City Hos-
Louia, Missouri. He did
iuate work in x-ray at
ounty Hospital and alao
post of Resident in Roent-
at Provident Hospital.
Chicago.
his graduation from
A 4 M in 1037, Dr. Patter-
hit profatonal training
Medical College. He
received an appointment as med-
ical resident at Hubbard Hospital,
Nashville, where he served for
three years. In 1945, Dr. Patterson
was the recipient of a Rockefeller
Fellowship in Internal Medicine,
spending two years at the New
England Medical Center and the
Pratt Diagnostic Hospital, Boston.
From 1947 to 1949, Dr. Patter
son was Assistant Professor of In-
ternal Medicine at Meharry, after I
which he came to Miami to enter f
private practice.
JSSB Named Family
Service Association
Affiliate Member
Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of
j the Interpretation Committee, an-
nounced this week that the Jewish
Social Service Bureau, under the
leadership of its president, Mrs.
Stanley ('. Myers, has been accep-
ted into full membership in the
Family Service Association of
America, the standard setting or-
ganization of family service agen-
cies over the country.
In making this information avail-
able to the Jewish Floridian, Mrs.
Glasser quoted a letter received
from FSAA in which its Member-
ship Committee stated it was "im-
pressed with the excellent progress
your agency has made during the
past few years in building up a
resident counseling program and
in relating your services to the
Jewish Community."
This recognition follows an in-
tensive examination of the agency
by regional field consultant Helen
Schmitz.
Mrs. Myers, in congratulating
Albert Comanor, agency executive,
and his staff, indicated that the
recognition is both gratifying and
understandable in view of the way
in which JSSB has increasingly be-
come the place to which Jewish
families in the Miami area turn
for guidance and counseling with
family problems.
The JSSB, a Red Feather agen-
cy, is a member of the Dade Coun-
ty, Community Chest and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
It is located in the Calumet Build-
ing at 10 NE 3rd Avenue.
Assembly of two new generators recently arrived in Tel Aviv
from the United States was scheduled to begin this week as
part of an overall plan to increase Israel's power develop-
ment. The generating units, each having a capacity of 50,000
kilowatts, were purchased by the Palestine Electric Corpor-
ation with the aid of State of Israel Eond investments and re-
quired a total appropriation of about $10,900,000.
Beth David Takes First Place In Miami
Maccabiah; Jewish Center Wins On Beach
Final results of the Annual Mac-
cabiah. sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education for the Jew-
ish schools of Greater Miami, show-
ed Beth David Synagogue to be
winner in Miami. The Miami
Beach Jewish Center led in the
Beach carnival.
Some 1,000 students participated
in the Maccabiah. In Miami, the
final results were as follows;
Beth David, 69 points; Beth El.
54 points; Miami/Hebrew School,
46 points; Zamora Jewish Center,
37 points; Israelite Center, 1 point.
I The colorful pageant of partici-
pants and the song contest were
both won by the Zamora Jewish
Center The athletic program was
in the hands of Abraham Rock-
stein, with the cooperation of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
On the Beach the following re-
sults were scored: Miami Beach
Jewish Center. 91 points; North
Shore. 49 points; Workmen's Cir-
cle. 66 points: Knesseth Israel. 40
points; Temple Beth Sholom, 10
points.
The song contest was won by
Workmen's Circle Schools, and the
Parade of Participants in pageant
form was won by the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, with the North"
Shore Jewish Center closely be-
hind.
Individual scorers include Bob-
by Brooks, Patty Mackuf, Barry
Kaplan, Sunnie Taylor. Sondra
Weiner, Marilyn Katz. Leslie Zeb-
its. Carol Prost. Susan Sutton, Jay
Epstein. Marshall Murray. Cheryl
Heckler. David Epstein. Joe Marks,
Sandra Weiss, Robert Fabric,
Bruce Fabric, Stewart Fabric. Kar-
en Michelson. Donald Flecker,
Richard Dysart. Lloyd Davis. Rob-
ert Klein. Roberta Garfinkle. Mey-
! er Wolf son, Marshall Flanderman,
i Steven FaUer.
Judy Applebaum. Leonard Levy,
[ Margaret Cohen, Richard Stein-
| book, Susan Zimmerman, Steven
Gerord. Felice Sussman, Betty
i Glassman. Sheila Levine. Susan
! Bookspare, Kenny Levitt. Joan Col-
man. Charles Cans and Charles
Homer.
i Awards will be distributed at an
i early assembly in all participating
] schools. Individual prize winners
; will receive a specially designed
ribbon for first place in athletic
j events. The winning schools will
Blso receive a specially designed
certificate in honor of the occas-
j ion and an award of books for the
school library.
The Maccabiah awards are made
: through the courtesy of Mrs. Char-
les A. Ratner and will be present-
* ed by her at the school assemblies.
Refreshments were distributer! at
(the Maccabiah through the cour-
' tesy of Carl Weinkle.
^ **r----------~ sr
o__^1 Hrmt *,. the Miami events of the Annual Maccabiahwere (shown above) Max Luria, Elaine Lebow. Jerry Ak-
^v^^h^AWn Kosrtcy. Mike Wolison. France. Seitlin. Alan Lynn. Linda Rand, Doris Shaveman. France.
ih YSlJSXlM iSEE bv Corli. Ira Corliss. Annette Alexander. Melvin Schoxcid. Judy Freman. Danny
Gltlan. Ro1iJ2 San Scnwartx. Eddy Lundblad. Anson Hinger. Lois Groh. Eddie Leviten. Stephen Levine. Roger
mSS^tSSSJSSSL Su~manTtam SchwarUman. Roberta Steplan, Dal. Handshu. Adele Kleinman. Carol
IS^MiSa^Kra^^ Ltoda Bosn*. Karon Samson. Helen. Ctoin. Franklin Kreuixer. Sidney JacoUen. Norman Dnch-
noTHairman Clein. Marsha Were* and Regma Sampwm.


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FRIDAY.
lANOAat,
Chest Launches
Final Phase
Of Campaign
Some 5 000 neighbor? ... -
Sunday. January- 11th. in tr
phase of the 1953
Chest Campaign for S!.0c
provide services for their I
men thr ugh 23
aeencie- and the I -
The drive, beir.g earned I
areas of Dadc County bj
solicitors, will begin at 1 p D
will carry out the theme ot
bor Day-
Mrs. F. F Ravhn. chairman of
the 1953 MetropoliU
announced the house;,
campaign is expected to raise 1131.-
000 toward the 19 5 3
total
Funds raised through the 1953
Community Chest ci
allocated to aameroos agea
eluding the Jewish Social Service
Bureau, on a month]] basis
serve the children, youth
-aeed and dependent families of
the area.
Dade County's spir.:_^:
will bring home the lmporti-
i Neighbor Day at servie-
.gogues and churches here during
the eekend Rabbis tod
pastors will inform their <.
Rations of the Cor
aims ar.^i its efforts 1
residents
Among th se par!
combined effort an Rabbis
Narot i :' Temple I-
Dnish. of Temple E
. Miami Windoi
Merrin Heche son olhfc M : SWlfth
Avenue ronducted tesTice* o* *e Tuere..
__i v-;- Cantta -.i a hown *nies ~
rfhi.BciM.tietxhotfceM Irfww Scbod cmr
p~hV.i
Congregation last Decwnbei 22nd Looking ar
Ranoe April :*:- and Conw ?-
appeared here a conce* piai i r-~e:c^ era
c^i: pkryi the darinet in the Ada Memtl funioi High Schod
Marching and Concert Band
luman Itolation*
firoup Plav llnsi
To Psychologist
. The Hjrr.ar. Relations Si
fir up : the Miai
"ion Nafi nal oncil
W'.rv -
ianuarj 14th I p m at the h dm
of Mrs Rose Garth, 215 North
Coconut Lane. Palm i-
The group will hear Dr. Jess
Spirer. director of the Chile
ance Clinic, in a discussion on
Peace -if v.ind
CANDIES
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Amencon Representatives
aueuoH avi. New rot .. t.
Distributed by
Phil Rothstein
1557 DREXEL AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-6275
Mrs. Spring Is New
Brandeis Group Head
Lou N
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tkin officiated si
members
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Pre- lent. Mrs ipnoj
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: the rumor that he will be-
rnior member of a Miami
1j firm when he retires
January 6th War-
-jh\ he 11 take up full time
duties with the new firm of War-
nm Kltin. Lthrman, Shorenstain
,nd Klin Louit Stein, vice
lent and general counsel of
Si iv Incorporated, has
named vice president-assis-
president, according to
Gee?* Fritdland, president of the
firm Stein will continue as ten-
se! for the corporation
M a member of the Board .
HIAS Concert Scheduled
For January 18th
The HIAS Annual Concert will
take place on Sunday evening. Jan-
uary 18th 8 30 p m at the Miami
Beach High School Auditorium.
Participating will be the choir
of the Miami Beach Jewish On-
t-r under the leadership of Jos-
eph Schreibman. with Cantor Dav-
id Silverman Marsha Guroloua and
Aspim Goldberg.
i hairman of the affair is David
L Tepper
Jewish War Veterans
Hear Dr. Cunningham
Dr Jacob Canningham. of the
Round Table. National Con-
hristJaat and Jews.
-peaker at a meet-
i Beach Post. Jew
it Veterans, on Tuesday ev-
LSth 8 30 p m at
m
I The retail food a*
k-nother ...Tjft.
ord in 1952 and Jt
high is in s.thi fr ^
to word by Ger fZL.
'dent of Food FUr ^
porated For ,he **l
cash sales through** *m
! retail food stores imo^S
I than ** b,l|,.,n,,Sa
chain opened its fin, rj"1
I store on No\ ember Mtei
since expanded t0 ^
stores in South FlomU f.
of them are in Did* (Wl
Marry Awslandtr. of a?,1
ton Shoe Stores and
Hotel, has authored u :
the January isoeof Cnsssi
wear. monthU trad* p^j
ing merchandising md,
in a resort market. An
ticle also outlines the i
letns of designing
Otte In si Hi
lropsi<> r||
Albert Joseph Otto el
13th Avenue. Miami, a i
Dropsie College for
Cognate Learning.
Pennsylvania. nr:_
Dr. Abraham A Neuml
dent
Tle College offers u_
branches of Jewish mi (
studies, including Jewukl
ophy and Literature.
Semitic Civilization.
and Ecyptolug> and
Religion, am.r. others
Important divisions olL
College are the School a*i
tion and the Institute |>j
and the Middle East
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OfnCEH zr.i DIRECTORS
P. J. SERRALLES
THEODORE A DAVIS IB.
EDUARDO MORALES
J. M. GARCIA
W. C. PAYNE
E. A GERARD
G. D. FAHR.HE?.
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J. L. HALL
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0. R. JACKSON
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DIRECTORS
P- J- SERRM.LES
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GOILLERMO CABRERA
THEODORE A. DAVIS, JR.
A J. HARRIS
. CECIL P. HOLLAND
KENNETH S. KEYES
SHELBY P. LANGSTON
WILLIAM LIEB0W
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Founded December 1. IMS
Statement ot Condition
AS OF DECEMBER 31. 1952
RESOURCES
Cosh
Bonds
State County and M ipal Bonds.
:ece". -= i Bank Stock .....
i snd r.s-
:.'' :'; r- : 3 ---:-.reed Bv U S
Brnment '
3 8.256.481.52
9.047.293.77
3.611.282.56
34.050.0C
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1.687.63C.46
7.275.777.84
ButiaeM and Oth* Lo-aru
Ctwoow, L.^.;,y Letters of Cred.t..'...............
A***** -.z Otfaai Assets...................
TOTAL RESOURCES
DEPOSITS ^ABILITIES
Accruals ................................
Letters cf Credit .................................
Cal*Oi Cornmor. Stock ...............................
Surplus. Und:v-ded Orr*. j..............................S 750.000.3C
"" Prafa" and R*^................. 718.748.93
TOTAL LIABILITIES
S29.9lMtf
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Officials Expect Menuhin Concert I Academy Dinner
Drive Half Million In Purchases A**racts Crowd
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>n here of a sched-ier and-appeared with many of the
5rt by violin virtuoso Ye-1 top musical organizations of the
1111
liiirni
in behalf of the
Committee, Bonds
government, on the eve-
January 29th. came early
when Joseph Cherner,
lairman. said that he ex-
lee "half a million dollars'
Israel Bonds sold in con-
yith the event."
[for the Miami Beach Au-
the concert will give the
campaign a record start
acceptance to appear
received by wire from
luhin's representative in
trk, according to Joseph
iami chairman. He said
noted musician plans to
the area early enough "to
cquaintances with cultural
imunal leaders whom he
| during the years in which
cated his talent to the
I Israel."
|fw of the limited capacity
Miami Beach Auditorium,
rill be released in the or-
[ which requests for them
eived, Cherner and Rose
through a jointly issued
it. A special session of the
Dnd Drive Cabinet follow-
JFednesday to select a con
j! ...hi. a women's section
and representative lead
M Miami Hotelman's Asso-
ia. v.ell as leaders of major
land Christian groups.
lasers of Israel Bonds start-
tmce will receive subscrip-
the concert, according to
IS. Malakoff. city manager
[Miami Beach Bond Office.
Id the auditorium seats will
ttcil as follows: orchestra.
Minn, one seat for each $1,-
lel Bond purchased; orches-
oml section, one seat for
ii Bond; orchestra, third
5250 Bond; dress circle,
ind and balcony, $50 Bond.
Hie of a $250 Bond will en-
seller to a $50 seat; sale
Bond, a $100 seat; a $750
S250 seat; a $1,000 Bond, a
eat: and more than $1,500,
10<>0 seats.
I the last war, Menuhin,
siill in his 30's, gave more
BO concerts and raised mil-
dollars for charitable pur-
Vt the request of President-
Jwmht Eisenhower. Menuhin
the United States armed
linto France and Belgium to
^in troops during World War
pr the war, Menuhin remain-
ippcar in Displaced Persons
[throughout Europe.
in 1916, to the wife of a
school teacher in New
Ihe noted artist studied with
id Anker and Louis Persing-
Of 600 Persons
Support for the projected new
World. His first concert was be- Hebrew Academy in Miami Beach's
fore an audience of 6.000 when he! 41st Street .section was pledged by
played with the San Francisco
Symphony. After that he traveled
to Europe to study under Georges
Enesco and Adolph Busch.
While in Europe in 1929. Menu-
hin made his debut with the Ber-
lin Philharmonic before an audi-
ence which included Dr. Albert
Einstein. By that time, he was 18,
and had made a world tour includ-
ing 110 engagements in 63 cities.
Greater Miami leaders at the Acad-'
emy's Fifth Annual Dinner Sun-'
day night.
More than 600 persons, the larg-
est attendance in the function's
history, turned out at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Chairman Charles H. Fruchtman
unveiled plans for the new school
designed to accommodate some 500
students. Present enrollment of the
Academy is a capacity 210 pupils, i
Fruchtman termed the affair "a
complete success."
Dr. David S. Andron, president,
traced the school's development
from 15 students in 1,947, and
urged increased backing by all
segments of the Jewish community.
Councilman Harold Turk, who was
chairman of the Arrangements
Committee, acted as toastmaster.
Cantor Moshe Kusevitsky shared
tlje entertainment spotlight with
an original cantata written by Dr.
Andron, Listen Leaders, and en-
acted by 60 academy students. Rab-
bi Moses Moscheloff gave the invo-
cation. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
said grace. The benediction was by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Also distributed during the din-
[ ner was the Hebrew Academy's
Fifth Annual Journal.
Guest Cantor Shimele Berger,
child prodigy, will render the
musical portion of the liturgy
during Friday evening and
Saturday morning services of
Congregation Beth Jacob.
Making his first appearance
here last year, the 13-year-
old cantor wa3 born in Jeru-
salem and is a student at the
Chaim Berlin Yeshiva, New
York City. He will be pre-
sented in a concert at Beth
Jacob on Sunday evening, 8
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PAGE5B
he Sabbath
Its Meaning For
Modern Man
by Dr. Abraham
J. Heschel
_il by Abraham J. Heschel. Published by Farrar,
puna Inc., New Vorh. In cooperation with the llnlt-
ue of America. Reproduced by American Jewish
j and I feature Service of the American Association
icwtsh Newspapers 'n conjunotlon with the National
Cservance Effort as a public service of the United
of America.
THOU ART ONE"
Bgory-
beginning time was one, eternal. But time
time eternal, would be unrelated to the world
So time was divided into seven days and enter-
intimate relationship with the world of space.
y single day, another realm of things came
except on the seventh day. The Sabbath was
ay. It may be compared to a king who has seven
of them he gave his wealth, and the young-
endowed with nobility, with the prerogative of
six older sdns who were commoners found
ww.
M.
^SirJeW
KM, but the noble one remained without a mate.
Rabbi Shimeon ben Yohai:
the work of creation was completed, the Sev-
pleaded: Master of the universe, all that Thou
kted is in couples; to every day of the week Thou
mate; only I was left alone. And God answered:
nmunity of Israel will be your mate.
promise was not forgotten. "When the people of
tood before the mountain of Sinai, the Lord said
Remember that I said to the Sabbath: The
uity of Israel is your mate.' Hence: Remember
|)bath day to sanctify it" (Exodus 20:8). Tbe He-
ard le-kadesh, to sanctify, means, in the language
Talmud, to consecrate a woman, to betroth. Thus
Wing of that word on Sinai was to impress upon
be fact that their destiny is to be the groom of the
fday, the commandment to espouse the seventh
are two asp arts to the Sabbath, as there are two
; to the world. The Sabbath is meaningful to man
neamngful to God. It stands in a relation to both,
sign of the covenant entered into by both. What
is the sign? God has sanctified the day, and man must
again and again sanctify the day, illumine the day with
the light of his soul. The Sabbath is holy by the grace of
God, and is still in need of all the holiness which man
may lend to it.
The Sabbath is meaningful to God, for without it there
would be no holiness in our world of time. In discussing
the meaning of the verse, "and on the seventh day He fin-
ished His work," the ancient rabbis suggested that an act
of creation took place on the seventh day. The world
would not be complete if the six days did not culminate
in the Sabbath. Geniba and the rabbis discussed this.
Geniba said: This may be compared to a king who made
a bridal chamber, which he plastered, painted and adorn-
ed; now what did the bridal chamber lack? A bride to
enter it. Similarly, what did the universe still lack? The
Sabbath. The rabbis said: Imagine a king who made a
ring: What did it lack? A signet. Similarly, what did the
universe lack? The Sabbath.
The Sabbath is a bride, and its celebration is like a
wedding.
The idea of the Sabbath as a bride was retained by
Israel: it is the theme of the hymn Lechah Dodi chanted
in the synagogue. Even the sanctification over wine was
explained with the idea that, just as the wedding cere-
mony is performed over a cup of wine, so Sabbath is "the
bride that enters the hupah." To this day the meal on
Saturday night is called "the escort of the queen."
The name of the Friday evening service is kabbalat
Shabbat. The term Kabbalah denotes the act of taking an
obligation upon oneself. The term in this sense has the
connotation of strictness and restraint. Yet kabbalah in
its verbal form means also: to receive, to welcome, to
greet. In the tirst meaning, it is applied to a law; in the
second, to a person. The question arises, in what mean-
ing is the word kabbalah used when applied to the word
Shabbat?
It has been said that in medieval literature the term
kabbalat Shabbat is used exclusively in the first sense, de-
noting the act of taking upon oneself the obligation to
rest, the moment of cessation from work. Yet it may be
proved that in an even earlier period the term has been
used in the sense of greeting or welcoming the Sabbath.
What, then, does the phrase kabbalat Shabbat mean?
The answer is, it means both; it has both a legal and
a spiritual meaning; they are inseparable from one an-
other. The distinction of the Sabbath is reflected in the
twin meanings of the phrase kabbalat Shabbat which
means to accept the sovereignty as well as to welcome
the presence of the day. The Sabbath is a queen as well
as a bride.
ETERNITY UTTERS A DAY
"Now Who is greater than the Sabbath which is both
bride and queen and who is called delightful. A thous-
and times more so should the master of the house him-
self be busy in making the preparations, even though he
may have a hundred servants."
"This was the practice of Rabbi Judah ben Ilaion
the eve of the Sabbath a basin filled with hot water was
brought to him, and he washed his face, hands and feet,
and he wrapped himself and sat in fringed linen robes,
and was like an angel of the Lord of hosts."
"When Rabbi Hamnuna the Ancient used to come out
from the river on a Friday afternoon (after taking his
bath), be was wont to rest a little on the hank, and, rais-
ing his eyes in gladness, he would say that he sat there
in order to behold the joyous sight of the heavenly angels
ascending and descending. At each arrival of the'Sab-
bath, he said, man is caught op into the worM of souls.
Happy is he who is aware of the mysteries of his Lord."
When all work is brought to a standstill, the'candles
are. lit. Just as creation began with the word, "Let there
he light!" so does the celebration of creation begin with
tbe kindling of lights. It is the woman who ushers in the
joy and sets up the most exquisite symbol, light, to dom-
inate the atmosphere of the home.
And the world becomes a place of rest. An hour ar-
rives like a guide, and raises our minds above accustomed
thoughts. People assemble to welcome the wonder of the
seventh day, while the Sabbath sends out its presence ov-
er the fields, into our homes, into our hearts. It is a
moment of resurrection of the dormant spirit in our souls.
INTUITIONS OF ETERNITY
That the Sabbath and etemily arc oneor of the same
essenceis an ancient idea. A legend relates that "at the
time when God was giving the Torah to Israel. He said
to them: My children! If you accept the Torah and ob-
serve by mitzvot, I will give you for all eternity a thing
most precious that I have in my possession.
And what, asked Israel, is that precious thing which
Thou wilt give us if we obey Thy Torah?
The world to come.
Show us in the world an example on the world to come.
The Sabbath is an example of the world to come."
Unless one learns how to relish the taste of Sabbath
while still in this world, unless one is initiated in the ap-

