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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
iti-Semitic Propaganda Unleashed
6 V V V
Views Means Of Aiding
500,000 Jews In Iron Curtain
Copyright, ltN. Jewish Teloeraohic Aaoncy, Inc.)
[LNGTON (JTA>What effective action could be taken by
m world to aid the 2,500,000 Jews behind the Iron Curtain
by the Communist anti-Semitic campaign and to protect
L Israel from Communist pressures, was the subject of major
|jc,n here this week.
ffor action along two lines was clearly indicated. First, there
nt demand that a pow
British
Approve
Jet Sales
LONDON (JTA) Parliament's
approval by a strict party vote of
267 to 238, of'the British Govern-
ment's policy of selling jet planes
to the Arab states has not quieted
criticism, it was indicated by the
British press.
The liberal Manchester Guardian
was editorially "disturbed" at the
sale of jet aircrafts to the Middle
East, asserting that it made for a
"tightening of tension where we
should be doing everything to
contention that Israel and I slacken it." It also suggested that
hi neeu .mi u.: America are allied in an anti-So- \ such sales might villate the tripar-
b by its representatives ; viet conspiracy. There was also an I tate declaration of 1950 HMtfll
,ral. economic and mili opinion advanced by Secretary! relieving tension in the Middle
1 Dulles, according to a reliable in- \ East. It took issue with government
formant. that any American ex- j spokesmen who yesterday said
pression on behalf of Israel would that the sales were
not stop the Kremlin but might
alienate the Arab world.
Former Governor Adlai Steven-
ICongressional leaders met | son discussed tne Israel-Soviet situ
fesident Eisenhower and ..__ ______,h _mU nmh
of State John Foster
Accuse Jews Of Hitler Tactics
In M
love To Draw Arab Favor
(Copyriqht, 1953, Jewish Telooraohk Aooncy, Inc.)
NEW YORK (JTA)The Kremlin last week continued a powerful
propaganda drive against Israel and the Jewish people living within
and beyond the confines of the Soviet Union in a campaign appar-
ently aimed at creating sentiment indiscriminately against Jews
everywhere.
The Moscow Literary Gazette, an organ influential in setting, the
tone of the Soviet press, carried
Ed-wide protest be direct-
I Kremlin to secure aban-
|of the anti-Jewish cam-
|Soviet agreement to let
I leave the Iron Curtain
for Israel and other
I settlement.
v. developments made it
steps had to be taken
State of Israel, isolated
lie Arab world and men-
ivert Soviet enmity. Israel
oenized this need and in
kigh Condemnation
Washington, the impli-
I the Soviet Union's anti-
fcampaien were discussed
White House meeting
at Mr. Eisenhower's first press
conference. However, this was not
acted upon because of fear that
situation of Jews behind the Iron
Curtain but decided that they did
not know what course of action to
take.
One idea that occurred at the
meeting was that the Soviet Union
might exploit any official Ameri-
can protest to bolster the Commu-
Israel and
a diatribe against the State of Is-
rael which it accused of stealing a
page from Adolf Hitler's bible of
racialism in its treatment of 140,-
000 Arabs in the Jewish State.
These Arabs, the Moscow jour-
nal complained, have been com-
pelled to live under "intolerable"
conditions in ghettos modelled
ation, among other world prob-
lems, with President Eisenhower
and Secretary Dulles during his
fcation was given to the Washington visit. He also met for
of a Presidential protest om> hour md fifteen minuteS with
Hatement might do more i H A Byroade> Assistant Sec-
Kood Similar concern.! of S(ate for Near Eastern
earned, was felt over the '
I of proposed Congressional
Britain's economic life. The news-
paper aaked where Egypt or Israel
would get the cash for the planes,
adding that if they had the money
it would better be spent on more
useful products.
The conservative London Daily
Telegraph declared that there
"could be no objection to the pro-
vision of arms if they were to be
used as part of a stable Middle
Commit
Suicide
reiarv ui owic <# **.* -----, uacu kb* ~~ --------
Affairs, to discuss problems relat-, East defense system. But there is
! it ions The conferees
deep concern over the
ing to Israel and the Arab states
Continued on Page 5 A
iti-Zionists Named
o Near East Posts
-JBNGTON (JTA)Those concerned with the maintenance of
rab stability are observing the expected assignment by 1
every objection," it stressed, "if
the arms are to be used to aggra-
vate the tensions which have so
far made a stable defense of this
area impossible."
The Times of London felt that
the apprehensions aroused were all
OUt of proportion to the number of
aircraft involved. It said that if
the present Anglo Egyptian negoti-
ations end in some kind of a work-
able arrangement for joint defense
of the Middle East, the British
two career diplomats, who are widely regarded Government must honor its treatv
enh-iwer of .. i---------.....-
BDDistS. to sensitive Middle Eastern posts. The two are Loy
km. present Ambassador to Iran who may be sent to Egypt,
prge Wadsworth, Ambassa- -
[Czechoslovakia and former
Idor to Turkey, who ap-
ated to be envoy to Pakis-
erson. as director of the
k Near Eastern Affairs be-
J945 and 1948, was consid-
|e leader of the State De-
bt faction which thought
P> policy on Palestine
I coincide with British and
**s at the expense of Zion-
fations He was regarded as
pvidual chiefly responsible
Jericas reversal on the Unit-
ion's plan for Hie partition
%stine.
[diari
It i
ies of the late James
former Secretary of De-
reveal the pro-Arab role
1>> Henderson. Should his
[talent to Egypt be ronfirm-
r* u concern lest his pres-
*r* 'end itself to the build-
f anti-Israel.
naming of Henderson as
**w to Egypt is seen by
n attempt by the new ad-
*on to notify the Arab
lMt the "pro Israel" policy
Truman era has been re-
Egypt in recent months' iag, Israel.
has become the center of Western
efforts to form a Middle Eastern
Command against Communism. |
There has been talk of a possible.
visit to Washington by Egyptian
Premier General Naguib.
Despite Israel's concern over the
maintenance of peace in the Mid
die East, there have been negoti
at ions between Egypt and the Unit
ed States In connection with the
shipment of heavy munitions.
Wadsworth Is now known as
well as Henderson, but Israelis re-
call his previous service in the Mid-
dle East. His assignment to Pakis
tan is thought important because
of the possibility that his Moslem
country will be associated with the
Arab League states in the pro
jected Middle East Command.
The administration in Washing
ton makes decisions on foreign pol-
icy based on reports from ambassa
! dors in the field. Therefore, it is
intelligent decisions.
arrangements and equip the Egyp- j
tians as fully as possible.
The issue was formally raised
Continued on Page 5*
VIENNA (JTA) Zoltan Vas.
chief of Hungary's Planning Of-
fice, and 11 other high ranking
Jews in the Hungarian Govern-
ment have committed suicide, it
was reported here by the Aus-
trian newspaper. Die Presse. The
report stated that the suicides
resulted from a "wave of purges"
directed against Jews in the Hun-
garian Government.
The newspaper estimated that
at least 30 top-ranking Jews had
committed suicied or had other-
wise fallen victim of the purge.
It added that the purge was di-
rected by a visiting Russian
group that came to Budapest
three weeks ago.
The 30 Jews were allegedly
"suspected Zionists." Die Presse
pointed out that Mr. Vas' office
was responsible for economic
planning in Hungary, and he was
held partly responsible for the
current economic crisis in the
country.
after Hitler's concentration camps
for Jews.
For more ammunition against
the Zionist movement, the Com-
munist propagandists went back
three decades to reveal a shocking
Zionist anti-Soviet plot. At that
time, they charged, Zionist organ-
izations were established in Car-
patho Russia to function as a blind
for the "designs of the American
imperialists" and to serve as "out
posts against the Soviet Union."
American espionage activities util-
izing this network, the Communists
charged, were directed by one Ben-
jamin Parker working from head-
quarters in Uzhgorod.
At that time. Carpatho-Russia
was a part of the Czechoslovak
j State. It was subsequently incor-
Iporated into the Soviet Union.
Doctors Under Fir*
A new attack on Jewish doctors
was launched during the week by
the newspaper Pravda of Kiev and
! picked up by other Soviet propa- g
I ganda agencies. In this case, the at-
jtack was directed against a group
of Jewish doctors in the city of
'iNicoiaev, who were accused of hav-
I ing defrauded the State.
A prominent Jewish personality,
Vassily Semenovitch Grossman,
noted Soviet war correspondent
and novelist, was also singled out
for attack this week. Grossman
was denounced by the Kommun-
ist. official organ of the Commun-
ist Party Central Committee. The
editors of the journal of the union
of writers were also denounced for
having published Grossman's latest
book.
Grossman, for a change, was not
accused of "Zionism" or 'cosmo-
politanism" but of "Pythagorian-
isnl_" a fourth century philo-
sophical movement which eager
Continued on Paoo 5 A
Mount Sinai Jubilee Slated
For Thursday; Sullivan Stars
floC^- ^^ "d^lt wan,S ,0 "SSUre ,he SUCCCSS
f *t2?2E%S3! with music, dance and comedy, will be the
resuJ of weVksTwork'on the part_of many energetic volunteers^
the various Jubilee committees.
thought that --------
particularly on the "J***"; ihe 44-hour spectacle:
die Eastern area, require objective
ambassadorial reporting )9+
lief exists that the findings of Hen-
derson and Waisworth would favor
the Arabs in any instance wvolv-
The "behind the scenes" work
began last November, when Leon
ard A. Wien. chairman for the third
consecutive year, announced pians
for the Mount Sinai all-star Jubilee.
Then he set about organizing com
mittees to do the routine but neces-
sarv work to assure the success of
to produce
funniest, most star-packed
show of all. to handle the seating
arrangements, to deliver ticket*
and posters, to schedule transpor
tationfor night club and theatre
acts and to mobilize the commun-
ity in order to assure a sell-out
audience.
Co-chairmen of the Women's Ac-
tivities Committee for the Jubilee
are Mrs. Stanley Freh'.ing and Mrs.
Leonard A. Wien, who have head-
eo a group of more than two dozen
actively working volunteers. Head-
ing the Office Committee. Mrs.
William Capland has devoted hours
to the tedious tasks of list-typing,
cross-indexing and addressing en-
velopes so previous contributors
could be told of this year's affair.
Soliciting via telephone has been
done by a committee headed by
Mrs. Jane Snetman. During the
last week of the Jubilee campaign,
telephones have been busy at the
bridge house offices, and the Tele
phone Committee members have
industriously answered all incom-
ing calls for information.
Volunteer motor corps workers,
the "Jubileers," have been deliv-
ering tickets, picking up checks
and arranging for display of post-
ers in hotels and shop windows.
The Jubileers are under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Sam Coollk, Miss Fe-
licia Orovitz and Mrs. Joseph Pos-
tol.
Chairman of the Hotel Division
is Joseph Rose, who has been so-
liciting contributions from his fel-
Continued on P*9* 2 B
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FRIDAY,
Sand In Your Shoes Set Sunday Evening ^S/s"^"
Vhraham Maloff
"All original" will be the music,
choreography, lyrics and drama for
Sand In Your Shoes, first time cav-
alcade <'f Miami's pioneer days to
V performed on Sunday. March
1st. 8:15 p.m.. in the Miami Beach
.Auditorium
The production is the fund rais-
ing project for the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center. Over-
all chairman is Mrs. Sylvia Chert-
\of.
Written and directed by the Ring
Theatre.- Sam Hirsch. Sand In
Your Shoes will unfold folktale.
Pallet and choral music by Robert
itrassburg who. since his arrival
n Greater Miami two years ago,
has produced two music festivals
and 30 radio programs hero.
The cast of soloists includes Mrs.
David Driicker. John Burr. Norma
Heill. LODis ('losser. the Bertie
ng Benjamins. Alan I.umpkin
d Laurel Rubin, with Irma
hwar/ and I.enore Gaynor spot-
igbted in a twin-piano tea::: Also
eatured i- Miss Elinor Wils
.'unior Choir of the Miami Beach
Junior-Senior High Schi
Original lyrics to the two theme
-ongs. Sand In Your Shoes and The
Good <>! on
bv Miami Beach's Ada Morley
Greenfield. The show's choreog-
rapher is G Ann Kini. formerly
on the dance and dram3 staff at
the University of M
sistant dance director
Studios.
Dance sequerut I I
ta Sun God rites w;:'- -
men, Hurricane and M -
lets and a swim >.:
Heading the dramatu
Jane Fisher in her our. role a<
Beach pioneer with Carl Graham
Fisher; Rick Nelson .:- :':
Emanuel Schrader as Henn M
Flagler. Dorothv K Fink M Kn
Flakier. Lynne i.e\ir: .,- Mr- Julia
D. Tuttle; Al Zie^er as James In
graham: and Eddie Cohen in the
role of his father. 1896 Miami pi
oncer merch..' Cohen.
Others In the acting company
are K M I-<'"
Sheir. :
Lee
Wick
Barbai
-
^ .., .mi building of Za
Jewi-h Center Relmiou-
will be dedicated on Sun-
March Ut, 8 p.m.. at
the Center 44 Zamora Avenue.
The dedication will be in honor
k :. -.,:,; ,1 Maloff, general
There is no
"overnight cure"
for constipation!
But there is a natural way to free
yourself from harsh purges forever
:

*ND THF PROGRESS OF CO\-
STIPA 1 In-.. I ROM i)C( ask,'. Al
TO < > vf mi v Tn rwmiMi / s
HAST I \FH TO A_ UIUI.I.Y I ^REAL-
IZED I \ 77. \ / BY THF WA) I HI
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YEAR H I R 17 AR H / H lRn\i.
n Ri.. 1IVF COMPOUNDSTOO
V4777747 LAXATIVE
HAR. 1AVI A SHI SO ( HRRU I l\ I RI.
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irishmen! to i
purgat
to prod it into renewed rnu
tion.
It's no 1 -
viciout i" tal
Belore the victims realize it. their
condition has progrtand 10 far that
even daily laxative or purgativ,
ing can no longer bring satisfactory,
comfortable relief.
OF COURSE. THIS NEED NEVER
HAPPEN. IF_ YOU'RE CONSTI-
PATED BECAUSE OF LACK OF
Bl IK IN YOUR DIET-AS IS LSI/'.
ALLY THE CASE-THERE IS A ~WAY
TO AVOID DRUG- TYPE LA~XA~-
TIVES ALTOGETHER. AND PLACE
YOUR MAIN DEPENDENCE ON
NATURE. "--------------
Whole-wheat bran, you know, is
nature'; "laxative food instead of a
medicine." When properly processed
and shredded, it yields smooth bulk
that di*.*s naturally what drug-type
laxatives do chemically.
YOU GET THE COMPLETE.
WHOLE BRAN WITH NOTHING
TAKEN AWAY TO LESSEN ITS EF-
FECTIVENESS IN KELLOCC~ALT-
BRA\TIIF
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It
nature intend-
propel

1 HERE IS NO i HL'RNING.
' \i I! 1 PS1 I S I
: I X< II'I THE
FEELING OF SATISFACTI I
AM' FULFILLMEN I w i!U'll
II Wl 111 NORM U. N \i-
IATION
KEI LOGG'S ALL-BRAN IS
I. 1 OR 1 HI. NORM
GES1 I. IK.U r.
you DO NOT COURT THE PIS.
ASTIR OF PROGRESSIVE < (ivTTT!
7 A I i, \ I
Al I BRAS
r* Tin-, h lies yoi
Ol'Nt I 1)1 KHIIH.I,
I'AILY. AND DRINK PI I SI Y OF
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But. remember. Kellogg'! \
A "drug-type"
icious, ready-to-eal NATURAL
luatlVe cereal. No
u in the amount, y.,-,i u .
eat for break fast-can give you the
benefits of All-Bran.
No exaggerated or unsupported
claims are made for :!.,
ties of Kellogg s All Bran The name
Kellogg's on the package, a symbol
of health tfirYwghout the civiliied
world, speaks lor itnelf
<>: ro':.--.- i... ... |
'overnight cure" f.,r tonatipatioa
There is no such thing All I
be eaten regularly to obtain the nat-
ural and lasting relief you are looking
for. "
Eat Kellogg's All.Bran even- mom-
mg for 10 days || youre no. ,
piete.y satisfied, mail theei
ton to the Kellogg Company, Battle
creek, Michigan -and
your money
I spent half my life looking for a cure
for constipation. Alter 35 yeare I began
tKellogg'aAll-Brand ulj I I
been bothered with constipation
te-K%Caret Topham
300 W. ShenhardStree
Sagmaw :t. Michigan
Xatural laxative cereal
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417 Washington At*.
Miami Baach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sta.
Hebrew Rettgloaa SuppUae
For Synaaoguea and Private
Use. AJao for Hebrew flchonla.
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'MEMBER OF ta
Call 2.
manager of Food Fair Stores of
da Incorporated
Maloff is one of the founders
>ol tht- Zamora I '-nter and served
.den' for two terms
Guest -: iker at the dedication
uill be Dr Kurt Peiser, former
vice | ol the University
of Pennsjlvania and assistant to
r,ti. chairman ol the
I ird ol Directors.
A > ler in l oral Gables,
currently working toward
a community playground on the
propert) ol Zamora Jewish Center.
children of all faith- can
plaj together.
Purim Fete At West
Miami Center Saturday
West Miami Jewish (enter will
:'- annual Purim Social on
evenii h 30 p m En-
tertainment will include dancing
and the crowning ol a yuecn Es-
ther
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mid
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+ U^Ul fhrMitr
$ Neck No I Jewish Home Pays Tribute To Kopelowitz At Board Meet; Ablin Buildng Discussed
;r Than Hitler's
le Pepper Says
Line [hat sn.lin's nock is
fc than Hitler's," made by
R ,. Claude IVpper,
1, peremoniea at the Mi-,
rewish (enter on Mon ;
The affair ran? down
lain on Brotherhood Week
Florida.
II told more than 1.000 pcr-
f. tr Hitler and his hier-
Kerewasa Nuremberg; for
in,l his devils there will be
'too" The former senator
Soviet anti-Semitic out-
la., -almost beyond belief"
Led the world "to rise in
land let the sadists of the
know their crimes will
I unpunished."
I pro >ram. co-sponsored by
Lriiia region of the National
knee of Christians and Jew*
[the Men's Club of the ^en-
featured the first public
I in the South of the original
ritten in 1790 by George
feton
, Morgenstern. president
[foundation which owns the
L document, turned it over
E| [rviD3 Lehrman in a re-
lent of the scene at the He-
Icongregation in Newport,
tland. 163 years ago.
bi Lehrman read the doeu-
Miich first established that
lovernment of the United
Hives to bigotry no
L to persecution no assist-
b( Irving ( ypen. president of
fcn Club, presided. An hon-
|r,! : the Jewish War Veter-
l, ami Beach Boy Scouts,
the letter during the pro-
Jimmy Kopelowitz is pictured in car which was presented to him Monday
ademy Slates
\\m Carnival
flme At The Hebrew
in celebration of the
Purim, will be spon-
Fathers' Club of the
on Sunday. Mareh 1st,
Over 125 Board members of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami and communal lead-
ers here were guests on Monday
of Baron and Polly de Hirsch Mey-
er at their home, 20 Star Island,
at a party in honor of M. J. Kopel-
owitz. chairman of the Board of
the Home.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice
president of the Home, paid tribute
to Kopelowitz for his 25 years of
outstanding communal service in
humanitarian causes. Kopelowitz
j has held high posts in the Greater
' Miami Jewish Federation, Greater
! Miami Jewish Community Center.
| Jewish Social Service Bureau. Beth
I David Synagogue and other organ
izations during the past quarter
century-
Culmination of the tribute occur-
red when Sam Blank. Otto Held.
Abe Kurman. Barney B. Lee. Sam
Levenson. Sam Luby. Baron de
Max Orovitz, Maurice Pearlstein, i Building a living reality as quicklyplete absence of isolation rooms."
Jacob Sher. Gus Trau. Dr. Joseph I as possible by emphasizing "the
M. Weidberg and Carl Weinkle j immediate and imperative need for
presented Kopelowitz with a spec- an infirmary type building to care
ial Chevrolet car as a token of
their esteem.
Mr. and Mrs. de Hirsch Meyer
presented Mr. and Mrs. Kopelo-
witz with personal gifts in appre-
ciation of their long friendship.
for the chronically and acutely ill
residents of the Home." As an ex-
ample of this urgent need, he
pointed to the "situation which pre-
vails at Douglas Gardens this very
moment when almost half of the
The affair was the occasion for I 60 residents are in bed with virus,
a second surprise tribute. Abe Kur- j "Patients with virus are not ad-
man, president of the Home, pre- missible to hospitals unless they .....-
sented Colonel Jack M. Arvey, Bar- have private rooms, and even if ] continue into the indefinite future
on de Hirsch Meyer and David Phil-
Pointing to the fact that the
nursing corps at Douglas Gardens
is overworked. Kurman added that
it was "exceedingly difficult for
them to provide the necessary care
for these residents because of the
distances they must cover to get
to the cottages scattered through
out the grounds. The Board and
friends of the Home have a serious
and immediate responsibility to sec
to it that this situation does r.ol
lips with solid gold tie-clasps for
their unusual leadershipin the pro-
they were, very likely could not! "We must have the wherewithal
get in because hospital beds dur-|to break ground for the Jack Al>-
ing the season are obtained with
Hirsch Meyer. Jack Muravchick.I make the Jack Ablin Memorial
ieeted Jack Ablin Memorial Build-. difficulty," Kurman said. "It is
ing The trio has been responsible I likely that those of our residents
for raising $75,000 of a goal of who are not in bed with the virus
$125,000 for the building which is may soon be because of the com-
the first unit of a master plan for
a completely new Home for the
Aged.
Kurman urged those present to
in Memorial Building no later than
early fall of 1953 "
In.. .
11
bi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
ced fct entertain
es and a variety of
Iment- have been planned for
Fal her and-Son and Moth-
i-Daughter Tournaments are
uled Contest booths will be
k on the Academy grounds
bvide further entertainment.
ren will masquerade in appro-
I'urim costumes.
listing Aaron S. Lauer are the
kme> Sidney Rubinowitz. Dav-
pdron, Irving Firtel, Samuel
Iwerg. Alexander S. Gross,
1 Ka'.z. Joseph Shapiro, Aaron
' and members of the Hebrew
pmy faculty including Edna
v .-liana Spector, Hannah
Son. Samson Kraus and Mal-
Furman.
La Traviata Is
Old Favorite Here;
Slated Monday Eve
Music patrons who attend the
Opera Guild of Greater Miami's
production of La Traviata at Mi-,
ami Beach Auditorium on Monday I four local radio stations at three
evening, March 2nd. will recognize! convenient times:
the Will Open
Red Croat* Drive
President Dwight Eisenhower
I Will Officially open the 1953 Red
Cross Fund Campaign on Sunday.
March 1st. with special radio and
television broadcasts.
Dade Countians will be able to
hear the President over any of
the plot as one of the favorites of
literature.
If the plot sounds familiar, it
i because La Traviata is based
WKAT. 7 p.m.; WGBS, 10:15 p.m.;
and WQAM, 11:30 a.m.
Dade Countians will also hear
a radio dramatic show, starring
is oecause L.a iraviaia is uascu, ----- __,. D
on Camille. once vividly portrayed movie actress Shirley Booth. Pres-
__ .... ,,i Documentary
Film To R< Shown
An unusual documentary film
produced by the Quakers will pro
vide the basis for a discussion on
the subject. Can Another World
War Be Prevented, at the next
meeting of the Liberal Arts Group
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. The meeting will
be held at the Center's Town
Branch, at 8:15 p.m.
Guest speaker will be attorney
John B. Orr. Jr. The film is en-
titled, A Time For Greatness, and
depicts the methods by which peo
pie throughout the world can pre-
vent another war. Chairman for
the evening is Mrs. William Zuck-
erman. Mr. and Mrs. Max Sockloff
will be in charge of refreshments.
in i n mi it ii 4 he Hi
ps I97,:t Vital
nmunity Chest workers have
pd that they had topped their
Igoal of si.050.000 and had
new high record for funds
[ted for the Red Feather Drive
fie County.
jet figure subscribed was
|426.36.
hundred volunteer workers,
In- at the Columbus Hotel,
N they had more than reach-
fir goal. Mrs. F. F. Ravlin.
man of the Metropolitan Di-
pre-ided.
> ear's drive topped last
Soal by more than $74,000
narked the first time Dade
frs ever have topped the mil-
filar fii-ure for the Commun-
pest.
Ml contributed to the once
campaign support 22 Red
fcr agencies and the USO.
By ot the various divisions
' Mign had already re-
1 topping their goals by large
Uftt,
in a Hollywood film.
