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The Jewish Floridian ( January 16, 1953 )

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llie\wiyh.JEIIiD!PidPiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 27—Number 3 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS uman's Message Keynotes Fear iction Reported Israel Cabinet SALEM — Levi Eshkol. Finance Minister, was named fmier of Israel for the period during which Premier David in will be on vacation at Tiberias. Mr. Ben-Gurion, however, nue to carry out his functions as Defense Minister while he at ion. the Cabinet also decided. is I.avon, Minister without portfolio, was named Acting Forter while Moshe Sharett na heading a Mapai dele a conference of Asiatic thirties. The Cabinet destpone the municipal jntil a short time before %  ntary elections at the m-ters were also faced ir-t conflict between the of the two leading parl.ipai and General Zionrt> here said that frici'.i\ (JTA) — Israel's protests to the British Government shipment of jet planes to the Arab states are expected to heated debate in the House of Commons. It was learned I a number of questions concerning the British delivery of Arabs have already been submitted to Parliament and that %  prelacy Anthony Eden is expected to answer some of them. le. it was reported that "— jets have been delivered The same reports stated ^er Mohammed Naguib's had been permitted to fem from some 15.000,000 Egyptian sterling funds Britain. }s reported that Foreign ials are giving "careful n" to the Israeli repon arms supplies to The newspapers, in the situation, assert ley to the heart" of the is armaments. This is as demonstrating that spring of the Arab is hatred and fear of Congress Warned To Avoid Subtle Corrosive Process WASHINGTON (JTA) — An encouraging picture of progress in guaranteeing full enjoyment of civil rights, coupled with a warning against the "corrosive process" of fear, was presented by President Truman in his final State of the Union message to Congress. The President outlined gains made during the war for "millions of our fellow-citizens who had been held back by prejudice" and asked: "Were we prepared, in peacetime, to keep on moving toward full realization of the democratic promise? Or would we let it be submerged and wiped out in postwar riots and reaction as after World War I?" We had, he said, "answered these questions in a series of forward steps at every level of gov emment and in many spheres of private life." He declared: "There has been a great awakening of the Aii nfrka rr conscience on the issue of civil rights. And all this progress — still far from complete but still continuing — has been our answer, up to now. to those who questioned our intention to live up to the promises of equal freedom for us all." Intolerance The President warned, however, that fear threatened American liberties. He declared that "the Communists cannot deprive us of our liberties — fear can" and cautioned against "fear of the task we face, fear of adjusting to it, fear that breeds more fear, sapping our faith, corroding our liberties, turning citizen against citizen, ally against ally. Fear could snatch away the very values we are striving to defend. "Already the danger signals have gone up. Already the corrosive process has begun. And every diminution of our tolerance, each new act of enforced conformity. Continued on Pag* 10 A Soviets A rrest Nine New'Spies' MOSCOW (JTA) — The Soviet press and radio announced the arrest of nine doctors late this week. Most of them were Jews. The charges included killing two top Russian leaders and plotting the deaths of others. According to the Soviets, instructions for the subversive activity came from British and American intelligence services and from Zionist organizations. The announcement said the doctors admitted killing Andrei A. Zhdanov and Alevander S. Scherbakov. Zhdanov, a leading member of the Soviet Politburo, died in 1948. Scherbakov was head of the political administration of the Red Army until his death in 1945. The official Russian news agenTell West Germans To Hurry NEW YORK (JTA) — The Is rael Government is sending Dr. Chaim Yahil, deputy chief of Israel's Reparations Corporation, to Bonn with instruction "to see to it that there arc no further delays in the ratification of the reparations agreement" with the West German Government, the New York Times reported from Tel Aviv. The report said that Israeli authorities believe in the Adenauer Government's good faith but are aware that the Arabs •• bringing pressure to bear through numerous private channels in an effort to prevent the payment of reparations. As a result, the danger of a 'vendors' strike" has arisen, according to information reacliing Israel Government officials, and some West German industrialists have threatened to refuse to make deliveries to Israel. Upwards of one half million dollars was pledged at an Initial Gifts the United States against entering affair kick off function of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal, last the field of offense. Sunday evening at the Saxony Hotel. The sum will be applied toward CJA's $1,398,000 goal set for this year. ,,.,,. %  „ Sparked by the memorial dedication to Jack Ablin. who died in November just one day before announcement of hts cha irman ship of the annual drive was to be made, initial gifts in many instances represented substantial increases over last year's pledges. Principal speaker Senator Wayne Morse, of Oregon, called participa tion in the Combined Jewish Ap peal an investment in world peace states are pictured in as he addressed an overflow audipress as doubting the ence of more than..400 persons at tri partite declaration the inaugural dinner. 60. to guarantee the j "Your stake in world freedom is ie Middle East states [ the sflpport of thisJfeweM democrcssion. The Arab|racy*ln the Middle East," Morse also said to be "nerthe recent series of Hong Israel's frontiers st BOOM of their conl nited Nations truce organization. %  tian press hanew anti Zion.a an d ; iaganda campaign Nd on Pag* 10 A Morse described Israel's struggle for economic independence and told of the severe austerity program there due to food and housing shortages. "Political freedom for an individual is nonexistent where econ omic freedom of choice does not stand with it side by side," Morse stated He warned American businessmen that World War III will not be fought with a private enterprise economy, while predicting Morse closed by urging residents here to place political principle over partisanship and called for Initial Gifts participants to make an investment in their stake in world freedom by actively supporting the annual campaign. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, delivered a eulogy honoring Jack Ablin. Campaign Chairman Howard Kane pointed to the need for greater giving to meet the goal of $1,398,000 in 1953. Carl Weinkle. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, described the six local institutions participating in the campaign. Chairman of the inaugural dinner, "in our countrV's most criS The Senator also told of his 30, Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual hour we murtTealizeThat peace I 000-mile inspection tour of Arm, leader of Temple Beth Sholom, decan be won oily on n economic; Bases abroad as a member of the livered the benediction front and that the entire world Armed Services Committee and Among guests p\ honor was Col b c urrcntliunuergofng revoH .-.res.ed the need for retaining ,onel Jack Arvey. ,.f Chicago, life for a netter sttSdof ving." i ba.es for defense but cautioned long friend of the iate Jack Ablin. cy. Tass, indicated that numerous others were marked for death by the "hired agents of imperialist intelligence" but that "arrest thwarted their villainous plan, and the criminals failed to achieve their goal." In explaining the doctors' methods. Tass said they "criminally undermined" their patients' health, "deliberately made incorrect diagnoses and then, by incorrect healing methods, destroyed them." Jew* Fle Meanwhile, some 2.300 Jews, all survivors of the Nazi regime, have fled the Soviet zone of Germany toWest Berlin since the establishment of the East German Republic, it was reported here today on the basis of reliable information. Hundreds of them sought asylum in West Germany during Continued on Pago 10 A Mapam Makes Apologies For Red Purges JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Mapam Council has voted by better than four to one—22 to 49. with 18 abstentions—to protest the antiZionist and anti-Jewish overtones of the recent Moscow-led Prague trials. These overtones, the resolution said, were a temporary mistake, since anti-Semitism ii "not possible'' in the Soviet Union or a popular republic. While it accepted the charges against the defendants at the trial, the Mapam resolution defended Mordecai Oren. one of its own leaders who is under arrest in Prague and who confessed to antiCzech State activities during the proceedings. The resolution said the chargest against Mr. Oren resulted from a series of "tragic coincidences." The Mapam. in the resolution, identified itself with the Zionist movement. Finally, it attacked the Ben-Gurion Government and the "rightists" for their initiation of an 'anti-Communist campaign" following the trial. One of the reasons for the fact that 18 members of the Council abtained on the resolution WSJ that it failed to attack the BenGurion Government for its "re' at omadopted The large vote attacking the Prague trial waa made possible by the Bad th.it a major portion oi tlm llu.-'hoiner.IIatzair delegatejoined the mi.re moderate minor Wings of tr.j party. Housver. when the two



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PAGE 2 A North shore Lodge, Hadassah Slates Chapter Hold Joint .. Meeting On Monday HMO MIKe rOr Sunday Evening The Greater Miami Chapter ol Dr. Pearson New U of M President Announcement ol the appoint ments of Dr. JJ F WP" 0B t0 presidency ol the University ol v... made heir earl) thli FRIDAY. Miami week tmg Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith Will hold a joint meeting on Monday. January 19th, 8:30 p.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. iHadassah's principal fund raisi y; pearsor becomes the second Samuel W. Shapiro, chairman of even( (lf |h ,. „,,„.,,„ h( annual | m ,,, ,,„. institution of the Anti-Defamation League for H iliass lh Mr(lk a Organisation ^ ^ ); ., ii| I d p, the State of Florida, will present n||1I1( r )ancc „-,be held ;it ,he **" ^ who (i|ti ,„ „ r a book review. 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JARY 16, 1953 *JmM£ht*0pm Say. PAGE 3 A AT THE UNITED NATIONS Political Committee of the UN has for en listening to the vituperations of the Stalltowards Israel. The Ambassador of easured language of a responsible statesIclear cut proposal that both sides get tolund table to discuss the possibilities of an ] lasting peace that would include non-agIhe future settlement of the Arab refugees, territorial boundaries. He also called for plan that would develop the entire region agriculturally thru cooperative irrigation lects, thru raising health standards, thru a rative system. iK/rr Delegate Ahmed Shukairi dismissed the print of Mr. Eban for peace by insisting as : that all the Arab displaced persons be rebomes in Israel they abandoned; that Jerulationalized, that the borders of Israel be itched crazy quilt adopted by the UN on lii47. when the General Assembly voted the ilcstine into a Jewish and Arab state. And \e continues thru its fifth year. the Communist bloc is enough to shake khe future of the UN. Adherence to Kremites the force of parliamentary resolutions, (bloc appears to render the whole process 1 discussion absurd. For the Levantine an the opportunity to orate endlessly, to repeat In inject hate and venom, to vulgarize the %  : ii.il debate. pin. the listener might wonder at the imsh spoken with high pitched voice and But the spectator at the modernistic audit N sett that their discussions are read. are obviously prepared by masters of lanbaganda, expert in mingling argument with bond and fact. The carefully briefed statepructurt and form; they reveal an understanding of Western psychology, as well as an awareness of the anti-Semitic prejudices latent everywhere. Yet left to themselves, the delegates of the Near East run true to character. The fleeing law breaker has always resorted to the well worn device of shouting "stop thief. Thus the Arab representatives brazenly accuse Israel of the evasions and breaches practiced by their own governments. The entire world knows that in 1948, the Moslems of seven surrounding lands invaded Palestine and started the war that led to the proclamation of Medinat Israel. Not a Jewish ffghter stepped on neighboring soil, yet the Levantine diplomats have the gall to say that the Zionists were the aggressors. An AB cmcANftr The Orient has always been a hotbed for conspiracies. Plotting has ever been cultivated a fine art. "East of Suez where there are no Ten Commandments" as sung by Kipling. The Asiatic mind instinctively attributes its frustration to some deeply hatched plot. It was thus in character for the Arab delegates to blame the adverse vote in the UN to the sinister machinations of Zionists. Evidently they did not understand its implication that the governments behind the delegations had to be parties to these malign intrigues. Nor did they foresee the resentment and disgust of their colleagues in the General Assembly. The Greek chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee tactfully rebuked the Arab speakers for their non-parliamentary behavior. But the next speaker followed with similar statements, evidently prepared by the same prompter. STRATEGY One gets the impression that the Arab politicos are more concerned with impressing the American public than convincing their UN colleagues. They urge that Jerusalem be internationalized because it is a holy city. But Rome, or Mecca, or Benares are also holy to untold millions. Would any one advocate placing them under international jurisdiction? The ancient Jewish capitol was under Mohammedan rule for a millenium and under the British Mandate for 30 years. Yet neither Moslems nor Christians ever demanded its internationalization until By HARRY SIMONHOFF Medinat Israel was formed. The Syrian Moslem attains a high state of demagoguery and a low degree of chicanery when he calls upon the Pope of Rome to appoint the : Governor of an internationalized Jerusalem. r*0Biim or REFUGEES In the matter of Palestinian refugees, the voluble Ara!> waxes his loquacious best. At last he has an issue that can appeal tothe humanitarian West and at the same time brand Israel for inhuman behavior. But here agaii the miserable status of the unfortunate DP's is a commentary upon Levantine shabbiness and impotence. How did it all come about? Why did they leave their homes when no one drove them? The truth cannot be suppressed that when the Moslem armies invaded Palestine it was high Arab strategy to order all non Jews to flee the country. The objective was twofold: to demonstrate Jewish cruelty and to hold out the prospect of plunder when the fugitives return in the wake of their conquering armies. A BOOMERANG But the blundering tactics miscarried. The Jews defeated the invaders, set up the state of Israel, and closed the border. The plight of the refugees was indeed unfortunate; but not nearly as desperate as the lot of the remnants in German concentration camps, or the Jewish hostages in certain Mohammedan lands. The places vacated by Moslem evacuees have been filled by the "Ingathering of the Exiles", in danger of extermination in their hostile environments. The refugee problem is a godsend to Arab politicians. The millions sent by the UN for their relief simply help to maintain the corrupt regimes. The miserable plight of these DP's furnishes an inexhaustible arsenal for whining in the UN. Strangely, not a penny comes from Mosien sources. Yet the Nizam of Heyderabad, the Aga Kahn of India, and Ibn Saud of Arabia are reputed the world's three richest tycoons. The mouth pieces of self appointed despots clamor for something they know to be impossible. In all the annals of history, no state has ever admitte;! enemies that would constitute a third of its population. The wily Arabs know that such a Trojan horse can destroy Medinat Israel. selman To 1 Women's [Of CJA K'wlman. recently an extensive tour will speak at the M sponsored by the %  on in behalf of the li wish Appeal. ly leader in Essex %  Jersey, will appear latfe and radio Ruth Tuesday, January at the home of Mrs. (n. 5480 North Bay Ablin. Patrons' Diin. will be assisted Mrs Joseph Chern>avld Phillips. plan was permitted lensively many phaspt usually opened to he was recently apIber of the Board of immunity Council of served as president I officer of the Fed jnoke these home improvements now with a Pan American Instalment Loan J3> .,S ^^ : *11 it A Pan American Instalment Loan covers lull financing of all needed home improvements ...and gives you three years to pay! Bring in your plans today and let our new Instalment Loan Department show you how you can put your home in A-l condition while you "pay as you enjoy". \ PAN AM mn N BANK mIMtIS FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM f E 0 E R A t DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION v ,. I',,, \iu. i li.uk n Zionist Luncheon Club Imtittt You to Hear Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey Outstanding Woman Citiien of Dad} County and Co-chairman of American-Christian Palestine Commits* tt Spook on: My Impressions of Israel" WEDNESDAY, JANUARY flat 12:15 p.m. RITZ PLAZA HOTEL 1701 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Mrs. tr'i. McCaffrey Toasfmaster ALBERT E. OSSIP Notts Reports CHARLES H. LEE The Public is Invited Sponsored by MIAMI BEACH ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT



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*>AGE 4 A •w^W-'WWWU. Published every Friday since 1927 by Flor.dian t 1& N. E Sixth Street. Mil Entered as second-cls Office of Miami. Fla.. under the The Jewish Floridian has abso and the Jewish Weekly. Member oraph.c Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World wide News Service. National Editorial Association. Amer ican Association of English-Jews* Newspapers Press Association. Telephones 2-1141 2-82 U ike i ,rbed the Jewish Unity Th. Je |„ r of the Jewish Telethe Jewish 11, Florida matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Of March 3 During The Week ... A r-WW*WV By LEO MINDLIN 9 i s. Florida S U B S C One Year R I P T (3 00 0 N R A T Two Years FRE D K. SHOCHET E ditor and P ublisher Volume 2 7 LEO MINDLIN News Editor liiDA^ JANUARY 16. 1953 HAVE NO ILLUSION about my position in k .joe i but I haven't lost my sense of humor." These were Z of I nitcd States Senator from Oregon Wayne Mor* 2 fore the Combined Jewish Appeal's Initial Gifts tHaTS __._-, l Ihn <3VlinV Hilti'l Teveth 29, 5713 Arab I .'.i^utAnd Arms Britain's recent decision to send arms, and particularly jet planes, to the Arab League can not altogether be regarded as another example of that nation's opportunistic diplomacy. Few would deny that official English circles still nurse the wound of their ill-fated move in May, 1948, when Tommies and guns haughtily left Palestine in the wake of an undisguised hope that the defenseless Jewish population Number 3 ening it the Saxony Hotel. The Senator's bitterness over the recent reversal of • Government circles was nontbeless poorly diagila^ nj his greatness as a liberal steins precisely from the fact tW ness was lesi an expression of his own fate than of c !" J-, wctn| id.I li-iii"4' On TiM'sda? Dwicht David Eisenhower moves into the WO rldJl future. He spoke before communal leader^ White House on Tuesdav.^as been atong .rmed ^ ^^ ^ ^ supported Ar^nnomTincoln if only on Stevenson [or election to the Presidency and virtually, ADr cm am, i. whpn t||e Dcmo cratic Party was so convir the basis of his pover y-stricken you.h^ ^ wtmhet He has since been regarded as an But Eisenhower wil. | uhll) coHeaguea who no longer consider him an, accrwfo fur their principles. Prefacing his attack against what M oncoming wave of reaction, the Senator said he would hi hidutj if he did not speak out. and successful career have him a new the basis Bu! EiSeiuiuwci "'•• — lish during the next four years should he presume to emulate his distinguished Republican predecessor. The General was virtually unknown a! the i A long-time aide to, Senator Morse indicated that he drew authority forkstart of World War II. A longtime aide >' u rtm lf big membership in the Congressional Armed Dcuglcs MacArthur he rose to the height ot nu|t( t M ca st unlil next Tuesday." he continued re would be crushed by the onslaught ot torty mil ,, aiy qJory when he successfully broke the ir> J(llh wnon lnp Kisenhower administration moves, million Moslems. But their current decision to ^adj o ; ,^ e Q errnGn WQ r machine. Since then, House and places him in political exile. This iel the ton Eisenhower has bee:. the ol :ect of continued ator's • >" rejection of his former role a* Republican ial reverence as president of Columbia ol his declaration Of independence", a phrase he used Univora t\ ,hl November "election. He returned to Europe subsequently and THE LIBERALISM OF SENATOR MORSE ii presu :c Xreaty Organiza• for his split with President-elect Eisenhower Lea .j, tion (Jiving spiritual and military aid to the that he finds the General inimical to the best .mere* '. V""** "r i, u senator Morse had much to nj j] —unent. discussion with me during a cocktail party preeedini Bu' see:-, the fall ^ ^ ^ ££ m ^ mun ^J J,e ob ch a major Issue. When I point ion to re-arm th* Arab nations, he •:•-: :: : : however, could be construed ,,. tacit hero worshij he entered into blooey ,,, | il |, llt an administration would bring nan his former cnan g es „, the US State Department's attitude toward lei in-Chii tl> that he courd view th.: mire wift car:.] .-.lounted I -ter This the Senator's stand on what he had bee* assassinati who Mipportcd Eisenhower in hu ques Seneral work cut out for the forefront of this group Is Bernard Banal inimiqration law will be Senator Morse's rscat pw o am ments. will h thrown into his lap on Tuesday, a law "' 1 -' u American Jewry and Israel stand to raised the wrath ol D i decent Amen! ; ,h< B "*here sans cti rice :c roll alarmingly abroad. He assumes thTpresi ,.,:. v .Wvi more readily speak alx.ut prep.ueane ... n ..mi will sound This when rather than if attitude nl Comm tng to virulent onto. w rilir „, .,„. ,,. h( rmost Kht]aM of ,s :h nk-| ism 1. ne speaks oul ago latest h> th.intrusion of militarists into the government. I mattestation of Europe vei peaci mtiir Mnrsii ssJd. h toMiHslilj lniiHW will prove bimseli t if he does ican hands bj the Russians who have been setting forts not ;:.;c Bpeok oul • anti-Semil ship to embarass our nation's confuted fori Oi : %  .: ::.: | Hemovi so on the heels lecision re-arm lh hi ib nations even as American ton ies *o deny the existence ol .. the Near Eas: a support, al ieas: ideologi Ihe new stcte oi Israel. ship arms to the Arab League nations is more a matter of economics than political strategy. The British are in severe economic straits The recent abandonment of Clement Atlee and Sccichsm and the return to a conservative tcrrr. of government underscores that fact. Prime ?.'::-.:s:e: Winston Churchill's unprecedented visit last week with President-elect Dwight D. .=. among other things Ihe result of en effort to obtain ear'.y rir.ar.cia". Btandings between the forthcoming Re; administration end London. Thus in its search for fcreiar. markets, the British Government r.as not been above rel :na :c a:, ela starr.pina ground and selling arms re. The Arcbs of course, gain by this emergent need. The effect of al! such ness arrangements' on Israel is contrarily sd so. The Moslem-led nations explicitly indicate that a state c: war ex:=:s between them and the new Jewish den.: Their recent i a: the United Nations in the defect c: a N wegian-inspired move to bring peace to the Neca and ?.'.ddle las: proves ey hope to maintain this wax and to capitalise on it thrcaah a suooess:ul conclusive action by .: lockade. There can be no guarantee that the Arab stores given renewed superiority in weapons %  • %  .. no: promptly open a military campaign against Israel. Egypt's position in this reoa-a has been symptomatic o: A:ao Near Eastern policy. General Naguib has (disappointed many observers by intensifying n.s"government s hostility toward the Jewish state. On the one hand, he has beer, reo-ent.r.g Cairo Synagogues during the Sabbath Observance pressing forward n.s spir/ual and traternci identification with the lev.-; On the other General Naguib is now is trie home and which is causing US pres' WM ,hl Primary topic of his addrea v iA limner He declared that this subject had He will tcke the oath o! office with the %  eoi economy on his shoulders while the upbuilding oi US armed forces goes steadilyJP" : %  I the world forward and the demand for aid from abroad r.crdly d.rr.ir.ishes. In the face of these many paradoxes, we hope -he General acquits himseli and our nation well. The barb oi militarism end civilian' %  .iin AS I SEE IT. THE MAJOR LEVEL of M-niiican • revolved about a bravely stated • who speak for peace are nece--.inly Co sUllini DCepUon easily led to a candid wew of n 1. for one. hold with Senator MOM distinction must be made between social chan. whichi humankind and change whose end is en-!a\ement nunesl • blindness to such a distinction has beeni I Bible for its failure actively to attract the -jpportdf process o: extenc.no Egypt s blockade against soruur.y rcr the slightest hesitancy on the wri S^ l £ !" ?%?rV £? Ka £Z U3e ;: .-V : m !" *V -*W"l ever be a med^ ouez ^i... 3 :.:ec:.y opposes ~ ; "" c N The existence of c 'oxen a lead.no role position on. the Neca and Middle United Nations there. America ha? that position ana has viewed With anno.-:. ~: stin .t.cn o: oiscrder oontl.o: w::n allies and general regional disturbance In bight o: this our Governments tUei cs.on .as: week to tc.ov. Brita %¡ s example by Msding arms to the Moslem-led nations .5 no %  ess cm c.trooe man on impossible 30nfusioc ot terms. While apparently refusing [gruel's request made in February 195:. tor milit ass.stanoe within :r.e :ramewcr> c: tne Mutual security Act, the US now sees n: to sponsor t.-e enemies o: peace. We are persuaded that peace :n the Near eastern region is no: promoted by cseatinq cnUcal military imbalance through Ul-cdvised arms sales. This gives advantaae and encouxagement to potential aggressors instead Tae premature allocation of arms to the Arab states, m me abaence of any clear ormrmation o* a common fenth. may pove to be the first rl^S ^**5 "taUment payment* in the name of friendship" for a non^xiatent consideration. Last week the American Zionist Counc.1 ESTJTrw ft D ^t-. decision Ta etter to Dean Acheson. In the waninq days of I*.* !" admimstiation. the protest will undoubtedly prove to be ineffectual. We can no help wondermg || this ^^ m ^ n H££ Tl i t ** •i—i on foreign policy by John Foster Dulles and the EW hower command. ^^ him, Eisenhower has at much to maqnify the glory of ha early days .n -ne White House BUI ne a.so .-.as much to overcor..• • • c kleness ot DC overcome him n turn. •IVSK Moves Uu.ul : ? ional %  %  o idea. urecu i.-IThose who ignore the fact that revolution ii ines 'till unenlightened areas identify themselves with ineptitude in this matter. Tbey do not take into arcotatl ible increase ol the world's population during the part *J *>00 million to two billion) Nor do they consider thai hamainly taken place in the sub-standard regions. It leconomies more than politics that will be inevitable changes. Students of our own history that the American revolution was also essentially I "ii. Hconflict Thus, prevalent US policy limed at re-orientation must lead to the disaster which Senator I Alternative measures precluding the possibility ell rise from the desire to acquire economi< rather' and from the stated rejection of war a^ •> means i %  ttems of society. The American Governsssol must recogm/i %  neel ; italism, along with democracy to the N other method will be effective in Ihe battle i sm The Russians speak peace but mesa tarn their end The L'S has been placed i ar while presumably meanm* I* • precisely because our government coin -•y whicn reriecrs the chanqe -"-on .ne part d me community toward h -f^ •** the I'SSR as one m which the t-_ "" r i < one They ither of the parties is the prue The stalas art i !. When it was regarded only wTchom V^L m the !" Wd the troubled people It is hentl TO BE DUBBED A COMMUNIST for these beliefs < -raued on Sunday evening. The fuu". able welfare organization has given r iffjI mor m odern viOTr :ly counselmg" 11*7S'lSLfiSf ^ '^ u !" s J'" v ,h<> !" ">^"c.l b^mes c^ious. tion oi prevalent needs Thi S i ^^ K i d '," h,v arine ^ "out the future. For i nog farmlres here as Tn oM ,. """^ ^^ ^^ Ul,h '" ,h "coming Republican a ^Tr !" ,^ W de gnomic scale"" 85 "* becoaS a Irnil^ "* "•"ot ** ^^L'2" ^ may be „^ ?, qenc >' whos services K And wh hu >* got to do with Israel* he pSfo^Bwelu H 2?" The dec *oa on Se the 7" T* !" "~5tW > America^ future pan ot Bureau omaals to charge a feeTrJ-lf %  JeWuh s,at *'** 'd. wiU lie the key to it* emphasize the profeiionaUauS. ; TiT, wpOTtin Cs* !" i"*and^lightened cap. It properly assumes ,h at r^ J !" i *"""*' on *^> conclusively dupled bis i '.. annsv K^nt *h* IHIUM FAT it *'** -— .—* Ma^viaaaiiai IICI/UVU->' J awiuy to make dut met tons between democratic and "tc and in its willingness to speak peace and e* persons seeking JSSB aid < indigent more than of its staff not all economically charitable basis l££!LS!?%' n a *>* Cftnvo y M me > MaU COntinus, Wwelcome. contmue to be regard •ongres-s. Senator Morse said is wattins for l' s %  v^^r,^ 1 n th *>I" conchaded. mutualiH jouthlu, democracy wUI be reduced to a inim** Si. 1"? oveTtoo I was Put in mid of uers^ Z*?? d n the late tweaties and early thiruta I appeal audience was atiniretb tontberl siaaiUrb ^ a ^fwted hali nalbon dollars in iautial gifts to I* P*n here.



