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The Jewish Floridian ( February 13, 1953 )

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liBwiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun 7_ Number 7 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS \talin Engineers Change In Policy Copyright, 1953, Jewish T.legraphic Agancy, Inc. ,v-) ( )\ Marshal Joseph Stalin once denounced the anti tism which his regime is now practicing as "the most dangerous I cannibalism," the Manchester Guardian recalled this week. ffhe pap pr Quoted an interview given by Stalin to the Jewish traphic Agency in January. 1931. in which the Communist dictabndemned the very practices his regime is now following. He said: (nti-Semitism. being Israel Border Is Tense Jewish Forces Take Protective Action Against Arab Infiltrees ported that the Communist authorities in Rumania were preparing to place on trial a number of Zionists accused of conspiracy against the State. Information received by the JTA in London disclosed that all property in Hungary belonging to the Joint Distribution Committee had been "nationalized" by the Hungarian regime. This move followed the arrest last month of Lajos Stoekler. head of the Budapest Jewish community and of the committee which administered JDC funds in Hungary. He was accused of illegal possession of foreign currency. Five Jewish members of the Communist hierarchy fell victims last week to the new "purge" in Hungary. They included a cabinet minister and a high police official. The Hungarian Communist re an exf,,rce of racial chauvinism. most dangerous remnant of kbalism. Anti-Semitism is use. the exploiters as a lighting urtor t" protect capitalism being struck down by the M people Anti Scmitism is a ft to the working people: it irrong path which diverts I from the right road and leads into Ihe jungle. Therefore, as ,'. Internationalist*, Commucannol fail to be irreconciliand sworn enemies of antiItism" npjign Gathers Momentum Communist anti-Jewish saign continued to gain molum this week in the Soviet and in virtually all counIbehind the Iron Curtain, ^patches received in New York s*d further arrests in the t Inion of persons accused of 8> !" also moved against Israel last oige a> Pravda continued its w when denounced an attache m against "bourgeois na-1 of the Israel Legatknl in Budapest lists" and others having a as a S W and demanded his imme%  hopathic" urge towards fordlate reca things In this category it Soviet Germany Refuges A the nine doctors arrested in A tr,ckle of Jewlsn refugees. Wish plot" against the Soviet averaging about 15 per day confjjy| tinucs to arrive in West Berlin dispatches from Istanbul re-1 Continued on Page 5 A JERUSALEM (JTA)—Serious de terioration in the Israel border situation this week continued to cause considerable concern here and a flurry of activity in Western capitals. Tension along the Jordan-Israel border, prevalent for many weeks, was brought close to the boiling point last week when Jordanian infiltrees derailed an Israel freight train near Kalkilpa by placing a landmine on the tracks. As Israel forces took protective action against infiltree bases along the frontier, the Israel authorities vigorously protested to the Mixed Armistice Commission. The seriousness with which Is rael regarded the situation was reflected in the abrupt termination of his vacation by Premier of 1950. Meanwhile, the Mixed Armistice Commission, under the chairmanship of Colonel Bennett de Ridder, of Belgium, held four successive emergency sessions to deal with | four Israel and one Jordan complaints. It upheld Israel on two complaints, upheld Jordan on its i complaint and dismissed two Israel complaints for lack of evidence. Diplomat Scolds Israelis Both Britain and the United States intervened in the situation last week—Britain to support the Jordan position and scold Israel for i aggressive actions and Washington to tell both sides of American conI cern over the situation and desire i for Middle East peace. In London. Sir James Bowker. Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs, told Israel's envoy, Eliahu Elath, that Britain was gravely concerned over recent border incidents and particularly over the shelling by Israel of two Jordan villages on January 23rd. The British envoy in Tel Aviv, he said, had been instructed to urge the Israel Government to take all steps in I its power to restore tranquility along the frontier. The British also informed Jor; dan that Britain stands by its 1948 commitment to protect Jordan's frontiers as well as by the 1930 tripartite declaration. In Washington, where the Israel and Jordan envoys were summoned separately to meet with John JerI nigan Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, David Goitein the Israel minister, pointed out that the number of Israelis murdered, cattle stolen and quantity Ol irrigation pipe decoyed had reached alarming proporContinued on Page 5 A David Ben-Gurion to return to Jerusalem for an extraordinary cabinet meeting on the situation. When the issue was raised in Parliament. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett assured the house that the Government was closely following developments.. The Foreign aMhistcr summoned the envoys of the United States. Britain and France to hear Israel's views on the situation as Jordan, charging Israel aggression, formally protested to Britain and the United States and called on both powers to enforce the guarantees of the tripartite declaration UJA To Convene \0A Greets Dr. Silver At 60th Birthday; Dignitaries Attend ills For Authoritative Statement Act To Inflame Soviet Peoples I NEW YORK (JTA>—An appeal to Joseph Stalin and his colt ir an "authoritative statement or act" which would end Set anti Scmitism which "cannot help but incite and inflame the W ol the Soviet Union" was made here this week by Rabbi Abba j Silver, noted American Zionist leader. ibr Silver, New York's Thomas E. Dewey and Ambassador Abba pan. virtually converted a din|honoring I)r Silver on his 60th May into a moving demonstra\ of support for the two and a million Jews behind the Iron Rain. kernor Dewey accused the N'jnists of 'the newest and ft terrible program of genocide ninehed." He charged that had torn "whole pages out J'tlers book" and warned that Wttia, "Zionism as such has become a crime and merely PS bom a Jew is now cause for Ring.' Silver declared that "it is l""> late for some authoritative %  ement or act on the part of the %  p^t Soviet leadership to clar" situation, set the record relieve Ihe minds of fear [Wplcion and avert an aooeicatastrophe" He suggested against the 2.500.000 Jews in So viet Union and the satellite coun| tries. Dr. Silver said: "I should prefer not to be forced I to conclude that the Soviet Union has definitely gone anti-Semitic, or j that it has adopted anti-Semitism I as an instrument of Communist policy. Some of my friends whose i judgment f value greatly are conj vinced that this is actually the case. If so, then another appalling tragedy of fearful and staggering proportions is in store for our people." Charges Unthinkable "Dr. Silver termed the Soviet espionage charges against Jews and the Zionist movement "unthinkable" and "monstrous." "It is un conceivable." he said, "that the So.'.tates intelligence." Dr. Silver also touched on increased activities against Israel. Declaring that the Arabs "are waiting for the economic collapse of Israel and are preparing for a second round," he called for increased American Jewish aid to the Jewish State. Ambassador Eban. attacking the Soviet anti-Jewish policy, said that Jewish leadership in Israel and in the United States faces the chalContinued on Pag* 5 A viet Union would have instructed representative .Jewish bodies its representatives at the United iroach Verlook ,he diplomatic I Nations less than five years ago to C, Uon *'


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Tr rrBBUARY 13, 1953 -Jmlsti HnrkUntn PAGE 3 A. >neral Dori In Miami For Technion; rill Confer With Leaders In Education i Yaacov Dori, hero of Israel's War of Liberation, first ["Tstaff f its Defense Forces and president of the Technion, r institute of Technology, is now in Greater Miami on behalf of h S n s three year. $10,000,000 building fund campaign. while here, the 53-year-old Israeli soldier and engineer, known h -Eisenhower of Israel," will confer with educators, civic and CI enUfic leaden. He is touring the llrv under the auspices of the Trican Technion Society, which U ppnrts the 40-yc.rold Haifa Uniersiiy. The new facilities will enable institute to graduate annually minimum of 600 engineers and h tec ts who are needed for the ountry's industrial and agricultural expansion. Thursday nifiht. he was scheduled to be honored at a reception |nn by Mrs Jennie Grossinger. A colorful personality who led Is armies to victory over the jab forces, General Dori resigned military post in 1949, soon ,IT the establishment of the fate, and retired to civilian life. became Scientific Coordinator Prime Minister David Benlurion, a position he still holds in Iddition to his duties as head of he technical university. The Israeli educator is convinced hat the application of modern icience and technology can raise he standard of living, not only of l-r.ic!. but also of the enure area the Middle East and southwest Hi As advisor to the Israeli rriir.e Minister, he is credited with he close cooperation which exists etween the country's growing inj-iry and its scientific institutions. In a recent statement, he detiareil. "Now is the time for conItnictive endeavors. It is my earn:•; hope that farsighted international diplomacy and the blessr.. il modern science will unite peoples in this area to work Roosevelt Sisters Montieello EMdies Mrs. Donnei-stag Praised For Part In Dimes March The Valentine theme will be carried out at a membership social of Roosevelt Temple No. 33, Pythian Sisters, on Wednesday, February 18th, 8 p.m., at 500 SW 17th Avenue. Mrs. Harry Baron, secretary, reported here that a letter has been received from the Supreme Secretary of the Pythian Temples of America praising the Roosevelt Sisters for contributing more to the March of Dimes than any other Temple in the country. The sisters are currently working on a theatre party, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, to raise money for the Heart Fund. General Taecov Dori and live together in brotherly cooperation." General Dori, a native of Haifa, is an engineer graduate of the University of Ghent, Belgium. He served with the Jewish Legion which fought with the British forces during World War I, acquiring valuable military experience which he used to advantage when he commanded the famous Haganah. Ben Gurion Branch To Hear Abe Hamlin Bcn-Gurion Branch No. 304. Farband, will meet on Wednesday evening. February 18th, 8 p.m., at the Beth Kl Congregation. Guest speaker will be Abe Hamlin, national director of Histadrut. Who do you know that doesn't like Kellogg's Corn Flakes? MAKE YOUR DAIRY MIALS BETTER WITH AMERICA'S FAVORITE READY-TO-IAT CEREAL You hsve lots of company when you enjoy Kellogg'i Corn Flakes. because just about everybody likes these big, tender, golden flakes oi corn. They're so fresh nd crisp you can hear'em rustle when you pour 'em into your bow" Belter have plenty on hand for your dairy meals. And eat to your heart's content — because Kellogg's Corn Flakes are delicond get more good out oi your Homes. POCONO HIGHLAND CAMPS 1 Y J sir AH Ail CAMPS a i t i $ lltk SEASON J"he Beautiful Pocenos of Pennsylvania. 9 miles from famed u w.re W.ter Gap, 90 miles from New York City or/and Philalphie. Registration quota now open for Florida and South. II u*"' d,,ini, ,v limited. Superb facilities and housing; "• balanced program of activities on land and water; mature | •" responsible supervision; resident practicing Physician, 4 ""•* (R.N.) Camp mothers. Florida group escorted to Camp. i of ,h North's outstanding Camp Organisations. Write for Ceaaplefe details or Ceafecr tecal Representative awd MeenW ef Staff > in t. MURRAY BAUM l7S UK. 17th COURT. MIAMI, HOfttDA Ph. Rstaeai MM? *llo. Office: New Jersey Offkei 90S Fieaace IMg. 10 ierr Reed Weiaaerg, MA. III. M Mi, HJ. Eerie 1. wskelir|, IXL 1 %  •">•", U. M ember nhip Tea A membership tea will be given by the Ladies Auxiliary of Congregation Monticcllo Park on Wednesday, February 18th. Mrs. Elnora Krueger, principal of the Fulford Elementary School, will be principal speaker. Handled jointly by the Membership and Program Committees, the tea will be co-chaired by Mrs. Saul Bell and Mrs Daniel Abramowitz. Becker To Chair Festival Robert Becker has been appointed chairman of the Purim Festival which will be sponsored by the Israelite Center on Sunday, March 1st. Mrs. Sarah Friedman is cochairman. Present Thomas Wolfe Plav Members of the Young Business and Professional Group of the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, saw the Thomas Wolfe play, The Face Of America, last night. Appearing in leading roles were Terry Wall, Malcolm Stewart and Sandra Michelberg. The chorus included Marie Morewitz, Norma Green, Rachel Grabin. Barbara Chcrnin and Pao Huntley. The production was directed by Mrs. Gershon Miller, with the assistance of Marie Morewitz, in charge of scenery. Others on the staff were Gershon Miller, technical producer; Zoe Starr, makeup; Aaron Gluckowsky. stage manager; and Boris Pritcher, musical director. To Present %% % %  sir Program At Meet The Beth David Sisterhood will meet on Wednesday, February 18th, 1:30 p.m., at the Synagogue. In honor of Jewish Music Month. Mrs. Jack Donnerstag will present a program entitled, Jewish Music Through The Ages. Mrs. Donnerstag is a graduate of New York University. She holds the BS and MA degrees. For many years, she was assistant to Hanv Coopersmith, head of the Depar, ment of Jewish Music in New Yon: City. Mrs. Donnerstag is director of Music for Beth David Synagogue; and the Hebrew Academy. uality Kosher Meat I and Poultry Market 1961 S.W. 8th Street Miami. Honda Telephone 82-5001 iiPiasi* .FUMIGATION mmm NYLON TENTS %  i*i i/r r*wr>i m m mmtmm •41 BISCAYNl BUVD. PH.2-3I6I M Sea or Phone NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life ln. Co. 007 Blicayne Blda 19 W. 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RlDA ^jEBR^RYjyS ^k^UbfhrMimr PAGE 5 A ra el Border Is Tense; Jewish : 0 rces Tcke Action Against Arabs ef ) f ro m Page A I indication thai the Arab state-.-finued from ra • ~ | — — ..-,... may 1052 He ;l ''' ,ncrc was k emboldened by the new Conv it this was not done by I munist propaganda line to become infiltrees but rather on \ even more intransigent" and that "anti-Israel forces everywhere will 'the new Soviet antiilicy has intensified the "„[ the Arab states to Is.,.,;American Zionist Council. hich'represents all groups in the hl Movement in the United ,1,,! last week in an '',,'. of public opinion on the nnie trial where the Communist ,l' : ffl';i5ainst Israel opened. Anal) dag the implications of he trial and its aftermath, the anted that •there is every |JA Convenes lere Sunday Continued from Pag* 1 A lieui" those lands. [ Th have be given new impetus in their campaign to liquidate Israel by political means." The Council emphasized that much will depend on the attitude of the United States. "A new outbreak of hostilities in the Middle East, or even the continuation of the existing tension, can only serve Moscow." the Council said. "The intentions of the Kremlin can be frustrated if we maintain the integrity of American policy. That policy must continue to be the rejection of blackmail, the repudiation of appeasement and the strengthening of all democratic forces committed to the defense of freedom." The Council called for a posi, Conference, however, will!" !" program in the Near East L before it the fact that Israel's | t o res st tnc Communist threat, itetence as a sanctuary and n "O" "* "e hand, we must conmeiand for all Jews in danger is tinue to strengthen Israel, a major mt difference between v "et' m of Communist anius in that he present crisis and the situation area. On the other hand, we must Hialeah Center Marks Brotherhood Week Monday Springs Statin Engineers Pottcy jnt Dib ribution Committee reft Brotherhood Night on Monday ev-; gee sneUpr a W ann ,. I. presently enin R February 16th. at 8:13 p.m., carin!{ for M persons t nas g Brotherhood loday. Tomorrow capacitv of G0 And Everyday, will be the subject i __ .. of a panel discussion. Participants ( JDC director San Haber. conferarc the Reverend Albert Schmidt, of the Grace Lutheran Church; the red this week with representatives of other voluntary relief agencies Reverend Leo Heim. of the Hia-; o n the Ps'on of the refugees. A ; leah Miami Springs Jewish Comi munity Center^Mrs. Eva Mae Furr, i I principal of Miami Springs Elejjmentary School; and Mrs. S. Gregory, ot Miami Springs Methodist Church. representative <>t the United Nations High Commissioner for P.efugees has consulted Jewish communal leaders here on the problems encountered by Jews from East Germany. The World Jewish Congress also is conducting a study on the refugees. The Jewish Agency has opened an immigration office in West Berlin to assist Jewish refugees from will celebrate its 1 h anniversary East Germany who wish to emion Sunday, February 15th. with a rate to Israel Itzhak Raphael, banquet served at 6 p.m.. in the A enc y immigration head who Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue. came t0 .P* n ,he off,ce / said that Guest of honor will be Nathan I t he organization is ready to bring Chanin. general secretary of the' 8 refugees from East Germany [Workmen's Circle Fetes Anniversary The Verband of Greater Miami decatie ago when Jews menaced had no similar refuge to i;,r • m safety and freedom. The Inaugural Conference will at a time when thouJews in Moslem lands apin a position of serious : illowing recent national %  ;ik-i in several such counarticularly Tunisia and counter Communist courtship of the Arabs by a program which strengthens democratic institutions, in the Arab countries and gives I the Arab peoples a stake in free-1 dom." the document stated. The Council emphasized the importance of an early negotiated' peace settlement between Israel i and the Arab states, so that all the peoples of the area may join in the economic cooperation and development and regional defense, j The longer peace is deferred in the ; Near East, the greater the danger of Communist penetration, the (.:,. jtraI TOO %  Kith 1953 opening as a year of %  threat ; r many millions of Jews. Jthe C ilerence will focus sharply [c. in in Jewry's ro'e in help|ir. Israel lo go on saving lives. lUgural Conference, which \ Council declared. I addressed by outstanding [figures HI American. Israeli and Uarbaill VvUll Le..-h i-'iMimunal affairs, will' Irrs'i participants from virtual[ tlvttlis ftZMftt Bv ill the 43 States, with heavy; station from many of the < Barbara Pearl will head the BZB largest cities. | Chapter of B'nai B nth Girls : Levy, VIA public rela-i Other officers recently elected : said a dominant theme '"elude Gail Widlan. vice prcMdent; Arlene Sterne. 2nd vice; president; Connie Goodman, re-j cording secretary. Sheila Wal-1 baum. corresponding secretary; Barbara Safer, treasurer; Elaine Scutchman. sergeant at arms Barbara Gardner, pledge misUnder the auspices of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Robert Merrill, Metropolitan Opera Tentor, will be brought here on Wednesday evening, February 18th, 8:30 p.m.. in the Center's main synagogue at 1701 Washington Avenue. According to Mrs. Joseph A. Berman, president of the Sisterhood, all proceeds from the concert will go towards the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Chairman of the Ticket Committee is Mrs. Leo Chaiken. Mrs. Joseph M. Rose heads the Patrons Committee. A reception for Robert Merrill to take place after the concert will be arranged by Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Workmen's Circle who organized the Verband on a national scale in 1921. Chanin will discuss the recent Soviet persecutions. to Israel at the "expense of the Zionist movement." At Dusseldorf, the Central Coun cil of Jews in Germany decided to create a fund to aid Jewish refugees from the Soviet zone. Monument Is Unvoilod For Sal The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Saal, former owner of the Sunny Brook Creamery Dairy, took place last Sunday at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery Mr. Saal is survived by his wife, Tillie; a I son. Stanley; two daughters. Miss i Ruth Saal and Mrs Gladys Brett; I and two brothers. Morris and Nath' an. I i-day meeting here will pen rts of new persecution of [Jf.i; Communist countries of |i and Asia. Uedieaie Stein Memorial fioont Rabbi Max M Landman. Evans1 ville. Indiana, and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of West Miami Jewish Center, will conduct I services during the dedication of the Isaac Stein Memorial Room at I Zamora Jewish Center on Sunday. 1 February 15th. 7 p.m ZOA Greets Dr. Silver On Sixtieth Birthday Continued from Pag* 1 A lenge of grave and perilous events. "Totalitarian dictatorship in the vast Communist empire assaults the dignity of the Jewish people by the moat grotesque and malicious libels which anti-Semitic mania has ever devised." the Israel diplomat stated. "The ha If-forgotten voices of Goebbels and Streicher have secured a sounding board in the odious indictment formulated at Prague and Moscow. Meanwhile, other totalitarian dictatorship.; which command the Ara'> world launched aggressive diatribes again.'! Israel," Mr. Eban said. Tifereth Israel i>rive JTA Special : SALEM Premier David, told Parliament Tues-, tress; Marilyn Burke, editor; Phynationwide manhunt is : Us Pearl, reporter; Elbe Swigelt lander i ay to find the terrorists; and Reanee Lewis. BBYO repre1 the Soviet legation in sentatives; Lillian Rubin and Pel in Monday night. | Elaine Scutchman. Y Council; and The \ ife of the Soviet minister ; Audrey Kaplan and Lin Cutler. I Italian cmplovees were delegates. Ben-Gurion called the, Mrs. Sue Litvack is advisor of an abominable outrage". 1 the group. Guimar Novaes To Appear With U Of M Symphony uionar Novaes. world famoi : :n -_„„„...;.i. .i,„ TT_1 i unveiling Ol inc piaiiue in ineiiiuij ai} IUUI, o.^u puu. ,st. will appear with the Uni( ^ ^ takp place vocall t Pauline F ity of Miami Symphony Orches-! cv according 0 Tambor.no and rad. under the direction of John .,___, ,...,;.._.. %  Cnm n „ c „„ w o ore Barry Levin (left), son of ~.^naniel M. Levin, and Jay Bruce Hesa, son of Mr. and Mra. "ovu Hess, who will be preaented with the Ner Tamid Scout ward during Friday evening aervicea of Temple Israel. The • r W| N cite the two younq Boy Scouts for their outstandln 9 work in the field of Jewinh Studiea. Guionar Novaes. world famous pianist, will appear with the University tra Bitter on Sunday evening. Februi ary 15th, and Monday evening. February 16th. 8:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Principal work will be the Concerto No. 2 in F minor for Piano and Orchestra by Frederic Chopin. Mr. Bitter will conduct the orchestra in L'Ascension. by Olivier Messiaen. contemporary French composer, and the Symphony No. 7 in A major. Opus 92. by Ludwig van Beethoven. When the great Brazilian pianist. Guiomar Novaes, made her North American debut at the age of sixteen, the critic of the NewYork Times commented, "Not every generation hears a'Guiomar Novaes." and the audience gave the remarkable young artist an historic ovation. Since that memnrab!" event, Mme. Novaes has continued to thrill audiences on three continents with the arlstry that first dazzled her listeners in New York. Novaes reviews have continued to be studded with such adjectives as "unequalled." "magic' "towering," and "greatest." and Novaes concerts are sold out long in ad vance of her appearance. Today, this distinguished artist [holds an unchallenged position in the world of music and is acclaim-1 | ed everywhere as "one of the great pianists of all time Funds For Children Pioneer Women. Club No. 2, will hold a dinner on Tuesday. Fchru ary 24th. 6 p.m. at Kncseth Is rael Congregation. Chairmen are Mrs. Louis Marcus and Mrs. Rose Pressman. Proceeds will go for the Child Rescue Fund, according to Ida Jacobs, president. Tife'eth I-.rae! Northside Ten They will be assisted by Cantor ter will inaugurate a memher-Hi> Rudolf Brill, who will render the drive with a buffet supper and musical portion of the service. The dance on Sunday evening. Februunveiling of the plaque in memory ary 15th, 8:30 p.m Featured are Fried and Jbi" io commentator Paul Goldberg, chairman. I Sam Gyson. The University of Miami will present Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra on Friday and Saturday evenings, February 21st and 22nd. at the Dad3 County and Miami Beach Auditoriums. Both concerts are scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Featured will be works by Berlioz. Thomas, Straune. Chabrier, Tschaikowsky, Liszt, Ravel, Anderson. Wagner. Coates, Frescobaldi-Kindler, Debussy, Rossini, Copland and Sousa. Mme. Hilde Somer is scheduled soloist. M



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FEBRUARYi^lSM k**UtntridUn>n PAGE 7 A I Lu Beth David Synagogue will dedicate Friday evening services to the Miami Zionist District of the ZOA. Above are mmbers of the committee in charge. Left to right are Irving Saal, Harry Gordon. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Sidney Sachs, prsident, Al Quadow and Louis Falk. \Z NEXT? ask these Mount Sinai Hospital Jubileers as scan a list of deliveries for the day. Volunteer workers | Mount Sinai Hospital, the Jubileers deliver tickets to Jubilee nlributors for an all-star show at the Miami Beach Auditorin March 5th. Mrs. Sam Coolik (left) is chairman of the tap. Shown with her are Mr.". Joseph Postol and Miss Lia Orovitz (standing), co-chairmen. Rabbi Lehrman Speaks l At Zionist Luncheon Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad[ dress the Zioriist Luncheon Club; | on Wednesday, February 18th, | 12:15 p.m., at the Ritz-Plaza Hotel, I ] 1701 Collins Avenue. His topic will %  I be: The Faith Of A Zionist. Rabbi Lehrman is the tenth gen eration of his family to pursue the Rabbinate in an unbroken chain. He is the son of the late Rabbi Fishman, Frank A. Gordon. Faye Tupler, Irving Schatzman and Mr... Ossip. Abraham Lehrman. who served as Rabbi for 20 years of the Glory of Israel Hebrew Institute in New York City. The Zionist luncheons are a regular Wednesday function of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District of which Fred Jonas is acting president. Al Ossip is chairman and toast master, assisted by Dan Broad, Charles H. Lee. Jacob C. Adult Social Group The Adult Social Group of th(Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will hold a February Hear; Beat Dance on Saturday. February 14th, 8:30 p.m.. at the Town Branch. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Alvin Rappaport bin Rappaport Bar Itzvah Tomorrow l in 'if Mr. and Mrs. Jack papurt. will become Bar MitzItomorrou morning, February r at I on negation Beth Jacob. f\i\ Moses Mescheloff, spirituder, will officiate. The Bar ^ a h is a student at Miami ^h Junior High School and atBeth Jacob Religious School. \r and Mrs Rappaport will hold VfP'ion in Alvin's honor on day evening, at the Beth Jacob la! Hall. Up-lo-Daie Van Service LEW M. CISCO [Transfer 6, Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 14411 15 Coffee Shop m Says Cantor SIDNEY SHICOFF Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "Instants" ... just a* ejolck but tastes so superior! Tfib superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds You just add hot water ... and instantly the burst ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A PrWvcl of G.i.'.l f—di 1 ••* Collin. THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT _QOOD-TQ.THC-LAST-DROP FLAVOR!



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PAGE 8 A v.lHrtdifhrld&gL !"!" *Ljmmrt Miss Busker Will Marrv Naval Man Mr and Mr.Ernest Butter, of 1315 13th Tern**, Miami Beach. announce the en^a-'ement of their :ie. to Gerald Leon ard Sha I "' M" H, |pn shaw Ne York City, and Benjamine Shaw. a!xi of New York Bucker graduated from Miami Beach High School whew -he %  cheer leader and received the Daughter^ of the American Revolution and the Phi Sign awards' She attended the University "I Mrs. later Boh* Lambert, Holun Wed At Temple Israel Corinne i Lamberl '.420 Ocean Drive became • of Aaron E Boom z: Tempk Israel on Jan•I..30th Rat: Narot officiated Miss Miriai Steii and Simon 1. ..••. r .""• c iple Lunch•. at Bettj the ceremor.\ A reception vai held later it tl nl Hotel inner in UM I ant Th< : .gradual* : Mount -egi %  .-• Uhsoo l'ni• -.--.. r r. •. '. • • %  %  sened for ears !" War !I Tin pat Miss H u thc Davis T<> Reside In Indiana Miss Ruthe Davis plan* an earl> mer wedding in Michigan City. Indiana, former home of her familj She is the daughter of Mr •and Mrs Charles Davis. 2370 >u 22c I Terrace Her fiance is Howard Tobias of Mr and Mrs Samuel Tobias gas City The bride-elect attended the rsiti : Wisconsin and the L'niversit) of Miami Mr Tobias was i student at Purdue L'niserved in the Navy He • the autn supply business in tiigar itj i AEmma Lazarus Lodge To Fete Brotherhood Week The Emi Ige will W eek 19th. the Jewisl %  • • The : .:. •will include the us. the Kegi Hui '. Miss Sydtlll Bmker la and is now a junior at the l'niversit) of Miami where she is er leader. Currently stationed aboard the yer L'SS Clarence K Bronson. Mr shaw attended Willistofl Academy. Easthampton. liassaellUSit;and Hobart College. Geneva. New Vorfc. whore he was active on -portteams He is now ., seaman fir>t class in the Navy. — Mrs. Co/r.'r. La4at bara Cohen Weds Army Lieutenant %  • .--, % %  %  Lieutenant ilvii Lu Sf '-.:-•; %  n M Dr lost '• : • spirit Israel ffkiated • • br.de has been a resident Beach for the pa-13 yean Shegi mated fron trof Miami in 1953 ant Landatorn* Hazletoo Per.r -Edward Holtzherg an late Leo Landau. He was graduated frornell l'niversit) :r. 1 •'--. cleaned, imj't etyled. properly fitted. Complete outfite including ehoes. J PHONE 48-2084 NIVERSI' MEN'S SHOFI 2828 Ponce D Leon Boultnif| Coral Gables V Miss fltoae Bese JEWISH GENTLEMAN *e 42 restata) in Teas, coatee* plotes more to Florida. Desires I. eerresaaaet with refiaeo 1 lod,. will brats* thorough references. Bealies rreotta with oteoost corf,deuce. Ml. 6. BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 WE PRESENT MIAMI • NIGHTCLUBS • BACK • JAI ALAI • S'GHTSEEIHG • 0RA e BOAT!** • • • leserre-tioas oo Beoeerf • • ; Lady and Gentlemen Guides — Fluent Linguists For Individuals or Groups PHONE GUIDES, INC. 24445 A ntiOHAUUD SttVICt FOB A (MSCB.'MfNATIWC CUfWTRf TV Id | Mies mmiOIATl TfliVIMO* SfBVICf KiGHTS SUNDATS HOL'DAYS for Call •Wat Cmr-WIDf TV IJ12tB Radiant Health Foods "::-.,-„ % sts ., reATt!* so o ET E T,c FOODS i. I r -tj-c S„ 8 i SfTBCHD ABCAM f* D eta • J-32S3 % urdines thth _—..^. ---_ w iiit 1 home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •-*r C .< f-t: MBBBl Miani Beach Pi Lauderdale Waal P*kn B^ch DER YIDDISHER FORUM SAT.. FEB. 14th. 8:30 P.M. Eneseth Israel MB. H~t I |. cW ATet >t %  *•• %  Beejcli Guest Speaker: L STZINBAUM Trtanh ic^affK lastrhrte TIVO SUBJKT: "T HOtr OF RBJ aaxawj, %  or VIM YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH' at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH] 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER 4 RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING k PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FBOM JEW YORK OR VICINITY ... ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOON-TO-D 0 0 IOM WITHERS VAN LINES 1000N.E.l,.Av. Pfc-SS MIAMI S OLDEST P U R H I T V B E



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FEBRUARYiy^ +Jewish fkrHiir PAGE 9 A w ^ >* [JHJJJ Jsobel futernick •nick. Rosenson bthal Tok ttictlu J Velaitbots HELEN ALPERT Mist Inei Milltr :s obcl Laura Futernick and Philip Rosenson, both studIhe University of Miami, \.int wedding plans. uncemcnt of the engage L boon made by the brideimnthor, Mrs. May Futer1901 S\V 7th Street, and jier. Morris Futernick. 2731 Avenue, lance ithe son of Mr. and L Rosenson, 2134 SW 12th Miller, Sokol I Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Miller, of Lakeland, announce the engagement of their daughter, Inez Hel aine, to Charles Wesley Sokol, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sokol, 830 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. The bride-elect graduated from I-akeland High School and attended the University of Miami, where she became a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Mr. Sokol was a student at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville, Georgia, the University of imbcr of the Future TeachMiami and Syracuse University. upper New York State. He is a member of Zcta Beta Tau Fraternity. In Miami, he belongs to the Knights of Pythias and Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. He is associated with his father in House and Garj I,, .! den Furniture. Inc.. of Miami and | America. Miss Futernick Hongs to Sigma Lambda [ Sorority, the Human Rela|ub and was recently tapped pi Pi Art Fraternity. Rosenson attended the Uninf Florida and is now at 1 >f Miami His fra-1 den Furniture, Inc.. of Miami is Pi Lambda Phi. Lakeland. .. Isscrman Weds Robert Wolhnan fwark; Couple Honeymoon On Beach knl MrLeopold Isserman, %  irk. New Jersey, announce Imaee of their daughter. [Rhoda, t<> Hubert Sanford in. son of Mr. and Mrs. [\Yollman. 949 West 48th JMiami Beach. podding took place on SunNewark, with the bride"s I Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman. s>i lender of Temnie Israel. Uk Missouri, and Rabbi Ely Temple B'nai Jeshurun. officiating i in marriage by her father. lido orc blush pink nylon pver taffeta and a portrait er line edged with two rows ntilly lace which extended hemline They formed a filled in with accordion nvlon on the skirt. Her eadpiece held her finger-tip bid she carried a Bible topJith orchids. G o r t rude Isserman, the i sister, and Mrs. Charles IIhe bridegroom's sister, were Ittendants They wore pink | tulle and lace. rles llhon. the bridegroom's ft'm law. was best man. UshMrs. tofcert tVe/lmen ark; Richard Isserman, Maplewood, New Jersev: and Donald Clarick, Elizabeth. New Jersey. The couple is now honeymooning on Miami Beach-. Following three-week stay here, they a will ere Sidney Isserman, the I live in Union, New Jersey. Mr. uncle. Newark; Philip Is-' Wollman was recently discharged the bride's brother, St. from the Army after serving two Robert Bolusky, Newport, I years as a sergeant in the Signal Island; Sanford Roth. New-1 Corps. _________ Miss Hutkin, Norton Shapiro Will Wed Announcement of the betrothal of Miss Barbara Maxine Hutkin to Norton Shapiro was made at a cocktail party in Chicago. Illinois, at the home of the bridegroom elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shapiro. Miss Hutkin is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield Hutkin. 2841 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach. The bride-eleW graduated from Miami Beach High School and is now a freshman at the University of Florida. Mr. Shapiro attended Senn High School. Chicago; the University of Illinois, Champaign; Northwestern University; and is now a junior at the University of Florida His fraternity is Alpha Epsilon Pi. 5? %  "*. M* B^. coup,e wm W Cd Mia,n, Hardly had Tht Jewish Floridian been plucked from mailboxes last Thursday when my phone was so deluged with calls that Will Crockett, trying to get through from Miami Beach Federal Savings, hauled in special operator to ask me anxiously, "What's happening on your line?" "Much fun," I told her. "I am enjoying it and why don't you listen in. Doiens of people I don't know are ringing up to shout with joy over that paragraph on lady-twitters. They say they've experienced the same thing. Nobody, of course, mentioned any names. But I can now guarantee the presence of at least 200 twitters in South Florida, ladies or otherwise. They say I should rankle in print more often. They're standing by." Actually, people are pretty wonderful. Not so good, though, is the current "situation" on Miami Beach created by wrathful folk who, on Wednesday, were arguing the case for and against a kosher meat inspector. This was on the City Council agenda that day. The Beach newspaper carried a brief news report of the hearing. The reported was Hal Bergida. Wrathfully, the wrathful are accusing Bergida of everything from misstatements to bribery. Curiously, they have levelled at his employers the fact that he's plainly anti-semitic. Reporters from the Miami papers (which didn't bother to run any report) are verifying Bergida's accuracy and how, indeed, he "played down" what was an embarrassing public display of tempers. Well, listen to this. Bergida is a guy to whom freedom of the press is no mtre phrase. Bergida was editor of the Tamiami News, and you readers in West Miami remember his editorials on democracy. Bergida, unlike his accusers, fought for freedom. He's a wounded World War II vet. And the payoff is this: Bergida is a Jew. Now who's being anti-semitic—I NEIGHBORS: Enjoying a Havana jaunt are the Charles Wolfs ... Be Kind to Animals Week works year-round for Bill and Blanche Kleeman. Blanche, onetime science teacher, doesn't pull the old gag, "Don't forget to put the cat out, dear", because the cat is already out. For it. Bill sets a careful saucer of milk under his parked car, every night. It's a lonely little stray "SAND IN YOUR SHOES": The whole community is zinging into action to make a solid click-show of "Sand in Your Shoes", musical history of Greater Miami sponsored, as you know, to further the funds of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers. The brain child of Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof for a big community endeavor with a valuable and permanent impact, "Sand in Your Shoes" (and how valiantly she fought for that title!) has already reach'd deep into the community. Cooperating for top help are Florida Power and Light, Peoples Water and Gas, Southern Bell Telephone—be sure to catch their "pioneer phone" exhibit, says Mrs. Minnie Brehmer—, the sturdy roster of Miami Pioneers, Inc. who settled here in 1896, 1898—(and they look so young!), Miami Public Library, radio and teevee, numerous clubs. Chambers of Commerce, Burdine's, and all songwriters in the ICAPA. That's part of the list. First Chamber of Commerce to pitch in sent such a cutie as shouldn't be concealed from any roving eye. Wrote Secretary Melvin I. Muroff: "In solemn conclave we have endorsed the 'Sand in Your Shoes' production and you may trigger this bombshell to awaken a slumbering community to the fact that it has a past. Couch this inspired and inspiring announcement how you will and we shall remain. Cordially, Miami Beach Jaycees." First club to beg for a prevue-on the-program is Miami Beach Kiwanis, through Ritter Levinson. They got it—Feb. 26th! Interesting note is that Burdine's, which owns a copyright on the tag "Sand in Your Shoes", attached to its Burdine-created cotton print, has waived its rights, and will also cooperate with a ticket booth starting Feb. 23rd Music-man Robert Strassburg dragged his theme song hot off the piano Sunday to play and sing it at Dr. Bertha Foster's home for the ICAPA membership of Independent Composers, Authors and Publishers Association. They're submitting songs on Miami or Florida to their own officials, then to the "Sand in Your Shoes" contest for a public introduction the night of March 1st, at Miami Beach Auditor i ium Next day, the song goes to New York ... One feller everybody knows is ICAPA member Al Raymond, oldtime song-plugger for AI | Jolson. A.'s got a published new song of his own. The group's attorney is Ed Klein Meanwhile, Strassburg's sent out a flash SOS for more singers who can sight-read. Rehearsals are Monday and Thursday evenings at 8 sharp, in the Town "Y". Miss Elaine Nemefh Elaine Nemeth Will Be .lime Bride Miss Elaine Ceceille Nemeth will be a June bride. Her engagement to Mr. Barry M. Rothenh.-rt is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nemeth. 6366 SW 13th Street. West Miami. Miss Nemeth graduated from Miami High School and is now employed as a secretary at Burdine's Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mr; Irving Rothenberg. 1120 Wallace Street, Coral Gables, is a freshman at the University of Miami Law School. His fraternity is /eta Beta Tau. Present Musical Comedy A three act musical comedy. A Tropical Mock Divorce, will be pre sented by the Golden Age Friendship group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. To rn Branch, on Sunday. February 13th at 8:15 p.m. Beloved and so successful poet Hannah Kahn was one of the guests at Library director Helga Eason's Open House, whose stunning wallhues were picked by husband Jack Eason. Hannah is one of the great inspiration! to all. hereabouts. The most modest of humans, she holds a full time office job. cares for a husband, home and family, markets, cook* cleans and writes and all good! ... In the same tradition is Marian (Mrs Isadore) Sussman who swapped Alabama college for marriage has a couple of cute young fry. and picked up college again through night classes at the Univ. of Miami, to graduate Cum, I_uide and receive a September appointment as science teacher in Kinloch Park It look her two and a half years, but she made it. And. like Hannah good' This news was relayed by her baby sitter who ought to have at least one degree of that degree. Bachelor of Education. Who—' Dorothy Alpert. Of course you might argue that Dorothy was •rofiting as well, test tubing plans for B'nai Brith Women-welli as Their Feb 15th Valentine Dance at the Sherry-and Feb. 17th meeting at the Town "Y"—and Donor Lunchean at the Algiers March 3rd. Yep, *_ might say she was pretty busy. too. Her chapter president ,S "THE'WORLD^A" SMALL PLACE DEPT.: Sam Hirsch's mother and father, visiting here from Trenton. N.J.. dropped in to carry a hello to Miami's Mr and Mrs. Ed Braun from Ed Braun s sister there. Mrs Julia Fass In Trenton, they'd hardly met. Here, a thousand -lies away they became Fass friends. (Okay-I feel more puns creep ing up. I will now desist. On the other hand, if I continue, maybe you i will have to telephone me again—?) Mrs. Svmner Spellman Spellmans Travel Through Florida A trip through Florida followed the wedding of Mr and Mrs. S :.ii ner Spellman on January 25th The bride is the former Ilh>d Wettenberg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Litwin. 3410 SW 6th Street, Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro official ed at the ceremony in Zamora Jewish Center. Attendants were Mrs. Th. M Bouvier. the bride's sister, and Irwin Spellman, the bridegroom's brother. Miss. Myra Martinez waa soloist. Pianist was Miss Kitty Bet terson. Newlywed Mrs. Spellman is employed by Walgreen's Drug Store. The groom, who served four years in the US Navy, is in the seniee station business. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Spellman, 3435 NW 15th Street. Mrs. Eskol At CIA Afioir Mrs. Alisa Klausner Eskol. n>ted lecturer and writer from Israel, spoke in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal at a luncheon of the Apartment House Unit faster day in the Ritz Plaza Hotel.