In the Opera Guild's production,
Eleanor Steber. famous soprano of
the Metropolitan Opera Company, I
will appear as Violetta. Charles
Kullman will sing the role of the
voung lover. Alfredo, and Robert
Weede. well known to Miamians
for his previous Guild roles, will
be heard as the father. The latter
two are also top ranking Metro-
politan stars.
Their efforts will be augmented
by six local singers who will per-
form the minor roles Alfred
di Monteverde as Baron Douphel;
Edward Doe as the Marquis; Nan-
cy Firszt as Annina; Lola Ruth as
Flora; Tom Winston as Dr. Gren-
ville; and Marx Faber as the Ser
vant.
The conductor will be Emerson
Buckley who has had four prev
ious Opera Guild performances un-
der his baton.
Tony Stivanello. who has come
to Miami to stage manage the
Guild's productions for the past
several vears. will again be respon j
sible for the 75-voice chorus.
Young ballerinas and male danc
ers from the studio of Thomas Ar |
mour will do the third act ballet
|B La Traviata. Behind the scenes,
is Dr. Arturo di Filippi. founder j
and director of the Opera Guild
Dr. di Filippi sang the tenor role
of Alfredo when the Guild pre-
sented La Traviata over a decade
ago
ident Eisenhower will make his
broadcast direct from the White
House-
Dade County's quota in the fund
drive is $282,132. Residents are
asked to contribute in order that
the Red Cross may carry on its
various services, locally and also
abroad to the men in the armed
forces.
Give Charter To
Racial Body
The Dade County Council on
Community Relations, formed to
work for the elimination of racial,
religious and other discriminations,
was granted a charter by Circuit
Judge Stanley Milledge this week.
Temporary officers of the or-
ianization, which has been in the
orocess of formation about a year,
ire Hollis Rinehart. chairman,
Vice Admiral Telfair Knight, re-
tired, treasurer, and Nedra McNa-
mara, secretary.
Working with the organizers as
an executive, the committee ap-
pointed by the County Commis-
sion are Sam Blank, Mrs. Eliza-
beth M. Espy, John B. Keena. Rab-
bi Leon Kronish. Mrs Stanley Mil-
ledge. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. Dr.
Franklin H. WilLams and John P.
King.
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af
The Hebrew
Academy
OPENS SPRING SEMESTER
MONDAY. MARCH 2, 1953
8 p.m.
Courses Offered in:
ELEMENTARY HEBREW
ADVANCED HEBREW
JEWISH HISTORY
JEWISH PHILOSOPHY
TALMUD
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V1Ume FRIDAY. FEBROARY 27, 19S3________
Purim And FrMdoiii
Purim is the story of bigotry and hatred and
Jewish survival in the face of never-ending
challenges. It is the age-old expression of the
Jewish will to triumph over Godless men who
teek to subjugate humanity by a systematic
citack against humanity's spiritual belief.
Haman is an ancient tyrant. And on the
Festival of Purim, we take the occasion to de-
iide his war against Judaism and to serve the
encouraging warning that all Hamans are des-
igned for defeat.
That old Minister of State was not the only
subscriber to Jewish genocide. There were
ethers before him. and still others have fol-
lowed. That Judaism has survived them is a
:?bute to its spiritual and intellectual vitality
and c confirmation of the fact thai Hamanism '
always vulnerable to man's abiding faith in
re principles of free though: and action.
In our own time, two Hamans have risen
c challenge these principles. It is not strange
al they pinpointed their attacks against
World Jewry. One Hcman. the murderer of
; x rr.:liion souls, has already met his just end.
T.-.e c:r.e: still growls furiously. The Scroll of
Esther must new teach mankind a double les-
-;:: that ar.ri-Semitism is but the first phase
:: a::-; H-.:rr..~:::5rr. and that spiritual trust must
mpie.T.e:-.- any r.-rper antidote to the endless
challengers of freedom.
Bfiffoifl And i'rvdlt
Last year s deficit at Mount Sinai Hospital is
he result of the hospital's expanding proaram
in medical research and the socially conscious
policy of maintainina facilities to deal with pa-
tients needing attention here on a free or part-
tree basis.
It seems to us that this deficit becomes Mi-
ami's credit that an outstanding medical
institution is reachinq maturity in our commun-
ity and that we benefit by the legacy of Mount
Sinai s practice to serve all regardless of color,
creed or financial ability.
Mount Sinai's deficit is thereiore our respon-
sibility. To shirk this responsibility is to indi-
cate that we want to share in the hospital's
progress but that we prefer to have no part
of its need. It is as simple as that. We can
best support Mount Sinai next Thursday even-
ing during its Third Annual Jubilee, proceeds
of which will be used to write off the hospital's
deficit.
The security that comes from a fine hospital,
in our community is irreplaceable. When we
support the Jubilee, we underwrite our desire
for the continuation of this security and for the
expansion of a medical research proqram that
is universally beneficial.
Tin* \%vxl Sin
News from reh:nd the Iron Curtain becomes
- :.-r r:::e: with each passing day. Once ac-
c:ed --. .::.. .-Is .r. the Communist hier-
chy are gc::-.a the way of Anna Pauke:
Soviet Foreign Min tei Andre Vishii
:-. New York City ecriy this week for
-e opening c: the latest United Nations ses-
: on ; was met with shouts of "murderer
id Hitler .
In the face c: all :arness it seems that
;: still have a sense cf humor; or
c'se they a:- : the rei.e: :na; human.
jit ibysmally igi We look back to the
prophetic tone c: these columns as early as
as: "-i.e. We coined the international Zion-
ist p-.rase at that time in a cynical effort to
CJtguess the Kremlin s future strategy with re-
cord o Soviet Jewry
But we certainly never dreamed of the latest
s.n uncovered by Red officials. Early this
v.eek -he Zionists were accused of the dastard-
ly cr.rr.e of Pythagorecr.-.cm. Vaguely, we re-
call the old Greek philosopher from Sa'mos who
1 ved some twenty-four hundred years ago. It
seem; that Pythagoras subscribed to the theory
cf metempsychosis the belief that men s
eouls motivate the lives of other living
creatures after death.
Apparently, the Reds now fear the "interna-
ar.c. Zionist" plot in Communist heaven. It
seems to us, however that they are merely re-
jecting their own very changeable natures
* human soul in the body of a fish is as be-
.i evarie as the existence of democracy in Mos-
cow.
25 Y-r* For Kopelowitz
Those present at the Testimonial aiven to
J mmy Kopelowitz last Monday eveninq on the
occasion of his 25th year as a communal leader
v.e,e sincerely touched by the moving tribute.
The fact that other civic workers participated
a the magnanimous gesture of presenting an
cutorr.obile to him shows en increasing aware-
ness of th^ejiemands elicited by tireless and
JEWISH DIPLOMACY: Plans to
call a special session of the Ac-
t ons Committee somewhere in
Europe to voice the protest of the
world Zionist movement against the
Soviet anti-Jewish policy have been
^andoned Instead, the World
2:oni-t Organization will be
strongly represented at the world
conference of leaders of major Jew-
ish organizations which will take
p'ace in the middle of March in a
European capital and at which the
Moscow policy will be condemned
on behalf of the entire Jewry of
tt>e world Originally, the con-

THE NEW "HAMAN"
.4
devotea effort in behalf of communal causes
They weighed the grief, heartache and nacri-
is accorded his just recognition.
We Know that Mr. Kopelowitz considers his
saenface worthy. He has given 25 years ot
ntsTnern0!!0 CaU"' aloM- bu! ha* ^ared
Tvl* T ? WMH Tany Wor,hV activities.
The tribute Monday evening was a notable
one, and those who made it possible should
oe commended. "To Jimmy" goTu7 con"a,u
lotion, on his silver anniversary of constant
communal ehor, and our wish .hi many yZ
iarss,or conunued <=
Between You & Me
j ference was to be held in Sw.tzer-
land. but seems that the Swiss
t authorities fear that such a parley
! on Swlss soil might antagonize Rus
Hence. Jewish Agency leaders
, who are organizing this conference
are now busy discussing the mat-
Iter with the governmentTo'f'o'ther
countries By the time these
lines are published, it may be
known exactly where the confer-
Jew!h' beh*'d Th* American
*wfch Committee and the Aguda>
krael organization have not deed
^--icipa.!
conference hmited ,0 the f|ve }
wtc7enrrnrm"nui *.
paarSSS
i "' Jews and non-
aLw;jo,n,,jrath"ih-b>^
THE NATIONAL ISRAEL BOND ORGANlZATi
y meeting at the Saxony Hotel on Sunday \ heWM
tor the affair came from the new anti-Senuti. .PParen,bt*J
whole linst of urgent problems has become i| 'a["Pa'8n 'hrJ
State since Soviet Russia embarked upon its m', C> ot %M
tcrnational Zionist plot", and leaders of the bondV" d",llB
day occasion to examine once more the p.Mhji!;riv,nJ,
[arael'i position in the face of this latest throat s,rt*X
Dramatic artist Edward O. Robinson spoke p|no "
, pared script, and there were times when it .,, (1p enll> 1<%M
increased emergency aid would have been even ar "l" to(B
abandoned the tether of words set down to be readT^008"8*
ed forth on a more personal note instead h tem himndM
Governor Theodore McKeldin to assume the role 0n'W 'r||
man and thus he did rather well ""P^ion^JB
On the face of it. the Governor used a technical n~
different from the one often employed here by (.ji '"J
feature attractions. He relied upon reminiscences of h"d '""'J
the Jewish State and peppered them property with HkZM
designed to catch the complete attention of his auri *
McKeldin's range in this regard was vast; it spanned tb^S
, history from Biblical days to the present. Withall he '^B
the most sincere spokesmen yet sent here bv either'maior'^S
| There is no doubt that he produced a most excitine ,,"'B
1 distanced by far Hollywood's bid for dramatic honorsin ih^B
Mr. Robinson. "^Wm
That both speakers could do little more than elicit thJ -
tered promises of fulfilling previous pledges made bv Ji
long ago is hardly their fault. This is a prevalent dwJTfi
| that subscribers to the issue will forever need n..Ki. ..
' But if such inevitably are the requirements. Sundav\ a((,r3l
abh successful uli>"m
THE ESSENCE OF GOVERNOR McKELDINS ADME8J
sandwiched in between two periods of personal anecdote, -7M
sconces Here, in a prepared statement, he read four pwl! 1
action to be employed by the United States again* Sovw3 !
latest anti Semitic move Primarily, the Governor called jpc*d
to lofoke the Genocide Convention through the Inited NjJ
to demand that the I'SSR cease its campaign in the nameofS
which can not permit the systematic destruction of am J
religious group.
This was certainly a noble suggestion and underscored J
McKeldin's general concern for the fate of minorities But N*9
first citizen might just as well have stopped there It can t-Tj
than bitterly humorous that he should single out Amencaiajl
role of genocide monitor. The United States, among ieidu{3
of the world, has taken an almost individual stand in its mJ
become I partner in the Genocide Convention Our venerableCefl
must be thanked for this. The Bricker resolution. formulaUi*
waning days of the Truman administration, amassed atotaitfl
.res representing the voices of senators and represer.unij
d to defeat any move in the direction of favoring the I'M
cide Convention. 3
Certainly, this should have embarrassed Governor McKdu
the outset For one thing, he was a leading figun in the initial|fl
of the Kisenhower campaign and placed the Presidents net
nomination More important, however, is the fact that Senator
lont significant aid to the Republican bandwagon and that Him
hower must be pledged to a negative stand on the Onoofcfl
vention if only by association. Such, indeed, is the case with kfl
retar> of State. John Foster Dulles, who called lor its fonafl
as early as 1948. when he was a US delegate to the United SM
and who has been strangely silent on the subject of genoodtB
since November. I
If this were not enough. Governor McKeldui projected as i
proposal that the United States call on the Arab world to mat;
with Israel and to form a joint Near Eastern front against H
Russia. The alternative, he said, was to fall by virtue of disiufil
to become a serf of Communism. One can certainly find no msH
with this reasoning except that American leadership eurrtntlrJjJ
more inclined to favor the Moslem League than the Jewish Suftfl
clear that the Kremlin's strategy aims at wooing away from tatlfl
the seven-nation Arab bloc. Significant moves have already beajB
in upper L'S echelons to meet, this situation. Israel will appareRB
the sacrifice I
AS PART OF THIS PROPOSAL FOR A united front in tat
East Governor McKeldin offered the suggestion that Amenoi*
tary and economic aid continue to be extended the Jewish SUttj||
again, one can find little with which to argue But present mtw
Washington indicate that such aid can hardly be hoped fcj
certed effort on the part of the United States to counteract M
drive toward Moslem favor is simply not in accordance wit* ^
economic and military commitments to Israel. I
Mr Eisenhowers promi* to reduce the budget through I
cutback in foreign spending is only a minor matter in ttaj I
I The fact remains that an increased cooling in relations bnm j
IS and Israel is in the offing and that the Soviet strategy *J|
nently successful thus far. But Governor McKeldin continued all
'-tic fashion with the final propose! that America, through **
Nations, establish a commission to make immigration possiW m
; behind the Iron Curtain. ]
The Maryland Governor should have been embarrass**II j
second time US leadership can hardly be expected here wl** j
McCarran Immigration Law restricts the influx of Eur** j
j Asians to a piddling number. It is significant that Governor j
I consistently called for action through the IN Two of his augj
gestions. however, only emphasized American failure to *
tbo needs of a world tottering between conflicting 'd*010**^
anting East and West and the paradoxical role the US u P*l
weakening the world organization. J
It is fantastic folly to expect the Genocide ConveatioB f
tne Russians from their anti-Semitic activities in the ">*" "jl
mi? .il 'S ^"""y b'" to expect anything to come ol w-jl
v. he dins demand for a UN commission on iirunigraUoa *J|
mined effort to achieve either of these ends will afford u wjjl
sSiH*g*Bda WMpon "*ainst"" WMt "nd Amenan
uu ,Tile 'T PO,nt Prorm offered Sunday is a *'"-2S'|3
"e upon which the is Government must embark in *fjM
hvL, Otherwise, further discussion of these matten H
n>Pocracy or blindness.


S^H
[FEBRUARYjTjgS^
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PAGE 5 A
>et VlP1l) \St VieiVS IVlCanS lO J\ia Accuse Jews Of Hirlerian Tactics
Jews Behind Iron Curtain
nutd from Page 1 A
jon. 52 Laborite members
ncnt sponsored a resolu-
. House f Commons de-
fine anti-Semitic nature
actions and pronounce-
I a number of Communist
and urging the British
rnt to take action through
Nations or other chan-
fcombat "this terrible re-
race discrimination."
resolution introduced
vative and Laborite MP's
Eenounced the revival of
itism in Russia and the
ttates as "a flagrant viola-
J the Charter of Human
lit called upon the British
^nt to raise the issue im-
C in the United Nations.
Jisalem. the Parliament of
E-e an overwhelming vote
tnce. 79 to 16, to its gov-
|on its handling of the Rus-
latiim which was climaxed
le Soviet I'nion severed
Tic relations with the Jew-
mier Joseph Stalin to present to
him the protest of the free world
against the Soviet anti-Jewish pol-
icy, was made by the New York
Herald Tribune last week.
"Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Mr.
Paul C. Hoffman a Democratic
and a Republicanmight compro-
mise such a mission, leaving no
doubt as to its broadly national
character or the importance with
which it would be regarded
throughout the world," the paper
said. "The purposes of this step
should be clearly defined in ad-
vance. They should be restricted to
the problem of anti-Semitism and
to saving, if possible, its victims.
The Nurcnberg trials established
genocide as an international crime;
to avert it is an international duty.
The United Nations will doubtless
grapple with the question in due
course. Meanwhile, the United
States could focus world attention
upon it, solemnly and dramatically,
and provide leadership in a great
cause."
hchate generally covered
Ground but two facts not
By disclosed were reveal- i
hrere that Israel had once
Andrei Gromyko, Soviet
foreign Minister, to visit
invitation he had declin-
Fth.il Israel Foreign Minis-
be Sharett had sought per-
[to visit Russia but had
used.
UN Discussion
Vshington. members of the
tnited Nations delegation
ill-day session under chair-
of Ambassador Abba S.
I study Israel's presentation
I'nited Nations General As-
[of the plight of the Jews
[the Iron Curtain. The Is-
gates also conferred with
Negations.
delegation was to be
hened by the addition of
Levavi, Deputy Director
I of the Israel Foreign Min-
ed formerly, for two years,
Dor of the Israel Legation
|row. Tel Aviv political cir-
bressed belief that Foreign
\r Moshe Sharett would also
View York to participate in
I discussions.
Protest To Stalin
J suggestion that a special
tan mission be sent to Pre-
The article stressed that tne tree
world must not assume that the
fate of the Jews in Stalin's empire
is sealed. "Their case differs in
important aspects from that of
other victims of Communist oppres-
! sion," it disclosed. "For one, the_
| Politiburo appears to have signaled
its intentions in advance. Too often.
peoples within the Soviet Union
i have sunk from sightdispersed.'
I doomed to slavery in concentration !
| camps, jailed and shotbefore the i
i world knew of their danger. In the ]
I case of Russia's Jews, the propa-
ganda preparation for the crime'is
so recent as to suggest that many.
I if not most, could yet be saved.
I Moreover, they have been offered
asylum in Israel. There is a way
outif the Communists will open
it. The non-Communist nations.
must demand that the way be
opened."
The New York Times, in an edi-
torial, similarly demanded speedy
action on Soviet anti-Semitism.
"The civilized world waited too
i long before speaking out against
; the crimes of Hitler's Germany. A
little haste now. an increased sense
of urgency, may save lives," the
paper said.
Mc Carthy
In Favor
Of Aid
WASHINGTON IWNS)
Though he favors reduction in
the United States foreign aid
program, he will oppose any at-
tempt to reduce American aid to
Israel. Senator Joseph R.. Mc-
Carthy declared here this week
in an interview with Israeli cor-
respondents.
The Wisconsin Senator assert
ed that he considered Israel as
the center of opposition to Com-
munism in the Middle East and
that maximum support to the
Jewish state would impress other
countries fighting Communism
with the fact that they can count
on American support.
otional Leadership Conference for Israel's Economic De-
pment will be held on Saturday evening and Sunday.
ch 7th through 8th, at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington,
jAmong the prominent personalities who will address the
r^Ce are (toP row' laft to >4M Senator Herbert H. Leh-
r. Dr. Dov Joseph. Israel Cabinet Minister; and Senator
P A. Taft. Bottom (left to right) art Israel Ambassador to
^Jnated States Abba Ebon; Henry Morgentbau. Jr.. chair-
f ** Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Organisation;
VDr. Nelson Glueck. president of the Hebrew Union Col-
pWkth Institute of Religion.
British Approve
Sale Of Planes
To Egyptians
Continued from Page 1 A
in the House of Commons last
week when the Labor Party, in a
debate on the adjournment, de-
nounced the Government policy. A
series of Laborite speakers, led by
Hugh Dalton. blasted the Govern
ment policy and pointed out that
the sale of weapons to the Arabs
was likely to increase rather than
to diminish Arab-Israel tension, j
Dalton also expressed regret that j
the Arab rulers refuse to enter!
into direct peace negotiations with
Israel.
Minister of State Selwyn Lloyd
said that Britain could not refuse
i to sell jets to some of the Arab
countries because this would mean
repudiation of her treatv obliga-
tions to Iraq and Jordan. He argued
i that aircraft sent to the Arab coun-
1 tries were not needed in Britain
nor by any country affiliated with
jthe North Atlantic Treaty Organ-
ization. He added that it was im-
portant for Britain to engage in
the export of jets "if the country
is to earn its living" since such ex-
port is of great economic advan
tage to England.
Opposition to Brifein's jets
planes to the Arab countries was
expressed durin gthe debate also
by the Jewish deputies. J. Silver-
man and Barnett Janner. as well
as by Michael Foot and Anthony
Greenwood, all Laborites. Air Com-
, modore Harvey, Conservative dep-
l uty, complained that some of the
{equipment being sent to the A-ab
j countries was of later design than
; the equipment used by some of
Britain's own squadrons.
Jordan Obligations
Top British military and diplo-
1 matic officers meanwhile met with
i Jordan government and military
j leaders in Amman to discuss Brit-
ish "obbligations" to Jordan in re-
| lation to the present border diffi-
culties between Israel and Jordan.
, the Times reported this week in a
dispatch from the Jordan capital.
According to the report, the par
ticipants in the meeting included
Sir Brian Robertson, commander
of the British forces in the Middle
East Sir John Glubb Pasha, com-
mander of Jordan's military forc-
es the British Ambassador at Am-
man, the Jordan Defense Minis-
ter, and the head of the British
Middle East Office.
After the conference, the Jor-
dan Minister stated thet "the meet-
ing was called for by my govern-
ment We discussed the continuous
Israel aggressions and the obliga-
tions of Britain toward Jordan, in
accordance with the British-Jor-
danian Treaty."
Continued from Page 1 A
Soviet officials apparently discov-
ered was a new threat to Soviet
security.
In Hungary, according to infor-
mation received in Israel this
week, Judith Steiner, 21, who had
been employed as a secretary in
the Israel Legation in Budapest,
was placed under arrest by the
Hungarian political police. She is
a Hungarian citizen.
Cut Jewish Ties
An analysis of the Soviet anti-
Jewish drive was made this week
by experts attached to the National
Committee for a Free Europe
which maintains the Radio Free
Europe transmitters beamed to the
Iron Curtain countries.
Developments behind the Iron
Curtain, this survey reported, make
it evident "that the Kremlin has
grave doubts about Jewish loyalty
to Soviet Communism and is deter-
mined to cut off remaining Jewish
ties with the West."
Removal of Jews from leading
Communist posts and suppression
of various Jewish organizations are
two of the methods the Commun-
ists have used to curtail Jewish
influence, the survey reported. "In
carrying out this program, the
Communists have not ignored the
advantages of using Jews as scape
goats for internal failures or as
[tools in foreign policy; they ha\
not only played on anti-Semitic
j feeling but have used them to ir
I tensity the late campaign against
. the West," it declared.
In a special report on conditions
! in the Rumanian Peoples' RepuK
1 lie, the committee declared thai
the recent campaign against "co-
' mopolitanism.....bourgeois interns
tionalism" and "Zionism" has "be-
come a wholly anti-Semitic cam
paign." The Rumanian Zionist
leaders, Marco Beneviste and Jac-
ques Kummer, are now under in
j dictment awaiting trial for allege '
collaboration with Western intelli
gence services, it reports.
"Jews in Rumania are caught be-
tween two ffres," according to in
formation reaching the committee
"On the other hand, they are per
secuted by the State, which accuses
(them of nationalist and Zionist sen
11ments. and on the other they
1 bear the resentment of anti-Semitic "
groups who blame all their ills o I
the Jews.
"Refugee reports indicate that
1 the removal of Ana Pauker an'
i other Jewish leaders from the Rl
manian Politburo (possibly anothe-
manifestation o f anti-Semitisn' I
was welcomed with 'indescribable
relief by the Rumanian Jewish
community," the committee dii
closed.
Bomb Is Thrown At
Red Club In Tel Aviv
TEL AVIV (JTA)A scare bomb
was thrown into the headquarters
of a Communist club here. It caus-
ed no casualties, according to over-
seas reports.
Interior Minister Israel Rokach
cracked down on the Communist
newspaper. Kol Haam. He banned
the paper for ten days for two
violations of press regulations dat-
ing back to the British mandate
and never before involved in the
Jewish State.
His ministry pointed out that an
editorial on Kol Haam s front page
on January 23rd. charging that
American intelligence agents were
appealing to unemployed Israeli
false report which might cause
panic. It also ruled that a transla-
tion of an editorial from the So-
viet newspaper Pravda charging
nine doctors, most of them Jews,
with murdering Soviet leaders, had
"endangered public security."
In Parliament. Acting Premier;
Pinchas Lavon told a Communist
deputy that the government would
not distribute Kol Haam in the
army camps because it "supported
the mean and horrible blood libel"
that a "gang of doctor-murderers"
identified as Jews had attempted
to kill Soviet leaders on instruc-
tions from American intelligence
agents.
Refugees Escape
Munich dispatches, meanwhile,
quoted refugees who made their
escape from Communist-dominated
Czechoslovakia as declaring that
Jews there are now afraid to leave
their homes. Signs have appeared
on public buildings, they said.
which urge. "Hang the Jews!" and
charge "The Jews are Ruining
Czechoslovakia "
A Hungarian Jewish refugee
who asked that his name be with-1
held said the "oppression of Jews
in Hungary is now worse than it i
was under the Nazi regime."
"A black cloud of dejection and
war has overcome European Jewry
since announcement of the Com-.
munist-anti-Semitic drive," Dr. A. j
Syngalowski. head of the World;
ORT Union, reported here this i
week on his arrival from his Euro-1
pean headquarters.