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fcANUABY 16, 1953 +Jewlsttnt>r*ttor PAGE 5A rative Movement Leaders Will ie Here; Seminary Meet February 50 leaders of the bnservative Movement other than Florida alaccepted invitations to mid winter conference |uii Theological Semineriea. Miami Beach from Id through 8th. the connected to attract sev| r ,. ( | out-of-town dele.. Friedland. conference lannounced the appointweek of Charles H. as chairman of the anliet which will climax Cvc on February 8th. C vice president of the jch Jewish Center, curferrving as chairman of Residents Unit of the [ Jewish Appeal and as lof the Greater Miami %  prat ion. lion headquarters for pnce have been opened mi Beach Jewish Center. Kabbi Irving H. Lehrmn Group Meets lim Weizmann Group of I will meet on Monday, fl!h. at the Miami nmunity Center, 450 SW Jue. The program will lerican affairs and Zionrclations. Frueiitman Friedland man, co-clfairman of the conclave. The spiritual leader returned last week from Philadelphia where he helped launch the nationwide campaign to raise $2,343,000 in 1953 for the seminary, the United Synagogue of America and the Rabbinical Assembly of America. Rabbi Lehrman and Friedland also attended a special national planning session for the conference at the seminary in New York City. "We expect to announce an outstanding speaker for the conference in the.near future," Friedland reported. Organization of a Southeastern Region of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America is scheduled to begin at the mid-winter conference, with a concurrent convention of conservative leaders in the southern states slated. • L^kk r rv V>t \ £* %  lg 1 o J 1 h fl 1 mm fijy Rabbi Irving Lehrman 'extreme right), spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, launched the 1953 campaign to raise $2,343,000 for the combined budgets of the Jewish Conservative Movement, the Jewish Theological Seminary, the United Synagogue and the Rabbinical Assembly of America at a dinner in Ha r Zion Temple, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on January 6th. Shown with Rabbi Lehrman are (left to right) George M. Kohn, president of the Seminary's Philadelphi Branch; I. H. Rosenberg, chairman of the Special Gifts Committee; Rabbi Jerome Labovitz, executive director of the Philadelphia Branch; and Rudolph Fried, general campaign chairman. In Miami... Breakstone's NEW LOW PRICE -19 1 a container MygPER FLAVORi Yogurt Recommended by LEADING HEALTH AUTHORITIES AS A BASIC FOOD— HIGH IN PROTEINLOW IN CALORIES I For better digestion and regularity, try this wonderful nourishing food, and eaUvour way to better healthl AT ALL NEIGHBORHOOD STORES AND SUPERMARKETS I New Children's Delight! •LEMON FLAVORED YOGURT Miami Office 153 N.E. 29th St.. Phone 82-4731



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PAGE 6 A Miss Rema Jackson Chooses Ballerina Gown For Wedding At Lincoln Manor A candlelight ceremony at the <-^o!n Man^r eMnor I th united in marriage Miss Rema .lackson, daughter of Mr. SJld ""."" S'm 1438 Jefferson Avenue, and Will.am B. HertbrtHl, son of MrRose and ihe late Mr. Herzbrun. 500 15th Street. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated, assisted by soloist Sail) Pesso and the Irving Laibson Trio in front of an altar decorated tfltll WHIM gladioli, tube roses and chrysan j jn ^ |)lm M>|on .„„, | ace an( | then: um. Jerry Herzbrun. brother of the : was best man. Ushers were Herbert Herzbrun and Howard Levine. en in marriage by her father. the 'rule chose a ballerina gown. ivvietntrkliaiL !*H Mrs. William Herzbrun th a waltz-length, full gathered skill "f nylon tulle. The fitted •. : st, Of imported French chanfeaturing a hoopskirt. She earned a heart shaped fan of pale yellow slipper orchids, with matching hairdo. Bonnie Richard, cousin ol the groom, and Robin Herzbrun niece ol the groom, were flower girls, attired in powdt r blui and shell pink identical bell skirted gowns "i starched nylon Thej earned baskets ol : %  car nations Mrs Jackson, mother "i the bride, chose teal blue tulle and alencon lace, with double bronze slipper orchid corsage. Mother ol the -n>nm. Mrs Herzbrun, cinnamon taffeta with cocoa lace and a double green slipper orchid corsage Newlywed Mrs. Herzbrun ia graduate of Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami. She is a member of Helta Phi Epsilon Sororitj and past pres ident of Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter ol B'nai B'rlth Young Women The groom is a graduate ol New Jersej schools and ia member of Tropical Lodg(. B nai B'rith. A reception and dinner dance followed the ceremony Table dee orations for the wedding dinner were carried out in pink roses, Among out-of-town guests attending were Phoebe Jackson, Frida Flechler. (Vila Pomerantz. till) lace with sweetheart decolYvette Attinson and Panchon Feinlette, featured a scalloped offIder neckline with illusion inand long tailored sleeves ted at the wrist. Inserted bands of the lace formand Elaine Herzbrun sisters-in-law ed a peplum below the waistline of the gi Her lace Juliet cap held in place F I r goinj ensemble, triple-tiered finger-length veil the ported illusion. She carried man. aunts of the bride: Anno. Aronson, Agnes Richard. Dorothy Schwartz and Jessie Herzbrun. aunts of the a and Kathie faille with black velvet trim and ; %  :ite satin covered Bible cenblack accessories and white orchid corsage Upon completion of a honeymoon trip to Havana, the lere '. with two white orchids and %  red with stephanotis. Maid of honor was Miss Connie couple will reside at 1795 Noron. sister of the bride, attired mandv Drive. Personally Sar.ford G. Kimball. son of Mr and Mrs. Jerome Kimball. has reed to his studies at Emory ersity. where he is in the r year of the pre-medica! While in Miami, he helped celebrate the 25th wedding anni vera try of hiparents. Sheldon Waldman, of 2400 SW 12t!l Street. Miami, son ol Ml Abe Waldman, has been acted into the September. 1953 das; of Emory University Denl -> u 1. He received the BS i i from the University of Florida last Is now in the Graduate 1 at the l"n ersitj ol Miami SHARE MY BEAUTIFUL TWO-BEDROOM APT. c-i '.'iomi Bia-h, near 78th Street. Kitchtn privileges, separate refrigerc'sr. TV. S550 for season. Ph. 86-7^25 TV BKIIWIitS IVMDMi TtUVKIOH SZRVKl MIGHTS. SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS S3 for Call Thone CITY-WIDE TV 831298 Miss Kayc's Troth To Airman Is Told Honoring their daughter, Miss Joan Dorothy, and her fiance, Airman 2-C Norman Ratiner USAF, Mr. and Mrs Meyer Kaye, of 'ii>o SW 61st Avenue, were hosts at an 1 ipen House on Sunday, The bride-elect attendee! Miami Hi [h School and is employed bj the First National I Gables Mr Ratiner, si • I Mi : Mrs. J< teph Ratiner, 1031 enue Miami );• Cur tis Huh School in Staten Island New York, and I i \v He is cur"*entl> stati med al l: hh ns Vir I e Base, Mai The couple i i • be n arried late tiniSUNSET WATERFRONT Glamorous, Mod-rn, Handsome House; Large, Beautifully landscaped Grounds, Dock, etc. PRICE S30.000 TO Sff PHOHl 5-5486 RUSSELL WHITT, Realtor 8 SunsAvu -&„va I III' llOIIH' <)f SUNSHINE FASHIONS" Weil P.i m B#Bch ''-t. U.S. pat. off. Miami Miami Beach Ft. L.uderdale I -5 Miss Evelyn Herti Hurl/. Sasanoff To Have June Wedding At a reception al their home on December 28th. Mr and Mrs Edwin C Hert/. 3501 SW 16th Ter race announced the engagement ol their daughter Evelyn, to Mar tin Sasanoff, son of Mr and Mrs Ben amin Sasanoff, 1355 Drexel Vvenue The bride eleet graduated from Miami Senior High School and is a member of the Miami Public Libra r\ stafl Mr Sasanoff graduated from the University of Miami where he was a member ol Sigma Alpha Mu Era ternity He is now. an officer with the Miami Beach Police Depart ment. The couple plan a June wedding Candlelight Ceremony Is Scene Of R Kor Miss Diane Star And Daniel HHII In a candlelight ceremony in the Algerian R (M ,m 0 ,,' ^ Hotel on Sunday noon. Miss Diane Star and Mr !)„, exchanged their wedding vows. Rabbi Irving U-hrman %  Ingle rinii ceremony. P" 4The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs j^ Beach, was Riven in marriage by her father. The groom Mi I ilhaii Heller of Miami Beach and the late U UI g 1 Imported ivory cord lace designed In a fitted bodice and full-skirt ending in a long train fashioned the bride's gown The leg of mut|on -lee>es and scalloped yoke werc ,| ,1 with indecent sequins and seed pearls. Her illusion veil fell from a lace md pearl coronet. The Bible nhich she earned was borrowed [nun thgroom's sister, Mrs. Ar: luic \ Selevan, and was trimmed with white orchids and stephanMaid "f Honor was Miss Hclene Milbauer whose gown was of mint green chiffon Best man was Vic, tor I Eber. Flower girl was Miss Linda Debra Selevan. age five, niece of the groom, who wore a pink and white organdy dress. George Hines' orchestra furnished the music for the wedding and I.,nee which followed, and Marcel created the floral decorations. A luncheon dinner was served following I toast to the newlyweds in champagne. Mrs Heller, a graduate of the Universit) of Miami, is a teacher at South Beach Klementary School on Miami Beach She is corresponding secretary of the Miami Chapter of Women's American OBT and ia member of Kappa Helta Pi Honorary Education Societj Mr Heller, a practicing attorney in Miami, is a graduate of both New York University and Harvard L'niversitj Law School He is commander of the Jewish War VeteranMiami Beach Post No. 330. president of the Hi-Rite Class of the Scottish Kite 32nd degree Masons and %  director of the Mi'ami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, Some 100 guests attended the (wedding Out-of-town guests inCluded Mr and Mrs Biendel, aunt and uncle of the bride, from New York City; Mrs Max Schwartz, of Forest Hills, New York, aunt of the groom; and Mr and Mrs. Ben Leon, of Richmond, Virginia, aunt and uncle of the groom Following a honeymoon in New England, the couple will reside on Miami Beach Mrs. Daniel Htlfe —Vr""*/Going Formal? 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ulANUABY 16.19S3 pa ImilMllli %  %  ai ^VJUIHJf? f W> WJKJI7 <3 PAGE 7 A Ian, Rabbi Cas< el V ows Solemnized ping an heirloom lace handkerchief worn by her greal nunt at her wedding to the president j synagogue in New York City, B nai Jeehurun, Mrs. Peggy Kaplan exchanged vows last Sunday H>i Abraham M. Cassel at the Kneseth Israel Synagogue. L m marriage by he-mother and uncle, Mrs. Helen De Frece and Mr. Ben De Frece the bride L,wn of dawn pink silk, with layers of pink tulle petticoats lining the full skirt of the gown Vured a portrait neckline. Her hat was of iridescent pink sequins with white pearls rnv carried a bouquet of Eta, lillies of the valley tube roses above a Bible %  dally for the occasion %  usalom, Israel, by the bf the groom. William Masur and Mrs. I lt;il. sister of the bride, %  irons of honor. Dr. MalFernmn. nephew of the \ubest man. Giving Rabin marriage were his law and sister, Mr. and Bore Cicrson, of Miami, former students of the Bluart Goldman and Berllin. of Miami Beach, actlers. %  ing at the wedding cererhich was attended by <>f residents here, were fcuis A. Cassel, brother of |m. and Rabbi Moses Mesbresident of the Greater ahhinical Association. ParRabbis included Joseph. pcoh Kaplan. Max Shapiro, ttni^h. Simon April, ShmarBr.-ky. Mayer Abramowitz, faxman, Irving Lehrman, gekovsky and Harry Etnf the area were part pi choral group in honor femony and were directed |a:n.iels. with Joseph SchTancl Hy Fried at the orKluded in the Cantorial %  were Cantors Abraham Kneseth Israel, Samuel lerel Kelemer. David Kdward Klein, Jack |n. Irving Robinson, Aron en. Jacob Tambor, Elisha Arthur Wolfson, Morris ouis Velsky and I. KasIrving Kelemer, repre[ie youth of the communa special prayer honor%  ouple. ormer Mrs. Kaplan was from Julia Richmond !. New York, and the Academy of Dramatic Kelly, she has been affilivarious official capacities Sisterhood of Beth Sholil< Board of Education of klom and was organizer of Education and the PTA io on the Board of the fouth Commission and the rid Social chairman of <^>txlctlu J l/eiaftt, i ot* HELEN ALPERT Mrs. Abraham Cassel the Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah. She is an ardent worker for Bonds of Israel. The bride's father, the late Zion Bernstein, was listed in the original Who's Who as one of the pioneer merchandisers in New York and as the founder of Norton's Store there. s Rabbi Cassel has been the spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Congregation for the past two years and is founder and director of its Psychological and Guidance Clinic, where he has been treating people of all faiths. He has also been conducting a psychological program on the radio called, Guide To The Perplexed. The groom formerly held pulpits in Claremont, New Hampshire; Glen Cove, Long Island; and Washington Heights, New York. Before coming to Miami Beach, he was the spiritual leader of the Jewish Center in Hoboken. New Jersey. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, the New Jersey Psychological Association and the Florida Psychological Association. He is the only ordained Rabbi in the State of Florida who is also a practicing Psychologist and Psychotherapist. Rabbi Cassel is a graduate of Yeshiva University and Columbia University. At present, he is completing his research tor. Shtafman hal Told ... • ment of their daugh<•. to George ShtafK. son of the Michael Brooklyn, New York, 1 I by Mr. and Mrs. Max l<'"> 10th Street, Miami •i r is a sophomore at Pr ity of Miami, where she ii In Health Education. i~ stationed with the •' sonville, Florida. luple have set no date for 11 \ "& b*t Marilyn Behar Miss Beverly* Kausch Beverlye Keusch Is Engaged To Corporal The engagement of their daughter, Beverlye, to Corporal Seymour Jaffe is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Keusch, 1010 SW 62nd Avenue. Society editor of the Tamiami News, the bride-elect is a junior journalism major at the University of Miami, where she belongs to the Quill Club and Lead & Ink. Miss Keusch is also publicity director of Tempo. U of M magazine, and associate editor of TV magazine. Corporal Jaife. a radar instruc wards a Doctor of Philosophy'degree in Psychology there. He is a member of the Rabbinical Council of America, the New York Board of Rabbis and the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. He is also on the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Following the marriage ceremony. Rabbi and Mrs. Cassel left for an extended trip to Cuba. Taking over the Rabbi's pulpit while he is away will be his brother, Rabbi Louis A. Cassel. June Wedding Bells For Hoslvn Cohen Miss Roslyn Cohen June wedding bells are in the offing for Miss Roslyn Cohen. Announcement of her engagement to Irwin I. Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Schwartz. 4580 Post Avenue, is made by the brideelect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Cohen, 2458 Flamingo Drive. Uisa Cohen graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami, whore she was a member of Delta Phi Kpsilon Sorority. Mr. Schwartz also attended the University Of Miami. His fraternity is Ta'i Kpsilon Phi. tor for th? Air Force at Keesler Air Force Base. Mississippi, is the son of Mrs. Flora Jaffe and the late Charles Jaffe. Brooklyn. New York. He graduated from tafayette High School and the Pierce Institute of Television there. The couple met at a party four years ago while Miss Keusch was vacationing in New York. No date has been set for the wedding. Mass Initiation Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a mass initiation on Tuesday, January 20th. at Simpson Park Hall. A candlelight* service will be featured. Mrs. Herman Goldsein is in charge of refreshments. "Well," said Rose Kogan in great satisfaction, "I've never been to a Coronation, but now that I've attended the Rabbi Cassel-Peggy Kaplan wedding, I can guarantee I've been to its American equivalent." The Sunday nuptials took place in the Kneseth Israel Congregation which simply rocked with the presence of 4,000 for a capacity of 1,000. The bride wore pink. Glowing observers were here handsome children Mrs. Kogan was enthusiastically reporting the event to friends gathered later that evening at the William Loebs', where newlyengaged Bob Loeb and Rhoda were receiving at the door. "Well my goodness," I said to tall Bob whom I'd last seen as a teenager, "you've grown sol" "And you," he said kindly, "have shrunk." You never know what cosmopolites you'll meet at the Loebs'. There was a Holland group, and a Canadian group from Montreal. And a long-distance from New York named Michele whom we catalogued as French. And Florrie't brother Eric who flew from Holland to execute perfectly a combination barn dance plus minuet to rhumba music — talented boys, these Dutchmen! ON TOUR: Coral Gables' Sally Wellin, who's been guiding the B'nai B'rith Women of Miami through a successful infancy, will be luncheon-feted by its Board before she leaves for the executive conference in Virginia. They'll all be meeting and eating at the Biscayne Terrace on January 21st. Some of the leaders are corresponding secretary Elinor Goldstein, first veepee Dorothy Coe, secretary May Newmark, treasurer Rita Ravts. President is Mrs. Harvey Herman who got so gripped seeing her husband build that tremendous business place in the northwest for wholesale radio and television, she decided she'd match his industry by having the house painted News from surgeon-dentist Dr. George Einhorn is that his new office is located on SW 21st Avenue. In the old office on Coral Way hung a mounted sailfish. He and his wife are fishing enthusiasts — maybe they needed bigger room to hang more prize catches! FroiT: Saul Worth a fistful of action notes: that Lucille Weiss and Mrs. Horowitz are working apace for the February 23rd huge public concert at the Beach Auditorium of the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra .. that the AZA group of B'nai B'rith has launched a teenage club which is ardently raising funds for Israel — so if you see 16 youngsters pulling around in wagons, carts and autos, give them all your old newspapers. Their hearty assistant is the Young Adults' Bob Stone A romantic night is tabbed for a Baker's Haulover beach party > this Saturday by Tropical Lodge. Bob Stone or Budd Cutler have your I tickets Elaine Krause is one of the figures behind a March of Dimes dramatic sketch for the Young Adults at the Miami Beach Community Center Their membership dance is Sunday night Ronald Fern says he's used to all those startled looks — he's a look-alike for Hollywood's Jeff Chandler. Ronnie's now the Roney's assistant auditor. FOCUS: Prompter than prompt, as is usual, was Dr. Abraham Wolfson's immediate typewriter and pen. Mrs. Sonya Gerbert, says he, is a true poet. Her Yiddish poems he quoted are from her book, "Strings from my Heart". They sparkle, and "they charm the reader with their simplicity and effective manner of describing emotions — nature, war, humorous poems, holiday poems, and delightful children's songs and tales." A Miamian, she's always being pressed to read aloud — her friends always urge her to tuck a few poems under her arm — like a violinist with his sweet fiddle — on her way anywhere It was Stormy Weather, braved by Ethel Machtei and others on Friday when they turned up to hear Mrs. Irving Abrams vividly paint the latest-brilliant moves by Brandeis University. In blue velvet and a pearl choker, Stella Turk looked almost too delicious to step out as Greater Miami chapter president of the Women's Committee. However, good successor stepping in was Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg Elsie (Mrs. Johni Kronenfeld always ignites swirling admiration with her unique metal jewelry. She doesn't particularly like stones, so depends upon stunning designs, gladly plucking off earrings, necklaces, brooches, anything you want to drool over more closely She's the Atlanta Weinkle family, and when grandma found John, that sudden blackout in Atlanta was the quick fade of all the fellas at Emory and Georgia Tech HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER: Utterly fascinating in the pioneer tradition is the building of South Dade's first Jewish house of worship. All faiths are contributing to it, because they're all neighbors in the Redland District. Twenty years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Max Losner moved to Homestead from Tampa, and opened a dry goods business. Their small sons were Paul, Irving and Monroe. A bit earlier, the Silvermans had moved to Florida City, and they also had three small sons — Edward, Samuel and Meyer. Silverman became Mayor of Florida City. Down in Goulds was the Altman family. And until 1930, that was all. Over in Tampa, young Herman Marks began wondering if his Uncle Losner's letters could possibly be true — about this beautiful country down here. So he and his wife came to check. And stayed. Losner it now president of the First National Bank, grown-up Paul is the bank's vice president and owner of the Max Department Store, and Herman Marks is on the Homestead City Council. The Marks' daughter Rennie, co-ed at the University of Florida, was the first Jewish child born in homestead at the first hospital, the Fiske. And natch — the other kid born there was Billy Losner, Paul's son Soon the name of Ben Leff replaced the Altman's, when he bought them out in Goulds, then re-settled in Homestead. The thriving Overseas. Highway shortly washed out memories of the depression, and a great winter farming industry arose. It electrified Jewish produce men and buyer*. South Dad* suddenly looked like something special — which is what the Losners, Marks, Lefts and Silvermans had been saying all the time! And next week you'll hear about William Raskin, Jules Cherry, the Irving Barnetts, the Julius Finkles, Sidney Peckett — and how they improvised a tiny shul in the Odd Fellows Hall —



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PAGE 8 A Merrill Concert Is Planned By Sisters v ith all activities directed towards its forthcoming Robert Merrill Concert, the Sisterhood of the M mi Beach Jewish tenter will present ;i sketch of the lite of this ,1 Ixiritonc of the Metropolitan Opera at its ne\t meeting on Monday January 13th. 1:15 p.m. Milton Sirkin. program chairman, announced that a biog. ol Merrills career will be ated bj Mrs. Irving Lehrman. A: ther highlight of the program recorded excerpts from his tic triumphs and famous balla< with an accompanying comtary bj Cantor David Silver • • he I! ibert Merrill Concert will i place on February 18th. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Mr Joseph A. Berman, president oi -.he Sisterhood, indicated that the' concert will be its one fund itj affair for the season and be -taged for the benef't of the Religious School of the Center. Syman Could Airs Vegetarianism Here -ymon Gould, associate editor ol he American Vegetarian, will I. % %  ire tonight. 8 p.m.. at the William Penn Hotel. Subject of Gould's talk is schedu:-; as: How Vegetarianism Hi p Modern Man. uld will also appear I the Spinoza Outdoor F< I row afternoon. 3 p.m oi ie home of Dr Abn Uth Street and Oceai ti iscuss i irganio dace And Its Relati >n T H< ith. ID an announce: w< k, Gould indie.. Ma&ich. of the I--. I gel S iety, has pr ; ie ing the pc"; es in *he event of universj phe. 1 la !'• C&ato* Dedication! Ceremonies wUI be held at the Flagler-Sranada Jewish Community Center on Sundaj evening p.m.. marking the dedication ol two classroompresented b) Natn an Adelman and family in m. of Mar) B. Adelman and N and Abe Kurman in mem %  Emma and Isaac Kunr.an Guesl speakers will be Ra David Shapiro and Max Shapiro The Women's Group ol ter has undertaken to run an Annual carnival and Bazaar which will be held on March 8th Mrs stiller will act as chairman Mrs Walter Stewart will be in : food, with Mrs Ben (loin taking care ol donations and Mrs Stiller will be assisted b> the Board of the Women's Group which consists oi the Mesdi Jack Cohen. Alvin Newman, Phil. Shift. Aaron Shapiro. Mortj I Herman Feldman and Charles Blau. The regular monthl> meeting ol the Women's Group will be held on January 22nd The monthly luncheon Will be on Januarj 27th, with Mrs Leon Bernard as chair man. The Center's Board of Directors met last niiiht with Samuel Kirschner presiding. The following Nominating Committee was elected at the last gen era! meeting Sidney stiller. Charles Adelman. Edward Peyser, %  :and Jack Cohen. HKJHHP SEEDED Urgent pleas for blood for the eight-year-old daughter of a wounded World War ll-Korean vsteran are being made here. The child, a victim of leukemia, is receiving direct transfusions at home. Blood type needed is O-Negative. Donors are requested to telephone 58-7597. Lowe Gallery Features Exhibits Two new exhibits will iniversitj ol Miamif I lerj nexl week Pi' h 1 "" 1 '" ll r S2S can Exhibil stituteof .''"' r members' preview Monda; I thepublii exhibil through Februarj 8th %  ti Rembrandl purer and other masl be o. i in 23rd. v the} will remain until The Musical which opened last week vthrou :1 ""' raphs bj Klara I :! exhibit in the print room maj be seen through Wednesda) Januarj 2tot ""PAY, IANUABY i,, Mobile Wood 1 "nil At (alible* Vnnouncemenl was m**' this { t ers Blood Bank exigence „,,.;, i.x A K.lgar *U>r. president ,,, ,|,e Coral Gables Jewish Center. that due to emcrcency requests „ r bl I Ihe MuM Mobile Unit „,,„,,, beat the Center on Tuesday ,.,„„„,., 20th, B p.m. through 8 m In the lew month! of the ('enP m iate assistance has bee„ needed emergenciej." MUW" 1 I emergency requests adding that blood was large quantities and t Bank is now empty Ladies of the gtaWrajl son'e supper to alUhodoJ the Center Bl<.< Bank. The Family of the Late Rabbi Jacob J. Honiq acknowledges with gratitude the many expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement ABE CHIEL SAYS: The I'i nest and Bent Meat and Poultry is Yours (or the Askinal Serv'.nq Greufer /Kami for 20 Ycors uality Kosher Meat and ^ Poultry Market 1961 S.W.Sth Street Miami. Florida Telephone 82-5001 MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Smoother Tastier! Fresher! Recommended as a basic Health Food — Custard smooth, easy to digest. \0GURT Sunny Hhook Cteanwiy, 9n*. Phone 9-0601 2180 N.W. 13th Av,„ Miami. H. MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! *•*, MANUfACTUMD I f • for the information of contributors to Israel causes in 1953 T in INSPIRING JOB of immigrant absorption and economic stabil turn ;n Israel is under way. ("he more than 700.000 Immigrants brought to Israel since 1948 must be knit into the fabric of a stab!.-. viable, creative society, rhousands upon thousands of additional acres musl be put under cultivation, Agricultural settlements and housing projects must go up everywhere. I his effort to make the land more fruitful and its immigrants productive and Mlt-.ustainint! represents the must chalk-rcing and formidalile task since the start lour and a half TOM ago ol th.c dramatic ::nd unprecedented l ff" h "*1 ,f exiles. In 1953. Ihe task of providing free funds for these great and urgent programs is the continuing responsibility ol ihe I KITED JEWISH APPEAL. UJA dollars are the lifeblood ol Israel's new. dynamic society 1 hey are vital to Israel's healthy growth. Iii 1953, then, UJA funds must How \vith renewed vigor. Warranted and Unwarranted Campaigns In addition to the I \l 11 I) Jl WISH APPEAL, there arc other authorized organizations with established records ol constructive work in Israel that can claim public support in ;f.c United States. Ihe Jewish Agencj lor Palestine, with the support of the Israel Government, and in response to requests from the oreani/cd Jcish communit) in the United suites, set up in 1 ( >49 a COMMITTEI ON CONTROI \M> Ai rilORIZATION Ol CAMPAIGNS. 1 his Committee passes on the validity and general usefulness oi all proposed campaigns for institutions and projects in Israel. On occasion, new campaign for limited purposes have been launched by individuate and organintJMai Some of these have put forth claims not always warranted by (acts, and have requested support out ol proportion to their importance. When in Doubt I he ( ommittee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns will shall) publish its 1953 list ol authorized campaigns. Until sueli a List il published, whenever you are in doubt write to the JEWISH AGEN< V FOR PALESTINE, Committee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns, 16 I ast 66th Street. New York City. However, nothing surpasses the importance of the UN1TF.D JEWISH APPEAL lor Israel's future. The country's great potential of material and moral growth depends on continuous, uninterrupted support of UJA. In 1953 a contribution to the UNITED JEWISH APP1 AI is an investment in Israel's stability and a vote of confidence in the 1.500,000 men and women who are building a powerful democratic society m the Middle East The JmeUh tgeney for Ptdettine urget the American Jevi'h puMfr u, $uppori la# I MTED 1KWI8B APPEAL in 1953 triih in mi,,i generotUy, IN GREATER MIAMI The UNITED JEWISH *PPEAL is supported by < ombin<>HJ t .,ri M h Appeml GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION '''"V^V^^^VWV'VV'V^V^



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IY, JANUARY 16, 1953 ledule Testimonial Dinner For Rabbi :kovsky; Leaders Are To Participate arris J. Altschul, communal Ir and Miami Beach resident, Accepted the chairmanship of Testimonial Dinner to be tenRabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky ribute to his service to the nunity and his congregation, p.announced by Hyman Sher, Jdent of Congregation Beth for H. Kramer, of Miami and New York, will serve as ptary to the Dinner Committee, dinner will take place on lay evening, February 22nd, lc Hotel Edward, king with Altschul on the er Committee are Kramer, ICiment, Louis Ciment, N. H. stein. Abraham Cohen, L. J. Krantz, Joe Kaplan and Schcchter. blii Rackovsky, who is servts spiritual leader of Congrcli Reth Tfilah for the seventh vu previously Rabbi in SyrNew York. A graduate of %  abb] Isaac Elchanan TheologBiininary. he holds over ten Inical degrees, six of which reived in Israel. of the diplomas he possessreceived from Rabbi A. I. >f Jerusalem. Ibbi Rackovsky is acknowlia national leader and rity n Jewish law," PresiBher said. "He is one of the ffuished members of the Un^ Orthodox Rabbis of the S'ales and Canada, as well I he Rabbinical Council of ea oiu sponsors of the dinner lerman Berk, I. Brenner, S. Iwi i. Nathan Cinsburg, Rab|exander S. Gross, Samuel an Samuel Heller, J. KaufLobel, Morris Labov. RabBni; I.i hrman, Dr. Irwin Ma|". Aluaham Mason. bi Moses Mescheloff, Sidney Inter, Stanley Phillips. Sam[einhar d, Benjamin Sherry, jsed Shel Emess I Install Officers \h\ Simon April will install ol the Sisterhood Chesed |Kmes on Sunday evening. r> 18th, 8 p.m., at the Miami | School and Congregation. l-rael Goldberg will assume line of president. Others to (tailed are the Mesdames Louck and Rachel Sakowitz, vice % 


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PAGE 10 A Soviet Government Arrests New 'Spies' Continued from Page 1 A the last few weekReports received from the East zone state that last week more Jews were arrested there and charged with being "Zionist and imperialist agents." Few Jewremain in the higher echelons of the Communist Party in East Germany, the reports assert, and in many cases Jews have been expelled from the only organization of victims of Nazism in the country At present there are only about 2.500 Jews left in East Germany. An order seizing the property of Jewish families who have not returned to the Soviet-held part of Germany has been issued by the Communist authorities there according to information received in Bonn. Jewish property worth several hundred million dollars will now formally pass into the hands of the East German Communist administration. The German press featured news of the escape from East Germany to West Berlin of Dr. Leo Zuckerman. former assistant to East German President Wilhelm Pieck Dr. Zuckerman had been branded a "Zionist spy" by the }".;-! German Communist Party Pr Zuckerman. a Jew. fled to West Berlin with his wife and two children. I'ntil recently. Or. Zuckerman i chief of the President's Chancellery. The Communist Party statement said he had tried t" force Soviet-zone Jews to band to r in a Jewish community to receive aid from the Joint Distribution Committee which the i r~.uni>t statement said was "an American espionage agencj Interrogation of Jews Reports published in the Lon( -. press state that hundredof Jews in government jobs in Soviet-dominated countries of Eastern Europe have been "interrogated" by the peoples' police, and I rrany have been "hounded out of j their jobs by vague chargeol supporting Jewish and American %  imperialism These same uolinist with the L'niversitj of Mian-.i Symphony Orchestra under the late Dr Arnold Volpe. Protest To Provoke Hot Commons Talk Continued from Page 1 A designed to prove that British forces at Fayid have recruited 2.000 "Zionists" — former mem bers of the extremist Irgun and Stern groups — who are being held in readiness to earn.out "terroristic acts" against Egypt it was reported today from Cairo i Stand Discussed A spokesman for the State Department in Washington confirmed that Henry Byroade. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, has discussed Eg) pt with British officials and indicatcated that the discussion may have included a proposal by Sccretan Byroade that Egypt become a member of NATO and receive militarj aid. The spokesman. Michael McDer mott, had t>een asked to comment on a British report that Mr. B>has suggested that Egypt become a member of NATO, and in Egypt would become eligble I 'in military assistance, Mr McDermott said it seem ed apparent that the report "from some speculation of one genet tian pments Hi Ided. here in thi partry.. nt not in a positioi to confii %  ny the si rj in : %  %  lmistfhr*#a!L Zamora Sisterhood Installs Members The SistcrhooJ ol Zamora .lew ,-h Center consei rati I •'•' nfW ers on The I ''• : : "'" Mrs I I in sident Charter ; m d the MeIan es Sam Altman. Vurrax Har-on. Arttl II %  %  rah. Eh Einbeinder. John Freshman Ben Freidman. Paul Goldberg, Leon II. „•.:_ VI -"" Joseph R( Sam Raabi novich and Al Wyner Following tne ceremony, a plaque with the inscribed names o! the Charter memberwas presented to the -enter Presentation mi mi le bj MrSan: K.-.:nuVrJoseph Wii-hrot and MrK e Launtz rendered vocal selec lion-, accompanied by Mrs Dave Matter at the piano The closing prayir was given by MrMax Friedson At the weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge No 1591. B'nai B'nth. scheduled for Tue< daj Januarj -'0th. 12:15 p.m, at the National Hotel. Judge Vincent C i.iblin will be guest speaker ra>AY, 1AN1I... %  Miami Wind ow Julius Jay Perlmuffer, Miami Beach real estate broker kj* .^pointed to the five-man Board of Governors of the <> nlril '*l Florida Fl 1 Control District The district, which supenilS $208,000,000 control program, is now under way m thatW!H state Named to fill Fcrlmutter's chairmanship ( n t ne [),!u r J Zoing Board oi Adjustment from which he resigned b|!9 Cohen, Miami attorney The new chairman. appointed ,"Jr| former (iov.-rnor Fuller Warren on January 2nd. ia gra^w"!] Universities of Florida and Miami A distinctive emblem for the windshield oi volunteer, of thI).'C County Civil Defense Council are now being di**according to I. D. M seJz! the interviewing of witnesses in cases occurring on Saturdasti Sunda>Bet-^ih Godwin, Miami author of humorous verse, win nm Self Expression Through Light Verse course starting on Janiuni at the downtown YMCA. Registration opens today A nei was named last week by Miami city commissioners phim, attorney who resides at 1800 SW 13th Avenue, has been apfm, the City Planning and Zoning Board. He will fill the vacancy !" bj the resignation of William O. Singer whose term runs throvka 12th New constable who took office in Dade County las'. tH Leonard Tobin, insurance man who defeated John Babera,, election for District No. 5. LEGAL NOTICE Truman Warns Against Fear Continued from Page 1 A each idle accusation, each demonstration of hysteria — each newrestrictive law — is one more sign that we can lose the battle again-t fear." Fear, he affirmed, is "an enemy within ourselves, and if we do not root it out. it may destroy the very way of life we are so anvious to protect." Difficulties Foreseen Meanwhile, intensive proceedings against aliens and naturalized citizens next year are indicated by a breakdown of the estimated workload and expenditures of the Immigration and Naturalization Service for the fiscal year of 1954 as outlined in President Truman's message. NOTICE BV PLBL CAT 0\ '*s Thf C "C. T CC-RT OP THE ELEVEN-i (j O C'AL C.PCL' OP PLOR'DA. \ A\0 FOR DADE COCSTv s CA\CERY • 902 M1I,T"N M %  • %  %  %  %  • %  %  •' M W S Sam. MILTON %  .. xx %  i IN THE CIRCL:T CCRT OP TUB ELEVENTH JLDICAL RCll T^ FLOR'DA. IN CHAN;FRY i. -.„, Vo -WM4 USHKI ,. IKK Rent a TYPEWRITER ADDING MACHINE CALCULATOR All Late Models FREE DELIVERY AMERICAN Typewriter Co. 223 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3441 NOTICI l Of PUBLICAT ON \ ELt.N .; U.:..\.;i, : ... St-ttli [It, %  1.U-. ^ cA *v iolin Genius Come* f Only Once in a Seneiatconl, The Greater Miami Committee for STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS takes pride in inviting you to attend a stirring and memorable concert by tie world's foremost violinist Yeliudi MENUHIN Tnunday Evening, January 29,1953 at 8:30 P.M. Miami Beach Auditorium Yehudi Menuhin symbolizes the greot genius of Jew, in mujic ond the on,. The State of Uroel perwnifie, the Jewi*h geniu, *or p.oneenng buddmg, dreoming ond fighting for th, pr.servat.on of the .deal, and tradition, of our people. rearJLiV a n i nSP i rin9 L CCOii0n Wnen a U *Y 9'OOt porKjnolity ded ^, 9 o,t e / : W,i \ PeOP,e P-'-P^ in on even, the. 7, 'srael Bond, between January l,t ond January 29th to .SKIIS S n W y U Wi ^ te di "9 /our money will al^aJ? V r ,he r eCOnomic ^Pboilding Jrogrom. You for ,h. re, of your Jf^ "'' h0, Wl ^ ^' *" Tfcf knl %  ** ftw.. iMq h f ., Jai m it m n Y*J* Ita* CKK„ •""• MtHUISD.Y • ICAU Of avtD SiAT$ IU*TW 'vr^ O-ckMho,,,, ^ $IO(|0 *~ cu 100 01 15B A f t noiLAR I0NI •^ o^ O,h,,,00 "0" D.M "•^ ". J -1t 0 "* 0 cn ^ "' **" J4 ^* n*6i—*ttt r*>•• %  ^•tir •>• ifl uii MMH tN|c „ r TMU |# „„ mm ^ .^