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rBHUARYl^lSSS. vkmishnorkHnn PAGE 11 A lers To The Editor COMMENT: The(Jewhas been deluged durk three weeks by letr eader. Mr. Ben Levey. I To The Editor Column L c( ..,iment.s of all perlesire lo express them| c ,v on any "fc^*"* Ko insist, however, that Vnce addressed to The Indian for publication Ibe accompanied by the Less. While Mr. LevI are certainly pertinent Live we reserve their [until he identifies himThe Jewish Kloridian pioridian: is a copy of a letter „,P to Rabbi Joseph protesting the outragprices of Kosher meat |nil area The signatures my friends and neighfadded to this letter. I subject which I am sure \\ concern t>> many of i, this letter <<>r anyon the subject) were [in your new-paper, it |jro a great many wornJctantly pay these prices (meat. 1" lake action and tmilar petitions of proW own neighborhoods. pethini; could be done Ibscriher to The Jewish ln'1 an interested reader. I am sure that your publication is the best medium for reaching the Jewish people of Miami who I am sure feel the way I do on this topic. I realize that due to the fact that many of your advertisers are kosher butchers, you may hesitate to print anything of this nature. However, my own butcher claims that the high prices originate with the wholesalers. If this is the case, the grievance of the Jewish women of this community is with the wholesalers, and the lowering of prices should help, rather than hinder, the retail kosher butchers by bringing a greater volume of business to them. Mrs. Robert F. Bloch January 29, 1953 Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Miami Beach. Florida. Dear Rabbi Rackovsky, This letter is being written to you with the hope that something can be done to bring down the prices of Kosher meat in the Miami area. I am a young Jewish housewife and have been a resident of Miami Beach for five years. I have always lived in a kosher home and had always intended to bring my children up in a kosher home. However, this seems to be becoming more and more difficult. When one picks up a newspaper and reads that meat is at it's low-1 est price in years, and then reads the advertisements for non-kosher meats, it is enough to drive almost j any Jewish woman to buy "trefe" i meat. As an example, I quote' prices from ads in the Miami Her-1 aid of this morning: All US Gov't! graded choice rib roast—69c a lb. calf liver—89c a lb chuck | roast—43c a lb. a contrast, I have (Men paying for rib roast—$1.30 a lb calf liver—$1.75 a lb and chuck roast—$1.20 a lb. Although one does expect to pay a little more for kosher meat, this seems not just a little, but a lot out of line. I am not alone in feeling this way. Among my friends, more and more women have left the Kosher Butcher for the Super Market— and this would not be so if the prices were more reasonable. The home is the center of Jewish life. A Kosher home is the back-bone of Judaism. Why must the Kosher butcher drive the young Jewish women away from the traditions we would like to uphold? Mrs. Robert F. Bloch ill mer lectric Co. pityContracting and Service S. W. 4th St. iPhone 9-2477 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. Inc. Complete Abstract and Till* Insurance Servic* THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 4063 Ponce de Leon Blvd. PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES A MESSAGE ftOM THE HONORABLE CLAUDE PEPPER It is with great pleasure that I announce to my friends of Miami Beach my affiliation with the WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. The Association is prepared to serve you if you are buying, building, refinancing or modernizing your home. It is eager to assist you in saving steadily, profitably and safely. It is dedicated to teach your children to save for the future. Many of our friends are already WASHINGTON FEDERAL members. 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PARTICIPATING RABBIS OF AFFILIATING CONGREGATIONS: BETH DAVID. BETH JACOB. BETH EL and MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION Watch Next Issue For Detailed Program $ Come join us in the Dedicatory Ceremonies and take advantage of our 30-day special offer on Pre-Need Family Plots of 4 graves or more FEBRUARY 22nd TO MARCH 31st. INCLUSIVE FAMILY PLOTS OF 4 GRAVES OR MORE $300 Cash 25% DOWN Balance within 12 Months •ubject to small interest This Offer Good Only from February 22nd to March 31st For Information Call the Office -4-5922 GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASS'N Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery H. SIMONS, Chairman. Dedication Committee \ \



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PAGE 12 A vjcnisr fhrkRan — JS^FEtaJ RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evenin ;it 8:18 p.m Hj M irri ; and B n K. c ml ir, w I >i.. tin Pinkel: teii at) >ri ej. will liscuss Broth* rh i id Hosts al the Oneg Shabbat will be Mr an Mrs Vlbert Wei iberg Can lies will be blessed bj Miss Marian Schwartz. HI Miami, and Miss Esth r r ie I man. of West New York. New Jer sej Saturday moroinj services are ;ii 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Abraham Sachs will discuss the Weekly Por tion • > NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridaj evening sen ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer \brahowib officiating and preaching on the topic: The Spirit Of Lincoln. The Center Choir under the leadership of A Louis Mechlowitz will assist Cantor Edward Klein in the musical portion of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8 45 am, when Richard, son of Mr •mil Mrs. Frank Briskman. will become Bar Mitzvah HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINCS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Children oi the Hebrew School will assist Reverend Leon Heim. Subject of the Reverend's discourse is scheduled as uti.it Do We Teach For Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simon will be hosts ..: th. Oneg Shabbal Saturdaj in', services are al 9 a m M ith Ri erend Heim preaching on the Weekly Portion Mil arh MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold 1 I'VI uing services al 5 30 p m I ati %  in .• 8 IS p.m when the M< n's Club v ill be honored I Si on April will officiate an I Do We Have True Den o" Josepl I president ol ih.' Men's Club, will follow with a The Oneg Sh is -cheduled to be under thi I Mrs Joseph Schwa : her mother Sal ning servici i Rabbi April will ; 0 ir Ri lij Vnd Edm • Institutions -' iss ;at 4 | Mil la an -• s %  i Seudos un :| ;it 8 • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold ir: • i • ening sen ice al "• 19 p s iturdaj mornin i sen ices are il Rabbi Ji seph Rack n skj will k on the topic Civil Societj Al 4 p m Rabbi Ra< koi sky will discuss the Week:'. Por tion Mincha is al 4 30 p.m followed bj Shalos Seud is and Maarh Daib senlces are at 7:30 a m and at 9: (9 p n BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening services at sundown. Saturdaj morning services are al 8:30 a m Rabbi Shmarvahu Swirskv will discuss: The Compelling Power Of Prayer Monologue Or Dialogue. A class in Talmud is scheduled for 4 30 p m Mincha will be at 9:19 p.m., fol lowed bj Shalos Seudos, Harold, son of Mr and MrIrving Bob son. 2930 SW 11th Street, will be Bar MiUvah during the Sahhath mo mini: service CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:19 p ::i Guest speaker will be Reverend Russell Rleinginna ti • ins Chaplain and Minister oi the Lutheran Faith The Center will io:n in cell February a* Expand Human Brotherhood Saturday ri": • ng sen ices %  ; when Bryan Rarest Soil waj students fthel | leliver nettes \ Kid lush will follow th Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory %  M n v -, %  ; • • % %  %  $', V \l II R kOV v Ml I. II SW %  Wi FIgler-Orj !*W iw Academy v ,. ,, H | | Springe i Ith H Kwood I II Israelite Center II \ %  %  SW -HI' M Knetetn Israel I: • Euclid Ave., M Miami BeJi-h R I.hr" in : Wutti Ave M n Vjmi Heurew School Kanbl • %  i Orthwl SVt !th Ave., Ml ml McntiCCllO Park lll Street I NE \ \ • PHI 11 North Dade Rabbi Harry E: I Inner, • %  -. %  \ ,--.. l.ti \\ Dlzli ; ,\ N North Sho r e Maj er I' rlti lire. (SO %  T'th Si M iml Reach Temple l*rae' I' 1 J Reph Ni Ro* is: NE SI MI Tilereth Israel • • %  \ V iml \I Mian West Miam, R \ %  d w ixn an, I SW 17th St., M an Young Israel • •. •' Iv (001 ChBM Ave. Miami rtMoh Zameri :.II .' %  ., Ave., Coral ,; .' tn be delivered by Rabbi Shapiro is Public Opinion <>n The State Of Israel Sidnej Sachs will be speak er daring the Oneg Shabbal soon sored bj Mr and Mrs Harry White Floral offerings are In Mr. and Mrs Walter fnhen. Saturday morning servici are scheduled for 9 a m \hen Paul White will become Bar Mitzvah ol Mr and .Mrs Jack E. LawM ill take place. Cantor Samuel K< emer will render the musical n ol ihe liturgy, • <* HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Idte Fridaj evening services at 8.30 ;> in with Cantor Joseph W. Malek rendering the musical portion of iln liturg) Kiddush will be recited b) children of the Religious School. An Oneg Shabbal will follow. Daily services are at 9 a.m.. and 6 p.m.. conducted by Cantor Mordechai Haalman. | • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular sen-ices Friday at 8:19 p.m with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating, Arthur Deutsch. chairman of the Religious Committee, will speak on Self imposed >. %  .!•!> An One:; Shabbat will be icl bj tho Sisterhood. Serviciwill begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday. and will be followed by a Kiddush. • AG'JDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve ning services at 6 p.m.. with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating. In honor of National Brotherhood Week, the I Rabbi will discourse on the topic: let Thy Brother Live With Thee Saturday morning services are at 9 : am The Sanctuary-Foundation Of The Croat Structure Of A United Brotherhood, will be the subject of a sermon to be delivered at that time Mincha is at 5 p.m.. and will ; be followed b) Shalos Seudos. 25! ( *•"'' annivenu* move,, ,,, 2J W 'H Posl th. %p,, will i„ spiriiu. C k,rs leader <*£, a discourse taT Leader, Mr ^ Jgd will ,* h Shabbal ln honor of vah "f their v,„ services on Satu rt ; am Mmrha will bl'*--l by Shalo, services ire a 7 ( J V.IAMI BEACH I TER win hold Frltn !*-'•; at S 30 pm..^. iLenrnian officiatiar ing: We Build F( I Saturday morning, 9 am when the the Weekl) Portion Bible class is schediuaj Mincha will be at %  lowed by Shalos David Silverman .. I musical portion at alli I Bitted by the Center i the direction of Jo man TIFERETH I SRAELI SIDE CENTER holJ mornin.' -enices at! D. Rosner — Management HOTEL GOOD KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will "•••' and at 8:1! %  • : Cassel will S IT ','. n : Win ar.tor Abral lions of th. -.-r\ s an 30 a.i is i r 4:45 i HE8REW ACADEMY w II h ild Fruii. evi at 5 4"< p.m. Sal irdaj morn ,-,. l whi n Rabbi \ xander Gr i-will officiate The -• will IK dedicate to Torah Stud) Month Lester Brickman, 8th Acaden i stu lent, wi : deliver Ihe %  • v t for chilunder th super Hi Uex 5 S risers I be Mrs : Mrs. 1 .is., • i '-.i .al 5 : ; n p.m., : BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will • vening services at with MM > : ^ ipir i a n d Cantor ::.:• %  : '> ,ht Si idenl h .ir under I MrJai heated %  : mi Zionist 1 • S ney Sachs lent, Irving Saal • %  Subject of a di! g& Triron Hotel Dining Room t^> f723 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH •hom .' 0r Peservations -. — : 5-6551 5-4307 TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will hold Fridaj evening services at 8 15 p.m.. with Dr Joseph N'arot officiating and discussing: Religion And Patriotism The service will observe Familj Night Sabbath. with children of the Religious SC1M.II participating The Bar Mitz \ali oi Jeffrey, son "f Mr and MB. Arthur T Herman, will take place at that time Jaj Bruce Hess and Burn Levin will also be awarded for their work in the field of Jew ish studies TEMPLE BETH SOLOM uill hold Fridaj evening services at 8 15 j p m with ab l.. on Kronish of ficiating and di i .. A Torah For Tomorrow The presentation of I • ol Law to Beth Sholom will ; l>e made at that time bj Mr and i Mrs Di Seplei in memorj of v 'Sepler's 1 it hi r John A Kor Saturday morning sen ices re al 10 45 a m when the Bar v v • %  %  ;! ard Medoff.i Mrs. 1 A:-, •.,,\t, :: nd Stevei Gerald Lawson ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 43rd ST. 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IUARYJ3. 1953_ *JcnisJifk)ri(ifr>n PAGE 13 A T; j ii j Shapiro Resigns As 10U atta Me Assistant Solicitor 1 Uween B y BORIS SMOLAR I ,t. 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) OPMENTS: 0 f tne pac ( ( 0 Parliament until mpaign afiainst' after the forthcoming Parliamen, •?,",', unexpected tary elections This, it was fear. to the I'nited ed, could have affected the ratifi-. Moved by the cation of the agreement, since no i ncss 'if the posi[ one can predict the composition of i in countries behind the new Parliament However, i Jewish commu word received here by interested letting larger K<>als Jewish groups from influential rj\ drive than for groups in Germany leave no doubt, tn Philadelphia, a that the Social Democrats and the ,'eeting addressed by Adenauer Party will, even after the M Warburg resulted new elections, form a majority in UOO in pledges, which the Bonn Parliament and will be I Git increase over the able to force implementation of of the same group the agreement. [ m Cleveland, a goal I |„. set for this years PERSONAL PROFILES: compared with the Jews in America will be proud of liscd last year he fjlm Tonight We Sing, which' b-c, a group "f con i wi „ s()on be shown throughout the the L'JA announced C0U ntry ... It is a tribute to an [h are 20 percent great. immigrant Jew who brought to the B=2 Pittsburgh was (ounce a V-' KM.OOOgoal ult of the ant i Jewish Its in the countries be|n Curtain, raised it to In Miami, a group Inrs which last year pledged S580.0O0 for All in all. the UJA cominy to the great c ;i n .j %  •! the 1153 ca"ilh will be held in Minn Kebruarv 15th— .i '. t_i.t. are making history in the world of tpeeutmn Hat Jewsh ^ £ %  £ Himse|f a ^ fJHZ ,nti tewish modest Person. Mr. Hurok is very ed by the ant.-Jewsh interested in everything that countries behind the ,,__._ i_ _._:__, J Herbert S. Shapiro has an nounced his resignation as assist ant county solicitor of Dade County after more than four years service and his return to private pracFLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY United States the very best in music and ballet ... It presents the life of Sol Hurok, noted Jewish impressario, who came to the United Stales from Czarist Russia | as a young man and started his career on New York's East Side ... It was he who later managed in the US tours and concerts of Herbert Shapiro tice with the law firm of Berick. Shapiro & Fried. During his term in office as an such world-renowned celebrities as assistant to Robert R. Taylor, ShaFeodor Chalipin, Anna Pavlova, p j ro prosecuted more than 5,000 cases before the criminal courts of Eugene Ysaye, Marion Anderson and dozens of others who made or b. will gear their cam-'. is Jewish and lends a helping hand meet every possible I in Jewish affairs It was he who arranged the US tour of the Israel Symphony last year Dade County. He also was instrumental in investigating and protecting merchants here from illicit advertising schemes by unauthorized English-Jewish periodicals. Shapiro is a World War II vetIt is he who contributes to the eran, with four years service, dur•Iv Bro-German speech success of Jewish philanthropic ing whith he was awarded the Ithe annual meeting of ^^^^'^'"S'^^Vhf'' Bronze Star Medal. Formerly, he I JSSi honoMhl American Fr^nd" was an instructor at the University for Israel Institutions recently gave of France. an impressive dinner at the WalPrior to his admission to pracdorf Astoria Hotel in New York tice here, he was associated with ... The film, in techniicolor. sets two New Y ork law firms. forth his modesty, his ambition to ; spread the best in music among people who cannot afford to pay Germany | h h P rices and *\ s evoUon to bv tne | art and music ... It is the kind ol a film that one wants to see sev-, By. former US High jer for Germany, was Jout of place by many led the meeting kot hesitate to criticize er, in expressing their his speech after the ling was over The I overshadowed here are liberal people 1 Adenauer type ... It nown fact that even in \i Adenauer's own Chriseratic Party, some are [ly opposed to the idea Rny should pay reparaael and the Jews [felly, leaders of American ups had a private meethe new US High Com|for Germany, Professor Conant. prior to his de' Germany All indint to the fact that the irliament will ratify the pact with Israel no hard the pro-Arab elepermany work against it I suspected by some that >uer government might I to postpone submission eral times because it is really a treat to the ear and to the eye The singing and music are done by such great artists as Ezio Pinza. Isaac Stern and other artists of similar rank There are excel lent scenes from famous operas and ballets Tamara Toumanova portrays Anna Pavlova, keeping the audience breathless. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 930 Everglades Concourse PHONE 86-8041 RENTALS — SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES DORN MARTIN DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 142 Sunset Drive South Miami |GE P. KARNEGIS |YAL BAKING COMPANY |N. W. 7th Street "WE COVER THE EARTH" IV & MACK tUlATORS I* loaned ^paired & |*New or Used) ^RES MFG. & AN ?EED IN MIAMI RRY & MACK \ N W .2ndAv. p H9-260M 621 1915 SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY TILE — MARBLE — TERAZZO 2500 S.W. 28th Lane Phones 4-6037 4-4475 "THE CORNED BEEF KING"" < Uarliv s A(r 1 ontliHoned MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT CHARLES FRIEDMAN, Proprietor Phone 82-9161 2195 N. W. 12th Avenue Miami. Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS BARR AND BARR, INC. 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PAGE UA Saperstein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Philip Saperstein. formerly of 846 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach ~... take place Sunday. February 15th 2 pm. at the Workme Plot of Mount S (tars Mr Saperstein ie-sill'lied bj hit Jennie, and a nephew. Mas Mark; Ke was a member of the WorkCircle Branch 692 Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company .is and relatives are asked to be present. >Jeistrk*jter_ Obiiuarir* *S W L3E0 S0L0VON N T %  %  -'.-%  %  Grumet Unveiling The dedication of a moc-i" — e memory of the lab GraM Eormerr* of 1185 NW 30th %  *.'.': take place Sunday. FebIfltb 2 ? ~ at II .-• Cemetery, with Rabbi S T Swirsky •::'.;.atine. Mrs Gr. rl -arrived by her bestead David and 3 rLeonard. Her-, and Oscar a daughter. Esther Kerstatten. 3 %  r \-.-rz ;.-•-:4 tree A.---of PalmM %  an aski present %  %  %  i i -EVS =: %  ••£ = £ %  %  • II %  -• 3-erge: Double Unveiling ... -. • %  %  :%  -• r. for I 3091 KW race, will tal 15th. 3 p Mount S I ... ;. .. di :z S I -. %  • • • sisters of 3 r .*C0S SC-w E %  '• .. ins *r* E •• %  = HOSE SOLDBERG SAV.EL PEARLVAN w BE: "-LiEB SAWuEL TMROSE K .ml :EL A LAZARL.S % %  % %  FRANK KATZ %  • %  %  %  ISRAEL LIFSCHITZ %  %  %  %  l.iv**ay Window (o.. Inc. PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES 3044 S. W. 28th Lane PHONE 4-2503 FRIDA Y, Mtemx Health | Conditioning *• Irrigations rJ* Massjg 7235 B TB PH 0ITE 7.J GRAND NATIONAL IMP! WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue Z% %  EL TANSEN r^irs-eir. Unveiling :%  1629 s t Mount S M .' % %  •" Ere gat %  • %  SiOAE SC-EER %  %  GREETINGS BRADLEY IMIMKIX. CO. H iteofa %  Quality Phunben Contracting 4 Repairs P. O. Box 732 Hialeah. Florida ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 88-1516 BRADLEY GEISSINGER M. H. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 622 S. W. 27th Avenue p^. GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Gulfstream Quick Freeze & Cold Storage Co. 26 NIL 27th STREET. MIAMI Phone 82-2671 EGEi. Sega; Unveiling .. I .4. Fla 5ui ;: Mount Nel Rabb: Irving I* r lating er H a member %  r %  Beach Junior Radassah irsery schooi teacher at the Miami Beach Jewish Center and a dietician at the mm.T.tr camp of the Miami Beach V Arrangementare in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument CornFriends and relative' are asked to be present. MENOCL o. =! Klimberger Unveiling The I •-n em ry of I • 252 Street Feb 15th ting : %  : of Br \ y Arrai gement barge of er'i Miai M %  com %  %  to be prExtending the SEASONS COMPLIMENTS ': the many peopk il has been out pleasure to i Alexander Slip Cover Studio 717 S.W. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-0203 Miami llt<1rlwi Sa'ti imi Service TITLE I\SIR\Mr: A definite insurance contract instead of as 0PD as to the condition of title. Langford Building. Miami — 82-5618 ESCROWS — ABSTRACTS FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAB I JIM INMAN i 275 N.E. lltfc ST1EIT MIAMI FlOfilOA *U*t 144*4 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI CRUSHED STONE COj PRODUCER OF CRUSHED STONE AND SAND S( SERVICED BY SA. L. RY and F. E C. RY. Facilities for Direct Loading of Cars or Trocb j 4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue, Miami P. O. Box 451. South Miami Branch PHONE 87-3411 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Berkow Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late David Berkow. formerl> of 1172 N'E 60th Terrace will take place Sunday. February 15th. 2 30 p.m. at alt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating Mr Berkow is survived by his wife. Anna, and one son. Carl, two daughters. Florence Levine. of Miami, and Truda Lutr. of North Carolina. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Berkell Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memor> of the late Flora Berkell. formerly of 2048 SW 7th Street, will take place Sunday Feb ruary 15th 2 p ra at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating Mrs.-Berkell is survi\ed by her husband. Phillip, and two sons, Gerald and Edward Ar rangements are in charge of Ttaur mond Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend SEASON'S GREETINGS %  •ula Jones Floxerj For All Occasions DELIVERY Cut Flowers— Potted Plants Corsages—Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties 1910 S. W. 8th Street 2-5790 Phones — 2-5384 SWIFT & COMPANY Hitrt'Hhingly yours Su-ifi'M Mre Cream PHONE 48-6555 • • • ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. raoirc i-rm GREETINGS BAY-BEE DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE "Greater Miami's First' 2111 M. W. lftth AT.DU." AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR DIAPERS k BABY CLOTHES Phone SSSS3 La Vigne Electric f J 163 N. E. 24th Str*.t—Phont H*



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FEBHUABXJM^ vJmlsti Hrx-Minn PAGE 15 A (oblenz Heads association President of the Southeast fcp.omo.ric AOCjtonito lam H Knblenz. of 4230 bW U, He succeeds Dr. Glenn P Coral Gables, lice president is Dr. S G. L Miami Beach. Other Include D. Ro; bert Tanlh Miami, re-elected secreIj Chester Hotter, Miami treasurer. Intatarms will be Dr. | Hall, "f South Mianii. L directors were Drs. iBrimn. Frl Lauderdale, %  Stfrt. Miami. fovaes Interviewed brie Voipe will Interview Novacs. pianist, on her B-'ram Saturday. February mt Station WHAT at 6:30 ne. Novacs appears with hrsity of Miami Symphony [ a on Sunday. February | Miami Beach Auditorium. {Monday. February 16th, at i County Auditorium. ineze Names To Post hling lnc. one of Miami's banufacturers of furniture, announced the appointAl Freehling as adminisissistant. aduated from Miami V hool, attended the II. of Al ibama and is eomidies at the Unip! Mianii (ir: in Government, he 11 the University in and handled all Ipublic relations affairs un %  as i lected vice president ludent bod) last spring. j serving as vice president. %  bo on scholarship at the |::.. assuming the position relation" director for the I two band". [student. Freehling was a [of Sigma Alpha Mu Social jty. Alpha Phi Omega Servwnity Arnold Air Society I Honorary and was tapped Jtron Delta Kappa and Iron %  national and local leaderFPS. n was twice chosen a naktudent leader, named to %  ho In American Colleges llversities a n d made the 1st. |? begun hi" administrative iStylaneze and will receive ..i the University in June Freehling is 21. he son nf Mr and Mrs. JeiFreehlinn. <>f 1231 S\V 19th Samvtl Burshtyn Samuel Burshtyn Is Miami Visitor Currently visiting in Miami is the Yiddish writer Samuel Burshtyn. Mr. Burshtyn was born in Keltz, Poland, and came to New York City in 1908. Since 1921, he has toured Europe five times. Later travels included trips to Mexico four times and numerous journeys throughout the United States. Last summer. Mr. Burshtyn was in Paris. France. He had only shortly before then returned from a stay in Israel. He is currently here following the publication of his most recent work, The Masquerade Ball Of Perdition. The author of many novels, short stories and poems, his writings include: On The Great World. On The Rails Of Ideas. Through Lightening And Clouds and The Golden Triumph. Mr. Burshtyn is at The Senate Hotel. 139 NE 2nd Avenue. Perlmutter Wins Student Honors Lary Perlmutter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius J. Perlmutter, 1441 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, has been chosen one of the top four scholars in Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. President of the University of Miami Chapter. Perlmutter was selected for his scholastic standing in competition with some 14.000 ZBT members throughout the nation. 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llie^viislbJEIliDiciidliiauri FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1953 SEC. B IsraelUS Drama Tour Is Due Here ^comfortable Time Seen Ahead For Soviets At UN Uonstrations Take Place At issian New York Headquarters By ARTHUR LEWIS Telegraphic Mfhl. I, null pv. 1l' I EP NATIONS — There is that the Israeli decision g to the attention of this organization the anti-SemiImpaign behind the Iron Curjjoin^ t" provide the Soviet Ition with a very uneomfort(to put it mildly) when event h General Assembly is e d al Ihe end of FebruImitrations have already place outside t he Soviet lation headquarter* in New [protesting against the arrest Jewish doctors and the action that lewish organizations I been engaged in espionage. k and official reaction in Jeountries and particularly in L'nited States and the United Bom. has been such that the delegation will be assured |e itrongest support for this I delegation has not yet decidL it will bring up the matter. ft is unlikely that it will ask I to be considered under a sepitem At present, it is studyagenda to pick the best despot for the question to be initems have been left over second part of the Assemfhe> arc 1 Korea; 2. Disarmfct; 3 Collective Measures; 4. %  nation of (ireek soldiers:; 5. perence of the l'nited States internal affairs of other %  tries; (i Measure! to strength face: 7 Investigation of chargtjerm warfare; 8. Appointof a new Secretary General; |9. United Nations personnel pder normal circumstances, tha Israeli delegation would not be particularly interested in any of these items; although an Israeli representative is rapporteur of been forthcoming yet of genocide, and. as an official here asked: "Why spoil a good case by exaggeration." The Israeli delegation is merely going to draw the attention of the United Nations to what is happening: it is not going to ask for any action. The value of such a move is that it will expose the Soil 100 Tree* For >ai m:ii Fund Pioneer Women, Golda Myerson Club, held a Tu B'shvat celebration early last week at Congregation Beth El. Guest sDeaker was Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Some 100 trees were sold for the Jewish National Fund. Chairman of the evening was Mrs. Sophie Seem in The group met again on Tuesday. February 10th. at Beth El. the Peace Observation Commission ] Soviet bloc and its practises to the and would probably have to make world, a report on the work of this commission when the third item on Collective Measures is considered. That does not mean to say that the delegation would have ignored the Second Part of the Assemblyfar from that, it would have taken part in the discussion and Ambassador Abba S. Eban's contributions to the Korean debate, which is coming up again, have been greatly appreciated. Now, however, the delegation has a much greater concern in the agenda. H would seem that the two best places to raise the question of anti-Semitism behind the Iron CurI tain are Items 5 and 6. Ironicallyenough, both of them were submitted by Soviet satellites presumably for the purpose of Soviet pro paganda Item 5. put in by Czechoslovakia, refers to the United States Mutual Security Act and covers the charges that Jewish or-1 ganizations were being used for espionage as Soviet propaganda have alleged that they were being financed by the MSA. What better place to show up. the hypocrisy of the Soviet peace! campaign than bringing up this question during the consideration of the Polish portmanteau item. Item 6. which is entitled "Measures to avert the threat of a new world war and to strengthen peace and friendship among the na tions." There have been reports here that the Israeli delegation is going to charge the Soviet Union with genocide. Although the situation is serious, no evidence has Tension High TEL AVIV (JTA) — New tensions gripped Israel and Jordan this week as the Arab League invoked its mutual aid treaty with Britain and asked for help in defending her frontiers against the Jews. Premier David Ben -Gurion interrupted a holiday here to attend a special cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. The national touring company, Hen's Israel—1953 Edition, will appear in Miami on Monday evening. February 16th, 8:30 p.m., at Beth David Congregation. The performance will be under the joint auspices of the Miami Zionist District and the Zionist Organization of America. Sidney Sachs, District president, indicated here that the tour is being launched as a good-will affair and stars Israeli and US artists. Featured will be Israeli-born Dina Peskin, star of the RKO-Israel film. Faithful City, the latest beauty to come out of the Holy Land. Still in her teens, Miss Peskin has won wide acclaim for her out%  landing performance in the first full length English language motion picture made in Israel. A vibrant stage personality, she has the distinction of being the youngest member of Israel's national theatre, Habimah. The talented young "sabra" is also an accomplished dancer and eloquently portrays through the medium of the dance the pulsebeat of life in Israel as it is lived today— its trials and tribulations.' its hopes, its dreams and its aspirations. Miss Peskin has come to New York to complete her professional I studies—dancing with Martha Graham and as a two-year scholarship j student at the Neighborhood Playhouse. Also appearing will be Mort | Freeman, accomplished young American baritone and an artist who i has dedicated himself to spreading | the songs and music of Israel. He has been featured as soloist in New York's leading concert halls As a recording artist, he assisted in making the records in bum, Fighting Songs Of Israel, re leased by dation. Dina Peskin Mort Freeman Following a successrui rour of Israel, where he sang in the kibbutzim as well as in the larger cities, Mr. Freeman appeared in an extended engagement at New York's Israel Cafe Habibi. Rounding out the cast of the tour will be Shmuel Fershko, Israeli composer and concert pianist. iioUlen Aaern To Continue Clattttrs The Golden Age Friendship Cub of the Beacn Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, announces that English classes will continue throughout the winter season and spring seasons and that students may enroll at any time. Classes are geared to suit tile individual student, according to the announcement. Instructions are currently given from beginners' level to advance classes. Don Schrager. of the Dade County School system, conducts the class in spelling, diction, letterwriting and reading. Classes are free of charge and held on Monday and Thursare day. 4:30 p.m to 6 p.m.. at the alBeach Branch. 1536 Bay Road. The ...ael. re-| Club also offers Dancing Classes the Israel Music Foun-1 on Sundays at 12 noon, and a Social at 2 p.m. LOOK for this SIGN laustein Will Head AJ immittee In New Term Bl YORK (JTA) — Jacob ptein, who was re-elected prcsI the American Jewish Qoutold the 500 Jewish leader attended the annual meeting (the l'nited States is the real pt of the Kremlin's anti-Semitlolicy. P> openly adopting the viscious Ice of anti-Semitism," he statI'the Red leaders are trying pre extreme neo-Nazi and neo-1 pist groups into an anti Ameri-1 bloc. The insecure Moscow i |ers hope that this tactic will! ftate the American policy of 1'ng a democratic coalition ng enough to thwart Red agpsion." Mm J. McCloy, former US High paissioner to Germany, told [nteetins that the present antiPk drive the Kremlin is stag's an attempt to gain friends, PUy among the Arabs but also '""^ German! that are unnerate He pointed out that %  w orld suffered in 1939. when Nazis made their deal. The Would suffer terribly if it occurred again." N M. Engel. chairman of ,„. c ecuUve r n>mfttee. said T2 USemi,es and racist rab2£T f '"e United SUtes > >ns aid and comfort to the Kl ,n '. he ,a,est Mosco h ** %  Only by recognizing Communist and Fascist strategy," i Engel said, "by condemning antireligious. anti-Semitic and other bigoted appeals and by maintaining the unshakable unity of the | democratic nations can we meet this new totalitarian challenge to world peace and freedom." Cuban Cabinet Denounces Reds I HAVANA (JTA> — The Governj j ment of Cuba has made public a j 1 declaration condemning anti-Jewish propaganda in the countries behind the Iron Curtain and indicating that its representative will raise at the United Nations the question of worldwide denunciation of Moscow's anti-Jewish policy. The declaration was adopted at a meeting of the Cabinet and was issued over the signature of President Fulgencia Batista. It emphasizes that anti-Semitism is contrary to the democratic spirit of free nations and appeals to all demo cratic countries to secure a halt to the anti-Jewish drive in the Communist countries. At the same time, the Jews of Cuba held a meeting in the Jewish center here at which a resolution was adopted protesting Moscow's campaign against Jews. displayed everywhere Demand ISRAEL KOSHER! Get What You Demand! "A Pound of Goodness in Every Ounce" Israel National Kosher Sausage Co,, Inc. 230 N.W. 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PAGE 2 B + le*i*tncri. it habeen announced by bas been set at S5.000. The sum teer workers and as contributors represents an increase over the A social rally and dance will be 1952 Quota, brought about by the increased needs of the local bene. ficiary agencies and costs of continued relief and rehabilitation in !-rael and overseas. Assisting Gale will be a profession;.! advisory committee com"irisid of top social workers, agents directors, and youth educators from the Dade County area. Serving on this group will be Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University ; '<':ami and a member of its faculty; Jerry Carver, director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza. • .:nrt. Zionist Youth Council; Louis Schwartzman direc: the Bureau of Jewish Kduca: tion; Ji %  : G rdon. United Synaj ?ui V ith: and Em in ; %  : Tri pp, | activiti for the Gn I Mian.. Ace rding I tental ': .'.'.: • •;. |ill • %  .-. ite i r '. i"i' ruary, there will %  i trati %  • ividual soliin the offing which will give youth s,,\mour Rubin. I>i\ i-mn chairman here an opportunity to participat. ; .__. ((irps „ f 200 in the campaign, both as volun volumwr w „ rk( r a „„ being Dr. decker Is Hast To CJA Cocktail Party enlisted to cover pledge prospects in the record-breaking campaign, Rubin pointed out that a special : will be made this year to re 100 percent participation by apartment house tenants and owners "An honor roll award plaquewill be mailed this week to ever) apartment house in Greater Miami. Rubin said "This award is made by the Apartment House l tut for 100 percent participation b) manager, residents and owner in the Jewish community campaign." Appointed to head the Apartment House I nit in Miami Beach is Meyer Teigman, veteran campaigner Serving ;ico-chairmen with Teigman will be Daniel Broad. Irving Sch.it/man and i %  m In Miami, Moe Kur man and Harr) .' Miller ar last week. Principal speaker was Or Hen"* On the 8h. at 10 a.m.. J^^'gEj£ rj M Goldman, of Boston, interna-1 mm delegates chosen from each of now in full action in the e-im-nt -. periodontist. visitthe Sunday Schools met in Combined Jewish Appeal cam I le • iring to local dent I here thre. to discuss Israel P ail s n \etinas rr.h,.i -t ih ,, need8, national and ovei enAl an organizational meeting of SS SpeciaJ CJA assemblies will be ""^rf 1 a f u ? '" Md Aaron K held on Sunday. February 15th Sfnev LouHetm.n !" „? .?' SS! ,hr '~ t %  ATjewish £3** serX TLV^ JeWIsh Schools in Greater Miami will ob bined Jewish Appeal Nat v !" WI .tended;* rve CJA School Day at their kur was designated chairman of' were nrs .lur.. M Zini r Howrnorning assemblies on the latter this str. J ard L. wellins. Bertram J. Thorpe, date Rabbi David Shapiro, former He will h. i S man i 1; ; I -"er. chairman of the CJA campaign Ll enlist al C r ',, m ''T' ,0 Ed W %  Grathe State ol Wisconsin will be n merchants Apfd a La d bora[orv V "" am ^^ eXPWtod *-K i*SgZ. !" T l '"" "bsequenti, held a Apfel Laboratory^ I p^ workers meeting in the offices of Arthur Kahn. Assisting in distr.bu | tion of pledge cars were Al Ossip |and Murray Sheldon. Max Orovitz. civic worker and community leader, met with Dr Harold Rand, chairman of the Mi ami Physicians Unit, and Dr Charles Werblow. Miami Beach chairman, when Dade County < Physicians heard outlined plans for coverage of all pledge cards in the Physicians and Surgeons Unit Emil Gould, chairman of the Building Trades Unit, met with Key workers recent K at the Bureau ol Jewish Education and issued final assignments \ -ather fug of the Liquor Division followed in the evening at the home of Marvin fUurin, 1923 South Miami Jv.m. • %  set final plans forthe dus.n |mcin;i||irun(hi held on Sunday. Februan ->.i.| ,, Sam rrT errare "" %  ^, !we\a n re e, s n e R r h aSb< ', CnCalledl,fth <' i muare Services r n it hv r* horn MrS T ^* t irTlfi F eSda> eVeninR WS 3? 17th txe cutive Directors of all agencies and Rabbis of Dade ^nt y w .,, a Uendtoasslgn ^e \ Combined Jewish Appeal Medallion for Leadership jj Women's Division is presented to Mrs. Irvinq Lehmnal by Mrs. Louis Glasser, Women's Division chairman i a :::oeting of the Conference of Jewish Women's Oro lion* at the Saxony Hotel last week. The qroup heart I by Mrs. Jacob Kessslman, of New Jersey and Mrt Brenner Meyers. Miami Hotel Unit, headed by Douglas Raff 'center), mtM the Biscayne Terrace Hotel to launch its drive in behalf Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown receiving their ments are Irving Kipnis (left) and J. J. ShepaiJ inghl). W f V? — ^ -W -WWW ^sw ~ Manqiacluni 8 and Women's Apparel Unit of the l9 bined Jewish Appeal goe 3 into acUon as chair ^ a ( J Serbin (seated left) issues first pledge card to Leonarf^ I man, executive director of the Miami Fashion CoUD j Kurman. Moe HUlman and Sam J. Heiman stand by | assignments. Heiman is general chairman of the cB ^J Division which includes 40 industries, professions and >n the Greater Miami area. Kurman heads the Flying %  trouble shooters unit