preciation of eternal life, one will be unable to enjoy -
the taste of eternity in the world to come. Sad is the lot .
of him who arrives inexperienced and when led to heaven
has no power to perceive the beauty of the Sabbath .
The story is told about a rabbi who once entered
heaven in his dream. He was permitted to approach the
temple in Paradise where the great sages of the Talmud,
the Tannaim. were spending their eternal lives. He saw
that they were just sitting around tables studying the
Talmud. The disappointed rabbi wondered, "Is this all ,
there is to Paradise?" But suddenly he heard a voice:
"you are mistaken. The Tannaim are not in Paradise, i
Paradjse is in the Tannaim."
We usually think that the earth is our mother, that .
time is money and profit our mate. The seventh day is a
reminder that God is our father, that time is life and
the spirit our mate.
In the language of the Bible the world was brought in- .
to being in tbe six days of creation, yet its survival de- I
pends upon the holiness of the seventh day. Great are
the laws that govern the processes of nature. Yet without
holiness there would be neither greatness nor nature.
.1 REFLECTIONS: Ortho-
rs hi the United States
uncomfortable over the
at the religious groups in
ve lost the strong position
d in the Israel Cabinet .
neral feeling is that they
er regain that position .
secret here that all relig-
s in Israel are constant
g in following This is
t only of the extreme Or-
Agudas Israel, but also the
and its affiliated parties
same holds true even for
f Rabbis of Israel .
are losing authority .
markable thing is that al-
large sections of the ag
er to religious ahtes. the
I religious nlrnti are tos-
kh* hold on the population
pis is because the reisgiou*
of Orthodoxy has noth-
ial to offer the stale in
the problems of poWic
f
Between You and Me' *
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
service Who will run electric
power stations on the Sabbath? ...
Who will run other essential serv-
ices, including the army? How
about essential farm work on the
Sabbath? ... To these and other
basic questions religious leader-
ship in Israel has not yet found
a satisfactory answer. Some
religious Jews have tried to solve
these problems on their own
Most of them have either cosnpro
pulation in Israel tend is I mill 1 with ttuhstna in which case
all other retsgaaus Jews reject
them Orvhay have been strict-
ly traditional, hi which case their
value to the gin ml public suf-
fers Orthodox Jewry as such
has not yet told tbe Israel Jews
bow a state can be run by
alone on a seven-day week .
Even on the issue of women serv-
ing in the Israel Army, the relig-
ious groups took no fundamental
stand They do not object to
women in general doing army serv-
ice; they only object to service for
"religious women" for their own
women They do not mind the
others being "exposed" ,as they
believe to tbe moral dangers of
camp life or to entering the pro-
fessions and tbe work-aday world
... yisBF bebwve that national serv-
ice wig "infect" the young girls,
but they do not mind non-religious
girls being "injected" by such men-
ial tasks as defense, nnrsing and
other services It is this dis-
tinction that is scorned in Israel,
contributing to a very great ex-
tent to the decline in Orthodox
influence in the country .

DOMESTIC DEVELOPMENTS:
Among 120 Jewish communities re-
porting their final or estimated fin-
al welfare campaign totals only
four can boast that they raised
more money in 1952 than in the
preceding year These are
Cleveland, Hartford. Harrisburg
and San Diego Most others
showed a drop of between 10 and
12 percent The total raised by
these 120 communities in 1952 is
$83,295,700 as against $70,404,324
in the preceding year The drop
in the larger communities is es-
pecially noticeable Thus, Chi-
cago raised approximately $1,000.-
000 less in 1952 than the $8,500,000
of a year ago Baltimore raised
$3,100,000 as compared with $3.-
407.000 in 1951 Detroit did
better than some of the other large
communities, taking in only $300,-
000 less than the $4,700,000 raised
in 1951 Newark was only $200.
000 behind the $2,300,000 raised I
in the previous year Philadel-
phia raised $4,500,000 in 1952,
which is about $780,000 less .
St. Louis, which in 1951 raised
more than $2,000,000. was on rec-
ord in 1952 with $1,800,000 .
Pittsburgh raised $1,925,000 in
1952 and only $1,775,000 in 19A2
'. Miami, which raised $1,200,000 |
in 1951 reached slightly less in
1992 San Francisco raised
about $85,000 less than the $1,700,-
000 which was contributed in 1851
. Cleveland raised $4,210,000 in
1952, which is $70,080 more than
the preceding year. ^


PAGE 6 B
Chanuka Award
Winners Listed
At Gables Center
Spiritual leader of the Cora!
Gables Jtwista Center. Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop. th;> week announced the
winners of the Third Annual Chan-
uka Home Decoration Contest
First prize of a two-foot electric
Menorah went to Mr and Mrs.
Nathan Magida. SSI Santillane Av-
enue. Mr and Mrs William Lieb-
erman. of 30 SW 30th Road, won
the second prize of a pair of Ten
Commandment book ends.
Third prize was a Ten Command-
ment wall plaque. Winners of I
award were Dr and Mrs Henr]
Green. 4103 Anderson Road Pri*
es were based on beauty of home
decoration, participation by child-
ren and originality.
Also singled out for mention
were Mr and Mrs Leon Goldman.
2625 SW 25th Avenue: Mr
Mrs. Joseph Kolber. 6426 SW 12th
Street: and Mr and Mrs Milton
Katz. 5950 SW i3:h Street
books by Sholem Aleichem went to
those in the honorable mention
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HOUS DIRECTORY
JEWISH CEN-
riday evening ser-
with Rabbi Ir-
tfficiating and dis-
nd Rebirth. Satur-
vices are at 9 a.m.,
fitzvoth of Ira, son
ifax Goldbach, and
and Mrs. Hyman
take place. Rabbi
eak on the Week-
btor David Silver-
the musical por-
fy with the Center
direction of Jo-
An afternoon
eduled for 4 p.m.,
Incha and Shalos
Brvices are in the
and 5:30 p.sa.
t
(ENTER will hold
services at 5:30
are at 8:15 p.m.,
ducted by children
n vision of Andrew
evine will be host
pbat following. Sat-
ervices are at 8:30
Abraham Sachs
I discuss the Week-
or services are at
*-ed by Kiddush.
bi 5 p iii followed
EW SCHOOL AND
will hold Friday
at 5 p.m. Late
815 p.m., when
pril will discuss: j
Juestions. Satur-
ates are at 9 a.m..
[will officiate and
ekly Portion. Can-
femer will render
|on of the liturgy.
i- scheduled for
by Mincha and
frtshments will be by Mrs. Samuel
Grundwerg. Mincha is scheduled
for 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services arc 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., with Rabbi
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky officiating
and discussing: A Great Time To
Be Alive. A class in Talmud is
scheduled for 4 p.m. Mincha will
be at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Junior Congregation serv-
ices are in Yeshiva Hall at 10 a.m. '

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8 p.m.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeri-
tus of Temple Israel, will be guest
speaker. Subject of his discourse
is scheduled as: Foreigners. Cantor
Elisha Cerner will render the mus-
ical portion of the liturgy. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri
day evening services at 8:15 p.m..
with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiat-
ing and preaching on the topic:
The Giant Who Conquered A City.
The service will be dedicated to
the Community Chest Campaign of j
1953. Keith Phillips, Chest gert |
eral chairman, is scheduled as
guest speaker.
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Agudath llntl ll,il,M Ihm.i.- Kwr < >r
.'h"'1':^ "*th si.. Miami Besch.
Bath David Rabbi Max Shujilro,
>.nwrvatWet 22i UW 3rd Ay.-.,
Miami.
Bath El Df, Khinnryahii Swirsky. Or-
b.'.k ,'* i* SW 17th Ave Miami.
B,*h,Jeo'Rabbi Mon-a MeachrMf.
Orthfxlox. 301-311 Wah. Avr, MR
Bath Sholom Rabbi Leon Krniilsh.
Liberal. 4144 Caaae Ave., M H
Bath TfilahRabbi Jnaeph Rarkov-
ky, Orthodox, 35 Kuclld Ace.. Mi-
ami I leach.
Coral Oablaallabbl Morrlt Skop, Lib-
eral. 320 I'Hlermo Ave.. < \ Cable*.
1*.r,,0.wn Synaganua- ".thodox. 135
NW 3rd Ave.. Miami.
Fiagier.Granada- If NW 51st Place.
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
proas, Orthodox. 918 6th St.. M B
Hialeah.Miami Springs Reverend
I-o Helm. Kl K. 4th Ave.. Hlnl*>>
Hollywood Conservative. 2030 I'ftlk
St Hollywood.
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
Saiha. Conservative, 311)8 SW 24th
Ter Miami.
Kneeeth IsraelRabbi Abraham Caa-
ML (ii thodox. 1415 Kuclld Ave..
Miami T'.eieh
Mlami Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave. M H
Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi Simon
April. Orthodox. 1101 SW I2ih Ave.
Miami.
Monticello Park Reverend Jacob
KM*. l4th Street and NB lllh
Avenue, North Miami Baaeh,
North Dade-Rabbi llarrv BttlnMr,
Conservative. '3*30 W. Dixie lllith-
way. North Miami.
North ShortRahbl Mayer Abramo-
wltx. Conservative, 820 7ith St..
Miami Reach.
Temple laratlDr. Joseph Narot. Re-
form. 137 NK 19th St., Miami.
Titerath Israel 6500 N. Miami Ave..
Miami.
West MiamiRahbl Alfred Waxman.
Conaervatlve, 5720 SW 17th St.,
Miami
Young Israel Orthdox. 4001 Chase
Ave Miami Reach.
Zamora- Reverend Rudolf Rrlll. Con-
servative. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Cables.
liam Feigenbaum as host. Daily
services are at 8:30 a.m., and at
5:30 p.m.
JkDEMY will hold
services at 5:15
frninn services are
members of the
at ion Class will
bntor Jacob Tam-
j the musical por-
The sermon will
fcer, 8th grade stu-
|Shabbat for chil-
under the direc-
liandcr Gross. Re-
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-i
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p.m. Late services are I
at 8:15 p.m., when Rabbi Abraham !
Cassel will conclude his series on
Mental Health and the Bible with
a lecture on: The Key To Emotion-
al Health. Cantor Abraham Seif
and the Congregation Chair will
render the musical portion of the
liturgy. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m., when the Bar MiU-
vah of Phillip Rudman will take
place.
e
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m., with
Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and
preaching on the Weekly Portion.
Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos with Wil-
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services ;
at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating and discussing:
The Book Of Exodus As A Remin-'
der To All Freedom Loving Peo-
ple. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker
will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat
following. Saturday morning ser-
vices are scheduled for 9 a.m.. with j
Hebrew School children participat-
ing. Reverend Heim will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at
5 p.m., followed by Maariv.
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
vill hold Friday evening services
it 5:30 p^m. The forum service is
at 8:30 p.m., when Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will officiate and dis-
cuss: Jewish Rites. Guest Cantor
Shimele Bcrger will render the
musical portion of the liturgy. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
a.m. Congregational singing will be
led by Cantor Aaron Weingarten.
Junior services are at 9 a.m., under
the direction of Benjamin Kaminet-
zky. Mincha is scheduled for 5:15
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Daily services are
at 7 a.m., and at 5:15 p.m.

YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 5:15 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 8 a.m., and at 5:15 p.m.

HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.,
with Cantor Mordechai Haalman
officiating. Guest speaker will be
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Bur-
; eau of Jewish Education. Subject
j of his discourse is scheduled as:
New Horizons In Jewish Educa-
I tion. Kiddush will be by Lois Rich.
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
I Rich. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will
i render tne musical portion of the
! liturgy. Saturday morning services
are at 9:30 a.m. Daily services are
at 9 a.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
18:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiating and discussing: j
Why Do We Refuse To Listen. Sat '
urday morning services are at ]
10:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah .
of Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-1
ry Steinberg, will take place. Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer will render j
the musical portion of the liturgy. I
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-1
ices at 8:15 p.m. Blessing of the
Sabbath candles, Kiddush and the
Oneg Shabbat will be by the Sis-1
terhood and Mrs. Samuel Bloch.
Saturday morning services are at!
9:30 a.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop '
officiating and discussing the
Weekly Portion.
?
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER I
holds early Friday evening services
at 5:15 p.m. Late services are at
8:30 p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man will officiate. An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow. Saturday morning
services are scheduled for 9 a.m..
with Junior services at 11 a.m.
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., with Mr.
and Mrs. Isadorc Teitler hosts of
the Oneg Shabbat in honor of Mr.
Oscar Weinstein.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
Bold regular services Friday at
8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E. j
Brill officiating. Arthur Deutsch. |
chairman of the Religious Commit-
tee, will speak on the Weekly Por-
tion. The Sisterhood will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat. Services will be-
gin at 9 a.m., Saturday. A Kiddush
will follow.
a
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. New officers and
Board members will be installed
during the services. Subject of a
discourse to be delivered by Rabbi
Shapiro is scheduled as: Religious
Responsibilities. Floral offerings
will be by Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof and
Mr. George Chertkof. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Stanley Chertkof will be Bar
Mitzvah. Daily services are at 8
a.m.. and at 5:15 p.m.

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA.
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
officiate and discuss: The Jew In
Exile. In the afternoon, the Rabbi
will preach on the Weekly Portion.
Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
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FRIDAY.
Defamation League leaders charge, Supposing ^
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Off The Record
feer
ZIONIST FRONT:
S> NATHAN SHUN
:o5: Jewi* ifckfi
Ite rift with r, J^
in the ZOA M etoasi to healing jj*^ "- >'**
than it was before the convention their
In fact the sch:>" ia V**** ''- ears I la* "hiepan
er than diminishing Once a rear del
become> president of the organiia
tion he >eera< ipso facto to become
the target of attack Erstwhile
supporters of Rabbi Irving Miller
have now turned against him. And
one of his staunchest supr
has even demanded his res -