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JANUARY 16, 1953 Kickoff Has Response Neighbor Day house-tonpaign brought "excellBts", according tp ComEhest volunteer workers nched the Red Feather Itan Division's drive last It 1 p.m. signal for the campaign urn the Goodyear blimp opped 1.050,000 red feathresidential areas here. Jthcr represented a dollar best's record goal. letropolitan Division, set[sights on $131,000, kept tgional offices open late 1s poured in from some house-to-house workers. ptains reported "over the Us in the first day of the I Benefits To Rescue Fund %  oneer Women's OrganizaBb No. 1, will sponsor a Thursday evening, JanId, 6 p.m., at Congregation Bah for the benefit of the lilding Fund in Israel. Essie Welensky is chairBrrangements, assisted by 9ames Celia Beckerman, Ihiiclitcr and Henry SeitIbi Joseph Rackosky will speaker. tDLER'S Mount Sinai Nurses PIaced On Five Day, 40 Hour Schedule Registered professional staff nurses at Mount Sinai Hospital were placed on a five-day, 40-hour week without a reduction in sal ary, effective yesterday, according to> Max Orovitz, president of the hospital's Board of Trustees. The decision makes Mount Sinai the first in the southern area to put the shorter work week into effect for nursing personnel as proposed by the American Nursing Association and the Florida State Nurses Association. "Recognizing that the 40-hour week has been accepted as the bas ic work week by the majority of professional and industrial groups throughout the country, it is the desire of Mount Sinai's administration to place its professional nursing staff on an equally high economic and social ltvel," Orovitz said. As a result of the new personnel policy, the hospital also aims to implement a program that will provide its staff nurses with a more stable family and social life by arranging that they have two consecutive days off as a regular weekly standard. *Jewisl>fhrkXan Obituaries PAGE 11 A l: !,'' ;KVK C. GARDNER •'•>. "I ZIZ0 S\V L'llth S|i|.,i .,_„..,I aa -••'-"u.ry T.h. In '';',',;, .'r'r,;;, 1 >" %  %  Ha la survived i, v his wife %  wa.i* and HiiiiMt-H .in, i Jam-1 ii e Slate Features For ,< -,,, .... )M iiAitn I -tia S\\ isih court, passed away s'li MM. I by his nit,Ueity on g^tor. Mr* Laura Manning !" Gladys I'lotkln. Hervieea were on Jan. uari 8th, at -The M.aml Mversfie* U-ry. Ue^n "' n, on M "'"' Nebd Ym: -. AXXIE WEIM8TOIN ,'..',', fMf ;" lli '-,-^">ii-. died on Jan, euVht l.-.r realdent here f.,r the past MO, !•.-. George. Kemalnn were aent .. New York City for servnes and L"ie y ""' Mii "" 1 l;,1 h 'tiyorIR MCAT, POULTRY AND FISH MARKET Pleasure and tnenca We Will Carry .-. Full Line of Is POULTRY and FISH end Choice Grades Only Call Adler L-vine at 2-2279 | ON HE TRAll 32 5.W. 8th STREET Wising Salesmen J.ST BE EXPERIENCED 1 Deol — Cor H*tttsmry PHONE 3-2365 krtising Salesmen (term deal. Excellent prapo experienced men who CM 1208, PACIFIC BLDG. TO SELL IIB BARBER SHOP Incoln Rd., Schools S'on Ave., Miami Beach $3,500 Phone 58-4929 Volunteers Mass For Telethon One of the greatest concentrations of volunteers that the Greater Miami Community has ever experienced will be seen in connection with the United Cerebral Palsy Telethon on January 24th and 251 h. The Telethon, a 14-hour television show, opens at the Miami Beach Auditorium. 11 p.m.. on the night of January 24th. Some 300 members of the Communication Workers of America, Local 3107, have volunteered their services to work after their regular working day. Dennis James will emcee the show. Martha Raye is chairman of the Talent Committee, and such top stars as Ray Bolger, the Vagabonds. Charlie Farrell, the Novelites. Preacher Rollos, Ted Wills. Phil Brito and a host of others, will appear during the all night show. Burnett Roth is chairman of the Telethon Committee. 7, i-lrloltl. M. ISAACS 73, of 1^0 South Shore I >i ive. died oil i5?"Z %  • %  survived by his New' % £*%. "f*!" "•'• ""t to Hew Fork i Ity for aenrlces and interment by the Miami B ea.h Riverside. SAMUEL KIHT >f 1838 Collins Avenue, died on January gth ,,,. |, survived by hi" wife. RM and two daughters, Mr* Beverly i.ustieami .\n 8S Dlanne. Ke: mains were aenfto Chlcaao, Illinois, EE T r .."'''*. an 1 Interment by the Miami Beach Kiveralde. | HERMAN STERN 64, of 3425 Collins Avenue, died on January lth. He la survived by his wife, Knee. asMnalna wart sent to New lork City for services and Interment by ,h* Mt n.nl H ea, h River",,le -, H ."rf' IP H'HMKRTZLKR ...I, of Si.t Eu.llil Avenue, died on January nth. A ,.,idem here forthpast %  •" Mar. and co-owner of the Belvedere Hotel, he is survived by his wite, Lil.ta.i. one s„„. PhflNp; ;o.,e d.u. E h.', ,h Mroella Hi K er; an.| one hmther ami four slstera. Senie* were ... the Miami Beach Riverside on January nth R< malnj wen en) to Brookljn, N ew York for IntermenT LiEB POST ','' %  % %  I0J M haan Avenue, died on I llth Remains were aent to New v..ik, for -• Int. nn. nl b; i he M ml Bea. I. I Sholom Sisterhood Two special attractions will fea ture the next meeting of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, according to an announcement by Mrs. Aaron Farr, on Wednesday, January 21st, 12:30 p.m. A gala testimonial in celebra tion o£ the 40th anniversary of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods will be presented in the form of a candlelighting ceremony depicting the four decades of NFTS. Mrs. Leon J. Ell, past president of the Sisterhood and a member of the National Board of NFTS, will review the highlights of the national organization. Mrs. Jules Channing and Mrs. Norman Babel will participate in an illuminating playlet. Another feature of the meeting will be a talk by Major Samuel Nieman, of the Treasury Department. State of Israel, on the role of the Jewish woman today. Voting Adults Set Slate Of Officers The Young Adult Group-of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will meet on Wednesday, January 21st, at 8:30 p.m. Nominations will be made for the forthcoming election of new officers. The program will include a skit prepared by Burt Tumpson. co-chairman of the Program Comanittee. There will also be an appeal for the March of Dimes. Prior to the general meeting, the Social Committee will discuss plans for a Membership Partv on February 21st, with Bob Stone as chairman. -• FUMIGATION MM NYLON TENTS •* MSCATNi fAVO.PKa^7lT LEW PRICE •, i, ol 213 Collins Avenue, .li.-.i aud'.' %  ISth A New Vork enl !> la -nr-. \,-,| > %  hli Ifrea I %  R, „ .,,... Xi w Vork Cltj for -. vlcei ami interment by the Miami B. RlV, I. NATHAN I.AKKi.WTPZ 14, ..f ii BW llth Avanue, died on January 7th. A resident hare for the paal IL' yeara, he s survived by three eons, t\\.. daughters. Including Mrs Anne Braunsteln, ,.f Miami, a brother, hlldren and a (real arandchlld. Servlcea were a. the Gordon Puneral Home, with Interment on Mount blnal Comotary. JOSEPH MITOSKT M, a winter visitor, died on Sunday. Remains were sent to Atlantie City. New Jersey, for earvlcea and Interment by Beach hfemorlal Chapel. JACOB HOROWITZ 18, %  winter Visitor, died on January loth. Remains were sent ... Chl> e..Kn, lllii...is, for eervlcea and Interment by Beach Me.....rial Chanel. Free Loan Meeting The Hebrew Free Loan Association of Greater Miami will meet on Monday evening. 8 p.m., at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. ANISCHEWITZ MATZOS SAMUEL J. KOSLBN 6.".. of il Surf.-l.ie Boulevard, died ...i January nth. A resident tore f..r the pasl • u-iii years, he la survived bj his wife, one .n. a daoarhter, tn.. brothers, i\\< alatera ami fi\>grandrhildi • Rama na ^ re aenl to Cleveland, Ho... f,.: services and Interment by th.Gordon Miami Beach Chapel. HERM \N BENJAMIN 72, ..f ?•;•'... 8W 25th Terrace, >.%  1 har< A realdenl f-.;' the paal l". yeara, wer. nl .he .lordon l-'un• : Home, with Rabbi Jacob Kaplan i %  i ini Interment wa in Graceland Cemetery, (NSALTED eal for [alt-Free Diets! J Snack-lull of fasft — you'll lovt 'uml BEATRICE 8BIDMAN 10, ,.f i •: %  • s\v SSth Avenue, .lie.l on January I'th. A realdenl hi re for the paal T years, aha is survived by three daughter! Inctudlna Mrs. Edith J-.rdan and Mrs. Myrtle Poncher, ..f Miami, two brothers and three sisters. Services were ..i the Gordon Funeral lb,me. with interment on Mount NebO Cemet. POCONO HIGHLAND CAMPS G I %  I S •NIJCMfWirZ UNSALTiO 100% WHOLl WHtAT MATZOS INSURAN 0JWL ABRAHAM IKiTKLN tO, .f IS8I BW :'is. Terrace, died hi re II, i-!:i\.\.-.l b> his son. Albert; and n daughter, MrWith Uubln. Kemalm were sent to WashiiiKton, n.r f..r Ber^'lcea and Interment by the Gordon l ud< ... Home. MORTON PELDBERG 7^. of j". pervtat \\-mi,-. Opa Locka, died hare. \ .. >ld< i I for the past two yeafs, he ii ir^ -i by bis son, nd two daua hu ra, Mra 1-" i Nl. Mi In Ina I.. -. sent In Buffalo, N R Fork. I i Intai ment by Hi. .ioidon I meral ll mi 4/0 IINCOIN ROAO MIAMI BEACH. FLA PHONE 5 ?97R / ,[AR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK i'Wffl GAKDIH Of nilN.I tflCI Bernard E. Supworth, Pres. .* ^* U TT 0 OAD, SOUTH MIAMI PH. 67 3*4? Teraw Man; Be ArrsMflael H Deiired DORIS Kl'BLIN 37. of ::• .1 KM 34th • I sudd< nl] on P inda \ %  • 'Id. i l hei • f. i huaba:. : ro aona, Leon .1.. i N thel M • Ids Hmanron ihre. brol M< yei v. and a Ml Idl '• I'm |l with Interment i 'emei,-i i BOYS SEPARATE CAMPS llth 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. Superb facilities and housing, well balanced program of activities on land and water; mature and responsible supervision; resident practicing Physician, 4 nurses (R.N.) Camp mothers. Florida group escorted to Camp. One of the North's outstanding Camp Organisations. Wrife far Como/efe Oefails or Contact local ffepreseafstive and Member of Sfoff MURRAY BAUM 173S S.W. 17th COURT, MIAMI, FLORIDA Ph. Miami 2-2197 Philo. Office: New Jersey Office: 90S Finance Bide. 10 Burr Read Bertram U. Weinberg, MA, LIB. Maolewood, N.J. Director Earle U. Weinberg, B.S.E. Director ••• •rket ;i -SSH-: aOTTLIEB 14, ... s\* Pennsylvania Avenue, died \ realdenl for the paal si\ she is aurvtvad by her -...n. Bervlrea ware* a I the M.ami It.-ai h Rlveralde, with Interment on Sloiint Nel. .'emetery. SHBPARD KKSM.KIl of 1100 Collins Avenue, died Tuesday. A reaident here for the past 10 years, he Is survived by his wife, a dauarhler. two (randehlldren and two treat I randchlldren. Servlcea ware at the liaini Beach Rlveralde. with Intermeat on Mount Kebo Cemetery. 1733 N. W. 7th AT4MM Phono 9-*56



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liewiisb-IEIIiDiciidliiaun Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1953 SEC. B Ictivities Set : or Yehudi lin Concert Lg I-chrman, president erence of Jewish Worn-, billions of Greater Mi : | toed last week that %  i Its for the Yehudi Meni.n January 29th, at each Auditorium, will Ei"! free for ambulatory' |\Yterans Hospital. The be given out by the I kmmittee at the Conferaider, a member of the j be staff of State of Is-1 IgtHflate last week addressan's Circle meeting in by Joseph Duntov. IsIhairman for the VYorkShnaider told of the and industrial nomade possible in the lonal Homeland through lin Bonds. U Beach meeting of the (addressed on Wednesbiolri Shapiro, Miami hies. (hards, of the National immittee, Zionist Orpf America, spoke bepiimil of Organization's |ai I lie Koyal Palm Hokntativea of major JewKions here were in atliscuss the current Istampaign and the Janh rt at the Miami |t on,i'N. singer of stage and rtained at the meeting. \v given by Seymour B. lairman of the Council Itions, and Mrs. Bess irman of the Women's Sol Cohen Sol Cohen Will Head North Shore Center Sol Cohen was installed as president of the North Shore Jewish Center last Friday evening. Officiating at the ceremony was Rabbi Mayer AbramowiU. spirit ual leader. A. Louis Mechlowitz, past president, transferred his duties to Cohen who served as vice president of the organization last year. Klected to serve with Cohen were William J. Harris, Seymour B. Liebman, Jacob Mayblum, Sam Sklar and Abe Weintraub, vice presidents;; Sydney C. Lyons, treasurer; Dan Wagner, financial secretary; Lester Lasky. secretary; and Morris Fenster, corresponding secretary. Mrs. McCaffrey To Discuss Israel At Zionist Luncheon Mrs. L J. McCaffrey will be guest speaker at the Zionist Lunch eon Club Meeting on Wednesday. January 21st, 12:15 p.m., at the Ititz-Plaza Hotel. Her topic will be: My Impressions Of Israel. After serving as president of the Northeast Miami Women's Club for two years, Mrs. McCaffrey rose to presidency of the Florida State Federation of Women's Clubs. She has also served as recording secretary of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, a world wide organization. Among Mrs. McCaffrey's honors is her selection as the Outstanding Woman Citizen of Dade County. Mrs. McCaffrey holds a fellowship in the Greater Miami Chapter of the American-Christian Pales tine Committee and now serves as its co-chairman. She made a study tour of the Middle East as a member of the committee and has related her experiences and impressions of the new State of Israel before many groups here. Young Judaea Conclave January 30 The annual pre-senior conclave for Ixiys and girls, ages 9 through 13. will be held the weekend of January 30th, at Camp Tequesta, Kendal. Highlights of the weekend will include a medura and folk dance on Saturday night. Sunday afternoon will feature a performance for parents. UNITED NATIONS — Sometimes old fashioned diplomacy works. The Israeli demarches over the seizure of the Norwegian ship Kimfrost's cargo of meal in the Suez Canal has resulted in its release and a note from the Egyptian government which is almost apologetic in tone. Last week. I described how Israeli representatives in various Western capitals, as well as at the I'nited Nations, had drawn the at tention of the maritime powers that is what the quaint antiquated term "demarche" means to this act which can only be described as international piracy and is indefensible even by Arab standards. However, although the Egyptian government has backed down ovei this incident, its note indicates no change of heart in Cairo over the blockade of so-called war materials bound for Israel. Israeli representatives are determined to put a halt to this and to see that the Security Council order to stop it is carried out, and they find a good deal of support among other delegates here who art fed up with Arab intransigeance and are alarmed at the way that this international organization is being flouted. The Security Council order is more than a year and a half old now. It is obvious from the weasel way in which the Egyptian note was written that the Egyptian government would have seized meat and all goods bound for Israel if it could have got away with it. The note claims that a mistake was made on the identity of the meat, that the customs authorities thought that it came from the Sudan and that was why it was seized. However, when the British Embassy in Cairo presented invoices showing that the meat came from Eritrea (actually it was Ethiopian meat shipped through Eritrea), the note says that the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs intervened and the cargo was released. Observers here find it difficult to believe that there were no bills of lading or other papers with the cargo showing where it came from. They look on it as a very weak excuse, the sort of excuse which has to be made up in a hurry. At the same time, they consider interesting the way in which the Sudan is mentioned. Apparently, the Egyptian government considers the Sudan to be already part of its territory and is applying its own restrictive rules to that country, despite the. fact that is is supposed to be autonomous even when it does become part of Egypt, which it is not at the present time. The Israeli delegation could raise the question of the Egyptian blockade in the General Assembly when it reconvenes at the end of February. Actually, this matter -was on the agenda of the first part of the Assembly, but the Israeli representative, Abba S. Eban, withdrew it after the Arab item on Palestine had been completed. Some of the diplomats here feel that it was a mistake for the Israeli government to withd-aw its item: they think that it could have been left on the agenda and taken up at the second part of the Assembly if the Egyptians still maintained the blockade. However, the Israeli delegation does not feel that this is a matter for the Assembly, at least not at the present time. The Security Council is still seized, as the term is. with the issue, and if the Egyptians continue to flout its order, the Israelis are going to bring it to the attention of this body of the United Nations. Iman To Conduct Post-Graduate Course Of Alpha Omega Group Goldman, intcrnationdental periodontist of ichusetts, will con;'ur.iduatc course in Mi: January 17th through |r the auspices of the Henry Goldman lami Alumni Chapter of (Omega Dental Fraterntse will be held at the errace Hotel. Some fifty expected to attend. On 1t, January 23rd. the [Deqtal Society has been %  n open meeting at the nen's Club. iman will present the l of gum disorders and [methods in their diageatment On Saturday iuary 24th. a dinner m his honor at the "Tac* Hotl Dr. Goldman is the author of the textbook. Periodontia. and The Atlas Of Dental And Oral Pathology. He has also published some 50 dental articles. During the past war. he was chief of the Dental Pathologic Section. United States Army, and previously instructed Oral Pathology at.Harvard Dental School. At Present, heia chief of Stomatology and Dental Research and head of the Dental Department at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, consultant to the Dental Oral Registry'. Army Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC, consultant to the Surgeon General. Washington, D. C. member of the Academy of Periodontology and a member of the Council of Dental Research of the American Dental Association. He is a fellow. American Academy of Oral Pathology, and member of the International Association for Dental Research. This will be Dr. Goldman's first lecture course in this area. Dr. Doran D. Zinner. local president of Alpha Omega, will present Dr. Goldman with an honorary membership at the joint meeting with the East Coast Dental Society Drs. Irving Gordon and Max I Tendrich are in charge of arrange ments and public relations. Symphony Preview Luncheon Friday The fourth Preview Luncheon of the University of Miami Symphony Club will take place Friday. January 23rd. from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Miami Women's Club. 1735 Bayshore Drive. Edward Clarke will be common tator. William Le Don, tenor will sin* a group of wngs, with Mrs. Una Ifeddaford at the piano. LOOK for this SIGN t*X.r.rtlCt V^ vl & displayed everywhere Demand ISRAEL KOSHER! Get What You Demand! "A Pound of Goodness in Every Ounce*' Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc. 230 K.W. 5th STREET Pnonaw 3-4225 — 3-6823 MIAMI. FLORIDA I'nder the Fuperv'sion of Rabti Joseph E Rixk'iVKky ard ihi Gt.-f: Mu.-oi Vimd Haka.'hrutl



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JANUARY 16,1953 f^mlsfjf/crkfi^r PAGE 5 B 2 111e Sabbath Its Meaning For Modern Man by Dr. Abraham J. Hescfiel 1 \ liriham J. !!<•*< Iwl Published bj I'.urr, Lini New Vork, In cooperation with the tfn I^nerlca. Reproduced by American Jewish ft>,i feature Bervlc* of tinAmerican Association %  i Newspaper! conjunction with the National K Kffort aa a public service "' the in : % %  i HOLINESS IN TIME pace, in nature, was known in other reHr. Hie teaching of Judaisn/was that the idea gradually shifted from space to time, from [nature to the realm of history, from things psysical world became divested of any inThere were no naturally sacred plants or tnore. To be sacred, a thing had to be con1 conscious act of man. The quality of holithe grain of matter. It is a preciousness [ii. things by an act of consecration and person to God. I mention of a sacred place in the Ten ComJOn the contrary, following the event at (is told: "In every place where I cause My mentioned I will come unto thee and bless u> 20:24). The awareness that sancitity is not articular place made possible the rise of the flutemple was only in Jerusalem, while the is in every village. There are fixed times, Hace of prayer. Int rabbis discern three aspects of holiness: if the Name of God. the holiness of the Sabholiness of Israel. The holiness of the Sabthe holiness of Israel. The holiness of the |l is derived from the holiness of the people land was not holy at the time of Terah or Bme of the Patriarchs. It was sanctified by n they entered the land under the leader^u The land was sanctified by the people, th was sanctified by God. d holiness in time is expressed in the manIt ho Sabbath is celebrated. No ritual object kr keeping the seventh day. unlike most fesph such objects are essential to their observexample, unleavened bread. Shofar. Lulab the Tabernacle. On that day the symbol of the phylacteries, displayed on all days of |ipensed with. Symbols are superflous: the ?li the symbol. fcnih o-sess it have ever torefront of world lei. gifted with an it have been their lir.nre than Jews owe 0! history their long [their civilizing influIhstanding, in Jewish |< today we witness a sense of history. [ly the acceptance of |it titan Jews of conlorms of communal [which are backward trayals of .Jcwj^j de appears among us chauvinism — the 'kn-m we deplore in move backward into I which for generahas sought escape? pose among u who uhettoes with invistheir flight from reI confidence in Jewish Ihe free world. They little faith indeed, for |that only rejection of nil by the world — %  ctor — will assure Iral. Ve that it was outside ghetto walls that kept [fold. They have forner forces in Juadism Iward that have fed 1 Jewish survival and forces flourish even society than within knclave. Through the Vs have lived through [cycles in which they out of the ghetto, cant, however, that' Iways were ready to' they never willingIk in. A coercive or ce was always needhem back, restrictions against in the Middle Ages pf religious reaction onomic and political NOTES TOWARD JEWISH SURVIVAL factors. They brought the walled ghetto, the yellow badge, the drastic restrictions upon all activities of Jews. It is out of this abyss that we have been climbing ever since. Freedom for Jews in modern times began with the American and the French Revolutions. The reference here is not only to the wars which we know by these names but to the great liberal movement, the magnificent democratic revolution which has continued down to our own day, strong and vital. It destroyed absolutism and feudalism, abolished the privileges of the clergy and the aristocracy, separated church and state. It created the conditions necessary for cracking the ghetto walls from outside and in side simultaneously. And if on the outside there was a Voltaire, on the inside there was a Moses Mendelssohn. From that time forward, the fate of Jewry has been inextricably bound up with the fate of the democratic system. Jewish conditions in any land have been an infallible measuring rod for the state of democracy in that land. One need only follow the historical map: Freedom and equality came to Jews first here in America — a land unencumbered by the encrusted despotisms of centuries. It took tHe Jews of England by gradual steps two full centuries longer to arrive at the same point. Throughout the 19th Century the rise and fall of democratic fortunes found their echo in the struggle of Jews for freedom. There was never an easy victory: but there was never complete defeat. No 19th century government dar ed deprive Jews of all their hard won rights, even as they did not dare abrogate all democratic prog gross by a return to absolutism Nothing like that happened until aur on day when the spirit of the Dark Ages descended once more upon Europe, augmented by the terrible 20th century' engines of destruction. Not since the days of the Black Plague had Europe wit ncssed anything so cruel, so devastating, so inhuman. In time, and at a bloody price, Nazism was destroyed. But the Dark Age of the 20th century is not yet ended, for democracy — and with it Jewry — faces as great a menace in the Communism which has enveloped half a world and threatens the other half. Communism being a reactionary and antidemocratic movement, it is not strange to hear of the destruction of Jewish life in Russia and elsewhere behind the Iron Curtain. And should the democratic world suffer defeat at the hands of Communism. Jewry' will be destroyed with it. Because we are concerned with defense of Jewish status and its further improvement, we are inevitably in the forefront of the fight for the extension of democracy. The need to live within the framework of a democratic society is not confined to the relationship of the Jew with the outside world. The atmosphere of freedom and democracy must exist within the Jewish community itself. To be true to the historic urge would seem to require the same atmosphere, the same basis, in all of the organizations in which the Jew makes his contribution within the Jewish community. Even as we fight against outside forces which would seek our ghettoization. so must we resist inner forces which would build an enclave around us. Has Nazism been as destructive of Jewish spirit as of Jewish life? Belsen and Auschwitz are no more, but the ghetto spirit — that psychological withdrawal from the world about us — motivates an extraordinarily large number of Jews. In the traumatic experience we have all gone through, too many of us have come to believe By HENRY EDWARD SCHULTZ National chairman. Anti-Defama tion League of B'nai B'rith that only by setting ourselves apart from the world can we preserve Jewish values and guarantee Jewish survival. Too many of us have lost that sense and thread of Jewish history which shows that only in a free society can Judaism and Jewry flourish. The ghetto problem in its milder forms is one of the great world problems today. Unfortunately, it still holds a central place in Jewish life. In America, the spiritual walls that would isolate us have come tumbling down. But now there are among us those who fear our very success. They ask: Doesn't it mean that Jews as such will disappear into the mainstream and be lost? Such a fear is both foolish and dangerous. In the practical matter of Jewish communal organization those who out of their irrational fears would build invisible ghetto walls, 'are seeking in vain for some form of communal structure that would permit them to achieve their ends. It is not possible to build isolating walls in a free society. The Bibj lical admonition, "Separate thyself | not from thy people," has a more j universal application than they think. One of the best reflectors of this state of mind is the Yiddish press. Magically, within the past two months, the Yiddish press has been alive with anticipation. At last, these papers report (commenting on the rupture in NCRAC over the Mhclver Report), American Jewry has taken the first step toward the creation of a community patterned after those which ruled the ghettoes of Europe. The idea appeals to them. Yet the idea never caught fire in American Jewish life. Why? There have been a number of efforts over the past century to establish central authority. None has been successful, and the reason is clear enough. The pattern which characterized Jewish life in Europe was based first on the ghetto and later upon powers granted by governments which maintained an official church-state relationship (In many countries. Jews who did not belong to the Kehillah lost some of their civil rights.) The American tradition, of course, separates church and state. Voluntary organization is therefore the method adopted by Jews and religious-cultural groups in this country. To those who argue that under this pattern many have strayed from the Jewish fold, it should be pointed out that these losses have been no greater than those suffered by other faiths, and that in fact Jewish life in America today is healthier and more creative than it has ever been. The maladies that attack Jewish life in this country' are the same as those which attack other spiritual and cultural communities. We are not going to cure these maladies alone, but only as the whole society in which we live is able to cure them. Inherent in all our relationships is the overriding principle that in an atmosphere of freedom, without coercive pressure, the interchange and interflow of ideas and information will result in the forging of new weapons and group activity which can bring important and necessary impact on the problems and issues which are of major Jewish concern. When the basic fundamentals of the free interchange no longer are present, when attempt is made to impose views by usurped authority, when there is substituted for the atmosphere of freedom the stultifying hand of coercion, the Jewish community must inevitably suffer. Unity in Jewish life is a great ideal. But it must not be confused with uniformity, and it must be recognized that there is grave danger in a forced unity that will permit one small faction or another to gain power and thereby to capture and mold the community in its own image for generations to come*.