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: '_"" %  %  PAGE 4 B J k*j§ykrjdtofL SS4X9?u5T Demand UN Probe Of Color Policie '5 0tf f A 4/YiVa /fiEtf F*a* /ssue Is GLOBAL SHORTS ^cal; Jews Told Not To Interfere Scroll is Discovered In Judea mnican archaeological expendition. it was reported here The rroll. in the Aramatic langua entitled the Testament Of The Tribes This testament was until now known only from its Greek translations. DGAR BERNSTEIN Pel, .'|.hic JERUSALEM (JTA, — A scroll describing Bar Kochba's rebellion against the Romans 1.800 years ago and written in a Hebrew-Assyrian script has been discovered in a portion of the Judean desert now under Jordan rule by a DoI Establish David K. Mies Fund here Mrs Eleanor honorarv chairman ol •\YALTHAM. Mass IWXSI — T he recreation of the David K. Nile* Fund at Brandeis University in h:'nor of the late advisor to Presidents Roosevelt and Truman was announced Roosevelt i the Fund, and chairman is Louis P. Smith. Boston businessman and lifelong friend of the late presidential advisor. VIVO Conference Opens In NYC NEW YORK (JTA — The 27th A.-.nual Conference of YIVO. Yiddish Scientific Institute, opened here with about 2.000 delegates guests in attendance The opening session was devoted primaril) to the presentation of papers on the Jewish catastrophe in Europe, in commemoration ol the tenth anniversary of the uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto. The confer ence lasted four days, during which various aspects of Jewish cultural life were discussed. Czech Agents Kidnap Two Jews VIENNA 'JTA —The Austrian police has charged that Czech agents in Austria kidnapped two Jews, one o: whom was a relative 61 Rudolf Slansky. Czech Communist leader bai ged for "Zionist e.-pionage" and tr. Czechoslovakia The police identified the Austrian relative of Slan sky a* Anton Muehlbacher. The second man. the police say, was a newspaperman named Saklikoxer. a friend of Muehlbacher. Harry Truman Hill Visit .\w State WASHINGTON WNSi — Mrs x '' ra B'eii .fe of the late li President Chaim weizmann. • ared hen folli wing a visit ti UK White H use thai ex President an had told her he was look;• f( rward to visitii [sri i I Am bassador Abba Eban. who accomI Mrs Weizmann to the White House, later told newsmen that Mr. Truman spoke movingly of Dr Weizmann, calling him a sreat ell as a great scientist. JOHANNESBI RG Israel"* recent vote at the United Nations. supporting the Arab teian demand for a UN probe into South Africa's color policies, has be< n received with pained surprise in many quarters hen' Th quarters feel that the sympathy and support which South African Governments has always accorded Zionism translated by the present Union Government into concrete assist anee to the Jewish State should ha\e influenced lien liunon to steer clear ol anj m inst the Unit n initiated I > states which are no less hostile to Israel than are to South Africa. The South African attitude — which, it is %  | %  • nl to realize, ishared b) virtually all sections of the Union's electorate, Govern ment and Opposition alike ithat the country's traditional policy of I racial separation Ix-tween black and white ia domestic issue which the IN is not competent toI investigate Smith Africa was sup %  : in this attitude by Britain.: Erance. Belgium and Australia. The United States held that the IN wa> competent to discusthe issue but did not favour the Arab \ -...•: resolution, voting instead for the Scandinavian "compromise" proposal which called on member states to bring their legislation in her to record an attitude on principle. Nationalist circles feel she could have achieved this by taking the same course as the United States, instead of supporting the anti-South African proposal. This point is in fact made editorially by the leading Cape Town daily, Die Burger, which says: Has the Government of Israel really interpreted public opinion | in the Jewish State? If so. there is i in I-rael a completely unaccountable lack of insight into our problems "A similar lack of insight in re gard to Israel does not exist here. Successive South African governments h3ve always handled the ing Jewish national home accept integratieg with an Arab ma state. Our ap.rtheid Mi L • the sam attl u ^ ma *%S non-European least expected a certain understanding ( ,[ lnis the Israel authorities truui 1 '•' %  ntj hat. Israel supported £ ference, of which the 5* theswa!low,ngupol friendly nation on th* point of Africa. "For South African who also want to be Cita South Africans, there awaT rael a great ta s k which has apparently been glected." Die Transvaler, leadiaj nesurg Nationalist daily a similar view but feels might have been a diffaJ uptti badh. with the greatest sympathy, and, ,tu d of hc Isra *' Gon thej were supported by public ^V*?! be,,cr mlon *i opinion during the last few years !^" tn Afncan Position a* especially by Afrikaans public opinion, which not only in the old hut also m the new history of Israel, saw a lot in common with our own struggle. We mean the Strug le against British imperial ism as well as the heroic exertions towards its own national identity in the midst of an overwheming majority of people of a different type With the partition of Palestine and the establishment of Israel, an apartheid' was at the same time carried into effect which had the n -ult that hundreds of thousands of Arab refugees from the Moscow Seeks Business With Israel ;EL AMY JTA A S iviet Gov ence It was transmitted to the Is Tn'oifrT? h r. offert 1 t0 se rael Government which is studying • poultry feed, it was reported it Meanwhile, major quantities of here las, week. The offer was made chicken are arriving in Te V. I ugh the Israel Committee for markets as chicken farmers at Trr U w r hfr Cn ,n,c r na,ion m P' < nl0Ck their stores before reclnt Moscow 1 ^ ^ ^ ove !" reimposes controls rtcent Moscow economic confer-. on fowl. ftabbis .Murder Spurs Aetion i Years situation Although the pol.ee. following first investigations of the brutal murder, had said that it was not a racial incident, a citizen's group in Roxbury called on the Mayors Committee on Civil Improvement, the body concerned with race relations here, to take action. to line with the principles of theI Jewish area languished in neighl N Charter but did not request a boring Arab States and formed an formal probe of South Africa insoluble internationable problem. While there is some sympathy here We saj this with no reproach. for the view that Israeli's position But Israel owes its existence to the as the Jewish State constrained J refusal of its Jewish citizens to Eve murder of Rabbi Jacob I. Zulowing first investigation ber. in a park in Roxbury, an area cf considerable racial tension, spurred demands for energetic action to curb racist manifestations In the district and for a long-term program to correct a dangerous Freneh Premier Is Rabbi's Son PARIS cWNS—Rene Mayer, the new French Premie., stems from prominent Jewih families both on his maternal and paternal sides His father was Chief Rabbi of Pans, and his mother was a descendant of the famous Rothschild U-M Sketchbook Will Be Televised I l M Sketchbook, the University of Miami's First Annual Yarsity Show, will be telecast on a coastto-coast network hookup following its presentation at the Dade County Auditorium on Friday and Sat urday, March 28th and 29th The show, completely written, produced and staffed by students of the University of Miami, will be presented for the benefit of the Campus Charity Chest. According to a recentlv signed contract, the show will be filmed during the final dress rehearsal at the Dade County Auditorium The sound film will then be edited to, one hours length for television, network presentation. Sketchbook will be one of 13' %  shows to be telecast in the Varsity show series Other major college's' Who's varsity shows will be televised are Columbia. Texas A&M and UCLA The I of If show is under the direction of Jerry Herman, with %  Martin Stone as secretary Arkin is business manager director is Don Sidi r Beach Savings And Loan Group Opens New Branch Office The Miami Beach Federal Sav ings & Loan Association formally opened its new branch building on 71st Street. F.stablished In May. 1950. and housed in rented quarters, the branch moved into its new building at the northwest corner of Harding Avenue. Announcement of the formal oppolitical loyalty to Sontl South "This is certainly a favor of appointing a di representative of the lh rael. preferably an AfrikasevJ could best bring home our, try's point of view to the Jn Israel." The South African Jewish] agrees that it is high & the Union should have a 1 tic representative in 1ST takes exception to Die suggestion that South Zionists should try to exerti tical influence on Israel, "No Jew. whether non-Zionist, would or could I Die Burger's instruction Hei not. because he owes fall uij elusive political allegiance, South Africa only—and he < not because the Israel Gova would rightly tell him to 1 own business and not the affairs of another coonO whom he has no poll Ben-Gurion. the head of tad State, told the much mortf ful American Jewry tbatf politics were the sole of the people and the rael. "Israel's Minister here, Hyman. was as emphatic 1 point when, at a recent i at Bloemfontein. he South Afncan Jews owe ail cal loyalty to Israel, ltafl ening was made by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president. "The building and the stores which adjoin it." said Sam R. Becker, secretary treasurer, "are indicative of our faith in the future of this area." Becker simultaneously released figures showing that the Association had boosted its assets and savings accounts approximately 28 per cent during the past year. only, and mon with all they have ill Israel is a feeling and a common past As far as I can gather, ON ment broadly reflects Soutif can Jewry's opinion. thoogJI Jews here feel far from haiWl Israel voted as she did ant I the view tl-.at she sboaM have abstained or have the Scandinavian comproa*! posal rr Stan Press shown above left to right) are Mrs. Sol Silverman. present c he ttomens Auxiliary; Mr,. Jennie Saperste.n resident of .he Home; and Jin, Kopelowitz, chairman of the Board Jcs, weeL The building, when completed, w,!, SSltlSS y needed faciLties far .he proper ^are of bedr dden wnee! .chair and semi-ambulatory residents at the Home Form M.ili, | Advisory To Klind (iiilfll \iuv s !" N I. Levh repr. See %  incil ol Blind sei with t parent ,„;: %  ; --do, ,,„; Smed,e > i 1(i Kenneth Whit! '"'' %  Medical tdvtaorj Board will meet with. parents Thursday nigh 8 P m at the Ingraham Bu.ld.nV during the weekly CouncilZnio?: :ed counselling >Prvkcf ,, p n ; r of blind children The '.rm,„ t ren and has now iwtlled n ,, ^ Shown above are Rabbi Moee. MescheloH. of BethJgj n g I e % ati n and Robbi M Skop. of the Coral *J Jewish Center. followi~ •*•-1 -"• • c ^resident I secretary-treasurer, re bfnieal Aasociation. R. t jva University. R ab bi Skop attended the Jewish InsW" w 'ing their inauguration as prestf secretary-treasurer. t^mt^TiS'^m Greater" MiamiJjJ :al Aasocicion. Rabbi Mescheloff la a graduate of ^ Re! -gion.



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| A Y. FEBRUARY 13. 1953 ^•UwHtnoridliiciii PAGE 5 B Lists Hear .port On Recent Ionic Meeting | %  vice president of j | h Israel Zlonltt on events at the tern Zionist Ucglistrativ. CommlttM v %  | in Atlanta, accord;.,.' p re d Jonas, acting pres,'„',' [he District. Llnan said that HIP next Rcgh in Miami Beach and that aU will come from Georgia., %  Lee Alabama and South j Ina a< weU as from 11 dis, throughout the state of Flor-, L who is regional memberJ chairman for seven SouthL rr stale of the Zionist OrganL of America, said that the bt anti-Semitic drives by Rusnd her satellites has created Impetus in re-enrollment of I in the ZOA. L Van Stratton. vice presiof the Southeastern Zionist L and treasurer of the local lict then stressed the need Ifjnds for the ZOA to carry V work here. fcmour B. I.iebman. member National Executive of the ,.-l a • i"" president at large i s ii heaftern Zionist Regattention to the fact .. h i had felt that the anixed Zionism no |er existed after Israel attained Ir.depcn lince. "have now real| the error of their thinking. Ins reenactment of the role of jer should come as no surprise hue who are familiar with the tin of Communism. i -" ii "•%  PARKWAY 'MEATS v-PflUtTW XQ Retail KOSHER Wholesale 1255 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0. 6i Shown above (left to right) are newly elected officers of the Uorai Gaoies Jawish Center PTA: tne Mesdames J. Weiss, secretary; Sam Beckman, president; George Balber, vice president; and B. E. Schwarcz, treasurer. Not shown are the following: the Mesdames Victor Reiter, publicity; Robert Schwartz. Room Mother chairman; Charles Rosenberg, hospitality; Jack Fink, program chairman; Alan Bornstein, Bureau of Jewish Education deleaate; Benjamin Sarbey, delegate to teachers' meetings; and Peter Glazer, delegate to the sisterhood Board. 1^.1 0 GUST BROS RVT it the nr.sr' tHneuMHionH Center On The Healthy Child Ethel Grossman, supervisor of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Nursery Schools, announces that the subject for discussion at the last Town Rranch PTA Parent Institute was: The Healthy Child. Participating in the discussion will be Dr. Krna Klass. pediatrician; Dr. Arthur Sokoloff. dentist; and Dr. Margaret Robins, psychologist of the Child Guidance Clinic at the University of Miami. The meeting took place in the main lounge of the QMSCC Town Branch at 450 SW 16th Avenue, on Tuesday evening. ITS SMART TO SEE THE IN MIAMI RES. 21598 — 3-9969 f> Park Ave., N.Y.I 6 f make sure your family and friends in food-short Israel tan enjoy the traditional Seder feast .. am gty &$$&& for $10, $15 or $25, which they can redeem in our Israel gift shops for their choice of ration-free foods. Strictly Kosher for Passover for your choice of fire special Passover parcels, packed from bulk slocks in Israel and ready for Jeltvery. $11.50, $15.50, $20.50 anJ $25.50 ^ „.„ „ yi%it showrooms Of our sul iied agencies every* t*JP*C HELLM AN **a8 r UNULAl CHAFflS. I*. 1743 BAY ROAD NCAA DADI BOULEVARD 58-0323 5-0664 24 HR. AMBULANCE SERVICE NEW YORK CITYl 1532 GRAND CONCOURSE TREMONT 2-4800 Mo. Hcllmon Bertha Hellmon Sedwick Hellmoa Elvin Hellmon Ben Lanier, F.D. "Cerina For Those You Core For" M ^1I MU 6-8160 MIAMI BEACH ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT 420 LINCOLN ROAD — Tel. 5-0346 SIMON SEIDEN 503 S.W. 17th AVENUE — Tel. 82-5410 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Yet so testy that even those not on s*h. free diet love them. Why tolerate flat, tasteless breadstuff* any longer? put flavor into that salt-free diet with STREIT'S UNSALTED MATZOS STREIT'S MATZOS MOM StMIT. M I St saVSMOTOH St "SW TOO*. H.f. Distributed Exclusively By HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N W. 7th AVE. PNONE 9-843* ass N. Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every Sanaay, WMBM, 12 te 2 p.. This program is the first od has At largest listening eedience Feotures the Jewish Philosopher NORMAN R. LYONS. Nowi SH0SHANA SPtCTOR RABBI S. A. RUBIN m *, MADE MESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Tasty os frathly cnur/ieo* eoQnfry butttr...th* rich, Aomemode kind of flavor found only ~~~% on the farm. Available jweer or lightly talted :M4NUMCTb*K ir: Sunny Bhooh tyuumtatt* 9>*> Phone 9-0601 2180 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami, F!a. MADE MESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Israel Exposition See It today at 1604 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI 1EACH Opee Sendey Ihr. Thwsdey. 3 p.-. to 11 p.-u Saturday evening. 7 p... e 11 p.ev Admission 25, lll l ll rf



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PAGE 6 B 9-Jmi§tncridiaiL SE^gBRUAjY Women Added To /hint si Unard Fred Jonas, actin.s president of %  Miami Beach I-rael Zionist District, announced that the Board ol rectors has authorized the addiB of ten women in the area to rve as Honorary Directors. The llesdames Morris Alpert, | Aaron Courshon. Louis Cold. William Altholz. Sydney Pfuerberg. v enr> Liehman. Harry Ma.aid. Har' %  Piatoff. Minaii Press, Raymond in, M..\ Weitz and Irving Vies n I...-, been selected to serve Miracle Club Winner Aiferd Lesser center embarks on a • r function will be to give [hiee-day cruise to Nassau, his prize for scorinc hiahest in the e and counsel and to provide Miami Beach Chamber cl Commerce membership drive. His is for greater activity 0! David head c{ Allied Tiavel SerV!Ce riah sees him off : in^otla,, Ho= 3 ?* Buddy Austin of the S. S. Nuevo Dominicano which r the new directorJonas make> ,he CIUJse !rom ;his area spoke on the role the women had ed in advancing American and in furtl problem for the %  n ill be the annual d ATTENTION O R G A N I Z ATTO\,. New Building Available) For Meetings J5 S WEST MIAMI MASONIC LODGE 1C7£ Sw x,^"*! Con.pltttly A,r Conditioned Comfortabv u' ^ v EtUl Kitchen F.cilit.et Th tr, i,,,,^ FOR INFORMATION CALL 4-4013, 4.5747 92-8700 PREPARED COHHtL1LV BV YOUR INCOME TAX J. E. MARQHA FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART '• N.W. J OPr NOAM TO MIAMI HEALTH FOOD CENTRE YOUR UPTOWN CROSSTOWN HEALTH ronn ,u. Diabetic. Slenderizing, and Salt-Fr. P Food, SHOp Scrvmo ycu in Natural Health Foodi. Food SuDni.m.ni. u cenonei. Fine SUmit.. Steel Ooa-.n %  Bed 1212 N.W. 79th STREET, MIAMI 38, FLORID. M I l.-i.n n.r.rt, r LU ID Margaret M. Ehriine, Director h I-rael 7 3,i<'lMr Arrives In Miami To View IZFA Chapter Shen 'tltpion, T.d %  %  the Intel -tMiami today to do % %  rtabbl JoseDh I}. Rackovslrr 945 Michigan Avenue Miami Beech Phone 5-3595 • %  h M am' B'ncK B* ith Women Valentine Dance %  en Sunda .. • 1 of the Hot! I "• :. .In chai •ai • %  •<• ".: %  •1. Hermeetii > S v .. %  \ tiapl H< eet with h i omnday, he will ttend M IZFA picnic an I a %  the Hillel -' While in Miami, Lieber will meet with Marvin G l( nl 1 I 12 Low enstein, la Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer oi Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Condie. 23 N. E. 74th Street p hone ^ Miami Convalescent Home ': the EideI. 24-Hour Nursing S*r vice Special Det Strictly Ou-vtd. me. LEO ALLEN. D'rpctor S W. "2th Avenue Phonet ?-64'7 Una 90278 I WANT MY MILK Bridge, Canasta Tourney %  %  red by the M ib ol remple %  rluh '• Id on Wedm Estab. 19it4 18th 8 p.m in K B. Ni Trophi, awarded al thai I rding to Jei me I %  -\ %  Frei h '/% ca INSURED SAVINGS Frt 1 fun bow porting at Miami Parking Garage, 224 S. Miami Ave m Bonk by Mail at tha And Be Swre m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "IT MUk "Milk Producta" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at Knd of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek A j Industrial SAYINGS BANK Savlnei inmnM to LIONAKD L ABESS, •re.itfoaf *o W. Fhagler St. lei na t,n. Let Core. Opp. Coertheeee k The S. W. 2nd Ave. at S. W. 1st St ... A Downtown Location, Close to Everything! Nicely Appointed Rooms. Air-conditioned Rooms ore Optional. Bonquet Rooms and Sample Roo COMO DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Servict Beautiful Hors D'oeuvrMade to Order ^^ Rental of ^£S VEBWARE rao^'^-"P. RICHARDSON Insulation Pirbrkk Tanki Trap* and Rtgvlmt 1U1 So. Alhambra Circle Wacehouae: 1017 N. w. 22ndSbatl Phone J7-SS86 Phoa. Ki STA1 of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK A JtWISH CAKDIN Of tJltNAl P f ACE Bernard E Supworth, I'n 58th ST. 4 PALMETTO ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI PH. 67-364* I Reasonable Prices Terms May Be Arranjed if ton. GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS Miami 710 S.W. 12th AVE. Phone 3-3431 Miami Heart 1333 DADE BLV& Phone 5-7677 24-Hour Ambulance Service B. W. BENNETT. Funeral Directc TONIGHT NW RACI •'00 P. M. N 0 MIN0J AUOWtf MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB MTRIMf SOUTH INP QP COUIN9 AVk



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FEBRUARYjTW + k~if the snatchkidnapping <>f children to Idem awaj to distant points |thr\ could be enrolled in schooland indoctrinated %  ommunism. His group has over 300 children and kt them to the I'nited States, Kng in the report made by I Karpen here. ny Eastern European Jews i to escape are sending their fcn In the nearest Western fcr with notes pinned to their asking Western Jews to br them" Jmakc war against children". lued Rabbi Karpen, "is the true I "f the latest Soviet anMembers of the Congregation Beth Jacob Founders Day Committee are (left to -ight) rlabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader; Morris B. Frank, president; Leo Meyer, chairman ol tha Souvenir Journal; William Mechlowitz, vice president; Joseph Cohen, ticket chairman; and Aaron Lerner, general chairman. \<>ir Meeting Hail Open* Miami organizations may now use a new building for their meettings. The West Miami Masonic Lodge on SW 67th Avenue between 10th and 11th Street, has been offering its facilities to groups here since December 1st. A one-story build ing, it is fully air conditioned and contains fixed, self-rising theater seats. It was designed and planned by Milton Sachs. Casimir F. Dostal was general foreman, and Charles Cherry planned the decor. Chair man of the Finance Committee was Benjamin Flink, Worshipful Mas tcr. Information may be obtained at 4-6013, 4-5747 and 82-8700. Caravan Presents Judamam* Plant r J t?i Camp Tree Dramatic Stars A Theatrical Caravan, celebrat ing the 40th anniversary of Far band, presented a program of In Honor of Tu B'Shvat, theYoung Judaeans of South Florida, planted a tree at the annual pre senior conclave held in Camp Darom, Kendall. Chosen to plant the tree .vere KsU'lle Robin and Lois Rich. Winers of the extemporaneous Bpea ing contest. Estelle is a member of the Maccabians Young Judaea group which meets at the Tifereth Israel N i side Jewish (enter. She haa member of Young Judaea for t! past two years. Leader oi group is Mrs. Hilda Schwartzber, Lois is a member of the sheba Young Judaea group in H lywood, Florida, under the I ship of Bernice Hourwitz. Worth UaAe Lists Activities The sisterhood of the North Dade Jewish Center sponsored a White Elephant and Rummage Sale at Shells Super Market early this week, with Mrs. Martic Schumann as chairman. The Great Books Adult Education program continues to meet at the Center, 13630 West Dixie Highway, every other Thursday, 8 p.m. Bonus and Harris drama, songs and comedy on Sunday evening, February 8th, 8 p.m.. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. Featured were such faced personalities of the Yiddish. English and Israeli stage as Jacob Ben Ami, Ben Bonus, Berta Gersten. Al Harris. Ahuva Tsadok and Nachum Nardi. ksic Month Highlights Jewish Artists ROBERT STRASSBURG Composers, conductors and in%  civilization where material values I strumcntalists of peerless calibre, hold sway. But remove them from utive Secretary, Jewish Music reprcsC nt the 20th Chassidism in society, and the spiritual forces Council of (ireater Miami) ksical activity and love of have been the common ^?e of the Jewish people at period and in every country. rds of all ages show how Jewlife from the cradle to the is interwoven with music. Iholds true even in our Amer1 culture where countless inI through television, radio and fm pictures tend to vitiate and eiken those inner sources of 'tion that gave rise to the lar and religious melodies r* 1 forefathers. *ish Kenhiv however, has to ttf extent absorbed and reflated these new values in Ll manner that the vitality of %  expression has not been Thus Ernest Block, in his tone poem Shelomo, uses to [advantage the great modern tra and the modern harldiom. 1 J*zz rhythms of America ap"i Bernstein's Jeremiah symm an elevated manner. The %  OX chant of the synagogue t way into the folk-like of George Gershwin in his anding Porgy And Bess. may ask where have the PUa of the 18th century disre r d J Where are the men i-od-inspired melodies have a source of j„ y ,„ us down M present? The answer is that IZt PPewed in a ncw ui f 1 century they come to instrumental and creative Menuhin. Elman, Hei n7 W u Rubins t*in. Bloch, ? nd Helfman, '•** others. represent their love of music in their ability to inspire mankind with great music-making. The thinkers, dreamers and creators, it is true, sit very low in the economic scale of things in a that are at work to promote Jewish and American cultural values would leave a barren, melancholy the National Jewish Music Council and its representative, the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami, of the richness of our musi cal heritage. Their efforts show us wasteland for mankind to dwell in. j that here and in Israel a real reEach year, for a brief span of I — : i„...:.u -..._:_ :. :_ .i.one month, we are reminded by %  uses Foas and naissance of Jewish music is in the making, stimulated by the rebirth of Israel as a nation. This year again by press, radio and the concert hall, the Jewish Music Council will bring to our ears those vital musical expressions that we may well be proud of. There will be programs of sacred liturgical music drawn from the wealth of material written for the synagogue, as well as programs of secular art music having Jewish character or based upon Jewish thematic material. Vocal music, dramatic music, folk music, songs of the working classes, music for children and orchestral and instrumental music will be heard, giving us a fleeting idea of the range of expression of the Jewish people. The Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami, recognizing the im portance of music in the culture of our people, aims to enrich Amer ican Jewish life in Miami by promoting the performance of and participation in Jewish music. Likewise they will offer the com inanity information and advice concerning Jewish musical re sources, and. most important of all, they desire to encourage and stimulate the desire for Jewish music on a year around basis. By doing so, they hope to give | Jewish music dignity and status in the Jewish and general culture of j America, enriching our own lives I and those of our neighbors. Philco Distributors Open New Quarters Hojsehold Appliance Distribu tors, Inc., largest Philco distribu' nation, began operating out of its new quarters at o"K: NE Fourth Court on Tuesday. The new CO pany home will house the c plete staff, a dis play room lor alt Philco dealers, and a partpartment. Officr>MMi eg jn lh „ buUd ing will be air conditioned. Ted Pritikin. president of the concern, reported that his company has been recognized as having sold more Philco products over the last four years than any other who! sale distributor in the country. The new parts department will carry everything needed for any Philco product. The ncw building also will have warehouse facilities to stock a full line of television, refrigerators, a i r conditioners, ranges and radios. Joseph H. Silversmith, insur ance executive and philan thropist. has been elected president of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, nonsectarian tuberculosis institution. The new president has been a member of the Hospital's Board of Trustees for the past 12 years.



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PAGE 8 B +£&gJ&*to!L .tfWMfi f^EjIKjAfty HARRY C. SCHWEBKE AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS 4119 N.W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-2441 and 84-1481 Semina^Closes Conference Session; Dr. Finkelstein Urges Spiritual Revival _. __ll I Mmm m Miami GREETINGS Een W. Silverman and Miliord S. Purcel of COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO., INC. 3120 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-1766 Wholesale Plumbing Fixtures Biiggs Beauty were Plumbing Fixtures — Eljer Plumbing Fixtures The Jewish TheoloRical Semin arv of America wound up its an nu'al midwinter conference here last Sunday evening with a banquet at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Seminarv. warned in a major address mat America li Wlin to recognize Its democratic foundation and the intimate relation Jt holds with the Sc.ipiurei "Our democracy had its origin not in the life of pagan Greece, the Rabbi said, "but in the reug• ings of the Prophets He emphasized that the root of Best Wishes To All For A Hcppy Brotherhood Week NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY K'JNTINGTON MEDICAL BLDG. Main Office PHONE 2-7624 Branches: Fort Lcuderdale. Miami Beach Daniel *SS American democrac> must not be viewed aa form of government, alone, but as a way of life Calling attention to the fact that the indigent peoples of the world onlyregarded the IS as a "rich uncle". Dr Finkelstein called for a spiritual revival reflecting the nation's Biblical sources. We must work toward a way of life.' he said, "which makes for a greater degree of teamwork in I industry than has ever been achiev%  ed before, that is reflected in our federal system, in our hunger forj a unified and equal mankind, in < our Point Four Program and in our Good Neighbor Policy." The Rabbi indicated that the naiKii s leaders were only unconsciously motivated by spiritual impulses as expressed in its governmental processes and in its current policies, aimed at strengthenweakened F.urope against the Inroadi of Communism and added: • These secret' spiritual impulses must be brought to the fore so that our belief in human dignity and human equality is a real thing to our needy brothers and that an attack on America virtually beComeJ an attack on all mankind." Speaking to more than 350 guests at the banquet. Dr Finkelstein expressed the opinion that there is confusion in a great part of the world regarding the meaning of democracy. "Totalitarian ism and tyranny." he said, "are able to masquerade as democracies because of our failure to recognize the intimate relation between democracy and its Scriptur al origins At the closing session, a resolution, read by Daniel G. Ross, was read and adopted It called for citizens to rededicate themselves to the cause of human freedom. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and conference co-chairman, anounced plans for the semOr. tou,s Fiakelttaii inary's jubilee observe at dessert I on Wednesday at the homeij Alexander Kogan, chairman,] Royal Palm Avenue Mrs. Kogan presided and i duced the participants. Leading the symposia Dr. Syvil Marquit. psyc Participating on the pane! a 1 ] ents were Mrs Morris A. I Mrs. David Shapiro, Coa Harold Turk and Alex Ms.} Dr. Marquit is a diplomataj ical Psychology of the Board of Examiners in I Psychology, and a fellow i\ American Psychological tion. At the present tiatl Chief Psychologist of tat' ans A d m inistration, Office Mental Hygiene Miami • %  Mrs. Sidney RubinotiO, | dent of the Hebrew Women, introduced M the proposed Gift Shop WI tablished in the lobby of theJ emy Building and ouuiiei of the Rummage Sale to be I the near future. Mrs. Joseph Zemel. chairman, reproted on the I 1 ress of the Library Commit* mm HEALTH"" Mom.Maanti %  < %  MA ~* MUM w PHONE 84-2421 T I TRI-CITY Tile Company GREETINGS MILONE PLASTERING COMPANY 7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue PHONE 84-704 1 ABBOTT ELEPTB^l RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STOW* Wiring *<**" Alterations of All K**j MOO North MiaaA* PHONE 3-< 882 N.E. 79th Street Miami 38. Florida TO ALL : BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. l.t Street BREAKFAST LUNCHFOM LUNCHEON DINNER Mu-ic Air Conditioned 1 A .M. to 2 AM. Closed Sunday Ph. 2-4733 VOGUE Laundry and PHONE 5-74* The Best For]*; Office and M 1425 20th SW. MIAMI BEAj



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reBRUARYj^-^-"v^ w i M > rsp< m m; PAGE 9 B >mmittee Reports On jsh Population fyORK-The total Jewish L of the world u 11,558,thich approximately 2,500, [trapped behind the Iron it i s reported in the _, Jewish Year Book. 1953 [published by the Amen-; Lh Committee, fcuted by the Jewish Pubfsociety. the 627-page rec\ en ts and trends in Amer-, | world Jewish life is the; Lai volume of the Year vies. r ea r Book states that 50.5 of the Jewish population. I of 5,833.030. reside in jd South America. The in report discloses that, as of mass migration, the ...pulation f Israel during 'aled 1.425.000. or more per cent oi the total Jew-' ,lation f the world. By Germany, which once had population of 600,000. a Jewish of only 23.000. jgest Jewish population is Inited States where 5.000,reside There are 450.000 „|. 235.000 in France. 360,,rgentin;. and 120,000 Bra ists On km Of Air MOMMescheloff, presi|he Greater Miami Rabbin%  ociation. was moderator featured program on Simins Jewish Forum of the (Sunday %  Greater Miami Zionist Commission presented its ommission will present its Investment In The FuIrry Son/, chairman of the (youth i ommission, intropdy Shapiro, who discussed. 1*1 Has Given To Me. Oka. president of Masni Beach Young Adult Zifistrict. brought greetings Zionist Organization of and Mrs Gerald Soltz. [president of the Southern M Junior Hadassah, repreladassah. Joodman former chairman ral commision and a memhc Board of the Southern Commission, evaluated IANTY TITLE & iTRACT CORP. 7at Flagler Sine* RHOOD UNGS trick Crook I Latest in Business Machines JN.W. 36th STREET IPHONE 2-5650 TINGS 'ANSON'S F Delicatessen l* — Fsncy Groceri.i }• and Win* NONE M-SIIO f*CE DE LEON BLVD. "'GABLES. FLORIDA J Swanson, Owner H* TO ALL GREETINGS llWl\(i; LUMBER CO. F. H. A. FINANCING 667 N.W. 14th Street Miami 1. Floridc PHONE 3-3663 GREETINGS TO ALL HIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS BANK A full tuition scholarship has been established at Brandeis University in the name of the Catholic Youth Organization. The scholarship was established by Bishop Bernard Sheil (left), of Chicago, founder of the organization in 1931. It will be awarded to a needy student of outstanding academic potential. President Abraham L. Sachar (right? declared. "A Friendly Bank" (Member ol F.D.I.C, 101 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH. FLORIDA Telephone 88-8431 Literary Creativity Is Aired By Rabbi Literary creativity in American j Jewish life was the theme of a lecture by Rabbi Morris Skop at I the Big Ten Forum of Temple Beth i Sholom on Wednesday evening. Rabbi Skop is spiritual leader of j the Coral Gables Jewish Center' and holds the post of secretary; both in the Florida State and the Greater Miami Rabbinical Associations. Habbi \arot Athlrvssvs Forum Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of Temple Israel, was guest speaker on Saturday afternoon, 3 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham %  Wolfson, 11th Street and Ocean Court. Dr Narot's topic is: Life Is With People. MIAMI BEACH FIRST VATIOV \l. BANK 1651 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 382 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables — Phone 83-5213 •nd 3365 S. W. 3rd Avenue — Phone 9-7651 TO ALL B ROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SAMUEL DUNST MORRIS BENGIS thr Of Sf Tropicalites Cold Cathode Lighting NEON SIGNS 144 N. W. 54th STREET MAINTENANCE PHONE 78-8711 GREETINGS TO ALL TINGLE PAINT CO. PHONE 4* .W. FIRST ST. MIAMI. fLA. To All Our Friends and Patrons BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS w. a. FICHT General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILROAD BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TROUP BROS. INC. ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS PAVING. GRADING. CLEARING. EXCAVATING AND SCARIFYING PHONE 67-2541 251 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY Mailing Address: P. O. Box 168. Miami 32. Fla. TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DE BOLIAC CO. 440 N.W. 29th Street Phone 82-3641 Truck Service and Equipment — Garwood Sales and Servi:e FLEET MAINTENANCE — STEEL FABRICATION GREETINGS TO ALL SAM SLATKO WEST GATE LIQUOR STORE Choice Wines and Liquors 3124 N.W. 79th STREET PHONE 7-9428 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS W. G. Welbon Properties Service Through the Years 129 S.W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-0226 GREETINGS Victor Bidone Restaurant FRENCH & ITALIAN CUISINE 1334 18th Street Reservations Call 5-9161 GREETINGS TO ALL L. €. MORRIS PAVING CONSTRUCTION 251 N. W. 72nd STREET PHONE 7t-0SSl



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PAGE 10 B 9-Jmi*tBnJ^CFJUDAY, Our Film Folk By LEON GUTTER MAN (Copj. i | \ Inc. J >chior's biography for publication by Henry Holt Adolph Zukor. Paramount Picture's Board chair HOLLYWOOD Eddie Cantor man. is preparing his autobw.rawas dissuaded from doing his first phy for fall publication 1 Sundav night TV Comedy Hour unStOTJ will til Jan. 11th. but as evidence of his excellent progress the corned ian expects to record all the numbers of the Eddie Cantor Story at Warner Brothers within the next week ... The Jewish Theatrical Guild will give a be a history of motion pictures and rcmir f ,ne 80NO TO SHARE Tff TUfifl v notables with whom the mdustrj pioneer has been associated The same teair Moaa Hart, writer, and Charles Vidor. director, who did Hans Christian Anderson. the Danny Ka>e film for Samuel :c-:imonial dinGoldwvn, will script and direct the r.er for Soohie Tucker on her Goldmusical remake of A Star Is Horn en Jubilee on Oct. 4. 1953. in New • (or Warner Brothers Harold Arlen York This will mark Sophs 50th is doing the tonga • vear in show business At the Sensational box office return> request of Cinerama Board Chairbeing chalked up on the west coast nan Louis B. Maver former head bv writerdirector-producer Modeh Ani of MC.M San Francisco multi-millionaire realtor Louis Lune will take an active role, including a financial participation, in the three-dimension illusion film outfit. Lurie and Mayer are long-time friends. When Lurie headed the syndicate looking to buy out control of Wa >'*•"• he had in min ; I bring in U :f the deal were to materialize The US Navj ley Ki • ''d on a treatmc nt script -. %  .• selling K assist fron J r f 1 I • th( Sew $ been associated in I -.. authors! | [severs way shows The multi-mil liar F -1 Foundation looms Jthe No 1 angel for educational television Columbia records is releasing six Bennj G In an I ng-play diskin a set which will retail for about S4 3 The set v. ill be called the Ben ry Goodman Anthology Norman Corwin's I 1 "Ir; The Skj to be published Simon & week Stephen Longstreet n til I Arch Oboler's B'wana Devil, the tn dimension film in the Natural Vision process, has prompted IS key theatre chains to book the picture despite the mixed critical reception This new process calls for the use of special Polaroid cardboard specs on an advanced ad... n -Unlike Cinerama, which calls for extensive theatre • the Natural Vision process can be installed at lov ( si racked up b) MGM nt Qu Vadis led b> : % %  -• 5U< eessi Hi LeRoy. 1 .-. ... filn surpass %  all tl nil Directoi applau Menuhin. pianist sister of li. although retired from the si nal concert stag) is curiienefit concertin tral Richard Rogers and Hammerstein 2nd. were the •." ints last week at a dinner in their h inor given by the Joint Defense Appeal. I pvt lhanki unto Thee, O living and eternal Kin?, Who hast restored my soul unto me m MMR Great is Thy faithfulness. Slowly, with majesty •TO** •TBWi iM ,\P Jdi... a-ni M ha. Me-Uh ftai V-ka-yam She-heV l^g^W Young Judaeans Conclude Jax Conclave; Set Basketball Tourney By special arrangement with the United Synagogue of America, the American lewukl the feature and news service of the American Association Of English-Jewish Newspapmj Cited for their contributions to w jth syndicates Songs To Share by Rose B. Goldstein. The piano settings are by Reuwl koL'. The illustrations are by E. Schloss. This song is part of the book. Songs To Share Matnat Shir — published by i\ Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education. (Copies of the complete book of 24 saONJ be purchased from the United Synagogue Commission. 3080 Broadway. New York 27. r In her preface to Songs To Share, the author calls attention to the fact that "reli have always found support in Song"; that "they chanted their prayers, sang their, and intoned their studies." Some of the melodies in her book are of her own comp the theatre, the composer and li" -t were presented with Mary Martin Proceeds of the dinner wcr.t to the AmerThe Southern Regi • I \ ea will be repre.-ented in the National Basket irnament by the Nashville Y .:. ,'udaea Senior Chapter a: I n suit of hav.von the Southern championship at the recent Sixth Annual Winter Conclave held from December 25th through 29th. at Jacksonville Beach. Florida The team, composed of Alvin Zager. Stanley Magrill. George item. Melvin Goldman and Max Pollock, will vie against the win ners of the Texas-Oklahoma-Louis iana Region at the national play off to be held in late summer Other contest winners at the Jackie Beach four-day conference included Tamra Mamcb hemoff. Judy Phillips and Roberta Scherer. of Miami and Miami Beach, in the Girls' Shuffleboard category No definite site for the Annual Summer Camp Convention was selected, but the possibility of extending the event for a week-long i period was referred to the Exec utive Committee empowered to select the site Among adult staff members at the Conclave were Gil Rappaport. ,chez. assi tan! tor; Miriam berg. Miami city din Mrs Henrj S Young Judaea chairman. Miami, and Elean or Goodman, Miami, chairman of Regional Leaders' Council Present at the Convention from the Greater Miami area were Alan Goldberg. Dolores Chernoff. Judy PhillipKelvin Sachs. Barbara Raibc-r. Carole Lateinea, Allita Hoffman. Roberta Scherer. Harriet Solloway. Ronald Askowitz. Jack Becker Liz Simkowttz. Judy Shapiro. Harriet Mandell. Harold Klapper. Joe Murray. Tamra MamWeaver i Says... Our telephone receptionist tells me that she has had quite a numj I ber of calls recently by women who | said they had been told that the eligible age for women was now GO years instead of 65 as in the i past S<" I i I am at a complete loss to understand why these rumors should be going the rounds at this time. That issue was settled back in 1950.' when Congress nude several changes in the Social Security Act The) went into the question very seriously and finally came up with the answer that the age for women to qualify for monthly benefits un-1 der old ..\ge and Survivors Insur-' ance should be the same as men— 65 : Pictured above are the 150 Southern Judaeans and their leadera at JacksonriH. R^.K ina the Sixth Annual Winter r/mrlmi. TV. !" Jacksonville Beach attend. ing the Sixth Annual Winter Conclave. The group represents 30 Sen^r i Georgia. South Carolina. North Carolina. Ten nessi. TE^JTfiSS*? *? F Bri ^ daea is sponsored by the Southern Zionist Youth Commission which k th !" j£S ,U ", youth agency of Southeastern ZOA and Southern. Innl %  %  „ ^XM*. ^TTf During the hearings before both the House Ways and Means Comtee and the Senate Finance omnuttee representatives of marry women's organizations presented their view., Some, of course, were i in favor of the reduced age but I the majority it seems argued for the same treatment accorded the men Result the qualifying age reI mained at 85 years I wish I could tell the dear ladies that it had been changed but 1 cant It always makes me feel I good all over when I can tell them something of advantage to them— land it hurts all over. too. when 1 leant. Chaplain Gaison who served on U fronts of Korea, has W ignated as the the 1952 Armed ward of the Union dox Jewish Cong America, it by Max J. Etra. the Union. The was made at M ural Meeting o* dox Union week at Co hilath York City. man, now folk. 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F rRRUAR Y 13, 1953 k**lstfk)rk1lnri PAGE 11 B MADE Published bcloie ., another In a series of les be published weekly by The Jewish Flondian. T providing the fundamental* <>/ the language as it book, Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss ShOMhaitB Spec ami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will ap radio station WMBM on Sundays at 12 noon. Ent ducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob will provide the visual aid necessary to partici sons in modern conversational Hebrew which will he complete series constitutes a course aimed at is now spoken in Israel and is based on a texttor, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mipear here in conjunction frith a program over itled. Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is conSchachter's Jewish Hour. The Jewish Florid:an pate in the course. [entertainers Molly Picon (left) and Jan Bart visit the xposition, 1604 Washinqton Avenue, and are introi a large crowd. They are shown with Israeli hostess rmani who conducted them on a tour of the exhibit ontains more than 1,100 items produced, manufacturlussembled in Israel. >t Jews In ,Bort Says [position han 700.000 Jews have py removed from Russia, famed entertainer, recently when he and Molly I a visit to the Israel Ex1604 Washington Avenue, fech I out of very three Jews PR ii imprisoned in coni camps and every effort fcem from their misery lade as soon as possible, •ed. % 'bed the sale of State of Ids as the greatest key kt present to unlock the tin. and Molly Picon paid [the magnificent Exposi"displays so magnificat is being developed in |*ay in Israel. pn 1,100 items manufactured, produced or assembled in Israel form the exciting economic panorama of progress that is on display. The Exposition is open from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, closed Friday and open Saturday night from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Admission is 25 cents per person. Thousands of tourists have already visited the amazing display. Some have even written in on their return to their home towns declaring how inspired their visit was during their Miami Beach Holiday. Members of the Miami Beach Clergy, the Greater Miami Clergy, local organizations, have all made visits to the Exposition. A fully trained Israeli hostess is constantly in attendance to escort people through the Exposition and answer questions on Israel. Joseph Cherner is chairman of the Israel Exposition Committee and has urged all to attend the interesting display. Milk? Perhaps buttermilk? tfa-lav? 'U-lai huv-jah? Or curdled milk? Schav? O ha-lav na-mu?? Hamziz? Please, waiter, what (kind ot Mel-zar, be-vak-ka shah mah drink) is •Lebben? zeh lebben}' Oh! lebben? That is a kind 'Ah! lebben? Zeh min ha of milk that is exceptional lav yo-ze' min ha-ke-lal Only in the State of Israel Rak bim-di-nat Yis-ra'-el do we eat or drink it! 'och-lim 'o sho-tim 'o-to! O.K. Then give me lebben Tov. Ten li lebben* You are right; it is very tasty Be'e-met zn-dak-ta, zeh ta'im How about dessert? Mah be-no-ge-a' le-farp-p !" v... T, There is stewed fruit Yesh le-ied Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company. New York City. Persons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector, care of The Jewish Floridian and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50. Sadye G. Rose 2113 CORAL WAY Phone 48-0781 fARD A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL AIR CONDITION/^ Own Parking Facilifiei Adjoining The Chapel %  L m, pr pini M Greeting Cards for All Occasions Stationery Napkini and Matches Plain oi Pel Si.n.tlizocl Paper Table Covers and Towels Gift Wrapping and Ribbons Toys and Party Favors School Supplies Gifts \\v IPMUMUM in fast service for announct'tnt-nt.s and Invitations Engraved Thermographed Printed THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi ^Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10 to 11 A.MPALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS (LfiE MIAM BEACH'S FINEST AND ^GEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 5-2100 or 5-5844 p fAMFRroi 2 *-HOUR SERVICE r tK c A S MOST BEAUTIFUL FUNERAL HOMES *WON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH • w HEARD. Fun. !" Director