This, he said, "is particularly the
case in Germany, including Wes-
tern Germany, where signs of the
death camps and scars of the Nazi
extermination p r o g r am still
abound. Speculation is rife on Mos-
cow's motives, but I met no un-
certainty as to the enormity of the
terrible threat that now hangs over
the heads of Jew* in Communist
dominated lands. The effects are
already felt on the whole conti-
nent. '
Reject Moscow Allegation
NEW YORK (JTA) The Amer-
ican Physicians Fellowship Cor'
mittee of the Israel Medical As.
ciation denounced the "incredible
charges against Jewish doctors of
Russia as a Communist threat
against the medical profession"
The resolution was passed unani-
mously by the executive of the
1 APFC. which represents 1,400 phy-
sicians in 33 states.
The committee joined the Israel
Medical Association in asking U
investigation of the charges egaifl
nine Moscow doctors, most I
whom are Jews, by an International
medical commission.
Joseph Brainin. leader of the
National Committee to Secure Jus
tice for the Rosenbergs, issued a
statement terming "fantastic" the
Moscow charges against the nine
doctors. He demanded that Most
permit foreign observers to witness
the trial of the doctors. He alsr
ridiculed the Moscow charges that
Solomon Mikhoels. former head of
the Yiddish State Theatre in the
Soviet capital, was involved in e-
pionagc against the Soviet I'nion.
The Jewish Community Council
of Boston, in a letter to Henry Ca
hot Lodge Jr., urged the head j
the American delegation to the
United Nations to protest against
the anti-Jewish campaign of the
Soviet Union.
The letter denounced the So-
viet s "cynical use of political anti-
Semitism" and called for a United
States protest in the United Na-
tions against "these ominous geno-
cide threats."
JTA Special
POLITICAL PLOTTING: A warn-
ing that Germany is moving tow-
ard the Soviet bloc and is secretly
plotting against the United States
and other Western countries is giv-
en in a new book just published
. The title of the book. Germany
Plots With The Kremlin, speaks for
itself, and its author, T. H. Tetens.
presents revealing documents to
prove his point With the eyes
of the democratic world now focus-
ed on the new anti-Jewish policy
adopted by the Kremlin, the boos;
is all the more interesting because
of the secret documents it contain**
unmasking the German groups
which seem to fear Jewish influ-
ence in the United States .


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Mrs. Rogers Is Guest Speaker At
Torah Fund Brunch On March 5th
Mrs. Sol Rogers, of Baltimore. Man land, national chairman of the
Torah Fund, will be guest speaker at the Creator Miami Torah Fund
Brunchcon scheduled for March 5th. 11 am., at the Hotel Algiers
Long known as a civic and communal leader, she i> now directing
the National Torah effort for 552 Conservative Jewish Sisterhoods
affiliated with National Women's League of the Inited Synagogue
of America. I -----------
At the Biennial National Con- tne Gir| Scout council of Mary
s
vention. held in November in Phil
niielphia. a resolution was approv-
ed that the 155.000 Sisterhood
women would pledge to raise some
leader of the North Shore Jewish
Center
Canter Edward Klein, of the
North Shore Jewish Center, will
cively engaged chanl ;ht. ,,,,.. Tho narratlon
philanthrop-
land for many years During World
War II. she was a member of the
Executive Committee Of the Wom-
en's War Finance Committee of
the State of Maryland and was
awarded a silver medal for loyal
service from the I'nited States
Treasury Department
she is organiser and pasl presi-
dent of the Seaboard Branch of
National Women- League and is a
life member of the Board of the
Chizuk Amuno Sisterhood Mr-
Rogers is prominently affiliated
with the Baltimore Community
Cheat, Jewi-h charities. Red < ro-.
and Negro college dn\e-
In 1943. she was honored a< Bal-
timore's Woman of the Week
At present, -he is a member of
the Boards of the Baltimore Ur-
ban League and the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Baltimore and
serves as chairman of the Youth
Committee of the entire commun-
ity, directing the recreational and spiritual leader Rabbi Abraham
educational programs. m Cassel, prior lo his departure
The musical portion of the pro fr f-rael
gram will be a cantata. Torah
The Inheritance 01 Israel. b\ Rab
hi Mayer Abramowit*. -pintual
*
Photographed at a Bon Voyage for Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spiritual lead
rael Congregation, prior to his departure for an extended tour of Israel are ( 3
Rabbis Moses Mescheloff. Shiman Weiss and Joseph Rackovaky. Siandin^u'1*'
Samuel Clayman. Abraham Finestone. Rabbi Cassel. Rabbi Louis Cass*l cl10'
and Cantor Abraham Seii.
Kncselh Israel Says
Farewell To Rabbi;
Leaves Kor Israel
Kneseth Israel Congregation ten-
-i Bon Voyage dinner to its
S2S...... : :-, n r. behalf of the
' 1 -. Seminar] in
Abraham Fire-tone, vice pre-i
dent of the ration, was
V principal
pnnc;: -: I iki rs was Rabbi Mos-'
<- Mescheloff. of Beth Jacob c.n
gregatioi -ident of the
r Miami Rabbinical Aasoci
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, of
-> >', reati religious activ- WJI be read b> Mr- Jack Klinger Beth I .. ngregation; Rabbi
lies A men'.'. | president of the Sisterhood there
- N cil Hj Frie! will be accompanist or
'' n she served on the org
:.....;:.=: s;cns nere. says Mrs. William Sharpe (sec
kwfa*a!~ FES?* 0 th? d0!,ed hne on the Combined
lewtth Appea, Pledge Card. Following instructions at a
;e:s meeting of the Young Matrons' Division are Cleft)
0* Meadames Sam Goodman. Sharpe. Melvin Weinkle and
lay 1 Schwar.z. The Women's D.v.s.on has achieved 70
percent of it. quota according to a recent announcement by
Mrs. Louis Giasser. chairman. Y
Louis Cassel brother of the yuest
of honor ^nd Saul Merlngoff,
president of the O ngregation.
Cantor Abraham Seif was in
of entertainment Those
participating included Hj Fried
Mr- Paula Fried and Miss Marian' ""
Cohen Lieutenant Jesse L. Simon, of
Rabbi and Mr- Cassel and Rab- 1325 Sorolla Avenue. Coral
bi Louis Cassel departed on Sun Gables, has returned to his
da) Februarj 22nd base in Sumter. South Caro-
lina, from a weekend stay
with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Simon. Lieuten-
ant Simon formerly practiced
optometry on Miami Beach
and currently heads the Op-
tometry Department of the
Ninth Air Force, serving hos-
pitals in Sumter and Alexan
dria. Louisiana. His father is
president of the Coral Gables
Zionist District.
It-rand Chief
Visits Tempfcj
The next regular I
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BRUARV 27, 1953
4ft*
h. Maurice lopalin
[r, Lopatin
n Paytona
rbara Trager was wed to
bpatin on February 8lh.
Beach. Florida. Rabbi
alica performed the dou-
tremmn in Temple Israel
|e is the daughter of Mrs.
agcr. Daytona Beach, and
ISol Trager. Her uncle,
k. gave her in marriage.
ly Roth, the bride's cous-
\ (il honor. Louis Lo-
his brother's best man.
fcamucl* was flower girl.
ere Warren Trager. the
Other Stanley Nass and
luck the bride's cousin.
lion and buffet dinner at
[ssena Hotel followed
iony. Following a honey-
ussau. the couple are re-
; 908 S\V 2nd Street, Mi-
tialm is the son of Mr.
Samuel I). Lopatin. 1331
M. Miami Beach.
Hatner Party At
GMJCG; Evening
Includes Notables
Mayor Chelsie J. Senerchia and
Mrs. Senerchia and County Com-
missioner Grant Stockdale, with
Mrs. Stockdale, are four of the
guests in Mrs. Matilda lUtner's
large theatre party for Sand In
Your Shoes, pioneer musical caval-
cade of Miami history, to be pre-
sented Sunday evening at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium, sponsored
by the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center as a fund raising
propect for further community
work.
Also in Mrs. Ratner's party, one
of the several special groups being
planned for that evening, are Mrs.
D. Lee Powell, wife of Miami
Beach Mayor Powell, Mrs. Claude
I A. Renshaw, wife of the Beach's
j City Manager, Judge Harold B.
, Spaet, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser,
I Mr. and Mrs. Markland M. Brock.
I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Itz, of
| Youngstown, Ohio, Mrs. Peggy Mc-
| Kaye, Nat Ratner and Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Tomlinson. Miami Beach
I Tax Assessor Tomlinson is himself
a Miami Beach pioneer who raap-
I ped out all the Beach waterways
for developer Carl Graham Fisher.
Additional ipoBaon of the Sunday
HffHlr ar*: Mr. and Mrs. G.....fa I:,-it
man, Mr uml lira, I. Qraeamld, Mra.
Pranoea Millar, Mr and kirn A. Green-
field, Mr. and Mrs, Loula Altscbul,
Mi and Mra. .1. Albert, Mr, and Mrs.
I. Cynen, Mr. nn.l Mri Edward Dok-
aon, Mr. ami Mrs m Knslandar, Dr.
an.I Mra. 1. I'alk, Mr. and Mrs. S.im-
n*-1 reldinan,
Mr. anri Mra. H. Oeraten, Mr and
Mra. Ben -< Qlaabarg, Mr. and Mrs.
s. J. Oraenberc, Mr and Mra Ralph
Kaplan. Mr an.I Mrs. Charlea Roacn-
Kkri>-ii. Mr. ami Mis Jamea Ruby,
Mr. Hairy Sh kin. Mr. ami Mrs Mil-
Inn siikin, Mr, and Mra. Bernard Ster-
llaar, Mr ami Mrs Carl Suaaklnd, Mr,
and Mrs Alex Buaaktnd.
I>r. anil Mrs. II. Thorpe, Mr. anil
Mra. Samuel Wilson. I >r ami Mrs
Meyei lanata, Mr. ami Mra \l Hon-
larbaum, Mrs 8am Harvey, Mrs oacai
l.lnilrll. Mr. anil Mrs. A. Cnurahon,
Mr and Mrs. II While, Mr. and Mrs.
I Hanlro, Mr, and Mrs Albert Pli k.
' Mis Ethel Richmond.
+ l?Wl PAGE 7 A
Dawn Hyman
|N;i\al Man
Mrs E Sidney Hyman.
R' 23rd Terrace, announce
Rage of their daughter,
in. to Henry Albert Gold-
<>f Mr and Mrs. Frantz
I. Plainfield, New Jersey,
I. February 8th.
Max Shapiro performed
Oil) at Ihe home of the
rents.
la McDonald, the bride's
Jerome B. Rosthal at-
couple. A reception at
home followed.
Pri Mrs Goldmann grad-
the University of Mi-
?a.s a teacher at the Ben-
Biklin Klementary School.
pdmann is a chief petty
the l nited States Navy.
I a wedding trip
lorida, the couple are
tir hoine in Boston Mas-
where Mr. Goldmann
kd on ihe SS Barb.
L*
Mrs. tdith Appltbaum
B'nai B'rith Women
Schedule Lunch
At Algiers Hotel
The first donor luncheon of the
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will
be held on Tuesday afternoon,
March 3rd, 12:30 p.m., at the Al-
giers Hotel.
Membership Chairman Mrs. Mur-
ray Lazarus will cite members who
brought in the greatest number of
new members during the past year.
Scheduled is a musical program
by Mrs. Evelyn Saluk and Milton
Friedman. Miami attorney. Fash-
ions On Parade, directed by Mrs.
Edith Applebaum. will feature
clothes from the Forecast Shops
on Miami Beach.
B'nai B'rith members will be
among the models at the affair
which is scheduled to attract some
300 persons. In charge of reserva-
tions are Mrs. Herman Goldstein
and Mrs. Louis August.
Piano accompanist will be Mrs.
Harold Berney.
Personally
Speaking
The Bas Mitzvah of Cynthia Lee,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
Bott, of Nassau and Miami, will
take place tonight, February 27th.
at Beth David Synagogue. No for-
mal invitations have been issued.
Friends and relatives are invited.
& -ir
Mrs. James Stern, of 1190 NW
29th Street, is in Mercy Hospital,
where she underwent the second
in a series of operations on Mon-
day. Mrs. Stern is the former
Trudi Lach. long identified with
B'nai B'rith work here.
Mr and Mrs. Ben Hechl. of New
York City, marked their 55th wed-
ding anniversary earlier this
month at the home of their child-
ren, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hecht, 1175
Marseille Drive.
to -h -h
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baskin, of
1301 SW 21st Avenue, are enter-
taining their son and daughter-in-
law, Alan and Libby. on their visit
from San Anselmo, California,
where he is stationed in the Air
Force. A cocktail party will be
held at the Colony Restaurant on
Sunday, March 1st, in the couple's
honor. The Baskins will leave on
the 4th.
Levy, Harris Troth
Announcement of the engage-
i ment of Miss Gladys Levy, Univer-
| sity City, Missouri, to Mr. Sollie
Harris, 859 Commerce Street, Mi-
ami Beach, was made here this
week.
The couple plan an early June
wedding and will spend their hon
eymoon in Havana. Cuba. They
will make tneir home in Miami.
Mrs. Htnry Goldmann
Kan tor, Kaskel Troth
Told At Parly
A dinner party on Saturday ev-
ening was the occasion for the an-
nouncement of the engagement of
Miss Suzanne Loeb Kantor to The-
odore Kaskel.
Hosts for the event were the
parents of the bridegroom-elect,
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Kaskel. 3445
Royal Palm Avenue and Brooklyn.
New York.
Miss Kantor is the daughter of
Morris Kantor, Kew Gardens, Ill-
inois, and the late Mrs. Kantor.
She attended New England Col-
lege in New Hampshire.
Mr. Kaskel graduated from New
York Military Academy and attend-
ed the University of Pittsburgh and
New York University. He has serv-
ed in the Navy Air Force.
The couple will be married at
the Sherry-Netherlands in New
York on June 14th.
Balkin Is In Tampa
Gilbert J. Balkin. director of
the Florida Office. Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith. is in
Tampa this week. Mr. Balkin ad-
] dressed a joint meeting of the
t Tampa B'nai B'rith Lodge and
; Women's Chapter yesterday.
Mrs. Daniel Zimmerman
Ardmoi
Double Ring Kites Or
Saphin, Zimmerman
In a double ring ceremony a'
the home of Rabbi Morris Skop
Coral Gable. Sybil Merle Saphin
and Dr. Daniel Harold Ziir
merman were united in marriage
on January 26th.
The former Miss Saphin is th-
daughter of Mrs. Bernice Saphn'
and Mr Irving Saphin. of Miami
Beach. Dr. Zimmerman is the aon
of Mr. Leo Zimmerman and th>
late Lily Zimmerman.
A native Miamian. Ihe bride wa
graduated from Miami Senior High
School, attended the University of
California at Los Angeles, the Uni
varsity of Miami and Miami Ar>
School.
Dr. Zimmerman served in th-
war as a Naval pilot. He attended
Muhlenberg College in Allentowr
Pennsylvania, and the Universil;
of North Carolina. Chapel Hill. He
was graduated from Ihe Universit-
of Buffalo School of Medicine.
He is a former member of lb.
resident staff at Mount Sinai Ho?
pital. Dr. Zimmerman is a meml><
of Phi Lambda Kappa Medical Fra
ternity. He is also the Diplomat
of the National Board of Medic*'
examiners.
The couple are making then-
home at 8fi South Shore Drive. Mi
ami Beach.
..i
ree
Of fxr* CH*G(
WITH EVER* rwo
limit+J time j
R0KEACH
cil of Sisterhoods has been formed at a conference of presidents and delegates repre-
| traditional Jewish Sisterhoods here. The Council will function as a chapter of the
8 Branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America. Shown above are (seat-
m n?h" ,he Mesdc"nea Edward Becker, Council secretary; Joseph Schwadron. honorary
F of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sisterhood; Simon April, Council pies-
Pcob Awner, national vice president of the Women's Branch; Moses Mescheloff. Coun-
President. and Louis Shaikin, president of Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Standing are (left to
C Mesdames Frances Ullian. representative of Kneseth Israel Sisterhood; Joseph Rack-
l^-o.unal vice president; Abraham Cassel. Kneseth Israel Sisterhood representative;
Kb i u Tfilah' Si*thood president and Mrs. Irwin Makovsky. representative of the
ral Women's Organization. Six charter groups axe included in the newly formed
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Cantata Featured
At Beth Jacob
Founders' Day
An original cantata will be pre-
sented for the first time at the
Founders' Day Banquet of Congre-
gation Beth Jacob on Sunday.
March 1st. 7 p.m., in the Social
Hall of the Congregation.
In story, rhyme and song, the
cantata will present the history of
the first Jewish congregation of
Miami Beach, founded in 1P1ZT
Participating will be Rabbi Mos-
es Mescheloff. spiritual leader of
Beth Jacob for the past fifteen
years: Dr. Jacob H Kaplan, who
took part in the original dedica-
tion of the Synagogue; Cantor Aar
on Weingarten: and Shimele and
Lazerke Berger, child cantors
In the cast will be some of the
founders and members of the fam-
ilies of founders.
Members of the Beth Jacob Founders' Day Committee pre-
paring for their banquet on Sunday evemna at the Congrega-
tion 301311 Washington Avenue, are 'left to right* Joseph
Cohen, ticket chairman; Aaron Lemer, overall chairman;
and Leo Meyer. Souvenir Journal chairman_________________
Beach Junior High
PTA Will Hold
Panel On Tuesday
The regular meetina of the Hi-
ami Beach Junior Senior High
I PTA :ll be held on Tin--
March 3rd. 8 p m. in the
school auditor
There will be a short bus
playlet and
The playlet Vnd Von
\ relli I : Elliot ai
The panel will include Kenneth
Beckerman. Myra Gainesboro, Rich-
ard Massington and Francine Le<
Hind representinj the >tudent
point of view, with Mrs Teller.
facuit) member, acting a> moder-
ator.
The Junior High School Choir,
under the direction ol Miss Elinor
Wilson, will sing several selection-
Zionists To Hear Talk At l.um-h
Abe Goldstein, veteran Zionist. Mr (loldstein has for many years
will address the Zionist Luncheon been an honorary vice president of
Club on Wednesday. March 4th. the Zionist Organization of Amor-
12 IS p m at the RJtx-PIaza Hotel, ica. He is the former Editor of
Miami Beach. His topic will be Die Zeit. a Yiddish publication in
"Zionism's Obligation.-". Connecticut
To View Council's |
Accomplishments
Mrs Sylvia Chertkof, program
chairman of the Miami Division.
National Council Jewish Wom-
en, announces the program for a
general meeting to be held on
March 4th. 1:30 p.m.. at the Gon-
dolier Room. 1451 North Bay.shore
Drive
Title of the program is: Coun-
i! Community Welfare Past.
Present And Future. Mrs. Louis
Bpector, community welfare chair-
man, will be chairman of the day
jnd will speak on the past in
Council's Welfare program.
A dramatic presentation by Mrs.
William Groncr and Mrs. Theo Ab-
el will depict Council's present
Thrift and Workshop. The future
will be presented as a panel dis-
cussion on the Problem of Blind '
Children. Panelists will be Dr. Ken-
neth Whitmer. ophthalmologist: ^
Dr Robert Mikell. pediatrician: |
Dr. Michael Gilbert, psychiatrist:
Mr- B. A. Drake, a parent repre-
senting parents of the blind: and
Mrs. l.aura Sutter. director of Spec-.
ial Education of the Dade County !
Public School System.
Mrs Leo Ackerman will act as j
moderator.
FRIDAY, |
Ed Klein (left), pa,,
of the Young Adult
the Micrmi Beach ]t
ter. congratulates U
(right) president-eieal
bi Irving Lehman, j
officer, looks on.
Farband ObsertJ
The Farband UW
Branches of Grater)
ehrate I'unm on SgafcJ
March 1st. 6 p.m.. ,
Manor
AMAZING NEW COFFI
THE CANTORS' CHOI
A stain glass window, de-
picting Moses holding the two
tablets cf the Ten Command-
ments, will be dedicated dur-
ing Friday services at Tem-
ple Emanu-El, 1801 South
Andrews Avenue. Fort Laud-
erdale, tonight, according to
Rabbi Marius Ranson, spirit-
ual leader. The window has
been planned and contribut-
ed to Temple Emanu-El in
memory of Heyman Rosen-
berg. New York inventor. Mr.
Rosenberg died in Hollywood
on March 1, 1952. The me-
morial is the gift of Mrs. Jen-
nie Rosenberg and her four
daughters and sons-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Ritter. all of Hollywood, and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Brim-
berg and Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Slifka, of New York City.
Moses. The Lawgiver, will be
the subject of Rabbi Marius
Hanson's address at the serv-
ice.
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Plans
[Dinner
Ll dinner of the pro-
kfiOO Medical Center
fey the City of New
fyiiva I niversity will
ia> night, April 5th.
-press Hotel in Miami
lent of the affair was
Jby Samuel C. Leven-
flliams Apte, co-chair-
South Florida cam-
ly I)r .loseph Look-
bi of the National
bimittee of Yeshiva.
is in Miami Beach
letails of the dinner.
nedical center, which
adjacent to the new
Jronx Hospital, is the
arian medical school
ed under the auspic-
vish community," Dr.
|d here.
Manning to have an
(national speaker ad
nner." Dr. Lookstein
lintcd out that 500 per-
ected to attend this
Dn and that the Em-
room is the largest
lech.
will be a Kosher-
Dver dinner.
)npowcr
Heart
I rqent
equate volunteers to
latic canvass for the
iFuml this week led
airman Paul Walker
jir.cn; appeal through
per-ons to mail in
s.
Conducting this cam-
limited manpower,"
'and surely many
sted in giving have
led.
p;'!i!i trite to say we
Rhen we will become
I heart disease, but we
[off the fact that it
|inwn lives than any
on.'
fced the public to mail
Iressed to The Heart
Florida.
WKWAY
Sl^Tnte Combed wSV" S *%*"**** Division meet wi,h Chairman Ben Clein (seated center) ,o plan par-
phaS o?he 1953 SamjSgn ApP8aL ^ mSe,ing WQS he,d a' the.Cen,er as &* aot unde' Y ** 'he door-.o-door
Monticello Park
Pnrim Fete To
Highlight CJA
The Ladies' Auxiliary and the
Men's Club will join with the Con-
gregation of Monticello Park in
sponsoring a Purim Festival on
Saturday, February 28th, at the
Center, NE 164th Street and 11th
Avenue.
The evening is being dedicated
to the Combined Jewish Appeal of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation.
Cantor Mordecai Haalman. of
Hollywood, will read the Megilah.
Rabbi David Shapiro, former UJA
State chairman in Wisconsin, will
discuss the needs of local Jewish
organizations and of Israel, both
beneficiaries of the funds raised
through the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Dr. Chaikin Speaks To
Dental Fraternity Group
Dr. Bernard Chaikin. periodon-
ist, of Boston, Massachusetts, was
guest speaker before the Greater
Miami Alumni Chapter of Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity at Mount
Sinai Hospital last week.
Dr. Chaikin is on the staff of
Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. His
presentation covered various phas-
es of gum disorders and treatment.
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Professional Group of Hadassah
will henceforth be known as the
I. R. Goodman Group, according to
an announcement this week by
Miss Frances Lebon. president.
The move to change the name of
the organization came at a recent
monthly meeting here.
The late I. R. Goodman was
founder of the American Christian
Palestine Committee. He was a
member of the National Executive
of the Zionist Organization of
America and president of the Zion-
ist Council of South Florida.
True Sisters Piek
New Offit*ers
True Sisters, Incorporated, in-
stalled officers last week at the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Named president was Mrs. Ted
Goldstone. Mrs. Louis Michel, na-
tional president, and Mrs. Hortense
Schlesinger, national vice presi-
i dent attended the ceremony.
Other officers are the Mesdames
Henry Sisorak, monitress; Harry
Greene, vice president; Moe Sigel-
baum, recording secretary; Mal-
colm Roth, corresponding secre-
tary; Julian Rickles, financial sec-
retary.
The Mesdames Merwin Roth,
treasurer; Arthur M. Stone, moni-
tor; Fred Fuller, Warden; and
Lawrence Friedman, guardian.
The social and philanthropic fra-
ternal organization was founded in
1846.
Suntag In Confab
On TEP Convention
Sidney S. Suntag, executive sec-
retary of Tau Epsilon Phi, national
collegiate social fraternity, visited
Miami Beach on Saturday to form-
ulate plans for the annual conven-
tion to be staged here in Decem-
ber.
Suntag conferred with Conven-
tion Chairman Burnett Roth; Leon-
ard H. Glasser, president of the
TEP Alumni Association; and the
committee chairmen throughout
Sunday.