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JUARY 16, 1953 + l~Hit nekton mi, Resnick Performance; Baccaloni, basso buffo, Resnick. young Metroram>. will bow into Mincxt week to star in jild of Greater Miami's of Gianni Schicchi in Cavalleria Rusticana. le bill presentation is [for the Miami Beach on Monday evening. lh Completing the cast York City Center OpDavid Poleri and Dor?il. and George ChapliCincinnati and San FranCompanies. Irn Baccaloni. who will Miami for the first time, [Metropolitan debut in \t:\~ sung more than 170 languages. In his 12th the world famous comiloni performs in all parts, jick. who sang 14 major era before she was 25, Metropolitan by way program. Auditions Of krhich she won in 1944. ppeared extensively in opera, as well as on i and sang the leading, Jam Butterfly with the here in 1948. jsic critic and composj fa) lor will fly to Miami ediately after the Met-' )pera broadcast tomori cm to comment from' the auditorium. chorus of 75 members, the "best yet" by Dr. | ~ilip;>i. director of the and an orchestra' bf 40 musicians will be baton of Carlo Moresco, Will Star In Opera Taylor To Comment PAGE 7B MADE Mil* Resnick Baccaloni musical director of the PhiladelI phia La Scala Opera Company. Tickets are still available for this outstanding event at Miami Beach Auditorium, Miami Beach Radio I Company, Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association. I North Shore Branch, and Burdines. Forest Companions Meet 'At American Legion Hall | Shirley B. Kahn Circle No. 1714, Companions Of The Forest Of Am' i erica, will meet on Thursday, JanI uary 22nd, 8 p.m., at the American I Legion Hail. 1828 Alton Road. Installation of the group's offi| cers is scheduled for Sunday even! ing. January 29th, 9 p.m., at the I Hall. be DUO S ,1„M w a ll 7 '" ? i CriCS > eSsons in moder conversational Hebrew which will wZrtntLZJLVi ftStt F r,dian The ^plete series Constitute, a course aimed at Zok Hebrlu, MA \"T f f J l e lT' 9Uaae aS U is nOW spoken in Israel an is based on a textami BMchT^t f V bV Mts S hosha !" Spec tor. faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, MirZoZLiWMRM S % eqU f nt leSS T S "-'"' aPPear here in COniuneHL with a program over diced b Mi ?£?, Sundays at 2 p.m. Entitled. Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is conwTl tovfe l? P ,,Tn, s" a !e tUre 0/ JaCOb **<*'*'- '•"*•" "our. The Jewish Flondian WUI provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course. Samuel Neaman Speaks Major Samuel Neaman, of Israel, spoke before the Miami Beach Zionist District last night at Temple Beth Sholom. Presently on leave of absence from the Israeli Ministry of Finance he is a former member of Hagana. BREAD Rye bread Black bread Bagel Sour cream Cheese cake Cookies Doughnuts PiC \ Wafer Le-hetn Le-hcm ship-pon Lc-hem sha-hor Ka-'ach Sham-mtf-net ha-mu-?ah 'Ug-gat ge-vi-nah Rc-ki-kim Suf-ga-ni-yot Ki-san 'A-fi-fit • %  on? -,p9& Off? fltof orrj i V re'? 1 • -5 tons Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company. New York City wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Sneclor. care of TI.P Per" ~,„ u,,> niny to purcnase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Speclor, care of The Jewish tlondian, and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50. \ Brandeis Auxiliary Meets The Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, met j last night at the home of Fannie Spring, president, 4480 SW 3rd Street. S. .1. I'rtM'dman & M. Rophun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beech Between Fourth and Fifth Su Hebrew Religious Supplier For Synagogue* and Prirala UM. Also for Hebrew School* C'lfiD "DtB Telephone 5-8017 p will in Gianni Schicchi cue local Miami singers Hing roles (leh to riqht) Marian Siefert. Barclay Pow. iRiebel, Williea* Le Doux. Charlene Chapman and >=n3n. Seated is Frances Maddaford. MOUNT NE60 CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 IRD A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL AIR C<)\lVT10\F.n Cwn Parking Facilities Adjoining The Chspel Bui] Hni km L ^^Bi THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM of "M*\vish Forum On The Air" ; EVERY SUNDAY 10 lo 11 A.M. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various features Produced and Directed by WANTED SMALL ADDING MACHINES to be traded in on NEW ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINES allowance up to S80.00 TRY US AND FIND OUT AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. 223 N.E. 2nd AVE. Phone 3-3441 THE FIX*ST IX ff.H'.I.V.I Vvilla Aittn*? II AND MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND 1GEST TEWISH FUNERAL HOME 5-2100 or 5-5844 24-HOUR SERVICE AMERICAS MOST BEAUTIFUL FUKERAL HOMES ALTON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH C. W. HEARD. Funeral Director NEW, thrilling experiences await you at luxurious Seville Biltmore Hotel. Here you will appreciate old world charm in colorful surroundings. Right downtown. 400 rooms— modern, with both and shower. Nightly music, entertainment in the Cuban Woods RoomWrite for information -today or see your own travel ogent. THE FIXEST i \ HA V.I VI •



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JANUARY 16. 1953 PAGE 9B leringoff Is Reelected To Kneseth Presidency; Rabbi Cassel Installs ringoff will head KnesCongregation for the He was reelected to following the expirareccnt tenure of office. Bon ceremonies were .p'trf** Saul Meringoff held at the Congregation with Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spiritual leader, officiating. Cantor Abraham Seif assisted. The charge of office was delivered by Rabbi H. Shor. of New York City. Others who assumed posts were Abraham Finestone, 1st vice president; Israel B. Eisenstein, 2nd vice president; Jacob Miller. 3rd vice president; Wolf Sirot. treasurer; Isidore Ruppert, financial secretary; Harry Zeldman, recording secretary; Henry Morris, honorary life president; Wolf Sirot, honorary life president; Meyer, chairman of the Board of Trustees; and Abraham Selevan, honorary life gabai. Trustees include William Bakst, Max Beer, Joseph Budowsky, Samuel Clayman. Louis Dublin, Edward Horowitz, Isadore Hyman, Harry Jaffe, Harry Kregstein, Louis Licberman, Irving LichttRktcin. Abraham Mitchel, Edwar^Matthew, Milton Kahn. Louis Plansky. Nathan Sugar, Jack Farber, Jacob A. Sachs, Abraham Selevan. Samuel C. Goldberg. Harry Wagner, Harry Weiss, Joel Worthman, Ely Gechman, Nathan Silverman. Morris Zrtter, Joseph Zeit, Joseph Cohen. Harry Knobler and Abraham Eisenberg. ?thods On ling Bible niel Gamoran, director |uc:itional Department, Union Congregations, Sunday School teach^ter Miami on Sunday, 7 NK 19th Street. • How To Teach The IT the auspices of the [Jewish Education of the Union of Ameu Congregations and deration of Temple SisIran is active in Jewish life as officer of the Education Association, % f the Hebrew Federaftrica and the National | Jewish Education, appears in Who's who I where he was cited in r t-landing achievement Jewish education. Form Junior Israel Club Miami Beach Hotel Association leaders pledge full cooperation to the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal at a recent meeting in the Shelborne Hotel. Officers shown with Sam Lachman, chairman of the Appeal Hotel Division, are (left to right) Sam Kaplan, executive director; Ben Novack. president of the Association; Lachman; Ben Kline, vice president; and Sam Rivkind. executive president. Assistinq Lachman will be Abe Kurman, Joe Gardner and Jack Muravchick. UM Sponsors Series On Mental Health The Mental Health Of The Child And Family, will be the general subject for a series of nine lectures beginning January 21st. Sponsored by the Evening Division of the University of Miami in cooperation with the I'M Guidance Center, the series will be given in Beaumont Lecture Hall, main cam pus, each Wednesday evening Formation of a Junior Israel; through March 18th. at 8 p.m. Club under the auspices of the Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute was announced early this week. Officers include Michael Ler man, president: Marvin Goldman, vice president; Reba Kaplan, treasurer; Stephen Goldman, recording secretary; Clifford Frank, corresponding secretary; and David Dross, chairman of the Board. Martin Weinman. Eddy Ifshin, Jason Lesser, Eddy Felder and Harvey Katz are Board members. branch Sets Programs Branch of the Great *ish Community Cens a Volley Ball Proinessmen. liny of the group will Wednesday, January Final Institute Session Monday The final session of the course, Lifetime Of A Jews, at the Adult Institute of Jewish Studies will be held on Monday, January 19th, 9 p.m., at the Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Irving Lehrman.-of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will present The Role Of The Synagogue In Jewish Life. Classes in Hebrew. Yiddish and Bible will continue on Wednesday, January 21st, to complete the first semester of the Adult Institute. Registration for the second semester will be on Wednesday evening, February 4th, at the Bureau of Jewish Education building. It will continue with courses in Hebrew and Yiddish and will offer Leading pediatricians, psychoanalysts, psychiastrists and psycholo gists will present various aspects of child and a"dult emotional development problems. Topics to be discussed include normal physical and emotional development, emotional problems of infancy and childhood, problems of adolescence, the slow and superior child, the physically handicapped child, psychosomatic disorders of children and mental health of the parent. Lecturers for the series will be Drs. Leo Grossman, Herman Selinsky, James L. Anderson, Bruce Alspach, Edward H. Williams, Margaret E. Robins, Bernard Goodman, Paul Kells and John J. McAndrew. Zamora Center Siyum Hatorah A Siyum Hatorah will take place j donors of the Torah. will be especat the Zamora Jewish Center on %  ially honored. Sunday, January 18th. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. of West Miami Jewish Center, will preside. Max Friedson. president of the Center, will act as master of ceremonies. Principal speaker will be Ben Essen. Miami attorney. Among guests scheduled to attend, is Mayor David Hendrick. of Coral Gables. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Paul, formerly of Philadelphia, The ceremonies are slated for 7 p.m. Music will be furnished by Al Wyman and his orchestra. SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FM KIT. COMVAtXSCENCI am aMomc usu -•"I '•• m i, Ill • w SO — COU1T fTLORlDAj PHONE 4-1857 JOHN P. PELLEGRINI also being accepted n Age Basket Ball >i the Beach Branch. entries thus far conen age teams, accerd-1 a special course. The Jewish ComISoiier, athletic direc-(munity, with a faculty of Rabbis, i educators and social workers. IFETY^GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS O MAPCK & HARDWARE fERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 MIAMI HEALTH FOOD CENTRE U r? 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"The Mothers' March is serious —we must raise $150,000 out of the March of Dimes $300,000 goal here, but I would like 2.500 of our marching mothers to be present." Mrs. Weintraub declared. renegrini Mrrrhant Tailor importer 40 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES. FLA. frmtrly HEAD DESIGNER OF THE ARTHUR M. ROSENBERG CO. OF NEW YORK AND NE'.V HAVEN, CONN., FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS Quality Exclusive — Style NOT Value Expensive !"' i %m ?.W'W'W'W'N^-W'W-'W'W'W'W'W'W' r'W-WWWW^WV. ^N^WXWhy A JEWISH FLORIDIAN in Every Jewish Home in Greater Miami? BECAUSE... Montieello iironp Plan lAbrary. UUt Shop A lending library of Congregation Monticello Park will be found ed by members of the Congregation's Ladies' Auxiliary, according to Mrs. Mary Klion, president. In an announcement this week, Mrs. Klion also indicated that the organization will soon establish a gift shop handling religious articles and Israeli-made holiday items. Both project* are under the chairmanship of Mrs. Milton Hornstein. 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FRIDAY. PAGE 10 B RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY %  YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will '"-" ws s -.. %  •• *** ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER B:15 Mas "'. 1. x '• S ad Mrs. Ed ss. S Mrs. Sol H Kiddus m BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will fa s at Satuida) a ming services an B : %  %  official • -•• At 4 p.D review the WeUy 1 i Shalos Sen .-. Maai y e n iet i are at : P%  MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATES eves %  : • %  ti:t S •.. %  %  %  r 4 !5 p FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER ril Fndaj I %  -• % %  E sha Cereer *... rer.ct: —. .:.'. portion oi tha i turc Ri i %  .-. : •. rah w\ Hei rdoe hs: will be under "• • %  -•--%  >:' Mr as | Mrs Aar 0 Sriipiro Mr is I Mn Maurice Sha BETH DAVID CONGREGATION bold Ft • %  G '. ; [ m nth Rabl Mas Shi I latmg .-•• • Choir under tl oersUg Subject I -%  %  • • v v kgnt A 1 %  ..-.. the •: usorsl Mrs :-. n Lai if -. 5ETH E. COHWBOAT OH %  • %  %  ... : • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION nil h %  Self tun s WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER ... • 5 13 : Satur 1 9 a. a s at 11 HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER ;evening sei Reverend Leo %  %  .'•• Wi Never I • Mr and Mn luliui be I rta it ae| Shabbat following _-ri;. m ming ->r. : America S -::/.• %  s set [ Sistei h t>atl Mrs N --• an Hosts • 'eg SI Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory s %  s. ,. -*-•: r S • % %  %  •.i-; V ,• gi •:.-; tie I • An M~' T bv Joel Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. ( ,l Deutsch will sponsor the Shabbat. Saturday morning at M a.m and win conducted bj Cantor Mordechai • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday even..15 30 pm Saturday nurning i • •*• 3 a.m.. .. i officiating and discussing The Principle Of Mineha iat 5 p.m. by Shaloa Scudo* and I wrVtCM are schedr 8 30 a m.. and 5:30 p m. • • %  TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will Friday evening services at pm Guest Rabbi W. Gunther late and discuss: u And Rill Irrelig• CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEM-1 TER will hold Friday evening serv-l ices at B: 15 pm with Rabbi Mor-. Skop officiating and discussing: The 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal i ampaign Saturday morning serv-1 iceare at 9 30 am. with Torah reading from the Book of Exodus t.i be followed by sermonettes. MIAMI ACH TRR win hold FrMa% -" i rt M p..^3 on th.>., P1C J* vices ar „ 9 %  bi will discosiajrJ Schedule.) (or 4 Class Mineha J* Will follow ,-„, man and the tent tt the musical por ] BETH JACOB CO will hold early 5:30 p m Lata *m p.m. \h,-n Rabb, of vtll diaeani \ Neces-,.:. Canter garten will rendu tion of the liturgy ing am ,c< are at I ject of the Rabbi's | eduleri ,. Tbt'i Home Mineha is g| lowed b> shilos LEGAL 0 NOTICE UN0M N*IE L r NOTJ. •: :> HEIM thr unili -.. ~J tlUKll %  „ [31 CARII'.l %  WOLPERT FEATURES \alionally Xdrvrtisvd lira mis" 5ROEHLER Living Room Furniture • GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances • SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs • MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet • LANE Cedar Chests • CARRIER Air Conditioning • •. Sal %  Is • r and Berg tin* Sal ire at 8 30 Rabbi tbraai i %  s | • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening SUIBLM at 5 15 p m Saturday morning services are at 9 am. uhen Rabbi Alex ander Grass will officiate and dis -• The Biein.-s I 'f Freedom An afternoon Uneg Shabbat for children, at 3 30 pm will be under the supervision i.>f Mrs Alex ander Gross Mineha i> scheduled for 5 15 pm. followed by Shalo* Seudos Daily serviceare at 7 30 i:.. and at 5 30 p m %  %  HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER rill Friday evenini a: 8 3u : ~ with H \. • % %  • • • %  leader I ..-:.• ; Malel %  • • turgjK MONTICELLO PARK COHGRE GATION will hold late Friday ev-. ening services at 8 15 p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate. Sat1 urday morning serv ices are at 9 ajn MincJn will be at 5:15 p.m.! • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will. Friday evening services at 8 15 pm with Rabbi Leon Kron ting an i preaching on V. h> Was Israel ReSaturday morning serv-, are at 10 45 a m when the Bar MitzvaJl of Charles F.vans. son. and Mrs Murray Reckson. -... take place Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portion of the N*rwces. ISU s Iwlrntl Cfark T..UB! i-i-: Miami Com SPCII i -3 HI Cif1 Ch'on ci H -i_ •e Se* • 3 ti S;n ^Mvt .-i Stir .^i LEO ALIEV Phoi I.MD i jwimym ^ H> p p *w Rabbi JoswDh L Rackovwarr 145 Michigan ATMM Miami Bach Phone S 35M MIAMI SOIL d EDWARD 1813 s. w. nt\ ALL WORI ^WOLPERT'S Help You Make Your House a Home ATTENTION ATTORNEI CORPORATE*** oirn Lowest Prices — Quickest Delir*!) in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORLDLAN | S-4SS1 WOLPERT FURNITURE CO \ JOO CORAL WAV AT "Eive PO|BT t UMM tc Schacj.ri BWBB RADIO HO'JR T. K Wtkl T V.-^M8 CCooY J 0ui 3 ^ __ SPECIAL FEATURE TOjrWTSH PHILOSOPHER nafiio Perscaality Jacob Schachter ATLANTA! WKM, modwu. spacKMS owhtfe roo


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,, JANUARY 16, 1953 •Jbtfsfr/forJtfOr PAGE 11 B EGAL NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE TY. N CHANCERY. No 155804 I.I 1.1.1 AN' HKWEY, Plaintiff |K HEYYEY. SR. w York, Defendant |T FOR DIVORCE IlAM K. DEWEY, Sit. ebj notified tli;it a Hill in for Divorce has been > MM. and you ere isquired Cop] ol your A:i.wri i.l thi l Ml "I 'omplalnt on f > Attorney, STEPHEN f. i s.W 42nd Avenue, Ml1a. ITIII file 'he original Pleading in the office • %  to Hi-Circuit Court on i: i >ERED at Miami, 12th (In ) of Januai y, A.l>. K B. LEAUBUUR, I Clerk, Circuit Court, I Hide County, Florida OIKI Seal) B} WM. W. STOCK I.NO %  :iRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN TOR DADE COUNTY, llDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 155532 i >PTION >K tll.VN QR18WOLD lid ICE TO APPEAR JltlSWoLD i,| Residence unknown : HEREBY commanded t" ienr In the above etyled !nd day of February, I' K I i.in*--' why tin* Petition I;..I and Shirley Krupa Nlarllyn Grlswold should i i,\ thli Court mlier :ilnt. IS1 H LEATHERMAN, ni the Circuit Court l m,le Count) Florida SI al i \l c OREEN, lieputy "Ink UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEKEBY GIVEN that in, I, desiring to engage in Die fictitious name of : K.N PROCESS, al ..nil Intend i" register wild • Cli ili of the Circuit of I lorlda.* iS MacLAREN I,. J. KKI.I.KR I. A. SP1EOEL ONDER FICTITIOUS SAME LAW .HEREBY GIVEN that desiring to engage In !. i the fictitious name of u ii.i'lAb'e> ICIATI:S, Shore Drive, Miami %  tend to register said Clerk of the Circuit i.i i, county, Florida. ItWEPH s. WyLKP ANN WOI.FK i;i: \ vsi IN Joseph Wolff Wolff UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IHEREBY OIVEN that ii. d, desiring to engac-c In i. i the fictitious mm., of I STRIES, .ii 144U N W Miami, Florida, intend! ime with the ci,ri. II Court of l>adc County, |i:v LANG (Sole Ownor) -' 6 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that I, dealt Ins to engag i' i the fi.'1111,, un.iii,,' ,,f HER MOTEL, at I,-." N %  !, N...th |llaail, KI.I C.stei -.nl ii.ime'with the circuit Court of DHde .1., HAR-THEL CHRP. HERMAN I.AIM.I;. Treasurer ROSEN Caar-Xhel Qprp, i. Ma. *" 1/6 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that -ii' 'I. desiring to engage in i-l.-ithe fictitious niuntof "I MIAMI, at 2239 N.W Miami, intends to regis'• with the Clerk of the I of i>.i,|,. County, FlorMIAMI FASHIONS, INC. %  yiAI'lKc, & KRIED oi Applicant lload I i, UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that inea, desiring to engage In t .'.'.I. 1 '.'' ti'lltloiis name of "Al M.KKKTTK, at s.073 Miami, inicMii to ragwith the Cleric of the t of nail,County, Flor1: l %  lill ii BTONB ROBERT W. STONE F. KEbSLBR Applicant* Ave, :' i; ^rLA^ CT,T,ou is HEREBY GIVEN that % %  desiring t,, engage In the fictitious name 0 f III. Ml.; c.., Ht 27:M .venue, Miami, intends to a name with the Clerk of court of Hade County, INC. FKMffiHfg""""" • Applicant Avenue LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN 'thai the underalgned, desiring to angagi m KKNIHX LAI M)KY, at 2,iw x \v Eighth A v.ii ue, Miami. Hade County! Horlda. Intends to regjsiei said name with, the Cl.rk ,., ihe Circuit Court of 11 a* County. Ilorlda ANTON MIKnl.l. II (Sole i WII.I.IAM 1 BRENNER 420 Lincoln r.i..oi Mia Bi i, l I.I. I/M-gS-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tin fictitious name oi K-A uicTniinrToRH, SCN CITY VINTNERS, KNOX DISTRIBUTOR*! TOWN VlNVNERM, EDISON DISTRIBUTORS, COLONY WINE CO OF I l.\. ami BEST VINTNERS, at MO N.W. i:iih Street, Miami. Florid... llil, mis to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. NATIONAL WINKS, INC By bAMl'EL BLANK, Pies. MYERS, HEIMAX A KAPLAN f ttorneyj for Applicants '2-!'-16-23 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOEfl FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t,, engage in Business nnder the fictitious naiue of PLENA VISTA LAr.NliERKTTK AMI DRY CLEANING, at J(HJ2 V, W. -nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, jusuiifl to regJt u i said name with the.Clerk •j* the. Circuit Court of I >ade Countv, Flor. OOLIHE OKKEH ami AM, is BENA^N" 3 '"•—'•" Alt'liii,.;. f. i i rjrnere —. Lb NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AIR IJTE H O M i: S : AIR LITE BUILDERS; THE AIR-LITE lluMK. at 4(K)0 S. W. .".ih Terraic, Miami, Horlda, Intend to register said name with the cierk of the Circuit Court of Dude Countv, Florida VoRMAN I. ORBENBERG niid bHELDON Ultl.'KNIIKRO sol,owners AMOS BENJAMIN Attornev for Owneri 12'56 — 1 2-8 -yj NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealing to engage In business uu.f. %  the fictitious name Of NEW SINGAPORE LOCNOE, at 221 23rd Street, Miami Beach, hloriiia. Intends to register said name with the cierk of Hocircuit Court of bade County, i %  SEYMtH'R CITRP. B> ALKIUCIi MA8ARONE, i •• sldent SEYJMOI'Il B LlEBMAN, Aitv. S M I.Inc.,In Ro.nl liami Beai ii. Florida I '•-!•... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Si ITK I: is IIERBBY GIVEN that the undersigned, rjeslrinii to engagi business under lire flctlii,.ii> name ,.f BILL MILLERS RIVIERA. ..t IT." \. enui Miami la .oh. l lade County, Florida, intende to register said name :!h the Clark Of the Circuit c t of Dad, County, Florida. IV II It CORP., a Floi Ida corporation BURNETT IK • I H Attorney for B. M It CORP., a Klorlda corporation 111 Congreaa Building Miami. Florida 1 /-!•23-3(1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51094 Notice Is hereby gIiton that BEN UOSKIN, holder aa assignee of City of Hialeah Tas*njMCertiricate Numh.iil 132, dated tha.Sth day of June. AD. ISM, has ftfo%. flatHook S. l'age 127. in the Cltv of Hialeah. I'ounty of Imdc, St.ii. of llorlda. The assessment of aald property tinder the Certificate Issued was In the nnme of I'nknown 1'nlcss said certificate sbjUl be redeemeia according to law. tax deed will issue thereon on the ?Mh day ol January, AD. HI.">3. Dated thla Mrd day of December, Al>. II5S, E, 1!. LEATHERMAN, i 'lert. of • "in ult I'oui t. 1 i.i.l. County. Florida (Circuit Court S. all By N. C. S'lKRRKTT. Deputy Clerk II M — l :J-IS-:.I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRBBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under flic foliUoiis name ol TllltKK CA1TAINS FISHERIES, at 1761 S. W sth Stie.t. Miami. Intend to registi r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. • ALLEN R. DF.N.N BERNARD.TRACHTENBERG LAWRENCB C0LLARO l/9-l-23-: ,0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VKN that tb undersign,-J. de.lring to engage in busilieKrt under the fktUtioua name o KHnWRll SHIELD CO.. at 2221 S. W. 87th Ave.. Miami. FIs iutends to ragleter said IMIHI with the Clerk "f the circuit Curt of Dude County. Florida. PHILIP CANTOR, sole owner 1/9-U-23-30 ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 IIKRKHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undei the fi tltloua name of KyriTAIILK INVESTMENT CO (not in, i. al II Mr Ml dei Ar. ide, Miami Florida. Intendt i rllstor salil name with the ci.rk of the Circuit curt of Dad,County, Elorldi NORMAN BABEL sole owner 12/2* — 1/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious mime of JKKI S CLEANERS AND LAL'NDRT, at 317 21rd St Miami Beach, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ..._. Mold,IK OOL1MJMITH HETTY HA8PIL HENRY NISSKNHACM Attorney for Applicants 10*1 8%yboM Building l/t-l-M-M NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 155479 ANNA ELIZABETH DUNN, Plaintiff, vs. Vl.NiK.NT JOHN l'CNN. i lefendant, ^SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: VINCENT JOHN DUNN 0 Iteinseii Avenue (Jew Brunswick, New Jersey You. VINCENT JOHN m.\.\. are her. by notified thai a Bill of | Ipni plaint for Divorce has been filed against \ and you arc reuuir. d to K iv, ., i opj of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill ol Complaint an the plaintiff's Attorney. JOSEPH GOLDEN, 123 Seybold Hldg .Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of January, 1952. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against \ou for the relief demanded in ihe Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each ne.k for four consecutive week! in THE JEWISH FI.< HUMAN I MINK AND ORDERED at Miami, no: ma. this 30th day of December, AH. m:,2. E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florlua (Circuit Court Si By M C. GREEN, Demit) Clerk .n iSLl'll GOLDEN R23 s. .-. l„.ld Bid*, Miami. Hi %  \t fun, y for Plaintiff I U :•1G-2S I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. ',55302 M BLANCHE .M'A.Ms, Plaintiff, E. •-. Sl'l.l.lVAN. el al, Di fondants. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: E. C. SCLL1VAN and • ETTA Bl'LLIVAN, hli wlfo, Ree .,.. nee unknon n JULIA i: SULLIVAN and SULLIVAN, her husband, if she bi married. Residence unknown And also, all „f the unknown hcilS. dcViscc-. granleeS, legatees, assignees, llenors, creditors or other claimants claiming; by or through, under or against any ,,f (he above; And also, all unknown parties and claimants having or claiming to have any right, title .r interest In and to the following described real property located and situate, lying and being in the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt: Lot 32 In Block 14 of HIGHLAND PARK according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 2, Page li, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. Yol' AND EACH uF YOU are hereby ordered and required to fib van aid"-:,:ance on or before the lint day of January. 1933, In the above styled cause now pending In the Circuit Court of Ihe Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dad.' 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 apC ear.in.e %  decree pro confess', will e entered against you. Said cause was Instituted for the purpose of -: title to the above de s cribed property, as will more fully appear from the bill of complaint filed In the office of the Clerk of thi circuit Court of Dade Coont). Florins This order shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Miami, Florida Dated, this 1Mb day of December, 132. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court B> W.M. W. STACKING. Deputy Clerk WARREN S W 8PM AN Attorney for PlainTIff (07 Blscayne Building \i Florida li M — l/--H NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 155495 THELMA GAITOR FREEMAN. Plaintiff, vs. AVALTEK FREEMAN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; WAI.TEII rUEEMAN lTU'i-. North Third Street Kansas cny. Kansas ?0U, WALTER FREEMAN. are hereby notified that a Bin of Complaint for Divorce bag been filed against you, and you are required • i copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, CHERTKOF AND KALISH, 607-11 olympls Building, Miami, i ."i Hia. ami file the • rlsjiii il Answei "i Healing in the ottice of the cb rk of the Cli I Court on or !>• fore thi SOtll day ,,f January, l!'"•. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will l„ laken against you for the relief, dc nded 111 II I Biplal Thinotice shall be publish.,! once each week for four weeks in Till: JEWISH FI.OP.1M \ N HONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Floilda. this 301 li dny of December, AH. 1931. K l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, D.ole County, Klorlda (Circuit Conn .-ca'i ill M c. GREEN, I Duty Clerk CHERTKoK ANli KALISH Attorneys tor Plaintiff 607-1T Olympla BIdfl Miami, plorida. 1/2-H-16-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIIY (11VEN that the undersigned, desiring Lo engage In -is under tinfictitious name of BILL MIDLERS MIAMI BEACH RIVIERA, at I1M West Avenue, Mlach, Dade Count;. Floi .,\.i. intends to register said nun., with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horlda U. M. R. coUP. n Horlda corporation BURNETT ROTH Attorney for B. M. R. o IRP, a Florida corporation ngress fluiUling MlahW, T'.o.lM., >-U-i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious najne of VERSAILLES BEAUTY SALON, at Versailles. Ho! I, :;i-'"> Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County.. Florida. GERTRUDE SALA BHE1NER ft SPIELER attorneys for Applicant 3 2 Roper Building lami 32. Florida 12 2 — 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engavic In business under the fictitious name of GANG PLANK, al 1108 West Flagler Cl -Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Honda WILLIAM J KKNNEY STEPHEN F KKSSI.KK Attorney for Applicant 4 S. W. 22nd Ave 12/2 — 1/2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155424 CORAL Ci INSTRUCT!! IN Cl >MPANY, a l": rids Coi Plai Kl.lSl'lA B PAMPSON SA.MP.~nN, his wlfo, I al, • auants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OP THE STATE OP I LOR1DA To. KI.IM1A B. SAMPSoN, If living, ami SAMPSi N, his wife, if living, whose last known reidelice was 1 Old EsSeX Road. Manchester. Mass : ItlTH W SAMPSoN. and if married her unknown spouse, whose residence is 417 Smith Street Bosthbridge, Mass: Mrs. DOROTHY S. GRAVES, and GRAVES, her husband, whose residence is pi Da*' Street. YV.stficld, Mass. LOUIS A. SAMPS' IN, and if married, his unknown spouse, whose residence Is P. O. Bos #2202, South Portland. Maine: ERNEST A. SAMPSON, and .. SAMPSON. his wife, whose residence Is Watch Hill Boad, Westerly. Rhoile Island. KI.ISII A M. SAMPSON and SAMPSON, hi* wife, whose rosldence IM 14U Hi dga street. Manchester, Mass : ALL I'NKNOWN HEIRS, doVlsees, grantoes, creditors, or other panics claiming by. through. under or against EI.isilA B. SAMPSON, nol known to be dead or alive but bell) ved to i dead; ANI l A LSI I, as to each of the above named Dcfeiiilant individual-, n they be deceased then all unknown loirs. devisees, grantees, creditors profiler parries <• 1 a 1 m I ii g by, through, under or aga mt such i lefendanta; AND ALS< i, all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest In the property which la the sui,j< i matter of this SUlt, said plop,: i'. lying and being iii Dade County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows: / Lot 84, of SILVER BLUFF GARDENS. ...cording to the riat thereof, recorded In Plat Book K, at p.igc 18, ,f the public records of Dole Coun-ty, Florida!. TOTJ AND EACH t'V YOL" are hereby notified, that a iuit has been .filed in the above named court, by th I'lal'ntirf iibove nauled. for the |1urK ise of uuleting title of the I : and to the property invoUed hereinabove des^rlhefl. YoC ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND RElJi lltm> to fib your appearance in said suit on or bcfoi, the 27th day of Ja.nn.1. \. 1!'"..1. and In default of such ai.iM .,i ,cc • ., decree pro conless., will be entered against you and each of you. This order to be published once a wnk for four ill oofisecutrve woeks in the .lew.sh 1-loridian. a newspaper published :n Hade.Couiiv. Florida. DONE AMi ORDERED at the Court House in Miami. Florida, this 24th day of December, i<*2. K H LEATHERMAN, Clark of tinCircuit court 11.ohi 'ountj i Drids By WM W STOCKING Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) BEN ESSEN 113 s. I old Hldg Miami, Florida II :' %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I the undei sigruul, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of I.oI'RUTH A IT..'., at 211-215 8. W f-th Avenue, .Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dad, County, Florida. I.i MIS AND KITH PITELNU: STEPHEN I KESSI.EK Attorney loi applicants I S. W. JEnil Avenue i a-u-q-ii DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice is hereby given that the p llei.-hip of Leslie I i a-!,, r! and CIl Frleberl trading as Claire Apartments. in Miami He. oh. Dade County, I has la. II discontinued, and disso as of I lecemlier .:i. i:i.,J I R-l(-gt-I0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 155344 KI'TH KARAS1CK, Plaintiff, v* BERNARD KARASICK, Defendai ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO BERNARD KARASK-K IU South 2nd Street Brooklyn, New Ymk Y'ou are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has bean filed against yon and you ale perebj required to serve %  copj of your Answer to the Hill of complaint on Plaintiffs attorney and file the onglnal Answer In Ihe office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before -the 21st day of January, 1953; otherwise th£ allegations of said Hill of Com plaint will be taken as confessed against you. sted this 19th day of December. 1832, E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Com i Eta WM w STOCKIN'; Deputy Clerk GEORGE J. TALlANoKK. ESQ. Attornev for Plaintiff I2U Lincoln lU-ml Mlgml Beai h, Floi Ida. i :-:i-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 29365B In Ri ESTATE i F B< IFIE I iIEN i:K. also known ., ] ileiiei, I e. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All creditors and All Pe sons Havng Cl 1 '• ilia ids Ag il It Said Esl You, u n 1 ea h ,,f you. .i I .; nd %  'i ill, %  i" present i no mis \\ hioh > on. or either ol ive igi of SOFIE HIENER, dei i ;.,'. "t Miami, Dnde Co ml I to the lion Count) Judges "t I County, ami file the same In theli II the Counts Courthov i oui •. i"i''i da, ithin eight ilandar months from the date of the first publication hi n of Said i %  accurate Mrrlc* al iexjal rattw. Phona 2-1141 &f or mtMUbgnqgr sttrelca. SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 ^ ^3!3S^ !• N.K gns T. MIAMI FLA.