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PAGE 12 B *J; the • the Florida Chaptor .>i NCCJ. with I>r Jai ob H Cunningham, direcl %  •• Ford will dine: the Mat ial Gifts Campaign I >r 1 MS3 \ purely fun> ihriv citizens >>f <;i ater Miami who have made out standing contributions in the field oi human and intergroup relations dm ng thf pas! year will also be on sented at that time. Cutler Named To Head Tropical Lod^e :. ading Tropical Lodge No 17 3 B nai B'rith is \ Bu 'JTih yi existence." Lesowoder. who ivie president of the group here, -.ill In explaining the current drive for members, he indicated that i stitute found itorigin in S I Poland, and that itrare lil>rar\ oi manuscriptand book> u.iplundered during the .>r in thi S -RelHirn again in New York City. the library now numbersome 250 000 volumeThe chair:-'..: orated upon the United StateArmv's role in recapturing tl lection ami giving it back to VIVO officials During the | I years the Viddi-h Scientific Institute has irlj workon historj and philosophj It also pub];.he. %  'hi:, bulletin on soph) and a:: annual ,.| Jew ish • nee in El Hol'and To Fby Major Role InSpecial G DrWi %  %  %  M ch 10th Thi i:ne.1 %  • %  rurrenl bud %  will The function ia late rta ,. • (hi cele' iti m • %  %  Nati ma' B^therh I Week, Feh man 15th through 22nd. and will be one of the highlights of the 1953 Silver Jubilee Year of the National Conference of Christians anil Jews Holland will work closel> with Ford, director ol the Special Gifts Campaign He also assisted in the 1952 campaign to "Main $10,000 f or t| | la Chapteropera Other CMC lea lers here active in ide G. T Baker S B lames 1 Keller .Ir. John s Knieht John < %  M.K.o. John Morns Sam Murray, Un Or ovitz. Jacob s ; TO imai W Skirtner I harles F Richard B son, Lindsaj Hopkins, Ji Cherner ai I M ti bell Wolfs n WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WALKER CASKET COMPANY Brotherhood J91. II. Shaddiek REALTOR Fr'es Property Mcr.aqcmer/ Mortgage Loans Phone 48-2591 CORAL GABLES A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-5373 MIAMI. FLORIDA rHERHOOD NGS Henry E. Mangels Company Distributors for Svhlitz "The Beer that made Milwaukee Famous" 122 N.E. 11th St. Phone 3-8311 GREETINGS II All I II III ISM ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL 154 NX 13th St. 3-1369 535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3639 ilvnt Wishvs iratti Dairy Queen Stores M a \ M a The i onv with thv Vurl on Top" BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Garri YOUR REPUBLICAN LEADEP.S TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETlNttf .!. Houston . INSURANCE


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Miami Plans Celebration Of National
Brotherhood Week On February 15th
National Brotherhood Week Will and justice shall become the stand-
be marked by Greater Miami start ards of human relationships "
! inK on Sunday, February 15th, and Indicating that each bit of proa-
w.l run through the 22nd ress clears the path for additional
The year which has just passed progress, he said that in 1953 "we
has been a particularly progressive hope to make the objectives of
one for the Florida Chapter of the NCCJ even more well known and
National Conference of Christians understood "
and Jews." according to Dr. Jacob, Meanwhile, it was announced
H. Cunningham, Florida Chapter that a move has been made to give
d'x^r .k assistance to the three co-chairmen
NCCJ is the sponsoring organ- of the Florida Chapter. The move
ization of National Brotherhood was explained by an expanding pro
Week, and the Florida Chapter will gram of services and the need lo
organize and implement a program remove some of the administrative
, geared toward carrying out the'duties from an alreadv overwork
theme here of better human rela- ed co-chairmanship.
' Xio Dr. H. Franklin Williams. George
| Dr. Cunningham said this week Chertkof and Roscoe Brunstetter
that through the cooperation of will be joined by a newly created
members of the local chapter and Board of Directors to share the
the Committees on Religious, Com- added burdens of complex pro-
; munity and Educational organiza- jects in the mass media arid com
| tions. as well as Labor-Manage- munity fields. Selection of the new
, ment, Mass Communications and Board was made from civic lead-
Finance, "the cause of World ers here now serving on the six
Brotherhood has been advanced a Program Committees,
great deal throughout- the state." i It was also announced that the
"We are striving to promote jus-' group's new name, Florida Chap
tice, amity, understanding and co- ter, takes the place of the Miami
operation among Protestants, Cath Round Table, "since the old name
: olics and Jews," Dr. Cunningham did not correctly indicate the scope
said, 'with a view to the estab-, of the Florida Chapter which
, lishment of a social order in which serves the whole state and not just
j the religious ideals of brotherhood the Greater Miami area."
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Local Groups To Join
NCCJ Silver Jubilee;
The year 1953 will mark the 25th
anniversary of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
Serving on the Silver Jubilee Ex-
ecutive Committee are Thomas E.
Braniff. president of Braniff Inter-
national Airways; Benson Ford,
vice president of the Ford Motor
Company; and Roger W. Straus,
chairman of the American Smelt-
ing and Refining Company.
The Executive Committee will
have the responsibility of advanc
ing the Conference program in all
fields of community life. General
Chairman is Straus, with Braniff
acting as extension chairman and
Ford in charge of the National
Special Gifts Committee.
In conjunction with National
Brotherhood Week, the Jubilee
year will look toward raising
$1,000,000 over the current budget
for a re-dedication of individuals
and organizations to work for a
bettering of intergroup relations.
Co-chairmen for the national eel
ebration in the Miami area have
been announced by Dr. Jacob H.
Cunningham. Florida Chapter di-
Nation In Marking
Seek Added Funds
i rector. They will serve on the var-
, ious programs of the local NCCJ
during the week of February" 15th
through 22nd.
Included are W. R. Thomas, sup-
erintendent of Dade County
; Schools; Mrs. Sidney Weintraub.
1 member of the Florida Chapter
j Committee on Community Organ-
| izations; Judge Walter H. Beck-
ham, of the Dade County Juvenile
I Court: Dick Roberts, vice president
| of the Florida Power & Light Com-
pany; and Burton Nuckols, presi-
dent of the Dade County Central
Labor Union.
Brotherhood Week in Florida
will be the major activity in the
Silver Jubilee celebration, accord-
ing to the Florida Chapter's co-
| chairmen, Roscoe Brunstetter, Dr.
| H. Franklin Williams and George
j Chertkof. Community NCCJ Com-
mittees will observe the occasion
by arranging widespread observa-
. tions.
Anniversary' dinners and meet-
[ ings will be held, and plans are in
j process for a nationwide radio and
i TV hookup.
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PHONE 4-1401
TO ALL GREETINGS
MIAMI
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JVQuikil
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Phone 3-2389
StASOXS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
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QUALITY PRODUCTS
259 N.W. 4th Street. Miami
Phone 2-3711
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PLUMBING PHONE 83-2695
Heating and Gas Installations
"We Cover Greater Miami"
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
Miami. Florida
3148 S.W. 22nd Street
TO ALL ... A MOST KAPPY HOLIDAY
TO ALL GREETINGS
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H. Goyen, Treas.
Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Cedes
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•Jewisfi nprUKam JETTING S L MATTHEWS SECURITY BLDG. IBAMI. FLA. GREETINGS WTfftfV T fanning Engineers |.W. 7th AVENUE IMI. FLORIDA 82-1671 fcefrigeralors and let Fixtures •-Hubbcird Reach-In* Ian Steel Shelving [Power Saws UR SERVICE I GREETINGS pal Refrigeration and Fountain Repairs lundman [rigcration hone 64-3411 Miami Plans Celebration Of National Brotherhood Week On February 15th National Brotherhood Week Will and justice shall become the standbe marked by Greater Miami start ards of human relationships inK on Sunday, February 15th, and Indicating that each bit of proaw.l run through the 22nd ress clears the path for additional The year which has just passed progress, he said that in 1953 "we has been a particularly progressive hope to make the objectives of one for the Florida Chapter of the NCCJ even more well known and National Conference of Christians understood and Jews." according to Dr. Jacob, Meanwhile, it was announced H. Cunningham, Florida Chapter that a move has been made to give d 'x^r .K assistance to the three co-chairmen NCCJ is the sponsoring organof the Florida Chapter. The move ization of National Brotherhood was explained by an expanding pro Week, and the Florida Chapter will gram of services and the need lo organize and implement a program remove some of the administrative geared toward carrying out the'duties from an alreadv overwork theme here of better human relaed co-chairmanship. Xio !" Dr. H. Franklin Williams. George | Dr. Cunningham said this week Chertkof and Roscoe Brunstetter that through the cooperation of will be joined by a newly created members of the local chapter and Board of Directors to share the the Committees on Religious, Comadded burdens of complex pro; munity and Educational organizajects in the mass media arid com | tions. as well as Labor-Managemunity fields. Selection of the new ment, Mass Communications and Board was made from civic leadFinance, "the cause of World ers here now serving on the six Brotherhood has been advanced a Program Committees, great deal throughoutthe state." i It was also announced that the "We are striving to promote jus-' group's new name, Florida Chap tice, amity, understanding and coter, takes the place of the Miami operation among Protestants, Cath Round Table, "since the old name : olics and Jews," Dr. Cunningham did not correctly indicate the scope said, 'with a view to the estab-, of the Florida Chapter which lishment of a social order in which serves the whole state and not just j the religious ideals of brotherhood the Greater Miami area." PAGE 13 B TO OUR MANY FRIENDS EROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Rader Engineering Co. CONSULTING ENGINEERS 1615 duPont Building Phone 9-4741 Miami. Florida GREETINGS TO ALL SKAGSETH YOUR FRIENDLY STATIONERY STORE 55N.E. 1st St.—82-4611 7936 N.E. 2nd Ave.—78-0511 1468 N.W. 36th St.—9-8911 1507 Washington Ave.—5.11894 PEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING—FUMIGATING—MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES Biscayne Exterminating Service, Inc. 3925 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. SHOOS GREETINGS ig Hoofing IAPM TO PLEASE' I N.W. 79th Street hone 89-2878 EETI N G S >rgo C. itembler INSURANCE BONDS ihoreland Building IETALLIC IEERIHG CO. pfc % %  • U tali W. tth STREET P PHONE 9-5634 EETINGS Me Max Jackson andidere Hur to. MIAMI AVE. MIAMI Local Groups To Join NCCJ Silver Jubilee; The year 1953 will mark the 25th anniversary of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Serving on the Silver Jubilee Executive Committee are Thomas E. Braniff. president of Braniff International Airways; Benson Ford, vice president of the Ford Motor Company; and Roger W. Straus, chairman of the American Smelting and Refining Company. The Executive Committee will have the responsibility of advanc ing the Conference program in all fields of community life. General Chairman is Straus, with Braniff acting as extension chairman and Ford in charge of the National Special Gifts Committee. In conjunction with National Brotherhood Week, the Jubilee year will look toward raising $1,000,000 over the current budget for a re-dedication of individuals and organizations to work for a bettering of intergroup relations. Co-chairmen for the national eel ebration in the Miami area have been announced by Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham. Florida Chapter diNation In Marking Seek Added Funds i rector. They will serve on the var, ious programs of the local NCCJ during the week of February" 15th through 22nd. Included are W. R. Thomas, superintendent of Dade County ; Schools; Mrs. Sidney Weintraub. 1 member of the Florida Chapter j Committee on Community Organ| izations; Judge Walter H. Beckham, of the Dade County Juvenile I Court: Dick Roberts, vice president | of the Florida Power & Light Company; and Burton Nuckols, president of the Dade County Central Labor Union. Brotherhood Week in Florida will be the major activity in the Silver Jubilee celebration, according to the Florida Chapter's co| chairmen, Roscoe Brunstetter, Dr. | H. Franklin Williams and George j Chertkof. Community NCCJ Committees will observe the occasion by arranging widespread observa. tions. Anniversary' dinners and meet[ ings will be held, and plans are in j process for a nationwide radio and i TV hookup. DON'T TOLERATE—EXTERMINATE PHONE 4-1401 TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI 127 N. W. 2nd Street JVQuikil Fidel* Kustom Kovers AUTO SEAT COVERS TOPS. ETC. PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 2341 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-2389 StASOXS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS BELL BAKERIES INC. QUALITY PRODUCTS 259 N.W. 4th Street. Miami Phone 2-3711 II. IROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. 139 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5194 Miami. Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street TO ALL ... A MOST KAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL GREETINGS B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer. Vice -Pies. & Sec. H. Goyen, Treas. Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Cedes B0\A€KI:R A LEIGH, INC. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" P.O. Box 2210 — 1134 N.W. 22nd Street — Miami 13. Florida 'i' Florida Builders S*rvi*. Inr. 100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami, Florida REBUILT BATTERIES 12 Month -Guarantee—$0.00 up. txeh. EXPERTS ON STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS —REASONABLE PMCES— BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS HI VOLT BATTERY MTCS. 1880 N.W. 7th Avenue phone S-S637 GRE.E TINGS TO ALL Cooper Motor Sales, Inc. YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER 1607 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES PHONE 48-8704 THE KEYS ARE WAITING! DRIVE OUR SPECIAL "ROCKET" SHOW CAR TODAY!



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PAGE 12 B %  •f^utn^rkliar -^KLTQRVA.^ Ford Wi>\ Be Honored Guest AY Fund or nl oi Ihe Ford lot n pa IJ ber nl the Sih i ibilee Committee "i (he National Conference <>i Christians and Jews, will be i (.1 honor at .1 Sp< 1. il Gifts Pi gram Dinner on March 10th, ;:t the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Sponsor of the dinner i~ the Florida Chapter oi NCCJ, with I>r Jacob ll Cunningham, director Ford will direct the National Special Gifts Campaign for 1353 A "purely fund raising activity", the Ford Dinner will hear the guest recording secretary; Jerry K; linhouser, treasurer Alvin Bud n< 1. chaplain; and Irwin Goidhoff, warden. Trustees arc Max Breslow Sy lln kes Sam K> ssler J rrj Spoiler II : Lew 1Sternshein he ni v administration will be ,1 died .it a banquet on Febru ... 28th Brotherhood Greetings is. II. Shaddiek REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 2719 Ponce da Leon Blvd. Phone 48-2591 CORAL GABLES A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-5373 MIAMI. FLORIDA I IOTHERHOOD GREETINGS Henry E. Mangels Company Distributors ior St hi it z 'The Beer that made Milwaukee Famous" 122 N.E. 11th St. Phone 3-8311 GREETINGS yj II ART III L I 1114 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL 154 N.E. 13th St. 3-1369 VIVO Will Mark 27ih Anniversary The YIV'O 1 1 will be higl 1 ,,! the Monti l arlo Hotel t; n, %  sni wi man. lectun 1 le edil De 1. up r and author 1 hook, The %  <-• An 1 Oth -r Ethnic Groups In The United SI I Chairman of the evening will be Ehiel Lesowoder He will be as sisted bv local vivo officers Dr M .1. Click, president: MornHon igbaum, treasurer; and Beryl Mor risen, secretarv "The Yiddish Scientific Institute has just completed its 27th year oi existence.' Lesowoder, "ho 1vic president of the group here, said In explaining the current drive for members, he indicated that the in stitute found Its origin in Vilna, Poland, and that its rare library of manuscriptand hooks was plun dered during the war by the Nazis "Reborn again in New York City, the library now numbers some 250, (MX) volumes." The chairman elal> orated upon the United StateArmy's nde in recapturing Ihe col | lection and giving it hack to YIVO officials Dunn, the pasl years, the Yiddish Scientific Institute has published numerous scholarlj works on history and philosoph> It also publishes a bi-monthlj bulletin on Yiddish philosophj and an annual of Jewish social science in English Ko"ar?d To Phy Ma'tsr Pal? Specif Gifts Drive Cecil I Gifts I' 1 %  I I lithe B March 10th The program a dinner tie igned ,,, raiw some S1.0OO.OO0 %  ve wv.ts current budeet. will har m Ford in a major add The function 1a late sta :ed affair to implement the cele"-ation of National Bmtherhno l Week, Feh ruarv 15th through 22nd, and will be one of the highliehts <>f ih" 1953 Silver Jubilee Year of th National Conference of Christians and Jews Holland will work closeK with Ford, director ol the Special (lifts Campaign He also assisted in the 1952 campaign to obtain $10,000 for the Florida chapter's opera tions other civic leaders here active in the -itt drive include G T Baker. Sam Blank. James I Keller. .Ir John s Km ht. John G. McKav, John Morris. Sam Murray. Mm Or ovitz, Jacob Sher Thomas \v Skinner. Charles F Slater. Sam Luby, liichard Beran son. Lindsaj Hopkins, Josi ph Cherner and Mitchell Wolfson V/ISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3639 Hvst Wishvs I nun Dairy Queen Stores 31 8 A M H "Thv font* iviih thv Curl on Ton" R. E. VAUGHAN. INC. ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR General Utility Construction General Excavations Ditching Pipelines Water & Sewer Construction Telephones 64-7691 — 64-7692 — 64-3403 3398 N. W. South River Drive Miami EROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Garrisi YOUR REPUBLICAN LEADERS GREETINGS Palmer's Cafeteria & Cocktail Lounge GOOD FOOD The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices 545 N.E. 125th St. Ph 78 0958 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETlJ J. Houston l*ribble North Miami Tax Assessor r*WW-">-WW-'W^ GREETINGS TO ALL ART CEMENT MFG. CO. J. J. Asbury 3180 S.W. 16th St. Phone I ^W\^WWWW*WWWWV^ TO ALL GREETINGS FARREY'S, INC. Hardware WHOLESALE — RETAIL 1692 Alton Road Miami Beech Hi Washing and Polishing — Lubrication — Bitterie-| Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Mr* 7 1 s t Street Service Statiei| H. GOLDMAN SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street. Miami Bach Miami Tile Distributors Inc. DISTRIBUTORS F OR I • Archif-ctural Glazed Clay W II T:K• j • Willette Chiha and Chron A essonei • Ceramic Floor Tile • Alal ir.... MJU : [a • Ti : ./.• 1 Machines and • 284 N.E. 59th Terrace atd> \ LARGE VARIETY OF ENTREES TO CHOOSE FROM BRCTHERHOC* GREETINGS | TO OUR FRrf AND PATRONS Try Our Famom W^PP^jjjjl RESTAURANT* ilM ,-. %  • % %  it ,iV PHOfJI V HBV '• -1171 n>. k Til 1 r\ 1 4 Mn.irt P'" 'A rr. 1. HUNTER LYON, INC 901 So. Miami Ave. INSURANCE