He also visited the Tau Xi Chap-
ter oMhe University of Miami dur
ing his stay.
Monticello School
Children Will
Mark Purim
Congregation Monticello Park
Sunday School children will pre-
sent, A Queen's Story, by Jack
Begler, on Purim, Sunday, March
1st, according to Morris Datlof, Ed-
ucation Committee chairman.
The leading role of Queen Esther
will be played by Rose Levine. Al-
so in the cast are Jack Wasser-
strom as King Acheshverus. Jacob
Begler as Haman. and Michael Jac-
obs as Mordecai.
The commentary will be handled
by Ronnie Drucker.
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rjenistncrkfar
ttvdvui Femimred
In Schumann
Jean Bedetti isl ti acher
ello and chamber mush at
University of Miami Schi f Mus
ic will apr*
... ,nl nau on Fridaj evening
\1 irch 8th, 8 30 p.m.
Mr. Bedetti appei tt*
.n ks ago with the B iston Sym-
ptom) Orchi stn I which h.- was
: -: 'cellist for many years, in two
lerformances ol ;h.' Schu
i ello Com
For hi- :
evening Mr Bedetti has chosen the
Boccherini 'Cello Concerto in H
flal Major !l< will be ao
ij .i string quartet composed ol
Edwin Grxesnikowsk Roland
\ mos, violins Barbara Winston
/iola; and John Rabe Steele 'cello
Mao to be performed are the.
Kncoco Variations by Tschaikow-
iky; Vocalist' by Rachmaninoff;
.ind Dragonfly bj deLune with Jos
eph Tarpley at the piano __^__
Featured on Mr Bedetti > pro
gram will be the first performance
it ManaZucca's Sonata for Cello
ind Piano with the compo>er at the
:>iano
t j<. niuic nn ifnches 60 percent of its 1953 quota at a
Combined F.wtoh Appeal G:an. Trades 1 j* ^ ^^ aimJgSm CO-
*%&:* :^ He.man. trades chairman; John S,rbin.
Leo Chaikin and L/e S;mkins._______________________________--------------------------------------------------
FRIDAY.
Israelite i
Mark Pu^j
Ust,moniaj|
children ,, th>
>nler i, w
E;h7u,libf^
H"h,crt Becker u L
|'he
Friedman
Passover Institute
At Gables (enter
\ Paraover Institute will com-
prise the largest part of 'he forth
coming meeting of 'be ("oral Gab-
les Jewish Center it a on Thurs
da> evening. March 5th. at 8 pm.
in Schulefand Hall
Mr- Samuel Beckman. president
Beach Young: Adults
Hear NCCJ Panel
Bob Stone, president of the
Young Adult Group of the Miami
.. ich Jewish Center, announces
that a panel discussion on the top-
ic One God, will hithliiht the pro
for the next meeting of th<-
; lo take place in the S
f th< enter on W
\' irch 4th, .i! 9 p m
The will I* prese ti
Sj th< Fh : aptei f the Ni
...
Rabb Inn
r will int
nsisting inning
i. in \i CJ exi >r Dr
klin W sidem
md Deal I ill
iversit> o| Miami. 1
,i it.'- and
Zionists Hear Review
. | ...
t evi.....
.'!' :

: Mr and
i Morrii S i 132! S
eeds t thi Zionist
, in i, Comi -
Home Auxiliary
Marks Mvryvr
The first anniversary ol th<
jer of the Miami and Miami B
\u\iliane> of the Jewish H
(or the Aged wa- marked yester-
lay afternoon at the Algiers Hotel,
according to Mrs Sol Silverman.
president of the one year old Great- of the 1TA says that every" effort
or Miami Auxiliary I has been made to include variety
Tribute was paid to Mr- I.-idor in the Institute* program.
ohen and Mrs Max Greenberg.
Mrs Cohen was founder of the
n im. o.mj p.m.. wiin a mils _^
program featuring leading lUrim MilfJQi
At North;
include a presentation of the his-
Ion ol Passover on colored slides
home and the former Miami Aux-
iliary Mrs Greeaberg a respon-
sible for the formation of the old
Beach Auxiliary Mrs Sidney
Weintraub save the invocation dur-
ing the .iffair
bj Rabbi Morn- A Skop. singing
of Passover tongl b) Cantor Irv-
ine Robinson, a discussion of tra-
ditional Passover cookery by Rach-
el SkoD and the di-play of an
authentic Passover dinner table
North Shore J^,
feature a Purim
Sunday morniai, i
the Religious Scinch
Sponsors will ^ |
sisting are the
______________________________ lrvin Sperling
-----------------------------------------------------announced thlt 'J
llovnrskv. Iromp ra'fnvr,- ** ten*l
* enter in sJ_l
\i Purlin Pete Ms r;m^ri. AibtJT
The annual Beth El Purim Festi-1 Sund^'V*"!11''''
val will be celebrated on Sunday, f arch lw".
March 1st. 8:30 p.m.. with a mus-
ical
artists.
Participating will be Rebecca
Boyarsky. accordion soloist, and
Sheldon Frome. violinist. Manny
Gates and his orchestra will pro-
vide music for dancing Prizes will
be awarded for the most original i
costume
Sidney H. Palmer, president ofiFabric- Harriet
the Congregation, will act as mas-'Lorraine Simkowto
ter of ceremonies. Mrs. Max Rap-1 Stern
paport i- chairman of the affair. In
charge of tickets is Mrs. Sidney
H. Palmer. Mrs. G. Solinger will'
handle refreshments.
On the committee are the Mes-
dames Palmer. Jennie Solinger.
Anne Sands, Adolph Greenberg.
William Swimmer. Sam Miller. Ev-
elvn Jay. Sarah Zisman. Mildred j Stuffed Grow
Schlussler and Ella Kaplan. | RESERVATION-
Hostesses re Mrs C lara Pepper '
.mil Mrs Fannie Pepper. Assist
ing with tickets are Abe Pepper
and Mrs Maurice W'eger. Mrs. S
T Swirsk) is in charge of the pro
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States. As a result of the new equipment, the radio center
will be enabled to handle a fai greater flow of message than
any past station in the new state.
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+ *mM>nhr*Bwi
mil Term
Ed the Board of fiov-
he Hebrew Academy
Lh will be installed on
Irning. March 1st, at
_riel. Miami Beach at-
E,,.,.,, re-elected to pres-
Ithc second consecutive
ken are Sidney Rubino-
Kimmel and Dr. Ir-
fcvsky, vice presidents;
' recording secretary;
lucr. corresponding sec-
Bk Brickman, treasur-
dore Spolter, financial
Governors' named to
fche current years are
jionlcld. Jack Ciment,
jn>hur. Kmanuel Gross-
\KM7 Rabbi David Sha-
Sussmao, Max W. Tem-
lunrilman Harold Turk.
S. Andron, president
w Academy, will be
g officer. Rabbi Alex-
fcss, principal, will ex-
the installation cere-
frathers and guests will
i festive Purlin Brunch.
the Academy Kinder-
Iproent a musical play-
] and directed by Mrs.
M, Hebrew instructor,
^u by Miss Edna Sachs.
rector,
of Academy pupils
Ui'-ts have been invited
Kelemer
\mi Visitor
eph Kelemer. spiritual
egation chofetz
bokl>n. New York, is
hie winter on Miami
IMelavah Malke will be
| h mor on Saturday ev-
uary 28th. 8:30 p.m., at
Hotel. Rabbi Joseph
sponsor of the affair
fmz given as a tribute
Kelemer's forthcoming
01 The Son Of Isaac.
i^ a study of the Rab-
Rabbi Isaac Kelemer.
here is the father of
|or.- Samuel and Berele
PAGE 11 A
Typical of the 40,000 Persian Jews in Israel who come from the
land where Mordecai lived is this Modern Queen Esther, en-
gaged in an art perfected centimes ago by her forefathers.
She is one of scores of young Persians immigrants employed
at the carpet factory in Kfax Saba where industries are being
expanded through the investment of Israel Bond funds. Other
Jews who have come to Israel from Persia during the past
few years are acquiring new skills in modern factories estab-
lished throughout the young republic with Israel Bond cap-
ital.
Gables Center Sisterhood i
To Sponsor Purim Dance
A gala celebration will center
around a Purim Dance sponsored
by the Sisterhood of the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center on Sunday,
March 1st, 8:30 p.m., at the Center.
A special feature of the evening
will be the presentation of Queen
Esther Bathing Beauties, as well
as an award to the one guessing the
identity of Queen Esther.
Haskin Fornm
Meets Tonight
The Joseph Baskin Cultural For- \
urn, sponsored by the Workmen's '
Circle Branch No. 892 and its Worn-1
en's Club, will meet on Friday]
evening. February 27th, 8:30 p.m., I
at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Av-
enue.
Subject of the evening will be
the Yivo Archives. Guest speaker
is Israel Steinbaum. member of the
Scientific Section of the Yiddish
Scientific Institute.
Rose Shoshano, author and ac-
tress, will present a humorous
sketch and recite Jewish poetry.

Ileth navid I'll
To Meet Monday
Beth David Synagogue PTA will
meet on Monday evening, March
2nd. at 8:30 p.m.
Principal feature will be a
Purim Play under the direction of
Mrs. L. Schwartzman.
Participants include the Mes-
dames Sam I^evitan. Phil Abrams.
L. Bandel, E. Samess, M. Handshu.
D. Parnes, A Levene and O. Pesa-
cove.
Also appearing will be Harold
Berney. Sam Levitan, Morry Gold-
stein and Charles Gottlieb. Mrs.
Harold Berney will be musical ac-
companist.
*
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ihers' Club '
E S E N T S
te Shimele and
"ke Berger
AND
Academy Chorus
|onnfrst.ig. Conductor
Vening. MARCH 8th
I 8 p.m.
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A topic of great interest to pur-
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1 Adult Education Forum on Sun-
I day night, March 8th. 8:30 p.m.,
i in the Coral Gables Jewish Center
I Social Hall.
Mrs. Mollie Glazer has announc-
ed that Dr. A. J. Noetzel, Profes-
Isor of Economics at the University
| of Miami, will speak on Inflation
j And Prices in connection with the
j new administration. An audience
1 participation discussion will fol
j low Dr. Noetzel's address.
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The Religious School of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center will cele-
brate Purim with an original play-
let and carnival on Sunday, March
1st.
Entitled A Happy Purim, the
playlet will be presented in the
main synagogue at 9:30 a.m.
Featured are Richard Dessauer
as Ahasuerus; Richard Steinbrook
as Haman; Michael Schinitsky as
Mordecai; Harriet Halpern as Roi-
ly; Alan Mcdof as David; Elliot
Friedwald as Schribe; Michey Rad-
ner, Leon Scher and Arthur Adler
as Princes.
Harvey Shapiro as the Guard;
Sherry' Kout as Vashti; Sandra
Weinstock as Matron; Susan Zim-
merman as Esther; and Daniel
Reinhardt, Robert Podvin and Joel
Hirsh as Maids.
Proceeds will go towards the Re-
ligious School's Keren Ami and
Combined Jewish Appeal funds.
Refreshments will be provided by
the Center PTA.
Demand For Dromedary
Dates Reach Record High
Demand for the ever popular
Dromedary Dates has reached a
new high, according to statistics
made available this week.
Pasteurized Dromedary Dates
are the most popular candy grown
on trees. The demand for this
Purim-Passover season exceeds all
previous records, according to
Dromedary packers.
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Heth FA Carnival
A Purim Carnival, sponsored by
The Beth El Hebrew Academy
PTA, will be held on Sunday.
March 1st, 10 a.m., at the Congre-
gation.
Mrs. Michael Kurtz is chairman
of the committee. A play entitled,
It Pays To Be Kosher, will be pre
sented by students of the Hebrew-
School.
Appearing are David Sose, Fran-
ces Sternshein, Stephanie Glad-
stone, Robert Kunst, Rochelle
Lynn, Gabriel Bembaron, Philip
Slotsky, Marilyn Delson, Robert
Widlan, Aaron Liebovitz, Burt Dan-
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A contest will be held to select
the King and Queen of the schools.
Games will be played at various
booths, and articles will be on sale
at a White Elephant Booth.
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Ili^wislWEIliOipidiiaun
Window On Europe
By GRACE WALDMAN
(Copyright. 1953. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
(IDA
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1953
SEC. B
McKeldin Says US Will Not Sell| US Is Real Red
t; No More Czechoslovaks
300 persons attended an emergency conference of the
Bond Drive on Sunday at the Saxony Hotel. The na-
linfi loaders in Jewish affairs heard dramatic actor Ed-
L>n and Maryland Governor Theodore McKeldin attack
,ace as an enemy of Israel and the free world at large.
[1 not he sold down the river by our country." said Gov-
ag he reported that
t by President Eis-
sed "no more Czech-
lour time."
of a fourpofnt pro-
fited States Govern-
the full power of
produces freedom. What does Is-
rael manufacture? It manufactures
courage and faith. What does it
seek to develop as a major export?
Brotherhood and human under-
. standing. Is that all? No, it also
jons in aiding Israel | has the assets that might normally
ant i Semitic pro- be found in relation to any other
investment: industrial plants,
foundries, glass factories, shoe fac-
tories, cement factories, quarries
and power plants, fertilizer and
chemical plants, oil refineries and
harbors, ships and railroads."
Among other speakers were Hen-
ry Montor, vice president and
chief executive officer of the Is-
rael Bond organization, and Sam-
uel Rothberg, of Peoria, national
chairman for Special Sales. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, delivered the
invocation, and Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish of Temple Beth Sholom pro
nounced the benediction.
^t Russia was urged
nor.
ed that the United
. initiative in estab-
al commission of the
_. to urge the migra-
[from Soviet Russia.
tamended that such a
p.ve all possible aid
he task of receiving
*s who maybe given
Jty to leave the Iron
ltrics."
IcKeldm declared that
fcve been "shocked by
bf the Arab states to
American government
the aid of Israel at
I time Condemning
|ie said that "in plac-
ktfUt) to Israel over
nocracy and peace in
East, the Arab coun-
aid and comfort
hunists."
i countries have taken.
hich supports Com-
to weaken and iso-
trur free nation in
1 East." the Governor
Arab countries play
lame, I hey will inevit-
Ehe sorry fate of satel-
pust demonstrate clear-
not they intend to
freedom or Soviet
framed.
|g the recent develop-
istern Kurope. Mr. Rob-
led that not only the
pie but "all free peo-
target of Soviet Rus-
hnitic campaign."
that the free world
I the simple lesson that
pneerted program of an-
la launched, it repre-
leludc to an organized
emncracv everywhere,"
-aid.
ting the purchase of
;i- ..n investment in
I Mr Kuliinson examined
lea and assets of the
1 of Israel. Giving his
lof a recent visit, he ex-
es Irael produce? It
Rabbi Prero To Be
Guest Of Zionist
Youth Commission
Rabbi Amram Prero. national di
rector of the American Zionist
Youth Commission, will be in Mi-
ami, March 2nd through 4th, as
guest of the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission, announced Har-
ry J. Soni, chairman.
Rabbi Prero will speak at the
monthly meeting of the Zionist
Youth Commission on Tuesday,
March 3rd. 8:15 p.m., at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goodman,
8140 Hawthorn Avenue.
During his stay in Miami, Rabbi
Prero will meet Monday night, 8:15
p.m., with Youth Leaders at the
Bureau of Jewish Education Build-
ing, and with Tel Yehduah and
Summer-in-Israel graduates an
Wednesday. 8 p.m., at the home
of Marcia Gross, 4631 North Mer-
idian Avenue.
Target, Says Meyer
"The United States is the real
target of the current Russian anti-
Semitic purges,"
stated Baron de
Hirsh Meyer up-
on his return to
Miami from the
46th annual
meeting of thr
American Jewish
Committee ir
New York City.
Meyer charged
the Red leaden
with a plot to list
anti-Semitism as
a means of unit- Meyer
ing extreme neo-
Nazi and neo-Fascist groups into
an anti-American bloc. "The Com-
i munist aim is clearly to disrupt
jthe American plans for a demo-
cratic front strong enough to re-
sist Red aggression," he asserted.
Meyer, who is president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the Com-
mittee, led a special panel at the
annual meeting in New York which
concerned itself with the Commun-
ist menace. The local chapter was
also represented by Seymour Sam-
et, Southeast area director.
A resolution adopted at the an-
nual meeting appealed to free men
the world over "to denounce this
new threat to humanity". The res-
olution continues. "The Jews are
not the first to suffer. The doc-
trine of group guilt and group an-
nihilation has long been ruthlessly
applied by the Soviet masters to
social classes, ethnic minorities and
religious group*."
muniam".
WASHINGTONWhen Israel Ambassador Abba Eban made his
first visit to the State Department since the Eisenhower Administra-
tion took over to renew Israel's application for military aid from the
United States, it is understood that the questions facing him were:
what the new Administration's policy would be on Arab-Israel issues
and would the new Administration favor any measure, such as a Mid-
dle East command, which would allv Egypt with the West and sup-
port Premier Naguib's hostility against Israel. Israel has previously
indicated anxiety to the United States Government about reports of
contemplated arms shipments to Egypt, and now the Arab state-.
through radio and press propaganda, praise the Eisenhower Adminis-
tration and express hopes that it will develop a sympathetic "pro-
Arab bias."
Meanwhile, Egypt and the West have made affectionate advances,
toward one another. Britain, which has pursued a Middle East com-
mand policy that would strengthen Naguib's government and contrib-
ute to Naguib's hostility against Israel, has signed an agreement with
Egypt on the Sudan, which, according to Ambassador Sir Ralph Steven-
son, "opens a new era of great mutual confidence" between Britain
and Egypt. Naguib's adviser, Aly Zain el Abdin, said that now "Egypt
will have no objection in principle to negotiations on a Middle East
defense pact with the West "as soon as Britain withdraws her troops
from the Canal Zone, which she has agreed to." He said also that "an
independent Egypt will be willing to talk with the free world on how
to safeguard the strategic Middle East."
Premier Naguib has announced that he plans to visit Washington
"in the very near future." The announcement was made shortly after
the agreement on the Sudan was signed with Britain. Naguib's visit
should have interesting consequences, considering that many Repub-
lican officials argue that the Eisenhower Administration should repent
to the Arab world and regain the favor that the Truman "pro-Israel
bias" lost.
It is probable that Naguib will receive a hardy welcome during
his proposed visit here. The State Department has applauded his gov-
ernment's agreement with Britain, saying that the United States is
"highly gratified that its two great friends, the United Kingdom and
Egvpt, have reached an agreement on the Sudan. This is an event of
great importance representing as it does agreement on an issue which
has been the cause of great complications in relations between UK
two countries for decades."
A State Department spokesman praised the agreement, saying t'.iat
its culmination demonstrates "the sincere desire of both parties to
come to an understanding."
What the Governments of Britain and the United States have
overlooked is that West German delegates negotiating with Naguib to
stave off an Arab boycott were forced to fly back from Cairo, cm-
plaining that Naguib pressured and antagonized them by receiving a
rival delegation rfrom East Germany. This disturbs the basis upon
I which rests the West's favor toward Egypt-that Naguib has not
I Sowed the Kremlin to operate in his government. The West has also
I forgotten that their former enemies, the Nazis, now occupy a place of
I esteem as advisers to the Egyptian Government.
Beacfi Apartment Group
To Hold Installation
The Eighth Annual Installation
Dinner Dance of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association has been
set for Wednesday evening. March
18th, at the Latin Quarter. Mayor
D. Lee Powell will be guest of
honor, according to Sidney Rubin-
owitz, chairman of the Entertain
ment Committee.
LOOK for this SIGN
tx<
***!!&+*****
eon Kionish, of Congregation Both Sholom, is pictuied
feivinq a qift of a Torah lor the new Temple which
reeled on Chate Avenue at 4Ut Street, Miami Beach.
Daniel Sepler is making the preaentation on behalf
. Helen, and himaeH. Membera of the Congregation.
aa more than 700, are presently engaged in a cam-
1 raise S500.000 for the conatniction of a new Houee of
' ad'acent to Be'.h Sholom'a preeent atmcture.
* ... displayed everywhere
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Get What You Demand!
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-PAGE 2B
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Mount Sinai Hospital Continues To Serve
Outstanding Stars
At 3rd Jubilee
i
Laugh riot! is putting it moldly. Anyway, the Vagabonds,
the explosive geniuses of comedy and song, will be one of
the many acts on stage for Jubilee March 5th. at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Research Foundation Aided By Jubilee;
Funds Used To Advance Medical Studies
One 01 the many h. spital services to be aided by the Jubilee is the
Mount Sinai Research Foundation Over the bridge and just in
' : f the hospit arch branch, where
t Dr Maurice Lei carried
i important I -. are on
-------------"_______
Ed Sullivan, cohunnist and late-
vision star of Toasl Of The Town,
will be master of ceremonial at
the Mount Sinai Jubilee on Hard
5th
This last, Sullivan will
bring with him several outstand-
ing motion pieture. night club ra
ijjn and television personalities
who will the Jubilee goal of S150.000 The ?
star parforman will appear in ad-,f
dition to the top talent from ho-1,
t.ls. theatres and night clubs in j
this area
Last year's Jubilee brought in
SI 12.000 and set a record for one
! night benefit performances in the
United States. With this year's
'goal of $150,000. the Jubilee will
try to break its own record and
Mr Sullivan has promised even
greater entertainment.
His shy grin and expressive ges-
tures are familiar to every TV
viewer in the country' Now Miami
audiences will again have a chance
t" ..... this famous personality in
a show which should make enter-
tainment history

Bringing in contributions via phone calk m
at work in the bridge housJMubu^X*"
Haspital. Left to right are Mrs. Stanley hi '
of the Women's Activities Comm.tte/m?>
Mrs. Jane Snetman.
Committee. Miss vjj
' I
roi
'
... ,k.. "fP"1" '>'"- '' Scl
:n the
there
S '' thi project! ii process
at pr ,f lh(.
;- I: sl of arterio-sclerosis i r
ol the arteries; investi-
the causes and preven-
6f pulmonary embolus; and
various phases of heart disease
The Research Department is only
efit by the Jub-
! el I Bank also l>cne-
fits as do the various instructional
.. ol
ol Practical Nursing and the
terne train! :;im.
AGVA Permits
Stars To Perform
The stamp of approval of the
American Guild of Variety Artists
Will he <,n each act appearing at
n_Q___, uri, r "j]e Mount Sinai Jubilee next
Pageant Will Feature Thursday night March 5th. at the
Mount Sinai Contribution MT' Boach Auditorium
S.na. Hospital to the Greater Mi- baesaa? rf "f charse
pageant will he in MaXf T,mP ETlS!? ,Rrati,ude l M'JUn< S'
Style and will ,ake!hrpTceo< iSS-, ^ ?* *
the usual speech In a hosniUrut Jn. *"* fuU ho*lUl
tee Taking part in the Pa,eant n "S membor '
Will be actor- from LvJSSR \ ''.'h ,;,and,n8
With the cooperation of the ac
tors and the hotel, radio and tele
ptll(t. M
Oravifi
t Smii Hotpital
Kally Told OS
-Y*#f To Serve
Sinai Jubilee
Slated Thursday
Continued from Pag* 1 A
low hotel men. while Maurice Oro-
vita is chairman of the Building
Trades Committee.
Dr. Stanley Frehling. chairman
of the Physicians' Committee, re-t
ports an excellent response to the
hospitals only fund raising event
Of the year from attending and,
Mandate physicians.
Kntcrtainment is once again this
year under the direction of Chair '
man Ben Gaincs. and Erwin Har-
den heads the Transportation Com
mittee. Working with the Miami
Beach police officials and mem-
beri of the Hade County Road Pa
trot. Harden will direct the arrival
and departure of the various star
acts in order to assure a minimum
loss of time between the night
clubs where they do their nightlv
entertainment stints and the Audi-
torium.
Many committee members have
worked with the chairmen named
All have been anxiously looking at
the big seating chart which hangs
in the Jubilee office, gratified as
each new pin goes up. indicating
one more seat filled and speculat
mg on how long it win be before
the blank spaces are filled.
Different colored pins mark the
different donations, and as the
board get more and more colorful.
, the volunteers get happier. Each
request for tickets, phoned in to
58-0433. means that the board is
that
0 s
*Ti"
> ,,
Mr. Chairman i
chairman
Wiens hani
calling, sellings
Jubilee ever sunfj
announced for
show to be hsidl
the Miami Beech 1
The goal is SI
cause is worthy.