because he. I*
Opened to stamp l* I- "
. & MeCarrani aw nntor-
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I \t II can >cne their pur
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!hVtet.f.ed before the COOWWI
,,.,* hearings
miiguioed
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in
tion If the c:..-:->-- ed on ideological conflicts or if it
were a consequence of the strains
on the organizations as M teaks
:o establish relationship with Is
rael and the Jewish
the situation would not be half to
bad. But the conflict SI teems -
primarily one of per- aalities Tr.e
fate and future of the ZOA will
not be determined in Israel but
here To one*-. ho I
to concede that organized Z. --
has reached !'-
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IMMIGRATION RECOMMENDA-
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Lssi n on [nunigratioo. 2-.-. \y
-ra!izat:-r. ,: o\
job of surveying our irr.rr.it.:
poucy and m reccrr.mer.cir..
mane naeaaorw a.- a replace me r.t
for the barbarity imposed upon our'
country by the McCarrans kaaarj
their ilk However, there seems
no likelihood that the present Con-1
gress will be in a mood to act on!
the recommendations Pat McCar '
ran. who fathered the immigration
bask Amend
His method is ep "
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do ever>th:ng in their poWJT to
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Jport a. to MlMM wg
.k, unconcernedland
the eaaU fnfhteoed in both awn
f< of Congress
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in the hands of Presidentelect
made ,he
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I recummend n
V irrar Act the (.en-,
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he included m bis first
. a recommendation
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,hat the use of the phrase "church I Protestant
nearby" was merely a deriee to j Wouldn't thafalLj
evade discriminatory practice* oth ed as a prwise banned by existing tegiala-1 lies' Wheo.|,
lion Catholic circles feel that f person wi,he/iT
such ad are merely of an inform- he can makeiBr.il
ative nature designed to guide re-1 religious facility
Ugioaa people in the choice of re-1 in the proximo '
MTU I am afraid our Catholic | should think tt^*1
friends are somewhat naive. The ice missed a^y [l
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MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
14th Street A Drexel Avenue, Miami Baadi.
suiiflav. January 25th. I::N,
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
DECEMBEt 31. I9B
Compare
TETLET TEA
its at) Uta braH
RESOURCES
Casn a-d D-e Erooi Basis'
U3. &ove-"rre-* Sec-;tiej
S'a+e: Cou"fy & Municipal Bonds
Loa-t and Discounfi
BankiiKj Houia
Furnirura and Fiifura*
Cusroenen Liability Ufttn ol CreJir
Othtf Resc.cai
TOTAL RESOURCES
$ 3,641,743.28
7,067,165.03
440,772.19
4,598,702.57
126,538.65
165,035.58
315,760.26
5,192.30
$16,360,909.16
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tkti Compare
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Capital Stock
Surplus
UncJivM Profit, a-d RottrvM
Ltrtttn of Crtdit
Urtoamotj Dtscount
Domand and Time Depoaift
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%
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200.000.00
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315,760.26
77.467.72
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terton To Highlight Patrons'
h; Women Will Spark Drive
Ion. internationally known star of stajje and screen
bnor and principal speaker at a Patrons' Division Tea
153 Combined Jewish Appeal, according to Mrs. Louis
||ts function will be held on Tuesday, January 20th
j residence of Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, 5480 North Bav
pi. Chairman of the affair will be Mrs. Jack Ablin,
Joseph Cherner
Phillips.
he first of five
in her division,
[(I "The Greater
is deeply con-
te of the home-
ablems and the
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fcxtend their hand
distressed Jews
Middle East who
cal care and re-
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Women's Division
Significant con-
1953 goal of $1.-
|1> emphasized by
who has ap-
flargc audiences
United States,
If of the United
comes to Miami
of successful
nances, her most
Id Acquaintance
|ss was born in
id has appeared
|lddy Long Legs
Iinister.
appeared in Pri-
or- Delight. Miss
author of a nov-
fne. and is pres-
a second novel.
Its Committee in
Mis' Tea includes
Leonard Abess,
ni Blank, Benja-
Joseph Fenias,
( harles Frucht-
Sydney Gins-
Buldberg, Louis
pcobs, Benjamin
?ton and Samuel
|Baron de Hirsch
Meyers, Clem
Ww ofWmmm
Veirfde At Ben
Ben-Gurion Branch No. 304, Far-
band, met last night at the Beth El
Center with newly-elected officers
presiding.
President is Manuel Burstein.
Others are Solomon Halperin, vice
president; Paul Milstone, treasur-
er; Mrs. Blanche Quasha. financial
secretary; Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild,
recording secretary.
Israel Shapoff, cultural chair-
man; Mrs. Bild, publicity chair-
man; and Dr. Harry Queen and
Rubin Burnstcin. hospitaler.
On the Executive Board are Dr.
Queen, A. Dorff, J. Singer, A. L.
Lorris and Mrs. Ethel Dorff.
Miss Ruth Chatterton
Myerson, Frances I. Miller? Max
Orovitz, Matilda Ratner, Sam H. j
Rost, Joseph M. Rpse, Dan B. Rus-
kin, Monte Selig. Jacob Sher, Sam
Simonhoff, Carl Weinkle, Leonard ,
Wien. Anna Wolf and Mitchell |
Wolfson.
Joseph Lewis To Speak
Before Spinoza Forum
Joseph Lewis, of New York and
Miami Beach, will be guest speak-
er, tomorrow afternoon, 3.30 p.m.,
at the Spinoza Forum on the lawn
of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, 11th Street and Ocean Court.
Lewis is an author, lecturer and
editor of the monthly. The Age Of
Reason.
A question and answer period
will follow, with Charles H. Lee
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9, 1953
ncE
fFICTITIOUS
kW
Y OIVEN that
1n to engage n
Ictltious name of
DTKI.. Ht 10040
JTIve, Town of
Flurldn. Intend
with the Clerk
>f Dade County,
kEL D. LUFT
I..AY TON
LAYTON
IK1MKK
Ints
LEGAL NOTICE
FICTITIOUS
LAW
tY OIVBN that
Ing to engage In
it it in* name of
rle Mil**. Coral
to register said
k of tin' Circuit
hlor Ma.
tY OROUDAN
?PLICATION
DEED
! Act* 1941
17644
IT OIVBN that
OEL, holder of
Tax Sale Cer-
lied on I he sec -
A.Ii. 1*29, has
, and haa made
deed to be Issu-
tlficate embrace!"
property In
jtate of Florida,
Ck 26. Pulford
Addition, I'lat
Ing and being
'Nortb Miami.
hat-- i.f Florida
n said property
Hcate was In the
bate Shall lie re-
[law, the pro|>erty
be BOM to the
. Cmrt lloune
day In the month
stitch is the 2nd
63.
of December.
SATHEKMAN.
Circuit Court,
fat)*. Florida.
B .ERRETT,
Clark
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OR THE
ELAVJr?TcHr.iUS'C,AL CIRCUIT \N
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY '
No. 153749-C
John v. DBOOAN, Plaintiff
MA 'iJJil.L.'L'' :L;A Ni Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MAKKI, Dt'fKIAN
2003 K. Main Street
Chattanooga. Tennessee.
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIKIIli
" "in of co,pmt for i.iv.,,;..
has been filed against you In the
above entitled cu.se and you art
hereby required .,, wrve n copv f
.m"riutr".,,'. '".'." 1!i" of Pomptatlnt
on llalntlffs attaincy, and fib- tl.
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
19th day of January, 1953, otherwise
a Ue.r.c I'm o.nfesso will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/mn'iAN
Dated at Miami, Florida, thin nil.
day of December. 1962
K. I!. LKATHERMAN,
<8eal> k '*" C"rt
Ry: M. C. OREBN
BERNARD S^aMeS.
Attorney for Plaintiff
SOI InKr.ih.'im Building
Miami, Florida
12/19-26 1/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v, .. NAME LAW
NOTII K 18 IIEKEBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to cngaae In
5S?L"H" u"d; h* fictitious name of
AND DRY CLRANINO. at SOW N. \V
ill r.A.V.nl"'' ,5Ita,nl- W'TMa. Intend
r .7" of TM. ""'" wl,h ,ne r'"k
Florid rru" ourt Dads) County.
gOLDIE (JRBER and-
AMOR BB^inV2** "',e Wn<"
Attorney for Owners
12/26 1/2-9-16
im x.?T,.LPV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL^yjENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
..... No 155*79
ANNA ELIZABETH
\s.
VINCENT
DUNN.
Plaintiff,
TO:
IN
NOTICE TO
THE COUNTY
CREDITORS
JUDGE'S COURT
IPPLICATION
DEED
Acts of 1941
17635
|BY OIVBN that
|K." IEL, holder of
. Tax Sale ,V, -
I the 7th day
,- filed aatne In
liada application
issued thereon.
races the follow-
In the County
|c to-wit:
ck n, Pulford
Addti.. Section
r>ut li. Range 42
ge 1>I3. in the
iii. County of
,la.
8a Id property
>te was In the
thur.
He shall he re-
the property-
be sold to the
Court House
n.iv in the month
irhich Is the 2nd
ly of December,
:athkrman,
Circuit Court,
nty. Florida.
sterrett,
Clerk
,N_ANP. FO* OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
. _____NO. 29249
In Re: B8TATE OF
ADOLPH A BNOEL. Deceased
To An Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said KM:.I.
You, and each of you, are hereby
not If led and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ADOLPH A. EXCEL, de-
ceased 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
first publication hereof. Said claims
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
BIM will be barred.
Date December IS, A.D. 1932.
MI.I.IAN rJM
As Administratrix Cum
Testamento Annexo of the
Batata of
ADOLPH A. ENOEL.
I..... ,' d.
OBOROE .1 TAI.IANOF'F. ESQ.
Attorney for Administratrix
12 It-M 1/2-9
JOHN DUNN,
ssaasa Defendant.
SWIT FOR DIVORCE
VINCENT John DUNN
..0 Rt'tnsen Avenue
New Brunswick. New Jersey
You. VINCENT JOHN DUNN, are
hereby notified that a Hilt of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. Itnd you sre required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff.. Attornev, JOSEPH COLD-
EN, 823 Scybold Bldg., Miami. PFor-
Ida. and file the original Answer or
Heading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
30th day of January, 19U3. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken aicainst you for the relief de-
manded In the Bin of Complaint.
Thiif notice shall lie published once
each we.-K for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PDORIDIAN.
IK-INE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of December.
A.D. 1952.
E. B. LBATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
,,ad* County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Real)
By M. C. OREEN,
Deputv Clerk
JOSEPH fiOLDEN
S23 Seyhold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THRBB CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at
1761 S. W. sth Street, Miami. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALLEN R DENN
BERNARD TRACHTENBER0
LAWRENCE COLLAR!)
1/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CARIBBEAN COMMUNICATION, at
I3.-.9 N E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Pla..
Intend to register saldTmnre with th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
rot e. jones, sb.
mario r Martinez
1/9-16-S9-30
PLICATION
DEED
J Acts of 1941
S7645
BY OIVBN that
KOBL, holder of
Tax Sale Cer-
S2 and 12S2. ls-
^i-ptember, A.D.
my office, and
for a tax deed
Said certifi-
Howing described
of Dade, State
ck 26. Pulford
Addition, Plat
T'ng and being
%'nrth Miami,
te of Florida.
rerllflcate No
ar'lt of said
Hd ceit,ti-
the name of
Block u, Ful-
nd Addition,
*03. lylnf and
of North Ml-
I. State nf
In Osrtifi.
essmeni of
the said ,-er-
ln the name
>t shall be re-
in w. the prop-
HI be sold to
Court House
J>' In the montli
which Is the
A D 1953.
f of December,
CrilKHMAN.
uit Court,
. Florida.
IfTEltKETT.
leek
'ICTITIOUS
QIVBH that
fg to engage In
Ntlous name of
PJAl'. at (9 W.
IlltellJ t0 r,_.
the flerk of
Dade County.
HJ
r EINSTEIN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby oiven that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JERI'S CLEANERS AND LAI'NDKY.
at 317 23rd St.. Miami Beach. Pla..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of th Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Mol.I.lE OOLDSMITH
BETTY HASP1L
HENRY Nl SSENI1AIM
Attorne) for Applicants
1041 SV)hld Building
1/9-I8-2S-30
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. MaeCLl RE
JUANITA DeZAMORA MacCLCRE
r/o tlUiria Davidson
Naval Base, South Carolina
UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Juanita Delamora Mari'lure
You are 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 RIB of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
STEPHEN P. KKSJ4LEU, 4 S.W. 22nd
Avenue, Miami, and file the orig-
inal Answer nr Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19th day of January,
1961. If you full to do so, judgment
by default will be taken against you
for I he relief demanded in the BUI of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 16th day of December.
A.D. 19.',2.
E. II LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By m w stockini;
Deputy Clerk
12/19-26 l'2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155302
M. BLANCHE ADAMS. Plaintiff,
vs.
K. (i. SULLIVAN, el Bl, Defendants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: E. (i. SI I.LI VAN Hnd
ETTA BULUVAN, his wife,
Residence unknown
JULIA K SULLIVAN and
SULLIVAN, her husband, if she
be married.
Residence unknown
And also, all of the unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, lega-
tees, assignees, lienors, creditors
or other claimants claiming by
or through/under or against any
of t he a bove;
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 located
and situate, lying and being In
the County of Dade, State of
Florida, tn-wit:
lot 32 In Block 14 of HKiH-
LAND PARK according to the
plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book 2. Page 13. of the Public
Records of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
YOU AND EACH OP YOU are here-
by ordered and required to file your
appearance on or before the 21st .lav
of January. 1953. In the above stvled
cause now pending In the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit In and for Dade County. Florida.
In Chancery, wherein M. Blanche Ad-
ams Is plaintiff and the above named
parties, yourselves and others, are
defendants, and In default of such ap-
i.earance. a decree pro confess,, will
,e entered against you. Said cause
was Instituted for the purpose of
quieting title to the above described
property, as will inure fully appear
from the bill of complaint filed In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
This order shall be published once
each week f..r four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. Miami,
Florida.
Dated, this 19th dav of December,
19J2.
E. B. LEATIIBnMAN.
ci.rk of the circuit Court
By Wat: W. STACKINU.
Deputy Clerk
WARREN S. WEPMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
407 Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
12/21 1/2-9-16
0/
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under I.!!:1.'..., miii-|:K's MIAMI BEACH
RIVIERA, at IT.ii West Avenu. Mi
ami Beach. Dade County. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the ClrouH Court of Dade
County, Florida.
B. M. R. CORP..
.,.-.,....-. !l Florida corporation
Bl RNETT ROTH
Attorney fm B M. R. CORP. -
a Florida corporation
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1/9-19-23-3(1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
,.s
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BILL MILLERS RIVIERA, at 1750
West Avenue. Miami Beach. Dade
< ..unty, H lorida. intends to register
said name with the clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of l>ade County, Florida
it. M. R CORP.,
BURNETT Botf*1* ">r"0rt,on
Attorney for B. St. R. CORP.,
a Florida corporation
112 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
mm NAME LAW
Notice is hmrep.y oiven that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SONDRA' FASHIONS, at 122 S E
3rd Avenue. Miami, Florida. intends
tr. register said name with the Clerk
of tho Circuit Court" of Dade County,
r lorida.
MICHAEL- ROSENTHAL
.- Sole Owner
MAR.T it. PARRR
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
12/19-26 1/2-9
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 29365-B
In Re: ESTATE op
SOFIE DIENER. also known
Sofia 1 "leiier. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit,.rs and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of SOEIE DIENER. deceased
late of Miami, Dade County. Florida,
to the Hon. County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
office in the County Courthouse in
Dade CoHnty, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. Bee Uectlon 120 of
the 1933 Probate Act.
Pate .lniiu.,n r.th. A.D. 1953.
/s/ ABRAHAM DIENER
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
SOME DIENER. Deceased
MYRRM. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Eaqs.
6:,9 Reybolfl Bldg.. Miami. Pla.
Attorneys for Executor
1/9-16-2:1-1.1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF:REBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
UNION RECORD OP FLORIDA, at
1407 Pacific Building. Miami, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade County,
Florida.
EDWARD E. TIERNKY
ARTHUR L BBCKERMAN
12 19-26 1/2-9
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bujJneaa under the fictitious name of
SHOWER SHIELD CO., at 2221 S W
27th Ave.. Miami. Pla Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
r lorida.
PHILIP CANTOR, sole owner
l/9-l6-2:i-:h>
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engay.e In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI INSECTICIDE SUPPLY, at
Sir. Northeast 121st Street. Miami.
Florida. Intend t<> register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
EDOAR UOWF.N
ARTHUR L. HIESTAND
Owners
JOHN O. THOMAS
22 Olralda Ave.. Coral Oables, Pla.
Attorney for Miami Insecticide Supply
12/19-36 1/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Hi HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VERSAILLES BEAUTY BALON, ai
Versailles Hotel, 3423 Collins Avenue,
Miami Reach, intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
GERTRUDE MALA
RHE1NER A SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicant
202 Koiier Building
Miami 32, Florida
13/26 1/3-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CAN.I PLANE, at 2H>.'. West hlagler
Ct .Miami, intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM .1 KENNET
STEPHEN F KESSLBR
Attorney for Applicant
4 S. W. 22nd Ave.
12/26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKIIKHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TAMIAMI HOTEL BAR. at 201 W.
Fhigler Street. Miami. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Cqurt of Dade County,
Florida.
HERMAN SIE4IBNDORF
LOUIS SIFXJENDORF
12/2 1/3-1-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
NO. 155424
CORAL CONSTRUCT!, >N
COMPANY, a Florida Corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EI.ISHA B, SAMPSON and
SAMPSON, his wife, et al.
Defendants,
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF' THE
STATE OF FLORIDA.
TO: EI.ISHA B SAMPSON, if living,
and SAMPSON, his wife,
If living, whose last known rasl-
dence was 1 Old Essex Road,
Manchester. Mass.; RUTH W
SAMPSON. .,,,,1 if main.,I
unknown six.use. whose residence
Is 417 Smith Street. Southbrldge.
Mass: Mrs DOROTHY S.
URAVKS. and illt.AVES.
her husband, whose residence ll
10 Day Street. Westfleld, Mai
I.OUIM A SAMPSON, and if
married, his unknown tpouos,
whose residence Is P. O. Box
#2202. South Portland. Maine;
ERNEST A SAMPSON, and
SAMPSON, his wife, whose
residence is Watch Hill Road.
Westerly. Rhode Island. F:I.ISHA
M SAMPSON and SAMP-
SON, his wife, whose residence
Is 140 Bridge street. .Manchester,
Mass.: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS,
devisees, grantees, creditors, or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
EI.ISHA B. SAM I SON. not
known to lie dead or alive but
believed t.. be dead; AND AI-SO.
as to each of the above named
Defendant individuals, if the) be
deceased then all unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors or I
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against such
Defendants: AND ALSO, all oth-
er and unknown persons having
or claiming to have any right,
title or Interest In the property
which Is the subject matter Sf
this suit, said property lying and
'c'iik In Dade County, Florida,
and more particularly described
as follows:
Lot 34, of SILVER BLUFF
HARDENS, according to the
Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book 8. at page 43. of. the
public records of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida.
YOU AND EACH OP YOU are
herebv notified that a suit has been
filed In the above named court, by the
Plaintiff above natted, for the pur-
K>e of quieting* title of the Plaintiff,
and to the property involved here-
inabove described.
YOU ARE HF:RET1Y ORDERED
AND REQUIRF:d to file your appear-
ancr In said salt on or before the 27th
day of January. 19r.3, and In default
of such appearance a decree pro con-
fess/) will be entered against you and
each of you.
This order week for four <4 consecutive weeks
In the Jewish Florldian. a newspaper
4 I" Dade Count v. Florida
AND ORDERED at the
Court House la Miami, Florida, this
24th day of December. 1952.
1. B I.FLATHEHMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By W.M W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BEN ESSEN
K2I Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
12,26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnfe :n
business under the fictitious name of
R0BF:RTS. at ln.V. Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Poach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ANN STEWART INC.
SWEET A WOLF
Attorneys for Applicant
1102 Security Bldg.
12M9-26 *1 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155462
LOUIS DRUCKER, Plaintiff
\ s
CHARLOTTE DRUCKER.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO chaRI.oTTF: DRUCKER
115 Baal 169th street
Bronx T.2. New York.
YoU ARE HEUF.BY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed an,inst you In the
above entitle,! cause and you are
hereby required t" serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
the original In the office of the clerk
ner 1 of the Circuit Court on or before th
2nd day of February. 19.'.3. otherwise
n Decree Pro Confess.* will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fi.oRIDlAN
Dated at Miami. F'lorida. this 29th
dav of December. 11T.2.
E B. LKATHF1RMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By WM. W STOCK I NO,
Deputv Clerk
PA I.LOT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
904 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida.
1/2-9-16-23
published
DON FT*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAMPUS MUSIC MART, at 581S
Pon, e de I^eon Blvd.. Coral Cables 46.
Fla., Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
ROBERT STRASSBURC.
KATHRYN STRASSBURO
12/19-26 1/3-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME 1AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BOULEVARD SERVICE STATION,
at 344 Blscayne Blvd., Miami, intends
to register said name with tha Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAM ROHBINS
STEPHEN P KESSLBR
Attorney for Applicant
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12/19-26 1/2-9 .
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JANUARY 9. 1953 +Je*lsitncrldian PAGE5B he Sabbath Its Meaning For Modern Man by Dr. Abraham J. Heschel _il by Abraham J. Heschel. Published by Farrar, puna Inc., New Vorh. In cooperation with the llnltue of America. Reproduced by American Jewish j and I feature Service of the American Association icwtsh Newspapers 'n conjunotlon with the National Cservance Effort as a public service of the United of America. •THOU ART ONE" Bgorybeginning time was one, eternal. But time time eternal, would be unrelated to the world So time was divided into seven days and enterintimate relationship with the world of space. y single day, another realm of things came except on the seventh day. The Sabbath was ay. It may be compared to a king who has seven of them he gave his wealth, and the youngendowed with nobility, with the prerogative of six older sdns who were commoners found ww. %  M. ^SirJeW KM, but the noble one remained without a mate. Rabbi Shimeon ben Yohai: the work of creation was completed, the Sevpleaded: Master of the universe, all that Thou kted is in couples; to every day of the week Thou mate; only I was left alone. And God answered: nmunity of Israel will be your mate. promise was not forgotten. "When the people of tood before the mountain of Sinai, the Lord said Remember that I said to the Sabbath: The uity of Israel is your mate.' Hence: Remember |)bath day to sanctify it" (Exodus 20:8). Tbe Heard le-kadesh, to sanctify, means, in the language Talmud, to consecrate a woman, to betroth. Thus Wing of that word on Sinai was to impress upon be fact that their destiny is to be the groom of the fday, the commandment to espouse the seventh are two asp arts to the Sabbath, as there are two ; to the world. The Sabbath is meaningful to man neamngful to God. It stands in a relation to both, sign of the covenant entered into by both. What is the sign? God has sanctified the day, and man must again and again sanctify the day, illumine the day with the light of his soul. The Sabbath is holy by the grace of God, and is still in need of all the holiness which man may lend to it. The Sabbath is meaningful to God, for without it there would be no holiness in our world of time. In discussing the meaning of the verse, "and on the seventh day He finished His work," the ancient rabbis suggested that an act of creation took place on the seventh day. The world would not be complete if the six days did not culminate in the Sabbath. Geniba and the rabbis discussed this. Geniba said: This may be compared to a king who made a bridal chamber, which he plastered, painted and adorned; now what did the bridal chamber lack? A bride to enter it. Similarly, what did the universe still lack? The Sabbath. The rabbis said: Imagine a king who made a ring: What did it lack? A signet. Similarly, what did the universe lack? The Sabbath. The Sabbath is a bride, and its celebration is like a wedding. The idea of the Sabbath as a bride was retained by Israel: it is the theme of the hymn Lechah Dodi chanted in the synagogue. Even the sanctification over wine was explained with the idea that, just as the wedding ceremony is performed over a cup of wine, so Sabbath is "the bride that enters the hupah." To this day the meal on Saturday night is called "the escort of the queen." The name of the Friday evening service is kabbalat Shabbat. The term Kabbalah denotes the act of taking an obligation upon oneself. The term in this sense has the connotation of strictness and restraint. Yet kabbalah in its verbal form means also: to receive, to welcome, to greet. In the tirst meaning, it is applied to a law; in the second, to a person. The question arises, in what meaning is the word kabbalah used when applied to the word Shabbat? It has been said that in medieval literature the term kabbalat Shabbat is used exclusively in the first sense, denoting the act of taking upon oneself the obligation to rest, the moment of cessation from work. Yet it may be proved that in an even earlier period the term has been used in the sense of greeting or welcoming the Sabbath. What, then, does the phrase kabbalat Shabbat mean? The answer is, it means both; it has both a legal and a spiritual meaning; they are inseparable from one another. The distinction of the Sabbath is reflected in the twin meanings of the phrase kabbalat Shabbat which means to accept the sovereignty as well as to welcome the presence of the day. The Sabbath is a queen as well as a bride. ETERNITY UTTERS A DAY "Now Who is greater than the Sabbath which is both bride and queen and who is called delightful. A thousand times more so should the master of the house himself be busy in making the preparations, even though he may have a hundred servants." "This was the practice of Rabbi Judah ben Ilai—on the eve of the Sabbath a basin filled with hot water was brought to him, and he washed his face, hands and feet, and he wrapped himself and sat in fringed linen robes, and was like an angel of the Lord of hosts." "When Rabbi Hamnuna the Ancient used to come out from the river on a Friday afternoon (after taking his bath), be was wont to rest a little on the hank, and, raising his eyes in gladness, he would say that he sat there in order to behold the joyous sight of the heavenly angels ascending and d e s ce n d ing At each arrival of the'Sabbath, he said, man is caught op into the worM of souls. Happy is he who is aware of the mysteries of his Lord." When all work is brought to a standstill, the'candles are. lit. Just as creation began with the word, "Let there he light!" so does the ce l ebr a tion of creation begin with tbe kindling of lights. It is the woman who ushers in the joy and sets up the most exquisite symbol, light, to dominate the atmosphere of the home. And the world becomes a place of rest. An hour arrives like a guide, and raises our minds above accustomed thoughts. People assemble to welcome the wonder of the seventh day, while the Sabbath sends out its presence over the fields, into our homes, into our hearts. It is a moment of resurrection of the dormant spirit in our souls. INTUITIONS OF ETERNITY That the Sabbath and etemily arc one—or of the same essence—is an ancient idea. A legend relates that "at the time when God was giving the Torah to Israel. He said to them: My children! If you accept the Torah and observe by mitzvot, I will give you for all eternity a thing most precious that I have in my possession. —And what, asked Israel, is that precious thing which Thou wilt give us if we obey Thy Torah? —The world to come. —Show us in the world an example on the world to come. —The Sabbath is an example of the world to come." Unless one learns how to relish the taste of Sabbath while still in this world, unless one is initiated in the appreciation of eternal life, one will be unable to enjoy the taste of eternity in the world to come. Sad is the lot of him who arrives inexperienced and when led to heaven has no power to perceive the beauty of the Sabbath The story is told about a rabbi who once entered heaven in his dream. He was permitted to approach the temple in Paradise where the great sages of the Talmud, the Tannaim. were spending their eternal lives. He saw that they were just sitting around tables studying the Talmud. The disappointed rabbi wondered, "Is this all there is to Paradise?" But suddenly he heard a voice: "you are mistaken. The Tannaim are not in Paradise, i Paradjse is in the Tannaim." We usually think that the earth is our mother, that time is money and profit our mate. The seventh day is a reminder that God is our father, that time is life and the spirit our mate. In the language of the Bible the world was brought in. to being in tbe six days of creation, yet its survival deI pends upon the holiness of the seventh day. Great are the laws that govern the processes of nature. Yet without holiness there would be neither greatness nor nature. .1 REFLECTIONS: Orthors hi the United States uncomfortable over the at the religious groups in ve lost the strong position d in the Israel Cabinet neral feeling is that they er regain that position secret here that all religs in Israel are constant g in following This is t only of the extreme OrAgudas Israel, but also the and its affiliated parties same holds true even for f Rabbis of Israel are losing authority markable thing is that allarge sections of the ag er to religious ahtes. the I religious nlr—nti are toskh* hold on the population pis is because the r e is gi ou* of Orthodoxy has nothial to offer the stale in the problems of poWic f€ Between You and Me' By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) service Who will run electric power stations on the Sabbath? ... Who will run other essential services, including the army? How about essential farm work on the Sabbath? ... To these and other basic questions religious leadership in Israel has not yet found a satisfactory answer. Some religious Jews have tried to solve these problems on their own %  %  Most of them have either cosnpro pulation in Israel tend is I mill 1 with tt u hstna in which case all other retsgaaus Jews reject them Orvhay have been strictly traditional, hi which case their value to the gin ml public suffers Orthodox Jewry as such has not yet told tbe Israel Jews bow a state can be run by alone on a seven-day week Even on the issue of women serving in the Israel Army, the religious groups took no fundamental stand They do not object to women in general doing army service; they only object to service for "religious women" — for their own women They do not mind the others being "exposed" —,as they believe — to tbe moral dangers of camp life or to entering the professions and tbe work-aday world ... yisBF bebwve that national service wig "infect" the young girls, but they do not mind non-religious girls being i njected" by such menial tasks as defense, nnrsing and other services It is this distinction that is scorned in Israel, contributing to a very great extent to the decline in Orthodox influence in the country • • • DOMESTIC DEVELOPMENTS: Among 120 Jewish communities reporting their final or estimated final welfare campaign totals only four can boast that they raised more money in 1952 than in the preceding year These are Cleveland, Hartford. Harrisburg and San Diego Most others showed a drop of between 10 and 12 p ercent The total raised by these 120 communities in 1952 is $83,295,700 as against $70,404,324 in the preceding year The drop in the larger communities is especially noticeable Thus, Chicago raised approximately $1,000.000 less in 1952 than the $8,500,000 of a year ago Baltimore raised $3,100,000 as compared with $3.407.000 in 1951 Detroit did better than some of the other large communities, taking in only $300,000 less than the $4,700,000 raised in 1951 Newark was only $200. 000 behind the $2,300,000 raised I in the previous year Philadelphia raised $4,500,000 in 1952, which is about $780,000 less St. Louis, which in 1951 raised more than $2,000,000. was on record in 1952 with $1,800,000 Pittsburgh raised $1,925,000 in 1952 and only $1,775,000 in 19A2 '. Miami, which raised $1,200,000 | in 1951 reached slightly less in 1992 San Francisco raised about $85,000 less than the $1,700,000 which was contributed in 1851 Cleveland raised $4,210,000 in 1952, which is $70,080 more than the preceding year. ^