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2J<**i*tIkrMiaii TT I N G S MATTHEWS ECURITY BLDG. BAMI. FLA. Miami Plans Celebration Of National Brotherhood Week On February 15th National Brotherhood Week will and huti*. .v.n i .. PAGE 13 B GREETINGS [WTHON fcanning Engineers Lw. 7th AVENUE IMI. FLORIDA 82-1671 Jefriqerators and t Fixtures l-Hubbard Reach-Insro Steel Shelving Power Saws UR SERVICE National Brotherhood Week wi.. be marked by Greater Miami start ing on Sunday. February 15th, and will run through the 22nd. The year which has just passed has been a particularly progressive one for the Florida Chapter of the National Conference of Christians and Jews," according to Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham, Florida director. NCCJ is the sponsoring organization of National Brotherhood Week, and the Florida Chapter will organize and implement a program geared toward carrying out the theme here of better human relations. Dr. Cunningham said this week that through the cooperation of members of the local chapter and the Committees on Religious, Community and Educational organizations, as well as Labor-Management, Mass Communications and Finance, "the cause of World Brotherhood has been advanced a great deal throughout the state." "We are striving to promote jus tice, amity, understanding and coand justice shall become the stand ards of human relationships.' Indicating that each bit of progress clears the path for additional progress, he said that in 1953, "we hope to make the objectives of NCCJ even more well known and understood." Meanwhile, it was announced ( hapter that a move has been made to give assistance to the three co-chairmen of the Florida Chapter. The move was explained by an expanding pro gram of sen-ices and the need to remove some of the administrative duties from an already overwork ed co-chairmanship. Dr. H. Franklin Williams. George Chertkof and Roscoe Brunstetter will be joined by a newly created Board of Directors to share the added burdens of complex projects in the mass media arfd community fields. Selection of the new Board was made from civic leaders here now serving on the six Program Committees. It was also announced that the group's new name, Florida Chapter, takes the place of the Miami TO OUR MANY FRIENDS EROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Rader Engineering Co. CONSULTING ENGINEERS 1615 duPont Building Phone 9-4741 Miami, Florida JREETINGS kal Refrigeration and (Fountain Repairs indnian •iteration •hone 64 3411 — -—. .——*w M ,-.<.< w UIC .Mi.Hill operation among Protestants, Cath Round Table, "since the old name olics and Jews," Dr. Cunningham did not correctly indicate the scop<> said, "with a view to the estab-; of the Florida Chapter which lishment of a social order in which serves the whole state and not just the religious ideals of brotherhood the Greater Miami area." Local Groups To Join Nation In Marking NCCJ Silver Jubilee; Seek Added Funds JHOOD GREETINGS Ij; Hoofing rile Co. UM TO PLEASE" .W. 79th Street bone 89-2878 EETIN G S >r*c C. [temblor INSURANCE BONDS horeland Building IETALLIC IEERING CO. "E in AH y ;.: W. C;h STREET PHONE 9-5634 The year 1953 will mark the 25th anniversary of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Serving on the Silver Jubilee Executive Committee are Thomas E. Braniff, president of Braniff International Airways; Benson Ford, vice president of the Ford Motor Company; and Roger W. Straus, chairman of the American Smelting and Refining Company. The Executive Committee will have the responsibility of advancing the Conference program in all fields of community life. General Chairman is Straus, with Braniff acting as extension chairman and Ford in charge of the National Special Gifts Committee. In conjunction with National Brotherhood Week, the Jubilee year will look toward raising $1,000,000 over the current budget for a re-dedication of individuals and organizations to work for a bettering of intergroup relations. Co-chairmen for the national celebration in the Miami area have been announced by Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham. Florida Chapter director. They will serve on the various programs of the local NCCJ during the week of February 15th through 22nd. Included are W. R. Thomas, superintendent of Dade County Schools; Mrs. Sidney Wcintraub. member of the Florida Chapter Committee on Community Organizations: Judge Walter H. Beckham, of the Dade County Juvenile Court: Dick Roberts, vice president of the Florida Power & Light Company; and Burton Nuckols, president of the Dade County Central Labor Union. Brotherhood Week in Florida will be the major activity in the Silver Jubilee celebration, according to the Florida Chapter's cochairmen, Roscoe Brunstetter, Dr. H. Franklin Williams and George Chertkof. Community NCCJ Committees will observe the occasion by arranging widespread observations. Anniversary dinners and meetings will be held, and plans are in process for a nationwide radio and TV hookup. II. I~ ROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Miarr.i. Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street FETINGS — Max Jackson Har MIAMI AVE. MIAMI TO ALL GREETINGS B. B. Leigh. Pres. R. C. Singer, Vice Pres. €. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" P.O. Box 2210 — 1134 N.W. 22nd Street — Miami 13. Florida REBUILT BATTERIES 12 Month -Guarantee—M.00 up. exch. EXPERTS ON STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS —REASONABLE PRICES— BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS III VOLT BATTERY MFG. 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I have worked in the professional, theatre lor over 32 years and have yet to encounter the first symptom of intolerance I have never heard of an actor refusing to share a dressing room with another actor because of his color, but I do know that all the actors refused to play in the National Theatre in Wash Utgton until it stopped practising segregation A great many workers in the theatre are deeply religious people, bul l have yet to hear anyone ask 'he question, "What is he"" The Catholic ActorCuild has a great man] Jewish contributors; the Jewish Actors Guild gel Protes tanl support, and all of them wort for the Actors Fund ol v which takes care ol everj kind of trical need) The theatre ma) have more than iishare ol conceit It is n<> more than an) other trade, and n isn'l always smart Bul in the quality thai expresses the greatest advance made b) man through the centuries, it surer) has a right to be proud It respects the sacred dignit) "i the other mar.'person and his thinking Novelist Sees 'But" As Loaded Word In Prejudice B) FAITH BALDWIN, Novelist IN ople often take pride in preju dice The) are not ashamed lien pit) them' And yet prejudice — which ihate and envy, which ithe slim) feeling ->i false super iorit) itogether with national ized .iced, the root <.t war, weapons I-destro) a people and a na tioll I believe that the extermination udicc in-'t accomplished b) wars bul b) ordinal") men. worn en and children through their attitudes toward one another In re< cut years the people who have mosl helped me, outside of my immediate famil) are Jews and Gentiles, (athohcand Protestants 1 turn to them in trouble. 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I F EBRUARY 13, 1953 LEGAL NOTICE ^Jtntsti RcrMkui T^ND £R FICTITIOUS KvBRTISlNO, at 3004 N. |U \, Illtl-lldS tO I'-KIH;••,; win, the Cleric of tig I,.,,!.. County. Flor. ,,,, M N NIEBEI.MAN IrmCUir COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF l T INI AND FOR DADE f'lN CHANCERY. No. 15045 IISNK SIMMONS, .a** 0 5 I'lalntlff D SIMMONS, Defendant ICE BY PUBLICATION KlHiIlK I! hIMMONS ., Western Area I -...,. Bl < I {,. V, .v Joi l<. N. %  KKHKKKIIY KBQL'IBBD to H,.,, f IO ii Answer <>r IIIT I, I,I Complaint for V;\ i im' on herein. on THKODORK \i\ nn.' Li"' "I" I'"" 1 l; I '|i,..„ i urlda, and HI4 Li ii,, f with the Clark of JfVuirt, "ii "' '" : "' r *f | ihi i lite ili>' alI i Kill Will be taken •h da; i f J.uiunry, r H I.I:\TMI-::IMAN, %  <-. in Ccrart |t }: R. II RICE, .IK.. Deput) Clerk JCIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IR DADE COUNTY, FLORICHANCERY. No. 156039 H \!.KI:I:. i i.iiinifr WALKER. Defendant. ICE BY PUBLICATION iii'i: u \i ,K Kit, 51 Bradford I.I. N.Y. i iired i" .-••: v.to the Bill Of upon Plaintlffs I r original Anatl Clerk of the ton S li o.i. %  H %  the Bill i %  %  %  II be taki Florida, thli fa HERMAN, Clark, in; i 'irruil i 'ourt mi w S'l'tK'KINU, Deputy Clerk l: LYONS. 110-U l %  iyinpla II i (CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Iri JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY. FLOR|CHA\CERY. No 156057 I K, I'lalntlff, JURXICK. Defendant, [CE BY PUBLICATION p IRNI K. 2824 Mer.... n. N.Y. ,• %  hi n bj i rqulred to serve > % %  ir Ai %  the BUI of i • I'n Plaintiff's oi Igln d Ana!• %  %  : % %  : the Clerk of the I • r before the 2th I V.H ISM; otherwise, .• for I Hvorcc hcrc%  '•. I be taken M da, this 20th \ : i 1959 l.E VTHERMAW, 1 the Circuit Court 1 County, I ...rida %  '• 'l HTOCKINO, Deputy Clark JH i.Yo.Ns, Jio-U Otympla F i o Ida : LEGAL, NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO AM. To WHOM THKSK 1'Rl-SK.VTK SHAM. COMB, OREBTINUH This IK to certify that, whereas Laonapd K. Mp.son, Miami, i-.., Marvin Hcliulman. Miami Reach, Fla Margie Cohen. Miami Beach, Kla. dlil on the 2nd ila\ ..f Novemlii-r A Ii 195H. cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws ..f Florida, Acts of 1923, I* K PACToltS & I.OAN CORPORATION ., corporation, with Its principal place of business at Miami, Daiie Count*. In the State of Florida, and whereas Stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter lismii. Laws of Florida, Ads of 1925, Showing the dassolBura of such corporation, and the Secretary of state is satisfied that the requirement* of law have been compiled with IN WITNESS WllKKKoh. I have hereunto set my hand ami have affixed the Brent Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, tiiia the 2nd da> c,f Februarv. A II i:i:,;l I.SKA 1.1 It. A CRAY, s~,.Ury of state. ICE BV PUBLICATION [CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN m DADE COUNTY, FLORT,rJn, ANCERV No. 155998 BTZXEH I'lalntlff IfZXKll Defendant, TIIT FOR DIVORCE K MITZNKR, 194H Black• lea, c 'alifornia, 'led that a Hill of ol %  has been filed f" *""l *• 'ii are required to Inawer c,r Plead• I inplaint on the HAIKU.II SIIAuii'Mln it ,a.i. Miami Beach. %  "" tilthe original An srei P offloe of the clerk 1 in on or before the let I.. i., ,,. v ,,_,-., |f f. loagtncnl by default will >pu for the relief in of i-ompbklnt. J s I' 'dtHKItKli at Miami, V ',,' T! "' ''aiiuary. 1)52, p-i ', '.''• %  ATHKUMAN. ,,' : '' nit Court, .el., i nunty, Florida "> '' %  H. RICE, JH I Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 156301 RtKIKK KASHA. 1'fain tiff vs. OI8BL.B HASH A. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OIHKI.K HASHA, IS LaFleur Huihene, !',: i Bu Prince, Haiti TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIES) thai a inn %  of Complaint for Dlvoroe Dai been filed afalnsl you m the above entitled pauae and you are herebj required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of r..inplaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on oi bef the 2nd da) of March, IM3, otherwlae %  De.ice I'n, I'oiifessn will be entered agalnat you. Tins notice shall be published once each Me. i, !..i i %  consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN, Dated at Miami, Florida. Ilii2Mb cia> of January, II E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk c.r Circuit Court B) M. C OREEN seal) Deput) fleik I'Al.l.oT. SILVER .•> Mll.l.c iV An..in. %  for Plaintiff ">i>i Ingraham Bulldinf, .Miami. Florida I/so — !/-ii-:o IN THE COURT OF THE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. DISTRICT 1. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR!DA. No. 14,677 HARMON EDWARD LIEBERWITZ, ve. Plaintiff. LEWIS ALFRED Si'nTT, Defendant NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE Notic,. ig hereby B'ven that under ..nd b) virtue ot a wrli of Execution issued iii the above st> I. el cause by HoClerk of the Circuit Court, in and tor Dade County, Florida, and levy having been made. I will offer for sale and sell to the highest and beat bidder for cash, between the hours of 11:011 o'clock in the forenoon and 2:00 "Clock in the afternoon on the 2nd day of March, 1953. ut the South Front door of the Court House In Miami Dade County, Florida, the following deecrlhed property. Ixit IS. Block 21 of LIBERTY CITY, according to the Plat thereof; i •.corded in Plat Hook 7 at Page 79 of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida, as the property of the Said LEWIS ALFRED SCOTT to satisfy said Writ of Execution. Dated this 23rd day of January, 1IS8| at Miami. Hade I'ountv. Florida. THOMAS .1 KELLY. Sheriff, Did,County, Florida Br JOHH OBJUBN, Deputy Sheriff 1 '30 — 2 H-13-20 rfJVfPUBLICATION .!^H^C D ERY FOR No.^ DE SPIRT 56063 |i'l\v F0 ,, O 'V-O"CE I", 1 • .•'.rkley I reb, |. nt for HI' i y .v., 5 22M„ I"' lake., '"'"'""'it I. % %  "' January, M'b'K %  • M,V| Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51095 Notice is hereby riven that JULES I'EARLMAN. bolder of Clt\ of Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered S6I. dated the Ith day of June. A.D. IMOc has filed said Certificate In my office, anil has made application for tax deed to issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lot 212. (irapeland Height. Plat Hook 14. l'aae 63. in the City of Miami. County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of 1'nknown. Cnless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 2.'.th day of February, A.D. MM, Dated this 21st day of January, AD. I Hi. E. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By N. C. 8TKRRETT. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk /23-30 — 2/8-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155973 HLADYS tiolt.MAN, Plaintiff, vs. LEWIS GORMAN, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: LEWIS HORMAN 1410 Orand Pom oiirse Bronx, New York Y.ni ire h.i.lii notified that a Hill Of I" iniplnlnt tor Divorce has be eii filed -ifilnet you and you are herebj reQulrad to HTTI H copy of your Answef to tinHill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney ami file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on c.r before the lfiib daj c.r February. IMS; otherwise. the allegations of said Hill of <'"> Plaint will be taken as confessed against you. .... Dated this 16th day of January, 1953. F. H. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court By K 11 RKE. JR. (Sealt Deputy Clerk OKOROE J. TALIANOFF. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff. 430 Lincoln Road. Miami Baach. Florida 1/23-30 — 2/1-13 PAGE 15 B LEGAI. NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN ttu.t MM undersigned, deilrini to anmaeaa ZL>22. A .vvi "" ,,i, e %  >• %  '"<-is So faclater S.,MI name the I'lrcuit court >' "' %  io.. With tile or Dade to flerk of Coanty, M A CHABL W l8feg 0 ,E R R.) OOHBN Attorney for Applicant I Pi, lliscayne Huildim: -' \t -M 27 | | 'Ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v NAME LAW Norn E is HEREBY CHVBN that undersigned, desliini; to engage in 1X1 V s N W :: 1 -^-<"' %  Mi ',,'L ',;''' %  u ,y %  "?'• %  mundi t„ niatei aald name with the Clerk ..r the (II cull Court of DadMorlda. Coiuity. RICHARD K.<.E..HL : !^ KK Atioi aey for Jasper M •SSConaresi Building, Miami. Florida "-" — 2/1.-13-20 NOTICE UIML>e.K FICTITIOUS*" NAME LAW .M-rii i: i a ,i,.,ti',nv GIVEN that 'h? undersigned, deiirffig to engage in %  Viv S wi'i"" •'•' ""' ril "i"s nan, '•"' s SHi (EH at I I.e. N.W. 7th Av• %  Miami, Ha.. Intend! to register said name with ti„. clerk of the circuit ourt or Dade County, F'b.rlda HARRY B. SMITH. *£$* C !" Attoiney tor Applicant 350 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. IN l nc c,inCui I OUuHT UK THE !Nn V lo D H r,i U D,CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15W0-B Ml RRAY LEVlNEand SAM I.EV1MF d b a SAMSON BLOCK CO. 1'lalntiffs vs. CORBIN D. LANCASTER, a/k/a C. 1>. LANCASTER and HELEN A. LANCASTER, Ins wife, .,_., Defendants NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE NOTICE H-i IIKKKHi UIVEN that the undersigned, as Bpeclal Master. under and by virtue "t tne Flnaj De%  ii-leifore entered In the above styled cause, on the Slat day of December, 1162, will orfer r..i aale and sell at public auction f,, r ,.,-h. p, t|, e highest and beat bidder, at the south front door or the County Court House of Dade County in tbe City of Miami i M':' 'ountj. Ploi Ida, on the 2nd das "f March, I95S, between the hours o'f 11:00 o'clock a.m. and 2:00 o'clock p.m., the sain.being a legal sales day. and the hours he legal houn "f aale, the following described property, lying, iltuate and being in Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lots I through 8 In Kick :,, CAMBRIDGE LAWNS PARK SEHDIVISION, according to the Plat thereof, rded In Plat Book 50, e.g.l cf the Public Re ordi of Dade County, Florida, together wit ii all the tenemeuta, hereditaments and appurtenants thereunto belonging, or In jfiiy wise appertaining, being sold to Mtisf) said Decree. DATED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 20th dav of January, l:i:.:i. HARRY GORDON Special Master in Chancery SACL QBNET Attorneys lor i'latntiffs QBNET ft tSKNKT 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, F^. 1/23-31 — 2-6-13 LEGAL HOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155216 MILTON WIENER. Plaintiff, vs. QBRTRUDE WIENER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Io QERTRLDF; WIENER, 17s E. H.'.th St., Hrooklvn, New York Y.,u, UERTRl'DB WIENER, are hereby notified that a Hill of ComPBtlnl far Divorce has b.en flleil against you. and you are rei|iiired to nervi I oofiy e,f yesir Answer or I'l,-ailing to theli.ll of Complaint on the piaintirr.s Attoiney, OFTOKUF: J. TALA.NCEI HO Lincoln Road, Miami lleach, F'lorlda, and file the original Answer or I'leading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Mth day c,r February, ItSS, ir y,ii fail to el., so, judgment by default will be taken attains! \.,u for therelief deinacded in the Rill of i 'ompliilnl. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21th day of January. .\n. E B I.EVIHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Had.County, Florida By R. H. RUE. JR. (Circuit Courl Seal) Deputy clerk 1/30 — 2/K-).:-2IP NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29489b In Re: ESTATE <>V KATHBRINE FBRDA, Dereaaed To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against said Betali You, and each of you, are hereby notified and rejojulred !•> present any claims and demands which von. or either e,f you. may have against the estate of KATHKR1NE FERDA, %  '•'•' i late e.r Dade County, Plortda, to the lion FRANK B. DOWLINQ, one of the County Judges of Dade Coanty, and rile the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address or the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, 01 sini' will be barred. Date January 21st, A D IM| MAURICE FERDA, as Executor or the Last Will and Testatment <>f (CATHERINE FERDA, Dece MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Executor 1/30 — 2/5-13-20 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156108 PHILIP DEMBNER, Plaintiff vs. ROSE DEMBNER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROSE DEMBNER, IK55 Inion Street. Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified thai %  Bill or Complaint for Divorce lias been riled agalnat you, and you arc required i" serve a copy or your Anawer or I'Uadmg to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN F. KESSl.ER, 4 S W • 22nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, and fib, tiooriginal Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or heoare the 21st day of FVhrtiary, 19.'.:!. if you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill or Complaint. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 22nd day c.r January, A.D. 1953. E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk. circuit Court, Dade County, Florida llv M. C. C.REFJN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk. 1/23-30 — 2/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156599 EDITH ii. WARREN, Plaintiff HARRY' ALLEN WARREN, aka HARRY WARREN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRT ALLEN WARREN, aka HARRY WARREN New i II can--. I .i || Y"u. li.: i} Allen Wai 11 n, aka Harry Warren, are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint .'or Divoi ce ha ii n filed against you, and you are re |U ad to serve .c copy c.r your An Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, AMOS BENJAMIN, 505 Olympls Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit CoJUli 00 or before the SSrd day ,.r February, 1852 ir you rail to do so. judgment by default ill be taken against you for tb" relief demanded iii the Hill of Complaint DONE AND ORDEBRD at Miami, F'lorlda. this 21st day of January. 19SS. Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. By WM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 1/23-30 — 2 6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring tee engage n business under the fictitious nan : AL8TBVE APARTMENTS, at SSI Mi en Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. BAML'BL YANOWITZ MOLLY YANOWITZ KOVNBR .'-• MANNHEIMBR Attorne>s for Samuel v Mouy Yanon Attorneys of Samuel ft Molly Yanowlti 2/S-13-S0-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1580e ELRCRN TA1.ROT and NATALIE TALBOT, Ills wife. Plaintiffs MARGARET c JACQUES, aka MARGARET C Rl'SSF.LL „,I RI'SSEL. bar husband, Defendants SUIT FOR MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE TO: MARGARET C. J.M'"1'KS aka MAlttSARET C. R1SSF.LL and Hl'SSKI.. her husband 197th Street A. ::7lh Avenue Dade County. F'lorlda Mailing address: Rt. 3 Post Office Bos J31-D, Hollvwood, Florida You Margaret C. Jaoquea, aka Margarel C Russell and itussei. her husband, are herebj notified that a Hill ...' Complaint t" Foreclose Mortgage hes >>•• %  filed against you, and •...II are required to sen• pppjr_oI vein \n T or I'l. idlngs t" the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs' Attorney AMoS BENJAMIN, :."-' t.lymDla Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer "i Pleading In tbe ..ft f the cierk of the Circuit Comt on or before the 2::r.l day d F'ebiuarv. 19.'.3 If von fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED si Miami, Florida this 21st day of .timiary. 1553. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. I>ade County. Florida By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 1/23-30 — S/S-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the rictltlous name of SINRAD MOTEL, at Bisrayne Boulevard and Northeast 62nd Street. Mi ami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MARTIN HOTEL. INC. By: MARTIN T. GOODMAN President ATTEST: JEANNECOODMAN Secretary STANLEY JOEL LEVINR, Esq. Attorney for Applicant 1/30 — 2/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HEREBY OITBN that the uncle!signed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious n.n 1 THRBF: CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at 1761 S W Ith Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BERNARD TRACHTENBERG ALLEN DENN 2 6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE Lawrence Collard is no longer connected W'lth the Three Captains Fisheries. HERNARH TltACHTENBBHG and ALLBN DENN, owners 2 11-13-211-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring tee engage in business under the fictitious name of PALM GARDENS, at 752-750 Meridian Avenue, Miami Roach. Florida, intend to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. JACK LENNICK ANN LENNICK A. BUDD CUTLER Attorney for I'aim Gardens I 23-10 — 2,6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CROYDON MANUFACTURING & EXPORT CO., at Miami. Dade County, F'la Intend.to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. I."CIS A. RET l/SO — 1/8-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign*'.I, desiring to engage in business under ih.fictitious name ol HIT5NA VISTA LAI NDER-1T AND DRY CLEANING, al 1002 N w. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend t.. regIstei -iii name with the Clerk of tin circuit court .,r Hade County, FTori GOLDIE GREER and EVA KAPLAN, sole owners AMos BENJAMIN Attorney for owners 1 23-311 — 2 6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that tbe undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under the fn tftloua name ,.r PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, at 67 F:. 1st Avenue, Hlaleah, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clei of the Circuit Court of | >ude County, Florida. ALBBRT LEVITE, Sole Ow PALLOT, SILVER "i Ingraham iiidg. 2 (-13-20-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 2469/ RE: ESTATE tF ANTHONY SIC. .. I ..,.,, -, i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE iherebj given that I ii,.\" i led mj fii %  eport and petltlon t' r I Inal D harge ... Admit [sii.'it i\ de bonlm n e.r the esti • .r ANTHl 'NY 8IC<. is. ii ol March, 1953, I will appl) : %  the I!"' rable W. F'. Hi. v.NTt IN, Counl Dade County. Florida, I final repoi i and foi final disci as Administratrix de bonls non of of ANTHc INY SH '' '. deceas I. ir.tli da) of Jai la eiisi: BICO HARRY ZUKERNICK for Admlnistratri i de Non ISO I.me..in Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 80-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT uiVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. snjsajge business under the fictitious name of A< E MOVING en. at 1136 N.W. Mth Ai.'. int.nils t" reglstei said name with the Cleik ..f the Circuit Court of Ha.I.County, Florida. I'AL'L BERLIN I 8-13-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156372 PAUL DI CANDIA, Plaintiff VS. LUCY HI CANDIA, H.fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LUCY Dl CANDIA, B9 Monroe Street, New York 2. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTII IED thai a Bill of Complaint for Dlvori i has been filed against you in the above entitled i as.' and you -fhern i.\ required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file Ih urinal In Hie offu r the Clerk e,r the Circuit Court on or before the nth day "i March, itss, otherwlos .. I >• • %  Pro Confeaso Will be entered against you. This notice shall be published em. .• each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DATF:D at Miami. Florida, this 30th day of January. 1953. B. H LEATHERMAN. Cierk of Circuit Court By: M. C. OREEN s. li Deputy Clerk BALLOT. SILVER MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff, sin Ingraham Building. Miami. Florida 2/6-1.1-20-27 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Javwlgh Florldlan %  *> Belta your legal aotlcass. W apprcclatci 7 o a r pcrtronatj# and *EJU<3YQSV *• accurato SXTTIC* al hpaal rate*. Phone 2-1141 far mHsengw gerrlc*. SEITLIN & COMPANY X PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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liBwiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun
7_ Number 7
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
\talin Engineers
Change In Policy
Copyright, 1953, Jewish T.legraphic Agancy, Inc.
,v-)()\ Marshal Joseph Stalin once denounced the anti
tism which his regime is now practicing as "the most dangerous
I cannibalism," the Manchester Guardian recalled this week.
ffhe pappr Quoted an interview given by Stalin to the Jewish
traphic Agency in January. 1931. in which the Communist dicta-
bndemned the very practices his regime is now following. He said:
(nti-Semitism. being
Israel Border Is Tense
Jewish Forces Take Protective
Action Against Arab Infiltrees
ported that the Communist authori-
ties in Rumania were preparing to
place on trial a number of Zion-
ists accused of conspiracy against
the State. Information received by
the JTA in London disclosed that
all property in Hungary belonging
to the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee had been "nationalized" by the
Hungarian regime.
This move followed the arrest
last month of Lajos Stoekler. head
of the Budapest Jewish commu-
nity and of the committee which
administered JDC funds in Hun-
gary. He was accused of illegal
possession of foreign currency.
Five Jewish members of the
Communist hierarchy fell victims
last week to the new "purge" in
Hungary. They included a cabinet
minister and a high police official.
The Hungarian Communist re
an ex-
f,,rce of racial chauvinism.
most dangerous remnant of
kbalism. Anti-Semitism is use-
. the exploiters as a lighting
urtor t" protect capitalism
being struck down by the
m people Anti Scmitism is a
ft to the working people: it
irrong path which diverts
I from the right road and leads
into Ihe jungle. Therefore, as
,'. Internationalist*, Commu-
cannol fail to be irreconcili-
and sworn enemies of anti-
Itism"
npjign Gathers Momentum
Communist anti-Jewish
saign continued to gain mo-
lum this week in the Soviet
and in virtually all coun-
Ibehind the Iron Curtain,
^patches received in New York
s*d further arrests in the
t Inion of persons accused of 8> also moved against Israel last
oige a> Pravda continued its w* when denounced an attache
m against "bourgeois na-1 of the Israel Legatknl in Budapest
lists" and others having a as a SW and demanded his imme-
hopathic" urge towards for- dlate reca"
things In this category it Soviet Germany Refuges
A the nine doctors arrested in A tr,ckle of Jewlsn refugees.
Wish plot" against the Soviet averaging about 15 per day con-
fjjy- | tinucs to arrive in West Berlin
dispatches from Istanbul re-1 Continued on Page 5 A
JERUSALEM (JTA)Serious de
terioration in the Israel border
situation this week continued to
cause considerable concern here
and a flurry of activity in Western
capitals.
Tension along the Jordan-Israel
border, prevalent for many weeks,
was brought close to the boiling
point last week when Jordanian in-
filtrees derailed an Israel freight
train near Kalkilpa by placing a
landmine on the tracks.
As Israel forces took protective
action against infiltree bases along
the frontier, the Israel authorities
vigorously protested to the Mixed
Armistice Commission.
The seriousness with which Is
rael regarded the situation was
reflected in the abrupt termina-
tion of his vacation by Premier
of 1950.
Meanwhile, the Mixed Armistice
Commission, under the chairman-
ship of Colonel Bennett de Ridder,
of Belgium, held four successive
emergency sessions to deal with
| four Israel and one Jordan com-
plaints. It upheld Israel on two
complaints, upheld Jordan on its
i complaint and dismissed two Is-
rael complaints for lack of evi-
dence.
Diplomat Scolds Israelis
Both Britain and the United
States intervened in the situation
last weekBritain to support the
! Jordan position and scold Israel for
i aggressive actions and Washington
to tell both sides of American con-
I cern over the situation and desire
i for Middle East peace.
In London. Sir James Bowker.
Undersecretary for Foreign Af-
fairs, told Israel's envoy, Eliahu
Elath, that Britain was gravely
concerned over recent border inci-
dents and particularly over the
shelling by Israel of two Jordan
villages on January 23rd. The Brit-
ish envoy in Tel Aviv, he said, had
been instructed to urge the Israel
Government to take all steps in
I its power to restore tranquility
along the frontier.
The British also informed Jor-
; dan that Britain stands by its 1948
commitment to protect Jordan's
frontiers as well as by the 1930
tripartite declaration.
In Washington, where the Israel
and Jordan envoys were summoned
separately to meet with John Jer-
I nigan Deputy Assistant Secretary
of State for Near Eastern Affairs,
David Goitein the Israel minister,
pointed out that the number of
Israelis murdered, cattle stolen and
quantity Ol irrigation pipe decoy-
ed had reached alarming propor-
Continued on Page 5 A
David Ben-Gurion to return to
Jerusalem for an extraordinary
cabinet meeting on the situation.
When the issue was raised in Par-
liament. Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett assured the house that the
Government was closely following
developments..
The Foreign aMhistcr summoned
the envoys of the United States.
Britain and France to hear Is-
rael's views on the situation as
Jordan, charging Israel aggression,
formally protested to Britain and
the United States and called on
both powers to enforce the guar-
antees of the tripartite declaration
UJA To Convene
\0A Greets Dr. Silver At 60th
Birthday; Dignitaries Attend
ills For Authoritative Statement
Act To Inflame Soviet Peoples
I NEW YORK (JTA>An appeal to Joseph Stalin and his col-
t ir an "authoritative statement or act" which would end
Set anti Scmitism which "cannot help but incite and inflame the
W ol the Soviet Union" was made here this week by Rabbi Abba j
Silver, noted American Zionist leader.
ibr Silver, New York's Thomas E. Dewey and Ambassador Abba
pan. virtually converted a din-
|honoring I)r Silver on his 60th
May into a moving demonstra-
\ of support for the two and a
million Jews behind the Iron
Rain.
kernor Dewey accused the
N'jnists of 'the newest and
ft terrible program of genocide
ninehed." He charged that
had torn "whole pages out
J'tlers book" and warned that
Wttia, "Zionism as such has
become a crime and merely
PS bom a Jew is now cause for
Ring.'
Silver declared that "it is
l""> late for some authoritative
ement or act on the part of the
p^t Soviet leadership to clar-
" situation, set the record
' relieve Ihe minds of fear
[Wplcion and avert an aooei-
catastrophe" He suggested
against the 2.500.000 Jews in So
viet Union and the satellite coun- |
tries. Dr. Silver said:
"I should prefer not to be forced
I to conclude that the Soviet Union
has definitely gone anti-Semitic, or
j that it has adopted anti-Semitism
I as an instrument of Communist
policy. Some of my friends whose i
judgment f value greatly are con- j
vinced that this is actually the
case. If so, then another appalling
tragedy of fearful and staggering
proportions is in store for our
people."
Charges Unthinkable
"Dr. Silver termed the Soviet es-
pionage charges against Jews and
the Zionist movement "unthink-
able" and "monstrous." "It is un
conceivable." he said, "that the So-
.'.tates intelligence."
Dr. Silver also touched on in-
creased activities against Israel.
Declaring that the Arabs "are wait-
ing for the economic collapse of
Israel and are preparing for a sec-
ond round," he called for increased
American Jewish aid to the Jewish
State.
Ambassador Eban. attacking the
Soviet anti-Jewish policy, said that
Jewish leadership in Israel and in
the United States faces the chal-
Continued on Pag* 5 A
. viet Union would have instructed
representative .Jewish bodies its representatives at the United
iroach Verlook ,he diplomatic I Nations less than five years ago to
C, Uon *' (,,., Jewish State and to vote for its ad-
m '"" ,hat "there may be! mission to the United Nations if
ami 7 ser,ous overtones" to j the Zionist movement were of the
Dai 'f"m,s' and anti-Israel character which it is now repre
cam- that ,he camPt8n I agent of the British intelligence,
ry over into an all-drive | and since then, of the United
CLEVELAND (JTA)Senator
Robert A. Taft. the Senate Ma-
jority Leader, said last week that
he considered the State of Is-
rael as a special case meriting
economic aid from the United
States Government. He express-
ed himself forcefully against the
delivery and sale of arms to the
Middle East except, he said, as
part of an overall plan against
possible Soviet aggression.
Senator Taft said he was op-
posed to financial aid for the
Arab States which, with the pos-
sible exception of Egypt, did not
need money. Saudi Arabia and
Iraq, he asserted, have more
money than they know what to
do with.
Gttrge Jessel
More than 600 outstanding com-
munal leaders will face responsi-
bility of setting a standard of giv-
ing in keeping with needs total-
ling $144,000,000.
UJA Inaugural Parley will meet
against a backdrop of mounting
Anti-Jewish tension in iron cur-
tain lands and at a moment of dan-
ger to Jews in Moslem areas.
The formal opening of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal's 1953 nation-
wide campaign, which will usher in
the UJA's 15th annual drive on
behalf of Israel and homeless
Jews in other parts of the world,
will take place Sunday, February
15th. 12:30 p.m.. at an extraordin-
ary National Inaugural Conference
to be held at the Saxony Hotel in
Miami Beach, it was announced by
Dr. Joseph I. Schwartz. UJA exec-
utive vice chairman.
Among speakers at the three
hour meeting will be George Jes-
sel. comedian and film producer.
Edward M. M. Warburg and Dr.
Schwartz.
Jessel, who recently returned
from a tour of Israel, will bring a
message from the new state based
on his discussions with high level
Jewish officials, including Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion. War-
burg, general chairman of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal, is a former
On Sunday
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee.
Dr. Schwartz is a former head
of the JDC Committee and cur-
rently is executive vice chairman
of the UJA
Dr. Schwartz said that this year's
nationwide campaign must bring
the largest possible sums to meet
urgent immigration, settlement,
welfare and rehabilitation needs to-
talling S114.524.250. and that the
more than 600 outstanding Jewish
leaders attending the Conference
will be faced with the responsibil-
ity for sotting a standard of giving
in keeping with this year's critical
needs.
The UJA executive vice chair-
man stressed that the greatest
need is for a swift itrengthening
of Israel's economy and that this
reinforcement of the new States
economic capacity is especially ur-
gent in the light of the new emerg-
ency in Eastern Europe.
This reference to the emergen-
tdmerd M. M. Worhorg
cy in Eastern Europe gave errrpha-
I sis to the fact that the UJA's In-
augural Conference will be held
against a backdrop of mounting
anti-Jewish tension in Iron Cur-
] tain countries and that the more
than 600 conferees may be meet-
ing on the eve of even more seri-
ious difficulties for the 2.500.000
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>neral Dori In Miami For Technion;
rill Confer With Leaders In Education
i Yaacov Dori, hero of Israel's War of Liberation, first
["Tstaff "f its Defense Forces and president of the Technion,
r institute of Technology, is now in Greater Miami on behalf of
h S n s three year. $10,000,000 building fund campaign.
while here, the 53-year-old Israeli soldier and engineer, known
h -Eisenhower of Israel," will confer with educators, civic and
CIenUfic leaden. He is touring the
llrv under the auspices of the
Trican Technion Society, which
Uppnrts the 40-yc.rold Haifa Uni-
ersiiy.
The new facilities will enable
institute to graduate annually
minimum of 600 engineers and
h,tects who are needed for the
ountry's industrial and agricul-
tural expansion.
Thursday nifiht. he was sched-
uled to be honored at a reception
|nn by Mrs Jennie Grossinger.
A colorful personality who led
Is armies to victory over the
jab forces, General Dori resigned
military post in 1949, soon
,it the establishment of the
fate, and retired to civilian life.
became Scientific Coordinator
Prime Minister David Ben-
lurion, a position he still holds in
Iddition to his duties as head of
he technical university.
The Israeli educator is convinced
hat the application of modern
icience and technology can raise
he standard of living, not only of
l-r.ic!. but also of the enure area
the Middle East and southwest
Hi As advisor to the Israeli
rriir.e Minister, he is credited with
he close cooperation which exists
etween the country's growing in-
j-iry and its scientific institu-
tions.
In a recent statement, he de-
tiareil. "Now is the time for con-
Itnictive endeavors. It is my earn-
:; hope that farsighted interna-
tional diplomacy and the bless-
r.. il modern science will unite
peoples in this area to work
Roosevelt Sisters Montieello EMdies Mrs. Donnei-stag
Praised For Part
In Dimes March
The Valentine theme will be car-
ried out at a membership social of
Roosevelt Temple No. 33, Pythian
Sisters, on Wednesday, February
18th, 8 p.m., at 500 SW 17th Av-
enue.
Mrs. Harry Baron, secretary, re-
ported here that a letter has been
received from the Supreme Secre-
tary of the Pythian Temples of
America praising the Roosevelt
Sisters for contributing more to
the March of Dimes than any other
Temple in the country.
The sisters are currently working
on a theatre party, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Bernard Kaplan,
to raise money for the Heart Fund.
General Taecov Dori
and live together in brotherly co-
operation."
General Dori, a native of Haifa,
is an engineer graduate of the Uni-
versity of Ghent, Belgium. He
served with the Jewish Legion
which fought with the British
forces during World War I, ac-
quiring valuable military experi-
ence which he used to advantage
when he commanded the famous
Haganah.
Ben Gurion Branch To
Hear Abe Hamlin
Bcn-Gurion Branch No. 304. Far-
band, will meet on Wednesday eve-
ning. February 18th, 8 p.m., at the
Beth Kl Congregation. Guest speak-
er will be Abe Hamlin, national
director of Histadrut.
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A membership tea will be given
by the Ladies Auxiliary of Con-
gregation Monticcllo Park on Wed-
nesday, February 18th.
Mrs. Elnora Krueger, principal
of the Fulford Elementary School,
will be principal speaker.
Handled jointly by the Member-
ship and Program Committees, the
tea will be co-chaired by Mrs. Saul
Bell and Mrs Daniel Abramowitz.
Becker To Chair Festival
Robert Becker has been appoint-
ed chairman of the Purim Festival
which will be sponsored by the
Israelite Center on Sunday, March
1st. Mrs. Sarah Friedman is co-
chairman.
Present Thomas
Wolfe Plav
Members of the Young Business
and Professional Group of the
Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, saw the
Thomas Wolfe play, The Face Of
America, last night.
Appearing in leading roles were
Terry Wall, Malcolm Stewart and
Sandra Michelberg. The chorus in-
cluded Marie Morewitz, Norma
Green, Rachel Grabin. Barbara
Chcrnin and Pao Huntley.
The production was directed by
Mrs. Gershon Miller, with the as-
sistance of Marie Morewitz, in
charge of scenery. Others on the
staff were Gershon Miller, tech-
nical producer; Zoe Starr, makeup;
Aaron Gluckowsky. stage manager;
and Boris Pritcher, musical direc-
tor.
To Present .?sir
Program At Meet
The Beth David Sisterhood will
meet on Wednesday, February
18th, 1:30 p.m., at the Synagogue.
In honor of Jewish Music Month.
Mrs. Jack Donnerstag will present
a program entitled, Jewish Music
Through The Ages.
Mrs. Donnerstag is a graduate
of New York University. She holds
the BS and MA degrees. For many
years, she was assistant to Hanv
Coopersmith, head of the Depar,
ment of Jewish Music in New Yon:
City.
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Music for Beth David Synagogue;
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rael Border Is Tense; Jewish
:0rces Tcke Action Against Arabs
, ef) from Page A I indication thai the Arab state-
-.-finued from ra ~ |-------------..... --------...-,... may
. 1052 He -;l''' ,ncrc was k emboldened by the new Conv
it this was not done by I munist propaganda line to become
infiltrees but rather on \ even more intransigent" and that
"anti-Israel forces everywhere will
'the new Soviet anti-
ilicy has intensified the
"[ the Arab states to Is-
.,.,;- American Zionist Council.
hich'represents all groups in the
hl Movement in the United
,1,,! last week in an
'',,'. of public opinion on the
nnie trial where the Communist
,l':ffl';i5ainst Israel opened.
Anal) dag the implications of
he trial and its aftermath, the
anted that there is every
|JA Convenes
lere Sunday
Continued from Pag* 1 A
lieu- i" those lands.
[ Th
have
be given new impetus in their cam-
paign to liquidate Israel by politi-
cal means."
The Council emphasized that
much will depend on the attitude of
the United States. "A new out-
break of hostilities in the Middle
East, or even the continuation of
the existing tension, can only serve
Moscow." the Council said. "The
intentions of the Kremlin can be
frustrated if we maintain the in-
tegrity of American policy. That
policy must continue to be the re-
jection of blackmail, the repudia-
tion of appeasement and the
strengthening of all democratic
forces committed to the defense of
freedom."
The Council called for a posi-
, Conference, however, will!" program in the Near East
L before it the fact that Israel's |to res'st tnc Communist threat,
itetence as a sanctuary and n "O" "* "e hand, we must con-
meiand for all Jews in danger is tinue to strengthen Israel, a major
mt difference between v"et'm of Communist anius in that
he present crisis and the situation area. On the other hand, we must
Hialeah Center
Marks Brotherhood
Week Monday
Springs
Statin Engineers
Pottcy Continued from Page 1 A
Hialcah-M.ami Springs Jewish rom Communist Germany. The
Community Center will sponsor a j J(>jnt Dib.ribution Committee reft
Brotherhood Night on Monday ev-; gee sneUpr a, Wann ,. I. presently
eninR February 16th. at 8:13 p.m., carin!{ for M persons ,t nas g
Brotherhood loday. Tomorrow capacitv of G0
And Everyday, will be the subject i __ .. .
of a panel discussion. Participants ( JDC director San Haber. confer-
arc the Reverend Albert Schmidt,
of the Grace Lutheran Church; the
red this week with representatives
of other voluntary relief agencies
Reverend Leo Heim. of the Hia-;on the Ps'on of the refugees. A
; leah Miami Springs Jewish Com-
i munity Center^Mrs. Eva Mae Furr,
i I principal of Miami Springs Ele-
jjmentary School; and Mrs. S. Greg-
ory, ot Miami Springs Methodist
Church.
representative <>t the United Na-
tions High Commissioner for P.efu-
gees has consulted Jewish commu-
nal leaders here on the problems
encountered by Jews from East
Germany. The World Jewish Con-
gress also is conducting a study on
the refugees.
The Jewish Agency has opened
an immigration office in West Ber-
lin to assist Jewish refugees from
will celebrate its 1 h anniversary East Germany who wish to emi-
on Sunday, February 15th. with a rate to Israel Itzhak Raphael,
banquet served at 6 p.m.. in the A*ency immigration head who
Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue. came t0 .P*n. ,he off,ce/ said that
Guest of honor will be Nathan Ithe organization is ready to bring
Chanin. general secretary of the'8" refugees from East Germany
[Workmen's Circle
Fetes Anniversary
The Verband of Greater Miami
decatie ago when Jews menaced
had no similar refuge to
i;,r m safety and freedom.
The Inaugural Conference will
at a time when thou-
Jews in Moslem lands ap-
in a position of serious
: illowing recent national
.;ik-i in several such coun-
articularly Tunisia and
counter Communist courtship of
the Arabs by a program which
strengthens democratic institutions,
in the Arab countries and gives I
the Arab peoples a stake in free-1
dom." the document stated.
The Council emphasized the im-
portance of an early negotiated'
peace settlement between Israel i
and the Arab states, so that all the
peoples of the area may join in
the economic cooperation and de-
velopment and regional defense, j
The longer peace is deferred in the ;
Near East, the greater the danger
of Communist penetration, the
(.:,.
jtra-
I TOO
Kith 1953 opening as a year of
threat ; r many millions of Jews.
Jthe C ilerence will focus sharply
[c. in in Jewry's ro'e in help-
|ir. Israel lo go on saving lives.
lUgural Conference, which \ Council declared.
I addressed by outstanding ------------------------------
[figures hi American. Israeli and Uarbaill VvUll
Le..-h i-'iMimunal affairs, will'
Irrs'i participants from virtual- [ tlvttlis ftZMftt
Bv ill the 43 States, with heavy; !
station from many of the < Barbara Pearl will head the BZB
largest cities. | Chapter of B'nai B nth Girls
: Levy, VIA public rela-i Other officers recently elected
: said a dominant theme '"elude Gail Widlan. vice prcM-
dent; Arlene Sterne. 2nd vice;
president; Connie Goodman, re-j
cording secretary. Sheila Wal-1
baum. corresponding secretary;
Barbara Safer, treasurer; Elaine
Scutchman. sergeant at arms
Barbara Gardner, pledge mis-
Under the auspices of the Sis-
terhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, Robert Merrill,
Metropolitan Opera Tentor,
will be brought here on Wed-
nesday evening, February
18th, 8:30 p.m.. in the Center's
main synagogue at 1701
Washington Avenue. Ac-
cording to Mrs. Joseph A. Ber-
man, president of the Sister-
hood, all proceeds from the
concert will go towards the
Religious School of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Chair-
man of the Ticket Committee
is Mrs. Leo Chaiken. Mrs.
Joseph M. Rose heads the
Patrons Committee. A recep-
tion for Robert Merrill to take
place after the concert will be
arranged by Mrs. Joseph Lip-
ton.
Workmen's Circle who organized
the Verband on a national scale
in 1921.
Chanin will discuss the recent
Soviet persecutions.
to Israel at the "expense of the
Zionist movement."
At Dusseldorf, the Central Coun
cil of Jews in Germany decided
to create a fund to aid Jewish
refugees from the Soviet zone.
Monument Is
Unvoilod For Sal
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Samuel
Saal, former owner of the Sunny
Brook Creamery Dairy, took place
last Sunday at Mount Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery-. Mr. Saal
' is survived by his wife, Tillie; a
I son. Stanley; two daughters. Miss
i Ruth Saal and Mrs Gladys Brett;
I and two brothers. Morris and Nath-
' an.
I i-day meeting here will
pen rts of new persecution of
[Jf.i- ; Communist countries of
|i and Asia.
Uedieaie Stein
Memorial fioont
Rabbi Max M Landman. Evans-
1 ville. Indiana, and Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, spiritual leader of West
. Miami Jewish Center, will conduct
I services during the dedication of
the Isaac Stein Memorial Room at
I Zamora Jewish Center on Sunday.
1 February 15th. 7 p.m
ZOA Greets Dr. Silver
On Sixtieth Birthday
Continued from Pag* 1 A
lenge of grave and perilous events.
"Totalitarian dictatorship in the
vast Communist empire assaults
the dignity of the Jewish people
by the moat grotesque and mali-
cious libels which anti-Semitic
mania has ever devised." the Is-
rael diplomat stated.
"The ha If-forgotten voices of
Goebbels and Streicher have se-
cured a sounding board in the
odious indictment formulated at
Prague and Moscow. Meanwhile,
other totalitarian dictatorship.;
which command the Ara'> world
launched aggressive diatribes
again.'! Israel," Mr. Eban said.
Tifereth Israel i>rive
JTA Special
. : SALEM Premier David,
told Parliament Tues-, tress; Marilyn Burke, editor; Phy-
nationwide manhunt is : Us Pearl, reporter; Elbe Swigelt
lander i ay to find the terrorists; and Reanee Lewis. BBYO repre-
1 the Soviet legation in sentatives; Lillian Rubin and
Pel in Monday night. | Elaine Scutchman. Y Council; and
The \ ife of the Soviet minister ; Audrey Kaplan and Lin Cutler.
I Italian cmplovees were delegates.
Ben-Gurion called the, Mrs. Sue Litvack is advisor of
- an abominable outrage". 1 the group.
Guimar Novaes To
Appear With
U Of M Symphony
uionar Novaes. world famoi
: :n -_- ...;.i. .i, TT_1 i unveiling Ol inc piaiiue in ineiiiuij ai} iuui, o.^u puu.
,st. will appear with the Uni-( ^ ^ takp place vocall,t, Pauline F
ity of Miami Symphony Orches-! cv according ,0 Tambor.no and rad.
under the direction of John .,___, ,...,;.._.. ____ Cnm nc
-wo ore Barry Levin (left), son of ~.-------
^naniel M. Levin, and Jay Bruce Hesa, son of Mr. and Mra.
"ovu Hess, who will be preaented with the Ner Tamid Scout
ward during Friday evening aervicea of Temple Israel. The
"r- W|N cite the two younq Boy Scouts for their outstand-
ln9 work in the field of Jewinh Studiea. .
Guionar Novaes. world famous
pianist, will appear with the Uni-
versity
tra
, Bitter on Sunday evening. Febru-
i ary 15th, and Monday evening.
February 16th. 8:30 p.m.. at the
Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums.
Principal work will be the Con-
certo No. 2 in F minor for Piano
and Orchestra by Frederic Chopin.
Mr. Bitter will conduct the or-
chestra in L'Ascension. by Olivier
Messiaen. contemporary French
composer, and the Symphony No. 7
in A major. Opus 92. by Ludwig
van Beethoven.
When the great Brazilian pian-
ist. Guiomar Novaes, made her
North American debut at the age
of sixteen, the critic of the New-
York Times commented, "Not
every generation hears a'Guiomar
Novaes." and the audience gave the
remarkable young artist an historic
ovation.
Since that memnrab!" event,
Mme. Novaes has continued to
thrill audiences on three conti-
nents with the arlstry that first
dazzled her listeners in New York.
Novaes reviews have continued to
be studded with such adjectives as
"unequalled." "magic' "tower-
ing," and "greatest." and Novaes
concerts are sold out long in ad
vance of her appearance.
Today, this distinguished artist
[holds an unchallenged position in .
the world of music and is acclaim-1
| ed everywhere as "one of the great
pianists of all time '
Funds For Children
Pioneer Women. Club No. 2, will
hold a dinner on Tuesday. Fchru
ary 24th. 6 p.m. at Kncseth Is
rael Congregation. Chairmen are
Mrs. Louis Marcus and Mrs. Rose
Pressman. Proceeds will go for the
Child Rescue Fund, according to
Ida Jacobs, president.
Tife'eth I-.rae! Northside Ten
They will be assisted by Cantor ter will inaugurate a memher-Hi>
Rudolf Brill, who will render the drive with a buffet supper and
musical portion of the service. The dance on Sunday evening. Febru-
unveiling of the plaque in memory ary 15th, 8:30 p.m Featured are
Fried and Jbi"
io commentator
Paul Goldberg, chairman. I Sam Gyson.
The University of Miami will present Arthur Fiedler and the
Boston Pops Orchestra on Friday and Saturday evenings,
February 21st and 22nd. at the Dad3 County and Miami
Beach Auditoriums. Both concerts are scheduled for 8:30
p.m. Featured will be works by Berlioz. Thomas, Straune.
Chabrier, Tschaikowsky, Liszt, Ravel, Anderson. Wagner.
Coates, Frescobaldi-Kindler, Debussy, Rossini, Copland and
Sousa. Mme. Hilde Somer is scheduled soloist.
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Beth David Synagogue will dedicate Friday evening services to the Miami Zionist District of
the ZOA. Above are mmbers of the committee in charge. Left to right are Irving Saal, Harry
Gordon. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Sidney Sachs, prsident, Al Quadow and Louis Falk.
\Z NEXT? ask these Mount Sinai Hospital Jubileers as
scan a list of deliveries for the day. Volunteer workers
| Mount Sinai Hospital, the Jubileers deliver tickets to Jubilee
nlributors for an all-star show at the Miami Beach Auditor-
in March 5th. Mrs. Sam Coolik (left) is chairman of the
tap. Shown with her are Mr.". Joseph Postol and Miss
Lia Orovitz (standing), co-chairmen.
Rabbi Lehrman Speaks
l At Zionist Luncheon
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad- [
dress the Zioriist Luncheon Club;
| on Wednesday, February 18th,
| 12:15 p.m., at the Ritz-Plaza Hotel, I
] 1701 Collins Avenue. His topic will
I be: The Faith Of A Zionist.
Rabbi Lehrman is the tenth gen
eration of his family to pursue the
' Rabbinate in an unbroken chain.
He is the son of the late Rabbi Fishman, Frank A. Gordon. Faye
Tupler, Irving Schatzman and Mr...
Ossip.
Abraham Lehrman. who served as .
Rabbi for 20 years of the Glory
of Israel Hebrew Institute in New
York City.
The Zionist luncheons are a
regular Wednesday function of the
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
trict of which Fred Jonas is acting
president. Al Ossip is chairman
and toast master, assisted by Dan
Broad, Charles H. Lee. Jacob C.
Adult Social Group
The Adult Social Group of th(-
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center will hold a February Hear;
Beat Dance on Saturday. February
14th, 8:30 p.m.. at the Town
Branch.
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r at I on negation Beth Jacob.
f\i\ Moses Mescheloff, spirit-
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^h Junior High School and at-
Beth Jacob Religious School.
\r and Mrs Rappaport will hold
VfP'ion in Alvin's honor on
day evening, at the Beth Jacob
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Miss Busker Will
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Mr and Mr.- Ernest Butter, of
1315 13th Tern**, Miami Beach.
announce the en^a-'ement of their
. :ie. to Gerald Leon
ard Sha I "' M" H,'|pn shaw
Ne York City, and Benjamine
Shaw. a!xi of New York
- Bucker graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School whew -he
cheer leader and received
the Daughter^ of the American
Revolution and the Phi Sign
awards'
She attended the University "I

Mrs. later Boh*
Lambert, Holun Wed
At Temple Israel
Corinne i Lamberl '.420 Ocean
Drive became of Aaron
E Boom z: Tempk Israel on Jan-
I..- 30th Rat: Narot offi-
ciated
Miss Miriai Steii and Simon
1. ... r ."" c iple Lunch-
. at Bettj -
the ceremor.\ A reception vai
held later it tl nl Hotel
inner in Um I
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Reside In Indiana
Miss Ruthe Davis plan* an earl>
mer wedding in Michigan City.
Indiana, former home of her
familj She is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Charles Davis. 2370 >u
22c I Terrace
Her fiance is Howard Tobias
of Mr and Mrs Samuel Tobias
gas City
The bride-elect attended the
rsiti : Wisconsin and the
L'niversit) of Miami Mr Tobias
was i student at Purdue L'ni-
served in the Navy He
the autn supply business in
tiigar itj
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Emma Lazarus Lodge To
Fete Brotherhood Week
The Emi Ige will
W eek
19th.
the Jewisl

The : .:. will include the
us. the Kegi Hui
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Miss Sydtlll Bmker
la and is now a junior at the
l'niversit) of Miami where she is
er leader.
Currently stationed aboard the
yer L'SS Clarence K Bron-
son. Mr shaw attended Willistofl
Academy. Easthampton. liassaellUS-
it;- and Hobart College. Geneva.
New Vorfc. whore he was active on
-port- teams He is now ., seaman
fir>t class in the Navy.