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 16, 1953

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01302

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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llie\wiyh.JEIIiD!PidPiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
27Number 3
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
uman's Message Keynotes Fear
iction Reported
Israel Cabinet
SALEM Levi Eshkol. Finance Minister, was named
fmier of Israel for the period during which Premier David
in will be on vacation at Tiberias. Mr. Ben-Gurion, however,
nue to carry out his functions as Defense Minister while he
at ion. the Cabinet also decided.
is I.avon, Minister without portfolio, was named Acting For-
ter while Moshe Sharett
na heading a Mapai dele
a conference of Asiatic
thirties. The Cabinet de-
stpone the municipal
jntil a short time before
ntary elections at the
m-ters were also faced
ir-t conflict between the
of the two leading par-
l.ipai and General Zion-
rt> here said that fric-
i'.i ommittee on Economic
huh was only organized
and that all decisions
uportance had been put
today's full Cabinet
lie, the economic situa-
to be worsening. Most
Irnls have been lifted,
promised. Prices rose
including the. price of
kerosene and electricity,
| that of foodstuffs. With
it pledged to hold off
icreases, except for cost
lonuses, real wages have
Israel's Currency
An acute shortage of money is
felt everywhere in government
offices, where employees are be-
hind in salaries, in private con-
cerns which have dismissed many
workers and in business, where
the public has been restricting its
purchases to essentials. Comment-
ing on suggestions that the gov-
ernment print additional currency,
Mr. Eshkol declared that "under no
circumstances" would the govern-
ment print more money.
Mr. Eshkol stressed that his im-
mediate goal was to stabilize Is-
rael's currency, and that printing
new currency would lead to wid-
ening of the present inflation.
The Ministerial Committee on
Economic Affairs, which as head-
ed by Mr. I.avon. has proposed the
dismissal of several hundred em-
ployees of the Ministry of Com-
merce and Industry whose duties!
were abolished along with the lift-j
ing of controls from most of the
economy.
test Will Provoke
t Commons Talk
CJA Starts With Half Million
K>\ (JTA) Israel's protests to the British Government
shipment of jet planes to the Arab states are expected to
heated debate in the House of Commons. It was learned I
a number of questions concerning the British delivery of
Arabs have already been submitted to Parliament and that
prelacy Anthony Eden is expected to answer some of them.
le. it was reported that---------------------"
jets have been delivered
The same reports stated
^er Mohammed Naguib's
had been permitted to
fem from some 15.000,000
Egyptian sterling funds
Britain.
}s reported that Foreign
ials are giving "careful
n" to the Israeli rep-
on arms supplies to
The newspapers, in
the situation, assert
ley to the heart" of the
is armaments. This is
as demonstrating that
spring of the Arab
is hatred and fear of
Congress Warned
To Avoid Subtle
Corrosive Process
WASHINGTON (JTA) An en-
couraging picture of progress in
guaranteeing full enjoyment of civ-
il rights, coupled with a warning
against the "corrosive process" of
fear, was presented by President
Truman in his final State of the
Union message to Congress.
The President outlined gains
made during the war for "millions
of our fellow-citizens who had been
held back by prejudice" and asked:
"Were we prepared, in peacetime,
to keep on moving toward full
realization of the democratic
promise? Or would we let it be
submerged and wiped out in post-
war riots and reaction as after
World War I?"
We had, he said, "answered
these questions in a series of for-
ward steps at every level of gov
emment and in many spheres of
private life." He declared:
"There has been a great awak-
ening of the Aiinfrkarr conscience
on the issue of civil rights. And
all this progress still far from
complete but still continuing
has been our answer, up to now.
to those who questioned our inten-
tion to live up to the promises of
equal freedom for us all."
Intolerance
The President warned, however,
that fear threatened American lib-
erties. He declared that "the Com-
munists cannot deprive us of our
liberties fear can" and caution-
ed against "fear of the task we
face, fear of adjusting to it, fear
that breeds more fear, sapping our
faith, corroding our liberties, turn-
ing citizen against citizen, ally a-
gainst ally. Fear could snatch a-
way the very values we are striv-
ing to defend.
"Already the danger signals have
gone up. Already the corrosive
process has begun. And every
diminution of our tolerance, each
new act of enforced conformity.
Continued on Pag* 10 A
Soviets A rrest
Nine New'Spies'
MOSCOW (JTA) The Soviet press and radio announced the
arrest of nine doctors late this week. Most of them were Jews. The
charges included killing two top Russian leaders and plotting the
deaths of others. According to the Soviets, instructions for the sub-
versive activity came from British and American intelligence services
and from Zionist organizations.
The announcement said the doctors admitted killing Andrei A.
Zhdanov and Alevander S. Scher--------------------------------------------------
bakov. Zhdanov, a leading mem-
ber of the Soviet Politburo, died
in 1948. Scherbakov was head of
the political administration of the
Red Army until his death in 1945.
The official Russian news agen-
Tell West
Germans
To Hurry
NEW YORK (JTA) The Is
rael Government is sending Dr.
Chaim Yahil, deputy chief of
Israel's Reparations Corporation,
to Bonn with instruction "to see
to it that there arc no further
delays in the ratification of the
reparations agreement" with the
West German Government, the
New York Times reported from
Tel Aviv.
The report said that Israeli
authorities believe in the Aden-
auer Government's good faith
but are aware that the Arabs
bringing pressure to bear
through numerous private chan-
nels in an effort to prevent the
payment of reparations. As a
result, the danger of a 'vendors'
strike" has arisen, according to
information reacliing Israel Gov-
ernment officials, and some
West German industrialists have
threatened to refuse to make de-
liveries to Israel.
Upwards of one half million dollars was pledged at an Initial Gifts the United States against entering
affair kick off function of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal, last the field of offense.
Sunday evening at the Saxony Hotel. The sum will be applied toward
CJA's $1,398,000 goal set for this year. ,,.,,.
Sparked by the memorial dedication to Jack Ablin. who died in
November just one day before announcement of hts chairmanship of
the annual drive was to be made,
initial gifts in many instances rep-
resented substantial increases over
last year's pledges. .
Principal speaker Senator Wayne
Morse, of Oregon, called participa
tion in the Combined Jewish Ap
peal an investment in world peace
states are pictured in as he addressed an overflow audi-
press as doubting the ence of more than..400 persons at
tri partite declaration the inaugural dinner.
60. to guarantee the j "Your stake in world freedom is
ie Middle East states [ the sflpport of thisJfeweM democ-
rcssion. The Arab|racy*ln the Middle East," Morse
also said to be "ner-
the recent series of
Hong Israel's frontiers
st boom of their con-
l nited Nations truce
organization.
tian press ha-
new anti Zion.a and
;!" iaganda campaign
Nd on Pag* 10 A
Morse described Israel's strug-
gle for economic independence and
told of the severe austerity pro-
gram there due to food and hous-
ing shortages.
"Political freedom for an indi-
vidual is nonexistent where econ
omic freedom of choice does not
stand with it side by side," Morse
stated He warned American busi-
nessmen that World War III will
not be fought with a private enter-
prise economy, while predicting
Morse closed by urging residents
here to place political principle
over partisanship and called for
Initial Gifts participants to make
an investment in their stake in
world freedom by actively support-
ing the annual campaign.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, delivered a eulogy honor-
ing Jack Ablin. Campaign Chair-
man Howard Kane pointed to the
need for greater giving to meet
the goal of $1,398,000 in 1953.
Carl Weinkle. president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
described the six local institutions
participating in the campaign.
Chairman of the inaugural dinner,
"in our countrV's most criS The Senator also told of his 30, Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
hour we murtTealizeThat peace I 000-mile inspection tour of Arm, leader of Temple Beth Sholom, de-
can be won oily on n economic; Bases abroad as a member of the livered the benediction
front and that the entire world Armed Services Committee and Among guests p\ honor was Col
bcurrcntliunuergofng revoH! .-.res.ed the need for retaining ,onel Jack Arvey. ,.f Chicago, life
for a netter sttSdof ving." i ba.es for defense but cautioned long friend of the iate Jack Ablin.
cy. Tass, indicated that numerous
others were marked for death by
the "hired agents of imperialist
intelligence" but that "arrest
thwarted their villainous plan, and
the criminals failed to achieve
their goal."
In explaining the doctors' meth-
ods. Tass said they "criminally *
undermined" their patients' health,
"deliberately made incorrect diag-
noses and then, by incorrect heal-
ing methods, destroyed them."
Jew* Fle
Meanwhile, some 2.300 Jews, all
survivors of the Nazi regime, have
fled the Soviet zone of Germany
to- West Berlin since the estab-
lishment of the East German Re-
public, it was reported here today
on the basis of reliable informa-
tion. Hundreds of them sought
asylum in West Germany during
Continued on Pago 10 A
* *
Mapam Makes
Apologies For
Red Purges
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Ma-
pam Council has voted by better
than four to one22 to 49. with 18
abstentionsto protest the anti-
Zionist and anti-Jewish overtones
of the recent Moscow-led Prague
trials. These overtones, the resolu-
tion said, were a temporary mis-
take, since anti-Semitism ii "not
possible'' in the Soviet Union or a
popular republic.
While it accepted the charges
against the defendants at the trial,
the Mapam resolution defended
Mordecai Oren. one of its own
leaders who is under arrest in
Prague and who confessed to anti-
Czech State activities during the
proceedings. The resolution said
the chargest against Mr. Oren re-
sulted from a series of "tragic coin-
cidences." The Mapam. in the
resolution, identified itself with
the Zionist movement.
Finally, it attacked the Ben-Gurion
Government and the "rightists" for
their initiation of an 'anti-Com-
munist campaign" following the
trial. One of the reasons for the
fact that 18 members of the Coun-
cil abtained on the resolution WSJ
that it failed to attack the Ben-
Gurion Government for its "re-
' at
om-
adopted
The large vote attacking the
Prague trial waa made possible by
the Bad th.it a major portion oi tlm
llu.-'hoiner.IIatzair delegate- joined
the mi.re moderate minor Wings of
tr.j party. Housver. when the two


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North shore Lodge, Hadassah Slates
Chapter Hold Joint .. -
Meeting On Monday HMO MIKe rOr
Sunday Evening
The
Greater Miami Chapter ol
Dr. Pearson New
U of M President
Announcement ol the appoint
ments of Dr. JJ F W- P"0B
t0 presidency ol the University ol
v... made heir earl) thli
FRIDAY.
Miami
week
tmg
Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Will hold a joint meeting on Mon-
day. January 19th, 8:30 p.m.. at
Temple Beth Sholom. iHadassah's principal fund raisi y; pearsor becomes the second
Samuel W. Shapiro, chairman of. even( (lf |h,. ,,.,, ,h( annual ,|,m" ,,, ,,. institution of
the Anti-Defamation League for H.iliass.lh Mr(lk.a, Organisation ^ ^ ); .,ii|,I,d. p,
the State of Florida, will present n||1I1(.r ,)ancc -,- be held ;it ,he **" ^ who (i|ti, r
a book review. Specialty dancers. a,jn Quarter m PaIm hUml ^^ ^^ ^
a pantonune artist, a singer and 0|] Sundav evening. por :7 years, Dr Petrson had
a pianist will round out the pro-j Mrs Aaro|, courshon, Chapter |M,,.r, associated with the Univer
firam. umo coordinator, will serve as -n> in the capacit) oi facultj
Mrs. Selma Leban is program chalrman ()f ,hc affair she will : member and executive vice pre-i
chairman, assisted by Mrs. Betty
Binder and Mrs. Evelyn Green-
berg.
Ben Ciller CO
dent
J Symphony To Play
Add New Film
To A III. Library
Addition of the new 16mm sound
film. Born Equal, to the Films tor
Democracy Library of the Florida
be assisted b) Mr
chairman.
Also, in conjunction with th.
dinner dance, and as an addition W Ork In Memory
al means of raising funds. a'.M.uv ()f BOWUl&ll ASH
enir dance program named the inp program for thi fourth pair
Angel <>i Mercy will be printed oi concerts by the University
Mrs Bernard S.lverman is chair M" Symphony Orchestra under
, .. ,. ... ... the direction of John Bitter, with
Regional Office. Anti-Defamation man o the journal. Editor is Mr- ^ ^^ lmm ^ ^ M,,,r|)ol.
Louis Heiman Company, will include
fund- raised at the dinner uill r
,, .. ,. The Andante (antabile from the
aid direct v in the support ol tin .
ii i u \i i i <. String Ouartet in major, b> Arn
Hada.vsah Medical Organization in .H '. .
, ......., ,1, __ .,, old \ ilpe in memory ol rre-nlent
Israel, consisting al the pre-ent n T. ( L
ho>pitaN Hebrew
League of B'nai B'rith. is announc-
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PAGE 3 A
AT THE UNITED NATIONS
Political Committee of the UN has for
en listening to the vituperations of the
Stall- towards Israel. The Ambassador of
easured language of a responsible states-
Iclear cut proposal that both sides get to-
lund table to discuss the possibilities of an
] lasting peace that would include non-ag-
Ihe future settlement of the Arab refugees,
territorial boundaries. He also called for
plan that would develop the entire region
agriculturally thru cooperative irrigation
lects, thru raising health standards, thru a
rative system.
iK/rr
Delegate Ahmed Shukairi dismissed the
print of Mr. Eban for peace by insisting as
: that all the Arab displaced persons be re-
bomes in Israel they abandoned; that Jeru-
lationalized, that the borders of Israel be
itched crazy quilt adopted by the UN on
lii47. when the General Assembly voted the
ilcstine into a Jewish and Arab state. And
\e continues thru its fifth year.
the Communist bloc is enough to shake
khe future of the UN. Adherence to Krem-
ites the force of parliamentary resolutions,
(bloc appears to render the whole process
1 discussion absurd. For the Levantine an
the opportunity to orate endlessly, to repeat
In inject hate and venom, to vulgarize the
: ii.il debate.
pin. the listener might wonder at the im-
sh spoken with high pitched voice and
But the spectator at the modernistic audi-
t N sett that their discussions are read.
are obviously prepared by masters of lan-
baganda, expert in mingling argument with
bond and fact. The carefully briefed state-
pructurt and form; they reveal an under-
standing of Western psychology, as well as an awareness
of the anti-Semitic prejudices latent everywhere.
Yet left to themselves, the delegates of the Near East
run true to character. The fleeing law breaker has always
resorted to the well worn device of shouting "stop thief.
Thus the Arab representatives brazenly accuse Israel of
the evasions and breaches practiced by their own govern-
ments. The entire world knows that in 1948, the Moslems
of seven surrounding lands invaded Palestine and started
the war that led to the proclamation of Medinat Israel.
Not a Jewish ffghter stepped on neighboring soil, yet the
Levantine diplomats have the gall to say that the Zionists
were the aggressors.
Anab cmcANftr
The Orient has always been a hotbed for conspiracies.
Plotting has ever been cultivated a fine art. "East of
Suez where there are no Ten Commandments" as
sung by Kipling. The Asiatic mind instinctively attributes
its frustration to some deeply hatched plot. It was thus
in character for the Arab delegates to blame the adverse
vote in the UN to the sinister machinations of Zionists.
Evidently they did not understand its implication that the
governments behind the delegations had to be parties to
these malign intrigues. Nor did they foresee the resent-
ment and disgust of their colleagues in the General As-
sembly.
The Greek chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee tact-
fully rebuked the Arab speakers for their non-parliamen-
tary behavior. But the next speaker followed with similar
statements, evidently prepared by the same prompter.
STRATEGY
One gets the impression that the Arab politicos are
more concerned with impressing the American public
than convincing their UN colleagues. They urge that
Jerusalem be internationalized because it is a holy city.
But Rome, or Mecca, or Benares are also holy to untold
millions. Would any one advocate placing them under
international jurisdiction? The ancient Jewish capitol was
under Mohammedan rule for a millenium and under the
British Mandate for 30 years. Yet neither Moslems nor
Christians ever demanded its internationalization until
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Medinat Israel was formed. The Syrian Moslem attains a
high state of demagoguery and a low degree of chicanery
when he calls upon the Pope of Rome to appoint the :
Governor of an internationalized Jerusalem.
r*0Biim or refugees
In the matter of Palestinian refugees, the voluble Ara!>
waxes his loquacious best. At last he has an issue that
can appeal to- the humanitarian West and at the same
time brand Israel for inhuman behavior. But here agaii
the miserable status of the unfortunate DP's is a com-
mentary upon Levantine shabbiness and impotence.
How did it all come about? Why did they leave their
homes when no one drove them? The truth cannot be
suppressed that when the Moslem armies invaded Pales-
tine it was high Arab strategy to order all non Jews to
flee the country. The objective was twofold: to demon-
strate Jewish cruelty and to hold out the prospect of
plunder when the fugitives return in the wake of their
conquering armies.
A BOOMERANG
But the blundering tactics miscarried. The Jews de-
feated the invaders, set up the state of Israel, and closed
the border. The plight of the refugees was indeed un-
fortunate; but not nearly as desperate as the lot of the
remnants in German concentration camps, or the Jewish
hostages in certain Mohammedan lands. The places va-
cated by Moslem evacuees have been filled by the "In-
gathering of the Exiles", in danger of extermination in
their hostile environments.
The refugee problem is a godsend to Arab politicians.
The millions sent by the UN for their relief simply help
to maintain the corrupt regimes. The miserable plight of
these DP's furnishes an inexhaustible arsenal for whining
in the UN. Strangely, not a penny comes from Mosien
sources. Yet the Nizam of Heyderabad, the Aga Kahn of
India, and Ibn Saud of Arabia are reputed the world's
three richest tycoons. The mouth pieces of self appointed
despots clamor for something they know to be impossible.
In all the annals of history, no state has ever admitte;!
enemies that would constitute a third of its population.
The wily Arabs know that such a Trojan horse can des-
troy Medinat Israel.
selman To
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K'wlman. recently
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will speak at the
M sponsored by the
on in behalf of the
li wish Appeal.
ly leader in Essex
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latfe and radio Ruth
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lensively many phas-
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he was recently ap-
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and as a national!
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Vision Chairman Mrs.
Mrs. Jacob Kuwlmm
Louis Glasser expressed confidence
that the division, which exceeded
its goal in 1952, will repeat that
achievement in the coming cam-
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HAVE NO ILLUSION about my position in k
.joe i but I haven't lost my sense of humor." These were Z
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Arab I .'.i^ut- And Arms
Britain's recent decision to send arms, and
particularly jet planes, to the Arab League can
not altogether be regarded as another example
of that nation's opportunistic diplomacy.
Few would deny that official English circles
still nurse the wound of their ill-fated move in
May, 1948, when Tommies and guns haughtily
left Palestine in the wake of an undisguised
hope that the defenseless Jewish population
Number 3 ening it the Saxony Hotel.
The Senator's bitterness over the recent reversal of
_________ Government circles was nontbeless poorly diagila^ nj
his greatness as a liberal steins precisely from the fact tW
ness was lesi an expression of his own fate than of cJ-,
wctn|
id.- i li-iii"4' On TiM'sda?
Dwicht David Eisenhower moves into the WOrldJl future. He spoke before communal leader^
White House on Tuesdav.^as been atong .rmed ^ ^^ ^ ^
supported
Ar^nnomTincoln if only on Stevenson [or election to the Presidency and virtually,
ADr cm am, i. whpn t||e Dcmocratic Party was so convir
the basis of his pover y-stricken you.h^ ^wtmhet He has since been regarded as an
But Eisenhower wil. | uhll). coHeaguea who no longer consider him an, accrwfo
fur their principles. Prefacing his attack against what M
oncoming wave of reaction, the Senator said he would hi
hi- dutj if he did not speak out.
and successful career
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lish during the next four years should he pre-
sume to emulate his distinguished Republican
predecessor.
The General was virtually unknown a! the i
A long-time aide to,
Senator Morse indicated that he drew authority fork-
start of World War II. A longtime aide >'urtm. ,lf big membership in the Congressional Armed
Dcuglcs MacArthur he rose to the height ot nu|t(,t, .M ,ca_st unlil next Tuesday." he continued re
would be crushed by the onslaught ot torty mil,,aiy qJory when he successfully broke the ir> J(llh wnon lnp Kisenhower administration moves,
million Moslems. But their current decision to ^adj o; ,^e QerrnGn WQr machine. Since then, House and places him in political exile. This iel the ton
Eisenhower has bee:. the ol :ect of continued ator's >" rejection of his former role a* Republican
ial reverence as president of Columbia ol his declaration Of independence", a phrase he used
Univora t\ ,hl' November "election.
He returned to Europe subsequently and THE LIBERALISM OF SENATOR MORSE ii presu
.:c Xreaty Organiza- for his split with President-elect Eisenhower Lea .j,
tion (Jiving spiritual and military aid to the that he finds the General inimical to the best .mere*
" '. V""** "r i, u senator Morse had much to nj j]
unent. discussion with me during a cocktail party preeedini
Bu' see:-, the fall ^ ^ ^ m ^ mun ^J
"J,e ob" ch a major Issue. When I point
ion to re-arm th* Arab nations, he
:-: :: :': however, could be construed ,,. tacit
hero worshij he entered into blooey ,,, |,il|,llt.an administration would bring
nan his former cnanges the US State Department's attitude toward
lei in-Chii tl> that he courd view th.- : mire wift
car:.] .-.lounted I -ter This the Senator's stand on what he had bee*
assassinati who Mipportcd Eisenhower in hu ques
Seneral work cut out for the forefront of this group Is Bernard Banal
inimiqration law will be Senator Morse's rscat pwoamments. will h
thrown into his lap on Tuesday, a law "' 1-'u' American Jewry and Israel stand to
raised the wrath ol d i decent Amen- ; ,h< B "*- here
sans cti
rice :c roll alarmingly abroad.
He assumes thTpresi ,.,:. v .Wvi more readily speak alx.ut prep.ueane
... n ..mi will sound This when rather than if attitude
nl Comm tng to virulent onto. w .rilir-. .,. ,,. h(,rmost Kht]aM of ,-s :h,nk-|
ism 1. ne speaks oul ago latest h> th.- intrusion of militarists into the government. I
mattestation of Europe vei peaci mtiir Mnrsii ssJd. h toMiHslilj lniiHW
will prove bimseli t if he does ican hands bj the Russians who have been setting forts
not ;:.;c Bpeok oul anti-Semil ship to embarass our nation's confuted fori
Oi :.: ::.: |
Hemovi so on the heels
lecision re-arm lh hi ib nations even
as American ton ies *o deny
the existence ol .. the Near Eas: a
support, al ieas: ideologi Ihe new stcte oi
Israel. '
ship arms to the Arab League nations is more
a matter of economics than political strategy.
The British are in severe economic straits
The recent abandonment of Clement Atlee and
Sccichsm and the return to a conservative tcrrr.
of government underscores that fact. Prime
?.'::-.:s:e: Winston Churchill's unprecedented
visit last week with President-elect Dwight D.
.=. among other things Ihe result
of en effort to obtain ear'.y rir.ar.cia".
Btandings between the forthcoming Re;
administration end London.
Thus in its search for fcreiar. markets, the
British Government r.as not been above rel
:na :c a:, ela starr.pina ground and selling arms
re. The Arcbs of course, gain by this
emergent need. The effect of al! such -
ness arrangements' on Israel is contrarily sd
so.
The Moslem-led nations explicitly indicate
that a state c: war ex:=:s between them and
the new Jewish den.: Their recent i
a: the United Nations in the defect c: a N
wegian-inspired move to bring peace to the
Neca and ?.'.ddle las: proves ey hope
to maintain this wax and to capitalise on it
thrcaah a suooess:ul conclusive action by
.: lockade.
There can be no guarantee that the Arab
stores given renewed superiority in weapons
... no: promptly open a military campaign
against Israel. Egypt's position in this reoa-a
has been symptomatic o: A:ao Near Eastern
policy. General Naguib has (disappointed
many observers by intensifying n.s"govern-
ment s hostility toward the Jewish state. On
the one hand, he has beer, reo-ent.r.g Cairo
Synagogues during the Sabbath Observance
pressing forward n.s spir/ual and traternci
identification with the lev.-;
On the other General Naguib is now is trie
home and which is causing US pres- WM ,hl' Primary topic of his addrea v
' iA limner He declared that this subject had
He will tcke the oath o! office with the
eoi economy on his shoulders while the
upbuilding oi US armed forces goes steadilyJP" : I the world
forward and the demand for aid from abroad
r.crdly d.rr.ir.ishes.
In the face of these many paradoxes, we
hope -he General acquits himseli and our na-
tion well. The barb oi militarism end civilian'
.iin
AS I SEE IT. THE MAJOR LEVEL of M-niiican
revolved about a bravely stated
who speak for peace are nece--.inly Co
sUllini DCepUon easily led to a candid wew of
n 1. for one. hold with Senator Mom
distinction must be made between social chan. whichi
humankind and change whose end is en-!a\ement
nunesl blindness to such a distinction has beeni
I Bible for its failure actively to attract the -jpportdf
process o: extenc.no Egypt s blockade against soruur.y rcr the slightest hesitancy on the wri
S^l ?%?rV ?KaZ U3e ;:.-V- : m*V -*- W"l ever be a med^
ouez ^------ i...3 :.:ec:.y opposes
~ ; "" c
N
The
existence of c *
'oxen a lead.no role
position on. the Neca and Middle
United Nations
there. America ha?
that position ana has viewed With anno.-:.
~-:' stin......t.cn o: oiscrder oontl.o: w::n al-
lies and general regional disturbance
In bight o: this our Governments tUei
cs.on .as: week to tc.ov. Brita ? s example by
Msding arms to the Moslem-led nations .5 no
ess cm c.trooe man on impossible 30nfusioc
ot terms. While apparently refusing [gruel's
request made in February 195:. tor milit
ass.stanoe within :r.e :ramewcr> c: tne Mutual
security Act, the US now sees n: to sponsor
t.-e enemies o: peace.
We are persuaded that peace :n the Near
eastern region is no: promoted by cseatinq -
cnUcal military imbalance through Ul-cdvised
arms sales. This gives advantaae and en-
couxagement to potential aggressors instead
Tae premature allocation of arms to the Arab
states, m me abaence of any clear ormrmation
o* a common fenth. may pove to be the first
rl^S ^**5 "taUment payment* in the
name of friendship" for a non^xiatent con-
sideration.
Last week the American Zionist Counc.1
ESTJTrw ft D^t-. decision Ta
etter to Dean Acheson. In the waninq days of
I*.*" admimstiation. the protest will un-
doubtedly prove to be ineffectual. We can
no help wondermg || this ^^ m^n
H Tl i t ** ii on foreign
policy by John Foster Dulles and the EW
hower command. ^^
him, Eisenhower has
at
much to maqnify the
glory of ha early days .n -ne White House
BUI ne a.so .-.as much to overcor..- ckle-
ness ot DC
overcome him
n turn.
IVSK Moves Uu.ul
:?ional
-
o idea.
urecu
i.-I-
Those who ignore the fact that revolution ii ines
'till unenlightened areas identify themselves with
ineptitude in this matter. Tbey do not take into arcotatl
ible increase ol the world's population during the part *J
*>00 million to two billion) Nor do they consider thai
ha- mainly taken place in the sub-standard regions.
It l- economies more than politics that will be
inevitable changes. Students of our own history
that the American revolution was also essentially I
"ii.h- conflict Thus, prevalent US policy limed at
re-orientation must lead to the disaster which Senator I
Alternative measures precluding the possibility ell
rise from the desire to acquire economi< rather'
and from the stated rejection of war a^ > means i
ttems of society.
The American Governsssol must recogm/i '- neel
; italism, along with democracy to the
N other method will be effective in Ihe battle i
sm The Russians speak peace but mesa "
tarn their end The L'S has been placed i
ar while presumably meanm* I*
precisely because our government coin
-y whicn reriecrs the chanqe -"--
on .ne part d me community toward !h' -f^ ** the I'SSR as one m which the
t-_ ""ri <
-one They
-
ither of the parties is the
prue
The stalas art i
!. When it was regarded only wTchom V^L m the Wd the troubled people It is hentl
TO BE DUBBED A COMMUNIST for these beliefs <
-raued on Sunday evening. The fuu".
able welfare organization has given r
iffjI mor*modern viOTr-
:ly counselmg" 11*7S'lSLfiSf ^ '^ usJ'" v,h<> ">^"c.l b^mes c^ious.
tion oi prevalent needs Thi S i ^^ k id '," h,v *arine^ "out the future. For i
nog farmlres here as Tn oM ,. """^ ^^ ^^ Ul,h '" ,h* "coming Republican a
^Tr,^ W'de gnomic scale""85' "* "
becoaS a Irnil^ "* ""- ot ** ^^L'2" ^
may be ^ ?,qenc>' whos services k And wh" hu >* got to do with Israel* he
pSfo^Bwelu H 2?" The dec*oa on Se the 7" T* "~5tW > America^ future
pan ot Bureau omaals to charge a feeTrJ-lf JeWuh s,at*'- ** 'd. wiU lie the key to it*
" emphasize the profeiionaUauS.; TiT, wpOTtin Cs*i"*- and^lightened cap.
It properly assumes ,hat r^ Ji *"""*' on* *^> conclusively dupled bis
i '.. annsv K^nt *h* Ihium Fat it *'**
- .* Ma^viaaaiiai iici/uvu->' -J
awiuy to make dut met tons between democratic and
"tc and in its willingness to speak peace and e*
persons seeking JSSB aid <
indigent
more than
of its staff
not all
economically
charitable basis l!LS!?%' n a *>*
Cftnvo y M me> MaU COntinus, W-
welcome.
contmue to be
regard
ongres-s. Senator Morse said is wattins for l's
v^^r,^1 n th" *>- I" conchaded. mutualiH
jouthlu, democracy wUI be reduced to a inim**
Si. 1"? oveTtoo" I was Put in mid of uers^
Z*?? dn the late tweaties and early thiruta I
appeal audience was atiniretb tontberl siaaiUrb ^
a ^fwted hali nalbon dollars in iautial gifts to I* "
P*n here.


fcANUABY 16, 1953
+Jewlsttnt>r*ttor
PAGE 5A
rative Movement Leaders Will
ie Here; Seminary Meet February
, 50 leaders of the
bnservative Movement
other than Florida al-
accepted invitations to
mid winter conference
|uii Theological Semin-
eriea.
Miami Beach from
Id through 8th. the con-
nected to attract sev-
|r,.(| out-of-town dele-
.. Friedland. conference
lannounced the appoint-
week of Charles H.
as chairman of the an-
liet which will climax
Cvc on February 8th.
C vice president of the
jch Jewish Center, cur-
ferrving as chairman of
Residents Unit of the
[ Jewish Appeal and as
lof the Greater Miami
prat ion.
lion headquarters for
pnce have been opened
mi Beach Jewish Center.
Kabbi Irving H. Lehr-
mn Group Meets
lim Weizmann Group of
Iwill meet on Monday,
fl!h. at the Miami
nmunity Center, 450 SW
Jue. The program will
lerican affairs and Zion-
rclations.
Frueiitman
Friedland
man, co-clfairman of the conclave.
The spiritual leader returned last
week from Philadelphia where he
helped launch the nationwide cam-
paign to raise $2,343,000 in 1953
for the seminary, the United Syna-
gogue of America and the Rab-
binical Assembly of America.
Rabbi Lehrman and Friedland
also attended a special national
planning session for the confer-
ence at the seminary in New York
City. "We expect to announce an
outstanding speaker for the con-
ference in the.near future," Fried-
land reported.
Organization of a Southeastern
Region of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America is scheduled
to begin at the mid-winter confer-
ence, with a concurrent conven-
tion of conservative leaders in the
southern states slated.