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PAGE 8 A New Measures Introduced Into Congress For Revising McCarran Immigration Act __.i i i o i A •Kiicii-a m referrinfi to the forthContinued from Page 1 A abusive in refen coming report b) the special com hower's first legislative moves may „„,„,„ i K, Prident be a gesture in the direction of "ssfo" appointed bj Pn revision of some technicalities in Tr.. '" law> the Act. It is not expected, howoperation and rec amend ever, that the restrictive and re %  ( "the act.onary theme of the law will ibe eifectivelv changed. General E1S4 .. hower Pledged durinf the camto withstand a pi paign that he would revise the act against tl •to get the bigotry out of it." A Ihro( members of the Presidents commission create.! by President • with Truman to investigation public t on muni> t ; -.,tion< opinion with regard to the Act disThe tnrec ar senfield. covered it was considered a na. irmer member of '.!•• tional disgrace. All major Jewish p erj .. H.r groups, the National Council oi rrner US 1 Churches of Christ and Catholic spoke out i the Act. \the Immigration Service made last minute preparations to implement the new law. Attorney General McGranery admitted it was full of "ambiguities and defects" and predicted serious problems would arise in administi and enforcement. Senator Lehman pointed out that 'deportation itreated in the McCarran Bill as if it were a minor penaln. to be invoked almost indi.-cnminatei>. for scon ol n as >ns for mini fenses as well as i major crimes and in soi pressi | attitu les as v 11 as ions Assails Critics Senator Pal I the new |i gislatii i last minimize the swelling ti Of criticism of the act He issui .. statement challenging Pres Truman's condemnal I the -' eas in as i nt; ii ng ra a bias -ed critics of the measure with acting under Commounist ii tion and promis I I light to protect the act with the last oun my ener.\ "Beneath the wave of racial and religious bigotry which the-. ponents of the Immigration and Naturalization Act are attempting to arouse in America, the rock of the truth is that the act d->. '..in one iota of racial or discrimination." Senator McCarran said. Re claimed that "un ler thn i time and in any way, is the factor of race, or color, or creed, or sex or nationality made the basis of any discriminator) ruling whether any person can enter the United States, or can live here or can become an American citizen He added that the sole principle which guided him in preparing the new immigration law was-"the best interests of the United States of America Commission Abused Senator McCarran was especially I MOE HELLMAN ELVIN HELLMAN Naturalize i %  Mr Rosenfield pi tatement d< The other two laughted when the accusi l Beth David Officers Assume Posts At Friday Service N %  2625 S Ra Shapii ... Ass S • Her • S Quaci surer 1 'n the Boar I Phi::: '• All \ i hi ;•: Ben Essen I. Hermai Max la< • %  Abe Ka| -. %  Morris R • nk \ Rose Sher. S. J. S A SU Swart Weinkle a: Mux Oraiil Will Head Mmeemh*** hancell,, night The "\ ,, beal 5500 North* Avenue Otbei n ,nSr, n GoWl : 'Pf I Works Harrj Miben ster \' li Phil Jacob) h Primaron 0 I S %  isriHliif Cemter Plans IHnnvr Trthe Israi l< %  going to the I \-%  ng in I %  as Mr• Iron Gables Sisters Meet To Discuss Year Book Sisl j Rest %  • FRIDAY, joint Meeting Airs Ike Administration Greater Miami chapter of i || qNmaor a joint meetJanuary 12th. 1:30 Ten ;ik B.ih Sholom The •iiinht American Vffaira and th.H.ida-sah Medical Uon \ panel discussJoo on the sub\ '1'ini-tration — What j II u Meat To The IS. has been \ MrDorothy Fink.' \ pru .m Affairs chair %  \ % %  rities ebo will discus-as the topic are Paul Helliprnminent attorney and vice. • an of Florida For Eisen-1 lack Orr, law partner of former t'nited States Senator: Pepper and an active memj unt) Democratic Party; Dr Donald Larson, head' the Government Department at ( niversit) "f Miami: and Bill imnist for the Miami N. .i h Renick. news editor of | i Station WTVJ, will lerator Dr I-arson. Kenick appear regularly rVJ'i feature, What's The program will also inon "I the Ha"ruanization. as l-r.icii musical se %  ;•• ben of local 1 up<*ll'il Aau. %  nNlall o? Install,,„,„ of ficers of the GreaSl A-rs Wl „ ,^ >— GMJCC T^iyj afternoon. 3 p m %  F.phraim Qt|| ,_ tor of t h( ( ; rfatfr CommunitN <> n t w ing Oflker As-suniin^ .,f| lff ^. Levine. prc-ident; j 1st vie,preside 1 Sayder, 2nd M W Mrs Ltade I-ttt. 3rd \- Levick Discus Yiddisher Ft Jacob Levin will fa,. er tomorrow eveniu I Yiddisher Forum rael Congregation. The well knovi lul ^| turer is ... hta way to( he will represent the( dish Culture Orgaau The Yiddish poet. an anah-i. f his ciples will be Mr „, during hitalk hefonj Junior Services The Junior '"..nrrt Israelite ( ei ti er\ S..t irdj r-iormj| to 1030 a n: accordafi Kornreiih r.cipaj ter Rcli. s,h super\is.,v junior ol)-.: ance DEPENDABLE DOVES" C HELF REL'ABLE D*V AORKERS" M EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 87 N. E. 5th Strt P„ c -, 9.wo, AL MEIDENBERG. 0*-.. SEDWICK HELLMAN BERTHA HELLMAN Announce The Opening Of HELLMAN FUNERAL CHAPELS, Inc. HELLMAN AMBULANCE SERVICE 1743 BAY ROAD. NEAR DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA -CAiajM f0 t jHost roo CAW ro • 58-0323 5-0664 NBW VORK c.TV: ,„ Grind <__ TRE 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERV.CE A|R fftlin AIR CONDITIONED Ben Lanier. F.D. Heinz Kosher Baked Beans now come uSS tW d fferent Wfl y s! In ^ greenlabeled cans and jar. they're steeped in delicious tomato sauce! In the brownlabeled can. they're drenched in tempting molasses sauce. Both kinds of Heinz Kosher Beans are bakedoven-baked till each morsel is xi mellow n "t sweet' 'Mm...ameichel!" Try some for supper or lunch today' OVE* &AKED BW % TOMATO S^ ~ r *' e JUtM Th.l*^*' IV" ktl. l*7-o"C .-* e^la'^ loMl. ic*J The Kosher awtiiM wk^. *• ^ TNI UMOM Of OtTHOOO*^ coNOaaoAnoNS o# *^* | HEINZ KOSI BAKED Bl



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PAGE 4 A 9-JenistJkridi3ir_ ^AYyANUABy Pubiiihto eve-> Friday line* l -• \y Floritfian at ISC N. E s.t; .fi2jj, Entered ;i ..cond Office of Mumi. Fl*.. unoer f A.-: < v Te Jew.j' %  %  -' X.' and the Jew.tr, WMk flraph.c Agency. Seven Arti Fiaturt S) v% ae News se-. ce, Nat gnal Edil • ASSOC.I: -n | English-Jtwidi Mewi Press Association. ___ FRED K. SHC CHET E ditor cr .d Pu Volume 2 LEO MINDLIN News Ed /Jt OFnCE and PLANT 1 %  %  *Telephones 2-1141 -" 0-V ear T O T N O AT E : FRIDAY JANUARY 9. 1953 ,_ Number 2 Tev :£$ T | During The Week .. .%* i Sp Br LEO MINDLIN READING ONLY ONE SIDE of any question la a]n nl pa I'ulily of becoming indoctrinated ifl %  ,,: laying lhat one may fall victim tn the n!5i jaws of prejudice. Thus, it is fitting for all intelligent huM^S to make themselves acquainted with the prevalent voices,,/ 4 ,|lj |.,n they violently oppose each other on individ? I have just l>ecome •rounded" in my thinking, and for it!*! most grateful to the New Year's Day issue of the National rj published in New York City Previously, I had merely rWlj the American press, the English-Jewish press (jta deluded tZS such exotic if hlinded journals like Britain's London TirJtiSr Chester Guardian As an ordinary citizen with a limited rarWi receiver, 1 have had access to no other news commentatorsT,] domestic variety whose copy and cant carry the unmistakbl* (it acceptable US attitudes. Now, all of this is changed. A new and exciting s jn> ^ world issues has just been opened for me. The chain, of biasbr I have heen enslaved through the unfortunate employment of source of information are fallen away. Do not become deluddu fact that the National Guardian is an American publication because it is printed in New York City and because its editors to be fellow citizens The National Guardian is atypical prtcialj' it represents no opinion that can be found to exist here within the boundaries of the United States, and t this reason that the Guardian assumes the role of a blemish her a leader of the intellectually infirm CJA's Kick Off Greater Miami's Combined Jewish A:. rif' formally launches its 1953 campaign or. Sunday, when local leaders will meet al ar. Initial Gifts Dinner in the Saxony Hotel. It is particularly fitting that CIA officials have invited Senator Wayne Morse c: Oregon, cs guest speaker. The Senctor s recent political history proves him to be a thoroughly independent soul who placed Pr.r.c:pa! 'rove Party during the hec: attending November s election. He will appear before the M:~rr.. cemmun•fifty to discuss the aims ol the mnua] irive He will tell of the concentration into one channel of different streams of interest in Jewish welfare here. He will characterize this ponce tion as a mercv campaign foi grift dollars What Senator Morse will say on Sui is the focus of a joint effort to Bpeed the safety v^""" o: Israel's statehood and c: the homeless lev ^ still seeking entrance there. This ••• .. be :.: mere jargon endlessly repeated ::: the put jjrV pose of arousing interest. Las: month 9 official enactment of America's now Immigration I:'.'-'; directly affects Indigent World Jewry The 1S53 CJA campaign thus carries zdded responsibilities. As oorts of entrance for I unwanted — the twisted remains :: Hitlei ?*/**" war. the poverty-stricken outcasts :: Moslem *' &*** %  lands — close one by one. Israel s significance looms ever larger. We are certain that Senator Morse = will be heightened by the urgency c: .-..= tone It is said of him that he has endanger-.; : ;:.. liant political ccreer because of his insistei upon adhering to the principle c: free expresOlir 4 Olllllllllial 4 .ill s:on unhampered by party doctrine Appearing jointly with Senator Morse • %  ~ Ml open be George Jessel. Mr. Jesse! needs :: intrc bounty door-to-doo* :. an Sunday No duction to a world audience ll— has uwtr — M --%  .-..,. ; u„. %  : UUUiWUte --; ••---rrrorc to pass up the opheard him on staqe. screen TV and radio If ~*. _-4 r he is not equally well known for his philan P 0 *""^ 0 e to this worth. thropic work, it is because Mr. Jesse, conceives raising effort of this facet of his activity as a ailenl repsonsiPrim:::..y the Chest represents a joint athm^onr^ainm^ £$T* ""^ *% : T VT** '"" "" Recently returned from a tour through Israel ^ ^ ,J" ^ """* ta ** ,hese heated"! T^^ t^ !" !" $ '" !" *' DST "' 4 CUm with top Jewish officials. Mr. Jesse wi recoup Y ~ ^ V lue f aem ^racy. It seems ? or t ?e o^Il !" L ** "'*" W ,h th ~ elelTOnts "*** his experiences there. Two more Sung J2 to *• Fh campaian is a funda^on^^^^^^StL^^fl sons than he and Senator Morse could nol eve "-^ -ample cf democrat action. Its sup basis ol preso^rev^^u ^EtZfZM ul u fUnd dnVe communal way of life. I *? f Sl S '" !" ~* Beneath them is .„ impos.n, photop. Under their impetus, the campaicr. wUl A s im. -,r-' %  I ,h 7, ',', ". elec,r,c cha,r ,n addition, there is a story m move forward here successfully. AS "" ls cur a ^ to the area's indi-i V, d r '" "'P l s ttom >* dentist, has appe^ed t* genl who receive spmtual and hnancial as7h, ,, T' n nK K Kauf "'n for judicial clemency Few can ,nce "ogh the Chest. No social or re m i ? s an ,m P rt t %  *' as a nice man (I heard U. ter : oi the c;;y is v iooked > ^ s r earner s purpose. JOB NUMBER 1. THE PUBLICATION'S NEW YEAR'S DAY ISSUE, for Q. I the exritinc -!'>r> that Haya Toullak Kamarec came* wa) from Iran to attend the World Congress Of The Copies F W I held in Vienna la-t Doeember 12th through 19th Where else Ij become acquainted with this importan* morsel rf; n Apparently, Mr Kamarec was but one of ,, gates representing 72 nations at the Congress and ranging, "3 itant Communists to nuht wing clerical pacifist^ This is interetinu p hn u wo l o gy, The National (.nardian taj liberalism that is virtually foreign to me It M* eshinfi to see Communists characterized as militant and H| istoundimj t" fall upin the somewhat unusual admissal clericals can be pacifists When the week'work ntl writethe delegates stood about in a kaleidoscope : appearance and dress and chanted in man\ languages La i'.,i\ Ifir Prieden Most important was the fact that bool rnments ol the United States and the Soviet Union cameij h criticism, but s wonderful unanimity prevailed Notaai] markabk ought he made of this. x r,h K lelegatios of 19 persons was heard from m % % % %  • %  K-mi' VengSon who recounted th. horroncfi in her country The Coagma gave her a 10-minute -landing onf Dade T'' l,,y a PP* ars on countless shoulders. 11 m no mention of Mr KamarecIranian cm. week helped in the defeat of a United Nauoas ssfl etween Israel and the Arab League I waalso mow '] %  v leme Kung Yeng-Son-s failure to commeaJI tor hetok support of North Korea in a hi upon that country when its troops marched south elves A I righting Preside** President Truman's last days in the White House are not being spent in rraditionc' i ence; nor are they being spent in the equallv traditional hectic twilight of a private campaign to insure his political future. True to the character of his seven years as President Mr. Truman is still fightina and will apparently continue to do so until January 20th' when Dwight Eisenhower moves into office' He is currently in the process of sorting out the findings of his Inquiry Commission that has been investigating the McCarran Immigration Act since its passage over his veto. Th e o ^ penin0 sessi n of Congress, for the year 1953, was attended by the introduction of a number of bills calling for the repeal or the rewriting of the infamous act. CurrVm recor,s indicate that few. if any. of these bilf,i wK HM BU Pident Truman is fighting anqry and despite the waning days of his oHiciai^owef he has not g.ven up the struggle agairS ,h e bigotry. susp,cion and ill.w.ll which the „ a Uons new immigration law embodies H Hm. defeats the President, and it most TiLl u we can at least hope that Mr F£1? 7 '' the assumption of KXT^SSS'lS former chiefs battle. continue his During the Presidential campaign Mr B. .• -M imixinani as well as a nice man il heard tan ing 'in the hydrogen isotope in 1941. and can void I It is esser.t.ai for us to support the Chest's u.th'hTf.'ii P r n,a,ns %  le, from Julius Rosenberg where kej* N;etrc :^ >litan cai ^ nest s | w '' h !" '?"owmen in rtriving for peace on earth and brotherhood l i nn''!r','.''' n .,u h 'rha nukaChnstmas season." Beneath is. S ••erned Kv lui "-""" v nnsimas season. weneamo-1 .er h l l!l -nberg to her sons. Robby and Michael. 1st I '7"; 1 "wnt prison visit. "I knew, in short, that m> l Jan ctn^n ak '? K h '' wntes Nowhere, but in the National CTh. „o I,' a more P*erful defense of the couples innocflM emolSnW T ^ M,l> a Jew,sh J ud du "" thf ,ruls ""^ %  >'-nt o an.isemitism as an instrument of CommunistWnda pale before the Guardians atomic revelations. hope^rr''' 1 "' 1 ? J a,ure ,he ^rdi.n expresses the world': m'an! Z '""^ **** Stsli.-. recent offer "t. >lr. Menahln Ami iionds co-rt a, tha, ime for the ^BTS^ Mr Me-iuhin h.c hm l F remi r Stalin's recent offer to coofi behind him s"r £ 7V musical *• Sbih. HSS^ ^^^ to end ,h Kore n War "T concerto £\b ?* ard Elc,ai dedicated <• bw v th r" f ,n,,,ca,e5 General Eisenhower wacaugtt en y^rs old He 1 ^J ? hen he was no" yt Ih SlStlM ^ n y be ^ !" PpinR "* Vu beW hi i. u eC rded ,0r ,he w 'ld market, !" le fcSwS^.T*^ (Ar,nuic for *—* SuU> ^ oetore he was in his teens. He is a oa^n.. and tha xZ he l n,,eu Stat •"< Soviet Russia is not mer of Roumanias national composer rL PPl1 being wise?JSS' J wor,d ^tention merely lie in the erf' EneSCa ^ Ge r< 3 es mate aco U l ^"^ ^ lSSR Th,s h ^K *<** ,0 k "L\ But Mr. Menuhm has also had h ^^^"' "" ^ **""*' ^^ "citing Irving on the ffla ,hare ^l __— During World War H h. ', ^ EuT0 P e \a.-kV%  ^ 'he front lines an?cLS^^J^ 5 WSf 7*"** f flllf BOV^Olt parcels to Israel has been as"' by the Libyan Covernment. %  reported here from Triseat 3 portal and telegraph ic f 0 !" "^,! C7T' ''^%  Po ,i HS?*5AftA! ... ow MrMenuhin will !" His knowledge of the ml 7^1 in MlQ ^'Perform is personal and 1-' Wh Ch he -" --r.^m^ of the Jews h.i.-. .V mon P 0 41 Md telegrapmc -tbe present^ tiooa between Libya and lsrari normal I expected to be suspended siwi ,Ve ^P 1 *ithin fortplace reessrtty