Mrs. Co/r.'r. La4at
bara Cohen Weds
Army Lieutenant
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Dr lost : spirit
Israel ffkiated
br.de has been a resident
Beach for the pa-- 13
yean Shegi mated fron tr-
of Miami in 1953
ant Landa- torn*
Hazletoo Per.r
-- Edward Holtzherg an
late Leo Landau.
He was graduated fro- rnell
l'niversit) :r. 1 tationed at Fort Sill ..noma
- -jrned he-
-; I n| three years in Ger
Mrs. S. George Berklty
Kaplan, Berkley Wed
After Graduation
Miss Rita Kaplan became the
br.de of 5. George Berkley four
days after the couple's graduation
from the I'niversity of Miami.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, officiated at the Sunday-
ceremony in his study. The bride
is the daughter of Mr and Mrs.
M S Kaplan 535 West 50th Street.
Miami Beach
She wore a ballerina-length
white lace dress for the double
ring ceremony Her lace mitts
matched a fingertip veil, and she
carried a white orchid on her white
Bible
Her sister, Mrs Allan Rakow.
atron of honor Best man was
Dr Philip Berkley.
The bride graduated cum laude
the I'niversity of Miami last
week receiving the AB degree Mr
Berkley was granted the l-LB de
jree on the same day from the
I'niversity Law- School
Ileane Fail he Rose
To Wed In May
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Ileane Faithe to Richard Pop-
lack ion of Mr and Mrs George
: lack. Detroit. Michigan, has
.innounced b) Mr and Mrs.
Jark Rose. 1233 lftth Street. Mi-
ami Beach
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at
tended the I'niversity of Florida
Mr Poplack graduated from Wes-
ern Michigan College of Education
and served two years in the Naval
Air Corps.
The couple plan their wedding
for the month of Ma\
Miss Morris *,,,
Meyers, Hamilton
Reside In Chicago
Mr and Mrs Louis w
1668 West Avenue WmT
announced the enga^
their daughter. Mavis, to ft
bert Hamilton at a buffet
on Sunday evening.
The bride-elect graduated.
Miami Beach High School]
tended the I'niversity of
She is now a student at ti,"
versity of Miami Law School
Mr. Hamilton is the son of
and Mrs. Fred Hamilton, c
Illinois. A graduate of Von
High School, he graduated
i Roosevelt College there.
1 the AB degree He is no*
j toward Master degree in .
ogy at the University of Q
The couple will make their
in Chicago, follow ing an ealj
mer wedding
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[jHjjj Jsobel futernick
nick. Rosenson
bthal Tok
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HELEN ALPERT
Mist Inei Milltr
:sobcl Laura Futernick and
Philip Rosenson, both stud-
Ihe University of Miami,
\.int wedding plans.
uncemcnt of the engage
L boon made by the bride-
imnthor, Mrs. May Futer-
1901 S\V 7th Street, and
jier. Morris Futernick. 2731
Avenue,
lance i- the son of Mr. and
L Rosenson, 2134 SW 12th
Miller, Sokol
I Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Miller, of
Lakeland, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Inez Hel
aine, to Charles Wesley Sokol, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sokol, 830
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
The bride-elect graduated from
I-akeland High School and attended
the University of Miami, where she
became a member of Delta Phi Ep-
silon Sorority.
Mr. Sokol was a student at River-
side Military Academy in Gaines-
ville, Georgia, the University of
imbcr of the Future Teach- Miami and Syracuse University.
upper New York State. He is a
member of Zcta Beta Tau Fratern-
ity.
In Miami, he belongs to the
Knights of Pythias and Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge. He is associated
with his father in House and Gar-
j I,, .! den Furniture. Inc.. of Miami and
| America. Miss Futernick
Hongs to Sigma Lambda
[ Sorority, the Human Rela-
|ub and was recently tapped
pi Pi Art Fraternity.
Rosenson attended the Uni-
nf Florida and is now at 1
>f Miami His fra-1 den Furniture, Inc.. of Miami
is Pi Lambda Phi.
Lakeland.
.. Isscrman Weds Robert Wolhnan
fwark; Couple Honeymoon On Beach
knl Mr- Leopold Isserman,
irk. New Jersey, announce
Imaee of their daughter.
[Rhoda, t<> Hubert Sanford
in. son of Mr. and Mrs.
[\Yollman. 949 West 48th
JMiami Beach.
podding took place on Sun-
Newark, with the bride"s
I Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman.
s>i lender of Temnie Israel.
Uk Missouri, and Rabbi Ely
Temple B'nai Jeshurun.
officiating
i in marriage by her father.
lido orc blush pink nylon
pver taffeta and a portrait
er line edged with two rows
ntilly lace which extended
hemline They formed a
filled in with accordion
nvlon on the skirt. Her
eadpiece held her finger-tip
bid she carried a Bible top-
Jith orchids.
G o r t rude Isserman, the
i sister, and Mrs. Charles II-
he bridegroom's sister, were
Ittendants They wore pink
| tulle and lace.
rles llhon. the bridegroom's
ft'mlaw. was best man. Ush-
Mrs. tofcert tVe/lmen
ark; Richard Isserman, Maplewood,
New Jersev: and Donald Clarick,
Elizabeth. New Jersey.
The couple is now honeymoon-
ing on Miami Beach-. Following
three-week stay here, they
a
will
ere Sidney Isserman, the I live in Union, New Jersey. Mr.
uncle. Newark; Philip Is-' Wollman was recently discharged
the bride's brother, St. from the Army after serving two
Robert Bolusky, Newport, I years as a sergeant in the Signal
Island; Sanford Roth. New-1 Corps. _________
Miss Hutkin, Norton
Shapiro Will Wed
Announcement of the betrothal
of Miss Barbara Maxine Hutkin to
Norton Shapiro was made at a
cocktail party in Chicago. Illinois,
at the home of the bridegroom
elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Shapiro.
Miss Hutkin is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield Hutkin.
2841 Sheridan Avenue, Miami
Beach.
The bride-eleW graduated from
Miami Beach High School and is
now a freshman at the University
of Florida.
Mr. Shapiro attended Senn High
School. Chicago; the University of
Illinois, Champaign; Northwestern
University; and is now a junior at
the University of Florida His fra-
ternity is Alpha Epsilon Pi.
5? "*. M* b^. coup,e wmWCd Mia,n,
Hardly had Tht Jewish Floridian been plucked from mailboxes
last Thursday when my phone was so deluged with calls that Will
Crockett, trying to get through from Miami Beach Federal Savings,
hauled in special operator to ask me anxiously, "What's happening
on your line?"
"Much fun," I told her. "I am enjoying it and why don't you
listen in. Doiens of people I don't know are ringing up to shout with
joy over that paragraph on lady-twitters. They say they've exper-
ienced the same thing. Nobody, of course, mentioned any names.
But I can now guarantee the presence of at least 200 twitters in
South Florida, ladies or otherwise. They say I should rankle in print
more often. They're standing by."
Actually, people are pretty wonderful.
Not so good, though, is the current "situation" on Miami Beach
created by wrathful folk who, on Wednesday, were arguing the case
for and against a kosher meat inspector. This was on the City Council
agenda that day. The Beach newspaper carried a brief news report
of the hearing. The reported was Hal Bergida.
Wrathfully, the wrathful are accusing Bergida of everything from
misstatements to bribery. Curiously, they have levelled at his employ-
ers the fact that he's plainly anti-semitic. Reporters from the Miami
papers (which didn't bother to run any report) are verifying Bergida's
accuracy and how, indeed, he "played down" what was an embarras-
sing public display of tempers.
Well, listen to this. Bergida is a guy to whom freedom of the
press is no mtre phrase. Bergida was editor of the Tamiami News,
and you readers in West Miami remember his editorials on democ-
racy. Bergida, unlike his accusers, fought for freedom. He's a
wounded World War II vet. And the payoff is this: Bergida is a
Jew. Now who's being anti-semiticI
NEIGHBORS:
Enjoying a Havana jaunt are the Charles Wolfs ... Be Kind to
Animals Week works year-round for Bill and Blanche Kleeman.
Blanche, onetime science teacher, doesn't pull the old gag, "Don't
forget to put the cat out, dear", because the cat is already out. For it.
Bill sets a careful saucer of milk under his parked car, every night.
It's a lonely little stray .
"SAND IN YOUR SHOES":
The whole community is zinging into action to make a solid
click-show of "Sand in Your Shoes", musical history of Greater Miami
sponsored, as you know, to further the funds of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Centers.
The brain child of Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof for a big community
endeavor with a valuable and permanent impact, "Sand in Your
Shoes" (and how valiantly she fought for that title!) has already
reach'd deep into the community. Cooperating for top help are
Florida Power and Light, Peoples Water and Gas, Southern Bell
Telephonebe sure to catch their "pioneer phone" exhibit, says
Mrs. Minnie Brehmer, the sturdy roster of Miami Pioneers, Inc.
who settled here in 1896, 1898(and they look so young!), Miami
Public Library, radio and teevee, numerous clubs. Chambers of Com-
merce, Burdine's, and all songwriters in the ICAPA. That's part of
the list.
First Chamber of Commerce to pitch in sent such a cutie as
shouldn't be concealed from any roving eye. Wrote Secretary Melvin
, I. Muroff: "In solemn conclave we have endorsed the 'Sand in Your
Shoes' production and you may trigger this bombshell to awaken a
slumbering community to the fact that it has a past. Couch this in-
spired and inspiring announcement how you will and we shall re-
main. Cordially, Miami Beach Jaycees."
First club to beg for a prevue-on the-program is Miami Beach
Kiwanis, through Ritter Levinson. They got itFeb. 26th! .
Interesting note is that Burdine's, which owns a copyright on the
tag "Sand in Your Shoes", attached to its Burdine-created cotton
print, has waived its rights, and will also cooperate with a ticket booth
starting Feb. 23rd .
Music-man Robert Strassburg dragged his theme song hot off the
piano Sunday to play and sing it at Dr. Bertha Foster's home for the
ICAPA membership of Independent Composers, Authors and Publish-
ers Association. They're submitting songs on Miami or Florida to
their own officials, then to the "Sand in Your Shoes" contest for a
, public introduction the night of March 1st, at Miami Beach Auditor
i ium Next day, the song goes to New York ... One feller everybody
knows is ICAPA member Al Raymond, oldtime song-plugger for AI
| Jolson. A.'s got a published new song of his own. The group's attorney
is Ed Klein ___,
Meanwhile, Strassburg's sent out a flash SOS for more singers
who can sight-read. Rehearsals are Monday and Thursday evenings
at 8 sharp, in the Town "Y".
Miss Elaine Nemefh
Elaine Nemeth Will
Be .lime Bride
Miss Elaine Ceceille Nemeth
will be a June bride. Her engage-
ment to Mr. Barry M. Rothenh.-rt
is announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Nemeth. 6366 SW
13th Street. West Miami.
Miss Nemeth graduated from Mi-
ami High School and is now em-
ployed as a secretary at Burdine's
Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mr;
Irving Rothenberg. 1120 Wallace
Street, Coral Gables, is a fresh-
man at the University of Miami
Law School. His fraternity is /eta
Beta Tau.
Present Musical Comedy
A three act musical comedy. A
Tropical Mock Divorce, will be pre
sented by the Golden Age Friend-
ship group of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center. To rn
Branch, on Sunday. February 13th
at 8:15 p.m.
Beloved and so successful poet Hannah Kahn was one of the guests
at Library director Helga Eason's Open House, whose stunning wall-
hues were picked by husband Jack Eason. Hannah is one of the great
inspiration! to all. hereabouts. The most modest of humans, she holds
a full time office job. cares for a husband, home and family, markets,
cook* cleans and writes and all good! ... In the same tradition
is Marian (Mrs Isadore) Sussman who swapped Alabama college for
marriage has a couple of cute young fry. and picked up college again
through night classes at the Univ. of Miami, to graduate Cum, I_uide
and receive a September appointment as science teacher in Kinloch
Park It look her two and a half years, but she made it. And. like
Hannah good' This news was relayed by her baby sitter who ought
to have at least one degree of that degree. Bachelor of Education.
Who' Dorothy Alpert. Of course you might argue that Dorothy was
rofiting as well, test tubing plans for B'nai Brith Women-welli as
Their Feb 15th Valentine Dance at the Sherry-and Feb. 17th meeting
at the Town "Y"and Donor Lunchean at the Algiers March 3rd.
Yep, *_ might say she was pretty busy. too. Her chapter president
,S "tHe'wORLD^a"SMALL PLACE DEPT.: Sam Hirsch's mother
and father, visiting here from Trenton. N.J.. dropped in to carry a
hello to Miami's Mr and Mrs. Ed Braun from Ed Braun s sister there.
Mrs Julia Fass In Trenton, they'd hardly met. Here, a thousand
-lies away they became Fass friends. (Okay-I feel more puns creep
ing up. I will now desist. On the other hand, if I continue, maybe you
i will have to telephone me again?)
Mrs. Svmner Spellman
Spellmans Travel
Through Florida
A trip through Florida followed
the wedding of Mr and Mrs. S :.ii
ner Spellman on January 25th
The bride is the former Ilh>d
Wettenberg. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. B. Litwin. 3410 SW 6th Street,
Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro official
ed at the ceremony in Zamora Jew-
ish Center.
Attendants were Mrs. Th. M
Bouvier. the bride's sister, and
Irwin Spellman, the bridegroom's
brother. Miss. Myra Martinez waa
soloist. Pianist was Miss Kitty Bet
terson.
Newlywed Mrs. Spellman is em-
ployed by Walgreen's Drug Store.
The groom, who served four years
in the US Navy, is in the seniee
station business. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Spellman, 3435 NW
15th Street.
Mrs. Eskol At CIA Afioir
Mrs. Alisa Klausner Eskol. n>ted
lecturer and writer from Israel,
spoke in behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal at a luncheon of
the Apartment House Unit faster
day in the Ritz Plaza Hotel.




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COMMENT: The(Jew-
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Ko insist, however, that
Vnce addressed to The
Indian for publication
Ibe accompanied by the
Less. While Mr. Lev-
I are certainly pertinent
Live we reserve their
[until he identifies him-
The Jewish Kloridian
pioridian:
is a copy of a letter
,p to Rabbi Joseph
protesting the outrag-
prices of Kosher meat
|nil area The signatures
my friends and neigh-
fadded to this letter.
I subject which I am sure
\\ concern t>> many of
i, this letter <<>r any-
on the subject) were
[in your new-paper, it
|jro a great many worn-
Jctantly pay these prices
(meat. 1" lake action and
tmilar petitions of pro-
W own neighborhoods.
pethini; could be done
Ibscriher to The Jewish
ln'1 an interested reader.
I am sure that your publication is
the best medium for reaching the
Jewish people of Miami who I am
sure feel the way I do on this
topic.
I realize that due to the fact
that many of your advertisers are
kosher butchers, you may hesi-
tate to print anything of this nat-
ure. However, my own butcher
claims that the high prices origin-
ate with the wholesalers. If this is
the case, the grievance of the Jew-
ish women of this community is
with the wholesalers, and the low-
ering of prices should help, rather
than hinder, the retail kosher
butchers by bringing a greater vol-
ume of business to them.
Mrs. Robert F. Bloch
January 29, 1953
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky,
Miami Beach. Florida.
Dear Rabbi Rackovsky,
This letter is being written to
you with the hope that something
can be done to bring down the
prices of Kosher meat in the Mi-
ami area.
I am a young Jewish housewife
and have been a resident of Miami
Beach for five years. I have al-
ways lived in a kosher home and
had always intended to bring my
children up in a kosher home.
However, this seems to be becom-
ing more and more difficult.
When one picks up a newspaper
and reads that meat is at it's low-1
est price in years, and then reads ,
the advertisements for non-kosher .
meats, it is enough to drive almost j
any Jewish woman to buy "trefe" i
meat. As an example, I quote'
prices from ads in the Miami Her-1
aid of this morning: All US Gov't!
graded choice rib roast69c a lb.
. calf liver89c a lb chuck |
roast43c a lb. a contrast, I have
(Men paying for rib roast$1.30 a
lb calf liver$1.75 a lb .
and chuck roast$1.20 a lb.
Although one does expect to pay
a little more for kosher meat, this
seems not just a little, but a lot
out of line.
I am not alone in feeling this
way. Among my friends, more and
more women have left the Kosher
Butcher for the Super Market
and this would not be so if the
prices were more reasonable.
The home is the center of Jew-
ish life. A Kosher home is the
back-bone of Judaism. Why must
the Kosher butcher drive the
young Jewish women away from
the traditions we would like to
uphold?
Mrs. Robert F. Bloch
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JS^FEtaJ
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evenin
;it 8:18 p.m Hj M irri ;
and B n K. c ml ir, w I
>i.. tin Pinkel: teii at) >ri ej. will
liscuss Broth* rh i id Hosts al the
Oneg Shabbat will be Mr an Mrs
Vlbert Wei iberg Can lies will be
blessed bj Miss Marian Schwartz.
hi Miami, and Miss Esth r r ie I
man. of West New York. New Jer
sej Saturday moroinj services are
;ii 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will discuss the Weekly Por
tion
>
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fridaj evening sen
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer
\brahowib officiating and preach-
ing on the topic: The Spirit Of Lin-
coln. The Center Choir under the
leadership of A Louis Mechlowitz
will assist Cantor Edward Klein in
the musical portion of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
8 45 am, when Richard, son of Mr
mil Mrs. Frank Briskman. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINCS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Children oi the He-
brew School will assist Reverend
Leon Heim. Subject of the Rever-
end's discourse is scheduled as
uti.it Do We Teach For Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Simon will be hosts ..:
th. Oneg Shabbal Saturdaj
in', services are al 9 a m m ith Ri .
erend Heim preaching on the
Weekly Portion Mil
" arh
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold 1
i'vi uing services al 5 30 p m I ati
in 8 IS p.m when the
M< n's Club v ill be honored I
Si on April will officiate an I
Do We Have True Den
o" Josepl I president ol
ih.' Men's Club, will follow with a
The Oneg Sh
is -cheduled to be under thi
I Mrs Joseph Schwa
" : her mother Sal
ning servici
i Rabbi April will ;
0 ir Ri lij
Vnd Edm Institutions
' -' '.....iss ;- at 4 |
Mil la an s

i Seudos un
:|
;it 8

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold ir: i ening
sen ice al 19 p s iturdaj
mornin i sen ices are il
Rabbi Ji seph Rack n skj will
k on the topic Civil
Societj Al 4 p m Rabbi Ra< koi
sky will discuss the Week:'. Por
tion Mincha is al 4 30 p.m follow-
ed bj Shalos Seud is and Maarh
Daib senlces are at 7:30 a m and
at 9: (9 p n
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Fridaj evening services at
sundown. Saturdaj morning serv-
ices are al 8:30 a m Rabbi Shmar-
vahu Swirskv will discuss: The
Compelling Power Of Prayer
Monologue Or Dialogue. A class in
Talmud is scheduled for 4 30 p m
Mincha will be at 9:19 p.m., fol
lowed bj Shalos Seudos, Harold,
son of Mr and Mr- Irving Bob
son. 2930 SW 11th Street, will be
Bar MiUvah during the Sahhath
mo mini: service
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:19 p ::i Guest speaker will
be Reverend Russell Rleinginna
ti ins Chaplain and Minister
oi the Lutheran Faith The Center
will io:n in cell February
a* Expand Human Brotherhood
Saturday ri": ng sen ices
; when Bryan Rare-
st Soil waj students
fthel | leliver
nettes \ Kid lush will fol-
low th
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Zameri :.-
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tn be delivered by Rabbi Shapiro
is Public Opinion <>n The State Of
Israel Sidnej Sachs will be speak
er daring the Oneg Shabbal soon
sored bj Mr and Mrs Harry
White Floral offerings are In Mr.
and Mrs Walter fnhen. Saturday
morning servici are scheduled for
9 a m \- hen Paul White will be-
come Bar Mitzvah
ol Mr and .Mrs Jack E. Law-
M ill take place. Cantor Samuel
K< emer will render the musical
n ol ihe liturgy,
* <* *
HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Idte
Fridaj evening services at 8.30
;> in with Cantor Joseph W. Malek
rendering the musical portion of
iln liturg) Kiddush will be recited
b) children of the Religious School.
An Oneg Shabbal will follow. Daily
services are at 9 a.m.. and 6 p.m..
conducted by Cantor Mordechai
Haalman. |

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold regular sen-ices Friday at
8:19 p.m with Reverend Rudolf E.
Brill officiating, Arthur Deutsch.
chairman of the Religious Commit-
tee, will speak on Self imposed
>..!!> An One:; Shabbat will be
icl bj tho Sisterhood. Serv-
ici- will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday.
and will be followed by a Kiddush.

AG'JDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
ning services at 6 p.m.. with Rabbi
Isaac Ever officiating. In honor of
National Brotherhood Week, the
I Rabbi will discourse on the topic:
let Thy Brother Live With Thee
Saturday morning services are at 9
: am The Sanctuary-Foundation Of
, The Croat Structure Of A United
Brotherhood, will be the subject of
a sermon to be delivered at that
time Mincha is at 5 p.m.. and will
; be followed b) Shalos Seudos.
25! "(
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move,, ,,, 2J
W'H Posl th.
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will i
spiriiu.
, C"k,rs- ,
leader <*,
' a discourse taT
Leader, Mr ^
Jgd will ,* h
Shabbal ln honor of
vah "f their v,
services on Saturt,
; am Mmrha will b-
l'*--l by Shalo,
services ire a, 7 (
J V.IAMI BEACH
I TER win hold Frltn
!*-'; at S 30 pm..^.
iLenrnian officiatiar
ing: We Build F(
I Saturday morning,
9 am when the
the Weekl) Portion _
Bible class is schediuaj
Mincha will be at
! lowed by Shalos
David Silverman ..
I musical portion at alli
I Bitted by the Center i
the direction of Jo
man
TIFERETH I SRAElI
SIDE CENTER holJ
mornin.' -enices at!
D. Rosner Management
HOTEL
Good
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will
"' and at 8:1!
:' Cassel will
S
IT ','. n : Win
ar.tor Abral
lions of th. -.-r\
s an
30 a.i
* is i r 4:45 i
HE8REW ACADEMY w II h ild
Fruii. evi at 5 4"<
p.m. Sal irdaj morn ,-,.
' l whi n Rabbi \ xander
Gr i-- will officiate The -
will Ik dedicate to Torah Stud)
Month Lester Brickman, 8th
Acaden i stu lent, wi : deliver Ihe
' v t for chil-
un-
der th super Hi Uex
5 S risers I be Mrs
: Mrs. 1 .is.,
' i '-.i .- al 5 :;n p.m.,
:
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
vening services at
with
Mm >:^ ipir i a n d Cantor
::.:
: '> ,ht' Si idenl h .ir under
I Mr- Jai
heated
': mi Zionist 1
S ney Sachs
lent, Irving Saal
Subject of a di!
g& Triron Hotel Dining Room
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TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
hold Fridaj evening services at
8 15 p.m.. with Dr Joseph N'arot
officiating and discussing: Religion
And Patriotism The service will
observe Familj Night Sabbath.
with children of the Religious
Sc1m.iI participating The Bar Mitz
\ali oi Jeffrey, son "f Mr and Mb.
Arthur T Herman, will take place
at that time Jaj Bruce Hess and
Burn Levin will also be awarded
for their work in the field of Jew
ish studies
TEMPLE BETH SOLOM uill hold
Fridaj evening services at 8 15 j
p m with ab l.. on Kronish of
ficiating and di i .. a Torah
For Tomorrow The presentation of I
ol Law to Beth Sholom will ;
l>e made at that time bj Mr and i
Mrs Di Seplei in memorj of
v'- Sepler's 1 it hi r John A Kor
Saturday morning sen ices
re al 10 45 a m when the Bar
v v ;! ard Medoff.i
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PAGE 13 A
T; j ii j Shapiro Resigns As
10U atta Me Assistant Solicitor
1
Uween
By BORIS SMOLAR
I ,t. 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
OPMENTS: 0f tne pac( (0 Parliament until
mpaign afiainst' after the forthcoming Parliamen-
, ?,",', unexpected tary elections This, it was fear-
. to the I'nited ed, could have affected the ratifi-.
Moved by the cation of the agreement, since no i
ncss 'if the posi- [ one can predict the composition of i
in countries behind the new Parliament However, i
Jewish commu word received here by interested
letting larger K<>als Jewish groups from influential
rj\ drive than for groups in Germany leave no doubt,
tn Philadelphia, a that the Social Democrats and the
,'eeting addressed by Adenauer Party will, even after the
M Warburg resulted new elections, form a majority in
UOO in pledges, which the Bonn Parliament and will be I
Git increase over the able to force implementation of
of the same group the agreement.
[ m Cleveland, a goal I
|. set for this years PERSONAL PROFILES:
compared with the Jews in America will be proud of
liscd last year ,he fjlm Tonight We Sing, which'
b-c, a group "f con i wi s()on be shown throughout the
the L'JA announced C0Untry ... It is a tribute to an
[h are 20 percent great- immigrant Jew who brought to the ,
B=2 Pittsburgh was
(ounce a V-' KM.OOOgoal
ult of the ant i Jewish
Its in the countries be-
|n Curtain, raised it to
In Miami, a group
Inrs which last year
pledged S580.0O0 for
All in all. the UJA
cominy to the great
-c;in.j the 1153 ca"i-
lh will be held in Mi-
nn Kebruarv 15th
.i '. t_i.t. are making history in the world of
tpeeutmn Hat Jewsh ^ Himse|f a ^
fJHZ ,nti tewish modest Person. Mr. Hurok is very
ed by the ant.-Jewsh interested in everything that
countries behind the ,,__._ i_ _._:__,___j
Herbert S. Shapiro has an
nounced his resignation as assist
ant county solicitor of Dade Coun-
ty after more than four years serv-
ice and his return to private prac-
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
United States the very best in
music and ballet ... It presents
the life of Sol Hurok, noted Jew-
ish impressario, who came to the
United Stales from Czarist Russia
| as a young man and started his
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... It was he who later managed
in the US tours and concerts of
Herbert Shapiro
tice with the law firm of Berick.
Shapiro & Fried.
During his term in office as an
such world-renowned celebrities as assistant to Robert R. Taylor, Sha-
Feodor Chalipin, Anna Pavlova, pjro prosecuted more than 5,000
cases before the criminal courts of
Eugene Ysaye, Marion Anderson
and dozens of others who made or
b. will gear their cam-'.
is Jewish and lends a helping hand
meet every possible I
in Jewish affairs
It was he
who arranged the US tour of the
Israel Symphony last year
Dade County.
He also was instrumental in in-
vestigating and protecting mer-
chants here from illicit advertis-
ing schemes by unauthorized Eng-
lish-Jewish periodicals.
Shapiro is a World War II vet-
It is he who contributes to the eran, with four years service, dur-
Iv Bro-German speech success of Jewish philanthropic ing whith he was awarded the
Ithe annual meeting of ^^^^'^'"S'^^Vhf'' Bronze Star Medal. Formerly, he
* I JSSi honoMhl American Fr^nd" was an instructor at the University
for Israel Institutions recently gave of France.
an impressive dinner at the Wal- Prior to his admission to prac-
dorf Astoria Hotel in New York tice here, he was associated with
... The film, in techniicolor. sets two New York law firms.
forth his modesty, his ambition to ;
spread the best in music among
people who cannot afford to pay
Germany | h*h Prices. and *\s. evoUon to
bv tne | art and music ... It is the kind ol
" a film that one wants to see sev-,
By. former US High
jer for Germany, was
Jout of place by many
led the meeting .
kot hesitate to criticize
er, in expressing their
his speech after the
ling was over The
I overshadowed
here are liberal people
1 Adenauer type ... It
nown fact that even in
\i Adenauer's own Chris-
eratic Party, some are
[ly opposed to the idea
Rny should pay repara-
ael and the Jews .
[felly, leaders of American
ups had a private meet-
he new US High Com-
|for Germany, Professor
Conant. prior to his de-
' Germany All indi-
nt to the fact that the
irliament will ratify the
pact with Israel no
hard the pro-Arab ele-
permany work against it
I suspected by some that
>uer government might
I to postpone submission
eral times because it is really a
treat to the ear and to the eye .
The singing and music are done by
such great artists as Ezio Pinza.
Isaac Stern and other artists of
similar rank There are excel
lent scenes from famous operas
and ballets Tamara Touma-
nova portrays Anna Pavlova, keep-
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Saperstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Philip
Saperstein. formerly of 846 Mich-
igan Avenue Miami Beach ~...
take place Sunday. February 15th
2 pm. at the Workme
Plot of Mount S (tars Mr
Saperstein ie-sill'lied bj hit
Jennie, and a nephew. Mas Mark;
Ke was a member of the Work-
- Circle Branch 692 Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
-.is and relatives are asked to
be present.
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The dedication of a moc-i"
e memory of the lab
GraM Eormerr* of 1185 NW 30th
*.'.': take place Sunday. Feb-
Ifltb 2 ? ~ at II .-
Cemetery, with Rabbi S T Swirsky
::'.;.atine. Mrs Gr. rl -arriv-
ed by her bestead David and 3
r- Leonard. Her-, and Oscar
a daughter. Esther Kerstatten. 3
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Berkell Unveiling
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association
President of the Southeast
fcp.omo.ric AOCjtonito
lam H Knblenz. of 4230 bW
U, He succeeds Dr. Glenn
P Coral Gables,
lice president is Dr. S G.
L Miami Beach. Other
Include D. Ro; bert Tan-
lh Miami, re-elected secre-
Ij Chester Hotter, Miami
treasurer.
Intatarms will be Dr.
| Hall, "f South Mianii.
L directors were Drs.
iBrimn. Frl Lauderdale,
Stfrt. Miami.
fovaes Interviewed
brie Voipe will Interview
Novacs. pianist, on her
B-'ram Saturday. February
mt Station WHAT at 6:30
ne. Novacs appears with
hrsity of Miami Symphony
[a on Sunday. February
| Miami Beach Auditorium.
{Monday. February 16th, at
i County Auditorium.
ineze Names
To Post
hling
lnc. one of Miami's
banufacturers of furniture,
announced the appoint-
Al Freehling as adminis-
issistant.
aduated from Miami
V hool, attended the
ii. of Al ibama and is eom-
idies at the Uni-
p! Mianii
(ir: in Government, he
! 11 the University in
and handled all
Ipublic relations affairs un
as i lected vice president
ludent bod) last spring.
j serving as vice president.
bo on scholarship at the
|::.. assuming the position
! relation" director for the
I two band".
[student. Freehling was a
[of Sigma Alpha Mu Social
jty. Alpha Phi Omega Serv-
wnity Arnold Air Society
I Honorary and was tapped
Jtron Delta Kappa and Iron
national and local leader-
FPS.
n was twice chosen a na-
ktudent leader, named to
ho In American Colleges
llversities a n d made the
1st.
|? begun hi" administrative
iStylaneze and will receive
..i the University
in June Freehling is 21.
he son nf Mr and Mrs. Je-
iFreehlinn. <>f 1231 S\V 19th
Samvtl Burshtyn
Samuel Burshtyn
Is Miami Visitor
Currently visiting in Miami is
the Yiddish writer Samuel Bursh-
tyn.
Mr. Burshtyn was born in Keltz,
Poland, and came to New York
City in 1908. Since 1921, he has
toured Europe five times. Later
travels included trips to Mexico
four times and numerous journeys
throughout the United States.
Last summer. Mr. Burshtyn was
in Paris. France. He had only
shortly before then returned from
a stay in Israel.
He is currently here following
the publication of his most recent
work, The Masquerade Ball Of Per-
dition. The author of many nov-
els, short stories and poems, his
writings include: On The Great
World. On The Rails Of Ideas.
Through Lightening And Clouds
and The Golden Triumph.
Mr. Burshtyn is at The Senate
Hotel. 139 NE 2nd Avenue.
Perlmutter Wins
Student Honors
Lary Perlmutter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius J. Perlmutter, 1441 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, has been
chosen one of the top four schol-
ars in Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.
President of the University of
Miami Chapter. Perlmutter was se-
lected for his scholastic standing
in competition with some 14.000
ZBT members throughout the na-
tion.
His average currently qualifies
him for magna cum laude gradu-
ation at the University of Miami
in June.
Perlmutter is president of the
Interfratcrnity Council, chairman
of the Student Expansion Commit-
tee and a member of Omicron Del-
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once and. with a team mate, won
the southeastern debate title last
year.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1953
SEC. B
Israel- US Drama
Tour Is Due Here
^comfortable Time Seen
Ahead For Soviets At UN
Uonstrations Take Place At
issian New York Headquarters
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Telegraphic
Mfhl.
I, null
pv. 1l' I
EP NATIONS There is
that the Israeli decision
g to the attention of this
organization the anti-Semi-
Impaign behind the Iron Cur-
jjoin^ t" provide the Soviet
Ition with a very uneomfort-
(to put it mildly) when
event h General Assembly is
ed al Ihe end of Febru-
Imitrations have already
place outside t he Soviet
lation headquarter* in New
[protesting against the arrest
Jewish doctors and the ac-
tion that lewish organizations
I been engaged in espionage.
k and official reaction in
Jeountries and particularly in
L'nited States and the United
Bom. has been such that the
delegation will be assured
|e itrongest support for this
I delegation has not yet decid-
L it will bring up the matter.
ft is unlikely that it will ask
I to be considered under a sep-
item At present, it is study-
agenda to pick the best
despot for the question to be
in- items have been left over
second part of the Assem-
fhe> arc 1 Korea; 2. Disarm-
fct; 3 Collective Measures; 4.
nation of (ireek soldiers:; 5.
perence of the l'nited States
internal affairs of other
tries; (i Measure! to strength
face: 7 Investigation of charg-
tjerm warfare; 8. Appoint-
of a new Secretary General;
|9. United Nations personnel
pder normal circumstances, tha
Israeli delegation would not be
particularly interested in any of
these items; although an Israeli
representative is rapporteur of
been forthcoming yet of genocide,
and. as an official here asked:
"Why spoil a good case by exag-
geration." The Israeli delegation is
merely going to draw the attention
of the United Nations to what is
happening: it is not going to ask
for any action. The value of such
a move is that it will expose the
Soil 100 Tree* For
>ai m:ii Fund
Pioneer Women, Golda Myer-
son Club, held a Tu B'shvat cele-
bration early last week at Con-
gregation Beth El.
Guest sDeaker was Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff. Some 100 trees were
sold for the Jewish National Fund.
Chairman of the evening was Mrs.
Sophie Seem in
The group met again on
Tuesday. February 10th. at Beth
El.
the Peace Observation Commission ] Soviet bloc and its practises to the
and would probably have to make world,
a report on the work of this com-
mission when the third item on
Collective Measures is considered.
That does not mean to say that
the delegation would have ignored
the Second Part of the Assembly-
far from that, it would have tak-
en part in the discussion and Am-
bassador Abba S. Eban's contribu-
tions to the Korean debate, which
is coming up again, have been
greatly appreciated. Now, however,
the delegation has a much greater
concern in the agenda.
H would seem that the two best
places to raise the question of
anti-Semitism behind the Iron Cur-
I tain are Items 5 and 6. Ironically-
enough, both of them were sub-
mitted by Soviet satellites presum-
ably for the purpose of Soviet pro
paganda Item 5. put in by Czecho-
slovakia, refers to the United
States Mutual Security Act and
covers the charges that Jewish or-1
ganizations were being used for
espionage as Soviet propaganda
have alleged that they were being
financed by the MSA.
What better place to show up.
the hypocrisy of the Soviet peace!
campaign than bringing up this
question during the consideration
of the Polish portmanteau item.
Item 6. which is entitled "Meas-
ures to avert the threat of a new
world war and to strengthen peace
and friendship among the na
tions."
There have been reports here
that the Israeli delegation is go-
ing to charge the Soviet Union
with genocide. Although the situ-
ation is serious, no evidence has
Tension High
TEL AVIV (JTA) New ten-
sions gripped Israel and Jordan
this week as the Arab League
invoked its mutual aid treaty
with Britain and asked for help
in defending her frontiers
against the Jews. Premier David
Ben -Gurion interrupted a holi-
day here to attend a special cab-
inet meeting in Jerusalem.
The national touring company,
Hen's Israel1953 Edition, will
appear in Miami on Monday even-
ing. February 16th, 8:30 p.m., at
Beth David Congregation.
The performance will be under
the joint auspices of the Miami
Zionist District and the Zionist Or-
ganization of America. Sidney
Sachs, District president, indicated
here that the tour is being launch-
ed as a good-will affair and stars
Israeli and US artists.
Featured will be Israeli-born
Dina Peskin, star of the RKO-Israel
film. Faithful City, the latest beau-
ty to come out of the Holy Land.
Still in her teens, Miss Peskin
has won wide acclaim for her out-
landing performance in the first
full length English language mo-
tion picture made in Israel. A vi-
brant stage personality, she has
the distinction of being the young-
est member of Israel's national
theatre, Habimah.
The talented young "sabra" is
also an accomplished dancer and
eloquently portrays through the
medium of the dance the pulse-
beat of life in Israel as it is lived,
today its trials and tribulations.'
its hopes, its dreams and its aspira-
tions.
Miss Peskin has come to New
York to complete her professional
I studiesdancing with Martha Gra-
ham and as a two-year scholarship
j student at the Neighborhood Play-
house.
Also appearing will be Mort
| Freeman, accomplished young Am-
erican baritone and an artist who
i has dedicated himself to spreading
| the songs and music of Israel. He
has been featured as soloist in
New York's leading concert halls
As a recording artist, he assisted
in making the records in
bum, Fighting Songs Of Israel, re
leased by
dation.
Dina Peskin
Mort Freeman
Following a successrui rour of
Israel, where he sang in the kib-
butzim as well as in the larger
cities, Mr. Freeman appeared in an
extended engagement at New
York's Israel Cafe Habibi.
Rounding out the cast of the
tour will be Shmuel Fershko, Is-
raeli composer and concert pian-
ist.
iioUlen Aaern To
Continue Clattttrs
The Golden Age Friendship Cub
of the Beacn Branch. Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, an-
nounces that English classes will
continue throughout the winter
season and spring seasons and that
students may enroll at any time.
Classes are geared to suit tile
individual student, according to
the announcement.
Instructions are currently given
from beginners' level to advance
classes. Don Schrager. of the Dade
County School system, conducts
the class in spelling, diction, letter-
writing and reading.
Classes are free of charge and
held on Monday and Thurs-
are
day.
4:30 p.m to 6 p.m.. at
the al- Beach Branch. 1536 Bay Road. The
...ael. re-| Club also offers Dancing Classes
the Israel Music Foun-1 on Sundays at 12 noon, and a So-
cial at 2 p.m.
LOOK for this SIGN
laustein Will Head AJ
immittee In New Term
Bl YORK (JTA) Jacob
ptein, who was re-elected prcs-
I the American Jewish Qou-
told the 500 Jewish leader
attended the annual meeting
(the l'nited States is the real
pt of the Kremlin's anti-Semit-
lolicy.
P> openly adopting the viscious
Ice of anti-Semitism," he stat-
I'the Red leaders are trying
pre extreme neo-Nazi and neo-1
pist groups into an anti Ameri-1
bloc. The insecure Moscow i
|ers hope that this tactic will!
ftate the American policy of
1'ng a democratic coalition
ng enough to thwart Red ag-
psion."
Mm J. McCloy, former US High
paissioner to Germany, told
[nteetins that the present anti-
Pk drive the Kremlin is stag-
's an attempt to gain friends,
PUy among the Arabs but also
* '""^ German! that are un-
nerate He pointed out that
world suffered in 1939. when
Nazis made their deal. The
, Would suffer terribly if it
occurred again."
N M. Engel. chairman of
,. cecuUve rn>mfttee. said
t2USemi,es and racist rab-
2T f '"e United SUtes
> >ns aid and comfort to the
Kl,n '.he ,a,est Mosco* h**
* Only by recognizing
Communist and Fascist strategy," i
Engel said, "by condemning anti-
religious. anti-Semitic and other
bigoted appeals and by maintain-
ing the unshakable unity of the |
democratic nations can we meet
this new totalitarian challenge to '
world peace and freedom."
Cuban Cabinet
Denounces Reds
I HAVANA (JTA> The Govern- j
j ment of Cuba has made public a j
1 declaration condemning anti-Jew-
ish propaganda in the countries
behind the Iron Curtain and indi-
cating that its representative will
raise at the United Nations the
question of worldwide denunci-
ation of Moscow's anti-Jewish pol-
icy.
The declaration was adopted at
a meeting of the Cabinet and was
issued over the signature of Presi-
dent Fulgencia Batista. It empha-
sizes that anti-Semitism is contrary
to the democratic spirit of free
nations and appeals to all demo
cratic countries to secure a halt
to the anti-Jewish drive in the
Communist countries.
At the same time, the Jews of
Cuba held a meeting in the Jewish
center here at which a resolution
was adopted protesting Moscow's
campaign against Jews.
. displayed everywhere
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ijBRUARTi
Combined Appeal Sets Drive St
Gale To Conduct Youth Division Of
1953 Appeal; Slate Goal of $5,000
Ephraim Gale, executive director 14. members of National J<
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com- Youth organizations and .im-
munity groups of similar age; teen-
age groups; and Young Adults
A three-way solicitation plan 1-
-nunity Center, has been named to
coordinate the Youth Division of
The 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign.
The Goal of the Youth Division
Form New Drive
For Residents
v drive to solicit
: apartment house owners and
Gn ater Miami will be
mbined Jewish
Appeal Apartment House Division
short !>. it ha- been announced by
bas been set at S5.000. The sum teer workers and as contributors
represents an increase over the A social rally and dance will be
1952 Quota, brought about by the
increased needs of the local bene-
. ficiary agencies and costs of con-
tinued relief and rehabilitation in
!-rael and overseas.
Assisting Gale will be a profes-
sion;.! advisory committee com-
"irisid of top social workers, agen-
ts directors, and youth educators
from the Dade County area.
Serving on this group will be Dr.
Donald Michelson, director of the
Hillel Foundation at the University
; '<':ami and a member of its
faculty; Jerry Carver, director of
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
. .:nrt. Zionist Youth
Council; Louis Schwartzman direc-
: the Bureau of Jewish Kduca- :
tion; Ji : G rdon. United Syna- j
- ?ui V ith: and Em in ; : Tri pp, |
activiti for the Gn I
Mian..
Ace rding I tental
': .'.'.:
;. |ill
'
.-. ite ir'. i"i' ruary, there will
i trati ividual soli-
in the offing which will give youth s,,\mour Rubin. I>i\ i-mn chairman
here an opportunity to participat. .;.__. ((irps f 200
in the campaign, both as volun volumwr wrk(,r. a being
Dr. decker Is
Hast To CJA
Cocktail Party
enlisted to cover pledge prospects
in the record-breaking campaign,
Rubin pointed out that a special
: will be made this year to
re 100 percent participation
by apartment house tenants and
owners
"An honor roll award plaque-
will be mailed this week to ever)
apartment house in Greater Mi-
ami. Rubin said "This award is
made by the Apartment House
l tut for 100 percent participation
b) manager, residents and owner
in the Jewish community cam-
paign."
Appointed to head the Apart-
ment House I nit in Miami Beach
is Meyer Teigman, veteran cam-
paigner Serving ;i- co-chairmen
with Teigman will be Daniel
Broad. Irving Sch.it/man and
i m In Miami, Moe Kur
man and Harr) .' Miller ar<- co-
chairmen of an organizing com-
to guaranti e iomplete cm
of apartment house pros
pi.t- in the- city.
nplete cooperation with the
canvas been prom
I 5 Steiner, executive
adult secret of the Miami Beach
J v ish Frati rni Apartment House Associt l
d S : tii i-nd th< ir
CJA Trades Units
[phtaim Cole
direction
Meet; Distribute
Pledge Cards
were- hosts mon than sixty per- foundation.
",ns a! party held at I pecific education.,! pro
ram to be launched by the Bu- Spurred forward by the spirited
hal, .. h reau ol Jewish Education were Progress reports of trades chair
peal two Sunday sessions on February men at a mass PCP"> last week.
Principal speaker was Or Hen- "* On the 8h. at 10 a.m.. J^^'gEj-
rj M Goldman, of Boston, interna-1 mm delegates chosen from each of now in full action in the e-im-nt
-. periodontist. visit- the Sunday Schools met in Combined Jewish Appeal cam
I le iring to local dent I
here
thre. to discuss Israel Pailsn
\etin- as rr.h,.i -t ih ,, need8, national and ovei en- Al an organizational meeting of
SS SpeciaJ CJA assemblies will be ""^rf1 a*fu? '"
Md Aaron K held on Sunday. February 15th Sfnev LouHetm.n ? .?'
SS! ,hr'~t ATjewish 3** serX TLV^
JeWIsh Schools in Greater Miami will ob bined Jewish Appeal Nat v
WI .tended;* rve CJA School Day at their kur was designated chairman of'
were nrs .lur.. M Zini r How- rnorning assemblies on the latter this str. J
ard L. wellins. Bertram J. Thorpe, date Rabbi David Shapiro, former He will h. i ,
Sman i 1; '; I -"er. chairman of the CJA campaign Ll enlist al C r ',, m ''T' ,0
EdW Gra- the State ol Wisconsin will be n merchants
Apfd aLadbora[orvV""am ^^ eXPWtod' *-Ki*SgZ. 'T l'"" "bsequenti, held a
Apfel Laboratory^ I p^ workers meeting in the offices of
Arthur Kahn. Assisting in distr.bu
| tion of pledge cars were Al Ossip
|and Murray Sheldon.
Max Orovitz. civic worker and
community leader, met with Dr
Harold Rand, chairman of the Mi
ami Physicians Unit, and Dr
Charles Werblow. Miami Beach
chairman, when Dade County
< Physicians heard outlined plans for
coverage of all pledge cards in the
Physicians and Surgeons Unit
Emil Gould, chairman of the
Building Trades Unit, met with
Key workers recent K at the
Bureau ol Jewish Education and
issued final assignments \ -ather
fug of the Liquor Division followed
in the evening at the home of
Marvin fUurin, 1923 South Miami
Jv.m. set final plans forthe
dus.n |mcin;i||irun(hi
held on Sunday. Februan ->.i.| ,,
Sam rr-Terrare ""' ^,
!we\anree,sneRrhaSb<',CnCalledl,fth<'
i muare Services rnit hv r*
horn MrST^* t
irTlfi FeSda>' eVeninR' WS
3? 17th txecutive Directors of
all agencies and Rabbis of Dade
^ntyw.,,aUendtoasslgn^e
\