L^kk
r rv V>t \ *
lg 1 o J 1 h fl 1 mm fijy
.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman 'extreme right), spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
launched the 1953 campaign to raise $2,343,000 for the combined budgets of the Jewish Con-
servative Movement, the Jewish Theological Seminary, the United Synagogue and the Rab-
binical Assembly of America at a dinner in Ha r Zion Temple, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on
January 6th. Shown with Rabbi Lehrman are (left to right) George M. Kohn, president of the
Seminary's Philadelphi Branch; I. H. Rosenberg, chairman of the Special Gifts Committee;
Rabbi Jerome Labovitz, executive director of the Philadelphia Branch; and Rudolph Fried,
general campaign chairman.
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Miss Rema Jackson Chooses Ballerina
Gown For Wedding At Lincoln Manor
A candlelight ceremony at the <-^o!n Man^r eMnor I th
united in marriage Miss Rema .lackson, daughter of Mr. SJld "".""
S'm 1438 Jefferson Avenue, and Will.am B. HertbrtHl, son of Mr-
Rose and ihe late Mr. Herzbrun. 500 15th Street.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated, assisted by soloist Sail) Pesso
and the Irving Laibson Trio in front of an altar decorated tfltll WHIM
gladioli, tube roses and chrysan j jn ^ |)lm, M>|on ., |ace an(|
then: um.
Jerry Herzbrun. brother of the
: was best man. Ushers were
Herbert Herzbrun and Howard Le-
vine.
en in marriage by her father.
the 'rule chose a ballerina gown.
* ivvietntrkliaiL
!*H
Mrs. William Herzbrun
. th a waltz-length, full gathered
skill "f nylon tulle. The fitted
. : st, Of imported French chan-
featuring a hoopskirt. She earned
a heart shaped fan of pale yellow
slipper orchids, with matching
hairdo. Bonnie Richard, cousin ol
the groom, and Robin Herzbrun
niece ol the groom, were flower
girls, attired in powdt r blui and
shell pink identical bell skirted
gowns "i starched nylon Thej
earned baskets ol : car
nations
Mrs Jackson, mother "i the
bride, chose teal blue tulle and
alencon lace, with double bronze
slipper orchid corsage. Mother ol
the -n>nm. Mrs Herzbrun,
cinnamon taffeta with cocoa lace
and a double green slipper orchid
corsage
Newlywed Mrs. Herzbrun i- a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School and the University of Mi-
ami. She is a member of Helta
Phi Epsilon Sororitj and past pres
ident of Clara Hirsch Landau
Chapter ol B'nai B'rlth Young
Women The groom is a graduate
ol New Jersej schools and i- a
member of Tropical Lodg(. B nai
B'rith.
A reception and dinner dance
followed the ceremony Table dee
orations for the wedding dinner
were carried out in pink roses,
Among out-of-town guests at-
tending were Phoebe Jackson,
Frida Flechler. (Vila Pomerantz.
till) lace with sweetheart decol- Yvette Attinson and Panchon Fein-
lette, featured a scalloped off-
Ider neckline with illusion in-
and long tailored sleeves
ted at the wrist.
Inserted bands of the lace form- and Elaine Herzbrun sisters-in-law
ed a peplum below the waistline of the gi
Her lace Juliet cap held in place F I r goinj ensemble,
triple-tiered finger-length veil the
ported illusion. She carried
man. aunts of the bride: Anno. Ar-
onson, Agnes Richard. Dorothy
Schwartz and Jessie Herzbrun.
aunts of the a and Kathie
- faille
with black velvet trim and
; :ite satin covered Bible cen- black accessories and white orchid
corsage Upon completion of a
honeymoon trip to Havana, the
lere '. with two white orchids and
-red with stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Miss Connie couple will reside at 1795 Nor-
on. sister of the bride, attired mandv Drive.
Personally
Sar.ford G. Kimball. son of Mr
and Mrs. Jerome Kimball. has re-
ed to his studies at Emory
ersity. where he is in the
r year of the pre-medica!
! While in Miami, he helped
celebrate the 25th wedding anni
vera try of hi- parents.
Sheldon Waldman, of 2400 SW
12t!l Street. Miami, son ol Ml
Abe Waldman, has been ac-
ted into the September. 1953
das; of Emory University Denl
-> u 1. He received the BS i i
from the University of Florida last
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Honoring their daughter, Miss
Joan Dorothy, and her fiance, Air-
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Mr. and Mrs Meyer Kaye, of 'ii>o
SW 61st Avenue, were hosts at an
1 ipen House on Sunday,
The bride-elect attendee! Miami
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the First National I
Gables
Mr Ratiner, si I Mi : Mrs.
J< teph Ratiner, 1031
enue Miami ); Cur
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Miss Evelyn Herti
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At a reception al their home on
December 28th. Mr and Mrs Ed-
win C Hert/. 3501 SW 16th Ter
race announced the engagement
ol their daughter Evelyn, to Mar
tin Sasanoff, son of Mr and Mrs
Ben amin Sasanoff, 1355 Drexel
Vvenue
The bride eleet graduated from
Miami Senior High School and is a
member of the Miami Public Li-
bra r\ stafl
Mr Sasanoff graduated from the
University of Miami where he was
a member ol Sigma Alpha Mu Era
ternity He is now. an officer with
the Miami Beach Police Depart
ment.
The couple plan a June wedding
Candlelight Ceremony Is Scene Of r '
Kor Miss Diane Star And Daniel HhiI
In a candlelight ceremony in the Algerian R(M,m 0,,' ^
Hotel on Sunday noon. Miss Diane Star and Mr !), ,
exchanged their wedding vows. Rabbi Irving U-hrman *
Ingle rinii ceremony. P"4-
The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs j^
Beach, was Riven in marriage by her father. The groom
Mi I ilhaii Heller of Miami Beach and the late UUI, g1*
Imported ivory cord lace design-
ed In a fitted bodice and full-skirt
ending in a long train fashioned
the bride's gown The leg of mut-
|on -lee>es and scalloped yoke
werc ,| ,1 with indecent sequins
and seed pearls.
Her illusion veil fell from a lace
md pearl coronet. The Bible
nhich she earned was borrowed
[nun th- groom's sister, Mrs. Ar-
:luic \ Selevan, and was trimmed
with white orchids and stephan-
Maid "f Honor was Miss Hclene
Milbauer whose gown was of mint
green chiffon Best man was Vic-
, tor I Eber. Flower girl was Miss
Linda Debra Selevan. age five,
niece of the groom, who wore a
pink and white organdy dress.
George Hines' orchestra furnish-
ed the music for the wedding and
I.,nee which followed, and Marcel
created the floral decorations. A
luncheon dinner was served fol-
lowing I toast to the newlyweds
in champagne.
Mrs Heller, a graduate of the
Universit) of Miami, is a teacher
at South Beach Klementary School
on Miami Beach She is corres-
ponding secretary of the Miami
Chapter of Women's American
OBT and i- a member of Kappa
Helta Pi Honorary Education So-
cietj
Mr Heller, a practicing attorney
in Miami, is a graduate of both
New York University and Harvard
L'niversitj Law School He is com-
mander of the Jewish War Veter-
an- Miami Beach Post No. 330.
president of the Hi-Rite Class of
the Scottish Kite 32nd degree
Masons and director of the Mi-
'ami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce,
Some 100 guests attended the
(wedding Out-of-town guests in-
Cluded Mr and Mrs Biendel, aunt
and uncle of the bride, from New
York City; Mrs Max Schwartz, of
Forest Hills, New York, aunt of
the groom; and Mr and Mrs. Ben
Leon, of Richmond, Virginia, aunt
and uncle of the groom
Following a honeymoon in New
England, the couple will reside on
Miami Beach
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ulANUABY 16.19S3
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PAGE 7 A
Ian,
Rabbi
Cas<

el V
ows Solemnized
ping an heirloom lace handkerchief worn by her greal nunt at her wedding to the president
j synagogue in New York City, B nai Jeehurun, Mrs. Peggy Kaplan exchanged vows last Sunday
H>i Abraham M. Cassel at the Kneseth Israel Synagogue.
L m marriage by he-- mother and uncle, Mrs. Helen De Frece and Mr. Ben De Frece the bride
L,wn of dawn pink silk, with layers of pink tulle petticoats lining the full skirt of the gown
Vured a portrait neckline. Her hat was of iridescent pink sequins with white pearls
rnv carried a bouquet of
Eta, lillies of the valley
tube roses above a Bible
dally for the occasion
usalom, Israel, by the
bf the groom.
William Masur and Mrs.
I lt;il. sister of the bride,
irons of honor. Dr. Mal-
Fernmn. nephew of the
\u- best man. Giving Rab-
in marriage were his
law and sister, Mr. and
Bore Cicrson, of Miami,
former students of the
Bluart Goldman and Ber-
llin. of Miami Beach, act-
lers.
ing at the wedding cere-
rhich was attended by
<>f residents here, were
fcuis A. Cassel, brother of
|m. and Rabbi Moses Mes-
bresident of the Greater
ahhinical Association. Par-
Rabbis included Joseph.
pcoh Kaplan. Max Shapiro,
ttni^h. Simon April, Shmar-
Br.-ky. Mayer Abramowitz,
faxman, Irving Lehrman,
gekovsky and Harry Et-
nf the area were part
pi choral group in honor
femony and were directed
|a:n.iels. with Joseph Sch-
Tancl Hy Fried at the or-
Kluded in the Cantorial
were Cantors Abraham
Kneseth Israel, Samuel
lerel Kelemer. David
Kdward Klein, Jack
|n. Irving Robinson, Aron
en. Jacob Tambor, Elisha
Arthur Wolfson, Morris
ouis Velsky and I. Kas-
Irving Kelemer, repre-
[ie youth of the commun-
a special prayer honor-
ouple.
ormer Mrs. Kaplan was
from Julia Richmond
!. New York, and the
Academy of Dramatic
Kelly, she has been affili-
various official capacities
Sisterhood of Beth Shol-
il< Board of Education of
klom and was organizer of
Education and the PTA
io on the Board of the
fouth Commission and the
rid Social chairman of
<^>txlctlu J l/eiaftt,
i
ot*
HELEN ALPERT
Mrs. Abraham Cassel
the Hannah Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah. She is an ardent worker
for Bonds of Israel.
The bride's father, the late Zion
Bernstein, was listed in the orig-
inal Who's Who as one of the
pioneer merchandisers in New
York and as the founder of Nor-
ton's Store there. s
Rabbi Cassel has been the spir-
itual leader of Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation for the past two years
and is founder and director of its
Psychological and Guidance Clinic,
where he has been treating people
of all faiths. He has also been
conducting a psychological pro-
gram on the radio called, Guide To
The Perplexed.
The groom formerly held pul-
pits in Claremont, New Hamp-
shire; Glen Cove, Long Island; and
Washington Heights, New York.
Before coming to Miami Beach, he
was the spiritual leader of the
Jewish Center in Hoboken. New
Jersey. He is a member of the
American Psychological Associa-
tion, the New Jersey Psychologic-
al Association and the Florida Psy-
chological Association.
He is the only ordained Rabbi
in the State of Florida who is also
a practicing Psychologist and Psy-
chotherapist. Rabbi Cassel is a
graduate of Yeshiva University and
Columbia University. At present,
he is completing his research to-
r. Shtafman
hal Told
... ment of their daugh-
<. to George Shtaf-
K. son of the Michael
Brooklyn, New York,
1' I by Mr. and Mrs. Max
l<'"> 10th Street, Miami
i r is a sophomore at
Pr ity of Miami, where she
ii In Health Education.
i~ stationed with the
' sonville, Florida.
luple have set no date for
11
\
"&
b*t Marilyn Behar
Miss Beverly* Kausch
Beverlye Keusch Is
Engaged To Corporal
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Beverlye, to Corporal Seymour
Jaffe is announced by Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Keusch, 1010 SW 62nd Av-
enue.
Society editor of the Tamiami
News, the bride-elect is a junior
journalism major at the Univer-
sity of Miami, where she belongs
to the Quill Club and Lead & Ink.
Miss Keusch is also publicity di-
rector of Tempo. U of M magazine,
and associate editor of TV maga-
zine.
Corporal Jaife. a radar instruc
wards a Doctor of Philosophy'de-
gree in Psychology there.
He is a member of the Rabbin-
ical Council of America, the New
York Board of Rabbis and the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
ation. He is also on the Board of
Governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Following the marriage cere-
mony. Rabbi and Mrs. Cassel left
for an extended trip to Cuba. Tak-
ing over the Rabbi's pulpit while
he is away will be his brother,
Rabbi Louis A. Cassel.
June Wedding Bells
For Hoslvn Cohen
Miss Roslyn Cohen
June wedding bells are in the
offing for Miss Roslyn Cohen.
Announcement of her engage-
ment to Irwin I. Schwartz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Schwartz. 4580
Post Avenue, is made by the bride-
elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
fred Cohen, 2458 Flamingo Drive.
Uisa Cohen graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami,
whore she was a member of Delta
Phi Kpsilon Sorority.
Mr. Schwartz also attended the
University Of Miami. His fratern-
ity is Ta'i Kpsilon Phi.
tor for th? Air Force at Keesler
Air Force Base. Mississippi, is the
son of Mrs. Flora Jaffe and the
late Charles Jaffe. Brooklyn. New
York. He graduated from tafay-
ette High School and the Pierce
Institute of Television there.
The couple met at a party four
years ago while Miss Keusch was
vacationing in New York. No date
has been set for the wedding.
Mass Initiation
Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a mass initiation
on Tuesday, January 20th. at Simp-
son Park Hall. A candlelight* serv-
ice will be featured. Mrs. Herman
Goldsein is in charge of refresh-
ments.
"Well," said Rose Kogan in great satisfaction, "I've never been
to a Coronation, but now that I've attended the Rabbi Cassel-Peggy
Kaplan wedding, I can guarantee I've been to its American equiv-
alent."
The Sunday nuptials took place in the Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion which simply rocked with the presence of 4,000 for a capacity
of 1,000. The bride wore pink. Glowing observers were here hand-
some children .
Mrs. Kogan was enthusiastically reporting the event to friends
gathered later that evening at the William Loebs', where newly-
engaged Bob Loeb and Rhoda were receiving at the door. "Well my
goodness," I said to tall Bob whom I'd last seen as a teenager, "you've
grown sol"
"And you," he said kindly, "have shrunk."
You never know what cosmopolites you'll meet at the Loebs'.
There was a Holland group, and a Canadian group from Montreal.
And a long-distance from New York named Michele whom we cata-
logued as French. And Florrie't brother Eric who flew from Hol-
land to execute perfectly a combination barn dance plus minuet to
rhumba music talented boys, these Dutchmen!
ON TOUR:
Coral Gables' Sally Wellin, who's been guiding the B'nai B'rith
Women of Miami through a successful infancy, will be luncheon-feted
by its Board before she leaves for the executive conference in Vir-
ginia. They'll all be meeting and eating at the Biscayne Terrace on
January 21st. Some of the leaders are corresponding secretary Elinor
Goldstein, first veepee Dorothy Coe, secretary May Newmark, treasurer
Rita Ravts. President is Mrs. Harvey Herman who got so gripped
seeing her husband build that tremendous business place in the north-
west for wholesale radio and television, she decided she'd match his
industry by having the house painted .
News from surgeon-dentist Dr. George Einhorn is that his new
office is located on SW 21st Avenue. In the old office on Coral Way
hung a mounted sailfish. He and his wife are fishing enthusiasts
maybe they needed bigger room to hang more prize catches! .
FroiT: Saul Worth a fistful of action notes: that Lucille Weiss and
Mrs. Horowitz are working apace for the February 23rd huge public
concert at the Beach Auditorium of the Miami Beach Civic Orches-
tra .. that the AZA group of B'nai B'rith has launched a teenage
club which is ardently raising funds for Israel so if you see 16
youngsters pulling around in wagons, carts and autos, give them all
your old newspapers. Their hearty assistant is the Young Adults' Bob
Stone .
A romantic night is tabbed for a Baker's Haulover beach party
> this Saturday by Tropical Lodge. Bob Stone or Budd Cutler have your
I tickets Elaine Krause is one of the figures behind a March of
Dimes dramatic sketch for the Young Adults at the Miami Beach Com-
munity Center Their membership dance is Sunday night .
Ronald Fern says he's used to all those startled looks he's
a look-alike for Hollywood's Jeff Chandler. Ronnie's now the Roney's
assistant auditor.
FOCUS:
Prompter than prompt, as is usual, was Dr. Abraham Wolfson's
immediate typewriter and pen. Mrs. Sonya Gerbert, says he, is a
true poet. Her Yiddish poems he quoted are from her book, "Strings
from my Heart". They sparkle, and "they charm the reader with
their simplicity and effective manner of describing emotions
nature, war, humorous poems, holiday poems, and delightful child-
ren's songs and tales." A Miamian, she's always being pressed to
read aloud her friends always urge her to tuck a few poems under
her arm like a violinist with his sweet fiddle on her way any-
where .
It was Stormy Weather, braved by Ethel Machtei and others on
Friday when they turned up to hear Mrs. Irving Abrams vividly paint
the latest-brilliant moves by Brandeis University. In blue velvet and
a pearl choker, Stella Turk looked almost too delicious to step out as
Greater Miami chapter president of the Women's Committee. How-
ever, good successor stepping in was Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg .
Elsie (Mrs. Johni Kronenfeld always ignites swirling admiration
with her unique metal jewelry. She doesn't particularly like stones, so
depends upon stunning designs, gladly plucking off earrings, neck-
laces, brooches, anything you want to drool over more closely She's
the Atlanta Weinkle family, and when grandma found John, that sud-
den blackout in Atlanta was the quick fade of all the fellas at Emory
and Georgia Tech .
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER:
Utterly fascinating in the pioneer tradition is the building of
South Dade's first Jewish house of worship. All faiths are contrib-
uting to it, because they're all neighbors in the Redland District.
Twenty years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Max Losner moved to Homestead
from Tampa, and opened a dry goods business. Their small sons
were Paul, Irving and Monroe. A bit earlier, the Silvermans had
moved to Florida City, and they also had three small sons Edward,
Samuel and Meyer. Silverman became Mayor of Florida City. Down
in Goulds was the Altman family.
And until 1930, that was all.
Over in Tampa, young Herman Marks began wondering if his
Uncle Losner's letters could possibly be true about this beautiful
country down here. So he and his wife came to check. And stayed.
Losner it now president of the First National Bank, grown-up Paul
is the bank's vice president and owner of the Max Department Store,
and Herman Marks is on the Homestead City Council.
The Marks' daughter Rennie, co-ed at the University of Florida,
was the first Jewish child born in homestead at the first hospital, the
Fiske. And natch the other kid born there was Billy Losner, Paul's
son .
Soon the name of Ben Leff replaced the Altman's, when he
bought them out in Goulds, then re-settled in Homestead. The thriv-
ing Overseas. Highway shortly washed out memories of the depres-
sion, and a great winter farming industry arose. It electrified Jew-
ish produce men and buyer*. South Dad* suddenly looked like
something special which is what the Losners, Marks, Lefts and
Silvermans had been saying all the time!
And next week you'll hear about William Raskin, Jules Cherry,
the Irving Barnetts, the Julius Finkles, Sidney Peckett and how
they improvised a tiny shul in the Odd Fellows Hall


PAGE 8 A
Merrill Concert Is
Planned By Sisters
v ith all activities directed to-
wards its forthcoming Robert Mer-
rill Concert, the Sisterhood of the
M mi Beach Jewish tenter will
present ;i sketch of the lite of this
,1 Ixiritonc of the Metropolitan
Opera at its ne\t meeting on Mon-
day January 13th. 1:15 p.m.
- Milton Sirkin. program
chairman, announced that a biog-
. ol Merrills career will be
ated bj Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
A: ther highlight of the program
recorded excerpts from his
tic triumphs and famous bal-
la< with an accompanying com-
tary bj Cantor David Silver

he I! ibert Merrill Concert will
i place on February 18th. at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Mr Joseph A. Berman, president
oi -.he Sisterhood, indicated that
the' concert will be its one fund
itj affair for the season and
be -taged for the benef't of
the Religious School of the Center.
Syman Could Airs
Vegetarianism Here
-ymon Gould, associate editor
ol he American Vegetarian, will
I. ire tonight. 8 p.m.. at the Wil-
liam Penn Hotel.
Subject of Gould's talk is sched-
u:-; as: How Vegetarianism
Hi p Modern Man.
uld will also appear I
the Spinoza Outdoor F< I
row afternoon. 3 p.m oi
ie home of Dr Abn
Uth Street and Oceai
ti iscuss i irganio
dace And Its Relati >n T
H< ith.
Id an announce:
w< k, Gould indie..-
Ma&ich. of the I--. I gel
S iety, has pr ;
ie ing the pc"; es
in *he event of universj
phe.
1 la !' C&ato*
Dedication!
Ceremonies wUI be held at the
Flagler-Sranada Jewish Commun-
ity Center on Sundaj evening
p.m.. marking the dedication ol
two classroom- presented b) Natn
an Adelman and family in m.
of Mar) B. Adelman and N
and Abe Kurman in mem
Emma and Isaac Kunr.an
Guesl speakers will be Ra
David Shapiro and Max Shapiro
The Women's Group ol
ter has undertaken to run an
Annual carnival and Bazaar which
will be held on March 8th Mrs
, stiller will act as chairman
Mrs Walter Stewart will be in
, : food, with Mrs Ben
(loin taking care ol donations and
Mrs Stiller will be assisted b>
the Board of the Women's Group
which consists oi the Mesdi
Jack Cohen. Alvin Newman, Phil.
Shift. Aaron Shapiro. Mortj I '
Herman Feldman and Charles
Blau.
The regular monthl> meeting ol
the Women's Group will be held on
January 22nd The monthly lun-
cheon Will be on Januarj 27th,
with Mrs Leon Bernard as chair
man.
The Center's Board of Directors
met last niiiht with Samuel Kirsch-
ner presiding.
The following Nominating Com-
mittee was elected at the last gen
era! meeting Sidney stiller.
Charles Adelman. Edward Peyser,
:- and Jack Cohen.
HKJHHP SEEDED
Urgent pleas for blood for the
eight-year-old daughter of a
wounded World War ll-Korean
vsteran are being made here.
The child, a victim of leukem-
ia, is receiving direct transfus-
ions at home. Blood type needed
is O-Negative. Donors are re-
quested to telephone 58-7597.
Lowe Gallery
Features Exhibits
Two new exhibits will
iniversitj ol Miamif I
lerj nexl week
Pi' h"1""1 '" llr S2S
can Exhibil .
stituteof .''"'r
members' preview Monda;
I thepublii
exhibil through Februarj 8th
ti
Rembrandl purer
and other masl
be o. i
in 23rd. v
the} will remain until
The Musical
which
opened last week v-
throu :1""' '
raphs bj Klara I ":!
exhibit in the print room maj be
seen through Wednesda) Januarj
2tot
""PAY, IANUABY i,,
Mobile Wood 1 "nil At (alible*
Vnnouncemenl was m**' this {ters Blood Bank exigence
,,.;, i.x A K.lgar *U>r. president
,,, ,|,e Coral Gables Jewish Center.
that due to emcrcency requests
r bl.....I Ihe MuM Mobile Unit
,,,,, beat the Center on Tuesday
,.,,., 20th, B p.m. through 8
m
In the lew month! of the ('en-
P m
iate assistance has bee
needed emergenciej." muw"1
i emergency requests adding that blood was
large quantities and t
Bank is now empty
Ladies of the gtaWrajl
son'e supper to alUhodoJ
the Center Bl<.<
Bank.
The Family of the Late
Rabbi Jacob J. Honiq
acknowledges with gratitude
the many expressions of sympathy
in their recent bereavement
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MANUfACTUMD If
for the information
of contributors to
Israel causes in 1953
Tin inspiring job of immigrant absorption and economic stabil
turn ;n Israel is under way. ("he more than 700.000 Immigrants
brought to Israel since 1948 must be knit into the fabric of a stab!.-.
viable, creative society, rhousands upon thousands of additional acres
musl be put under cultivation, Agricultural settlements and housing
projects must go up everywhere.
I his effort to make the land more fruitful and its immigrants pro-
ductive and Mlt-.ustainint! represents the must chalk-rcing and formi-
dalile task since the start lour and a half TOM ago ol th.c dramatic ::nd
unprecedented l"ff"h"*1,,f exiles. In 1953. Ihe task of providing free
funds for these great and urgent programs is the continuing responsibility
ol ihe I KITED JEWISH APPEAL.
UJA dollars are the lifeblood ol Israel's new. dynamic society 1 hey
are vital to Israel's healthy growth. Iii 1953, then, UJA funds must How
\vith renewed vigor.
Warranted and Unwarranted Campaigns
In addition to the I \l 11 I) Jl WISH APPEAL, there arc other
authorized organizations with established records ol constructive work
in Israel that can claim public support in ;f.c United States.
Ihe Jewish Agencj lor Palestine, with the support of the Israel
Government, and in response to requests from the oreani/cd Jcish
communit) in the United suites, set up in 1(>49 a COMMITTEI on
CONTROI \M> Ai rilORIZATION Ol CAMPAIGNS. 1 his Committee passes
on the validity and general usefulness oi all proposed campaigns for
institutions and projects in Israel.
On occasion, new campaign for limited purposes have been
launched by individuate and organintJMai Some of these have put
forth claims not always warranted by (acts, and have requested support
out ol proportion to their importance.
When in Doubt
I he ( ommittee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns will
shall) publish its 1953 list ol authorized campaigns. Until sueli a List il
published, whenever you are in doubt write to the JEWISH AGEN< V
FOR PALESTINE, Committee on Control and Authorization of
Campaigns, 16 I ast 66th Street. New York City.
However, nothing surpasses the importance of the UN1TF.D
JEWISH APPEAL lor Israel's future. The country's great potential of
material and moral growth depends on continuous, uninterrupted
support of UJA. In 1953 a contribution to the UNITED JEWISH
APP1 AI is an investment in Israel's stability and a vote of confidence
in the 1.500,000 men and women who are building a powerful demo-
cratic society m the Middle East
The JmeUh tgeney for Ptdettine urget the American Jevi'h
puMfr u, $uppori la# I MTED 1KWI8B APPEAL in 1953 triih
in mi,,i generotUy,
IN GREATER MIAMI
The UNITED JEWISH *PPEAL is supported by
< ombin<>HJt.,riMh Appeml
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
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IY, JANUARY 16, 1953
ledule Testimonial Dinner For Rabbi
:kovsky; Leaders Are To Participate
arris J. Altschul, communal
Ir and Miami Beach resident,
Accepted the chairmanship of
Testimonial Dinner to be ten-
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
ribute to his service to the
nunity and his congregation,
p.- announced by Hyman Sher,
Jdent of Congregation Beth
for H. Kramer, of Miami
and New York, will serve as
ptary to the Dinner Committee,
dinner will take place on
lay evening, February 22nd,
lc Hotel Edward,
king with Altschul on the
er Committee are Kramer,
ICiment, Louis Ciment, N. H.
stein. Abraham Cohen, L.
J. Krantz, Joe Kaplan and
Schcchter.
blii Rackovsky, who is serv-
ts spiritual leader of Congrc-
li Reth Tfilah for the seventh
vu previously Rabbi in Syr-
New York. A graduate of
abb] Isaac Elchanan Theolog-
Biininary. he holds over ten
Inical degrees, six of which
reived in Israel.
of the diplomas he possess-
received from Rabbi A. I.
>f Jerusalem.
Ibbi Rackovsky is acknowl-
i- a national leader and
rity n Jewish law," Presi-
Bher said. "He is one of the
ffuished members of the Un-
^ Orthodox Rabbis of the
S'ales and Canada, as well
I he Rabbinical Council of
ea "
oiu sponsors of the dinner
lerman Berk, I. Brenner, S.
Iwi i. Nathan Cinsburg, Rab-
|exander S. Gross, Samuel
an Samuel Heller, J. Kauf-
Lobel, Morris Labov. Rab-
Bni; I.i hrman, Dr. Irwin Ma-
|". Aluaham Mason.
bi Moses Mescheloff, Sidney
Inter, Stanley Phillips. Sam-
[einhard, Benjamin Sherry,
jsed Shel Emess
I Install Officers
\h\ Simon April will install
ol the Sisterhood Chesed
|Kmes on Sunday evening.
r> 18th, 8 p.m., at the Miami
| School and Congregation.
l-rael Goldberg will assume
line of president. Others to
(tailed are the Mesdames Lou-
ck and Rachel Sakowitz, vice
HTesponding secretary; Lil-
Inyder, financial secretary;
(rah Stone, treasurer.
members include Nathan
i'ler. the Mesdames Dian
A. Cotzin, Anna Gruberg,
Bmer, Lizzie Litt, Sadie Man-
V- Okanoff, R. Rapkin, Lee
tein and Mr. and Mrs. David
p Drewich, president of the
Hebrew School and Congre-
will be guest speaker. Act-
master of ceremonies will
ley H Palmer.
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A. Werman.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
Unveil Monument
For Goodman
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Israel R.
Goodman will take place on Sun
day, January 18th, 1:30 p.m., at
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will officiate.
Mr. Goodman, who died on Ap-
ril 12, 1952, came to Miami from
St. Louis, Missouri, some five
years before his death. A nation
ally known Zionist leader, he
founded the Young Judeae move-
ment in his home city and headed
the Young Judaea Council of 21
clubs. He was president of the St.
Louis Zionist Organization for four
years and chairman of the Zionist
Emergency Council there for five
years.
Mr. Goodman was also a mem-
ber of the National American
Christian Palestine Committee for
the Southeastern states. It was
mainly through his effort that non-
Jewish American elements were
enlisted in the Zionist cause.
Thurmond Monument Company
is in charge of arrangements.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Brandvis Lodge
The Louis D. Brandeis Lodge No.
199, Free sons of Israel, and its
Ladies Auxiliary will hold a joint
Fifth Anniversary Dinner and
Dance at the El Mamba on Sunday
night, 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be
procured through Miss Edna Fin-
berg.
PAGE 9 A
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PAGE 10 A
Soviet Government
Arrests New 'Spies'
Continued from Page 1 A
the last few week-
Reports received from the East
zone state that last week more
Jews were arrested there and
charged with being "Zionist and
imperialist agents." Few Jew- re-
main in the higher echelons of the
Communist Party in East Germany,
the reports assert, and in many
cases Jews have been expelled
from the only organization of vic-
tims of Nazism in the country At
present there are only about 2.500
Jews left in East Germany.
An order seizing the property
of Jewish families who have not
returned to the Soviet-held part of
Germany has been issued by the
Communist authorities there ac-
cording to information received in
Bonn. Jewish property worth sev-
eral hundred million dollars will
now formally pass into the hands
of the East German Communist ad-
ministration.
The German press featured
news of the escape from East
Germany to West Berlin of Dr. Leo
Zuckerman. former assistant to
East German President Wilhelm
Pieck Dr. Zuckerman had been
branded a "Zionist spy" by the
}".;-! German Communist Party
Pr Zuckerman. a Jew. fled to West
Berlin with his wife and two child-
ren.
I'ntil recently. Or. Zuckerman
i chief of the President's Chan-
cellery. The Communist Party
statement said he had tried t"
force Soviet-zone Jews to band to
r in a Jewish community to
receive aid from the Joint Distri-
bution Committee which the i
r~.uni>t statement said was "an
American espionage agencj
Interrogation of Jews
Reports published in the Lon-
( -. press state that hundred- of
Jews in government jobs in So-
viet-dominated countries of East-
ern Europe have been "interrogat-
ed" by the peoples' police, and I
rrany have been "hounded out of j
their jobs by vague charge- ol
supporting Jewish and American '
imperialism These same patches report that "tho-e who
can are moving to the West" and
find their way to refugee camp-
in Western Germany.
"Deep concern" at the "exten-
sive use of anti-Jewish and anti-
Zionist arguments" at the recent
Prague trial was expressed in a
resolution adopted in Uindon by
the Executive Committee of the
Pnt:sh Council of Christians and
Jews.
Mandell To VtVir
Jewish Violinists
Harold Shapiro, commentator on
the radio program. Meet Your
Neighbor, has invited Edward I
Mandell to be his guest on Sun
day. Januarj 18th. l is p.m over
station WINZ
Mandell will be interviewed on
the subject Famous Violinists 01
Jewish Origin.
A graduate of the Massachu
Institute of Technology and I
prc-ident of the MIT Club of South
Fionda he was > uolinist with
the L'niversitj of Mian-.i Symphony
Orchestra under the late Dr Arn-
old Volpe.
Protest To Provoke
Hot Commons Talk
Continued from Page 1 A
designed to prove that British
forces at Fayid have recruited
2.000 "Zionists" former mem
bers of the extremist Irgun and
Stern groups who are being
held in readiness to earn.- out ,
"terroristic acts" against Egypt
it was reported today from Cairo i
Stand Discussed
A spokesman for the State De-
partment in Washington confirm-
ed that Henry Byroade. Assistant
Secretary of State for Near East-
ern Affairs, has discussed Eg) pt
with British officials and indicat-
cated that the discussion may have
included a proposal by Sccretan
Byroade that Egypt become a mem-
ber of NATO and receive militarj
aid.
The spokesman. Michael McDer
mott, had t>een asked to comment
on a British report that Mr. B>-
has suggested that Egypt be-
come a member of NATO, and in
Egypt would become elig-
ble I 'in military assist-
ance, Mr McDermott said it seem
ed apparent that the report .
"from some speculation of -
one genet
tian pments Hi Ided.
here in thi '
partry.. nt not in a positioi
to confii ny the si rj in
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lmistfhr*#a!L
Zamora Sisterhood
Installs Members
The SistcrhooJ ol Zamora .lew
,-h Center consei rati I '' nfW
ers on
The I '':':"'"
Mrs I
I in sident
Charter '; m
. d the Me- Ian es Sam Altman.
Vurrax Har-on. Arttl II '' rah. Eh
Einbeinder. John Freshman Ben
Freidman. Paul Goldberg, Leon
II..:_ VI -"" Joseph R(
Sam Raabi novich and Al Wyner
Following tne ceremony, a plaq-
ue with the inscribed names o!
the Charter member- was present-
ed to the -enter Presentation
mi mi le bj Mr- San: K.-.:nu-
Vr- Joseph Wii-hrot and Mr-
K e Launtz rendered vocal selec
lion-, accompanied by Mrs Dave
Matter at the piano
The closing prayir was given by
Mr- Max Friedson
At the weekly luncheon meeting
of Miami Beach Lodge No 1591.
B'nai B'nth. scheduled for Tue<
daj Januarj -'0th. 12:15 p.m, at
the National Hotel. Judge Vincent
C i.iblin will be guest speaker
ra>AY, 1AN1I...
. Miami Wind
ow
Julius Jay Perlmuffer, Miami Beach real estate broker kj*
.^pointed to the five-man Board of Governors of the <>nlril '*l
Florida Fl.....1 Control District The district, which supenilS
$208,000,000 control program, is now under way m thatW!H
state Named to fill Fcrlmutter's chairmanship (,n tne [),!urJ
Zoing Board oi Adjustment from which he resigned b|!9
Cohen, Miami attorney The new chairman. appointed ,"Jr|
former (iov.-rnor Fuller Warren on January 2nd. i- a gra^w"!]
Universities of Florida and Miami .
A distinctive emblem for the windshield oi volunteer,
of th- I).'C County Civil Defense Council are now being di**-
according to I. D. M th.- stickers. J. Ntwton Lummui, Jr.. county director, said j^
Cohen w;.s reelecte.l president of the Op* Locka Chamber tit
merce last week Named to the Board of Directors was Or. j a
An assistant county solicitor will soon be named by JefcigL
Function of the new office is to be on weekend' standb> seJz!
the interviewing of witnesses in cases occurring on Saturdasti
Sunda>-
Bet-^ih Godwin, Miami author of humorous verse, win nm
Self Expression Through Light Verse course starting on Janiuni
at the downtown YMCA. Registration opens today A nei
was named last week by Miami city commissioners phim,
attorney who resides at 1800 SW 13th Avenue, has been apfm,
the City Planning and Zoning Board. He will fill the vacancy
bj the resignation of William O. Singer whose term runs throvka
12th New constable who took office in Dade County las'. tH
Leonard Tobin, insurance man who defeated John Babera,,
election for District No. 5.