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9, 1953 ncE fFICTITIOUS kW Y OIVEN that 1n to engage n Ictltious name of DTKI.. Ht 10040 JTIve, Town of Flurldn. Intend with the Clerk >f Dade County, kEL D. LUFT I..AY TON LAYTON IK1MKK Ints LEGAL NOTICE FICTITIOUS LAW tY OIVBN that Ing to engage In it it in* name of rle Mil**. Coral to register said k of tin' Circuit hlor Ma. tY OROUDAN % PLICATION DEED Act* 1941 17644 IT OIVBN that OEL, holder of Tax Sale Cerlied on I he sec A.Ii. 1*29, has and haa made deed to be Issutlficate embrace!" property In jtate of Florida, Ck 26. Pulford Addition, I'lat Ing and being 'Nortb Miami. hat-i.f Florida n said property Hcate was In the bate Shall lie re[law, the pro|>erty be BOM to the %  Cmrt lloune day In the month stitch is the 2nd 63. of December. SATHEKMAN. Circuit Court, fat)*. Florida. B .ERRETT, Clark IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OR THE EL A V Jr? T c H r.i U S' C,AL CIRCUIT \N AND FOR OAOE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 153749-C JOHN v. DBOOAN, Plaintiff MA 'iJJil.L.'L'' : L ; A N i Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MAKKI, Dt'fKIAN 2003 K. Main Street Chattanooga. Tennessee. YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIKIIli %  "in of co,„pm„t for i.iv.,,;.. has been filed against you In the above entitled cu.se and you art hereby required .,, wrve n copv „f .m" r iutr„". ,'. '".'."•• 1!i of Pomptatlnt on llalntlffs attaincy, and fibtl„. original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of January, 1953, otherwise a Ue.r.c I'm o.nfesso will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI/mn'iAN Dated at Miami, Florida, thin nil. day of December. 1962 K. I!. LKATHERMAN, <8eal> k %  *"•• C"rt Ry: M. C. OREBN BERNARD S^AMES. Attorney for Plaintiff SOI InKr.ih.'im Building Miami, Florida 12/19-26 — 1/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v, „.. NAME LAW NOTII K 18 IIEKEBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to cngaae In 5S?L"£ H u d ; h* fictitious name of AND DRY CLRANINO. at SOW N. \V ill r. A V nl "'' ,5 Ita,nl W'TMa. Intend r .7" of T M •""'"• wl,h ,ne r '"k Florid rru ourt Dads) County. gOLDIE (JRBER andAMOR BB^inV 2 ** "'• ,e Wn <" Attorney for Owners 12/26 — 1/2-9-16 IM x.? T, £.LP V PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL ^yjENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. ..... No 155*79 ANNA ELIZABETH \s. VINCENT DUNN. Plaintiff, TO: IN NOTICE TO THE COUNTY CREDITORS JUDGE'S COURT IPPLICATION DEED Acts of 1941 17635 |BY OIVBN that |K." IEL, holder of Tax Sale ,V, • I the 7th day ,filed aatne In liada application issued thereon. races the followIn the County |c %  %  to-wit: ck n, Pulford Addti.. Section r>ut li. Range 42 ge 1>I3. in the III. County of ,la. 8a Id property >te was In the thur. He shall he rethe propertybe sold to the Court House n.iv in the month irhich Is the 2nd ly of December, :ATHKRMAN, Circuit Court, nty. Florida. STERRETT, Clerk ,N AN P. FO OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. N O. 29249 • In Re: B8TATE OF ADOLPH A BNOEL. Deceased To An Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said KM:.I. You, and each of you, are hereby not If led and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of ADOLPH A. EXCEL, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their office in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims t shall be rein w. the propHI be sold to Court House J>' In the montli which Is the A D 1953. f of December, CrilKHMAN. uit Court, Florida. IfTEltKETT. leek 'ICTITIOUS QIVBH that fg to engage In Ntlous name of PJAl'. at (9 W. IlltellJ t 0 r ,_. the flerk of Dade County. HJ r EINSTEIN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JERI'S CLEANERS AND LAI'NDKY. at 317 23rd St.. Miami Beach. Pla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of th Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Mol.I.lE OOLDSMITH BETTY HASP1L HENRY Nl SSENI1AIM Attorne) for Applicants 1041 SV)hld Building 1/9-I8-2S-30 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. MaeCLl RE JUANITA DeZAMORA MacCLCRE r/o tlUiria Davidson Naval Base, South Carolina •UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Juanita Delamora Mari'lure You are 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 RIB of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN P. KKSJ4LEU, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, and file the original Answer nr Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of January, 1961. If you full to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for I he relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI/IRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 16th day of December. A.D. 19.',2. E. II LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M w STOCKINI; Deputy Clerk 12/19-26 — l'2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155302 M. BLANCHE ADAMS. Plaintiff, vs. K. (i. SULLIVAN, el B l, Defendants. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: E. (i. SI I.LI VAN H nd ETTA BULUVAN, his wife, Residence unknown JULIA K SULLIVAN and SULLIVAN, her husband, if she be married. Residence unknown And also, all of the unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, legatees, assignees, lienors, creditors or other claimants claiming by or through/under or against any of t he a bove; 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 located and situate, lying and being In the County of Dade, State of Florida, tn-wit: lot 32 In Block 14 of HKiHLAND PARK according to the plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 2. Page 13. of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOU AND EACH OP YOU are hereby ordered and required to file your appearance on or before the 21st .lav of January. 1953. In the above stvled cause now pending In the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dade County. Florida. In Chancery, wherein M. Blanche Adams Is plaintiff and the above named parties, yourselves and others, are defendants, and In default of such api .earance. a decree pro confess,, will ,e entered against you. Said cause was Instituted for the purpose of quieting title to the above described property, as will inure fully appear from the bill of complaint filed In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. This order shall be published once each week f..r four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. Miami, Florida. Dated, this 19th dav of December, 19J2. E. B. LEATIIBnMAN. ci.rk of the circuit Court By Wat: W. STACKINU. Deputy Clerk WARREN S. WEPMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 407 Blscayne Building Miami. Florida 12/21 — 1/2-9-16 • 0/ PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under < he fictitious name %  •' I.!!: 1 .'..., MIII | :K' S MIAMI BEACH RIVIERA, at IT.ii West Avenu. Mi ami Beach. Dade County. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the ClrouH Court of Dade County, Florida. B. M. R. CORP.. .,.-.,....-. !l Florida corporation Bl RNETT ROTH Attorney fm B M. R. CORP. a Florida corporation 412 Congress Building Miami. Florida 1/9-19-23-3(1 LEGAL NOTICE IN ,.s NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BILL MILLERS RIVIERA, at 1750 West Avenue. Miami Beach. Dade < ..unty, H lorida. intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of l>ade County, Florida it. M. R CORP., BURNETT Botf* 1 >r 0r t,on Attorney for B. St. R. CORP., a Florida corporation 112 Congress Building Miami. Florida 1/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS mm NAME LAW NOTICE IS HMREP.Y OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SONDRA' FASHIONS, at 122 S E 3rd Avenue. Miami, Florida. intends tr. register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court" of Dade County, r lorida. MICHAELROSENTHAL — .—Sole Owner MAR.T it. PARRR Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 12/19-26 — 1/2-9 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 29365-B In Re: ESTATE op SOFIE DIENER. also known Sofia 1 "leiier. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit,.rs and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of SOEIE DIENER. deceased late of Miami, Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their office in the County Courthouse in Dade CoHnty, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Bee Uectlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Pate .lniiu.,n r.th. A.D. 1953. /s/ ABRAHAM DIENER As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of SOME DIENER. Deceased MYRRM. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Eaqs. 6:,9 Reybolfl Bldg.. Miami. Pla. Attorneys for Executor 1/9-16-2:1-1.1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:REBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of UNION RECORD OP FLORIDA, at 1407 Pacific Building. Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida. EDWARD E. TIERNKY ARTHUR L BBCKERMAN 12 19-26 — 1/2-9 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bujJneaa under the fictitious name of SHOWER SHIELD CO., at 2221 S W 27th Ave.. Miami. Pla Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, r lorida. PHILIP CANTOR, sole owner l/9-l6-2:i-:h> NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engay.e In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI INSECTICIDE SUPPLY, at Sir. Northeast 121st Street. Miami. Florida. Intend t<> register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDOAR UOWF.N ARTHUR L. HIESTAND Owners JOHN O. THOMAS 22 Olralda Ave.. Coral Oables, Pla. Attorney for Miami Insecticide Supply 12/19-36 — 1/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Hi HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VERSAILLES BEAUTY BALON, ai Versailles Hotel, 3423 Collins Avenue, Miami Reach, intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GERTRUDE MALA RHE1NER A SPIELER Attorneys for Applicant 202 Koiier Building Miami 32, Florida 13/26 — 1/3-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CAN.I PLANE, at 2H>.'. West hlagler Ct .Miami, intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM .1 KENNET STEPHEN F KESSLBR Attorney for Applicant 4 S. W. 22nd Ave. 12/26 — 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKIIKHY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TAMIAMI HOTEL BAR. at 201 W. Fhigler Street. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cqurt of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN SIE4IBNDORF LOUIS SIFXJENDORF 12/2 — 1/3-1-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 155424 CORAL CONSTRUCT!, >N COMPANY, a Florida Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. EI.ISHA B, SAMPSON and SAMPSON, his wife, et al. Defendants, NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF' THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: EI.ISHA B SAMPSON, if living, and SAMPSON, his wife, If living, whose last known rasldence was 1 Old Essex Road, Manchester. Mass.; RUTH W SAMPSON. .,,,,1 if main.,I unknown six.use. whose residence Is 417 Smith Street. Southbrldge. Mass: Mrs DOROTHY S. URAVKS. and illt.AVES. her husband, whose residence ll 10 Day Street. Westfleld, Mai I.OUIM A SAMPSON, and if married, his unknown tpouos, whose residence Is P. O. Box #2202. South Portland. Maine; ERNEST A SAMPSON, and SAMPSON, his wife, whose residence is Watch Hill Road. Westerly. Rhode Island. F:I.ISHA M SAMPSON and SAMPSON, his wife, whose residence Is 140 Bridge street. .Manchester, Mass.: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, grantees, creditors, or other parties claiming by, through, under or against EI.ISHA B. SAM I SON. not known to lie dead or alive but believed t.. be dead; AND AI-SO. as to each of the above named Defendant individuals, if the) be deceased then all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or I other parties claiming by, through, under or against such Defendants: AND ALSO, all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest In the property which Is the subject matter Sf this suit, said property lying and 'C'IIK In Dade County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows: Lot 34, of SILVER BLUFF HARDENS, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 8. at page 43. of. the public records of Dade County. Florida. YOU AND EACH OP YOU are herebv notified that a suit has been filed In the above named court, by the Plaintiff above natted, for the purK >e of quieting* title of the Plaintiff, and to the property involved hereinabove described. YOU ARE HF:RET1Y ORDERED AND REQUIRF:D to file your appearancr In said salt on or before the 27th day of January. 19r.3, and In default of such appearance a decree pro confess/) will be entered against you and each of YOU. This order ^ IE ME End Y. MIAMI 1. FLA.



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NUARY 9. 1953 Milton Gevtrfi iGevertz Wed El Rites Mis Honig was wed to ertz on December 21st, [Congregation. was given in marriage knts. Mr. and Mrs. Leon |530 SW 16th Street. mor was Miss Arlinc Maurine Hyman was Cousin of the bride. |u Gevertx, was flower chrager acted as best l's brother. Leonard GeIring bearer. Alan J. lusher, is the son of Mr. and GevertZ, Miami Beach. an followed at Beth El [t'ldin^ For n. Ark in • frwfcf r UrMinn PAGE 7 A Kurman, Gitlin Wed In Home Ceremony In a home ceremony for immed| iate family only, Miss Lois Sylvia j Kurman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kurman. 2105 SW 12th Street. became the bride of Dennis Allen Gitlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gitlin, 2274 SW 31st Avenue, on Tuesday evening, December ."0th. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. Miss Marilyn Kurman, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Mrs. William T. Cohen, also I ho bri de's sister, was matron of h >nor. Best man was Albert Kahn. The bride selected an ice blue gown for the occasion and wore white accessories. Graduated from Miami Senior High School, she now attends the University of Miami, where she is a member of Alpha Rpsilon Pi Sorority. Mr. Gitlin was also graduated from Miami Senior High School, attended the University of Florida and is now at the University of Miami. He is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. The couple plan to make their home in Miami. IS toil Halatrin %  •meat of their daughl>a, to Private Don Arnounced on Saturday at id dinner party in the tel by Mr. and Mrs. lalperin, of New York [•ach. select is spending the ion with her parents a former student of sity of Miami. Her fiItioned at Fort Bragg.! line We plan a Julv wedding k City. erin is president of Parj Jstries. He is also presiCarlton City Club in (and a member of the Country Club there. — Ardmore Mrs. Dtnnit Gitlin Gables B'nai B'rith Women Hold Tea The B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will have their Annual Membership Tea at the Colony Restaurant on Tuesday afternoon, 12:30 p.m. Admittance is a fully paid-up membership card. A contest for the most original hat will be held, with an hour show following. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Al Lozoff. Show At w January 14 es Fashion Show will I at the Westview Counring next Wednesday's "heme of the show will %  ck Attire. Nose attending are the parold Rand, Sam Hei *ill entertain a party Weintraub and LeonWomen Leaders Cited At Luncheon Forty nine leaders in the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal were honored at a luncheon sponsored by Mrs. Louis Glasser, prominent civic worker here. The affair was held at the Sans Souci Hotel yesterday and featured presentation of medallions by Mrs. Glasser to the group of chairmen instrumental in carrying the Women's Division past their goal during last year's fund drive. Receiving special awards were the Mesdames Jack Ahlin, Sam Friedland. Max Orovitz. Leo Chaikin, Hyman S. Kaplan. Bess Nelson, Carl Susskind. Aaron Farr. Max Dreyer. Ben Zion Ginsburg Alexander Robbins. Sol Leslie. Murray Grossman, Leon Kaplan. Harry Magid, Henry Seitlin, David Catsman. The Mesdames Harold Rand, Irving I^hrman, Benjamin Appel, Leonard Barr, Jennie Grossinger. Louis J. Krensky. Irwin Weinstein. Emanuel Karger. Morris Kogen. Max Weitz. Leonard Abess, Louis Altschul, William Capland, Joseph Cherner, Benjamin Meyers. Stanley C. Myers, David Phillips. Charles Ratner. Monte Selig, Jacob Sber, Sam Simonhoff. Milton Sir kin, Carl Weinkle, Bernard Sterling, Harold Spact, Frances Miller, Sylvia Chert kof, David Bass, Ruth Gross and Polly Gersbon. Meeting to formulate final plans for the Greater Miami Chapter Dinner Dance to be held at the Latin Quarter on January 18th, are Mrs. Aaron Covrshon and her committee. StandLnq, left to riaht: The Mesdames Sydney Kupferberg, Stephen S. Wise Group; Harold Melnick, Henrietta Szold Grouo; Max Glickstein. Shaloma Group; W. I. Feuer, Hanna Senesch; David Levinson, Deborah; Mrs. Max Meyerhoff, Mount Scopus. Seated, left to right, are the Mesdames Louis Heiman, Chapter Editor of the A ngels of Mercy Program; Ben Giller. Dance cochairman; Mrs. Aaron Courshon, Chapter HMO coordinator; Bernard Silverman, chairman of Angels of Mercy Dance Program; Irving Westin, Chapter vice president and fund raising chairman. Personally Speaking While visiting at the home ofi Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Burnstein, of 1965 Bav Drive, celebrated their 1648 SW 7th Street, Miami. Mr. I 41st wedding anniversary at a Dinand Mrs. S. If. Kalins were guests I ner Party given for them by their of honor during a party celebrating their golden wedding anniversary. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eisenman. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brande and Mr. and Mrs. B. Wasserman. • %  b -tr ii Alfred S. Karlsen. of Holland, is flying here to spend a brief vacation with his sister and brotherin-law. Mr. and Mrs. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur David Kalish. of 807 NW 68th Street. Miami, announces the birth of their son, Jacob Howard, on December 9th, at Mount Sinai Hospital. The Briss took place on December 16th. with Reverend Abraham Seif officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schoen. of Brooklyn. New York, are visiting their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon. 4740 Alton Road, Miami Beach. The Schoens were married on December 28th, in TorOnto, Canada. Mrs. Schoen is the | former Mignon Hochberg. %  ft