Combined Jewish Appeal Medallion for Leadership jj
Women's Division is presented to Mrs. Irvinq Lehmnal
by Mrs. Louis Glasser, Women's Division chairman i
a :::oeting of the Conference of Jewish Women's Oro
lion* at the Saxony Hotel last week. The qroup heart I
by Mrs. Jacob Kessslman, of New Jersey and Mrt
Brenner Meyers.
Miami Hotel Unit, headed by Douglas Raff 'center), mtM
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel to launch its drive in behalf
Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown receiving their
ments are Irving Kipnis (left) and J. J. ShepaiJ inghl).
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Manqiacluni 8 and Women's Apparel Unit of the l9*
bined Jewish Appeal goe3 into acUon as chair^a(J
Serbin (seated left) issues first pledge card to Leonarf^ I
man, executive director of the Miami Fashion CoUD* j
Kurman. Moe HUlman and Sam J. Heiman stand by |
assignments. Heiman is general chairman of the cB^J
Division which includes 40 industries, professions and
>n the Greater Miami area. Kurman heads the Flying
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Demand UN Probe Of Color Policie
.------------------------------------ '50tff A 4/YiVa /fiEtf F*a* /ssue Is
GLOBAL SHORTS ^cal; Jews Told Not To Interfere
Scroll is Discovered In Judea
mnican archaeological expendi-
tion. it was reported here The
rroll. in the Aramatic langua
entitled the Testament Of The
Tribes This testament was until
now known only from its Greek
translations.
DGAR BERNSTEIN
Pel, .'|.hic

JERUSALEM (JTA, A scroll
describing Bar Kochba's rebellion
against the Romans 1.800 years
ago and written in a Hebrew-As-
syrian script has been discovered
in a portion of the Judean desert
now under Jordan rule by a Do-
I Establish David K. Mies Fund
here Mrs Eleanor
honorarv chairman ol
\YALTHAM. Mass iWXSi The
recreation of the David K. Nile*
Fund at Brandeis University in
h:'nor of the late advisor to Presi-
dents Roosevelt and Truman was
announced
Roosevelt i
the Fund, and chairman is Louis
P. Smith. Boston businessman and
lifelong friend of the late presi-
dential advisor.
VIVO Conference Opens In NYC
NEW YORK (JTA The 27th
A.-.nual Conference of YIVO. Yid-
dish Scientific Institute, opened
here with about 2.000 delegates
guests in attendance The
opening session was devoted prim-
aril) to the presentation of papers
on the Jewish catastrophe in
Europe, in commemoration ol the
tenth anniversary of the uprising
in the Warsaw Ghetto. The confer
ence lasted four days, during which
various aspects of Jewish cultural
life were discussed.
Czech Agents Kidnap Two Jews
VIENNA 'JTA The Austrian
police has charged that Czech
agents in Austria kidnapped two
Jews, one o: whom was a relative
61 Rudolf Slansky. Czech Com-
munist leader bai ged for "Zionist
e.-pionage" and tr. .
Czechoslovakia The police identi-
fied the Austrian relative of Slan
sky a* Anton Muehlbacher. The
second man. the police say, was a
newspaperman named Saklikoxer.
a friend of Muehlbacher.
Harry Truman Hill Visit .\w State
WASHINGTON WNSi Mrs
x'' ra B'eii .fe of the late
li President Chaim weizmann.
' ared hen folli wing a visit ti
Uk White H use thai ex President
an had told her he was look-
; f( rward to visitii [sri i I Am
bassador Abba Eban. who accom-
I Mrs Weizmann to the
White House, later told newsmen
that Mr. Truman spoke movingly
of Dr Weizmann, calling him a
sreat ell as a great scien-
tist.
JOHANNESBI RG Israel"* re-
cent vote at the United Nations.
supporting the Arab teian demand
for a UN probe into South Africa's
color policies, has be< n received
with pained surprise in many
quarters hen' Th..... quarters feel
that the sympathy and support
which South African Governments
has always accorded Zionism
translated by the present Union
Government into concrete assist
anee to the Jewish State should
ha\e influenced lien liunon to
steer clear ol anj m .......inst the
Unit n initiated I > states which
are no less hostile to Israel than
are to South Africa.
The South African attitude
which, it is | nl to realize, i-
shared b) virtually all sections of
the Union's electorate, Govern
ment and Opposition alike i- that
the country's traditional policy of I
racial separation Ix-tween black
and white i- a domestic issue
which the IN is not competent toI
investigate Smith Africa was sup
: in this attitude by Britain.:
Erance. Belgium and Australia.
The United States held that the
IN wa> competent to discus- the
issue but did not favour the Arab
\-...: resolution, voting instead for
the Scandinavian "compromise"
proposal which called on member
states to bring their legislation in
her to record an attitude on prin-
ciple. Nationalist circles feel she
could have achieved this by tak-
ing the same course as the United
States, instead of supporting the
anti-South African proposal.
This point is in fact made edito-
rially by the leading Cape Town
daily, Die Burger, which says:
Has the Government of Israel
really interpreted public opinion |
in the Jewish State? If so. there is i
in I-rael a completely unaccount-
able lack of insight into our prob-
lems
"A similar lack of insight in re
gard to Israel does not exist here.
Successive South African govern-
ments h3ve always handled the
ing Jewish national home
accept integratieg
with an Arab ma
state. Our ap.rtheid MiL
* the sam, attl,u^
" ma*%S
non-European
least expected a certain
understanding (,[ lnis
the Israel authorities
truui
1 ''ntj
hat. Israel supported
ference, of which the 5*
theswa!low,ngupol
friendly nation on th*
point of Africa.
"For South African
who also want to be Cita
South Africans, there awaT
rael a great task which
has apparently been
glected."
Die Transvaler, leadiaj
nesurg Nationalist daily
a similar view but feels
might have been a diffaJ
uptti
badh.
with the greatest sympathy, and, *,tu.d* of 'hc Isra*' Gon
thej were supported by public ^V*?! be,,cr mlon*i
opinion during the last few years !^"tn Afncan Position a*
especially by Afrikaans public
opinion, which not only in the old
hut also m the new history of
Israel, saw a lot in common with
our own struggle. We mean the
Strug le against British imperial
ism as well as the heroic exertions
towards its own national identity
in the midst of an overwheming
majority of people of a different
type With the partition of Pales-
tine and the establishment of Is-
rael, an apartheid' was at the same
time carried into effect which had
the n -ult that hundreds of thou-
sands of Arab refugees from the
Moscow Seeks Business With Israel
;EL AMY JTA A S iviet Gov ence It was transmitted to the Is
Tn'oifrT? hr.offert"1 t0 se" rael Government which is studying
poultry feed, it was reported it Meanwhile, major quantities of
here las, week. The offer was made chicken are arriving in Te V. I
ugh the Israel Committee for markets as chicken farmers at
TrrUwrhfrCn' ,n,crna,ion- 'mP' < nl0Ck their stores before
reclnt Moscow 1 ^ ^ ^ ove reimposes controls
rtcent Moscow economic confer-. on fowl.
ftabbis .Murder Spurs Aetion
i Years situation Although the pol.ee. fol-
lowing first investigations of the
brutal murder, had said that it was
not a racial incident, a citizen's
group in Roxbury called on the
Mayors Committee on Civil Im-
provement, the body concerned
with race relations here, to take
action.
to line with the principles of theI Jewish area languished in neigh-
l N Charter but did not request a boring Arab States and formed an
formal probe of South Africa insoluble internationable problem.
While there is some sympathy here We saj this with no reproach.
for the view that Israeli's position But Israel owes its existence to the
as the Jewish State constrained J refusal of its Jewish citizens to
Eve murder of Rabbi Jacob I. Zu- lowing first investigation
ber. in a park in Roxbury, an area
cf considerable racial tension,
spurred demands for energetic ac-
tion to curb racist manifestations
In the district and for a long-term
program to correct a dangerous
Freneh Premier Is Rabbi's Son
PARIS cWNSRene Mayer, the
new French Premie., stems from
prominent Jewih families both on
his maternal and paternal sides
His father was Chief Rabbi of
Pans, and his mother was a de-
scendant of the famous Rothschild
U-M Sketchbook
Will Be Televised
I l M Sketchbook, the University
of Miami's First Annual Yarsity
Show, will be telecast on a coast-
to-coast network hookup following
its presentation at the Dade Coun-
ty Auditorium on Friday and Sat
urday, March 28th and 29th
The show, completely written,
produced and staffed by students
of the University of Miami, will be
presented for the benefit of the
Campus Charity Chest.
According to a recentlv signed
contract, the show will be filmed
' during the final dress rehearsal at
the Dade County Auditorium The
sound film will then be edited to,
one hours length for television,
network presentation.
Sketchbook will be one of 13'
shows to be telecast in the Varsity
show series Other major college's'
Who's varsity shows will be tele-
vised are Columbia. Texas a&m
and UCLA
The I of If show is under the
direction of Jerry Herman, with
Martin Stone as secretary
Arkin is business manager
director is Don Sidi r
Beach Savings And
Loan Group Opens
New Branch Office
The Miami Beach Federal Sav
ings & Loan Association formally
opened its new branch building
on 71st Street.
F.stablished In May. 1950. and
housed in rented quarters, the
branch moved into its new build-
ing at the northwest corner of
Harding Avenue.
Announcement of the formal op- political loyalty to Sontl
South
"This is certainly a
favor of appointing a di
representative of the lh
rael. preferably an AfrikasevJ
could best bring home our,
try's point of view to the Jn
Israel."
The South African Jewish]
agrees that it is high &
the Union should have a 1
tic representative in 1st
takes exception to Die
suggestion that South
Zionists should try to exerti
tical influence on Israel,
"No Jew. whether
non-Zionist, would or could I
Die Burger's instruction Hei
not. because he owes fall uij
elusive political allegiance,
South Africa onlyand he <
not because the Israel Gova
would rightly tell him to 1
own business and not
the affairs of another coonO
whom he has no poll
Ben-Gurion. the head of tad
State, told the much mortf
ful American Jewry tbatf
politics were the sole
of the people and the
rael.
"Israel's Minister here,
Hyman. was as emphatic 1
point when, at a recent i
at Bloemfontein. he
South Afncan Jews owe ail
cal loyalty to Israel, ltafl
ening was made by Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, president.
"The building and the stores
which adjoin it." said Sam R.
Becker, secretary treasurer, "are
indicative of our faith in the fu-
ture of this area."
Becker simultaneously released
figures showing that the Associa-
tion had boosted its assets and
savings accounts approximately 28
per cent during the past year.
only, and
mon with
all they have ill
Israel is a
feeling and a common past
As far as I can gather, on
ment broadly reflects Soutif
can Jewry's opinion. thoogJI
Jews here feel far from haiWl
Israel voted as she did ant I
the view tl-.at she sboaM
have abstained or have
the Scandinavian comproa*!
posal
rr
Stan
Press
shown above left to right) are Mrs. Sol Silverman. present
c he ttomens Auxiliary; Mr,. Jennie Saperste.n resident
of .he Home; and Jin, Kopelowitz, chairman of the Board
Jcs, weeL The building, when completed, w,!, SSltlSS
y needed faciLties far .he proper ^are of bedr dden wnee!
.chair and semi-ambulatory residents at the Home
Form M.ili, |
Advisory To
Klind (iiilfll \iuvs
" N-!" I. Levh repr.
' See
incil ol
' Blind
sei with t parent
,;:; --do,
,,; Smed,e> i"1(i Kenneth Whit!
, '"'' Medical tdvtaorj Board will
meet with. parents Thursday nigh
8 P m at the Ingraham Bu.ld.nV
during the weekly CouncilZnio?:
:ed counselling >Prvkcf,,pn;r
of blind children The '.rm,
t ren and has now iwtlled ,n ,,
^
Shown above are Rabbi Moee. MescheloH. of BethJgj
, n,gIe%atin' and Robbi M Skop. of the Coral *J
Jewish Center. followi~ *-- 1_______-" c ^resident I
secretary-treasurer, re
bfnieal Aasociation. R.t
jva University. Rabbi Skop attended the Jewish InsW"w
'ing their inauguration as prestf
secretary-treasurer. t^mt^TiS'^m Greater" MiamiJjJ
:al Aasocicion. Rabbi Mescheloff la a graduate of ^
Re!
-gion.


|AY. FEBRUARY
13. 1953
^UwHtnoridliiciii
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Lists Hear
.port On Recent
Ionic Meeting
| vice president of j
| h Israel Zlonltt
on events at the
tern Zionist Ucg-
listrativ. CommlttM
v | in Atlanta, accord-
;.,.' pred Jonas, acting pres-
,'',' [he District.
Llnan said that Hip next Rcg-
h in Miami Beach and that
aU. will come from Georgia.,
Lee Alabama and South j
Ina a< weU as from 11 dis-
, throughout the state of Flor-,
L who is regional member-
J chairman for seven South-
Lrr stale of the Zionist Organ-
L of America, said that the
bt anti-Semitic drives by Rus-
nd her satellites has created
Impetus in re-enrollment of
I in the ZOA.
L Van Stratton. vice presi-
of the Southeastern Zionist
L and treasurer of the local
lict then stressed the need
Ifjnds for the ZOA to carry
V work here.
fcmour B. I.iebman. member
National Executive of the
,.-l a i"" president at large
i s ii heaftern Zionist Reg-
attention to the fact
.. h i had felt that the
anixed Zionism no
|er existed after Israel attained
Ir.depcn lince. "have now real-
| the error of their thinking.
Ins reenactment of the role of
jer should come as no surprise
hue who are familiar with the
tin of Communism.
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Schwartz. Room Mother chairman; Charles Rosenberg, hos-
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sisterhood Board.
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it the nr.sr'
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Healthy Child
Ethel Grossman, supervisor of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center Nursery Schools, an-
nounces that the subject for dis-
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PTA Parent Institute was: The
Healthy Child.
Participating in the discussion
will be Dr. Krna Klass. pediatri-
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at the University of Miami.
The meeting took place in the
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Women Added To
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Fred Jonas, actin.s president of
Miami Beach I-rael Zionist Dis-
trict, announced that the Board ol
rectors has authorized the addi-
B of ten women in the area to
rve as Honorary Directors.
The llesdames Morris Alpert, |
Aaron Courshon. Louis Cold. Wil-
liam Altholz. Sydney Pfuerberg.
venr> Liehman. Harry Ma.aid. Har-
' Piatoff. Minaii Press, Raymond
in, M..\ Weitz and Irving Vies
' n I...-, been selected to serve Miracle Club Winner Aiferd Lesser center embarks on a
r function will be to give [hiee-day cruise to Nassau, his prize for scorinc hiahest in the
e and counsel and to provide Miami Beach Chamber cl Commerce membership drive. His
is for greater activity ,0!. David, head c{ Allied Tiavel SerV!Ce riah, sees him off
: in^otla,, Ho- =3 ?* Buddy Austin of the S. S. Nuevo Dominicano which
r the new director- Jonas make> ,he CIUJse !rom ;his area-
spoke on the role the women had
ed in advancing American
- and in furtl
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Jacob Hans Banquet To Honor
iders- Set Date For March 1st
its founders | 'Twenty-five years ago, when
J con-rcgation Beth | South Shore was the center of pop
Washington Aven-1 ulation of Miami Beach, its found
March 1st, ac-! ers organized Beth Jacob Congre
! BC;'n"ann"'nC(,menl by Kation wilh sma" beginnings.- h
k president. Aaron said. "Today the two air condition
general chair- ed buildings on its original site in
elude the Synagogue with a scat-
51311
Beach."
m named
(he affair-
the Banquet Commit-
who is in
Qg on
Leo Meyer,
Souvenir Journal,
Cohen, chairman of ticket
Lion: Harry J. Sonz. dinner
Ln; and Harry
a
ing capacity for 1,000 persons,
classrooms for the Religious
School with all modern equipment,
a large social hall, a Board room,
clubrooms and the administrative
offices."
According to Frank, the second
and third generations growing up
in the local area have joined their
fathers and grandfathers on the
Congregation's membership Ksts.
Beth Jacob lists member families
from all parts of Dadc and Brow-
ard counties and Havana, Cuba.
"A large tourist membership
from most of the American state,
as well as Canada, augments the
attendance at religious services,"
said Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
.President of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, he has been
the spiritual leader of the Congre-
gation for over 15 years, arriving
in time to help with the comple-
tion of the large new Synagogue
building in 1937.
The Congregational officials of
Beth Jacob include Cantor Aaron
Wcingarten. formerly of Tel Aviv,
Israel; Benjamin Kamenctzky. edu-
vational director: Morris Mosco-
witz. sexton; and Rose Hayes, sec-
ret a ry.
Hod Frnthor
Drive* Sees (poal
Indications were early last week
that the 1953 Community Chest
campaign would top the million
dollar mark.
This seemed virtually certain
with the report that two more
Metropolitan Division regions had
topped their goals.
At last week's report luncheon,
the total had reached some $971,-
000, W. Keith Phillips, chairman,
reported.
Indications that the goal of
Hie measures. America must $1,050,000 was in sight came after
hem." reports that the North Dade areas
bi Karpen will remain in Mi- had fulfilled its goal of $12,000.
itch for the next three and that West Dade had brought
I in a resounding $5,571 total.
Genet and
Mechlowitz. vice presi-
de Congregation.
ncer f Miami Beach and
founders of Beth Jacob,
Lrrvcd as president for five
Ttivc terms until nine years
I a, honorary president un-
,as again called to the presi-
1952.________________
,i Tells Of
or Directed
Ihildren
dor] of a teiror campaign
jews in Eastern Europe,
kcent of (7alist days, was
here by Rabbi Isaac Kar-
Mesiftah Tifereth Jerusal-
recently returned from
Rabbi Karpen la a vis-
Miami Beach.
|ii Karpen told <>f the snatch-
kidnapping <>f children to
Idem awaj to distant points
|thr\ could be enrolled in
school- and indoctrinated
ommunism. His group has
over 300 children and
kt them to the I'nited States,
Kng in the report made by
I Karpen here.
ny Eastern European Jews
i to escape are sending their
fcn In the nearest Western
fcr with notes pinned to their
asking Western Jews to
br them"
Jmakc war against children".
lued Rabbi Karpen, "is the
true I "f the latest Soviet an-
Members of the Congregation Beth Jacob Founders Day Committee are (left to -ight) rlabbi
Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader; Morris B. Frank, president; Leo Meyer, chairman ol tha
Souvenir Journal; William Mechlowitz, vice president; Joseph Cohen, ticket chairman; and
Aaron Lerner, general chairman.
\<>ir Meeting
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Miami organizations may now
use a new building for their meet-
tings.
The West Miami Masonic Lodge
on SW 67th Avenue between 10th
and 11th Street, has been offering
its facilities to groups here since
December 1st. A one-story build
ing, it is fully air conditioned and
contains fixed, self-rising theater
seats.
It was designed and planned by
Milton Sachs. Casimir F. Dostal
was general foreman, and Charles
Cherry planned the decor. Chair
man of the Finance Committee was
Benjamin Flink, Worshipful Mas
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r j t?i Camp Tree
Dramatic Stars
A Theatrical Caravan, celebrat
ing the 40th anniversary of Far
band, presented a program of
In Honor of Tu B'Shvat, the-
Young Judaeans of South Florida,
planted a tree at the annual pre
senior conclave held in Camp Dar-
om, Kendall.
Chosen to plant the tree .vere
KsU'lle Robin and Lois Rich. Wi-
ners of the extemporaneous Bpea
ing contest.
Estelle is a member of the Mac-
cabians Young Judaea group which
meets at the Tifereth Israel N i
side Jewish (enter. She ha-
a member of Young Judaea for t!
past two years. Leader oi
group is Mrs. Hilda Schwartzber,
Lois is a member of the
sheba Young Judaea group in H
lywood, Florida, under the I
ship of Bernice Hourwitz.
Worth UaAe
Lists Activities
The sisterhood of the North
Dade Jewish Center sponsored
a White Elephant and Rummage
Sale at Shells Super Market early
this week, with Mrs. Martic Schu-
mann as chairman.
The Great Books Adult Educa-
tion program continues to meet at
the Center, 13630 West Dixie High-
way, every other Thursday, 8 p.m.
Bonus and Harris
drama, songs and comedy on Sun-
day evening, February 8th, 8 p.m..
at the Miami Beach High School
Auditorium.
Featured were such faced per-
sonalities of the Yiddish. English
and Israeli stage as Jacob Ben
Ami, Ben Bonus, Berta Gersten. Al
Harris. Ahuva Tsadok and Nachum
Nardi.
ksic Month Highlights Jewish Artists
ROBERT STRASSBURG
Composers, conductors and in- civilization where material values
I strumcntalists of peerless calibre, hold sway. But remove them from
utive Secretary, Jewish Music reprcsCnt the 20th Chassidism in society, and the spiritual forces
Council of (ireater Miami)
ksical activity and love of
have been the common
^?e of the Jewish people at
' period and in every country.
rds of all ages show how Jew-
life from the cradle to the
is interwoven with music.
Iholds true even in our Amer-
1 culture where countless in-
I through television, radio and
fm pictures tend to vitiate and
eiken those inner sources of
'tion that gave rise to the
lar and religious melodies
r*1" forefathers.
*ish Kenhiv however, has to
ttf extent absorbed and re-
flated these new values in
Ll manner that the vitality of
expression has not been
Thus Ernest Block, in his
tone poem Shelomo, uses to
[advantage the great modern
tra and the modern har-
ldiom.
1 J*zz rhythms of America ap-
"i Bernstein's Jeremiah sym-
m an elevated manner. The
OX chant of the synagogue
t way into the folk-like
of George Gershwin in his
anding Porgy And Bess.
may ask where have the
PUa of the 18th century dis-
rerdJ Where are the men
i-od-inspired melodies have
a source of jy us down
M present? The answer is that
IZtPPewed in a ncw *ui
f1" century they come to
instrumental and creative
Menuhin. Elman, Hei
n7Wu Rubinst*in. Bloch,
?nd- Helfman,
'** others.
represent
their love of music in their ability
to inspire mankind with great
music-making.
The thinkers, dreamers and cre-
ators, it is true, sit very low in
the economic scale of things in a
that are at work to promote Jew-
ish and American cultural values
would leave a barren, melancholy
the National Jewish Music Coun-
cil and its representative, the Jew-
ish Music Council of Greater Mi-
ami, of the richness of our musi
cal heritage. Their efforts show us
wasteland for mankind to dwell in. j that here and in Israel a real re-
Each year, for a brief span of I :-----------, i...:.u -..._:_ :. :_ .i.-
one month, we are reminded by
uses
Foas and
naissance of Jewish music is in the
making, stimulated by the rebirth
of Israel as a nation.
This year again by press, radio
and the concert hall, the Jewish
Music Council will bring to our
ears those vital musical expres-
sions that we may well be proud
of. There will be programs of
sacred liturgical music drawn from
the wealth of material written for
the synagogue, as well as programs
of secular art music having Jew-
ish character or based upon Jewish
thematic material.
Vocal music, dramatic music,
folk music, songs of the working
classes, music for children and
orchestral and instrumental music
will be heard, giving us a fleeting
idea of the range of expression of
the Jewish people.
The Jewish Music Council of
Greater Miami, recognizing the im
portance of music in the culture of
our people, aims to enrich Amer
ican Jewish life in Miami by pro-
moting the performance of and
participation in Jewish music.
Likewise they will offer the com
inanity information and advice
concerning Jewish musical re
sources, and. most important of
all, they desire to encourage and
stimulate the desire for Jewish
music on a year around basis.
By doing so, they hope to give
| Jewish music dignity and status in
the Jewish and general culture of
j America, enriching our own lives
I and those of our neighbors.
Philco Distributors
Open New Quarters
Hojsehold Appliance Distribu
tors, Inc., largest Philco distribu'
nation, began operating
out of its new
quarters at o"K:
NE Fourth Court
on Tuesday.
The new CO
pany home will
house the c
plete staff, a dis
play room lor alt
Philco dealers,
and a part-
partment. Offic-
r>MMi eg jn lh buUd.
ing will be air conditioned.
Ted Pritikin. president of the
concern, reported that his company
has been recognized as having sold
more Philco products over the last
four years than any other who!
sale distributor in the country.
The new parts department will
carry everything needed for any
Philco product. The ncw building
also will have warehouse facilities
to stock a full line of television,
refrigerators, a i r conditioners,
ranges and radios.
.
Joseph H. Silversmith, insur
ance executive and philan
thropist. has been elected
president of the National Jew-
ish Hospital at Denver, non-
sectarian tuberculosis institu-
tion. The new president has
been a member of the Hos-
pital's Board of Trustees for
the past 12 years.


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arv of America wound up its an
nu'al midwinter conference here
last Sunday evening with a ban-
quet at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor
of the Seminarv. warned in a ma-
jor address mat America li Wlin
to recognize Its democratic foun-
dation and the intimate relation Jt
holds with the Sc.ipiurei
"Our democracy had its origin
not in the life of pagan Greece,
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indigent peoples of the world only-
regarded the IS as a "rich uncle".
Dr Finkelstein called for a spir-
itual revival reflecting the nation's
Biblical sources.
We must work toward a way of
life.'- he said, "which makes for
a greater degree of teamwork in I
industry than has ever been achiev-
ed before, that is reflected in our
federal system, in our hunger forj
a unified and equal mankind, in <
our Point Four Program and in our
Good Neighbor Policy."
The Rabbi indicated that the na-
iKii s leaders were only uncon-
sciously motivated by spiritual im-
pulses as expressed in its govern-
mental processes and in its cur-
rent policies, aimed at strengthen-
weakened F.urope against the
Inroadi of Communism and added:
These secret' spiritual impulses
must be brought to the fore so
that our belief in human dignity
and human equality is a real thing
to our needy brothers and that an
attack on America virtually be-
ComeJ an attack on all mankind."
Speaking to more than 350
guests at the banquet. Dr Finkel-
stein expressed the opinion that
there is confusion in a great part
of the world regarding the mean-
ing of democracy. "Totalitarian
ism and tyranny." he said, "are
able to masquerade as democra-
cies because of our failure to rec-
ognize the intimate relation be-
tween democracy and its Scriptur
al origins "
At the closing session, a resolu-
tion, read by Daniel G. Ross, was
read and adopted It called for
citizens to rededicate themselves
to the cause of human freedom.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center and conference co-chair-
man, anounced plans for the sem-
Or. tou,s Fiakelttaii
inary's jubilee observe 50th years of existence ^J
500 Jewish leaders throughoj
nation attended the Seminar!
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Mrs. Kogan presided and i
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Leading the symposia
Dr. Syvil Marquit. psyc
Participating on the pane! a1]
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Mrs. David Shapiro, Coa
Harold Turk and Alex Ms.}
Dr. Marquit is a diplomataj
ical Psychology of the
Board of Examiners in I
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Mrs. Sidney RubinotiO, |
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Women, introduced M
the proposed Gift Shop WI
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>mmittee
Reports On
jsh Population
fyORK-The total Jewish
L of the world u 11,558,-
thich approximately 2,500,
[trapped behind the Iron
it is reported in the
_, Jewish Year Book. 1953
[published by the Amen-;
Lh Committee,
fcuted by the Jewish Pub-
fsociety. the 627-page rec-
\ents and trends in Amer-,
| world Jewish life is the;
Lai volume of the Year
vies.
rear Book states that 50.5
of the Jewish population. -
I of 5,833.030. reside in
jd South America. The
in report discloses that, as
of mass migration, the
...pulation f Israel during
'aled 1.425.000. or more
per cent oi the total Jew-'
,lation f the world. By
Germany, which once had
population of 600,000.
a Jewish of only 23.000.
jgest Jewish population is
Inited States where 5.000,-
reside There are 450.000
|. 235.000 in France. 360,-
,rgentin;. and 120,000 Bra
ists On
km Of Air
Mom- Mescheloff, presi-
|he Greater Miami Rabbin-
ociation. was moderator
featured program on Sim-
ins Jewish Forum of the
(Sunday
Greater Miami Zionist
Commission presented its
ommission will present its
Investment In The Fu-
Irry Son/, chairman of the
(youth i ommission, intro-
pdy Shapiro, who discussed.
1*1 Has Given To Me.
Oka. president of Mas-
ni Beach Young Adult Zi-
fistrict. brought greetings
Zionist Organization of
and Mrs Gerald Soltz.
[president of the Southern
m Junior Hadassah, repre-
ladassah.
Joodman former chairman
ral commision and a mem-
hc Board of the Southern
Commission, evaluated
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University in the name of the Catholic Youth Organization.
The scholarship was established by Bishop Bernard Sheil
(left), of Chicago, founder of the organization in 1931. It will
be awarded to a needy student of outstanding academic po-
tential. President Abraham L. Sachar (right? declared.
"A Friendly Bank"
(Member ol F.D.I.C,
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HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Telephone 88-8431
Literary Creativity
Is Aired By Rabbi
Literary creativity in American j
Jewish life was the theme of a
lecture by Rabbi Morris Skop at I
the Big Ten Forum of Temple Beth i
Sholom on Wednesday evening.
Rabbi Skop is spiritual leader of j
the Coral Gables Jewish Center'
and holds the post of secretary;
both in the Florida State and the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
ations.
Habbi \arot
Athlrvssvs Forum
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of Tem-
ple Israel, was guest speaker on
Saturday afternoon, 3 p.m. at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, 11th Street and Ocean
Court. Dr Narot's topic is: Life Is
With People.
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nd
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9-Jmi*tBnJ^C-
FJUDAY,
Our Film Folk
By LEON GUTTER MAN
(Copj. i |
\ Inc. J
>chior's biography for publication
by Henry Holt Adolph Zukor.
Paramount Picture's Board chair
HOLLYWOOD Eddie Cantor man. is preparing his autobw.ra-
was dissuaded from doing his first phy for fall publication 1
Sundav night TV Comedy Hour un- StOTJ will
til Jan. 11th. but as evidence of
his excellent progress the corned
ian expects to record all the num-
bers of the Eddie Cantor Story at
Warner Brothers within the next
week ... The Jewish Theatrical
Guild will give a
be a history of motion
pictures and rcmir f ,ne
80NO TO SHARE
Tff TUfifl
v notables with whom the m-
dustrj pioneer has been associated
The same teair Moaa Hart,
writer, and Charles Vidor. director,
who did Hans Christian Anderson.
. the Danny Ka>e film for Samuel
. :c-:imonial din- Goldwvn, will script and direct the
r.er for Soohie Tucker on her Gold- musical remake of A Star Is Horn
en Jubilee on Oct. 4. 1953. in New (or Warner Brothers Harold Arlen
York This will mark Sophs 50th is doing the tonga
vear in show business At the Sensational box office return>
request of Cinerama Board Chair- being chalked up on the west coast
nan Louis B. Maver former head bv writerdirector-producer
Modeh Ani
of MC.M San Francisco multi-mil-
lionaire realtor Louis Lune will
take an active role, including a
financial participation, in the
three-dimension illusion film out-
fit. Lurie and Mayer are long-time
friends. When Lurie headed the
syndicate looking to buy out con-
trol of Wa >'*"
he had in min ;. I bring in U
:f the deal were to
materialize
The US Navj
ley Ki ''d on
a treatmc nt script
-. selling -
K
assist fron J
. r f 1 I.......
- th( Sew
$ been associated in
I -.. authors! | [severs
way shows
The multi-mil liar F -1
Foundation looms j- the No 1 an-
gel for educational television
Columbia records is releasing six
Bennj G In an I ng-play disk- in
a set which will retail for about
S4 3 The set v. ill be called the Ben
ry Goodman Anthology .
Norman Corwin's I1"- Ir; The
Skj to be published Simon &
week Stephen
Longstreet n til I
Arch
Oboler's B'wana Devil, the tn di-
mension film in the Natural Vision
process, has prompted IS key
theatre chains to book the picture
despite the mixed critical recep-
tion This new process calls for
the use of special Polaroid card-
board specs on an advanced ad-
... n -- Unlike Cinerama,
which calls for extensive theatre
the Natural Vision proc-
ess can be installed at lov ( si
racked up b) MGM
nt Qu Vadis led b>
- : 5U< eessi
Hi LeRoy. 1
. .-. ...
filn surpass
- all
tl nil Directoi
applau
Menuhin. pianist sister of
li. although retired from the
si nal concert stag) is cur-
iienefit concert- in
tral Richard Rogers and
Hammerstein 2nd. were the
." ints last week at a dinner
in their h inor given by the Joint
Defense Appeal.
I pvt lhanki unto Thee,
O living and eternal Kin?,
Who hast restored my soul unto me m MMR
Great is Thy faithfulness.
Slowly, with majesty
TO**
TBWi
iM
,\p Jdi... a-ni
M
. ha.
Me-Uh ftai V-ka-yam She-heV
l^g^W
Young Judaeans Conclude Jax
Conclave; Set Basketball Tourney
By special arrangement with the United Synagogue of America, the American lewukl
the feature and news service of the American Association Of English-Jewish Newspapmj
Cited for their contributions to wjth syndicates Songs To Share by Rose B. Goldstein. The piano settings are by Reuwl
koL'. The illustrations are by E. Schloss.
This song is part of the book. Songs To Share Matnat Shir published by i\
Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education. (Copies of the complete book of 24 saONJ
be purchased from the United Synagogue Commission. 3080 Broadway. New York 27. r
In her preface to Songs To Share, the author calls attention to the fact that "reli
have always found support in Song"; that "they chanted their prayers, sang their,
and intoned their studies." Some of the melodies in her book are of her own comp
the theatre, the composer and li-
" -t were presented with
Mary Martin Proceeds
of the dinner wcr.t to the Amer-
The Southern Regi I \
ea will be repre.-ented in the
National Basket irnament by
the Nashville Y .:. ,'udaea
Senior Chapter a: I n suit of hav-
- .von the Southern champion-
ship at the recent Sixth Annual
Winter Conclave held from Decem-
ber 25th through 29th. at Jack-
sonville Beach. Florida
The team, composed of Alvin
Zager. Stanley Magrill. George
item. Melvin Goldman and Max
Pollock, will vie against the win
ners of the Texas-Oklahoma-Louis
iana Region at the national play
off to be held in late summer
Other contest winners at the Jack-
ie Beach four-day conference
included
Tamra Mamcb hem-
off. Judy Phillips and Roberta
Scherer. of Miami and Miami
Beach, in the Girls' Shuffleboard
category
No definite site for the Annual
Summer Camp Convention was
selected, but the possibility of ex-
tending the event for a week-long
i period was referred to the Exec
utive Committee empowered to se-
lect the site
Among adult staff members at
the Conclave were Gil Rappaport. ,chez.
assi tan! tor; Miriam
berg. Miami city din '
Mrs Henrj S Young Ju-
daea chairman. Miami, and Elean
or Goodman, Miami, chairman of
Regional Leaders' Council
Present at the Convention from
the Greater Miami area were Alan
Goldberg. Dolores Chernoff. Judy
Phillip- Kelvin Sachs. Barbara
Raibc-r. Carole Lateinea, Allita
Hoffman. Roberta Scherer. Harriet
Solloway. Ronald Askowitz.
Jack Becker Liz Simkowttz. Judy
Shapiro. Harriet Mandell. Harold
Klapper. Joe Murray. Tamra Mam-
Weaver
i Says...
Our telephone receptionist tells
me that she has had quite a num- j
I ber of calls recently by women who
| said they had been told that the
' eligible age for women was now
GO years instead of 65 as in the
i past
S<"
I
i
I am at a complete loss to under-
stand why these rumors should be
going the rounds at this time. That
issue was settled back in 1950.'
when Congress nude several
changes in the Social Security Act
The) went into the question very
seriously and finally came up with
the answer that the age for women ,
to qualify for monthly benefits un-1
der old ..\ge and Survivors Insur-'
ance should be the same as men !
65 :
Pictured above are the 150 Southern Judaeans and their leadera at JacksonriH. R^.k
ina the Sixth Annual Winter r/mrlmi. TV.------------------------- Jacksonville Beach attend.
ing the Sixth Annual Winter Conclave. The group represents 30 Sen^r i
Georgia. South Carolina. North Carolina. Ten nessi. TE^JTfiSS*? *? F*Bri^
daea is sponsored by the Southern Zionist Youth Commission which k th, jS ,U",
youth agency of Southeastern ZOA and Southern. Innl ^XM*. ^TTf
During the hearings before both
the House Ways and Means Com-
tee and the Senate Finance
' omnuttee representatives of marry
women's organizations presented
their view., Some, of course, were
i in favor of the reduced age but
I the majority it seems argued for
the same treatment accorded the
men Result the qualifying age re-
I mained at 85 years
I wish I could tell the dear
ladies that it had been changed but
1 cant It always makes me feel
I good all over when I can tell them
something of advantage to them
land it hurts all over. too. when 1
leant.
Chaplain Gaison
who served on U
fronts of Korea, has W
ignated as the
the 1952 Armed
ward of the Union
dox Jewish Cong
America, it
by Max J. Etra.
the Union. The
was made at M
ural Meeting o*
dox Union
week at Co
hilath
York City.
man, now
folk. Virginia- 7^
Ie6huruD M
Cha?138.
Marines in
Korea
Man*1
with the First
m the Inchon!"
capture of m
tragic Hungno*