Schedule H
For King I
Professor Sim
University of Miiail
has announced trja
1953 Shakespeare
1'r.ima Department
The
The pageant, which will ill., no,eI- radl" and tele-
trate hospital service- ufnarf'J ^^T^ *** *"* *****
the gala stage show which w.lPfe. m*h, Tu^^ appear on lhe
ture a east of hundred, headed bv ^ "h 'hc Jubile* '
much closer to being filled
h ii1 fa y and c,,ck,ail Partvjand that the Jubilee is that much * wa> nelc in the Memorial Room! closer to the $150,000 needed for! The trvouts will
unt Sinai hospital on Tuaa- important service activities. North Campus I
unt^l T" Kt,ruar> 24,h Vol-I And the devoted workers dent I Wednesday ard
Z1P ?,?,"' Jubllec and Want their work to b* in vain! 4th and 5th. 3 pal
Wi./J w'"^""sP'tal Women's, They-re working, hoping for and ; outs for those rf
'h.h.u^K bnt'f ,aiks t>y looking forward to a sell-out house. I afternoon times si
man Uonard A. Wi- up to the public YOU to' appointment
en. Auxiliary chairman Mrs Louis I make sure that
Krcnsky and Board of Trustees appointed,
i resident Max Oroviu
The speakers stressed the need
for continued support of Jubilee
m order to meet this year's coal
Of S150.000 Visitors to ,* J
P'tal saw the roll of honor listing
he names of Jubilee sponsor, -
\Z sSo" ^ con,nbut'd
they're not dis-
The Blood Bank is one of the many *rvi~. i^
otod by the Thud Annual f-C^JfJ*** ?lucfc '^l he
on March 5tb- "~
Booklet Explains Hospital
Services To Patients
In accord w,th the latest tech-
"">ues ,n public rotations m 1,
JtoaJ i.ospal now fl,,U|;,,un'
ISvSSS^
-# as
en: km *"' eXpUins the '''^r-
steffgy *" the super-
Sotti r^^wtaent o|
There are openisRj
and three BaM *J
speare tragedy Tir
members of the
community other
students, all reh
night
. Kin*; Lear *ill |
! 13th through 25tB,_
Third .\nnul
val i
Blithe Spirit, f
duction of the l"
Ring Theatres WWI
open at the **
March 3rd. for .
ances through >urAj
TMttliHM5 C f The M,ph,-ted
1 Coward is under
Charles PhiU
ow
Dr
the cast are
Bradman. Judith*
Mrs. Bradman. >
Edith. MaO Dw*
catt. Majel H"^J
Johnstone as
Joselof a> Elvira
Nick
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Count me in!" says lovely
sngor Hosalind Couxtright
who wanta everyone to know
that she'll be an hand far the
hig Jubilee show March. 5th.
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its annual P^<^
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UJARY27J953_
*JewlsHhrMlari
PAGE 3 B
| MEANING OF PURIM
prescribed in the Bible. In Talmu
die times, special funds were rais-:
ed to provide dowries for poor
brides and to rescue Jewish cap-
tives. Collections, reminiscent of
the poll-tax that the ancient Israel-
ite had to pay, were made in the
HENRY FISHER
Diaspora festival. It
icasion in the Jewish
commemorates an
turred outside o# Pal-
Cerein lies its great
Lai to the Jews the
'or 1'urim is symbolic Synagogue. This money was dis-
in thp Galut. Haman tributed among the poor, Chris-
tians sharing with Jews. So basic
kpe of the arch enemy
Lrdecai and Esther of
Writs, men and women
Lie for survival.
L sensed the eternal
|of (he day when they
\n if all the festivals
shall continue". For
lists, and knew, that
fth.- Jew lived in the
long will he have to
was this phase of observance, that
the poor were required to give to
-those poorer than they.
An exchange of gifts is the third
way of observing Purim. That too,
is a Biblical prescription. We call
it Shalach Monos, and its exercise
serves to bind the members of the
community in a common joy. This
mutual' exchange of presents con
Hamanism, with prej- j sists usually of fine foods, ot un-
,tred and bigotry, and] usual food delicacies. But other
he heed the tonic ef- gifts were made, too. Even a dedi-
ancient tale, attesting | cation of a book was a usual Purim
deliverance, breath- j gift. It was a very familiar sight a
generation or two ago in East-
European countries to see young-
sters running through the streets,
with plates covered with cloths,
Jews bearing gifts which were
cheerfully received and recipro-
cated.
But perhaps the most appealing
form of observing the holiday is
through good natured merriment
and unadulterated revelry. Purim
is in a certain sense, the most
secular of our holidays. A certain
license is granted that is denied on
all other occasions. It is really an
excuse for the releasing of pent-
up emotions. Life for the Jew has
never been easy. He has always
reckoned with a world that was
quite difficult in its realities. Liv-
ing for the Jew was always a seri-
ous and painful task. His life was
free from light-hearted moments.
of hope and -courage
rked us as a deathless
m deals with a peren-
p. Its story is the story
none the nations, the
buggies, of his suffer-
(dangers: but it is also
his faith and hope, of
triumph over those
selves up against him.
| is familiar. Its source
of Esther, and there
Haman who rose to
tr King Ahasuerus and
hat monarch to destroy
in his dominions. Lots
[to decide the day of
ale extermination. It is
of lots that gave the
festival, for the Bible
t Purim meant "lots",
reckoned without Mor-
[Esthrr. The latter had Hence he afforded himself a brief
teen to Ahasuerus, and'period of escape, a day or two
gained royal favor by I when he could feel free to indulge
king's life. And through in the lighter aspects of life.
The Greater Miami Chapter, of Hadassah will sponsor the
evening performance of High Button Shoes at the Music Circus
on the 79th Street Causeway tomorrow evening, February 28th.
All proceeds will go toward the new Community Health Plan
now being inaugurated in Israel. Shown above (left) is Mrs.
William Kogen getting her tickets from Chapter Coordinator
Mrs. Henry J. Nelson.
Community -^
Relations Work *^
Viewed At Institute i
Gilbert J. Balkin, executive di-
rector of the Florida Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, will
address the fifth session of the
Adult Institute of Jewish Studies
on Wednesday, March 4th, 9 p.m.,
at the Bureau of Jewish Education
Building.
He will discuss: Can Community
Relations Work Be Centralized On
The -American Scene. Balkin will
analyze the varying role and func-
tions of community relation agen-
cies in the United States and the
effect of the Maclver Report.
The Adult Institute is sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and includes courses in He-
brew and Yiddish during the first
hour from 8 to 9 p.m.
. Miami Window.
Impact Of Judaism On
Civilization Aired
Rabbi David Shapiro will ad-
dress the Spinoza Outdoor Fonim
on Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p.m ,
on the law of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolf son, I lth St. and
Ocean Court, Miami Beach. He will
discuss: The Impact of Judaism On
Civilization.
ssion of Esther,'Hainan's
kre thwarted, and he fell
hi- own plotting.
Jews were delivered
fends of the foe. and the
eir deliverance became
bn of treat rejoicing. Its
was ordained for all Is-
[for all times, and ever
pm has always occupied
pit plate in the calendar
festivals, marked by a
Such is the story of Purim. A
minor festival in the Jewish calen-
dar, it is major in its proportions
and certainly major in its implica-
tions. At all times Purim has been
intimately associated with deliver-
ance from calamity, so much so,
that we have other "Purims" in
Jewish historylocal Purims cele-
brated by Jewish communities who
have been spared threatened dan
Ten Miamians have been named to the men's Reception Com-
mittee for the 41st annual convention of the Linen Supply Associa-
tion of America scheduled in April for Hollywood, Florida. Chairman
of. the group is Sam A. Goldstein, president of Sanitary Linen Service
Company. On the committee with him are his two sons. Burton and
Charles .
Among appointees named to head groups of solicitors in the
Special Gifts Division of 4he Red Cross fund campaign, scheduled for
March 1st, are Joseph Lipton, of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation, and Mauri'c* Klein, of Tobin and Baker Insurance Firm. Lipton
will head the drive among financial organizations. Klein is in charge of
hotels ... Dr. J. S. Gottlieb, professor of psychiatry at the State Uni-
versity of Iowa and assistant director of the Iowa Psychopathic Hospi-
tal, has been named director of the Department of Psychiatry at Jack-
ton Memorial Hospital. Dr. Gottlieb will assume his duties here on
July 1st. and supervise final preparations for opening the 100-bed
psychiatric ward .
Named vice president of the Greater Miami Beach Motel Associa-
tion is Walter A. Samuels, managing director of the Carib Motel. He
succeeds David R. Porvln, Detroit hotelman and operator of the Ocean
Shore Motel, who has been elected to the post of president ... A. Earle
Clark ft Son, Miami food brokers, have been appointed brokers for the
Welch Grape Juice Company.
Community Art Singer;
The Community Art Singers and
Doctor Paul Held, director, will
present a series of American folk
songs during a meeting of the
Pioneer Women of Greater Miami
on Sunday evening, March 8th, at
the Hibiscus Lodge.
Rabbi Abramowitz Will
Discuss Haman. Israel
Harold Shapiro, commentator oh
the radio program, Meet \our
Neighbor, has invited Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the
North Shore Jewish Center, to he
his guest Sunday, March 1st. at
8:15 p.m., over station WINZ. Rab-
bi Abramowitz will speak on Ha-
man And Israel. Rabbi Abramo-
witz was Chief Director of JDC
in Europe, had his own pulpi'. iu
Canada and was a Chaplain in the
US Army.
ger, and even private Purims of
bservance of the day: individuals who have been miracu-
arity. exchange of gifts, iousiy delivered from great peril.
Today. Purim bears a stark real-
ism. Once again, in our time, the
descendants of Amalek have reared
their heads out-Hamanizing Haman
and striving against the Jew as well
as against civilization itself. Once
again the story of the Book of Es-
ther is being enacted before our
eyes.
pigious service actually
the preceding Sabbath
[anticipate the festival by
[the Amalek of the Bible
the progenitor of Haman,
pul who was the ancestor
cai. It is continued with
bf Esther on the day prior
, commemorating Esther's
preparation for her ap-|
he King. And on the eve j
mi of Adar. as well as the
ning. the Book of Esther
the Synagogue,
ory is read, with a spe- J
fit. from a Meglillah, or
he Megillah is folded to
a letter, for it is in that j
M Esther broadcast the I
| occurrences. While it is I
ead in Hebrew, the Tal-
nits it to be read in the
*r, so that its contents I
understood. The duty to i
Megillah is incumbent
I Israelites.
is a very informal spirit
hying the reading of the
r and a certain measure of
permitted. This all asso-
hth emphasizing our dis-
[Haman. The Book of Es-
Jthough a narrative, has
[the character of a drama.
I the villain; Mordecai and
re the heroes. Jews have
Pdulged on Purim in the
familiar in our own day,
OR" the villain, of showing
empt in a very vocal and
us manner
*ond form of observance
gi charity. The giving of
Jhe Poor is a feature of
W* festival, but more so
rim, since it is definitely
ALWAYS THE BIGGEST
SHOW OF THE YEAR!
MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL
Dr. William Koblenz, Miami,
has been named president of
the Southeast Florida Opto-
metric Association lor the
coming year. Other new of-
ficers of the SFOA are Dr. S.
G. Schneider, Miami Beach,
vice, president; Dr. Robert
Tanner, South Miami, secre-
tary; Dr. Chester Rotter. Mi-
ami Beach, treasurer; and
Dr. Thomas Hall. South Mi-
ami, sergeant-at-arms. Instal
lation is set for March 2nd.
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Jewish Women
Will Observe
Council Sabbath
i Beth Jacob Sisters
Slate Fund Project
Mrs Louis Sh.nfkm. president of
the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob I'on-
i gregation. outlined plans for fu-
ture activities at a meeting last
"Js; *jj
During the next two weeks, the
Greater Miami Section. National Wednesday
Council of Jewish Women, will join A humorous skit. The Doctor,
in the nationwide observance of was presented The Mesdames
Council Sabbath. Samuel Klein. Abraham Bergman
Mrs. Morris Burke. Contempor- and Moses Mescbeloff took leading
ary Jewish Affairs chairman, has Pats.
announced that local synagogues A card Par,v m lhc s'"'lal Ha"
Mill participate in the program.'0" Mar("h 11,h wlli *' ,hl' next
Council members will address var-'fund raising project of the jroop,
i ii__&....a ...III K.. lk. !,!. |..mor
*h
Council member
ious congregations, on the subject.
Council Activities In Relation To
Jewish Life
Four synagogues will observe the
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Morris B Frank. I.eo Meyer, John
Starr. Jack Wuchcr. Malvina
Schwartz and Harry Shopiro
The Sisterhood will be hostess
occasion on February 27th. during Tne Sisterhood will be hostess
regular Friday night services. I at a Purim Party for children of.
Speakers will be Mrs. Ben Zion ,he da'lv an<1 Sunday schools of
Ginsburg. at the Miami Beach Jew Be,h Jacob on Sunday. March 1st
ish Community Center; Mrs Alex- A program of song and humor will
ander Robbins. at Temple Beth' e presented by the pupils The
Sholem: Mrs. Sam Silver, at the Mesdames Aaron Weingarten. Rose
Coral Gables Jewish Center: and' Hayes. Anna Berow. Abraham
Mrs Nathaniel Levin, at Temple I BerRman and Samuel Klein will be
Israel. in charge of refreshments Benja-
On March 6th. Mrs. B. F. Bres- min Kamonetzky. education direr
lauer will speak at Beth Da\ id Ccn ,or will supervise the program
I'uriiii Program
On .!<*%% isli Hour
A special Purim radio program
will be presented on Sunday by
?.'the Jewish National Fund Council
,
. %
Solomon Lobel. president of Young Israel Synagogue, ia shown abo
Law from Morris and Louis Gordon, New York industrialists and M V8 Cj,CC*Ptill9l
brothers presented the Scroll la.t Sunday in memory of their moSrT??
died in 1946. "eua M.
gregation
Yiddisher Forum
Observes Purim
Der Yiddisher Forum will cele- > ....>..-. u,... v......^..
brate Purim during its weekly Recording to an announcement by-
meeting on Saturday evening. Rabh' Moses Mescheloff. Council
March 28th. 815 pnv.'at Kneseth President.
Israel Congregation. Jan Bart will be featured on
On the program are Max Gleib- Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour
erman Max Astor. Rose Shoshano, frm noon '" 2 p.m He will pre
NTami Convalescent Home
Spec aliing in Care to the Elderly and
Chronically III. 24 Hour Nursing Scry.
it' Special Diets Strictly Observed-
Private and Smi-Private Rooms.
LEO ALLEN. Director
135 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phones 2-6437 and 9-0278
and Sholem Perlmutter
Pro<*dK .< To
Israeli Children
sent a number of Israeli and Yid-
dish song-
Rabbi David Shapiro and Mrs
Saul Ashkenazi will bring a mes-
sage of Jewish National Fund
achievements in Israel.
Pioneer Women. Club No 1. held The Jewish hour is a regular
a dinner meeting last Wednesday'feature of station WMBM every
evening at Congregation Beth Tfii Sunday afternoon.
ah ___________
Chairman of the affair was Mr- New Officers At Flagler
Louis Beckerman Hostesses in I. Fisher w,II be chairman of the
e i.nn'u m'',K~',U'L Yaf "UtaNGwuHta Jewish Commun-
i e. M,nie Bower, Rose Rosen ity center Religious Committee, ac-
P orZ, :'nr> "\ s. CrdiB <" a" announcement thU
Iroc..e,-,.r,.,anI1arkedfor.he week New recording secretan
Child Building Fund in Israel Harold Stnimpf.
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Reach Toward 1953 Goal As
fells Of Near-Top Tally Reports
I > \Doeal prospect cards have been assigned to
/c"' hnuse contributors in the Greater Miami area,
fcm.nced by Seymour Rubin, chairman of the Apart-
of Miami Beach Chairman Daniel Broad, the
Idircction
been divided into
Las with chairmen
ch section for the
filing each apart-
lani and owner. As-
L Beach campaign
[... Schatzman and
ent house owner to
.rccnl coverage of
In is Aaron Newman
L with Ben Katzen
[ween Jefferson and
[venues, from 15th
Lin ltoad.
r .. ..,.,< on MImJ
f.h SMirinan and
t/,' .-.., h area; Bam
I .' Rad to r. fr. r ...
i M,s PK"
ill Mrs Uual < loicl-
fc,v*l\an a Avenue i<>
K.,,.... from Alton
v,. .,,.. between
II .i.i. Rnbbl
_.,n in (trean.
,, .. ...: i; Albert
1 .. inn to IVnn-
en Mb and
Meridian t<>
. ,-. n Hill .""I
in !'. from
II ,ti. lilnei'li
Mi- .Mam iif
I Washington
:l!lll Kith
I >m the Bay
I3th Strict
SI Iney Knliln-
Iiimii i: .1.1 i" wean,
r Boulevard;
I ..,!. ncton Av-
i ... Lincoln Road
M \\ llllam I.....-
. :i.'il In 4lHt
I- hi i 'rivi- anil
liver all of Normandy
ncenlrated drive are
Gordon and David
Airmen for the Surf-
be Mrs. George En-
bavid Konhauzer.
larca is headed by co-
Kurman and Harry
spon^ihle for cover-
Bent houses in town
Eilman, Mrs. Edward
Ella G. Curry. Her-
Mrge Miller. Mrs. Ida
i Carl St-alander.
than SI5,000 of new
fcrtef' at the second
on pep rally, Chair-
timan announced that
^des Division had ex-
rcent oi its campaign
Wes business men's
[by Nat Winokur, re-
! than one-half of the
were covered and
$2,000 received at
neetinw. Retail Stores
kw covered 55 percent
, and Building Trades,
nil Gould, has passed
pf it- i|iiota with many
it gifts in this unit
still to be contacted.
Top trades units are Real Estate
and Insurance and Finance. The1
latter group has reached 81.9 peri
cent of its quota, exceeding the
Real Estate Unit by fhe slight
margin of .9 percent. Personal Ser-
vices Unit is now at the 75 percent
mark, having raised more than
four times last year's amount, it,
, was announced by Chairman Al
Hirsch.
A meeting of the Food Unit was
held on Tuesday, at the home of
Chairman Melvin Wei'nkle to plan
their traditional dinner affair in
behalf of the Combined. Jewish Ap-
peal. Tentative date has been set
at March 10th or 12th.
Among the key workers who at-
tended the second trades pep rally
were Leo Ackerman, Sholem Alt-
schuler, Henry Berg, Leo Chaikin,
Al Constantin, Albert Cornfield,
William Edelstein, Paul Galbut and
Al Hirsch.
Also attending were Arthur
Kahn, Aaron Kanner, Dr. Maurice
Kleinman, Aaron Kravitz, Rabbi j
Samuel M. Machtei, Joseph Mech-1
low. Frank Seiden, John Serbin,
Al Sherman, Lee Simkins, Lou
Suchman, Sam Taran, Jerry Stern,
William Weintraub and ,A1 Weiss.
Dr. Alisa Eskol. noted lecturer
and writer from Israel, spoke be-
fore a group at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H y m a n Coverman on
Wednesday evening.
Known as "Israel's most capti-
vating goodwill ambassador," Dr.
Eskol surveyed present conditions
in the new state and told of the
acute austerity program which ex-
ists for the average family.
During her brief Stay in Miami
Beach. Dr. Eskol will continue to
address rallies and workers groups
of the Combined Jewish Appeal in
this area.
Charles Fruchtman, chairman of
the Winter Residents Division of.
the Combined Jewish Appeal, an-
nounced at its weekly meeting on
Thursday that the unit had attain-
ed 72 percent ot its 1953 quota.
$290,000 was set as the Division
goal.
Chairman Fruchtman announced
the appointment of five additional
members to the Winter Residents
Division. They are William Agra-
nove, George F. Franklin, Nathan
Kushin, Oscar Mamber and Oscar
Sindell. All are actively engaged in
covering pledge cars in the Greater
Miami area.
Welfare Services Unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal are guests of Mrs. Harry Gordon, chair-
man (stand left), at a cocktail party held in her home. Representatives of all local agencies
attended the fund raising event. Shown seated (left to right) are Mrs. Maurice Pearbtein;
Alisa K. Eskol, Israeli author and lecturer; Mrs; Mary Aronson, Jewish Social Service Bureau;
Sam Gertner, executive director, Mount Sinai Hospital; Mrs. Gertner; and Mrs. M. Gettinger
and Max Gettinger, Community Planning director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Rear row are Mrs. Harry Gordon; Maurice Pearlstein, executive director, Jewish Home for the
aged; Sam Heiman, chairman. Trades Division; and Mrs. Seymour Samet and Seymour Sam-
et, executive director, Southeastern Region, American Jewish Committee. Not shown in photo
are Albert Comanor, executive director, Jewish Social Service Bureau; and Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director. Bureau of Jewish Education.
DOG RACING
NIGHTLY
(i \ii\tt Sunday)
Mrs. Glasser Is
Named To UJA Post
Mrs. Louis Glasser. of Miami
Beach, has been appointed to serve
as a member of the Executive Com-
mittee of the United Jewish Ap-
peal's National Women's "Division
during the 1953 UJA nationwide
campaign, it was announced this
week by Edward M. M. Warburg,
general chairman of the UJA, and
Mrs. Albert Pilavin, chairman of
the National Women's Division.
A leader of local and national
philanthropic affairs, Mrs. Glasser
will join with other outstanding
women from all parts of the coun-
try in organizing women's group
activities designed to help raise
maximum sums toward the $144.-
524,250 needed this year for Israel
and nearly 500,000 Jews throughout
the world.
Mrs. Glasser served here last
year as chairman of the Metropol-
itan Division of the Community
, Chest and was recently awarded a
i citation by the National Conference
I of Christians and Jews for promot-
i ing human relations and good will.
In addition to her work with the
'National Women's Division of the
UJA. Mrs. Glasser is a member
of the United Nations' Speakers
Bureau, vice president of the
Mount Sinai Auxiliary and a mem-
ber of the Board of the Urban
League. She has also served as a
leading figure in the work of
major Jewish organizations here,
as president of the Miami chapter
of the American Jewish Congress,
secretary of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and in other key
posts.
She has also been chairman of
the Miami Beach Cancer Drive.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH. HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold I JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
Friday evening services at 8:301 will hold Friday evening services
p.m. Saturday morning services I at 8:30 a.m., with Reverend Leo
a____-r-v. r>____li r i- ..w..- II,,,.,. ,, are at 9 a.m. The Scroll of Esther
will be read at 7 p.m. A Parim
Party is scheduled for Sunday
morning at 10 a.m.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer,
Abramowitz officiating. Subject of the service
Heim officiating and discussing:
Was Mordechai Justified. Mr. and
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
AfludJth lara.l-Rahbi !aj*c BverOr-
uTaatoS i* ratH St.. Miami BMHfe.
Beth Da'v,d lUbblMB
Conservative.
Miami
ae.:
lr4 Ava
ae'ih Dr, BhmanraJra swiraky Or-
Sodoa. 500 BW 17th Ave. Miami
Bath Jacob- lUl.bl Mowa Me^holoff.
Orthodox. 31-J11 Waah. A* M.B.
Itnbbi l-**>n Kronlab.
Mrs. Joseph Neuman will be hosts | lath h.i.m ,ubu (
Saturday Btth TTiiah lubbi Joaapa Raiko*-
aky. Ortnodoa, Ja Euclid Ac.-., Mi-
ami lt*.arh ...
Coral Qablaa- Rabbi Morrla *<*>. Ijlb-
S1THEBS CULLS FOR
at the Oneg Shabbat.
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when the Reverend will discuss the
.Weekly Portion. Children of the
1S at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer] Hebrew School will assist during
SrammtfitT offioiotino Suhipot nt the service. The Scroll of Esther
will be read Saturday evening at
rral, Z'JO I'ltlermn Ave.. C. (iablaa.
Downtown Syagofua -orthodox. 135
N\V ;lrd Av Miami
Flaalar.Granada-50 NW 51st Place,
Miami
Hrtw Academy Rabbi Alexander
Oroaa, Orthodox. 91S 6th St. MB.
Hialrah. Miami Springa Reverend
im ii.im. Cooaarvatlva, KI a, *th
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will' Hallywoa* Conaai -vatlve, 2030 Polk
Bl ..II, u ...,H
Abraham
bis discourse is scheduled as: The
Unman In The Kremlin. Cantor Ed- 8
ward Klein will render the musical
portion of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m. At; hold late Friday evening services L^iu^S?" Rabbi Abraham
3:30 p.m., the Rabbi will conduct at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Sha-' Bach*, Conservative. ais sw 24th
a Mishna Class. The Scroll of Es- pin and Cantor Maurice Mamches ] Knre'.r.ihMl,iV'aei Rabbi Abraham Ca.-
thrr will be read at 7 p.m. Partici-1 officiating, assisted by the Student i sei, orthodox. Mil BeelM Av.,
paring will be Jay Neross, Jerry j choir under the direction of Mrs. | M,^7 ^n'hlt,M>i in-in* Uhrmaa,
t.'oidstein. Sarah Stern. Bert KlinR-1 Jack Donnerstag Cvnthia I-ee Conaervatlve. itoi Wa*h Ave M.B.
er, Goldie Cohen. Belle Cohen and daughter of Mr. and'.Mrs Rubin M''|m|, *SS!idkVtm SW mh Ar?!