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%  %JANUARY 9.1953 +Jmlsl> fhwAUatrj PAGE 5 A Plans For Of Synagogue >ns were extended this attend an Open House p.m.. at the home of Mr. lamuel Landau. 7800 ColMiami Beach. ,n of the meeting will be the creation of a Tradinagogue in the area. will be given honorary icmbership. committee are Morris .rry Kaplan, Jacob Karicl Landau, Louis Lang,ch Reiner, Israel Richob Sapirstein, Emerich H. Weiss. CSA Trade* IHrisions Schedule Meeting** To Map Participation t lue Marathon : eature fha Raye alont Committee for the rrebral Palsy Association er Miami, this week an-1 through Chairman Sid | that Miss Martha Raye, [stage, screen, radio and has endorsed its Tele|14 hour marathon televisscheduled for Miami on [24th and 25th. Eaye stated that she "will! than happy to appear on and to support the pro-' lt\(iy way possible." Den-; television personality, l\e in Miami on January ad as master of cereSam Heiman. general chairman of the Trades Division of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal, has announced that a series of organizational meetings have been launched by unit chairmen in behalf of the annual campaign. The Printing and Stationery Unit, direc\ed by Paul Barnett and Sidney Goldstein, conferred at a luncheon on Wednesday. Aaron Kanner, administrative coordinator to Campaign Chairman Howard Kane, met yesterday with Sam Heiman and Judge Harold Spaet at a luncheon to plan the Attorneys' Unit gift function. A host of prominent Greater Miami attorneys are volunteering to serve on this committee, recalling the outstanding function held under their sponsorship last year which featured Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas as guest speaker. served in a similar caluring the recent New York thai raised more than [or the United Cerebral Igsociation. lexpected that more than will l>o raised in Greater hrougfa this fund raising Franklin said. The needs illnic, located at 1612 SW ct. have increased tremen|in the past year. 150 children and adults being serviced by the (rrebral Palsy Association! Members of the Paints, Chemicals and Hardware Unit will meet for luncheon next Monday at the Roscdale Restaurant to organize representatives in these industries, while a meeting of the Retail Stores Unit is scheduled for Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., at a reception in the home of Aaron Kravitz. 2336 SW 4th Street. A luncheon at the Federation offices on Wednesday will be the scene of a meeting of the Laundry, Cleaning and Linen Service Unit. Attending will be Isidore Hcrshkowitz. of Benzol Cleaners; Sam Goldstein. Sanitary Linen Service Company; Sam Heiman. One Hour Valet Service; Harry Rollnick, of Pan American Launderers; Burton B. Goldstein, of Sanitary Linen Service Company; and Louis Layden, of Allapattah Cleaners. The Manufacturers and Women's Apparel Unit will meet with John Serbin at his home. 4554 Adams Avenue, on Thursday evening. January 22nd. Other trades units have similarly swung into action and will announce plans for participation shortly. Miami Beach Accountants' Unit meet at the offices of Chairman Sidney Wasserman (seated, right) to plan participation in the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown at the reception are (seated, left to right) Maurice G. Furman; Aai on Kanner. administrative coordinator; Sam Heiman, General Trades chairman; and Wasserman. Standing (left to right) are M, G. Stem. Max B. Messer, Isidore B. Simkowitz and Dr. K uit Welli3ch. Ih'.ih .IIMUPV kniv Will Show II Star Killers jockey colony this winbe one of the classiest and pprcscntativc ever to coma Florida racetrack. II include the champion Ilia Den of the last half dozen four national champions nt years, including 1952, appe leaders from various secbne of England's standout Is and winners of six Ken 1 Derbies. i past Hialeah champions are Breckons, 1992; Ken 1951; Sam Boulmetis, Logan Batcheller and Steve tied in 1949; and Ted At 1943 and 1947. \ ponal champions are Tony Vito, 1952; Charlie Burr, loe Culmone, 1950, co-holder A'illie Shoemaker and Walter of a record 383 winners rida single season; and Atkin1946 and 1944. To Grant Graduate Degrees In Talmud BALTIMORE. MD. — The Ner Israel Rabbinical College, in existence for the pant 19 years, has been given the right by the Maryland State Board of Education to grant the degrees of Master and Doctor of Talmudic Law. The curriculum of the proposed Graduate Department at the Ner Israel Rabbinical College will provide comprehensive study and research in the field of Talmudic Law. Special emphasis will be given to the Jerusalem Talmud, as well as to the responsic literature. The Maryland State Board of Education has granted the charter for this department of the College on the basis of a survey and recommendation of a special committee appointed for that purpose. A Reception and Tea at the home of Mrs. Samuel Lipton (second from left) marked the first organizational ailair of the Women's Division, 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown at the function are (left to right) the Mesdames Joseph Rose Lipton. William Feldman. RdDWR. James Albert. Leo Robinson. Sam Halperin. Coleman Olin. Carl Susskind. George Goldberg Louis Goldman. Charles Rosengarten and Carl Weinkle. The group fussed jfigLSjJS Patrons' Tea set for January 20th. at the home of Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin. 5480 North Bay Road. WILL SHARE My 2-kedrwm, woltr-frwit oft'tiwrt in Miami Bench with couple. $600 for Mason. 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lie\wifeltiJEIIiD!Pidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY jE 27—Number 2 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 9. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS EST SHIPS ARMS TO ARABS |es Israel Into Ruinous Munitions Race, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Says; Zionists Protest Move AVIV (JTA)—The Western Powers, by"supplying arms to the Ites, are "inevitably" forcing Israel into a ruinous arms race I a threat to peace, an Israel Foreign Ministry spokesman delere in reply to a British Foreign Office, statement insisting on t right to supply the Arab states and Israel with jet planes and fcmaments. Israeli spokesman, who I (,ul that the Western Powspecifically pledged to an arms race in the tridcclaration on May, 1951, ed that these powers susu deliveries to the Arab ntil the latter change their ttitude toward the Jewish arms must be supplied states in the Middle East, _. they should be provided ealistic basis that the Arab allied against Israel. He tinned whether the deIf arms to the Arabs was %  (vestment." the Western Powers deny claims to belligerency Israel, they must either ton Egypt to give up that br must "draw the logical Innfrom the situation |l tracing the history of the ampaign against the Jews lits earliest stages of discrim through plans for the le removal of Jews from to the "final solution" — murder. The study was comon the basis of evidence in *d at the Nuremberg trials lot previously published in r form. iral Telford Taylor, chief tutor at the Nuremberg war trial, in a preface to the dispels the conception that iazi mau murders of Jews >nducted in secrecy. and Iraq, it has no such pacts with Syria and Lebanon, but the latter states are reported to have received jet plahes from Britain. US Zionists Protest The American Zionist Council has sharply protested against contemplated arms shipments to Egypt and other Arabs states by the United States and the United Kingdom. In a letter to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, Louis Lipsky, Council chairman, urged that no arms be sent to Egypt until the Naguib regime has given an un derstanding that it is ready to abandon its blockade and war, enter into peace negotiations with Israel and assume the obligations envisaged in the Mutual Security Act. The Council pointed out that in recent weeks Arab hostility against Israel had mounted. It cited the Arab League"s attempt to blackmail Western Germany into repudiating its reparations agreement with Israel, the extension of the Suez blockade under General Naguib's direction and the bitter opposition of th,e "Arab representatives during the United Nations debates on the proposal calling for direct Israel-Arab negotiations. "They make no secret of their determination to bring their war against Israel ultimately to a successful conclusion, whether by bombs or by blockade," Mr. Lipsky wrote. "What guaranty is there that the Arab states, given renewed superiority in weapons, will not promptly renew their war? If our government. In conjunction with its two chief allies, has sufficient influence and authority to prevent such an outbreak, then why does it not use that influence to bring about the peace and regional cooperation which the Middle East so urgently needs?" The Council stressed that the Arab states remain opportunistically neutral as between Communism and democracy, since "in their brief but revealing Msturjr the Arab states have taken their stand in international conflict on the side of the winner only after victory became certain. Those who are moved by expediency are immobilized by uncertainty," He added that "there is no doubt as to where Israel stands." Flay Move Suggestions that the Arab States should enter into direct negotiations with Israel looking to a peace settlement in the Middle East were violently rejected last week by the political committee of the Arab League which met in Cairo, it was reported in London. In a reference to the eight-power resolution in favor of direct ArabIsrael talks which was voted by the Special Political Committee of the United Nations General Assembly but failed of passage in the plenary session of the Assembly, the Arab group's resolution expressed "condemnation of the very Idea of an invitation to the Arabs to negotiate with the Israelis." The resolution assailed states supporting the resolution in the UN, warning that their stand "would have aggravated the already complicated Palestine problem and threatened international security in the Middle East." It voiced hope that "there will be no repetition of these attempts." Earlier, for the first time, representatives of the Asian states met with the Arab bloc in Cairo in a move aimed at building a permanent, independent regional organization. A communique on the meeting said that the Palestine situation and the German-Israel reparations question had figured on the agenda. CJA's Initial Gifts Affair Set Sunday US Stays Silent On Shipment WASHINGTON (JTA — The State Department has decided there is no useful purpose in making any statement on Iscael Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett's complaint concerning shipment of arms by the Western Powers to the Arab states, according to informed sources here. The IS Government view is that the Israel complaint is cmfined to jet aircraft sold by Britain and has nothing to flo with other arms. Informed sources said they did not know of any shipment from the US of important quantities of arms to Egypt or any of the other Arab states. Israel sources here expressed fear that Egypt may succeed in obtaining a considerable quantity of arms from the United States, in addition to the jet aircraft already secured from Britain. Morse, Jessel Will Appear A leading social event dedicated to the memory of the late Jack Ablin will mark the launching of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal I Campaign here under the auspices I of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed> (•ration Ablin, who passed away early in November, was appointed CJA Campaign chairman immediately before his dea'h. Launched on a note of sober i dedication, the kick off function will be held on Sunday. January 11th, in the Saxony Hotel and will | mark a departure from the usual %  Initial Gifts affairs sponsored heretofore. Chairman Jacob Sher. in a final' meeting with the Arrangements j Committee, has announced that the I event is expected to result in a record contribution for Greater Miami philanthropy. Principal speaker at the affair will be Senator Wayne Morse, of Georgt Jssl Oregon. George Jessel. world famed entertainer, will preside as master of ceremonies. The Women's Division, headed by Mrs. Louis Glasser for the third year, will climax its work in the function by presiding as hostesses at tables in the lavishly decorated PagodaRoom, scene of the dinner affair. A record attendance of more than 450 persons is expected, according to Honorary Chairman Joseph Cherner and General Campaign Chairman Howard Kane who have worked closely with Sher. A substantial portion of the goal of $1,398,000 is expected to be raised on Sunday night, it was predicted by Carl Weinkle. president of Federation, and other Jewish leaders in the community. "We have a long-term responsibility to Israel and to Jewry m Europe and the Middle East," Kane said as he urged maximum particiContinud on P9 K> A Introduce New Measures For Revision Of McCarran Law WASHINGTON (JTA)—Two bills aimed at rewriting or repealing the new Immigration and Naturalization Law which became effective ten days ago were introduced at the opening of the new Congress. One. submitted by Representative William A. Barret. Pennsylvan.a Democrat, asks for the repeal of the law known as the McCarran Walter Act and for return to the i mmigration statutes in force before the measure was passed by the last. Congress. The other bill, introducSouthern Democrats have aled by Representative Jacob JaviU,, rea dy indicated that they will side Republican-Liberal of New York, | w ith conservative Republicans in asks the House to order the re writing of the law. No real change in the spirit of the McCarran-Walter Act was foreseen by sources close to the President's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization. These sources predicted that the Republican Administration would seek to modify some administrative technicalities so that the Act might be more effectively implemented, but that its racist features and general nature would remain unchanged. defense of the 1052 Act. Senator Willis Smith, of North Carolina, openly predicted that Congress would make no "material changes in the law because there is nothing materially wrong with it." Throughout the nation, an estimated 2,500,000 resident aliens began registering at immigration offices under terms of the Act. The Act requires that non-citizens register by January 31st, or risk deportation and imprisonment. It demands also that aliens carry special registration cards with them at all times. Organizations such as HIAS have established offices in major cities to aid aliens in filling out forms. No Basic Chant* President Truman, when he vetoed the bill, described the arbitrary powers authorized in tjie name of security. "Our resident aliens," said Truman, "would be more easily separated from their homes and families under grounds of deportation, both new and old, which would specifically be made retroactive. Admission to our citizenship would be made more difficult; expulsion from our citizenship would be made easier. Certain rights of native-born, first generation Americans would be limited." It has been predicted that one of President-Elect Dwight EisenContinued on Page A



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TANUARY 9. 1953 + knisl IkrkJfrn PAGE 3 A Only Once In A Generation A VIOLIN GENIUS LIKE YEHUDI MENUHIN There is only one Yehudi Menuhin. A violin genius like his comes only once in a generation. It is like a priceless treasure to be cherished, to be enjoyed, to be harnessed for the good of mankind. A concert by Menuhin is always a major even*. But his visit to Miami on Thursday. January 29th will be particularly significant. For on this occasion his immortal music wUl be linked to a program of historic importance. This time Menuhin will play on an evening dedicated to the State of Israel His great violin that is the symbol of man striving for artistic advancement will be raised in behalf of the cause of peace and human brotherhood by furthering the development of the new democracy of Israel. 0 YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND A memorable coacert by YEHUDI MENUHIN Thursday evening, January 29th at 8:30 p.m. Miami Beach Auditorium BUY YOUR ISRAEL BONDS TODAY AND GET FREE RESERVED SEATS For The Great Yehudi Menuhin Concert on Thursday Evening, January 29th at 8:00 YEHUDI MENUHIN CONCERT COMMITTEE 1622 Collins Avenue Phone 58-5561 p.m.



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PAG£4B Federation Sets $1,398,000 Goal For 1953 CJA Drive; Kick Off January 11th ..: ti receive recommer.A cam;.\ B8.000 loc las the 1953 Combined Jewish A in the tlnater M Weir.N Miami .lowi>h I ency which conduct: th Social S drive here Follown-.. I meeUM the Federation Board of Governors compr.'ore \h>r mmnrarirj oant ol .' %  ^a> roc, :r.:nended as the l$5o v'..; Decisions came after bearing tailed report by Sidnej Ansia chairman of the s as he described the emergent Marvin, Eleanor Goodman Picked For Youth Posts %  FRIDAY. -.Jer.t Rewn. Inl %  Sou %  i needs mounting requirements f six I cal hea;;'Howard Ka: .e it %  figure i D belu I '• %  %  oleed con! • Ma Inited .V sh \. : %  v r... t :' r N • • %  %  %  sh %  OQQ, : '• S7.0 %  • 000. Prom the nexl S87 I %  Ansm e: • receive ?7 8 percent i set as Dr I S %  %  %  %  • j %  sky llillrl AMA Sam*m \<>ic Ottirrrm tailatJon of officers featured ,h,. j : the BUM Chapter. h /.ulik Aleph. last night. md Pamei toat office as Parnei Is a junior at School and was David Sunday v italled were StBford Jacvice pmideat; Myron 1 lie Rubin. Norman Young, corresi tar) Man in Aran! ddie Finkcl.-tein. serA If rod Meltzer, ha| lain and Alwn Moss, parliairian. Parnei and David Steinberg, outn ideal, were Hiilel's delei torida Region AZA ition. when the Chapter's Sweetiieart. Doris Goldberg, was State Sweetheart. M*r\,n Goodman %  %  Miami Hebrew School Board Meets Tuesday I < !or~ of the Miami ni HI! and Congregation Tttaaday evening. th 8 pm. according to pre-ident. Citror. If Speaker i £ l of the %  %  J**' : ••. \.-..f sen to too end PHI: Ritz Plaza Dining Room 17tfc Strut ami tfcc Ocean Hftl COUtSl DIHNUS fnm s ,. f— ,„ „ f TrodM^i fri„ ^ tkmm ft ltsrn.at.Mi PI..., 5.431, • Wt CATO TO liNOUETS AM WtDO.NGS Herzl Croup Oneg Shabbat Tomorrow %  i Triton Hotel Dining R( 2729 COLLINS AVE. — MIAMI BEi _. Phone for Reservations — 5-S6S1 5 4JB ed — EruJin and L m ft ROSED ALE • KOSHER STYLE COOIING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITION! 170 N.W. 5th ST. -FREE PAREINGSal T r-E A E__ H.NOA s Cantor Yankele and Mrs. Fox OF AT LAN" C CIT\ r *% • %  eThe Fox Tel Ariv Restaurant %  COL. SS A.ES.E ., w S£iC ** m •>•••> ti • ,.. to4r *K*T nuir—n OINHU i2 ^5 • %  = ncunvAv J?lWc 0\ D. Rosner — HOTEL GOOD Dirrinl uwi STWCTlIj OBSEBTDJ ON THE OCtAN I II* ST 4 OCEAN DRIVE MAI MACM ON THl OCEANFRONT AT 43rd ST. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC TO 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone ^ 95 DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9 %  atvrim, for All Orra^omn "* B.U, M v .*d — __ ift ,th I Dinner Served 6 • 8 P.M. For HeservslioBi 54 1451 i i • i A £' -OSE=fj_NC AOOW CP£s 5 Chicken in the Basket R E S T A U R A N T Quality 33* ^ of Honey s Ww:d s Mcs: ~ s -. Pnone 84-4130 Mth Anniversary I CUSTOM TAILOR -J e Worlds Most ^hnctiTe CUentele Ph. {^812 Air Conditioned RESTAURANT] TVjJF" DELICATESSEl) Beautifully Redecorated and Enkxraed The Smart New Spot on Wtahinglon A* •a. ^liciou* TBADmONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS V* htajatti I CMTH CALL 5-2655 trwtA flW-fl '"""*" -'MCMuimwm fajaiST WO# htm TOD """"AHI at c* Air C



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IY 9, 1953 *Je*1$tiFkrknrr} PAGE 7 B HOUS DIRECTORY JEWISH CENriday evening serwith Rabbi Irtfficiating and disnd Rebirth. Saturvices are at 9 a.m., fitzvoth of Ira, son ifax Goldbach, and and Mrs. Hyman take place. Rabbi eak on the Weekbtor David Silverthe musical porfy with the Center direction of JoAn afternoon eduled for 4 p.m., Incha and Shalos Brvices are in the and 5:30 p.sa. t • (ENTER will hold services at 5:30 %  are at 8:15 p.m., ducted by children nr .' h "' 1 ':^ "*th si.. Miami Besch. Bath David — Rabbi Max Shujilro, >.nwrvatWe t 22i UW 3rd Ay.-., Miami. Bath El— Df, Khinnryahii Swirsky. OrB.'.K ,'* %  i* SW 17th Ave Miami. B, h ,Jeo'—Rabbi Mon-a MeachrMf. Orthfxlox. 301-311 Wah. Avr, MR Bath Sholom Rabbi Leon Krniilsh. Liberal. 4144 Caaae Ave., M H Bath Tfilah—Rabbi Jnaeph Rarkov%  ky, Orthodox, 35 Kuclld Ace.. Miami I leach. Coral Oablaa—llabbl Morrlt Skop, Liberal. 320 I'Hlermo Ave.. < \ Cable*. 1*.r, ,0 wn Synaganua".thodox. 135 NW 3rd Ave.. Miami. Fiagier.GranadaIf NW 51st Place. Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander proas, Orthodox. 918 6th St.. M B Hialeah. Miami Springs — Reverend I-o Helm. Kl K. 4th Ave.. Hlnl*>> Hollywood Conservative. 2030 I'ftlk St Hollywood. Israelite Center — Rabbi Abraham Saiha. Conservative, 311)8 SW 24th Ter Miami. Kneeeth Israel—Rabbi Abraham CaaML (II thodox. 1415 Kuclld Ave.. Miami T'.eieh MlamiN ROAD • MIAMI BEACH W. HEARD. Funeral Director THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi *".livi*li Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10 to 11 A.M. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various Features Produced ond Directed by MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 W TUB FiNBST iff BAVAXA % '^eviHf $iUltt te K I! 1 3 4 mwrmtuc %  % % % %  • III SIMON StlOlH §&£**-' EW, thrilling experience* await you at luxurious Sevilla Biltmore Hotel. Here you will appreciate old world charm in colorful surroundings. Right downtown. 400 rooms — modern, with bath and shower. Nightly music, entertainment In the Cuban Woods Room. Write for information -today or see your own travel agent. H >> 5 V •1 > %  ": THE FiNEST iX HAVANA*** •' wH',



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LRY a 1953 *JewHtncr*JSar led Beth id; Plan in-Tribute local communal I |ec(cd president of' 3.-th Tfilah last reelected to reosts were Solomon esident; Reverend treasurer; Rabbi cording secretary; Kramer, financial ny years active in pui-.li education in \, was the organizer [>n Sons of Israel Ime to Florida from while Reverend lormer director of Salanter in the bars a leader of the lity in Monticello, bbi Kiit/ has taken relational activities ul here, along with br northern organPT. he Board of Direcki J. L. Andron, Dr. |So!i>mon Alter, MorN H. Bornstein, kn. Israel Diamond, Erg, Elias Gurfein, kn. Joseph Kaplan. Inn. Rabbi Meyer Katz, Isidor II. end Joseph Krantz, liam Kothman, JacIhman Shcr„Morris Pavel Weiss. Beth Tfilah plans iblii Joseph Rackovpeader, for Sunday ary 22nd, when the Kll be installed. Sivuiii llatorah At Tifereth iNrnel A Siyum Hatorah in behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (iitlcn will be held by the Tifereth Israel Northside Center on Sunday, January 11th, at 8:30 p.m. A reception will precede the ceremony at the Gitlen home, 7740 NW 24th Avenue, with a cavalcade then escorting the Torah to the Center. Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, will officiate. Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portion of the liturgy. PAGE 9 A MADE Hebrew Teachers' Affair The Annual Banquet of the Hebrew Teachers" Association of Greater Miami will be held on March 15th, according to Louis Gadon, president. A meeting of the Association early last week resulted in a resolution to limit the affair to one guest speaker of international repute, Gadon said. Published below is another in a series of les be published weekly by The Jewish Floridian. T providing the fundamentals o] the language as it book, Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spec ami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will ap radio station WMBM on Sundays at 2 p.m. Ent ducted by Miss Specto* and is a feature of Jacob will provide the visual aid necessary to partici sons in modern conversational Hebrew which will he complete series constitutes a course aimed at is noiv spoken in Israel and is based on a texttor, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mipear here in conjunction with a program over itled. Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is conSchachter's Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian pate in the course. Family Names Aired At Szold Meeting Family Names And Family Trees, will be the subject discussed when the study group of Henrietta Szold Hadassah meets at the home of Mrs. Max Greenberg, 1100 14th Street. Miami Beach, on Wednesday, January 14th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. education chairman, will be in charge. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of Congregation Beth Jacob, will conduct the discussion which will concern itself with the development of present day family names. The meeting Is one of a series of study courses on the general theme, The Hebrew Impact On Western Civilization, and is part of the program of studies sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Tipping is not common in Israel. At hotels-usually only the expensive ones-employees are tipped only when leaving. In the restaurants, some managements add 10% automatically to the cost of the bill. Others leave it up to the individual. No tip, however, is expected although it will be taken if offered. Taxi drivers and porters are not tipped. r The only group that has come to expect a tip as customary is the barbers. Here, a few grush (3 cents} will be sufficient. 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PAGE 2 A "Idlf &""****" raPAY, lANT,^ Our UN Newsletter B> ARTHrR LEWIS tCovyr>ght. 1952. Jewish Telegraph* • l -.-<' INITED NATIONS — Not much esca] here in tn • tower, but a sentence written b> Ambassador Ab how overlooked. Terhaps it was not (hit SO much il IMS forgotten in the rush to wind up the seventh General Ass least the first part of it. for it is to meet again at the end The sentence was in a letter which to the chairman of the Ad Ho< • %  : Sp nouncins Isr.iols withdrawal of its Item 68. and it referred to breach.-. \ and the Palestine armistice agreement.bs Li Stal Item 67 was the one taken up here asend;! by the Arabs when everyone v..,. hoping thai a moratorium on the perennial Palestine silence a settlement might be reached tem to balance the diplomatic sc As you will remember, the Palestine issue was discjssed ex haustively, if not exhaustingly when Item 67 ea-re UO; everything that could be said about the problem was said and a lot more th*t need not have been said. Finally, all this talk came to nought a call for direct negotiations was supported by the maiority o' countries here, including the three western powers but was not adopted by the Assembly because it failed to get the necessary two-thirds majority. Enough ienough Aln -•. i made under Item 6S were made Item 67; I been exposed .:n.i There was no point ony. so Israel asked fi r lh Is item I the As .-embl> -.;. once However, in his letter making the i eminent proposes I th son Item 68 throuf • mi hi % %  %  rerlooked in I %  • Of car-., thi matters I Aral bre; United Nations resolutions which an serious litl • %  general .. ular: j S Council order to si in S Canal. Furth* more I learn thai this ma"er is a r t ;d y beirg dealt vith througn other channels D.-'.ig 'he past •: y.^,s he If. tention of the Western Powers has beer. d-av.I i fact that h Egyptian Gj.ernment is no 4 cnly maintaining its blockade bu* ei tending it. A yeai n the Seem inj -• • %  the right > in a state ol I ouncil n sis and %  %  In-t. traband ar Not the del) Scandinavian countrii i and H I^rae,: ternati nal brigai interest) Music, Arts League Jinner-lnstallation Miami Beach Music and Arti League will hold a dinner and in [ficers oi rhursdaj irj 15th 6:30 pi. at the Sea 1 toi %  %  % %  Wchter ..... Josehi m h | ai Ui %  %  rano The I by : the Phi Delta I'hi • %  .:• %  %  Mi me : sha %  • I Imi!' i \\innin Plan ArtlvUie* -. %  the I ft< %  • 12 %  %  Pioneer Floridian Dies In West Palm Beach 56. dii %  %  .. trip i ... • | : %  South Floi ORKIN THE FINEST SOAP! Cuts youi cleaning time in hall! Made from pure coconut oil. DUtr Uted br Hi-Grade Food Company KSTiS KSTC0N1M IMS • MktW MCI FUiS "MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 J -\oh IM *#> % > 'J^oiw B0 '" TAftllftUT ""o'vl?." TONIGHT MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS Av7 3SC Lincoln Road % %  Phone 5-5419 : c w Washington Ave. OCULISTS Lsr.scs and Fremw ipncatod : ^ S e:e : u= nmL3 es .' otyles .Djshw. Jh ri I. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder -The Jewish Floridian Celled to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th, 5699—JANUARY 16tfa 1939 % to. £iae 2o\eueA," WANTED SMALL ADDING MACHINES to be traded in on NEW ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINES allowance up to $80.00 TRY US AND FIND OUT AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. 223 N.E. 2nd AVE. Phone OF 1 TMOST iMi-tntiwtt m Jewish Funeral SenvA Nothing can take the place of a thorot^j knowledge of Jewish religious tradition in*, ducting a funeral service that is correct in r*!| particular. Through many years of faithful senior topi ish families, wr have gained this all-import*! experience and understanding. The rfS t*jl butty to conduct every service correct^ l with reverence, beauty and dignity. *l reservedly accept and honor as a sacred tn*| % Free Parking # Memorial Chapel* TWO CONVENIENT LOCATION* Mimmi We* Flajder & 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664 Miami Bemch .... >236 WaahinjjoB Ave.. Phone 3-7777 -*** .„„ "-HOH AMBULANCE SERVICE J T ***"• F-ml Director ABC UXSUML 1 IM Ntw voBfc 7li Street a*d A**""*** '" •KOOKLYN BRONI LOWCB -'. BSQH^HI