LEGAL NOTICE
Truman Warns
Against Fear
Continued from Page 1 A
each idle accusation, each demon-
stration of hysteria each new-
restrictive law is one more sign
that we can lose the battle again-t
fear."
Fear, he affirmed, is "an enemy
within ourselves, and if we do not
root it out. it may destroy the very
way of life we are so anvious to
protect."
Difficulties Foreseen
Meanwhile, intensive proceed-
ings against aliens and naturalized
citizens next year are indicated by
a breakdown of the estimated
workload and expenditures of the
Immigration and Naturalization
Service for the fiscal year of 1954
as outlined in President Truman's
message.
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for STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
takes pride in inviting you
to attend
a stirring and memorable concert
by tie world's foremost violinist
Yeliudi MENUHIN
Tnunday Evening, January 29,1953 at 8:30 P.M.
Miami Beach Auditorium
Yehudi Menuhin symbolizes the greot genius of Jew, in mujic ond
the on,. The State of Uroel perwnifie, the Jewi*h geniu, *or
p.oneenng buddmg, dreoming ond fighting for th, pr.servat.on
of the .deal, and tradition, of our people.
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ded ^,9o,te/:W,i\PeOP,e P-'-P^ in on even, the. 7,
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JANUARY 16, 1953
Kickoff Has
Response
Neighbor Day house-to-
npaign brought "excell-
Bts", according tp Com-
Ehest volunteer workers
nched the Red Feather
Itan Division's drive last
It 1 p.m.
signal for the campaign
urn the Goodyear blimp
opped 1.050,000 red feath-
residential areas here.
Jthcr represented a dollar
best's record goal.
letropolitan Division, set-
[sights on $131,000, kept
tgional offices open late
1s poured in from some
house-to-house workers.
ptains reported "over the
Us in the first day of the
I Benefits To
Rescue Fund
oneer Women's Organiza-
Bb No. 1, will sponsor a
Thursday evening, Jan-
Id, 6 p.m., at Congregation
Bah for the benefit of the
lilding Fund in Israel.
Essie Welensky is chair-
Brrangements, assisted by
9ames Celia Beckerman,
Ihiiclitcr and Henry Seit-
Ibi Joseph Rackosky will
speaker.

tDLER'S
Mount Sinai Nurses
PIaced On Five Day,
40 Hour Schedule
Registered professional staff
nurses at Mount Sinai Hospital
were placed on a five-day, 40-hour
week without a reduction in sal
ary, effective yesterday, according
to> Max Orovitz, president of the
hospital's Board of Trustees.
The decision makes Mount Sinai
the first in the southern area to
put the shorter work week into
effect for nursing personnel as
proposed by the American Nurs-
ing Association and the Florida
State Nurses Association.
"Recognizing that the 40-hour
week has been accepted as the bas
ic work week by the majority of
professional and industrial groups
throughout the country, it is the
desire of Mount Sinai's administra-
tion to place its professional nurs-
ing staff on an equally high econ-
omic and social ltvel," Orovitz
said.
As a result of the new person-
nel policy, the hospital also aims
to implement a program that will
provide its staff nurses with a
more stable family and social life
by arranging that they have two
consecutive days off as a regular
weekly standard.
*Jewisl>fhrkXan
Obituaries
PAGE 11 A
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'>. "I ZIZ0 S\V L'llth S|i|.,i .,_..,I
aa -'-"u.ry T.h. In'';',',;, .'r'r,;;,1!
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wa.i* and HiiiiMt-H .in,i Jam-1 iie.
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Gladys I'lotkln. Hervieea were on Jan.
uari 8th, at -The M.aml Mversfie*
U-ry. "Ue^n"'n, on M"'"' Nebd Ym:
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Volunteers Mass
For Telethon
One of the greatest concentra-
tions of volunteers that the Greater
Miami Community has ever ex-
perienced will be seen in connec-
tion with the United Cerebral Pal-
sy Telethon on January 24th and
251 h.
The Telethon, a 14-hour televis-
ion show, opens at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. 11 p.m.. on the
night of January 24th. Some 300
members of the Communication
Workers of America, Local 3107,
have volunteered their services to
work after their regular working
day.
Dennis James will emcee the
show. Martha Raye is chairman
of the Talent Committee, and such
top stars as Ray Bolger, the Vaga-
bonds. Charlie Farrell, the Novel-
ites. Preacher Rollos, Ted Wills.
Phil Brito and a host of others,
will appear during the all night
show.
Burnett Roth is chairman of the
Telethon Committee. *
7, i-lrloltl. M. ISAACS
73, of 1^0 South Shore I >i ive. died oil
i5?"Z survived by his
New' ?*%. "f*!" "' ""t to
Hew Fork i Ity for aenrlces and inter-
ment by the Miami Bea.h Riverside.
SAMUEL KIHT
. >f 1838 Collins Avenue, died on
January gth ,,,. |, survived by hi"
wife. Rm and two daughters, Mr*
Beverly i.ustie- ami .\n8S Dlanne. Ke:
mains were aenfto Chlcaao, Illinois,
EE Tr.."'''*. an'1 Interment by the
Miami Beach Kiveralde.
| HERMAN STERN
64, of 3425 Collins Avenue, died on
January lth. He la survived by his
wife, Knee. asMnalna wart sent to
New lork City for services and Inter-
ment by ,h* Mtn.nl Hea, h River",,le
-, .,'H."rf'IP H'HMKRTZLKR
...I, of Si.t Eu.llil Avenue, died on Jan-
uary nth. A ,.,idem here forth- past
Mar. and co-owner of the Belve-
dere Hotel, he is survived by his wite,
Lil.ta.i. one s. PhflNp; ;o.,e d.u.Eh-
.', ,h Mroella HiKer; an.| one
hmther ami four slstera. Senie*
were ... the Miami Beach Riverside
on January nth R< malnj wen en)
to Brookljn, New York, for IntermenT
LiEB POST
','' I0J m haan Avenue, died on
I llth Remains were aent to
* New v..ik, for -
Int. nn. nl b; i he M ml Bea. I. I
Sholom Sisterhood
Two special attractions will fea
ture the next meeting of the Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Aaron Farr, on Wednesday,
January 21st, 12:30 p.m.
A gala testimonial in celebra
tion o the 40th anniversary of the
National Federation of Temple Sis-
terhoods will be presented in the
form of a candlelighting ceremony
depicting the four decades of
NFTS.
Mrs. Leon J. Ell, past president
of the Sisterhood and a member
of the National Board of NFTS,
will review the highlights of the
national organization. Mrs. Jules
Channing and Mrs. Norman Babel
will participate in an illuminating
playlet.
Another feature of the meeting
will be a talk by Major Samuel
Nieman, of the Treasury Depart-
ment. State of Israel, on the role
of the Jewish woman today.
Voting Adults Set
Slate Of Officers
The Young Adult Group-of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
meet on Wednesday, January 21st,
at 8:30 p.m.
Nominations will be made for
the forthcoming election of new
officers. The program will include
a skit prepared by Burt Tumpson.
co-chairman of the Program Com-
anittee. There will also be an ap-
peal for the March of Dimes.
Prior to the general meeting, the
Social Committee will discuss
plans for a Membership Partv on
February 21st, with Bob Stone as
chairman.
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NATHAN I.AKKi.WTPZ
14, ..f ii BW llth Avanue, died on
January 7th. A resident hare for the
paal il' yeara, he s survived by three
eons, t\\.. daughters. Including Mrs
Anne Braunsteln, ,.f Miami, a brother,
hlldren and a (real arand-
chlld. Servlcea were a. the Gordon
Puneral Home, with Interment on
Mount blnal Comotary.
JOSEPH MITOSKT
M, a winter visitor, died on Sunday.
Remains were sent to Atlantie City.
New Jersey, for earvlcea and Inter-
ment by Beach hfemorlal Chapel.
JACOB HOROWITZ
18, winter Visitor, died on Janu-
ary loth. Remains were sent ... Chl>
e..Kn, lllii...is, for eervlcea and Inter-
ment by Beach Me.....rial Chanel.
Free Loan Meeting
The Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion of Greater Miami will meet on
Monday evening. 8 p.m., at the
Town Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center.
ANISCHEWITZ
MATZOS
SAMUEL J. KOSLBN
6.".. of il Surf.-l.ie Boulevard, died ...i
January nth. A resident tore f..r the
pasl u-iii years, he la survived bj
his wife, one .n. a daoarhter, tn..
brothers, i\\< alatera ami fi\>- grand-
rhildi Rama na ^ re aenl to Cleve-
land, Ho... f,.: services and Interment
by th.- Gordon Miami Beach Chapel.
HERM \N BENJAMIN
72, ..f ?;'... 8W 25th Terrace, >.- 1
har< A realdenl f-.;' the paal l". yeara,
wer. nl .he .lordon l-'un-
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i i ini Interment wa in Grace-
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BEATRICE 8BIDMAN
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January I'th. A realdenl hi re for the
paal T years, aha is survived by three
daughter! Inctudlna Mrs. Edith J-.r-
dan and Mrs. Myrtle Poncher, ..f Mi-
ami, two brothers and three sisters.
Services were ..i the Gordon Funeral
lb,me. with interment on Mount NebO
Cemet.
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n daughter, Mr- With Uubln. Ke-
malm were sent to WashiiiKton, n.r ,
f..r Ber^'lcea and Interment by the
Gordon l ud< ... Home.
MORTON PELDBERG
7^. of j". pervtat \\-mi,-. Opa Locka,
died hare. \ .. >ld< i I for the past
two yeafs, he ii ir^ -- i by bis son,
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Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1953
SEC. B
Ictivities Set
:or Yehudi
lin Concert
Lg I-chrman, president
erence of Jewish Worn-,
billions of Greater Mi: |
toed last week that i
Its for the Yehudi Men-
i.n January 29th, at
each Auditorium, will
Ei"! free for ambulatory'
|\Yterans Hospital. The
be given out by the I
kmmittee at the Confer-
aider, a member of the j
be staff of State of Is-1
IgtHflate last week address-
an's Circle meeting in
by Joseph Duntov. Is-
Ihairman for the VYork-
Shnaider told of the
and industrial no-
made possible in the
lonal Homeland through
lin Bonds.
U Beach meeting of the
(addressed on Wednes-
biolri Shapiro, Miami
hies.
(hards, of the National
immittee, Zionist Or-
pf America, spoke be-
piimil of Organization's
|ai I lie Koyal Palm Ho-
kntativea of major Jew-
Kions here were in at-
liscuss the current Is-
tampaign and the Jan-
h rt at the Miami
|t on,i'N.
singer of stage and
rtained at the meeting.
\v given by Seymour B.
lairman of the Council
Itions, and Mrs. Bess
irman of the Women's
Sol Cohen
Sol Cohen Will Head
North Shore Center
Sol Cohen was installed as presi-
dent of the North Shore Jewish
Center last Friday evening.
Officiating at the ceremony was
Rabbi Mayer AbramowiU. spirit
ual leader. A. Louis Mechlowitz,
past president, transferred his dut-
ies to Cohen who served as vice
president of the organization last
year.
Klected to serve with Cohen
were William J. Harris, Seymour
B. Liebman, Jacob Mayblum, Sam
Sklar and Abe Weintraub, vice
presidents;; Sydney C. Lyons,
treasurer; Dan Wagner, financial
secretary; Lester Lasky. secretary;
and Morris Fenster, corresponding
secretary.
Mrs. McCaffrey To
Discuss Israel At
Zionist Luncheon
Mrs. L J. McCaffrey will be
guest speaker at the Zionist Lunch
eon Club Meeting on Wednesday.
January 21st, 12:15 p.m., at the
Ititz-Plaza Hotel. Her topic will be:
My Impressions Of Israel.
After serving as president of the
Northeast Miami Women's Club for
two years, Mrs. McCaffrey rose to
presidency of the Florida State
Federation of Women's Clubs. She
has also served as recording sec-
retary of the General Federation of
Women's Clubs, a world wide or-
ganization.
Among Mrs. McCaffrey's honors
is her selection as the Outstanding
Woman Citizen of Dade County.
Mrs. McCaffrey holds a fellow-
ship in the Greater Miami Chapter
of the American-Christian Pales
tine Committee and now serves as
its co-chairman. She made a study
tour of the Middle East as a mem-
ber of the committee and has re-
lated her experiences and impres-
sions of the new State of Israel
before many groups here.
Young Judaea
Conclave January 30
The annual pre-senior conclave
for Ixiys and girls, ages 9 through
13. will be held the weekend of
January 30th, at Camp Tequesta,
Kendal.
Highlights of the weekend will
include a medura and folk dance
on Saturday night. Sunday after-
noon will feature a performance
for parents.
UNITED NATIONS Sometimes old fashioned diplomacy works.
The Israeli demarches over the seizure of the Norwegian ship Kim-
frost's cargo of meal in the Suez Canal has resulted in its release and
a note from the Egyptian government which is almost apologetic in
tone.
Last week. I described how Israeli representatives in various
Western capitals, as well as at the I'nited Nations, had drawn the at
tention of the maritime powers that is what the quaint antiquated
term "demarche" means to this act which can only be described
as international piracy and is indefensible even by Arab standards.
However, although the Egyptian government has backed down ovei
this incident, its note indicates no change of heart in Cairo over the
blockade of so-called war materials bound for Israel.
Israeli representatives are determined to put a halt to this and
to see that the Security Council order to stop it is carried out, and
they find a good deal of support among other delegates here who
art fed up with Arab intransigeance and are alarmed at the way that
this international organization is being flouted. The Security Coun-
cil order is more than a year and a half old now.
It is obvious from the weasel way in which the Egyptian note was
written that the Egyptian government would have seized meat and all
goods bound for Israel if it could have got away with it. The note
claims that a mistake was made on the identity of the meat, that the
customs authorities thought that it came from the Sudan and that was
why it was seized. However, when the British Embassy in Cairo pre-
sented invoices showing that the meat came from Eritrea (actually it
was Ethiopian meat shipped through Eritrea), the note says that the
Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs intervened and the cargo was
released. *
Observers here find it difficult to believe that there were no bills
of lading or other papers with the cargo showing where it came from.
They look on it as a very weak excuse, the sort of excuse which has
to be made up in a hurry.
At the same time, they consider interesting the way in which
the Sudan is mentioned. Apparently, the Egyptian government con-
siders the Sudan to be already part of its territory and is applying
its own restrictive rules to that country, despite the. fact that is is
supposed to be autonomous even when it does become part of Egypt,
which it is not at the present time. The Israeli delegation could
raise the question of the Egyptian blockade in the General Assembly
when it reconvenes at the end of February. Actually, this matter
-was on the agenda of the first part of the Assembly, but the Israeli
representative, Abba S. Eban, withdrew it after the Arab item on
Palestine had been completed.
Some of the diplomats here feel that it was a mistake for the
Israeli government to withd-aw its item: they think that it could have
been left on the agenda and taken up at the second part of the As-
sembly if the Egyptians still maintained the blockade.
However, the Israeli delegation does not feel that this is a matter
for the Assembly, at least not at the present time. The Security Coun-
cil is still seized, as the term is. with the issue, and if the Egyptians
continue to flout its order, the Israelis are going to bring it to the
attention of this body of the United Nations.
Iman To Conduct Post-Graduate
Course Of Alpha Omega Group
Goldman, intcrnation-
dental periodontist of
ichusetts, will con-
;'ur.iduatc course in Mi-
: January 17th through
|r the auspices of the
Henry Goldman
lami Alumni Chapter of
(Omega Dental Fratern-
tse will be held at the
errace Hotel. Some fifty
expected to attend. On
1t, January 23rd. the
[Deqtal Society has been
n open meeting at the
nen's Club.
iman will present the
l of gum disorders and
[methods in their diag-
eatment On Saturday
iuary 24th. a dinner
m his honor at the
"Tac* Hotl
Dr. Goldman is the author of
the textbook. Periodontia. and The
Atlas Of Dental And Oral Pathol-
ogy. He has also published some
50 dental articles. During the past
war. he was chief of the Dental
Pathologic Section. United States
Army, and previously instructed
Oral Pathology at.Harvard Dental
School.
At Present, heia chief of Stoma-
tology and Dental Research and
head of the Dental Department at
the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston,
consultant to the Dental Oral Reg-
istry'. Army Institute of Pathology,
Washington, DC, consultant to the
Surgeon General. Washington, D.
C. member of the Academy of
Periodontology and a member of
the Council of Dental Research of
the American Dental Association.
He is a fellow. American Acad-
emy of Oral Pathology, and mem-
ber of the International Associa-
tion for Dental Research.
This will be Dr. Goldman's first
lecture course in this area. Dr.
Doran D. Zinner. local president
of Alpha Omega, will present Dr.
Goldman with an honorary mem-
bership at the joint meeting with
the East Coast Dental Society
Drs. Irving Gordon and Max I
Tendrich are in charge of arrange
ments and public relations.
Symphony Preview
Luncheon Friday
The fourth Preview Luncheon of
the University of Miami Symphony
Club will take place Friday. Jan-
uary 23rd. from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
at the Miami Women's Club. 1735
Bayshore Drive.
Edward Clarke will be common
tator. William Le Don, tenor will
sin* a group of wngs, with Mrs.
Una Ifeddaford at the piano.
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in of the Combined Jewish Appeal, for the success of
1-breaking Initial Gifts Dinner at tho Saxony Hotel on
The Kane family is prominent in philanthropic work
ridence. Rhode Island, and other parts of the United
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jllowing new books have
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Joseph Schreibman. director
of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center Choir, will appear
with Center Cantor David Sil-
veiman in a concert on Sun-
day evening, January 18th,
8:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach
High School Auditorium. Al-
so scheduled for performance
are Marsha Gurolova, con-
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tenor. The concert is under
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Charles H. Fruchtman. chairman
of the Fifth Annual Dinner, pre-
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celebration.
Mrs. David S. Andron, chairman
of the Pictorial Journal, discussed
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111e Sabbath
Its Meaning For
Modern Man
by Dr. Abraham
J. Hescfiel
1 \liriham J. !!<*< Iwl Published bj I'.urr,
Lini New Vork, In cooperation with the tfn I-
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ft>,i feature Bervlc* of tin- American Association
i Newspaper! conjunction with the National
K Kffort aa a public service "' the in : i
HOLINESS IN TIME
pace, in nature, was known in other re-
Hr. Hie teaching of Judaisn/was that the idea
gradually shifted from space to time, from
[nature to the realm of history, from things
psysical world became divested of any in-
There were no naturally sacred plants or
tnore. To be sacred, a thing had to be con-
1 conscious act of man. The quality of holi-
the grain of matter. It is a preciousness
[ii. things by an act of consecration and per-
son to God.
I mention of a sacred place in the Ten Com-
JOn the contrary, following the event at
(is told: "In every place where I cause My
mentioned I will come unto thee and bless
u> 20:24). The awareness that sancitity is not
articular place made possible the rise of the
flu- temple was only in Jerusalem, while the
is in every village. There are fixed times,
Hace of prayer.
Int rabbis discern three aspects of holiness:
if the Name of God. the holiness of the Sab-
holiness of Israel. The holiness of the Sab-
the holiness of Israel. The holiness of the
|l is derived from the holiness of the people
land was not holy at the time of Terah or
Bme of the Patriarchs. It was sanctified by
n they entered the land under the leader-
^u The land was sanctified by the people,
th was sanctified by God.
d holiness in time is expressed in the man-
It ho Sabbath is celebrated. No ritual object
kr keeping the seventh day. unlike most fes-
ph such objects are essential to their observ-
example, unleavened bread. Shofar. Lulab
the Tabernacle. On that day the symbol of
the phylacteries, displayed on all days of
|ipensed with. Symbols are superflous: the
?li the symbol.
fcnih iuI, of the soul of man and of the soul of
medieval sage declares: The world which
was created in six days was a world without a soul. It
was on the seventh day that the world wil inven a soul.
This is why it is said: "and on the seventh day He rested
vayinnafa.xh" (Exodus 31:17); nefesh means a soul.
THOL' SHALT COVET
The holiness of the chosen day is not something at
which to stare and from which we must humbly stay
away. It is holy not away from us. It is holy unto us. \ e
shall keep the Sabbath therefore, for it is holy unto you"'
(Exodus 31:14). 'The Sabbath adds holiness to Israel."
Something happens to a man on the Sabbath day. On
the eve of the Sabbath the Lord gives man neshamah
yeterah. and at the conclusion of the Sabbath He takes it
away from him, says Rabbi Shimcon ben Laqish.
Neshamah yeterah means additional spirit. It is usual-
ly translated "additional soul." But what is the strict
signifcance of the term?
Legend relates that Rabbi Locw of Prague (died 1609)
was called "the Tall Rabbi Loew," because on the Sabbath
he looked as if he were a head taller than during the six
days of the week.
But the Sabbath as experienced by man cannot strive
in exile, a lonely stranger among days of profanity. It
needs the companionship of all other days. All days of
the week must be spiritually consistent with the Day of
Days. All our life should be a pilgrimage to the seventh
day; the thought and appreciation of what this day may
bring to us should be ever present in our minds. For the
Sabbath is the counterpoint of living; the melody sus-
tained throughout all agitations and vicissitudes which
menace our conscience; our awareness of God's presence
in the world.
What we are depends on what the Sabbath is to us.
The law of the Sabbath day is in the life of the spirit
what the law of gravitation is in nature.
In a moment of eternity, while the taste of redemption
was still fresh to the former slaves, the people of Israel
were given the Ten Words, the Ten Commandments. In
its beginning and end. the Decalogue deals with the lib-
erty of man. The first Word -I am the Lord thy God who
brought thee out of the Land of Egypt, out of the house
of bondagereminds him that his outer liberty was given
to him by God. and the tenth Word Thou shalt not covet!
reminds him that he himself must achieve his inner
liberty.
We know that passion cannot be vanquished by decree.
The tenth injunction would, therefore, be practically fu-
tile, were it not for the "commandment" regarding the
Sabbath day to which about a third of the text of th?
Decalogue is devoted, and which is an epitome of all other
commandments. We must seek to find a relation between
the two "commandments." Do not covet anything be-
longing to thy neighbor: I have given thee something that
belongs to Me. What is that something? A day.
Judaism tries to foster the vision of life as pilgrimage
to the seventh day; the longing for the Sabbath all days
of the week which is a form of longing for the eternal
Sabbath all the days of our lives. It seeks to displace the
coveting of things in space for coveting the things in time,
teaching man to covet the seventh day all days of the
week. God himself coveted that day. He called it Hemdat
Yamim, a day to be coveted. It is as if he had meant:
Do not covet things of space, which was correlated with
the unspoken word: Do covet things of time.
greatest of all civil-
s a sense of history.
l>o-sess it have ever
torefront of world
lei. gifted with an
it have been their
lir.nre than Jews owe
0! history their long
[their civilizing influ-
Ihstanding, in Jewish
|< today we witness a
sense of history.
[ly the acceptance of
|it titan Jews of con-
lorms of communal
[which are backward
trayals of .Jcwj^j de
appears among us
chauvinism the
'kn-m we deplore in
move backward into
I which for genera-
has sought escape?
pose among u who
uhettoes with invis-
their flight from re-
I confidence in Jewish
Ihe free world. They
little faith indeed, for
|that only rejection of
nil by the world
ctor will assure
Iral.
Ve that it was outside
ghetto walls that kept
[fold. They have for-
ner forces in Juadism
Iward that have fed
1 Jewish survival and
forces flourish even
society than within
knclave. Through the
Vs have lived through
[cycles in which they
out of the ghetto,
cant, however, that'
Iways were ready to'
" they never willing-
Ik in. A coercive or
ce was always need-
hem back,
restrictions against
in the Middle Ages
pf religious reaction
onomic and political
NOTES TOWARD JEWISH SURVIVAL
factors. They brought the walled
ghetto, the yellow badge, the dras-
tic restrictions upon all activities
of Jews. It is out of this abyss
that we have been climbing ever
since.
Freedom for Jews in modern
times began with the American
and the French Revolutions. The
reference here is not only to the
wars which we know by these
names but to the great liberal
movement, the magnificent demo-
cratic revolution which has con-
tinued down to our own day,
strong and vital. It destroyed ab-
solutism and feudalism, abolished
the privileges of the clergy and
the aristocracy, separated church
and state. It created the condi-
tions necessary for cracking the
ghetto walls from outside and in
side simultaneously. And if on
the outside there was a Voltaire,
on the inside there was a Moses
Mendelssohn.
From that time forward, the
fate of Jewry has been inextricab-
ly bound up with the fate of the
democratic system. Jewish condi-
tions in any land have been an in-
fallible measuring rod for the state
of democracy in that land. One
need only follow the historical
map: Freedom and equality came
to Jews first here in America
a land unencumbered by the en-
crusted despotisms of centuries. It
took tHe Jews of England by grad-
ual steps two full centuries longer
to arrive at the same point.
Throughout the 19th Century the
rise and fall of democratic for-
tunes found their echo in the strug-
gle of Jews for freedom. There
was never an easy victory: but
there was never complete defeat.
No 19th century government dar
ed deprive Jews of all their hard
won rights, even as they did not
dare abrogate all democratic prog
gross by a return to absolutism
Nothing like that happened until
aur on day when the spirit of the
Dark Ages descended once more
upon Europe, augmented by the
terrible 20th century' engines of
destruction. Not since the days of
the Black Plague had Europe wit
ncssed anything so cruel, so dev-
astating, so inhuman.
In time, and at a bloody price,
Nazism was destroyed. But the
Dark Age of the 20th century is
not yet ended, for democracy
and with it Jewry faces as great
a menace in the Communism which
has enveloped half a world and
threatens the other half. Commun-
ism being a reactionary and anti-
democratic movement, it is not
strange to hear of the destruction
of Jewish life in Russia and else-
where behind the Iron Curtain.
And should the democratic world
suffer defeat at the hands of Com-
munism. Jewry' will be destroyed
with it.
Because we are concerned with
defense of Jewish status and its
further improvement, we are in-
evitably in the forefront of the
fight for the extension of democ-
racy. The need to live within the
framework of a democratic soci-
ety is not confined to the relation-
ship of the Jew with the outside
world. The atmosphere of freed-
om and democracy must exist with-
in the Jewish community itself. To
be true to the historic urge would
seem to require the same atmos-
phere, the same basis, in all of
the organizations in which the Jew
makes his contribution within the
Jewish community. Even as we
fight against outside forces which
would seek our ghettoization. so
must we resist inner forces which
would build an enclave around us.
Has Nazism been as destructive
of Jewish spirit as of Jewish life?
Belsen and Auschwitz are no more,
but the ghetto spirit that psy-
chological withdrawal from the
world about us motivates an ex-
traordinarily large number of
Jews. In the traumatic experience
we have all gone through, too
many of us have come to believe
By HENRY EDWARD SCHULTZ
National chairman. Anti-Defama
tion League of B'nai B'rith
that only by setting ourselves apart
from the world can we preserve
Jewish values and guarantee Jew-
ish survival. Too many of us have
lost that sense and thread of Jew-
ish history which shows that only
in a free society can Judaism and
Jewry flourish.
The ghetto problem in its milder
forms is one of the great world
problems today. Unfortunately, it
still holds a central place in Jew-
ish life. In America, the spiritual
walls that would isolate us have
come tumbling down. But now
there are among us those who fear
our very success. They ask: Does-
n't it mean that Jews as such will
disappear into the mainstream and
be lost? Such a fear is both foolish
and dangerous.
In the practical matter of Jew-
ish communal organization those
who out of their irrational fears
would build invisible ghetto walls,
'are seeking in vain for some form
of communal structure that would
permit them to achieve their ends.
It is not possible to build isolating
walls in a free society. The Bib-
j lical admonition, "Separate thyself
| not from thy people," has a more
j universal application than they
think.
One of the best reflectors of this
state of mind is the Yiddish press.
Magically, within the past two
months, the Yiddish press has been
alive with anticipation. At last,
these papers report (commenting
on the rupture in NCRAC over the
Mhclver Report), American Jewry
has taken the first step toward the
creation of a community patterned
after those which ruled the ghet-
toes of Europe. The idea appeals
to them.
Yet the idea never caught fire
in American Jewish life. Why?
There have been a number of ef-
forts over the past century to es-
tablish central authority. None
has been successful, and the reas-
on is clear enough. The pattern
which characterized Jewish life in
Europe was based first on the ghet-
to and later upon powers granted
by governments which maintained
an official church-state relation-
ship (In many countries. Jews who
did not belong to the Kehillah lost
some of their civil rights.) The
American tradition, of course, sep-
arates church and state. Volun-
tary organization is therefore the
method adopted by Jews and re-
ligious-cultural groups in this
country.
To those who argue that under
this pattern many have strayed
from the Jewish fold, it should be
pointed out that these losses have
been no greater than those suffer-
ed by other faiths, and that in fact
Jewish life in America today is
healthier and more creative than
it has ever been. The maladies
that attack Jewish life in this coun-
try' are the same as those which
attack other spiritual and cultural
communities. We are not going to
cure these maladies alone, but only
as the whole society in which we
live is able to cure them.
Inherent in all our relationships
is the overriding principle that in
an atmosphere of freedom, without
coercive pressure, the interchange
and interflow of ideas and infor-
mation will result in the forging
of new weapons and group activ-
ity which can bring important and
necessary impact on the problems
and issues which are of major Jew-
ish concern. When the basic fun-
damentals of the free interchange
no longer are present, when at-
tempt is made to impose views by
usurped authority, when there is
substituted for the atmosphere of
freedom the stultifying hand of co-
ercion, the Jewish community must
inevitably suffer.
Unity in Jewish life is a great
ideal. But it must not be confused
with uniformity, and it must be
recognized that there is grave
danger in a forced unity that will
permit one small faction or anoth-
er to gain power and thereby to
capture and mold the community
in its own image for generations
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Resnick. young Metro-
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ncxt week to star in
jild of Greater Miami's
of Gianni Schicchi in
Cavalleria Rusticana.
le bill presentation is
[for the Miami Beach
on Monday evening.
lh Completing the cast
York City Center Op-
David Poleri and Dor-
?il. and George Chapli-
Cincinnati and San Fran-
Companies.
Irn Baccaloni. who will
Miami for the first time,
[Metropolitan debut in
\t:\~ sung more than 170
languages. In his 12th
the world famous com-
iloni performs in all
parts,
jick. who sang 14 major
era before she was 25,
Metropolitan by way
program. Auditions Of
krhich she won in 1944.
ppeared extensively in
opera, as well as on i
and sang the leading,
Jam Butterfly with the
here in 1948.
jsic critic and compos- j
fa) lor will fly to Miami
ediately after the Met-'
)pera broadcast tomor- i
cm to comment from'
the auditorium.
chorus of 75 members,
the "best yet" by Dr. |
~ilip;>i. director of the
and an orchestra'
bf 40 musicians will be
baton of Carlo Moresco,!
Will Star In Opera
Taylor To Comment
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MADE
Mil* Resnick Baccaloni
, musical director of the Philadel-
I phia La Scala Opera Company.
Tickets are still available for this
outstanding event at Miami Beach
Auditorium, Miami Beach Radio
I Company, Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan Association.
I North Shore Branch, and Burdines.
Forest Companions Meet
'At American Legion Hall
| Shirley B. Kahn Circle No. 1714,
Companions Of The Forest Of Am'
i erica, will meet on Thursday, Jan-
I uary 22nd, 8 p.m., at the American
I Legion Hail. 1828 Alton Road.
Installation of the group's offi-
| cers is scheduled for Sunday even-
! ing. January 29th, 9 p.m., at the
I Hall.
be duo S ,1m w all 7 '" ? iCriCS > 'eSsons in moder conversational Hebrew which will
wZrtntLZJLVi ftStt F'r,dian- The ^plete series Constitute, a course aimed at
Zok Hebrlu, ma\"T f "fJle lT'9Uaae aS U is nOW spoken in Israel an is based on a text-
ami BMchT^t f V! bV MtsShosha Spec tor. faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi-
rZoZLiWMRM S" %eqUfnt leSSTS "-'"' aPPear here in COniuneHL with a program over
diced b Mi ??, Sundays at 2 p.m. Entitled. Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is con-
wTl tovfe l?P,,Tn, s" a !e"tUre 0/ JaCOb **<*'*'- '"*" "our. The Jewish Flondian
WUI provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course.
Samuel Neaman Speaks
Major Samuel Neaman, of Is-
rael, spoke before the Miami
Beach Zionist District last night
at Temple Beth Sholom. Presently
on leave of absence from the Is-
raeli Ministry of Finance-, he is a
former member of Hagana.
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\ Brandeis Auxiliary Meets
The Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, met j
last night at the home of Fannie
Spring, president, 4480 SW 3rd
Street.
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Kaplan is chairman of aJJ
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feasional pr ran ha^
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Murry. Pat i. -h P *
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A youth t.- ,p affiiij
the United Synagogue (j
t..f.,... StTlV* Oltrns H Library the charter ,ll be .
ruin Author m ru m trP ^^^ ^^ ,the ^ Daud inupte^
uho writes for day night service* at I if
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PAGE 9B
leringoff Is Reelected To Kneseth
Presidency; Rabbi Cassel Installs
ringoff will head Knes-
Congregation for the
He was reelected to
following the expira-
reccnt tenure of office.
Bon ceremonies were
.p'trf**
Saul Meringoff
held at the Congregation with Rab-
bi Abraham Cassel, spiritual lead-
er, officiating. Cantor Abraham
Seif assisted. The charge of of-
fice was delivered by Rabbi H.
Shor. of New York City.
Others who assumed posts were
Abraham Finestone, 1st vice pres-
ident; Israel B. Eisenstein, 2nd vice
president; Jacob Miller. 3rd vice
president; Wolf Sirot. treasurer;
Isidore Ruppert, financial secre-
tary; Harry Zeldman, recording
secretary; Henry Morris, honorary
life president; Wolf Sirot, honor-
ary life president; Meyer, chair-
man of the Board of Trustees; and
Abraham Selevan, honorary life
gabai.
Trustees include William Bakst,
Max Beer, Joseph Budowsky, Sam-
uel Clayman. Louis Dublin, Ed-
ward Horowitz, Isadore Hyman,
Harry Jaffe, Harry Kregstein, Lou-
is Licberman, Irving LichttRktcin.
Abraham Mitchel, Edwar^Mat-
thew, Milton Kahn.
Louis Plansky. Nathan Sugar,
Jack Farber, Jacob A. Sachs, Abra-
ham Selevan. Samuel C. Goldberg.
Harry Wagner, Harry- Weiss, Joel
Worthman, Ely Gechman, Nathan
Silverman. Morris Zrtter, Joseph
Zeit, Joseph Cohen. Harry Knob-
ler and Abraham Eisenberg.
?thods On
ling Bible
niel Gamoran, director
|uc:itional Department,
Union Congregations,
Sunday School teach-
^ter Miami on Sunday,
7 NK 19th Street.
How To Teach The
it the auspices of the
[Jewish Education of
the Union of Am-
eu Congregations and
deration of Temple Sis-
Iran is active in Jewish
life as officer of the
Education Association,
?f the Hebrew Federa-
ftrica and the National
| Jewish Education,
appears in Who's who
I where he was cited in
rt-landing achievement
Jewish education.
Form Junior
Israel Club
Miami Beach Hotel Association leaders pledge full cooperation to the 1953 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal at a recent meeting in the Shelborne Hotel. Officers shown with Sam Lachman,
chairman of the Appeal Hotel Division, are (left to right) Sam Kaplan, executive director; Ben
Novack. president of the Association; Lachman; Ben Kline, vice president; and Sam Rivkind.
executive president. Assistinq Lachman will be Abe Kurman, Joe Gardner and Jack Murav-
chick.
UM Sponsors Series
On Mental Health
The Mental Health Of The Child
And Family, will be the general
subject for a series of nine lec-
tures beginning January 21st.
Sponsored by the Evening Divis-
ion of the University of Miami in
cooperation with the I'M Guidance
Center, the series will be given in
Beaumont Lecture Hall, main cam
pus, each Wednesday evening
Formation of a Junior Israel; through March 18th. at 8 p.m.
Club under the auspices of the
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
was announced early this week.
Officers include Michael Ler
man, president: Marvin Goldman,
vice president; Reba Kaplan, treas-
urer; Stephen Goldman, recording
secretary; Clifford Frank, corres-
ponding secretary; and David
Dross, chairman of the Board.
Martin Weinman. Eddy Ifshin,
Jason Lesser, Eddy Felder and
Harvey Katz are Board members.
branch Sets
Programs
Branch of the Great
*ish Community Cen-
s a Volley Ball Pro-
inessmen.
liny of the group will
Wednesday, January
Final Institute
Session Monday
The final session of the course,
Lifetime Of A Jews, at the Adult
Institute of Jewish Studies will be
held on Monday, January 19th, 9
p.m., at the Beth David Congrega-
tion.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.-of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
present The Role Of The Syna-
gogue In Jewish Life. Classes in
Hebrew. Yiddish and Bible will
continue on Wednesday, January
21st, to complete the first semester
of the Adult Institute.
Registration for the second se-
mester will be on Wednesday ev-
ening, February 4th, at the Bureau
of Jewish Education building. It
will continue with courses in He-
brew and Yiddish and will offer
Leading pediatricians, psychoan-
alysts, psychiastrists and psycholo
gists will present various aspects
of child and a"dult emotional de-
velopment problems.
Topics to be discussed include
normal physical and emotional de-
velopment, emotional problems of
infancy and childhood, problems of
adolescence, the slow and superior
child, the physically handicapped
child, psychosomatic disorders of
children and mental health of the
parent.
Lecturers for the series will be
Drs. Leo Grossman, Herman Selin-
sky, James L. Anderson, Bruce Al-
spach, Edward H. Williams, Mar-
garet E. Robins, Bernard Good-
man, Paul Kells and John J. Mc-
Andrew.
Zamora Center Siyum Hatorah
A Siyum Hatorah will take place j donors of the Torah. will be espec-
at the Zamora Jewish Center on ially honored.
Sunday, January 18th.
Rabbi Alfred Wax man. of West
Miami Jewish Center, will preside.
Max Friedson. president of the
Center, will act as master of cere-
monies. Principal speaker will be
Ben Essen. Miami attorney.
Among guests scheduled to at-
tend, is Mayor David Hendrick. of
Coral Gables. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Paul, formerly of Philadelphia,
The ceremonies are slated for 7
p.m. Music will be furnished by
Al Wyman and his orchestra.
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entries thus far con-
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ISoiier, athletic direc-(munity, with a faculty of Rabbis,
i educators and social workers.
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March On Polio will be held at
the Dade County Auditorium on
Monday. January 19th. 1:30 p.m.,
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub an-
nounced this week.
Mrs. Weintraub, heads the Moth-
ers' March, the county-wide, 1-hour
March of Dimes collection plan
coming on January 29th, said that
the meeting will be in the nature
of a last minute briefing.
A special speaker will be sent
from the National Foundation for
Infantile Paralysis in New York
to address the meeting.
"The Mothers' March is serious
we must raise $150,000 out of the
March of Dimes $300,000 goal here,
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In an announcement this week,
Mrs. Klion also indicated that the
organization will soon establish a
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Shabbat. Saturday morning
at M a.m and win
conducted bj Cantor Mordechai