Shirlee Greenside. The Scroll will Bott, will become Bas Mitzvah dur Ml
he read again during the Minyan lng the services. Subject of a dis- ^g7^*2Za Cch?"
Breakfast on Sunday morning. course by Rabbi Shapiro is sched- North Dade Rabbi Harry Bilinear,
? uled as. Youth Guidance. Floral SSTt^uffSL*'
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs North Shore Rabbi stayer Ahrnmo-
Friday evening services at 5:45 Bott. Saturday morning services. ffiam^KachT* S2 '3th St''
p '. Saturday morning services are are at 9 a.m.. when Joel, son of Tempie laraal -Dr Joaapa Harot, Re-
.it 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kaplan, will be ritarSth laraal* aWNl MtanU Ava..
i i ss will officiate. Guest speaker come Bar Mitzvah. A reading of Miaou
i :i K Dni.u; n;~.... d_....!._*..- !, c*n -f f..u- ... ..~u..j..ij VVeit Miami-
abbl Alfred Waxman.
S7J9
BW !Tih St.,
4001 Chase
W II be Rabbi Pincus Bryskman. the Scroll of Esther is scheduled
; fessQT of Bible and field direc for 7:30 p.m.
t> v of Veshiva Torah Vodaath and | ...
ivta. Subject of his discourse CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
cheduled as: Purim Today An TER will hold Fridav evening
g Shabbat for children, under .services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi
supervision of Mrs Alexander Morris Skop officiating and dis- TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
ss. will be at 3:30 p m. Mincha cussing: Who Have Hated Jews hold Fridav evening services at
M 6 pm. followed by Shalos And vvhy Saturday morning serv- 8 15 p m with Dr. Joseph N a rot I
The Scroll of Esther will tees are at 930 am., when Michael, officiating and discussing: Hainan !
read al 30 p.rn Sunday Punm >on f Mr and Mrs ,nin wmm ,n Windsor Castle A special ritual
Cannon. 339 Catalonia, will become entitled. EstherQueen of Persia.!
Bar Mitzvah. The Scroll of Esther will be conducted bv the Rabbi
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will will be read at 7 p.m., with Can- Congregation and Choir.
: Friday evening services at 6 tor Irving Robinson rendering the ...
Saturda) morning services musical portion of the liturgy. Mrs
Tvatlv
Miami
Vouoq Israel OrthdOX,
An.. Miami Rear-h
Zamora Reverend Rudolf BrllL r.n-
- r\ itive, 41 Zamora Ave, Coral
Oablea
.it 8 30 am when Rabbi Arie Gladys Hose will head a commit- ho
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
Friday evening services at
8:15 pm. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
, officiate and discuss: Martin Bu-
ber'a Moses An Oneg Shabbat will
follow in honor of the National
ker will discuss the Weekly tee distributing Purim refresh
.'in A class in Bible is sched- ments,
tor ."> p m Mincha will be at ...
I pm. followed by Shalos Seu- MIAMI rpatu ieu/icu <-ch
The Scroll of Esther will be tmwS i2?SLJl*2? CEN" J"""*.."1 "?nr u' the NaUonaI
r< J ai 7 nm Cnnrfov ,; T=R i hold Friday evening serv- Council of Jewish Women Mrs
' :n eun ,r; r8Va,r f"? 8:S0 P ," Rabbi Irving Alexander Bobbins will Se guej
at 8 30 a.m. Lehrman officiating. (Juest preach- speaker. Saturday morning serv
^OUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE V,,^" ^ ^ ^ Goldfarb- icCS are a 10 *". when the
u k, i i i-r I SYNAG0GUE Saturday morning services are at, Bar Mitzvah of Ronald George son
hold Friday evening services 9 am. Rabb. Lehrman will discus, of Mr. and Mrs En^anue? KaliTh
. 6 p.m. Saturday mor,ng sen- the Weekly Portion. An afternoon Will take place Cantor Samuei
are at 9 am Mincha will be ] class in Bible is scheduled for 4 15 Kelemer will rn,w Ik 22 ,
iS-^^J^08sr-foUowed*"KSrJSISfpor,c,onerofw \**mus,c"
The Scroll of Esther is sched- los Seudos. The Scroll of Esther .
' "p kL". 1 Sa,urda>' evening will be read at 7.30 p.m. Cantor' i, ,TC u.
Rabb. Joseph Andron. Sunday : David S.lverman will render the FrS CENTER Wi" hold
ning Purim services are at 7:30 musical portion of the liturgv dur nZ L<1 "* ^'^ 53
i mg services, assisted by the Center Jd w,. hl^'T "** 815 m
hoir ..nHo- ,. a..1.:-- i U1" be conducted bv Hv Mor-
7AMORA JEWISH CENTER will
'd regular services Friday at
8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E.
Bi II officiating, Mr, and Mrs.
Catsman will sponsor the Oneg
bat. Services will begin at 9
By GEORGE SMATHE8S
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The follows ^^
United State, Senator George SrnaThl0. Wa*"h.
The Jcuri* Floridian. Ulltol !&U ^"aj
monthly here, touching on n*2r* "''mu
Correspondence axfdrwaed to him SuTl to ^
Uther-$ office.) *noul b mo^JJ
I have joined in sponsorship in th. c_
express the revulsion felt by the people JT*, !
inhuman purge of Jews in the Soviet Iini. LV"
This resolution is similar to one S!Sb
other day by my good friend Congressm,!utt 1
York. Congressman Keating and I have ftf?2?N
we are cohvinced that we should condemn h ?*
these inhuman activities on the part of r
though we realize that it may have no effMT2%
ities. ln IftenjJ
RecalUng that the last Congress adopted mJ
the arrest and conviction of the American nl H
Oatis who is still in prison in CheckoslovaL !??*
resolutions were offered relating to actions '--- *
dinal Mindszenty and other Church offiX T7*1
to raise our voices at this time might be mistaken2i
The American people are not indifferent tomS
being visited upon these persecuted people bv r
barous government. The anti-Semitic purges in Rui-i
countries vnU be further crimes against humanmltl
regime of regimentation and exploitation of human SJ3
to mankind. ""M
As Congressman Keating said in the House th,
modern world is divided into more than just two scomi
ing different philosophies of government It h dnWl
munist conspiracy which has undertaken, contrary tad
the fatherhood of God and brotherhood of man LtM
and torture leaders of the church, newspapermen and I
now a genocidic purge of the Jewish people within iu ka
The truth is that at the present time it is imposa*.
of any real practical help to these tragic victims 71
the iron curtain, but we canftot fail to speak out thai
the existence of such helpless suffering t pon raising |
may encourage some to escape from the Godless tynai
no value on human life and human libertv and to pro-.]
do escape our efforts to assist them.
It is my belief that Congress will pass our resc.
to the world that these victims are not alone at the t.
travail but that the whole free world is conscious ol thai
and will some day bring their actions to retribution
The development of the horrible and cruel campagij
tion against the Jews is another sign of the weakrai
munist system and the might of our democratic st*
strengthened by the exercise of its liberties while 'del
system becomes weaker through the denial of personill
' Choir under he direct on of Jo "" SL2 Cnduc,ed i
seph Schreibman Daily services ,or EBIA"-,^" ** "*
are in the Chapel at 8 a m and L .1? f dlscoa"* to be
at 6:15 p m Presented by Rabbi Abraham Sachs
, ,s scheduled as: Remember What
BETH EL CONGREGATE w, ^ZZf^ '
rnday evenlng scn,ces ,t are 830 ^ Ram J^JJJ
..ooat. services will begin at 9 hold Fridav ovm,7 aaiuraay morning services
- Saturda, The Scroll of Esther > 6: 5 p m Saturday mornmT '* 7 *f *" **** "* w'
' be read at 7 pm Sundav | ices a^a 30 m i^"' t T \ Weekly Vonion The
P.U-im morning services will begin vahu T Sw.rskv wilT o fm"A fi*ffc" wlM ta read at 7
at 3 a.m. ^.....!; .*irsk> wl" ""'ciate and p.m.. and durine Sulm i...-
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
X o LSerV'CeS 3re at 8:30 'NSTITUTE will hM v EW "2 *'" ^ at 8:30 a m Subject of
when Rabbi April will preach ning sen-ice a JJ"!? S* llST" ,0 ** evered by the
he topic: Modern anti-Sem-1 morning %,,' *?**" gj" -MM as: ujEl
hen Rabbi Isaac Ever i w \.J T l antor Aaron Weingar-'
"elf Mincha is .1 *i JzTSS "f,he ll,ur> Junior Congreeatmn
pnviaxis. A class in Talmud is .
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
' evening services
Rabbi Moses Mes-
and preaching
Soviet Purim.
Wenl will be guest spea'ker'. Tat-1 AGUDATh' ispac. u. scheduled Saturday morninTse'r^
*rES3S '""""""--"" "'""n-h"M"M"
n the topic: Modern anti-Sem-
iUsm. A class in Mishna is sched
u.ed for 5 p.m.. followed bv Mm
wr ,;, JEW;SH NTE, j --"" -ssaiast*
will hold Friday evening services'
at 5:45 and at 8:30 p.m., with Rab-
hi Alfred Waxman officiating
' eat speaker will be Loran Shee-
Jj. principal of Kinloch Park Jun-
ior High School, whose discourse
is -cheduled as: Modern Education
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Supworth
will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat
following. Saturday morning sen-
ei are at 9 a.m. Mincha will be
t 5:30 p.m., with Shalos Seudos
concluding the Sabbath observance.
The Scroll of Esther will be read
at 6:45 p.m., with children partici-
pating.
545 p.m.. fol-!
belJffw^sSSe^'
emy win deliver ^ ^^ ^ad ____^_^^^
ftttaraa-! sRay stwUn' sp-k
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S5aK&^" "* B'ri,h 1-*
class will be conducted bv R.hw Sterling will be .
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN
(Sowth African Correspondent of tha Jewish TtltarajaiJ
JOHANNESBURG Back from an extensive study mJ
community organization in the United States. Canada a
with a look-in at Israel on the way home. Gustav SimL
retary of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies all
African Jewish communal executive, is impressed not tj
the diversity of Jewish life in various lands as by the i
it manifests, despite local differences.
"The main impression I have brought back with nt'l
correspondent in an interview here today, "is the hast t_
the problems which have Jews the world over. Stnppwj
variations, you find the same primary concerns: the m
Jews of world peace, the maintenance of the secunt?*']
Judaism from attack by -hostile elements, the securitj rfj
tion of Israel and the recognition of the vital stake"*
over the wocld have in that consolidation."
Pride in the road his own community has tmtWI
almost apologetic comparison. "As far as American JwjH
I'm not sure they yet have that full understanding ofthaj
of Israel that we, say, in South African Jewry have lUH
American Jewry still approach Israel purely from r
philanthropy. Without wishing to be patronizing, I *'
average standard of presentation of Zionist values and t
lems is higher in South Africa than it is in the United S*
"A further basic problem common to all Jewish
Mr. Saron continued, "is the maintenance of what I (
internal integrity of Jewish life and the cultivation of m
Here there are two parallel and complementary tfr**4
aspect, involving leadership and cultural content, and
aspect, involving organization, facilities and fund raisa*"
izational pattern may differ according to local circumstua
spiritual and cultural aspect is everywhere much the .
"Speaking with an eye on some of the unfortunate aw
have been taking place in South African Jewry, 1 I.
pleased to note the stress that is laid in American mm
coming every constructive manifestation and trend u .
despite differences in ideological or religious *PP"J*|
riding effort to reconcile instead of exacerbate dUfcreacj
"We in South African Jewry can learn much tmS
and Canadian Jewry in spite of the very different cow"
here We can learn much from the wav American J-
spends its money, which has a determining ''lflueB<*jLi
M Jewish community organization. In contra-distmn*"
African Jewry, where projects are too frequently aw*"
launched without adequate preliminary survey a*" Jpj
Postponed in the face of inadequate fund responseJT,
gains immensely through its system of unified bad**"
'und raising, with their concomitant preliminary
approval of projects." ^ yd
An aspect of Jewish community life that struck *.,
*** the shortage of staff personnel. "All over, be* JJ
same problem as we have in South African Jewry "* J
"ted and suitably qualified Jewish personnel I*
munKy activities. How to overcome this difficulty u "
problems, of contemporary Jewry."


rrHBUAgY 27, 1953
SJMflMMttfcg
PAGE 7B
Obltaaries
U JEAN OIEMAW
Pfc,- Mrs 'oan niemar. who
",',. cmah on February
held on 1- 'ridgy. "^'7
U.,rdn rWraJ
; nterment foHowjM in
fc metery. Kabbl. Morrln A.
hi i wo brothers.
OSIAS LACHS
levy 41)1 Street, passed wiy
February 17th. ^v.ved by
[,., ., one daughter Mrs.
Lnwlti. nd two grandchlld-
PS51'jerry Berkowiti. Fun-
La were hold February 18th
liaml Riverside. Interment
' s.nai Cemetery.
IVING GREENBERO
Alton ltd.. Miami Beach.
.-.., He hid come from
_ r>nv year WO. Surviving
Bf. Mrs. Mary Creenberg; a
" .\i,. Lillian Mark. Miami
nil -.on, Raymond, Los
teach Memorial Chapel sent
o New Y..rk City for serv-
lbur..il.
MRS. KATe SOLOMON
j, of Uuw Coiilna Av., Miami Beach
.ur-.ir.-ii. lstn. Mrs. Mjio.in.n and her
husband. Benjamin. Who survives, had
bean annual vixitura to t.iis area for
many yeara. Alao Surviving is a
daughter, mti. a. A. e..-nci. of .New
...*. maul Memo, .aI i.j,n Home
aent the body to -New Yora for aerv-
k-ea and burial.
WILLIAM BURSTEIN
. who with hi* ni-.i'i-, Mark, i ar-
layed an Uiea into the nut(.>nv\ >de
multi-mlilion u....... \v.......,, ,., .
Syatem, Ine.. died Feb. lsto, in Mi
aiiuti ttoopual, .Mi...... l.euj.i.
Survivors include his wl.e, Selma.
a daughter, a win and two giafara,
all oi ->cw <~k. I'ba uo.., ..an _.4.
to New York fur scr.lces a..,a b .rial,
lajcal ar, nn.-i... nt.. *t.c ... c.i-.-e
of Kiveralde Memoiiai inapel l,i mi- '
aim Beach.
Forer Unvwling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late John H.;
Forer. formerly of 1924 SW 21st
Terrace, will Uke place Sunday, I
March 1st at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebof
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro '
officiating. Mr. Forer is survive* I
by his son, Edward; a daughter,
Winifred S. Marcus; two brothers
and five sisters. Arrangements are |
in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company; friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
I Baron Unveiling
LEO MOSKOWITZ
70, a winter resident from New York
City, dletl Feb. mh, at Miami Bench.
'1 ue tuVMTSluS Mluinl Beach t.napel
aent the oody to .New \o. k lor serv-
.cca ana burial.
LRS. JENNIE ROOT
I* Shore Dr., Miami Beach.
' i.t'i She had come from
CMi NJ.i seven yeara ago.
i,, \li- Leo Kowman, Mi-
ll, irvlvea her. Beach Me-
L,, i -.hi the body to Fhlla-
< and burial.
L MARIE SCHIFFMAN
, .is killed Feb. l.'.th In
... accident while travel-
j-h Viruima with her husband
p.. Mil ml. She was 49. Mra.
had been a frequent visitor
,.,-. Miami area since ISIj.
, | husband: a son Ber-
.,[ :. uf I.os Angeles; h.-r
|.\ii- Ida Schulman. of Los
Tthrei brothers, Harry Cohn,
.-.I Sam and1 Al Schul-
| t Angelas: and three
, I'm- Scbeiffer. of Miami
I. -. L.-viii.-. of Chicago,
S.idelle Hchulman, of l>s
Thi ImhI> was -..-ill in Mi-
under direction of
Mi.i>iii H-eaoh Chaiiel.
ESTHER JACOBS
i SW Till HI iiasaed away
. I, I'. I.i ii. ry 17th. Sur-
' daughters, Miss Y .or-
i Ma belle s hwarts and
...-. i licmains were
rk Citj for services
. i I ii,- Miami RlVer-
QEORQE V. HART
r.' H*i ,.n ve.. h winter vis-
itor from New York, died Feb. 17th.
Riverside Chapel, Miami Beach, sent
iiv uuu; to Niej luia city iui scrv-
PHILLIP FOQELMAN
>*. of i...... ...._ Satur-
aay. He came here eight years ago
irom New fork, durviv.n* are i,ia
wile, a son. a uaughter, turee hi others
ana a slater. Services and buHil wl"
be In New York. Gordon funeral
' Has l.l VataugrS n w-ai a......,.,- t
ments.
Kadi in.id Group
Meets Thursday
Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Wom-
en, will hold its monthly meeting
on Thursday, March 5th, 8 p.m.,
at the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation.
Rabbi David Shapiro will be
guest speaker. A movie entitled,
Hope From The Huleh, will be
shown. Final plans for the Donor
Dinner, March 8th, will also be
made.
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Morris
Baron, formerly of 7760 Tatum
Waterway, Miami Beach, will take
place Tuesday, March 3rd at 1 p.m.
at the Workman's Circle Plot, Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Alfred Waxman offi-
ciating. Mr. Baron is survived by
his wife, Minnie; a son and three
daughters, all of Miami. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami M o n u raent Company;
friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Kooley Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Irving G.
Kobley, formerly of 2135 N. Bay
Road, Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, March 1st, at 2 p.m. at
Graceland Memorial Park Ceme-
tery with Rabbi Joseph Narot offi-
ciating. Mr. Kobley is survived by
his wife, Miriam; three sons, Rich-
ard, Dr. Donald and Stephen; also
one brother, one sister and one
grandchild. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company; friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Chesed Shel Emess Party
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess
will hold a membership tea party
on Monday, March 2nd, 1:30 p.m.,
at Dora August Memorial Hall, ac-
cording to Mrs. Israel Goldberg,
president. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Mrs.
Jennie Gold and Mrs. Bertha Ab-
ramowitz will render several mus-
ical selections.
Ccmcor Goal Is Set
At $50,000 In Dade
A goal of $50,000 has been set
by the Dade County Unit of the
American Cancer Society in its
1953 campaign, according to Dr.
Cayetano Panettiere, Board chair-
man.
Joe H. Adams, Miami hotelman,
will head the drive for funds in a
concerted cancer crusade which is
scheduled to begin on April 1st.
0LOVON PUTMAN
Ina Ave., Miami Mea.-h
i. lurday. The remains
lit I.. West Oranga, N'.J for
.....I I> Dial. Gordon'! Miami
.i in large*, Surviv-
li i.. 11. of Maptewood,
.- daughter*, Mrs. Anita
m- Mai i.hi Specter,, both

RS.
lii \
[Y ik
YETTA FRANK
>-.ni !: Miami Reach,
Monday. The remains
\. w Fork City for s.-rv-
iinal. Cordon's Miami
.' Home was in charge.
her husband, I>avid: a
ii)i (..ink. of Sycamore.
.i Ightera, Mrs. Sarah
Uoldle Sorrell. both
MURRAY BROWN
Cii \\ l-'l.ialer St., uho came
ago from New York.
ii. was an accountant
lenibei ol ttie National Society
\ nil. and the Florida
nti Association. He was also
*r of the |i-,wntown Syna-
include his wife,
Jerry, of Miami, and
"Hi.--- Bervlcssj were held
Riverside Memorial
|*i'!i I. rial in Ml .sinal C'eme-
i OLLIE FLEI8HER
i Ave.. Miami Beach,
Surviving are two
M Mar) Diamond and
' P tash, and a sun, Daniel.
> i a Beach resident .14
Memorial Chapel was
ol local ii ranuements and
lal took place in I'hlla-
JACOB GREEN
KW imh St a retired Jub-
'' merchandise, died Feb.
*a a winter visitor from
I, N .1. Hurvivlna l-esidea his
-i son. of I .akewood.
'>' Mrs Betty MarBiilles.
.- vices were h.ld in i'hil-
Hi- bod) was sent by
I- neial Horn,.
[SAMUEL R. BROWO
manufacturer of Miami
11 Ken nth. Mr. Brown.
f'i Harding Ave.. came here
a i fr.oii N.u York City.
-I. hla ife. Lillian; three
K iilnlph Hi..w.l. Mrs. Blos-
''" I Mrs Both Sheridan;
Ma. k. Irwln and Balph
i r tndehttdoan, s---
"' l Frlda) in Riverside
1 nuiiel, with burial in Mt.
i i.
MRS. MOLLY BLUMENTHAL
76. of Collins Ave., uied Sat.ir.lay.
A ..U..III1 i.-a.-n restaurant inauaKer
many years, s.ie came heie IS years
HKO from New York. She was a life
member ol the Jewish Hume for the
Aged, the Miami Beach Ifnai Brith
loihre and the karband Labor Zionist
order. Services were held Sunday In
iiiv.-islue Aleiiiorial Cuapal, An..1111
i;.-acn. viitli burial in Mt. .Nebo Cem-
etery.
MORRIS I. GLUSKER
76, of Miami Springs, passed away
Saturday, Fib 21st, in a local hos-
pital. Survived by hi., son. Kuaene,
and three daughters. Dorla LaacbOW,
Ann tilusker and Frances I rankel.
Remains were sent to New York City
for sei vices and Interment by The
Miami Kiveralde.
SELMA M. I.EVIU.5
:,s, of 3ll su'27th Lane, paaaed away
at her residence Feb. 17th. Survived
by her husband, Mauri, e. and two
daiiRhters. Mrs. Victoria Feurman and
Mrs. Joan Star. Keiuains were sent
in N.-w York City tor scrvi-es and
Interment by The Miami Kiveralde.
MAX O. CARVIN
1401 Collins Ave.. Winter vDIt .r for
the past 16 years. Father of.Barnett,
of Miami Keacli and ll.-v.-re. Ma.-s..
William I... oi l:i ....Kin... Mass.; Dr.
George E., of Btoushton, Miss.; and
iiei.-n Levenaon, ... Miami; brother of
Helen linden, of Chelsc.t. Mass. He
was well known for past 14) yeara as
a hotel and restaurant owner. Re-
mains were sent to Boston. Mass for
services an I interment by the River-
side Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach.
MRS. MOLLIE EFSEROFF
78. ol lajI Coiiins AV*., Salami Beach,
mother of Morris Kfseroff. Irving Kf-
seroff. K-kiii i K. Tepper. Kthel Le-
vlne. Betty Kabinowltx and i'hoebe
Kaplan; and sister of Eva Gllenson.
Mrs. Efaeroff was a life member of
the Jewish Home for the Aged and a
member of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, tervi.es were held at Itlver-
slde Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach,
Sunday. Riibbl Irving l.chrman offic-
iated. Interment was In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
AIMEE ESSMAN
Wlnlcr visitor, passed away Saturday.
Remains were sent to New York for
sci vices ann interment by Beach Me-
morial Chapel.

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t-ENRY SPEN
>-*'> Ave., Miami Beach,
' leli ITili The remains
' N- a \ nk for. s.-rvl.-.-s
ich Memorial Chapel
'' He was a letil'ed nun-
: had lounded Henrv
' !"">. In makers of
' a member of Hlbla-
' Masons, and Miami
'" Surviving are his wife,
Mrs, llm., Skrlll;
Is nnd Sevmour; a
and seven grandchild-
[MRS IDA GOLDBERG
I "" III 11,-ir..,,.,,. Ix>n,
1 ,. .''" I dh The mother of
''..'- .. l"" th Terrace.
an. sister of Mra.
M ami Mrs. (!|d-
';' In Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY,
Pioneer Women Will Hold Annual Donor
Affair; Dvorah Metlitzky Guest Speaker
Leonardo Exhibit
At Lowe Gallery "T\a*** ,he_^
March 2nd. at 8:30 p.m.. at the
Gallery, discussing: Ways Of Se*-
m | mm Louchheim will use slides
The Pioneer Women's CounoJJ ol
ter Miami will meet at the
CUS Lod^e Auditorium on Sun-
' evening, March 8th. 6 p.m.. ac-
ing to an announcement this
by Mrs. Bee Jaffer. presi-
ie annual donor affair will be
ai'^ressed by Mrs. Dvorah Metlitz-
.. former head of the Arab Wom-
en's Division, of the Histadrut.
al entertainment will be pro-
by Miss Ruth Brotman. Mrs.