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IY 9, 1953 *Je*lsi>rk>rlcUan terton To Highlight Patrons' h; Women Will Spark Drive Ion. internationally known star of stajje and screen bnor and principal speaker at a Patrons' Division Tea 153 Combined Jewish Appeal, according to Mrs. Louis ||£ts function will be held on Tuesday, January 20th j residence of Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, 5480 North Bav pi. Chairman of the affair will be Mrs. Jack Ablin, Joseph Cherner Phillips. he first of five in her division, [•(I "The Greater is deeply conte of the homeablems and the )ur Women's Difcxtend their hand %  distressed Jews Middle East who cal care and re' P PAGE 9B y Women's Division Significant con1953 goal of $1.|1> emphasized by who has apflargc audiences United States, If of the United comes to Miami %  of successful nances, her most Id Acquaintance |ss was born in id has appeared |lddy Long Legs Iinister. appeared in PriorDelight. Miss author of a novfne. and is presa second novel. Its Committee in Mis' Tea includes Leonard Abess, ni Blank, BenjaJoseph Fenias, ( harles FruchtSydney GinsBuldberg, Louis pcobs, Benjamin % ton and Samuel |Baron de Hirsch Meyers, Clem Ww of Wmmm %  Veirfde At Ben ( Calendar Now Goes To 1955. All Hebrew And English Dates At A Glance! SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT MOTtLSANITARIUM MI SOT. coNVAixscemt n"'lTo*r*col < irT at -> %  ., I f^M 2?€ MJGUST BROS R V f f I, ,. n 1 v T~' I* thv Ot SI 9 ANNOUNCING the Partnership Finn oi N, BURK & CALHOUN REALTORS (Successors to M. B. Ntwwa, Realtor) Established 1919 Reel Estete Brokerage Business, including Sales, rty Management, Mortgage Financing 'and ApIN -*p. H. BURK F. A. CALHOUN >T NATIONAL BANK BLDG. Miami, Florida Telephones 9-4716 and 3-5810 The new edition of the calendar! All Hebrew and English dates from 1931 to 1955. All Jewish holidays to 1964. This public! IOI^U arranted with on* of oar advertisers to secure for our readers this latest edition of the famous 24-Year Calendar at no coat. 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JARY 9. 1953 +Jewish fk>rMk*r> Series At >lom th Sholom launched pversary Program of Education on Wedges will be given ch, 1953. and will be three periods of in classes from 7:45 to will include small sized to study one of subjects: fading For Beginners, Marder, instructor; jage I, Mrs. Michael tructor: Hebrew lan\. [snac Lipson. instrucBible And The ModIney .1. Greenberg, inpriod courses, from 9 in which the entire will participate, are feature the Big Ten rs on American Jewish Last Decade. Outest lecturers will inllowing: i. Dr. t-.manuol Gamfa 1 of L'AHC CommisSsh Kducation — The Jewish Education; JanJoseph Narot, Rabbi, pi. Miami — A Decade life In A Democratic nary 21st. Mr. Stanley rincr president of the euish Federations and mlJewish Social vnierica: January 28th. Routh. Professor of Jinn-. University oi MiJew And His Neigh[4th Cantor Samuel A Decade Of Jewish lary nth. Rabbi Mortal Gablea Jewish CenI iterary Expressions; lli lecturer to be anIbriurv 25th. The In| Israel On American II be announced; he Role Qf The Synalerica, lecturer to be idinu lecture in the al Judaism Looks given by Rabbi Leon ritual leader of Temkolom. on Wednesday, ndition to this year's |1 be the fifteen-minbetween the first and l in which the entire will join in the singh and general Jewish the direction of Canand guest leaders, [certificate of comple-sued by the Ameri of Jewish Studies. Beth Sholom is affili%  e who complete the ft study. Berman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Fannie Berman, formerly of 2315 SW 26th Street, will take place Sunday, January 11th, 12 Noon, at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park • Cemetery. Mrs. Berman is survived by her husband Joseph, a son David, and a daughter, Mrs. Rose Baliner, both of Brooklyn, New York. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Hold Model Supper At Beth David Sunday School Kindergarte.: classes of Beth David Sunday School will participate in a Model Friday Night Supper during their regular sessions on Sunday. A traditional supper will be served, with students lighting the Sabbath candles, blessing the wine and praying over individual chalahs. Guest of honor will be Harry Simons, first sponsor of the model supper. The Misses Irene Kinick and Jeane Stiebel are in,charge of the affair, with Mrs. George Horn supervising the food. OMtnrles I-AlltA TKIfH.MAN •••'. <>f 3M Meridian Avenue, tiled on Jiuiuary 2nd. In a Beach IIOHIIIIHI. .She IK Biirvlve.l l.y her huxhand, Harrv: and one sinter. Mrs. Rone Ooldlmum. KemaliiH weie Kent to New Yoi k Citv for servlieK anil Interment hy (he MliMil llem-h Hlvendde. .i"si:i'ii PIDDBLMAN hj. a winter vixltor. died here on Januar> 2nd. in a Itau-h hospital. He ia .survived by one von, Kldne\ ; three • iHUKhtera, Mr*. Juliette Mawin, Hri, Harriet l.l|ipinan and MrK. Mildred Shaw: three brother*. Charles. Irving and Morton, and three slaters, Jennie, Mri Anna BnidnOT .mil Mrs Sadie liiiiin.in Remains were sent to Ran ork City for services and Interment bj the Miami Baaoh Riverside. VKTTA Z1MMJERMAN 81. of J.14 Kuclld A\enue. died on January 3rd. A resident here for the i>ast 1* yearn, she la survived bv two K..IIS. I'r Maurice and William Kemains wenasnl to Brooklyn, New York, for sendees and Interment t the Miami liiai h ltl\eralde. ABRAHAM KI.KIN .' %  o. of :i77:: s\v path street, pa Mod iwai on January 2nd He la survived b> bis wife. Barmh; two sons, Jach anil Perry; two brothera, Max and tUdney; and Hirer ^isteis. Fannie Walowitx. Rose 1.1.1.. i in in and N'..rma S|iimii i. fctarvtces were on Bunday, .t "The Miami Riverside", with interm.-in on Mount sin.ii Cemetery. Bond Council Will Meet On Sunday I A special meeting of the Council of Organizations will be held on Sunday morning, lLa.m., at the Royal Palm Hotel, according to an announcement this week by Joe I Rose, chairman of the Greater MiI ami Committee for Bonds of IsI rael J Guest speaker will "be Judah A. Richards, member of the National Executive Committee of the Zion ist Organization of America and chairman of the Investment Committee, Palestine Economic Corporation. DANIEL KOVISTS ."-, of 9232 Hardlna Avenue, died in a Beach hdauital on Tuesday. He la survived by his wife, Matilda. Remalna were sent tn New York City for Servians and Interment | the Beach Memorial Chapel. AURA HAM I.KVINtiTON 62. of 11 j" Pennsylvania Avenue, died here. He is survived by his wife, Anna. I'emaniH were sent to New Y.ii'k t'ity for services and Interment bj the Beach Memorial Chapel. BAMIEI. IIIUSHMAN C".. of 6L' Collins Avenue, died here of a heart attack, lie is survived by his uif.-. Bophle; and two sons, in Baltimore and Pittsburgh Kemains were sent to Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania for services and Interment by the Miami Beach Riverside iy Review \r >ov'l lendored Thing, by will be reviewed by |Weinstein at Temple on Tuesday, January |.m. Tuesday Review regular book review Morris Alpert is in rangements. >ur*in£ SCIIIMII Opens List For February Class Applications fur admission to the February Class of the School of Practical Nursing at Mount Si nai hospital are now being accept ted at the school, 4300 Alton Road. Miami Beach, it was announced here this week. Registrants must be between the ages of 17 and 35T with a high school education or its equivalent. The course covers twelve months of instruction and nursing practice in the hospital in all major services under the supervision of registered professionals. The hospital provides students \ with private rooms in the nursing school, meals, laundry, uniforms and books. Tuition for the year's course is $50 00. Students who satisfactorily complete the prescribed course are granted a school certificate and are then eligible to apply for licensing by the Florida State Board of Examiners. The school has been accredited by the National Association for Practical Nurse Education. FRANK SKIM.W R, of 1925 Cain is Drive, died Saturd:i> A resident here for the past ohjhl years, lie is survived by three ions, Albert, Louis and Morris Rei were sent to Chicago, Illinois. for services ami Interment by the Beaoh Mei lal Chapel. I.' Ml.QOI.DROBEN IS, of 830 Jefferson Avenue, died Tuesday. He isun Ived bj h brol hi Jacob Miami Beach Rlversldi was in charge of arrangements, Rl I8E liltlN'iil.KK 82. of MO Meridian Avenue, died Bunday, A resident here for the paal 10 >ears, sinI* survived b) her huai-.ind. Sam. a sun. M\ slaters and three bt ithers, Including Emanuel (311beft.i of Miami l>ach Services were nt the Peach Memorial Chapel, with Interment on Mount Sinai Cemeterj e Mi-1.1.IK BANDLBR 02. of 4^:. Si.iiili Shore I>rlve. died On Saturday at her residence. I.ivnr; here for the pact eighteen years, she is survived by her husband. Abraham; two suns. his. Stanley and Milton; three brothers. Including SamOaterneck, of Miami Beach: and two slaters. Krrvlees were al tin' Miami Beach Riverside Chapel, with burial o" Qraoelajod Memorial Ceme,te I ESTHER UOOpMAN Sj. of 1307 Euclid Avenue died Saturday. Services were at the Miami B e a ch Riverside Chapel, with Interment on Mounl Nebo Cemetery. JACOB EI8HER 79. of ISM Michigan Avenue, died snurda\ A winter resident here for the pasi _'i years, he is survived bj his wife, Mamie; and three daughters and two sisters. Services were at the Miami Beach Riverside Chapel, with interment In Brookllne, Massachusetts HARRT 1'V.iiRETZKV TC, ol MS0 Alton Road, died Saturday. A resident here for the i..st si\ years, he is survived by his wife. Nora. Remains inn' sent tn New fork I'ity for services and Interment by the Beach Memoilal Chapel. Israel Night Celebrated A combined meeting and linen shower will be featured at tomorrow evening's gathering of the Miami Beach Mizrachi Women's organization. The program is scheduled to celebrate Israel Nigbt. Place of the meeting is 311 Washington Avenue. PAGE 11 A Rdsengarfen UnveiHng The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Pauline Rosengarten. formerly of 4141 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. January Hth, 3:30 p.m.. at Woodlawn Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mrs. Rosengarten is survived by two sons, Charles and Daniel; two daughters, Mrs. Rae Lefkowitz and Mrs. Janet Kaufman, all of Miami Beach; also five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. K Daum Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Adolph Daum, formerly of 3035 SW 1st Avenue, will take place Sunday. January 11th 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Daum is survived by his widow, Fannie, and two daughters, Mrs. Nathan Schwartz and Mrs. Victor Levine, all of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Flagler Center Meets; Discusses Member Drive A Membership Campaign for the Flagler-Granada Jewish Commun-j ity Center was outlined during a I meeting last night at the Center I by Samuel Kirschner, chairman. Election of a Nominating Com mittee and final reading of the rei vised by-laws were also held. FUMIGATION _. NYLON TENTS Ml NSCAYNf H.VD.PH.2-3161 POCONO HIGHLAND CAMPS BOYS GIRLS SEPAKA11 CAMPS 18th SEASON In the Beautiful Poconos of Pennsylvania, 9 miles from famed Delaware Water Gap, 90 miles from New York City or and Philadelphia. Registration quota now open for Florida and South. Enrollment definitely limited. 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PAGE 2 B i-jmitfrkrM&r FRIDAY. lANOAat, Chest Launches Final Phase Of Campaign Some 5 000 neighbor? ... Sunday. January 11th. in tr phase of the 1953 Chest Campaign for S!.0c provide services for their I men thr ugh 23 aeencieand the I The drive, beir.g earned I areas of Dadc County bj solicitors, will begin at 1 p D will carry out the theme ot bor DayMrs. F. F Ravhn. chairman of the 1953 MetropoliU announced the house;, campaign is expected to raise 1131.000 toward the 19 5 3 total Funds raised through the 1953 Community Chest ci allocated to aameroos agea eluding the Jewish Social Service Bureau, on a month]] basis serve the children, youth -aeed and dependent families of the area. Dade County's spir.:_^: • will bring home the lmportii Neighbor Day at servie.gogues and churches here during the eekend Rabbis tod pastors will inform their <. Rations of the Cor aims ar.^i its efforts 1 residents Among th se par! combined effort an Rabbis Narot i :' Temple IDnish. of Temple E Miami Windoi Merrin Heche son olhfc M : SWlfth Avenue ronducted tesTice* o* *e Tuere.. •__i v—; Cantta -.i a %  hown *nies ~ rfhi.BciM.tietxhotfceM Irfww Scbod cmr p~hV.i Congregation last Decwnbei 22nd Looking ar Ranoe April :*:and Conw ?appeared here a conce* piai i r-~e:c^ era c^i: pkryi the darinet in the Ada Memtl funioi High Schod Marching and Concert Band luman Itolation* firoup Plav llnsi To Psychologist The Hjrr.ar. Relations Si fir up : the Miai "ion Nafi nal oncil W'.rv ianuarj 14th I p m at the h DM of Mrs Rose Garth, 215 North Coconut Lane. Palm iThe group will hear Dr. Jess Spirer. director of the Chile ance Clinic, in a discussion on Peace -if v. in d CANDIES lAJUT-CM. tttttl m & SONS, INC. Amencon Representatives £• aueuoH AVI. New rot .. T Distributed by Phil Rothstein 1557 DREXEL AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6275 Mrs. Spring Is New Brandeis Group Head Lou N 198 Free Sons 1ST %  a the Hot) tkin officiated si members lb cerBJ lb Prelent. Mrs ipnoj Mrs. 1 • %  Mrs Sj ttexlei I \nmc Doris t.oldhrrg Florida State Sireetheart State Sweel \Z\ the %  7 • Hail the AZA 1 Mi. _-. rt %  : B uu... ... ..• %  : rnor Fuller Warren has con: the rumor that he will bernior member of a Miami 1J firm when he retires • January 6th War-JH\ he 11 take up full time duties with the new firm of Warnm Kltin. Lthrman, Shorenstain ,nd Klin Louit Stein, vice lent and general counsel of Si iv Incorporated, has named vice president-assis• president, according to Gee?* Fritdland, president of the firm Stein will continue as tense! for the corporation M a member of the Board HIAS Concert Scheduled For January 18th The HIAS Annual Concert will take place on Sunday evening. January 18th 8 30 p m at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. Participating will be the choir of the Miami Beach Jewish Ont-r under the leadership of Joseph Schreibman. with Cantor David Silverman Marsha Guroloua and Aspim Goldberg. i hairman of the affair is David L Tepper Jewish War Veterans Hear Dr. Cunningham Dr Jacob Canningham. of the Round Table. National ConhristJaat and Jews. -peaker at a meet• i Beach Post. Jew IT Veterans, on Tuesday evLSth 8 30 p m at •m I The retail food a* k-nother ...Tjft. ord in 1952 and Jt high is in s.thi f„ r ^ to word by Ger„ fZL. 'dent of Food F Ur ^ porated For ,he „**l cash sales through** £*M retail food stores imo^S I than ** b,l|,., n Sa chain opened its fin, rj" 1 I store on No\ ember Mtei since expanded t 0 ^ stores in South FlomU f. of them are in Did* (Wl Marry Awslandtr. of a?, 1 ton Shoe Stores and £ Hotel, has authored u : the January isoeof Cnsssi wear. monthU trad* p^j ing merchandising md, in a resort market. An ticle also outlines the i letns of designing Otte IN SI Hi lropsi<> r|| Albert Joseph Otto el 13th Avenue. Miami, a i Dropsie College for Cognate Learning. Pennsylvania. nr:_ Dr. Abraham A Neuml dent Tle College offers u_ branches of Jewish mi ( studies, including Jewukl ophy and Literature. Semitic Civilization. and Ecyptolug> and „ Religion, am.r. others Important divisions olL College are the School a*i tion and the Institute |>j and the Middle East PAN AMERICAN BANK OfnCEH zr.i DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES THEODORE A DAVIS IB. EDUARDO MORALES J. M. GARCIA W. C. PAYNE E. A GERARD G. D. FAHR.HE?. w*. E. BO YD %  C H. M:!?mRE J. L. HALL -'.--. ... FRANCES ?. LYOWS ** R. COMWAY 0. R. JACKSON -• DIRECTORS PJSERRM.LES JL CABASSA GOILLERMO CABRERA THEODORE A. DAVIS, JR. A J. HARRIS CECIL P. HOLLAND KENNETH S. KEYES SHELBY P. LANGSTON WILLIAM LIEB0W ED'JARDO Monies '*" .JA. ROIG %  J HSALLEY HMAN „. WmSHI NG' Km. „of MIAMI P A "*• er Ci %  B nk Build '" 250 S.S. Fwst Avenue. Miami. F. 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P AGE 10 A Hopes Emigration To Continue %  %  Hatifira.ion Soon TEL AVIV eigr. Minister I S -' %  "• es> %  "• %  :-. •..-.: %  %  • %  • A Reparations Pact LONDON HA Israel reparati ns pad ratified before earij %  Fehr ir as a result of UM crisis in West Germany, the ish Observer, organ of It Zionist movement reported week. The Observer said that the %  roarj ported AeIC Asks For Deletion Of Ilia* Word NEW YORK JTA — The e-~ r el fleet ation of the term "race :r~ r new immigration application formi was urged by the America!i Jewisa Committee in a statemer ted to the President's Specia'. mission on Immigratioo which •-"_'_.._... studying the effect? of the MCCarran immigrati n .. : War Triininals Free In taermanv B ..yx JTA Nad :-.I MM term for shal Wiiheim List and 123 othei German war erimina..--. %  %  ~ .... on a m< tences imposed by Inited SUtes ....Courts were freed by a Christmas and 101 a.T.nesty order Field Marshal List Unf lews and i ZOA I rged To Abandon Tit' NEW YORK JTA—Benjan res .:r. Browdy. former presides: f the tt Zionist Organization of America tl and member of the .'• •• %  Executive, m a statement .--_• I Zionist grou connection with the formation of ... the new coalition £ ivernment in Israel .:r.:ed the Zionist Orgar..:. •%  %  f the i : tion of America to rescind thi Children's Fears Aired By Analyst Mrs Paula Selrns v guesi -: c >peaker at the Januarj Institute MrS< for Parents sponsored by the Towr. specializing Branch Nursery School of the Topic for % %  -... Greater Miami Jewis lunitj be %  hu :--•• %  • Fears -. :..: Center on Tuesday. January 13th r ect wii. Brandeis Women Meet At Algbn %  ... .... -. • n at im in %  Boat ton. %  • no ROOM : lira it Chapter To View SCCS Film banter of the Ns>| Iren's Cardiac Hospital, • Tuesday January a* Melvia Cohen • Plaster S'-eet. the nftcrnoon will: raented by Dr. Jacob Kecutive director of i R wad Table. Natirnal : Chriatlaaa and Jews.' %  s Mi Mn Mrs. Al barge ol %  %  nth 35.0 mei ers thi ... lu ... rough mei •-lbu I •%  (our Rabbis Endorse Program Soi ..... ipporl then Moses %  Symphony < lub l.nrden Party %  -. Albert Pick, president of nitj "f Miami Svmphonv anoounces a Garden Party t the Lord TaHeton Hotel tomor"v afternoon. January' 10th. from %  i %  T pm More than 2 500 Svmrih^nv Clnh riben have been invited. Mrs. Pick said Mr J"hn Bitter. Symphony Orh -•-: conductor, has arranged ial musical program OIlfFtV* t lub Meet* For Soriai The Coupler Club of the Greater Viami Jewish Community Center -iret for a social evening to•v at the Town Branch. 8:30 according to I.ewis Stern-hein. chairman ol the Adult Pro-1 remittee in on the committee are in, Medames William Zuckerman. h Klein Victor Ross and Mr. f -itial < iifH \ Affair St. Continue urgently n^J supplies anl ho^rS !" one gift ,5*J many national and kl tions." *<-' K ne added u "will be a memonkLJ history of i**^ f/L I strongly ur g e n £j pate in this hun or. LEGAL] CERTIFICATE 0T %  N THE "NS?^ 1 ? AUTHORITY OF Ti TO AU. ?VHor J^NTS SH VI.L r,, Thi. la | U ..-„,, .^ Irving .... M.^ i Myth* A v..,ltr n 3 Ll.ialth I.. vijl did is 'h, f^9 and Wkarcai -hvn£J •urn Corp. • r. did %  i>l Paeaai ... \ i. %  _yg} filed in .. offW AniMdnifr' '*hinti|f aj Namr TA1 and >• •• rorpiirati •• v | IVcml..I '': In ih* .: %  %  %  %  -. of thr 8lal K-all Ihf at.i luna o( aai I I'tuain Florida •nlutW.n Scr^ar\ %  BSM| •' IN '•-"•.• i xnH : %  % % %  %  • TilUauaai 1 iRRALt R v OBiT R| ..'iTARTIfl Sholvm Lodge Features Panel Shotem Lodge. B'nai B'ritfa hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday evening. 8 30 p.m at the Bureau of Jewish Education Building A panel program featurinf theme. B'nai B nth In Acti I will include the pan bert Balkin. Dr Donald Mich) Jerry Carver. Milt n FTH Sidney Ar n riu ar.d Allan Kessler Bor-B-Cue Welcomes Members At Crandon Tro| -. B Pan • %  rrow i ran Ion Part rding i vm Budner. or • .._ :•" -. •Jubilee Honors Jacob Sshaihl e r Jacob Schachter's 22r.d year in radio will be celebratt : •:•Jubilee Concert at the Miami Beach High School on Sunda> uary 25th. 8 30 p m. Present!) director of the JewUfa Variety Hour, he is a pioneer in Jewish radio programs he began to feature in New Y rk City 21 years ago The Sunday evening concert feature a leading New York artist Tickets are on sale at the Star Dairy Restaurant 949 Washington Avenue. Reservations may be made at 58-3300 Harn 10a nee Funds For Choir Robes At III at h Mrs %  %  • ter PT.\ • "•'%  • u Ireem u aain u | • I ""• : •• D Saturtl \ :% %  | %  School d %  Marj Levu '-••-Firu min, Ross. Mimi Levy. Dorothy Wall Evelyn Weinman, Joseph Shu. :an Peyton a nd B Hirshfield C K A XD OP K K | > u THIRSDAV. JA.MARV 8h. IMS Adler's Kosher Meat, Poultry and Fish Market FREE SOUVENIRS w. Will c. rry *,„ Ljnt of ^ y pot|(ry ^ d ^ Prime and thoiee tirades Omlm ln the Heart of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Are.| Another DIVIDEND For thrifty Citizens Federal Savers hi c.'.dend rima for Citizen* Federal Savers. M you ore not c -e;dy c-rvjng or memberj, open your savings account c, and en : cv I berol earningi paid twice eoch yeorl 0"iCtl "•Majaal %  %  Z RUM tiO I *^i S t DAHRS '•*..*;{ G JDOt0 l *.!• auoT •* INOAN ottKToas ito J AOCB W. J CAUAHAH s. r. OANKS CIS OUNAN wAUACf i. uofoeo I. AltMT fAUOT HAMY SCHWAITZ CAVIO sruaw tamtmrlmmmm W ; CAllAMAH V .rfflENS / FEDERAL SAVINGS N0 lO*N ASSOCIATION or lil'" 198 I. Hialeah Drive 0 ^. K N,\;O it H AHa^ INDfPiND'Jj AVIN6S AC