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday even-
..15 30 pm Saturday
nurning i 3' a.m..
' .. i officiating
and discussing The Principle Of
Mineha i- at 5 p.m.
by Shaloa Scudo* and
I wrVtCM are sched-
r 8 30 a m.. and 5:30 p m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
Friday evening services at
pm Guest Rabbi W. Gunther
late and discuss: ,
u And Rill Irrelig-

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEM-1
TER will hold Friday evening serv-l
ices at B: 15 pm with Rabbi Mor-.
Skop officiating and discussing:
The 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal
i ampaign Saturday morning serv-1
ice- are at 9 30 am. with Torah
reading from the Book of Exodus
t.i be followed by sermonettes.
MIAMI
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TRR win hold FrMa%-"
irt M p..^3
on th.- >.,P1C J*
vices ar. 9 *
bi will discosiajrJ
Schedule.) (or 4 *
Class Mineha J*
Will follow ,-, -
man and the tenttt
the musical por ]
BETH JACOB CO
will hold early
5:30 p m Lata *m
p.m. \h,-n Rabb,
of vtll diaeani \
Neces-,.:. Canter
garten will rendu
tion of the liturgy
ing am ,c< are at i
ject of the Rabbi's |
eduleri ,. Tbt'i
Home Mineha is g|
lowed b> shilos
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HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening SUIBLM at 5 15
p m Saturday morning services
are at 9 am. uhen Rabbi Alex
ander Grass will officiate and dis
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An afternoon Uneg Shabbat for
children, at 3 30 pm will be un-
der the supervision i.>f Mrs Alex
ander Gross Mineha i> scheduled
for 5 15 pm. followed by Shalo*
Seudos Daily service- are at 7 30
i:.. and at 5 30 p m

HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER rill
Friday evenini a: 8 3u
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Malel
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MONTICELLO PARK COHGRE
GATION will hold late Friday ev-.
ening services at 8 15 p.m. Rabbi
David Shapiro will officiate. Sat-1
urday morning serv ices are at 9
ajn MincJn will be at 5:15 p.m.!

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will.
Friday evening services at
8 15 pm with Rabbi Leon Kron
ting an i preaching on
V. h> Was Israel Re-
Saturday morning serv-,
are at 10 45 a m when the
Bar MitzvaJl of Charles F.vans. son.
and Mrs Murray Reckson.
-... take place Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portion of the N*rwces.
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,, JANUARY 16, 1953
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PAGE 11 B
EGAL NOTICE
bv publication
Trcuit court of the
judicial circuit of
in and for dade
ty. n chancery.
No 155804
I.I 1.1.1 AN' HKWEY,
Plaintiff
|k heyYey. sr.
w York, Defendant
|T FOR DIVORCE
IlAM K. DEWEY, Sit.
ebj notified tli;it a Hill
in for Divorce has been
>mm. and you ere isquired
Cop] ol your A:i.wri i.l
thi l Ml "I 'omplalnt on
f > Attorney, STEPHEN f.
i s.W 42nd Avenue, Ml-
1a. itiiI file 'he original
Pleading in the office '
to Hi-- Circuit Court on 1 ;111 day "I February, IMs,
| I,, (In so. Judgment h.\ do-
taken again*! sou for the
Ended In the Hill of Com-
hall published once
if.ir four consecutive wccks
: \\ 1 SI I I- I.ORIDIAN
mi c > i: i >ERED at Miami,
12th (In ) of Januai y, A.l>.
K B. LEAUBUUR,
I Clerk, Circuit Court,
I Hide County, Florida
oiki Seal)
B} WM. W. STOCK I.NO

:iRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
TOR DADE COUNTY,
llDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 155532
i >PTION >K
tll.VN QR18WOLD
lid
ICE TO APPEAR
- JltlSWoLD
i,| Residence unknown
: HEREBY commanded t"
ienr In the above etyled
!nd day of February,
I'
K
I
i.in*--' why tin* Petition
i;..i and Shirley Krupa
Nlarllyn Grlswold should
i i,\ thli Court
mlier :ilnt. IS1
H LEATHERMAN,
ni the Circuit Court
l m,le Count) Florida
Si al i
\l c OREEN,
lieputy "Ink
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEKEBY GIVEN that
in, I, desiring to engage in
Die fictitious name of
: K.N PROCESS, al ..nil
Intend i" register wild
Cli ili of the Circuit of
I lorlda.*
i- S MacLAREN
I,. J. KKI.I.KR
I. A. SP1EOEL
ONDER FICTITIOUS
SAME LAW
.- HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to engage In
!. i the fictitious name of
u ii.i'l- Ab'e> iciati:s,
Shore Drive, Miami
tend to register said
Clerk of the Circuit
i.i i, county, Florida.
ItWEPH s. WyLKP
ANN WOI.FK
i;i: \ vsi IN
Joseph Wolff
Wolff
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I- HEREBY OIVEN that
ii. d, desiring to engac-c In
i. i the fictitious mm., of
I STRIES, .ii 144U N W
Miami, Florida, intend!
ime with the ci,ri.
II Court of l>adc County,
|i:v LANG (Sole Ownor)
-' 6
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that
I, dealt Ins to engag
i' i the fi.'1111,,u- n.iii,,' ,,f
HER MOTEL, at I,-." N
!, N...th |llaail, ki.i .
C.stei -.nl ii.ime'with the
circuit Court of DHde
.1.,
Har-thel CHRP.
HERMAN i.aim.i;.
Treasurer
Rosen
Caar-Xhel Qprp,
i. Ma. *"
1/6
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-ii' 'I. desiring to engage in
i-l.-i- the fictitious niunt- of
"I MIAMI, at 2239 N.W
Miami, intends to regis-
' with the Clerk of the
I of i>.i,|,. County, Flor-
MIAMI FASHIONS, INC.
yiAI'lKc, & KRIED
oi Applicant
lload
I i,
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
inea, desiring to engage In
t .'.'.I.1'.'' ti'lltloiis name of
"Al M.KKKTTK, at s.073
Miami, inicMii to rag-
with the Cleric of the
t of nail,- County, Flor-
1: l lill ii BTONB
ROBERT W. STONE
F. KEbSLBR
Applicant*
Ave,
:' i;
^rLA^CT,T,ou
is HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring t,, engage In
the fictitious name 0f
III. Ml.; c.., Ht 27:M
.venue, Miami, intends to
a name with the Clerk of
court of Hade County,
INC.
FKMffiHfg"- """"
Applicant
Avenue
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN 'thai
the underalgned, desiring to angagi m
KKNIHX LAI M)KY, at 2,iw x \v
Eighth Av.iiue, Miami. Hade County!
Horlda. Intends to regjsiei said name
with, the Cl.rk ,., ihe Circuit Court of
11 a* County. I- lorlda
ANTON MIKnl.l. II (Sole i
WII.I.IAM 1 BRENNER
420 Lincoln r.i..oi
Mia Bi i, l i.i.
I/M-gS-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin fictitious name oi
k-a uicTniinrToRH, scn city
VINTNERS, KNOX DISTRIBUTOR*!
TOWN VlNVNERM, EDISON DIS-
TRIBUTORS, COLONY WINE CO
OF I l.\. ami BEST VINTNERS, at
MO N.W. i:iih Street, Miami. Florid...
llil, mis to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dude County. Florida.
NATIONAL WINKS, INC
By bAMl'EL BLANK, Pies.
MYERS, HEIMAX A KAPLAN
fttorneyj for Applicants
'2-!'-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOEfl FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,, engage in
Business nnder the fictitious naiue of
PLENA VISTA LAr.NliERKTTK
ami DRY CLEANING, at J(HJ2 V, W.
-nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, jusuiifl
to regJtui said name with the.Clerk
j* the. Circuit Court of I >ade Countv,
Flor.
OOLIHE OKKEH ami
AM, is BEnA^n"3* '"'"
Alt'liii,.;. f. i i rjrnere
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AIR IJTE H O M i: S : AIR LITE
BUILDERS; THE AIR-LITE lluMK.
at 4(K)0 S. W. .".ih Terraic, Miami,
Horlda, Intend to register said name
with the cierk of the Circuit Court of
Dude Countv, Florida
VoRMAN I. ORBENBERG
niid bHELDON Ultl.'KNIIKRO
sol,- owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attornev for Owneri
12'56 1 2-8 -yj
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealing to engage In
business uu.f. the fictitious name Of
NEW SINGAPORE LOCNOE, at 221
23rd Street, Miami Beach, hloriiia. In-
tends to register said name with the
cierk of Ho- circuit Court of bade
County, i
SEYMtH'R citrp.
B> ALKIUCIi MA8ARONE,
i sldent
SEYJMOI'Il B LlEBMAN, Aitv.
SM I.Inc.,In Ro.nl
liami Beai ii. Florida
I '-!... '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Si ITK i: is IIERBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, rjeslrinii to engagi
business under lire flctlii,.ii> name ,.f
BILL MILLERS RIVIERA. ..t IT."
\. enui Miami la .oh. l lade
County, Florida, intende to register
said name :!h the Clark Of the Cir-
cuit c.....t of Dad, County, Florida.
IV II It CORP.,
a Floi Ida corporation
BURNETT IK I H
Attorney for B. M It CORP.,
a Klorlda corporation
111 Congreaa Building
Miami. Florida
1 /-!- 23-3(1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51094
Notice Is herebygIiton that BEN
UOSKIN, holder aa assignee of City
of Hialeah Tas*njMCertiricate Num-
h.iil 132, dated tha.Sth day of June.
AD. ISM, has ftfo my office, and lias made application
for tag deed to liwie thereon In ac-
cordance with Uiy'tSajd Certificate
embraces the following described
fioporty. situated In Dade County.
loiida. to- wit:
l.bl 13, Block Iff, Twelfth Addi-
tion to Hlal.:>%. flat- Hook S. l'age
127. in the Cltv of Hialeah. I'ounty
of Imdc, St.ii. of llorlda.
The assessment of aald property
tinder the Certificate Issued was In
the nnme of I'nknown 1'nlcss said
certificate sbjUl be redeemeia accord-
ing to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the ?Mh day ol January, ad. Hi.">3.
Dated thla Mrd day of December,
Al>. II5S,
E, 1!. LEATHERMAN,
i 'lert. of "in ult I'oui t.
1 i.i.l. County. Florida
(Circuit Court S. all
By N. C. S'lKRRKTT.
Deputy Clerk
II M l :j-is-:.i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRBBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under flic foliUoiis name ol
TllltKK CA1TAINS FISHERIES, at
1761 S. W sth Stie.t. Miami. Intend
to registi r said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALLEN R. DF.N.N
BERNARD.TRACHTENBERG
LAWRENCB C0LLARO ,
l/9-l-23-:-,0
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VKN that
tb undersign,-J. de.lring to engage in
busilieKrt under the fktUtioua name o
KHnWRll SHIELD CO.. at 2221 S. W.
87th Ave.. Miami. FIs iutends to rag-
leter said imihi with the Clerk "f
the circuit Curt of Dude County.
Florida.
PHILIP CANTOR, sole owner
1/9-U-23-30 ^________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 IIKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fi tltloua name of
KyriTAIILK INVESTMENT CO (not
in, i. al II Mr Ml dei Ar. ide, Miami
Florida. Intend- t i r- llstor salil name
with the ci.rk of the Circuit curt of
Dad,- County, Elorldi
NORMAN BABEL sole owner
12/2* 1/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious mime of
JKKI S CLEANERS AND LAL'NDRT,
at 317 21rd St Miami Beach, Fla..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida. ____..._.
Mold,IK OOL1MJMITH
HETTY HA8PIL
HENRY NISSKNHACM
Attorney for Applicants
10*1 8%yboM Building
l/t-l-M-M
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 155479
ANNA ELIZABETH DUNN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Vl.NiK.NT JOHN l'CNN.
i lefendant,
^SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: VINCENT JOHN DUNN
0 Iteinseii Avenue
(Jew Brunswick, New Jersey
You. VINCENT John m.\.\. are
her. by notified thai a Bill of | Ipni
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against \..... and you arc reuuir. d to
K iv, ., i opj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill ol Complaint an the
plaintiff's Attorney. JOSEPH GOLD-
EN, 123 Seybold Hldg .Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clark
of the Circuit Court on or before the
30th day of January, 1952. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against \ou for the relief de-
manded in ihe Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each ne.k for four consecutive week!
in THE JEWISH FI.< HUMAN
I mink AND ORDERED at Miami,
no: ma. this 30th day of December,
ah. m:,2.
E. H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florlua
(Circuit Court Si
By M C. GREEN,
Demit) Clerk
.n iSLl'll GOLDEN
R23 s. .-. l.ld Bid*, .
Miami. Hi
\t fun, y for Plaintiff
I U :- 1G-2S
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. ',55302
m BLANCHE .M'A.Ms, Plaintiff,
E. -. Sl'l.l.lVAN. el al, Di fondants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: E. C. SCLL1VAN and
ETTA Bl'LLIVAN, hli wlfo,
Ree.,.. nee unknon n
JULIA i: SULLIVAN and
SULLIVAN, her husband, if she
bi married.
Residence unknown
And also, all f the unknown
hcilS. dcViscc-. granleeS, lega-
tees, assignees, llenors, creditors
or other claimants claiming; by
or through, under or against any
,,f (he above;
And also, all unknown parties
and claimants having or claim-
ing to have any right, title .r
interest In and to the following
described real property located
and situate, lying and being in
the County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 32 In Block 14 of HIGH-
LAND PARK according to the
plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 2, Page li, of the Public
Records of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
Yol' AND EACH uF YOU are here-
by ordered and required to fib van
aid"-:,:ance on or before the lint day
of January. 1933, In the above styled
cause now pending In the Circuit
Court of Ihe Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit In and for Dad.' 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-
Cear.in.e decree pro confess', will
e entered against you. Said cause
was Instituted for the purpose of
-: title to the above described
property, as will more fully appear
from the bill of complaint filed In the
office of the Clerk of thi circuit Court
of Dade Coont). Florins
This order shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Miami,
Florida
Dated, this 1Mb day of December,
132.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B> W.M. W. STACKING.
Deputy Clerk
WARREN S W 8PM AN
Attorney for PlainTIff
(07 Blscayne Building
\i Florida
li M l/--H
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155495
THELMA GAITOR FREEMAN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
AVALTEK FREEMAN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; WAI.TEII rUEEMAN
lTU'i-. North Third Street
Kansas cny. Kansas
?0U, WALTER FREEMAN. are
hereby notified that a Bin of Com-
plaint for Divorce bag been filed
against you, and you are required
i copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorneys, CHERTKOF
AND KALISH, 607-11 olympls Build-
ing, Miami, i ."i Hia. ami file the rlsj-
iii il Answei "i Healing in the ottice
of the cb rk of the Cli I Court on
or !> fore thi SOtll day ,,f January,
l!'". If you fail to do so. judgment
by default will l laken against you
for the relief, dc.....nded 111 II I
Biplal '
Thi- notice shall be publish.,! once
each week for four weeks
in Till: JEWISH FI.OP.1M \ N
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Floilda. this 301 li dny of December,
AH. 1931.
K l: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
D.ole County, Klorlda
(Circuit Conn .-ca'i
ill M c. GREEN,
I Duty Clerk
CHERTKoK ANli KALISH
Attorneys tor Plaintiff
607-1T Olympla BIdfl
Miami, plorida.
1/2-H-16-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY (11VEN that
the undersigned, desiring Lo engage In
-is under tin- fictitious name of
BILL MIDLERS MIAMI BEACH
RIVIERA, at I1M West Avenue, Ml-
ach, Dade Count;. Floi .,\.i. in-
tends to register said nun., with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Horlda
U. M. R. coUP.
n Horlda corporation
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for B. M. R. o IRP,
a Florida corporation
ngress fluiUling
MlahW, T'.o.lM.,
! >-U-i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious najne of
VERSAILLES BEAUTY SALON, at
Versailles. Ho! I, :;i-'"> Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County.. Florida.
GERTRUDE SALA
BHE1NER ft SPIELER
attorneys for Applicant
32 Roper Building
lami 32. Florida
12 2 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engavic In
business under the fictitious name of
GANG PLANK, al 1108 West Flagler
Cl -Miami. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Honda
WILLIAM J KKNNEY
STEPHEN F KKSSI.KK
Attorney for Applicant
4 S. W. 22nd Ave
12/2 1/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 155424
CORAL Ci INSTRUCT!! IN
Cl >MPANY, a l": rids Coi
Plai
Kl.lSl'lA B PAMPSON .
SA.MP.~nN, his wlfo, I al,
auants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OP THE
STATE OP I LOR1DA
To. KI.IM1A B. SAMPSoN, If living,
ami SAMPSi N, his wife,
if living, whose last known rei-
delice was 1 Old EsSeX Road.
Manchester. Mass : ItlTH W
SAMPSoN. and if married her
unknown spouse, whose residence
is 417 Smith Street Bosthbridge,
Mass: Mrs. DOROTHY S.
GRAVES, and GRAVES,
her husband, whose residence is
pi Da*' Street. YV.stficld, Mass.
LOUIS A. SAMPS' IN, and if
married, his unknown spouse,
whose residence Is P. O. Bos
#2202, South Portland. Maine:
ERNEST A. SAMPSON, and
.. sampson. his wife, whose
residence Is Watch Hill Boad,
Westerly. Rhoile Island. KI.ISII A
M. SAMPSON and SAMP-
SON, hi* wife, whose rosldence
Im 14u Hi dga street. Manchester,
Mass : ALL I'NKNOWN HEIRS,
doVlsees, grantoes, creditors, or
other panics claiming by.
through. under or against
EI.isilA B. SAMPSON, nol
known to be dead or alive but
bell) ved to i dead; ANI l A LSI I,
as to each of the above named
Dcfeiiilant individual-, n they be
deceased then all unknown loirs.
devisees, grantees, creditors pr-
ofiler parries < 1 a 1 m I ii g by,
through, under or aga mt such
i lefendanta; AND ALS< i, all oth-
er and unknown persons having
or claiming to have any right,
title or interest In the property
which la the sui,j< i matter of
this SUlt, said plop,: i'. lying and
being iii Dade County, Florida,
and more particularly described
as follows:
/ Lot 84, of SILVER BLUFF
GARDENS. ...cording to the
riat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book K, at p.igc 18, ,f the
public records of Dole Coun-
-ty, Florida!.
TOTJ AND EACH t'V YOL" are
hereby notified, that a iuit has been
.filed in the above named court, by th
I'lal'ntirf iibove nauled. for the |1ur-
Kise of uuleting title of the I :
and to the property invoUed here-
inabove des^rlhefl.
YoC ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND RElJi lltm> to fib your appear-
ance in said suit on or bcfoi, the 27th
day of Ja.nn.1. \. 1!'"..1. and In default
of such ai.iM .,i ,cc ., decree pro con-
less., will be entered against you and
each of you.
This order to be published once a
wnk for four ill oofisecutrve woeks
in the .lew.sh 1-loridian. a newspaper
published :n Hade.Couiiv. Florida.
DONE AMi ORDERED at the
Court House in Miami. Florida, this
24th day of December, i<*2.
K H LEATHERMAN,
Clark of tin- Circuit court
11.oh- i 'ountj i Drids
By WM W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BEN ESSEN
113 s. I old Hldg
Miami, Florida
II :' '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I
the undei sigruul, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I.oI'RUTH A IT..'., at 211-215 8. W
f-th Avenue, .Miami. Fla.. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dad, County,
Florida.
I.i MIS AND KITH PITELNU:
STEPHEN I KESSI.EK
Attorney loi applicants
I S. W. JEnil Avenue
i a-u-q-ii
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the p
llei.-hip of Leslie I i a-!,, r! and CIl
Frleberl trading as Claire Apartments.
in Miami He.oh. Dade County, I
has la. ii discontinued, and disso
as of I lecemlier .:i. i:i.,J
I R-l(-gt-I0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND-
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No 155344
KI'TH KARAS1CK, Plaintiff,
v*
BERNARD KARASICK, Defendai
order of publication
to Bernard karask-k
IU South 2nd Street
Brooklyn, New Ymk
Y'ou are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has bean
filed against yon and you ale perebj
required to serve copj of your Ans-
wer to the Hill of complaint on Plain-
tiffs attorney and file the onglnal
Answer In Ihe office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, on or before -the
21st day of January, 1953; otherwise
th allegations of said Hill of Com
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
sted this 19th day of December.
1832,
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Com i
Eta wm w stockin';
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALlANoKK. ESQ.
Attornev for Plaintiff
I2U Lincoln lU-ml
Mlgml Beai h, Floi Ida.
i :-:i-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
.IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 29365- B
In Ri ESTATE i F
B< IFIE I iIEN i:K. also known .,
] ileiiei, I e. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Pe sons Hav-
ng Cl 1 ilia ids Ag il It
Said Esl
You, u n 1 ea h ,,f you. .i I
. .; nd 'i ill, i" present
i no mis \\ hioh > on. or
either ol ive igi
of SOFIE HIENER, dei i
;.,'. "t Miami, Dnde Co ml I
to the lion Count) Judges "t I
County, ami file the same In theli
ii the Counts Courthov
i oui i"i''i da, ithin eight
ilandar months from the date of the
first publication hi n of Said i .
. il the claimant .,:. I In be s" i
d i : ented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 ol
in Prdbate Ai t.
Date Januai) 5th, \ I i
ABRAHAM DIBNER
As Executor of, the Last \\
anil Ti stamen! of
sum: DIENER, Decea-
MYERS, HEIMAN A. KAPLAN, Esq
(SO Beybold P.ldg .Miami. Hi.
Attorneys for Executor
1 9-lR-21-:t(i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICi: IS HHREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
biiaiuess under Ihe fn ntlous name of
TAMIAMI HOTEL BAR. at 201 W.
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, intend
to reglstsr said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HERMAN RIEUENDORF
LOUIS S1BGBNDORF
11/M I/I--l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155462
LOUIS DIG CKF.K. Plaintiff
CHARLOTTE DRVCKER,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARlaiTTH DRCCKER
li:, Baal lth Stroel
Bronx '-', New York
YoP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divot
hsi been Hied against you in th-
ai,,.v.- entitled cans,' and you
hereby required to ssrvs a copy of
yoqr Answer to the Bill of t'omp
oi, the Plaintiffs attorneys, ami I
the original In the office of the Clefk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
nd day of February'. lM, otherw -
i.. i 'I,, 'onfesso will be enti
agalllst \oii
This notice shall be published 0
each week for four consecutive Wl
In I'llK JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this nth
day of December. I5I
E. P.. LEATHERMAN,
i 'I. k. i 'IrCUlt Court
p.-. W.M. W STOCKIN I
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, sil.\ El: & Ml'l.LOY
Attogneys for Plaintiff
I pimahnm P.iHlding
Miami, Florida.
1 l-s-li
ATTENTION
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W apprtx^ats yoar
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iexjal rattw. Phona 2-1141
?or mtMUbgnqgr sttrelca.
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PERSONAL
AND
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COVERAGES
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