> Seitlin is overall chairman
A noted student of Arab A:
Metlitzkj headed the Arab
v. nen's Department since its in-
on in March i949. She had
ed in the Arab Department of
lh Histadrut for a number of years
re she i rganized that depart-
with the help of Moetzet Ha-
ot.
r some time -he taught at the
rew University but subsequent-
oved to Egypt where she lived
man] years she also
I time in other Arab coun-
becoming intimately ac-
nted with the character, cus-
1 and problems of the people
bese nations.
Metlitzky's achievements
made her outstanding
ingei : Isra< La
Mi ven I Sh will reman:
L'nil States for several
ir the country
efl rt to .- '" the
raisim acti thin the
neei Women
: r Womei lei rganiza-
oi th< Working Women's
uncil in : estal I shed and
tain h In n home-. da>
ies. rehabilitation centers
for ii
schools, agncul-
Afrs. Dvoroh Aletlifiky
tural training center- tor t
ers and other social services
through iul the Jewish State
I'fir/ffi Pivniv Set
For Judnvans
A I'urim Picnic uill be held on
Sunday, March 1st. at Matheson
Hammi ch Juniors in Young
tea.
The Young Judaeans will leave
in a chartered bus from Miami
Miai : Reach on Sunda) after-
noon, at 12 15 [mi. for an after-
noon ol -port-, hike- and ., Purlin
surprise
In charce of arrangements will
i" Mrs Henry K Solloway, Young
chairman. Mrs Bertram
Miller Harriet Solloway. M5rcia
Eleanor*, and Marvin Good
man. Mi Sachs and all Young
Judaea Leaders,
trdo exhibit at the Uni-
versity ol Miamii Lowe ,0D7
-contiues to dra hui
tators dailj Some 5.000 persons
have alread) seen the working
models of the genius inventions
during the nr-t week ol the sched-
uled thre. <> *"'
close after the Sundaj March 8th.
-how ing
.,n! al the same time will be
the exhibit ol paintings b) the mas-
... lective art. Vassily
Kandinskj GaUerj hours are
to5p.ro.,
Friday evenings, 7 to 9:30 and Sun-
day, a to9p.m The galten ""
ed all day Moi
Those interested in Pre ( olom
bian art ma) -till catch the rare
collection ol Karl Stendahl which
will (* on view indefinite!)
Aline Louchheim, art critic of
the New York Time- ha-
hoen secured a- a lecturer for the
Lowe Gallerj series at the Univer-
~jt\ ol Miami
She will -iK'ak on Monday muht.
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PAGE 9 B
MADE
EASY
"H^
Cilman BernOrd A. Frank accepts co-chairmanship of the
|va Torah Vodaath and Mesivta Testimonial Dinner from
Levinson, chairman, in the presence of Rabbi Pincus
nan, Prsfessor of Bible and Field Director of the Yeshiva.
Binner this year will be tendered in honor of Mr. and
^imuel Reinhard, active workers and founders of one of
igesl educational and rabbinic institutions of learning at
fate! Edward on March 15th.
>klyn Dodgers To Invade Miami
lium For 11-Game Schedule
I June, 1951. two contingents of Israeli military men strode
) in review before the box of New York Judge Samuel Liebowitz
its Field, the home of the Brooklyn Dodger Baseball Team. The
Itingenta, members of the Misgachi and Haganah, were sub-
k for the presence of Israel Prime Minister. David Ben-Gurion
Id not attend.----------------------------------__________
prin'.. Minister had to take
home on the very after
Dodyers returned from a
limdwi tern ball parks, and
|tary platoons, marching in
British fashion, brought
the eyes of the 30-odd
baseball fans jamming
field.
Rudd, of the Dodger Pro-
I Department, smiled gra-
ns he recalled the memor
lernoon dedicated to the
iBonds of Israel. Rudd has
lies to tell about his favor-
Is who are pennant cham-
! the National League. Not
ft amonj* them are anec-
out Jake Pitler, the famous
I coach, who will not ap-
[a baseball uniform during
i Holy Days and who rush-
|to the nearest Orthodox
Ue to mark the occasions
Hashona and Yom Kip-
fBarber. our radio and tele-
nnouncer," Rudd recalled,
le nation one year thaf
uld not be with the team
[of the High Jewish Holi-
[the lovable Dodger Bums
to invade Miami in a
11 exhibition games. They
f* into the Miami Stadium
Way. March 7th, to oppose
prn Braves in the opening
the 1953 Spring training
ly training at their Vero
Published below is another in a series oj lessons in modem conversational Hebrew which will
be published weekly by The Jewish Floridian. The complete series constitutes a course aimed at
providing the fundamentals of the language as it is now spoken in Israel and is based on a text-
book, Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spector, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi-
ami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over
radio station WMBM on Sundays at 12 noon. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is con-
ducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridia.i
will provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course.
And where is the salt and Ve-'ei-foh ha-m*-lah ve-ha- faftMil iftW nb'KT
PPper? pil.pcl? f "'* "l
P,enty Yesh va-yesh .} |
Please bring me a cigarette Be-vak.-ka-shah le-ha-vi' li
si-ga-ri-yah
We have cigarettes for the Yesh la-nu gam si-ga-ri-yot
'a Give me the bill
Ten li 'et ha-hesh-bon
Beach base, the Flatbush Bums are
slowly rounding into shape for the
11 game schedule at Miami Stad-
ium. Several rookies have already
caught the eye of Manager Chuck
Dressen, and with the recent ac-
quisition of former Phillies ace
pitcher Russ Meyer, the Brooklyn
pilot feels his team has a great
chance to cop the flag again this
year.
In addition to the Braves game,
the Brooklyn Dodger schedule here
includes: March 8th, Braves; Mon-
day, March 9th, Phillies; Tuesday,
March 10th, Phillies; Friday, March
13th, Yankees; Saturday, March
14th, Yankees; Sunday, March
15th, Yankees; Thursday, March
19th, Senators; Saturday, March
21st, Red Sox; Sunday, March 22nd.
Red Sox; and Monday, March 23rd,
Athletics.
!Ya*atir l*r'Mkiit.
Biographies Off
Jewish Musicians
Morris Nasatir will present a
short biography of Alexander 01-
shanetzki during his Yiddish Clas-
sical Hour on Sunday evening, 7
p.m., over station WINZ.
Music by the composer will be
included in the biographical pre-
sentation. This is the second in a
series of Jewish Theater Biogra-
phies, according to Nasatir, direc-
tor of the Yiddish Classical Hour.
Thanks, waiter, the food is To-dah rab-bah, mel-?ar
very tasty ha-Vchel ta'-im me'-od
Thanks much, Sir and Miss, Todah 'ado-ni u-ge-vir-ti
for the tip be'-ad ha-'a-na-kah
Come again
Bo-'u 'od pa-'am
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nya ,'tfffl tttu ,srrtn
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We'll be seeing you tomor- Le-hit-ra'ot ma-har
row
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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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FRIDAY.
'EBRUi
Beach Branch Groups Schedule Affairs
To Mark Purim; Slafe Dances, Contests
The Teen Age C!ub of the Beach Sunday. March 1st. at 1 p.m.
Branch. Greater Miami Jewish A complete cold butt I dinner
Community Center, are prepanns will be served b) the HorteaO)m
for the annual teen age Pur.m Car- mi,tee under the chairmanship 01
nival scheduled for tomorrow ev- Mrs Don Kaminskj
ening, February 28th. 7:30 p.m. A 1>unm skit, written and di
Proceeds will be turned over to rected by Frank Tepper and tea-
the summer camp program for tUring Mr> Battle \ HerU ana
needy children in the Beach area. Harry LeviM "ill also be present
Participating clubs will retain the ed.
profits from their own booths and Mr< (;,.r-hon Miller, dramatic
will be urged to make their own coach for (ne Beach Branch, ha-
contributions to charity. announced that the Center's Or;.
Special features for the evening matic Group will produce two play-
will include a puppy award, a freak this spring The first pla> i- SUD-
show, a Purim Queen contest and way Rhapsody, written by Proles
over twenty amusement and re
freshment booths.
Beach clubs participating in this
sor Sam Hirsch of the l;niv.-r-it>
of Miami
The second play. Don Juan In
Heacn ciuos paim<""* ----; iiic .'"" r.
event are Keystone, Rebels. Satans. j Hell, is by George Bernard Shaw
Lancers, Chancellors. Knights, Mu j castjng f0r the two plays uill
Sigs. Viking and KAT boys' clubs ^^ on Tuesday evening. March
and Amicus, Sigma Lamba Sigma. 3rd 830 pm at the Beach
Alpha Beta Kappa and Gamma Tau | Branch
Tae Young Adults of the Center
are sponsoring a Queen Ksther
Contest scheduled for March 8th
Delta, girls' clubs.
The Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Beach Branch will celebrate
Purim with a banquet-dance on
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Complete Line cf Golf Mdte. m
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Golf Lessons by 8 Tinder.
Bob Tmder and" Chuck Wilson
Open 10 A.M. To 11 P.M.
The contest is open to all >oung
women, according to Mrs Jack
Begler. supervisor Pictures must
be mailed to the Young Adult
Committee, with the age, name and
! address of the contestant, before
. March 5th
Committee members for the
I dance are Sheldon Stedman. Ros
anna Cohen. Gene Shane. Paul
Mendelsohn. Rosalie Berg, Al Roth
I enberg. Al Samet. Jules Vogel.
1 Marilyn Sherman and Norma
I Green
Pythians Hear Talk
On New Boys' Town
Maccabee Lodge No 182. Knights
of Pythjas. met on Tuesday even
ing at Castle Hall. 6500 North Mi
ami Avenue
Ben Goldberg spoke on: The
Town Of Little Menthe Knights
of Pythias' home for orphan, de
pendent and delinquent boys
which will be located here in South
Florida
MAHISCHtwin
This Symbol is **-"
, STRICTEST KASHRUTH
0,,d FINEST QUAUTT!
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sweet Prune Juice and Mott's Apple luice are produced. On the basis of his fint^
Ralbag has issued his certification that Sunsweet Prune Juice and Mott's Appl, j^
sUictly Kosher for Passover u-e even by the most Orthodox. Both of the above-oojsij
are produced by the most modern methods, with the greatest care as to quality jgj,
All the laws of Kashruth are observed strictly in the production of these juicei. T*
and f;ne flavor cf Sunsweet Prune Juice and Mott's Apple Juice are known in )**
where they are enjoyed often. The two photos abore show Rabbi Ralbag. of Com,
Ohav Sholom. New York, accompanied by Arthur J. Flume, manager of the DufMfcj.
in Voorheesville. New York, inspecting the production of Sunsweet Prune Juke gej-
Apple Juice before issuing his Kosher-for-Paseorer certification. Rabbi Ralbag
of the Agudath Ha'Rabanim.
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MP/t
Vr^RTJARYiff. 1953
LEGAL NOTICE
tEF~UNDER FICTITIOUS
P NAME LAW
L- is- IIKUKHY OIVBN that
aYalsned, desiring to engage In
IuihI.i (he ri.tiil-.ii-- name of
I, I SINKSS UCIDE, al 1 US
T, Miami. Intend to register
I,,', with Hi" Clerk ol the Clr-
Ei of I'fldi 'aunty, Florida.
IIKle.MA.N LEVINE
j 8-1;
IICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
7 NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
:r,ignwl, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name .if
\) \ ERTISINO. at 3504 N.
U\e, Miami, intends to regis-
name with the Clerk of the
ourl of Hade County, Klor-
SOLOMON NIEDELMAN
[n _________^________________
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i: IS HEIiEHY -SIVQN that
. piled, desiring to .-ugagu In
under the fictitious numr >>f
n| MIAMI, at 3723 M.W. 49lh
[ \. im|, Florida, intend* to reg-
1..1111. ith the Clerk <>f the
>uri "f I'ade Couaty. Florida.
\\i. .1 PISTItlBCTINO CO.
I., ills CKMAX. President
.MAN MAKI'HK, Secret* I'X,
I .1 l-lt
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ITK i.- hf:kf:hy oiven that
lersis-ncd, desiring to engage In
miller the fictitious name of
KAIIt, -it the following ad-
hennim Boulevard,
ami. Florida
I ie l.e.m lloulevard,
bral Gables, F'lorlda
N W Und Street,
llrwm. Florida
H 2nd Street,
land. Florida ^
N i: Ith Court,
Ban i Florida
S W. 7th Avenue,
If .'.unity, Florida
\ ii Road,
|l,.:i I l:< a. h. I lorida
s u Mh Street.
. Florida
N I.' 25th Street.
si m M i.mi. Florida
N'.U hith Street.
|) >rlda
Rubles, Florida
N W. h M clrlo.
' nt>. Florida
\ i elllle. *
'. i. Miami, Florida
A venae,
!; i h. Florida
.- K 'i Avenue,
I loi Ida.
I In j.-t. r said name with the
If I ull Court of Iviil.
i i du
FOOD FAIR STORES UK
F iRII 'A. INC a
i Ida col poratlon.
[>' IRONOVITZ
lll'IN
||| i Idlng
IFIor.da
Food FVir Stores of
1 a Florida corporation.
IICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
<;k i> hereby oiven that
ffrsarncd, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
!k\. at the following ad-
B.W SSad Street,
Imi. Florida
i N W 7th Avenue.
e N' E 7!.th Street,
Rlami. Flurlda.
to register said name with
rk "f the Circuit Court of I)de
Florida.
FFLOitlDA FOOD FAIR, INC.,
Florida corporation.
Bvrrz. auonovitz
lll'IN
plsild liuilding
|y : Florida Food Fair. Inc.,
: iioration.
2,9
tkes.
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IN CHANCERY. No. 1M747
CUE I.'ITKES, Tlalntlff.
UTKES, Iitfendant,
OER FOR PUBLICATION
M lilTh.ES. c.'o Roae Rlt
" I : -t Street.
York, New York
.ARK NKRRny NOTIFIED
' ','' Complaint for Dlvbrce
filed against yojj and you
Hired in serve a copy of your
or pleading to the Bill of
"t on plaintiff's attorn.-v,
A, FRANK. 403. Otymiiia
. Mia no. F'lorlda, and file the
-Answer or Pleading In the
Of the Clerk of the circuit
i or before the lth day of
If you fall to do so,
n >> default will be taken
you
i> at Miami, Florid*. February
' II. LKATriERMAN,
' lerk f tne circuit Court
oi, ( nunty. Florida
U.v WM. W. XTOCKINO
Hit ,. "'I'uty Clerk
ft Srakk ska,-)
It '"i'tKHY OIVEM that
i. cl desiring. t engage in
li ".''.'"'"Ions mime ,.f
'< 108 N KrotiM A.
''a Intends to i.-K-
with ti... CUrk ..f
Kan < "urt f iHl g^nd^HV-'TNER" ** Wner
! A A '.Shop
U
-Jr.,!^iU,;:VY 0VW that
k'n'i.i i 'i'-'J-',""" nn"" ,,f
F1'- at .(. i-l:,NKAUKilCAL
Etlton s LIfK^Ll,,-KR
-^^fe^^
LEGAL NOTICE
- PAGE
HE
!rNf.-TH^f,Ri;U,T COURT IN AND
-FOR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF DADE COUNTY, F L OR
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 156957
QWENDLTM lu.l.l.i:, Plaintiff
\ i
THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK
or'JL- al- ***"......<
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: THE F-IHsr NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI. 8CCCE380R Itv
I'OXCIII.IIiATIil.N T.l Till
I'll:ST Tlti ST COMPANY POR.
;.iki:i y km.wn as tiif: i
TIII'ST SAVINGS HANK, and
all unknown successors, as
grantees. I.eii.li. laries, creditors
oi other paiiies claiming by,
through, under or against said
defendant, and who are ,,!
""own to he dead or alive; and
all other persons or parties other-
wise Having or claiming ntfv right
Rle. !..... or Interest in or to
the following described property,
Situate, bring and being lii IJniU-
County, Florida, to wit; |..,ts u
and 12 In Bloc* 1, of DIXIF;
HBUlHTR (lARDEW, rttcordmg
to the Plat thereof, recorded Jn
Plat Hook 21, ai Page it, of the
Publk Ite. ..ids ..f Dude County,
Florida.
YlH AKK HEKKIIY NUT1FIFU>
that a suit to desrrlhad property has been filed
jealnst you In the above ntitled
Pause, hnd you are hereby re.iueAed
to serve a|copy of your answer to the
bill uf tomplaliit herein on the plaint-
iff a attorneys, RICHARD KRIili;i:u
I1NK and STEPHEN A. SI'KAR. 4J2
Congress Building. Miami, Florida,
and to file the original in the office
of the Clerk of the above Court on
or before the 2*th 3.
Or ft default will be entered against
you.
IlATEp this ISth .lay of February.
E. B. LBATHERSfAN
Clerk f thciiiitKiri C4"rt
l'ade Countv. Florida
By; \VM. W..STOCKINC.
RICHARD RltfCMKK KTNK and '
STEPHEN Jk.. stPICAR
Attorneys for Plaintiff
III Congress Building. Miami, Florida
2 2H-27 3/6-1J
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 2953S-A
In Ite: CST.M'f: IP'
REBECCA I'' HUM.VI. I.., eased
To All Credltosg and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estatey
You. led at-h of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claim- and demands which von, or
itlieT of you, may hme against the
state f FtFiBECOA pURDoVI, de-
eeaaed late of Brooklyn. New York,
bul ..uiiiug aaaeta in th- state ..r
Florid i, t.. (be Honorable County
Judges of I'ade County, nnd file the
same In their office*" In the Countv
Courthouse in Dnde County, Florida.
within elghl calendar months from
the date ..f the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to odd-
tain the legal address of the elalmunt
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will lie barred.
Date F'.bruary 14. A.D. 1H53.
MRS. HAY ROSBNTHAL,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
REBECCA CORIKiVI,
Deceased.
TCRK & Ng\VJ4AN
Attorneys for Administratrix
410 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla.
2/10-27 3/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N.'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
national kosher sacsaoe
COMPANY apd FU1RIDA NATION-
AL KOSHER RAB8AOE COMPANY,
at 230 N.W Jth Street. Miami, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dadc County.
Florida.
israf;i. national kosher
8acsage company
weinklf: & KESSLER
Attorneys for Applicant
XII S.ybold ItlrTg.
2/2.1-27 3 '6-13
IN COUNTY JUDGED COURT
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 27458-B
RE: estatf; OF
ESREL FI.ITMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge ^^ Executrix of the
e-state ot FJSREI. F'LITMAN, deceas-
ed: and that on the 2..iii day of March,
1853. will apply to the Honorable
FIL\NK II. DOWIJNG, County Judge
of Das> County, Florida, for approval
of sain final report and for final dis-
charge as l-:xocutrix of the Estate of
EFREL FI.ITMAN. deceased
This 17th day of F'ebruary. 1953.
F:TTA FI.ITMAN,
As Executrix of the Estate of
F^JRBL FX1TMA.N. deceased
I R MAYERS
Atii.Miej for K\.iu:i.\
2/20-27 S/6--1S
lrtBpSllMl!E
111 R>: ESTATE OF'
NfTlIJE S. POILSON, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you.are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou, ma) have against th.
estate of NELLIE 8. col isoN. de-
cease I late of Miami, Dad.- County,
F.oi Ida, to the lion I'oiiiin Judges of
I i.i.ie County, and file the same In
their office In the bounty Courthouse
In l>a.lc County, Floilda. within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to b* sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be tmrreil. See Section 120 of the
133 Probate Act. ..
Date February 11th. AD. 19o3.
/a/ ALICE,!!. TIIAKB
As Administratrix of the
Estate ot ".
NELLIE S. POI'LSON.
Deceased.
MYERS. HBTMAN *-KAPLAN
Attorneys for Adaslnsetnurlx
i gaybold HaUkekeg. kMaarrt. Fkr.
I/U-M-17 /
LEGAL NOTICE
i?TTHF. !2SWT COURT OF THE
FOR nkll?,C,AJ:Ct,,CU'T "* AND
eOR DADE COUNTY n noini
lAJflB^PfX No0,.sS?8
vh ALSTON. Plaintiff
PRBfM AUETON, JR Defendant
LEGAL NOTICE
against jjj you aV raoSred to
serve a. i'opt ,.f your answer thereto
''",,,'.;;' tl------V. RICHARD
KRIEGEI: FINK |12 Oongraas lluild-
ng, Miami, Florida., and file the orlg-
,,)al in the .'i;i. of ihe n.-rk of the
'"', '" before the 23rd day
"r March, 1953: otherwise a decre.
:'"" feaao *fl] be 1 m.mi agalasi
^I'l'd this IMfl da) of February.
1: B. LBATHERMAN,
' erk of the .'ii.ult Court
Bj U.M. W 8TOCKINQ
2/27 3,6-il.2J0V,,,"> '''"k
NpTlCE UNdTr FICTITIOUS
Name law
.gOTICV 18 HEREBY (JIVEN that
.11. mid, L-ned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious lamp of
STrs-.KADE SHOW BAR, at 5731 $
W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., intends
tb register sitlrt ii.iiun with -theT'lerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAURICE >!. JuNF^J
STEPHEN I-'. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
4 B.W, 22nd Avenue
2/13-20-27 3 ij _________ 1
IN THE CIRCUIT OOUItl U- IHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTy, FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY No, '1574
ALBINA S\KI:ZKNY, Plaintiff.
vs.
ANTHONY SYEKZENV, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOP, ANTHONY sVkR'/HN Y, 42S
Adams Stieet, Mob..ken, New Jersey,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has beejl filed
against you, an* you are reu,ulred to
serve a copy ..f your Answer or Plead-
ing to Hie Bill of Complaint on the
ulaintiff't aitorney. theodure j.
SAKOWHTZ. 922 Seylbld Building. Mi-
anil. Florida, and file the original
Answer or 'leading; In the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on ni-
ls .'or. Ua- lJ,h day of Marub. 1953. If
yon fan to do so, Juagmenl ty default
will be tnk.n against you for the relief
demand, d In the Bill of Complaint.
BONE ->M> HFUJEREB at Miami.
Florida, this lnth day of Frhrnai-j-.
I!'.-.;!.
1:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By \\M \Y STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
i : I'M 2:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 156684
.1AMKS SMITH ao.l
LILLIAN SMITH, his wlf. .
Plaintiffs,
vs.
MARTHA ROBERTS and
ROBERTS, her husband,
et al. Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN TIIK NAME OF THE STATE
OF PLORIDA
TO: MARTHA ROBERTS, if living,
but l.elive.l to be dead, and
ROBERTS, her. husband. If liv-
ing, whose residences are un-
known RICHARDSON. If
living;, husband of FI AX'S IE
RICHARDSON.' also known as
FLOSSIF: ROBERTS; residence
of RICHARDSON Is un-
known: SEARS KOBF7KTS and
RoUF:RTS. his wife. If liv-
ing, whose residence is unKnown?
HMLAIl ROBERTS. If living.
and ROBERTS, her hus-
band, if living, whose residences
are unknown; OLLIE DAVIS, if
living, but believed to be dead,
whose residence is unknown;
MAMIE ROBERTS, If living, and
------ RoUF;RTS. her husband.
If living, whose residences are
unknown. WILLAKD R0BF:RTS,
if living, and ROBERTS,
his wife, if living, whose resi-
dences are unknown; BZEKIAL
ROBERTS. If living, and
ROBERTS, his wife, if living,
whose residences arc unknown;
LEON ROBERTS, if living, and
ROBERT8, his wife. If liv-
ing, whose residences are un-
known. ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS,
devisees, grantees, creditors, or
other parties cl a i m i n g .by.
through, under or against MAR-
THA RoBF:RTS, not known to
be dead or alive, but believed to
be dead: AND ALSO, as to each
of the above named defendant
individuals. If they be deceased.
then all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other pa"r-
ties claimHij by, thsuugh. under
or against such defendants; AND
Al.so, all otn. r and unknown
persons having or ulajjaiiog to
have any right, title or Interest
In the property which Is the sub-
ject matter of this sutt, said
property lying and being In Ii.lde
County. Florida, add .more par-
ti, ularlv described as follows:
Lot 16. of Block 34, of FROW
HoMF:stf:aD, according to the
Plat thereof, recorded In. plat
Book I' F"ac 1M or the
Public Records of I hide County.
Florida
TOP AND F7ACII OV YOU are hereby
notified that a suit has been filed in
the above named Court, by the plaint-
iffs above named, for the purpose of
quieting title of the plaintiffs, in and
to the property Involved horaliiabove
del r lied.