FrRRUARY 13, 1953
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MADE
Published bcloie ., another In a series of les
be published weekly by The Jewish Flondian. T
providing the fundamental* <>/ the language as it
book, Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss ShOMhaitB Spec
ami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will ap
radio station WMBM on Sundays at 12 noon. Ent
ducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob
will provide the visual aid necessary to partici
sons in modern conversational Hebrew which will
he complete series constitutes a course aimed at
is now spoken in Israel and is based on a text-
tor, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi-
pear here in conjunction frith a program over
itled. Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is con-
Schachter's Jewish Hour. The Jewish Florid:an
pate in the course.
[entertainers Molly Picon (left) and Jan Bart visit the
xposition, 1604 Washinqton Avenue, and are intro-
i a large crowd. They are shown with Israeli hostess
rmani who conducted them on a tour of the exhibit
ontains more than 1,100 items produced, manufactur-
lussembled in Israel.
>t Jews In
,Bort Says
[position
han 700.000 Jews have
py removed from Russia,
famed entertainer, re-
cently when he and Molly
I a visit to the Israel Ex-
1604 Washington Avenue,
fech
I out of very three Jews
PR ii imprisoned in con-
i camps and every effort
fcem from their misery
lade as soon as possible,
ed.
?'bed the sale of State of
Ids as the greatest key
kt present to unlock the
tin.
and Molly Picon paid
[the magnificent Exposi-
"displays so magnifi-
cat is being developed in
|*ay in Israel.
pn 1,100 items manufac-
tured, produced or assembled in
Israel form the exciting economic
panorama of progress that is on
display.
The Exposition is open from 3
p.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday through
Thursday, closed Friday and open
Saturday night from 7 p.m. to 11
p.m. Admission is 25 cents per
person.
Thousands of tourists have al-
ready visited the amazing display.
Some have even written in on their
return to their home towns declar-
ing how inspired their visit was
during their Miami Beach Holiday.
Members of the Miami Beach
Clergy, the Greater Miami Clergy,
local organizations, have all made
visits to the Exposition.
A fully trained Israeli hostess is
constantly in attendance to escort
people through the Exposition and
answer questions on Israel.
Joseph Cherner is chairman of
the Israel Exposition Committee
and has urged all to attend the in-
teresting display.
Milk? Perhaps buttermilk? tfa-lav? 'U-lai huv-jah?
Or curdled milk? Schav? O ha-lav na-mu?? Hamziz?
Please, waiter, what (kind ot Mel-zar, be-vak-ka shah mah
drink) is Lebben? zeh lebben}'
Oh! lebben? That is a kind 'Ah! lebben? Zeh min ha
of milk that is exceptional lav yo-ze' min ha-ke-lal
Only in the State of Israel Rak bim-di-nat Yis-ra'-el
do we eat or drink it! 'och-lim 'o sho-tim 'o-to!
O.K. Then give me lebben Tov. Ten li lebben*
You are right; it is very tasty Be'e-met zn-dak-ta, zeh ta'im
How about dessert? Mah be-no-ge-a' le-farp-p ret?
Dessert? Plenty! Par-pe-xeO Yesh va-yesh
.^???n ?pon 2bn ix
xsr n"7n p nt ?}a|? inx
ix n-'pplx ^irfl?! nn$9 p"!
.inix D^nitf
US,J? 18 >
v... T,
There is stewed fruit Yesh le-ied
Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company. New York City. Per-
sons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector, care of The Jewish
Floridian, and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50.
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Ford Wi>\ Be
Honored Guest
Ay Fund or
nl oi
Ihe Ford lot n pa ij
ber nl the Sih i ibilee Com-
mittee "i (he National Conference
<>i Christians and Jews, will be
i (.1 honor at .1 Sp< 1. il Gifts
Pi gram Dinner on March 10th, ;:t
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Sponsor of the dinner i~ the
Florida Chapter oi NCCJ, with I>r
Jacob ll Cunningham, director
Ford will direct the National
Special Gifts Campaign for 1353
A "purely fund raising activity",
the Ford Dinner will hear the guest
Citations to three citizens of
Greater Miami who have made out
standing contributions in the field
oi human and intergroup relations
during the past year will also be
presented at that time.
Cutler Named To
Head Tropical Lodge
Heading Tropical Lodge No
17 3 B'nai B'rith, is A Budd Cut-
ler Miami Beach attorney He
succeeds Alvin liudner. retiring
president
Other officers a re Samuel B
Berger, Bob stone and Larrj NT
I ice presidents: Cil Levine,
coi. esponding secretarj. Ben Gin
recording secretary; Jerry
K; linhouser, treasurer Alvin Bud
n< 1. chaplain; and Irwin Goidhoff,
warden.
Trustees arc Max Breslow Sy
lln kes Sam K> ssler J rrj Spoiler
II : Lew 1- Sternshein
he ni v administration will be
,1 died .it a banquet on Febru
... 28th
Brotherhood Greetings
is. II. Shaddiek
REALTOR
Sales Property Management
Mortgage Loans
2719 Ponce da Leon Blvd.
Phone 48-2591
CORAL GABLES
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
319 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 3-5373
MIAMI. FLORIDA
I IOTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Henry E.
Mangels Company
Distributors ior
St hi it z
'The Beer that made
Milwaukee Famous"
122 N.E. 11th St. Phone 3-8311
GREETINGS
yj
II ART III L I 1114
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCIAL
154 N.E. 13th St. 3-1369
VIVO Will Mark
27ih Anniversary
The YIV'O 1
1
-
will be higl
1
,,! the Monti l arlo Hotel
t; n, sni wi
man. lectun 1 le edil
De 1. up r and author 1
hook, The <- An 1 Oth -r Ethnic
Groups In The United SI I
Chairman of the evening will be
Ehiel Lesowoder He will be as
sisted bv local vivo officers Dr
M .1. Click, president: Morn- Hon
igbaum, treasurer; and Beryl Mor
risen, secretarv
"The Yiddish Scientific Institute
has just completed its 27th year oi
existence.' Lesowoder, "ho 1- vic
president of the group here, said
In explaining the current drive for
members, he indicated that the in
stitute found Its origin in Vilna,
Poland, and that its rare library of
manuscript- and hooks was plun
dered during the war by the Nazis
"Reborn again in New York City,
the library now numbers some 250,
(MX) volumes." The chairman elal>
orated upon the United State-
Army's nde in recapturing Ihe col |
lection and giving it hack to YIVO
officials
Dunn, the pasl years, the Yid-
dish Scientific Institute has pub-
lished numerous scholarlj works
on history and philosoph> It also
publishes a bi-monthlj bulletin on
Yiddish philosophj and an annual
of Jewish social science in English
Ko"ar?d To Phy
Ma'tsr Pal?!*
Specif Gifts Drive
Cecil I
Gifts I'
1
I I li-
the B
March 10th
The program a dinner tie igned
,,, raiw some S1.0OO.OO0 ,ve
wv.ts current budeet. will har
m Ford in a major add
The function 1- a late sta :ed affair
to implement the cele"-ation of
National Bmtherhno l Week, Feh
ruarv 15th through 22nd, and will
be one of the highliehts <>f ih"
1953 Silver Jubilee Year of th
National Conference of Christians
and Jews
Holland will work closeK with
Ford, director ol the Special (lifts
Campaign He also assisted in the
1952 campaign to obtain $10,000
for the Florida chapter's opera
tions
other civic leaders here active in
the -itt drive include G T Baker.
Sam Blank. James I Keller. .Ir .
John s Km ht. John G. McKav,
John Morris. Sam Murray. Mm Or
ovitz, Jacob Sher
Thomas \v Skinner. Charles F
Slater. Sam Luby, liichard Beran
son. Lindsaj Hopkins, Josi ph
Cherner and Mitchell Wolfson
V/ISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3639
Hvst Wishvs
I nun
Dairy Queen Stores
31 8 A M H
"Thv font* iviih thv Curl on Ton"
R. E. VAUGHAN. INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR
General Utility Construction
General Excavations
Ditching Pipelines Water & Sewer Construction
Telephones 64-7691 64-7692 64-3403
3398 N. W. South River Drive Miami
EROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Garrisi
YOUR REPUBLICAN LEADERS
GREETINGS
Palmer's Cafeteria & Cocktail Lounge
GOOD FOOD
The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices
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*
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North Miami Tax Assessor
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3180 S.W. 16th St.
Phone I
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Hardware
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1692 Alton Road Miami Beech Hi
Washing and Polishing Lubrication Bitterie-|
Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Mr*
71st Street Service Statiei|
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337 71st Street. Miami Bach
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Miami Plans Celebration Of National
Brotherhood Week On February 15th
National Brotherhood Week will and huti*. .v.n i_____ ..
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, GREETINGS
[WTHON

fcanning Engineers
Lw. 7th AVENUE
IMI. FLORIDA
82-1671
Jefriqerators and
t Fixtures
l-Hubbard Reach-Ins-
ro Steel Shelving
Power Saws
UR SERVICE
National Brotherhood Week wi..
be marked by Greater Miami start
ing on Sunday. February 15th, and
will run through the 22nd.
The year which has just passed
has been a particularly progressive
one for the Florida Chapter of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews," according to Dr. Jacob
H. Cunningham, Florida
director.
NCCJ is the sponsoring organ-
ization of National Brotherhood
Week, and the Florida Chapter will
organize and implement a program
geared toward carrying out the
theme here of better human rela-
tions.
Dr. Cunningham said this week
that through the cooperation of
members of the local chapter and
the Committees on Religious, Com-
munity and Educational organiza-
tions, as well as Labor-Manage-
ment, Mass Communications and
Finance, "the cause of World
Brotherhood has been advanced a
great deal throughout the state."
"We are striving to promote jus
tice, amity, understanding and co-
and justice shall become the stand
ards of human relationships.'
Indicating that each bit of prog-
ress clears the path for additional
progress, he said that in 1953, "we
hope to make the objectives of
NCCJ even more well known and
understood."
Meanwhile, it was announced
( hapter that a move has been made to give
assistance to the three co-chairmen
of the Florida Chapter. The move
was explained by an expanding pro
gram of sen-ices and the need to
remove some of the administrative
duties from an already overwork
ed co-chairmanship.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams. George
Chertkof and Roscoe Brunstetter
will be joined by a newly created
Board of Directors to share the
added burdens of complex pro-
jects in the mass media arfd com-
munity fields. Selection of the new
Board was made from civic lead-
ers here now serving on the six
Program Committees.
. It was also announced that the
group's new name, Florida Chap-
ter, takes the place of the Miami
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS
EROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Rader Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
1615 duPont Building Phone 9-4741
Miami, Florida
JREETINGS
kal Refrigeration and
(Fountain Repairs
indnian
iteration
hone 64 3411
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operation among Protestants, Cath Round Table, "since the old name
olics and Jews," Dr. Cunningham did not correctly indicate the scop<>
said, "with a view to the estab-; of the Florida Chapter which
lishment of a social order in which serves the whole state and not just
the religious ideals of brotherhood the Greater Miami area."
Local Groups To Join Nation In Marking
NCCJ Silver Jubilee; Seek Added Funds
JHOOD GREETINGS
Ij; Hoofing
rile Co.
UM TO PLEASE"
.W. 79th Street
bone 89-2878
EETIN G S
>r*c C.
[temblor
INSURANCE
BONDS
horeland Building
IETALLIC
IEERING CO.
"E in AH y ;.:
W. C;h STREET
PHONE 9-5634
The year 1953 will mark the 25th
anniversary of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
Serving on the Silver Jubilee Ex-
ecutive Committee are Thomas E.
Braniff, president of Braniff Inter-
national Airways; Benson Ford,
vice president of the Ford Motor
Company; and Roger W. Straus,
chairman of the American Smelt-
ing and Refining Company.
The Executive Committee will
have the responsibility of advanc-
ing the Conference program in all
fields of community life. General
Chairman is Straus, with Braniff
acting as extension chairman and
Ford in charge of the National
Special Gifts Committee.
In conjunction with National
Brotherhood Week, the Jubilee
year will look toward raising
$1,000,000 over the current budget
for a re-dedication of individuals
and organizations to work for a
bettering of intergroup relations.
Co-chairmen for the national cel-
ebration in the Miami area have
been announced by Dr. Jacob H.
Cunningham. Florida Chapter di-
rector. They will serve on the var-
ious programs of the local NCCJ
during the week of February 15th
through 22nd.
Included are W. R. Thomas, sup-
erintendent of Dade County
Schools; Mrs. Sidney Wcintraub.
member of the Florida Chapter
Committee on Community Organ-
izations: Judge Walter H. Beck-
ham, of the Dade County Juvenile
Court: Dick Roberts, vice president
of the Florida Power & Light Com-
pany; and Burton Nuckols, presi-
dent of the Dade County Central
Labor Union.
Brotherhood Week in Florida
will be the major activity in the
Silver Jubilee celebration, accord-
ing to the Florida Chapter's co-
chairmen, Roscoe Brunstetter, Dr.
H. Franklin Williams and George
Chertkof. Community NCCJ Com-
mittees will observe the occasion
by arranging widespread observa-
tions.
Anniversary dinners and meet-
ings will be held, and plans are in
process for a nationwide radio and
TV hookup.
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Phone 2-3711
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PHONE 2-5194
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Service On All Makes Auto and Home Radios and Television
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For the iinest in Metal Work
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BRONZE ALUMINUM iron
Actors Live Part
Of Brotherhood
As Pattern
B) RICHARD RODGERS
Co-author of Oklahoma and
South Pacific
it i- probable thai the member
,,, anj group or craft is convinced
thai (us own particular circle U
endowed with certain virtues ab
., nl m other groups or craftt n
would !'< strange indeed if tb
sort ,,i pride did nol exist in tht-
living theatre, bul there is one
phase ol the theatre world wort
,,,, entitles il to all the pride H
can hold
in its feelings and expressions
aboul religion and color and race
,t Is complete!) and unalterably
decent u- behavior along those
lines makes a fine blueprint for
brotherhood.
I have worked in the professional,
theatre lor over 32 years and have
yet to encounter the first symptom
of intolerance I have never heard
of an actor refusing to share a
dressing room with another actor
because of his color, but I do know
that all the actors refused to play
in the National Theatre in Wash
Utgton until it stopped practising
segregation
A great many workers in the
theatre are deeply religious peo-
ple, bul l have yet to hear anyone
ask 'he question, "What is he""
The Catholic Actor- Cuild has a
great man] Jewish contributors;
the Jewish Actors Guild gel Protes
tanl support, and all of them wort
for the Actors Fund ol v
which takes care ol everj kind of
trical need)
The theatre ma) have more than
ii- share ol conceit It is n<> more
than an) other trade, and
n isn'l always smart Bul in the
quality thai expresses the greatest
advance made b) man through the
centuries, it surer) has a right to
be proud It respects the sacred
dignit) "i the other mar.'- person
and his thinking
Novelist Sees
'But" As Loaded
Word In Prejudice
B) FAITH BALDWIN, Novelist
in ople often take pride in preju
dice The) are not ashamed li-
en pit) them' And yet prejudice
which i- hate and envy, which
i- the slim) feeling ->i false super
iorit) i- together with national
ized .iced, the root <.t war, weap-
ons I-- destro) a people and a na
tioll
I believe that the extermination
udicc i- n-'t accomplished
b) wars bul b) ordinal") men. worn
en and children through their atti-
tudes toward one another In re<
cut years the people who have mosl
helped me, outside of my immed-
iate famil) are Jews and Gentiles,
(athohc- and Protestants 1 turn
to them in trouble. I a-k their pra)
ers, knowing there i- on< God for
us all
Mankind's worst enemies do not
always fiuht openly, stating: I
hate thi- or that Take it or
leave it Such are easier to meet
, In combal No, the worst are those
who operate as underground mur-
mur- the stabbing word so casual;
the undermining phrase, spoken in
good humor Usually they declare
their way b) saying, "You under
stand I haven't a shred of prejudice
personally but ."
N-ver let it pass. Pin it down,
dray it out A-k Wh) A-k V, hen
and where' Present your rebuttal
and in no spirit of apolog)
Propaganda is not onlj for state
Departments It i> for evervbodv'
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with a large variety ol entrees
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I FEBRUARY 13, 1953
Legal notice
^Jtntsti RcrMkui
T^NDR FICTITIOUS
KvBRTISlNO, at 3004 N.
|-U \,...... Illtl-lldS tO I'-KIH-
;,; win, the Cleric of tig
I,.,,!.. County. Flor-
. ,,,,M,,n niebei.man
IrmCUir COURT OF THE
Ith judicial circuit of
lT INI AND FOR DADE
f'lN CHANCERY. No. 15045
IiSnK SIMMONS,
.a**0"5 I'lalntlff
d SIMMONS,
Defendant
ICE BY PUBLICATION
KlHiIlK I! hIMMONS
., Western Area
I -...,. Bl < I
{,. V, .v Joi l<. N.
KkHKKKIIY KBQL'IBBD to
H,.,, f io ii Answer <>r iiit
I, i,i Complaint for
V;\ i im' on herein. on
THKODORK
\i\ nn.' Li"' "I" I'""1 l;.....I -
' '|i,.. i urlda, and HI4
Li ii,,.....f with the Clark of
JfVuirt, "ii "' '" '..... ':"' "r*f
| ihi i lite ili>' al-
I i Kill Will be taken
h da; i f J.uiunry,
r H i.i:\tmi-::iman,
. <-. in Ccrart
|t}: R. II RICE, .IK..
Deput) Clerk
jcircuit court of the
Ith judicial circuit in
Ir DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
ICHANCERY. No. 156039
H \!.ki:i:. i i.iiinifr
WALKER. Defendant.
ICE BY PUBLICATION
iii'i: u \i ,K Kit, 51 Bradford
I.I. n.y.
i iired i" .-: v.-
to the Bill Of
upon Plaintlffs
I r original Ana-
tl Clerk of the
ton ..... S li o.i.
h the Bill
i ,
II be taki
Florida, thli
fa
. HERMAN, Clark,
in; i 'irruil i 'ourt
mi w S'l'tK'KINU,
Deputy Clerk
l: LYONS. 110-U l iyinpla
II i
(CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Iri JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
|CHA\CERY. No 156057
I K, I'lalntlff,
JURXICK. Defendant,
[CE BY PUBLICATION
p IRNI K. 2824 Mer-
.... n. n.y.
, hi n bj i rqulred to serve
> ir Ai the BUI of
i I'n Plaintiff's
, oi Igln d Ana-
! ': : the Clerk of the
I r before the 2th
I V.H ISM; otherwise,
. for I Hvorcc hcrc-
'. I be taken M
da, this 20th
\ : i 1959
l.E VTHERMAW,
1 the Circuit Court
1 County, I ...rida
' 'l HTOCKINO,
Deputy Clark
JH i.Yo.Ns, Jio-U Otympla
F i o Ida
:
LEGAL, NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO AM. To WHOM THKSK 1'Rl-S-
K.VTK SHAM. COMB, OREBTINUH
This Ik to certify that, whereas
Laonapd K. Mp.son, Miami, i-..,
Marvin Hcliulman. Miami Reach, Fla
Margie Cohen. Miami Beach, Kla.
dlil on the 2nd ila\ ..f Novemlii-r A Ii
195H. cause to be Incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws
..f Florida, Acts of 1923, I* K PAC-
ToltS & I.OAN CORPORATION .,
corporation, with Its principal place
of business at Miami, Daiie Count*.
In the State of Florida, and whereas
......... _...... Stock-
holders under the provisions of said
Chapter lismii. Laws of Florida, Ads
of 1925, Showing the dassolBura of
such corporation, and the Secretary
of state is satisfied that the require-
ment* of law have been compiled with
IN WITNESS WllKKKoh. I
have hereunto set my hand
ami have affixed the Brent
Seal of the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital, tiiia
the 2nd da> c,f Februarv. A II
i:i:,;l
I.SKA 1.1
It. A CRAY,
s~,.Ury of state.
Ice bv publication
[Circuit court of the
ith judicial circuit, in
m DADE county, flor-
T,rJn,ANCERV- No. 155998
bTZXEH I'lalntlff
IfZXKll Defendant,
TIIT FOR DIVORCE
K MITZNKR, 194H Black-
lea, c 'alifornia,
'led that a Hill of
. 'ol has been filed
f" *""l 'ii are required to
Inawer c,r Plead-
I inplaint on the
HAIKU.II SIIA-
uii'Mln it ,a.i. Miami Beach.
"" til- the original An srei
P offloe of the clerk
1 in on or before the
let I..i., ,,.v ,,_,-., |f
f. loagtncnl by default will
' >pu for the relief
in of i-ompbklnt.
JsI' 'dtHKItKli at Miami,
V ',,' T! "' ''aiiuary. 1)52,
p-i ', '.''ATHKUMAN.
,,':' '' nit Court,
.el., i nunty, Florida
_ "> '' H. RICE, JH
I !' Deputy Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 156301
RtKIKK KASHA. 1'fain tiff
vs.
OI8BL.B HASH A. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OIHKI.K HASHA, IS LaFleur
Huihene, !',: i Bu Prince, Haiti
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIES)
thai a inn of Complaint for Dlvoroe
Dai been filed afalnsl you m the
above entitled pauae and you are here-
bj required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Hill of r..inplaint on
the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the
original in the office of the clerk of
the Circuit Court on oi bef..... the 2nd
da) of March, IM3, otherwlae De-
.ice I'n, I'oiifessn will be entered
agalnat you.
Tins notice shall be published once
each Me. i, !..i i..... consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN,
Dated at Miami, Florida. Ilii- 2Mb
cia> of January, II
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk c.r Circuit Court
B) M. C OREEN
seal) Deput) fleik
I'Al.l.oT. SILVER .> Mll.l.c iV
An..in. for Plaintiff
">i>i Ingraham Bulldinf, .Miami. Florida
I/so !/-ii-:o
IN THE COURT OF THE JUSTICE
OF THE PEACE. DISTRICT 1. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
!DA. No. 14,677
HARMON EDWARD LIEBERWITZ,
ve. Plaintiff.
LEWIS ALFRED Si'nTT, Defendant
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
Notic,. ig hereby B'ven that under
..nd b) virtue ot a wrli of Execution
issued iii the above st> I. el cause by
Ho- Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
tor Dade County, Florida, and levy
having been made. I will offer for
sale and sell to the highest and beat
bidder for cash, between the hours of
11:011 o'clock in the forenoon and 2:00
"Clock in the afternoon on the 2nd
day of March, 1953. ut the South Front
door of the Court House In Miami
Dade County, Florida, the following
deecrlhed property.
Ixit IS. Block 21 of LIBERTY
CITY, according to the Plat there-
of; i .corded in Plat Hook 7 at
Page 79 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida,
as the property of the Said LEWIS
ALFRED SCOTT to satisfy said Writ
of Execution.
Dated this 23rd day of January, 1IS8|
at Miami. Hade I'ountv. Florida.
THOMAS .1 KELLY. Sheriff,
Did,- County, Florida
Br JOHH OBJUBN,
Deputy Sheriff
1 '30 2 H-13-20
rfJVfPUBLICATION
.!^H^CDERYFORNo.^DE
SPIRT
56063
|i'l\vF0!,,,O'V-O"CE
I",1 .'.rkley
I reb, .....|.
nt for HI-
' iy. .v.,
5 22M
I"' lake., '"'"'""'it I.
, "' January,
M'b'K U.I.' ,'""" ''ourt
Kv wy"",'.'* Horlda.
Kfr>
M,V|
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED File 51095
Notice is hereby riven that JULES
I'EARLMAN. bolder of Clt\ of Miami
Tax Sale Certificate Numbered S6I.
dated the Ith day of June. A.D. IMOc
has filed said Certificate In my of-
fice, anil has made application for
tax deed to issue thereon In accord-
ance with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County, Flor-
ida, to-wit:
Lot 212. (irapeland Height. Plat
Hook 14. l'aae 63. in the City of
Miami. County of Dade. State of
Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of 1'nknown. Cnless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 2.'.th day of February, A.D.
MM,
Dated this 21st day of January, AD.
I Hi.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By N. C. 8TKRRETT.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
/23-30 2/8-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 155973
HLADYS tiolt.MAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
LEWIS GORMAN, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: LEWIS HORMAN
1410 Orand Pom oiirse
Bronx, New York
Y.ni ire h.i.lii notified that a Hill
Of I" iniplnlnt tor Divorce has be eii
filed -ifilnet you and you are herebj
reQulrad to htti h copy of your Ans-
wef to tin- Hill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney ami file the orig-
inal Answer in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on c.r before the
lfiib daj c.r February. IMS; otherwise.
the allegations of said Hill of <'">
Plaint will be taken as confessed
against you. ....
Dated this 16th day of January, 1953.
F. H. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By K 11 RKE. JR.
(Sealt Deputy Clerk
OKOROE J. TALIANOFF. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff. 430 Lincoln
Road. Miami Baach. Florida
1/23-30 2/1-13
PAGE 15 B
LEGAI. NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN ttu.t
MM undersigned, deilrini to anmaeaa
ZL>22. A.vv- i"",,i,e > '"<-is So
faclater s.,mi name
the I'lrcuit court
>' "' io..
With tile
or Dade
to
flerk of
Coanty,
M
a CHABL W l8feg0,ERR.)OOHBN
Attorney for Applicant
I Pi, lliscayne Huildim:
-' \t -M 27 | |
'Ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v NAME LAW
Norn E is HEREBY CHVBN that
undersigned, desliini; to engage in
1X1 V "s" NW ::"1 -^-<"' Mi
',,'l ',;''' '"u",y- "?'. mundi t
niatei aald name with the Clerk ..r
the (iicull Court of Dad-
Morlda.
Coiuity.
RICHARD K.<.E..HL,,:!^,',,'KK
Atioi aey for Jasper M.......
SSConaresi Building, Miami. Florida
"-" 2/1.-13-20
NOTICE UIML>e.K FICTITIOUS*" *
NAME LAW
.M-rii i: ia ,i,.,ti',nv given that
'h? undersigned, deiirffig to engage in
Viv!Swi'i"" '' ""' ril'"i"s nan,.....
'"' -s SHi (EH at I I.e. N.W. 7th Av-
Miami, Ha.. Intend! to register
said name with ti. clerk of the cir-
cuit ourt or Dade County, F'b.rlda
HARRY B. SMITH. *$* C
Attoiney tor Applicant
350 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
IN l nc c,inCui I OUuHT UK THE
!NnVloDHr,iU,D,CIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15W0-B
Ml RRAY LEVlNEand SAM I.EV1MF
d b a SAMSON BLOCK CO.
1'lalntiffs
vs.
CORBIN D. LANCASTER, a/k/a
C. 1>. LANCASTER and
HELEN A. LANCASTER, Ins wife,
.,_.,___, Defendants
NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE
NOTICE H-i IIKKKHi UIVEN that
the undersigned, as Bpeclal Master.
under and by virtue "t tne Flnaj De-
ii-leifore entered In the above
styled cause, on the Slat day of De-
cember, 1162, will orfer r..i aale and
sell at public auction f,,r ,.,-h. p, t|,e
highest and beat bidder, at the south
front door or the County Court House
of Dade County in tbe City of Miami
i M':' 'ountj. Ploi Ida, on the 2nd das
"f March, I95S, between the hours o'f
11:00 o'clock a.m. and 2:00 o'clock
p.m., the sain.- being a legal sales
day. and the hours he legal houn
"f aale, the following described prop-
erty, lying, iltuate and being in Dade
County, Florida, to-wit:
Lots I through 8 In Kick :,, CAM-
BRIDGE LAWNS PARK SEH-
DIVISION, according to the Plat
thereof, ......rded In Plat Book
50, e.g.- l cf the Public Re ordi
of Dade County, Florida,
together wit ii all the tenemeuta, her-
editaments and appurtenants there-
unto belonging, or In jfiiy wise ap-
pertaining, being sold to Mtisf) said
Decree.
DATED at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this 20th dav of January,
l:i:.:i.
HARRY GORDON
Special Master in Chancery
SACL QBNET
Attorneys lor i'latntiffs
QBNET ft tSKNKT
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, F^.
1/23-31 2-6-13
LEGAL HOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155216
MILTON WIENER. Plaintiff,
vs.
QBRTRUDE WIENER, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Io QERTRLDF; WIENER, 17s E.
H.'.th St., Hrooklvn, New York
, Y.,u, UERTRl'DB WIENER, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
PBtlnl far Divorce has b.en flleil
against you. and you are rei|iiired to
nervi I oofiy e,f yesir Answer or I'l,-ail-
ing to the- li.ll of Complaint on the
piaintirr.s Attoiney, oftokuf: J. TAL-
A.NCEI HO Lincoln Road, Miami
lleach, F'lorlda, and file the original
Answer or I'leading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Mth day c,r February, ItSS,
ir y,ii fail to el., so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken attains! \.,u for
the- relief deinacded in the Rill of
i 'ompliilnl.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21th day of January. .\n.
E B I.EVIHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Had.- County, Florida
By R. H. RUE. JR.
(Circuit Courl Seal) Deputy clerk
1/30 2/K-).:-2ip
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29489b
In Re: ESTATE <>V
KATHBRINE FBRDA, Dereaaed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Betali
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and rejojulred !> present any
claims and demands which von. or
either e,f you. may have against the
estate of KATHKR1NE FERDA, .....
'''' i late e.r Dade County, Plortda,
to the lion FRANK B. DOWLINQ,
one of the County Judges of Dade
Coanty, and rile the same in his of-
fice in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
or the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, 01 sini'
will be barred.
Date January 21st, A D IM|
MAURICE FERDA, as Executor or
the Last Will and Testatment <>f
(CATHERINE FERDA, Dece
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
1/30 2/5-13-20
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156108
PHILIP DEMBNER, Plaintiff
vs.
ROSE DEMBNER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Rose DEMBNER, IK55 Inion
Street. Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified thai Bill
or Complaint for Divorce lias been
riled agalnat you, and you arc requir-
ed i" serve a copy or your Anawer or
I'Uadmg to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN F.
KESSl.ER, 4 S W 22nd Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida, and fib, tio- original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clark of the Circuit Court on or
heoare the 21st day of FVhrtiary, 19.'.:!.
if you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill or
Complaint.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day c.r January, A.D.
1953.
E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
llv M. C. C.REFJN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk.
1/23-30 2/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156599
EDITH ii. WARREN, Plaintiff
HARRY' ALLEN WARREN,
aka HARRY WARREN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRT ALLEN WARREN,
aka HARRY WARREN
New i II can--. I .i ||
Y"u. li.: i} Allen Wai 11 n, aka Har-
ry Warren, are hereby notified that a
BUI of Complaint .'or Divoi ce ha i- i n
filed against you, and you are re |U
ad to serve .c copy c.r your An
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs Attorney, AMOS BEN-
JAMIN, 505 Olympls Building, Miami,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
ol the Circuit CoJUli 00 or before the
SSrd day ,.r February, 1852 ir you
rail to do so. judgment by default ill
be taken against you for tb" relief de-
manded iii the Hill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDEBRD at Miami,
F'lorlda. this 21st day of January.
19SS.
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
By WM W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
1/23-30 2 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring tee engage n
business under the fictitious nan.....:
AL8TBVE APARTMENTS, at SSI
Mi en Avenue, Miami Beach, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk or the Circuit Court of Hade
County. Florida.
BAML'BL YANOWITZ
MOLLY YANOWITZ
KOVNBR .'- MANNHEIMBR
Attorne>s for Samuel v Mouy Yanon
Attorneys of Samuel ft
Molly Yanowlti
2/S-13-S0-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1580e
ELRCRN TA1.ROT and
NATALIE TALBOT, Ills wife.
Plaintiffs
MARGARET c JACQUES,
aka MARGARET C Rl'SSF.LL
,I RI'SSEL. bar husband,
Defendants
SUIT FOR MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
TO: MARGARET C. J.M'"1'KS
aka MAlttSARET C. R1SSF.LL
and Hl'SSKI.. her husband
197th Street A. ::7lh Avenue
Dade County. F'lorlda
Mailing address: Rt. 3
Post Office Bos J31-D,
Hollvwood, Florida
You Margaret C. Jaoquea, aka Mar-
garel C Russell and itussei.
her husband, are herebj notified that
a Hill ...' Complaint t" Foreclose Mort-
gage hes >> filed against you, and
...ii are required to sen- pppjr_oI
vein \n t or I'l. idlngs t" the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiffs' At-
torney AMoS BENJAMIN, :."-' t.lym-
Dla Building, Miami. Florida, and file
the original Answer "i Pleading In
tbe ..ft......f the cierk of the Circuit
Comt on or before the 2::r.l day d
F'ebiuarv. 19.'.3 If von fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED si Miami,
Florida this 21st day of .timiary. 1553.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I>ade County. Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
1/23-30 S/S-13 .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the rictltlous name of
SINRAD MOTEL, at Bisrayne Boule-
vard and Northeast 62nd Street. Mi
ami, Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MARTIN HOTEL. INC.
By: MARTIN T. GOODMAN
President
ATTEST:
JEANNECOODMAN
Secretary
STANLEY JOEL LEVINR, Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
1/30 2/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
noticf: is hereby oitbn that
the uncle!signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious n.n......1
THRBF: CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at
1761 S W Ith Street. Miami, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
BERNARD TRACHTENBERG
ALLEN DENN
2 6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
Lawrence Collard is no longer con-
nected W'lth the Three Captains Fish-
eries.
HERNARH TltACHTENBBHG
and ALLBN DENN, owners
2 11-13-211-27 -
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tee engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PALM GARDENS, at 752-750 Meridian
Avenue, Miami Roach. Florida, intend
to register aald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F'lorlda.
JACK LENNICK
ANN LENNICK
A. BUDD CUTLER
Attorney for I'aim Gardens
I 23-10 2,6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CROYDON MANUFACTURING &
EXPORT CO., at Miami. Dade Coun-
ty, F'la Intend.- to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, F'lorlda.
I."CIS A. RET
l/SO 1/8-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign*'.I, desiring to engage in
business under ih.- fictitious name ol
HIT5NA VISTA LAI NDER-1T AND
DRY CLEANING, al 1002 N w. 2nd
Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend t.. reg-
Istei -iii name with the Clerk of tin
circuit court .,r Hade County, FTori .
GOLDIE GREER and
EVA KAPLAN, sole owners
AMos BENJAMIN
Attorney for owners
1 23-311 2 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tbe undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under the fn tftloua name ,.r
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, at 67
f:. 1st Avenue, Hlaleah, Fla., Intends
to register said name with the Clei .
of the Circuit Court of | >ude County,
Florida.
ALBBRT LEVITE, Sole Ow
PALLOT, SILVER Attorneys for Applicant
>"i Ingraham iiidg.
2 (-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 2469/
RE: ESTATE tF
ANTHONY SIC. .. I ..,.,, -, i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- herebj given that I
ii,.\" i led mj fii eport and pe-
tltlon t' r I Inal D harge ... Admit
[sii.'it i\ de bonl- m n e.r the esti
.r ANTHl 'NY 8IC<. is. ii
ol March, 1953,
I will appl) : the I!"' rable W. F'.
Hi. v.NTt IN, Counl Dade
County. Florida, I
final repoi i and foi final disci
as Administratrix de bonls non of
of ANTHc INY SH '' '. deceas I.
ir.tli da) of Jai
la eiisi: BICO
HARRY ZUKERNICK
. for Admlnistratri i de
Non
ISO I.me..in Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
80-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT uiVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. snjsajge
business under the fictitious name of
A< E MOVING en. at 1136 N.W. Mth
Ai.'. int.nils t" reglstei said name
with the Cleik ..f the Circuit Court
of Ha.I.- County, Florida.
I'AL'L BERLIN
I 8-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156372
PAUL DI CANDIA, Plaintiff
VS.
LUCY HI CANDIA, H.fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LUCY Dl CANDIA, B9 Monroe
Street, New York 2. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTII IED
thai a Bill of Complaint for Dlvori i
has been filed against you in the
above entitled i as.' and you -f- hern
i.\ required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorneys, and file Ih.....ur-
inal In Hie offu.....r the Clerk e,r the
Circuit Court on or before the nth
day "i March, itss, otherwlos .. I >
Pro Confeaso Will be entered against
you.
This notice shall be published em. .
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DATF:D at Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of January. 1953.
B. H LEATHERMAN.
Cierk of Circuit Court
By: M. C. OREEN
. s. li Deputy Clerk
BALLOT. SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff, sin Ingraham
Building. Miami. Florida
2/6-1.1-20-27
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Javwlgh Florldlan *>
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W apprcclatci 7 o a r
pcrtronatj# and *eju<3YQsV
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far mHsengw gerrlc*.
SEITLIN & COMPANY
X
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AND
COMMERCIAL
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PHONE 9-3836
! N. C. 2ns T. MIAMI St. FLA.

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