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llr the GMJCC show. A proorchestra will be includ%  e production, according to ssnr Hirsch. who initiated akespeare Festival at the lity of Miami and who has j Luncheon Meeting | Will Outline Drive An organizational luncheon meeting of the Paint-Chemicals! Hardware Unit of the 1953 ComI bined Jewish Appeal will be held l on Monday. January 12th, at the 1 Rosedale Restaurant. General Trades Division Chair[ man Sam Heiman will outline plans for the unit's participation in the drive officially scheduled j to open on Sunday, January 11th. A series of similar meetings of jtrades, industries and professions i are being planned throughout the Dade County area by Chairman Heiman in order to achieve concentrated participation by business men in this year's campaign. Sam Hirsch Paula Orlik. ticket controller; and Rosalie Hofman, Booth chairman. Mrs. Chertkof said that Sand In Your Shoes will have only one showing at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday evening, March 1st. Revenues derived* from the show will be used to further the activities of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. fit* Sinai Uottpital Appoint* Tiro v Xvgro PhuHirians To Staff lesy staff privileges have %  tended to two Negro phyby the Board of Trustees mil Sinai Hospital, it has nnnunced by Max Orovitz, president. Appointed were nuel H. Jacobson to the DeInt of Roentgenology and liam A. Patterson, Jr., to Jpartment of Internal Mediappointments," Orovitz continue to express Mount Hospital's humanitarian f offering medical service nembers of the Greater Minmunity regardless of race, creed. With our expandysical facilities for the care Negro patients, the Board Hstees has recognized the pf additional medical assisid welcomes Dr. Johnson Patterson to its medical |kr this year, the Board apDr. Aubrey Wajren Henry int Sinai's staff, marking time in the history of the (that staff privileges were to a Negro physician in a >ry. White hospital. The iron national acclaim for the ospital. newly-appointed physicians live Floridians now practicMiami. Dr. Johnson was pted from Meharry Medical Nashville, in 1930, and hia internship at City HosLouia, Missouri. He did iuate work in x-ray at ounty Hospital and alao post of Resident in Roentat Provident Hospital. Chicago. his graduation from A 4 M in 1037, Dr. Patterhit p rof —at o na l training Medical College. He received an appointment as medical resident at Hubbard Hospital, Nashville, where he served for three years. In 1945, Dr. Patterson was the recipient of a Rockefeller Fellowship in Internal Medicine, spending two years at the New England Medical Center and the Pratt Diagnostic Hospital, Boston. From 1947 to 1949, Dr. Patter son was Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at Meharry, after I which he came to Miami to enter f private practice. JSSB Named Family Service Association Affiliate Member Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of j the Interpretation Committee, announced this week that the Jewish Social Service Bureau, under the leadership of its president, Mrs. Stanley ('. Myers, has been accepted into full membership in the Family Service Association of America, the standard setting organization of family service agencies over the country. In making this information available to the Jewish Floridian, Mrs. Glasser quoted a letter received from FSAA in which its Membership Committee stated it was "impressed with the excellent progress your agency has made during the past few years in building up a resident counseling program and in relating your services to the Jewish Community." This recognition follows an intensive examination of the agency by regional field consultant Helen Schmitz. Mrs. Myers, in congratulating Albert Comanor, agency executive, and his staff, indicated that the recognition is both gratifying and understandable in view of the way in which JSSB has increasingly become the place to which Jewish families in the Miami area turn for guidance and counseling with family problems. The JSSB, a Red Feather agency, is a member of the Dade County, Community Chest and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. It is located in the Calumet Building at 10 NE 3rd Avenue. Assembly of two new generators recently arrived in Tel Aviv from the United States was scheduled to begin this week as part of an overall plan to increase Israel's power development. The generating units, each having a capacity of 50,000 kilowatts, were purchased by the Palestine Electric Corporation with the aid of State of Israel Eond investments and required a total appropriation of about $10,900,000. Beth David Takes First Place In Miami Maccabiah; Jewish Center Wins On Beach Final results of the Annual Maccabiah. sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education for the Jewish schools of Greater Miami, showed Beth David Synagogue to be winner in Miami. The Miami Beach Jewish Center led in the Beach carnival. Some 1,000 students participated in the Maccabiah. In Miami, the final results were as follows; Beth David, 69 points; Beth El. 54 points; Miami/Hebrew School, 46 points; Zamora Jewish Center, 37 points; Israelite Center, 1 point. I The colorful pageant of participants and the song contest were both won by the Zamora Jewish Center The athletic program was in the hands of Abraham Rockstein, with the cooperation of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. On the Beach the following results were scored: Miami Beach Jewish Center. 91 points; North Shore. 49 points; Workmen's Circle. 66 points: Knesseth Israel. 40 points; Temple Beth Sholom, 10 points. The song contest was won by Workmen's Circle Schools, and the Parade of Participants in pageant form was won by the Miami Beach Jewish Center, with the North" Shore Jewish Center closely behind. Individual scorers include Bobby Brooks, Patty Mackuf, Barry Kaplan, Sunnie Taylor. Sondra Weiner, Marilyn Katz. Leslie Zebits. Carol Prost. Susan Sutton, Jay Epstein. Marshall Murray. Cheryl Heckler. David Epstein. Joe Marks, Sandra Weiss, Robert Fabric, Bruce Fabric, Stewart Fabric. Karen Michelson. Donald Flecker, Richard Dysart. Lloyd Davis. Robert Klein. Roberta Garfinkle. Mey! er Wolf son, Marshall Flanderman, i Steven FaUer. Judy Applebaum. Leonard Levy, [ Margaret Cohen, Richard Stein| book, Susan Zimmerman, Steven Gerord. Felice Sussman, Betty i Glassman. Sheila Levine. Susan Bookspare, Kenny Levitt. Joan Colman. Charles Cans and Charles Homer. i Awards will be distributed at an i early assembly in all participating ] schools. Individual prize winners ; will receive a specially designed ribbon for first place in athletic j events. The winning schools will Blso receive a specially designed certificate in honor of the occasj ion and an award of books for the school library. The Maccabiah awards are made : through the courtesy of Mrs. Charles A. Ratner and will be present* ed by her at the school assemblies. Refreshments were distributer! at ( t he Maccabiah through the cour' tesy of Carl Weinkle. ^ **r ~— sr o ^1 Hrmt %  — *,. the Miami events of the Annual Maccabiahwere (shown above) Max Luria, Elaine Lebow. Jerry Ak^v^^h^AWn Kosrtcy. Mike Wolison. France. Seitlin. Alan Lynn. Linda Rand, Doris Shaveman. France. i h „ YSlJSXlM iSEE bv Corli. Ira Corliss. Annette Alexander. Melvin Schoxcid. Judy Freman. Danny Gltlan. R o !" 1 iJ2£ San Scnwartx. Eddy Lundblad. Anson Hinger. Lois Groh. Eddie Leviten. Stephen Levine. Roger mSS^tSSSJSSSL Su~manTtam SchwarUman. Roberta Steplan, Dal. Handshu. Adele Kleinman. Carol IS^MiSa^Kra^^ Ltoda Bosn*. Karon Samson. Helen. Ctoin. Franklin Kreuixer. Sidney JacoUen. Norman DnchnoTHairman Clein. Marsha Were* and Regma Sampwm.



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PAGE 6 B Chanuka Award Winners Listed At Gables Center Spiritual leader of the Cora! Gables Jtwista Center. Rabbi Morris Skop. th;> week announced the winners of the Third Annual Chanuka Home Decoration Contest First prize of a two-foot electric Menorah went to Mr and Mrs. Nathan Magida. SSI Santillane Avenue. Mr and Mrs William Lieberman. of 30 SW 30th Road, won the second prize of a pair of Ten Commandment book ends. Third prize was a Ten Commandment wall plaque. Winners of I award were Dr and Mrs Henr] Green. 4103 Anderson Road Pri* es were based on beauty of home decoration, participation by children and originality. Also singled out for mention were Mr and Mrs Leon Goldman. 2625 SW 25th Avenue: Mr Mrs. Joseph Kolber. 6426 SW 12th Street: and Mr and Mrs Milton Katz. 5950 SW i3:h Street books by Sholem Aleichem went to those in the honorable mention category. FRIDAY. u CutierOpens Law Offices On Beach r£jGVS'T Cr OS RVf J^ It the Dl .T' I WANT MY MILK Aad B SJ m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZE! Vitamin ~D" Milk "Milk Producta" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater iLami Delivery Vlait Oui Farm at tie Of Biro M, 4 tn.BB.' C-... — %  Mary Diw playing lh part of Felice :s c feature pricnr.e: in the University :: Miami Ring Thoatw s production :: Samuel Tayka s The Happy Itee comedy c: lore. ?-ec:rby Ed Men. er.'r. the play will receive ::s pteview opening on Monday evening fanuary 12th 3 active on the Board ( the Miami B. itlei %  lit Pr and a member of : the %  Ho has also recenl • ..... • sident pical I rmer %  .-.•-.--%  an I eu • the I'mf Miai Sd !!<• : %  :. %  and Miami Law %  oellor [ Nu Beta Ens I • tal Fraternitj studies %  ting j ..... '• Voutl • %  %  %  • ^ a and S '. i I JANUARY C^A < aus** At KaditnaL Lo h ^wartanJT director of the Bur,, u J Education, adOre^ J Kadimah Chapter, pJJ ^•rday on (hs subjm 46 Humanitarian Caiu. The CJA. The pro^ ranged by Mr, R^ gram chairman. \2 ?, Sandier, president "Em with the Combat Engineers .iw action in the European married and reles with hiwife the former Iris Schuh.: oral (iables. at 1T65 I R PARK WAY g/i MEATS -v WUITM tail KOSHLR WholcsaJaJ 5 SW. ::nd St.. Ph. 9-0S6I WORRY About Yow F00l| A Complete Catewifl Sat Boautiiu] Hors D'oetmu Mads to Order Rental of CHINA • SlVEall LINENS Cntertaixunent and allooai detaili arranged lor jt formal and informal i PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. SUNDA -5 a M0J| 13 -tat JACK & JILL CATEHOfl •4 N.W. 7th t. Of MnOI^ Sadye G. Rose 0::it :-i • -1 '. PALMERS MIAMI MONUMENT CO. GLAS^ F0H EV Y ULHJJ PURPOSE f*,,.!. !" ^ FHONT ~ PLATE %  WINDOW GLASS fctJftSr a nd Mirro '^k'A. .',^, GORCO.V • =a.-;T( :;..-, •" ':• t • %  '•;;3 i-2 %  :-! .. : S :: „ %  NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 L ^ ..;5 : '--^ SEEDS %  • B t:j.Miami's On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving tke CiinunitySiBCil Exclusive Dealal ROCK of USB MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Strait Phone ffl GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS WINZ Miami 710 S.W. 12th AVE. Phone 3-3431 %  Miami Bta? %  ;.*,—%  .i.i / -^;v,-...;_ : -. %  —



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jemiafkrif2H PAGE 8 B FRIDAY. Defamation League leaders charge, Supposing ^ i • t, a. %  ••..• •• % %  **. % % % %  — %  *. 1 ..-* Off The Record feer ZIONIST FRONT: S> NATHAN SHUN :o 5 : Jewi* ifckfi Ite rift with r, J^ in the ZOA %  M etoasi to healing jj*^ "• >' %  ** than it was before the convention their In fact the sch:>" ia V**** %  %  '%  ears I la* "hiepan er than diminishing Once a rear del become> president of the organiia tion he >eera< ipso facto to become the target of attack Erstwhile supporters of Rabbi Irving Miller have now turned against him. And one of his staunchest supr has even demanded his res because he. I* Opened to stamp l* I%  & MeCarrani aw nntor' the I \t II can >cne their pur ^i !" ^ -^ ^ That th. -gg !hVtet.f.ed before the COOWWI ,„,.,* hearings miiguioed ail in tion If the c:..-:->-:-•. %  %  •r Beats of his measure. Tr • and then I to more Commiaiathan Yet he and his loHowafl wiU do ever>th:ng in their poWJT to ir aura of Com!*""" to th Jport a. to MlMM wg .K, unconcerned land the eaaU fnfhteoed in both awn f< of Congress e matter, it seemBOW rests in the hands of Presidentelect • made ,he eiecuon campa.gn j I recummend n V irrar Act the (.en-, era! would or | t P* Pj %  he included m bis first a recommendation % %  • %  %  ; ,hat the use of the phrase "church I Protestant nearby" was merely a deriee to j Wouldn't thafalLj evade discriminatory practice* oth ed as a


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JANUARY 9, 1953 +Jewlst> nc r jdfian Officials Expect Menuhin Concert I Academy Dinner Drive Half Million In Purchases A ** racts Crowd PAGE 3 B 4 >n here of a sched-ier and-appeared with many of the 5rt by violin virtuoso Ye-1 top musical organizations of the 1111 liiirni in behalf of the Committee, Bonds government, on the eveJanuary 29th. came early when Joseph Cherner, lairman. said that he exlee "half a million dollars' Israel Bonds sold in conyith the event." [for the Miami Beach Authe concert will give the campaign a record start acceptance to appear received by wire from luhin's representative in trk, according to Joseph iami chairman. He said noted musician plans to the area early enough "to cquaintances with cultural imunal leaders whom he | during the years in which cated his talent to the I Israel." |fw of the limited capacity Miami Beach Auditorium, rill be released in the or[ which requests for them eived, Cherner and Rose through a jointly issued it. A special session of the Dnd Drive Cabinet followJFednesday to select a con j! .•..HI. a women's section and representative lead M Miami Hotelman's Assoia. v.ell as leaders of major land Christian groups. lasers of Israel Bonds starttmce will receive subscripthe concert, according to IS. Malakoff. city manager [Miami Beach Bond Office. Id the auditorium seats will ttcil as follows: orchestra. Minn, one seat for each $1,lel Bond purchased; orchesoml section, one seat for ii Bond; orchestra, third 5250 Bond; dress circle, ind and balcony, $50 Bond. Hie of a $250 Bond will enseller to a $50 seat; sale Bond, a $100 seat; a $750 S250 seat; a $1,000 Bond, a eat: and more than $1,500, 10<>0 seats. I the last war, Menuhin, siill in his 30's, gave more BO concerts and raised mildollars for charitable purVt the request of PresidentJwmht Eisenhower. Menuhin the United States armed linto France and Belgium to ^in troops during World War pr the war, Menuhin remainippcar in Displaced Persons [throughout Europe. in 1916, to the wife of a school teacher in New Ihe noted artist studied with id Anker and Louis PersingOf 600 Persons Support for the projected new World. His first concert was beHebrew Academy in Miami Beach's fore an audience of 6.000 when he! 41st Street .section was pledged by played with the San Francisco Symphony. After that he traveled to Europe to study under Georges Enesco and Adolph Busch. While in Europe in 1929. Menuhin made his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic before an audience which included Dr. Albert Einstein. By that time, he was 18, and had made a world tour including 110 engagements in 63 cities. Greater Miami leaders at the Acad-' emy's Fifth Annual Dinner Sun-' day night. More than 600 persons, the largest attendance in the function's history, turned out at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Chairman Charles H. Fruchtman unveiled plans for the new school designed to accommodate some 500 students. Present enrollment of the Academy is a capacity 210 pupils, i Fruchtman termed the affair "a complete success." Dr. David S. Andron, president, traced the school's development from 15 students in 1,947, and urged increased backing by all segments of the Jewish community. Councilman Harold Turk, who was chairman of the Arrangements Committee, acted as toastmaster. Cantor Moshe Kusevitsky shared tlje entertainment spotlight with an original cantata written by Dr. Andron, Listen Leaders, and enacted by 60 academy students. Rabbi Moses Moscheloff gave the invocation. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky said grace. The benediction was by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Also distributed during the din[ ner was the Hebrew Academy's Fifth Annual Journal. Guest Cantor Shimele Berger, child prodigy, will render the musical portion of the liturgy during Friday evening and Saturday morning services of Congregation Beth Jacob. Making his first appearance here last year, the 13-yearold cantor wa3 born in Jerusalem and is a student at the Chaim Berlin Yeshiva, New York City. He will be presented in a concert at Beth Jacob on Sunday evening, 8 p.m. __ ——... -—* %  '%  *-%  sweeten your party table with Vnmb/yVafes W *im vn xra. 'pO.lKjWI VjfclTBr £flrl Aabbl JoMDh E. Rackovaky 845 Michigan Arenui Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 (UjTVis seal • %  all DresMOiry predicts It your furintti that tkey art strictly ktsktr ... they're paiftmrh-odl DOG RACING NIGHTLY < Except Sunday) West Tkdd KENNELH.Ua MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverised Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORE GUARANTEED mtt 9fyMSt