TOP aim: HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your Appear-
ance In said nili on or before the 12th
day of Mar.h. MM, and in default of
such Appearance, Decree Pro Con-
f,....... will he entered against > ou and
each of you
This order to be ptlbllaped once a
week for four .41 consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridian. a newspaper
published in Dade Countv. Florida.
DONE ASM' ORDERED at Ihe
Courthouse in Hade Countv Miami.
F'lorlda, this 10th day of F.bruary.
F: B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ByM. C. (1REEN
Deputy Clerk
.Seal)
BEN FJSSEN
Attornev for Plaintiffs
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. JUAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Olid. 1 signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
1.11.1.if: RPBIN, at km; Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Intends to registei said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad. County; Florida
I.II.LIE RPBIN. INC.
BERICK, SHAPIRO FRIED
Alt..ii,. > :. Apillicant
120 Lincoln ltd
2/27 1/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage in
business uider the fictitious name of
WOW TERRACE A.PARTMENT8, at
-11 PannsjJvanla Avenue, Mn
l...nh, Florida, intend to register s.-,i,i
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
f ourt of Mad,- County, 1 1 id 1
SAM MCI. I.MAN
.......v..., ROSE lll:i.I.MAN
SHE1NER s- k'PIBLER
Attorneys foi Applicants
302 Rop.-i P.ulldlog. Miami, Florida
I h13-2(I-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.LSVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 134EM
[HVlNU SATES, Plaintiff
MA1.LY SACKS, Defendant
SUIT .FOR DIVORCE
TO: MALLY SACKS, 21* Delancey
Stieet, New York City. N.Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of 1 oiuplaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a ropy of vour Ans-
wer Or Pleading to the Rill of Com-
plaint on the nlaintifY's Attornev,
^"WDFJRICK N MAItAM. 424! I^p.oin
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
rhc original Answer or Pleading hi the
office of the Crerk of the circuit Court
on or before the 17th day of March.
19j3. If Vou fail to do so. judwmeiit In
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
ea.h week for four conse. utivi weeks
In THF: JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DoNF: AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this lTtii day of F'ebmary.
A.D. l-.Vt.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dad. County. Florida
By i: II RICE, JR.
fClrvuli "-.ii t s. all Deput) Clerk
F'REDERICK N BARAD
Vti ej for Plaintiff
120 Lin. ...i. Road
M .. ii Bea< h," Florida
2 20-27 :: S-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAIWE LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEBI OPVOM ",tt
the undersigned, desiring to engase 111
business under the fictitious name of
F'LORIDA -Ki:*b D K.i I T \V O ,1 I.
S 1 ruins, |02.'i N ty. SSth Streel
ami, intends to registei said
with the ci.rk of the < Iln ull Cou
I '. ile County, F'lorlda.
BF:RNAR|i KLIN. ,.
vVF; IN STEIN. WEINST1CIN
& ui:insii;in
Vttorfleys lor Applicant
120 Lincoln R id
fl 3 8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the niderslgned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious nann ul
';rf:i:n s parkTno lot, at rv\ \
W. 2nd A\e., Miami, Fla., Intends to
said name with the Cl.
the Circuit Court of Mad. Con
i- Ida.
l.Eo 1: COHEN
MICHAEL U ISENBERU
Utornej roi Applicant
1107 Biscayne Building
2. 11-10-* :; i,
----------------------.^-----------------------.-------,--------.-------.
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. -No. 55295
oeneral Finance & small
Loan CORP., a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Ull.1.1AM .1 SIDDERS and
MARY JANE SIMMERS, Defendants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIAM .1 SIDDERS and
MARY JANE SIDDERS
'Residence: Cnknown
You are hereby notified that a suit
for the recovery of monies due and
owing on promissory note has been
filed against you, and you ai e hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer to the Complaint on Plaintiff's
attorney and file the original Answer
In the office of the Clerk of the Civil
Court of Record, on or before the null
day of March. 1S.">3; otherwise the al-
legations of said Complaint will be
tak. 11 as confessed against you.
Dated this l"th dav of F'cbruarv.
1933.
W, CECIL WATSON.
Clerk of Civil Court of Record
By /s/ R. P. De WANO,
I icputy Clerk
(Seal)
QEORQE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney at Law
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
2'13-20-27 3/6
NOTICE .UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engacrc in
business under the fictitious naiie !
ROY'S SlloES. at 1436 N.W. 7th Ai
enue, Miami, Fla intends to reg- ot
said name with the Clerk of the Cii-
cult Court of Dade County, Florid 1
JACK COHEN
MARRY B. SMITH. ESQ.
Attorney for Applicant
3.10 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fis
1/30 2/i-13-2ii___________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
l/le- undersigned, desiring to engag.....
business under the fictitious nan
Prescription pharmacy, at ti7
!:. lit Avenue, Hlaleah, Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade C.
Florida.
ALBERT LEVITE, Sole o
PA 1.Lot. SILVER & MPI.I.OY
Attorneys for Applicant
"<>I4 I11gral1.ini Bldg.
2 >'.-13-2" 27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN l la-
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious nan >i
\.E MOVING CO.. at 2136 N.W Jim
Ave intends to register said 1 line
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cjui'I
of Dade County, Florida.
PALM, BERLIN
*2/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MILDREDS, at SIS Collins Ave., Mi-
ami Bench. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
DINAH WoLDER
2 20-27 3'6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,, NAME LAW
notice is hf:rf:by OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious name of
ALSTEVE APARTMENTS, at S21
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beacb. in-
tend to register said name witK th*.
Clerk of the OaTOOlt Court of Dade
County, FJfrida.
SM1' f;l x a n o w i tz
MOL i,YT A NO W fTZ
kov.nkr & ,mavnhf:imf:r
Attorneys for Samuel A: Molly Yanow
Attorneys of Samuel *
Mollv YaOowlts
2/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fivtjtioiis name of
THREE CAPTAINS r.SITKRIF:s. at
17S1 S.W. Mh Street. Miami, Intend
to register said name with the PTeYk
of the Circuit Court of Mad, County.
Florida.
BERNARD TRACHTRNBERG
ALLEN DENN
2 1-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
I.awieiiie C.illard is no longer con-
nected with the Three Captains i-'ish-
BERNARD TRACHTBNBBRG
and ALLEN DENN, Owners
_ i-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 2401/
RE: ESTATE OF
ANTHoNY SICO, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given II.
have filed my final report and pe-
tition for Final Discharge as A
istratiix de bonis non of Hie -
..f ANTHONY SICO, d. cased
1 1 he 2nd day f March,
I will apply to the Honorable \\ F
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of m ii
final report and for final disc
as Administratrix de Is.ids non 1
Estate of ANTHoNY SICO. de.
This loth day of January. 19"
1.. p'lSK Bl< '
HARRY ZCKERNICI
Attorney for Administratrix de
Bonis Non
42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. F'.i
2/6-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANP FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1563/2
PAUL Ml CANDIA, Plaintiff
vs.
LL'CY DI CANDIA. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LUCY Dl CANDIA. 9 Mom
Street, New York 2, New York.
you arf: hereby notifiko
that a Bill of Complaint for DImv
has been filed against you in ihe
gbovS entitled cause and you are '
by required to serve a copy of ) tut
Answer to the Bill Of Complaint on the
Plaintiff* attorneys, and file th. 1 Ig
Inal In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 9th
da) of March. 1953, otherwise a Decrvo
Pro Confesso will be entered agaanst.
you.
This, notice shall be published once
each week for foui" oonsecutlwB weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
1iATF:D at Miami. Florida, thi-
ilay of January. 19".3.
E b. leatherma:..
Clerk of Circuit Court
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JSeal) Deputy Clerk
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wJenist Floridajn OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E.S.x,h S,ee. Telephones 2 114 1 _TI .^w'WWWW'WWWWWWla One Yir SL BSCB.PT.ON RATE, MOO Two Yjr 5.00 During The Week ... A t By LEO MIHDLIN FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Pu blisher 1EO MINDLIN News Editor Adar 12. 5713 ... n nl Number 9 V 1Ume FRIDAY. FEBROAR Y 27, 19S3 Purim And FrMdoiii Purim is the story of bigotry and hatred and Jewish survival in the face of never-ending challenges. It is the age-old expression of the Jewish will to triumph over Godless men who teek to subjugate humanity by a systematic citack against humanity's spiritual belief. Haman is an ancient tyrant. And on the Festival of Purim, we take the occasion to deiide his war against Judaism and to serve the encouraging warning that all Hamans are designed for defeat. That old Minister of State was not the only subscriber to Jewish genocide. There were ethers before him. and still others have followed. That Judaism has survived them is a %  :?bute to its spiritual and intellectual vitality and c confirmation of the fact thai Hamanism £ always vulnerable to man's abiding faith in re principles of free though: and action. In our own time, two Hamans have risen c challenge these principles. It is not strange al they pinpointed their attacks against World Jewry. One Hcman. the murderer of ; x rr.:liion souls, has already met his just end. T.-.e c:r.e: still growls furiously. The Scroll of Esther must new teach mankind a double les-;:: that ar.ri-Semitism is but the first phase :: a:: ; H-.:rr..~:::5rr. and that spiritual trust must mpie.T.e:-.any r.-rper antidote to the endless challengers of freedom. Bfiffoifl And i'rvdlt Last year s deficit at Mount Sinai Hospital is •he result of the hospital's expanding proaram in medical research and the socially conscious policy of maintainina facilities to deal with patients needing attention here on a free or parttree basis. It seems to us that this deficit becomes Miami's credit that an outstanding medical institution is reachinq maturity in our community and that we benefit by the legacy of Mount Sinai s practice to serve all regardless of color, creed or financial ability. Mount Sinai's deficit is thereiore our responsibility. To shirk this responsibility is to indicate that we want to share in the hospital's progress but that we prefer to have no part of its need. It is as simple as that. We can best support Mount Sinai next Thursday evening during its Third Annual Jubilee, proceeds of which will be used to write off the hospital's deficit. The security that comes from a fine hospital, in our community is irreplaceable. When we support the Jubilee, we underwrite our desire for the continuation of this security and for the expansion of a medical research proqram that is universally beneficial. Tin* \%vxl Sin News from reh:nd the Iron Curtain becomes :.-r r:::e: with each passing day. Once acc:ed --. .::.. .-Is .r. the Communist hierchy are gc::-.a the way of Anna Pauke: Soviet Foreign Min tei Andre Vishii :-. New York City ecriy this week for -e opening c: the latest United Nations ses: on •; was met with shouts of "murderer id Hitler In the face c: all : a rness it seems that ;: still have a sense cf humor; or c se they a:: — the rei.e: :na; human. jit ibysmally igi We look back to the prophetic tone c: these columns as early as as: "-i.e. We coined the international Zionist p-.rase at that time in a cynical effort to CJtguess the Kremlin s future strategy with record o Soviet Jewry But we certainly never dreamed of the latest s.n uncovered by Red officials. Early this v.eek -he Zionists were accused of the dastardly cr.rr.e of Pythagorecr.-.cm. Vaguely, we recall the old Greek philosopher from Sa'mos who 1 ved some twenty-four hundred years ago. It seem; that Pythagoras subscribed to the theory cf metempsychosis the belief that men s eouls motivate the lives of other living creatures after death. Apparently, the Reds now fear the "internaar.c. Zionist" plot in Communist heaven. It seems to us, however that they are merely rejecting their own very changeable natures human soul in the body of a fish is as be.i evarie as the existence of democracy in Moscow. 25 Y-r* For Kopelowitz Those present at the Testimonial aiven to J mmy Kopelowitz last Monday eveninq on the occasion of his 25th year as a communal leader v.e,e sincerely touched by the moving tribute. The fact that other civic workers participated a the magnanimous gesture of presenting an cutorr.obile to him shows en increasing awareness of th^ejiemands elicited by tireless and JEWISH DIPLOMACY: Plans to call a special session of the Act ons Committee somewhere in Europe to voice the protest of the world Zionist movement against the Soviet anti-Jewish policy have been ^andoned Instead, the World 2:oni-t Organization will be strongly represented at the world conference of leaders of major Jewish organizations which will take p'ace in the middle of March in a European capital and at which the Moscow policy will be condemned on behalf of the entire Jewry of tt>e world Originally, the conTHE NEW "HAMAN" .4 devotea effort in behalf of communal causes They weighed the grief, heartache and nacriis accorded his just recognition. We Know that Mr. Kopelowitz considers his saenface worthy. He has given 25 years ot ntsTnern 0 !! 0 £ CaU "' aloM bu! ha ^ared Tvl* T ? W M H T any Wor,h V activities. The tribute Monday evening was a notable one, and those who made it possible should oe commended. "To Jimmy" goTu7 con" a u lotion, on his silver anniversary of constant communal ehor, and our wish .hi many yZ iarss or conunued — <= Between You & Me j ference was to be held in Sw.tzerland. but seems that the Swiss t authorities fear that such a parley on Sw lss soil might antagonize Rus Hence. Jewish Agency leaders who are organizing this conference %  are now busy discussin g the matIter with the governmentTo'f'o'ther countries B y the time these lines are published, it may be known exactly where the conferJew!h' beh *' d Th American *wfch Committee and the Aguda> krael organization have not deed ^--icipa.! !" conference h mited 0 the f|ve } !" wtc7e n r rnrm nui •*£. paarSSS i "' Jews and nonaL w „; j o,n,,jrath i h b >^ THE NATIONAL ISRAEL BOND ORGANlZATi %  y meeting at the Saxony Hotel on Sunday \ heW M tor the affair came from the new anti-Senuti. PParen, bt*J whole linst of urgent problems has become i| a [" Pa 8n 'HRJ State since Soviet Russia embarked upon its m ', • C> ot %M tcrnational Zionist plot", and leaders of the bondV" d ,l lB day occasion to examine once more the p„. M hji!; riv, nJ, [arael'i position in the face of this latest throat s,rt *X Dramatic artist Edward O. Robinson spoke p|no pared script, and there were times when it .,, (1 p enll> 1 <%M increased emergency aid would have been even ar l to(B abandoned the tether of words set down to be readT^ 008 8 ed forth on a more personal note instead h tem him ndM Governor Theodore McKeldin to assume the role 0 n' W r|| man and thus he did rather well ""P^ion^JB On the face of it. the Governor used a technical n~ different from the one often employed here by (.ji '"J feature attractions. He relied upon reminiscences of h" d '""'J the Jewish State and peppered them property with HKZM designed to catch the complete attention of his auri %  McKeldin's range in this regard was vast; it spanned tb^S history from Biblical days to the present. Withall he '^B the most sincere spokesmen yet sent here bv either'maior'^S | There is no doubt that he produced a most excitine ,, "'B 1 distanced by far Hollywood's bid for dramatic honorsin ih^B Mr. Robinson. "^WM That both speakers could do little more than elicit thJ tered promises of fulfilling previous pledges made bv Ji %  long ago is hardly their fault. This is a prevalent dwJTfi | that subscribers to the issue will forever need n..Ki.„ .. %  But if such inevitably are the requirements. Sundav \ a ((,r3l abh successful uli >"m THE ESSENCE OF GOVERNOR McKELDINS ADME8J sandwiched in between two periods of personal anecdote, -7M sconces Here, in a prepared statement, he read four pwl! 1 action to be employed by the United States again* Sovw3 latest anti Semitic move Primarily, the Governor called jpc*d to lofoke the Genocide Convention through the Inited NjJ to demand that the I'SSR cease its campaign in the nameofS which can not permit the systematic destruction of am J religious group. This was certainly a noble suggestion and underscored J McKeldin's general concern for the fate of minorities But N*9 first citizen might just as well have stopped there It can t-Tj than bitterly humorous that he should single out Amencaiajl role of genocide monitor. The United States, among ieidu{3 of the world, has taken an almost individual stand in its MJ become I partner in the Genocide Convention Our venerableCefl must be thanked for this. The Bricker resolution. formulaUi* waning days of the Truman administration, amassed atotaitfl • .res representing the voices of senators and represer.unij d to defeat any move in the direction of favoring the I'M cide Convention. 3 Certainly, this should have embarrassed Governor McKdu the outset For one thing, he was a leading figun in the initial|fl of the Kisenhower campaign and placed the Presidents net nomination More important, however, is the fact that Senator %  lont significant aid to the Republican bandwagon and that Him hower must be pledged to a negative stand on the Onoofcfl vention if only by association. Such, indeed, is the case with kfl retar> of State. John Foster Dulles, who called lor its fonafl as early as 1948. when he was a US delegate to the United SM and who has been strangely silent on the subject of genoodtB since November. I If this were not enough. Governor McKeldui projected as i %  %  proposal that the United States call on the Arab world to mat; %  with Israel and to form a joint Near Eastern front against H Russia. The alternative, he said, was to fall by virtue of disiufil to become a serf of Communism. One can certainly find no msH with this reasoning except that American leadership eurrtntlrJjJ more inclined to favor the Moslem League than the Jewish Suftfl clear that the Kremlin's strategy aims at wooing away from tatlfl the seven-nation Arab bloc. Significant moves have already beajB in upper L'S echelons to meet, this situation. Israel will appareRB the sacrifice I AS PART OF THIS PROPOSAL FOR A united front in tat %  East Governor McKeldin offered the suggestion that Amenoi* tary and economic aid continue to be extended the Jewish S Uttj|| again, one can find little with which to argue But present mtw Washington indicate that such aid can hardly be hoped fcj certed effort on the part of the United States to counteract M drive toward Moslem favor is simply not in accordance wit* ^ econ omic and military commitments to Israel. I Mr Eisenhowers promi* to reduce the budget through %  %  I cutback in foreign spending is only a minor matter in ttaj I I The fact remains that an increased cooling in relations bnm j IS and Israel is in the offing and that the Soviet strategy *J| nently successful thus far. But Governor McKeldin continued all '-tic fashion with the final propose! that America, through ** %  Nations, establish a commission to make immigration possiW m ; behind the Iron Curtain. ] The Maryland Governor should have been embarrass**II j second time US leadership can hardly be expected here wl** j McCarran Immigration Law restricts the influx of Eur** j j Asians to a piddling number. It is significant that Governor %  j I consistently called for action through the IN Two of his augj gestions. however, only emphasized American failure to %  %  tbo needs of a world tottering between conflicting 'd* 010 **^ anting East and West and the paradoxical role the US u P*l weakening the world organization. J It is fantastic folly to expect the Genocide ConveatioB f tne Russians from their anti-Semitic activities in the ">*" "jl MI? .i l S ^"""y • b '" to expect anything to come ol w-jl v. he dins demand for a UN commission on iirunigraUoa *J| mined effort to achieve either of these ends will afford u wjjl sSiH* g Bda WMpon "* ainst WMt nd Amenan uu ,Til e 'T PO,nt P ro r m offered Sunday is a *'"-2S'|3 "e upon which the is Government must embark in *fjM hvL, Otherwise, further discussion of these matten H n>Pocracy or blindness. % 



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BRUARV 27, 1953 4ft* h. Maurice lopalin [r, Lopatin n Paytona rbara Trager was wed to bpatin on February 8lh. Beach. Florida. Rabbi alica performed the doutremmn in Temple Israel |e is the daughter of Mrs. agcr. Daytona Beach, and ISol Trager. Her uncle, k. gave her in marriage. ly Roth, the bride's cous\ (il honor. Louis Lohis brother's best man. fcamucl* was flower girl. ere Warren Trager. the Other Stanley Nass and luck the bride's cousin. lion and buffet dinner at [ssena Hotel followed iony. Following a honeyussau. the couple are re; 908 S\V 2nd Street, Mitialm is the son of Mr. Samuel I). Lopatin. 1331 M. Miami Beach. Hatner Party At GMJCG; Evening Includes Notables Mayor Chelsie J. Senerchia and Mrs. Senerchia and County Commissioner Grant Stockdale, with Mrs. Stockdale, are four of the guests in Mrs. Matilda lUtner's large theatre party for Sand In Your Shoes, pioneer musical cavalcade of Miami history, to be presented Sunday evening at the Miami Beach Auditorium, sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center as a fund raising propect for further community work. Also in Mrs. Ratner's party, one of the several special groups being planned for that evening, are Mrs. D. Lee Powell, wife of Miami Beach Mayor Powell, Mrs. Claude I A. Renshaw, wife of the Beach's j City Manager, Judge Harold B. Spaet, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser, I Mr. and Mrs. Markland M. Brock. I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Itz, of | Youngstown, Ohio, Mrs. Peggy Mc| Kaye, Nat Ratner and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tomlinson. Miami Beach I Tax Assessor Tomlinson is himself a Miami Beach pioneer who raapI ped out all the Beach waterways for developer Carl Graham Fisher. Additional ipoBaon of the Sunday HffHlr ar*: Mr. and Mrs. G f a I:, -it man, Mr uml lira, I. Qraeamld, Mra. Pranoea Millar, Mr and kirn A. Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs, Loula Altscbul, Mi and Mra. .1. Albert, Mr, and Mrs. I. Cynen, Mr. nn.l Mri Edward Dokaon, Mr. ami Mrs M Knslandar, Dr. an.I Mra. 1. I'alk, Mr. and Mrs. S.imn*-1 reldinan, Mr. anri Mra. H. Oeraten, Mr and Mra. Ben -< %  •• %  Qlaabarg, Mr. and Mrs. s. J. Oraenberc, Mr and Mra Ralph Kaplan. Mr an.I Mrs. Charlea RoacnKkri>-ii. Mr. ami Mis Jamea Ruby, Mr. Hairy Sh kin. Mr. ami Mrs MilInn siikin, Mr, and Mra. Bernard Sterllaar, Mr ami Mrs Carl Suaaklnd, Mr, and Mrs Alex Buaaktnd. I>r. anil Mrs. II. Thorpe, Mr. anil Mra. Samuel Wilson. I >r ami Mrs Meyei lanata, Mr. ami Mra \l Honlarbaum, Mrs 8am Harvey, Mrs oacai l.lnilrll. Mr. anil Mrs. A. Cnurahon, Mr and Mrs. II While, Mr. and Mrs. I Hanlro, Mr, and Mrs Albert Pli k. Mis Ethel Richmond. + l?Wlf Mr and Mrs. Frantz I. Plainfield, New Jersey, I. February 8th. Max Shapiro performed %  Oil) at Ihe home of the rents. la McDonald, the bride's Jerome B. Rosthal atcouple. A reception at home followed. Pri Mrs Goldmann gradthe University of Mi% a.s a teacher at the BenBiklin Klementary School. pdmann is a chief petty the l nited States Navy. I a wedding trip lorida, the couple are tir hoine in Boston Maswhere Mr. Goldmann kd on ihe SS Barb. L* Mrs. tdith Appltbaum B'nai B'rith Women Schedule Lunch At Algiers Hotel The first donor luncheon of the B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will be held on Tuesday afternoon, March 3rd, 12:30 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Membership Chairman Mrs. Murray Lazarus will cite members who brought in the greatest number of new members during the past year. Scheduled is a musical program by Mrs. Evelyn Saluk and Milton Friedman. Miami attorney. Fashions On Parade, directed by Mrs. Edith Applebaum. will feature clothes from the Forecast Shops on Miami Beach. B'nai B'rith members will be among the models at the affair which is scheduled to attract some 300 persons. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Herman Goldstein and Mrs. Louis August. Piano accompanist will be Mrs. Harold Berney. Personally Speaking The Bas Mitzvah of Cynthia Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott, of Nassau and Miami, will take place tonight, February 27th. at Beth David Synagogue. No formal invitations have been issued. Friends and relatives are invited. £ & -ir Mrs. James Stern, of 1190 NW 29th Street, is in Mercy Hospital, where she underwent the second in a series of operations on Monday. Mrs. Stern is the former Trudi Lach. long identified with B'nai B'rith work here. late Lily Zimmerman. A native Miamian. Ihe bride wa graduated from Miami Senior High School, attended the University of California at Los Angeles, the Uni varsity of Miami and Miami A r > School. Dr. Zimmerman served in thwar as a Naval pilot. He attended Muhlenberg College in Allentowr Pennsylvania, and the Universil; of North Carolina. Chapel Hill. He was graduated from Ihe Universitof Buffalo School of Medicine. He is a former member of lb. resident staff at Mount Sinai Ho? pital. Dr. Zimmerman is a meml>< of Phi Lambda Kappa Medical Fra ternity. He is also the Diplomat of the National Board of Medic*' examiners. The couple are making thenhome at 8fi South Shore Drive. Mi ami Beach. ..• % % % %  ••••i ree Of fxr* CH*G( WITH EVER* rwo limit+J time j R0KEACH cil of Sisterhoods has been formed at a conference of presidents and delegates repre| traditional Jewish Sisterhoods here. The Council will function as a chapter of the 8 Branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America. Shown above are (seatM n ? h ,he Mesdc "nea Edward Becker, Council secretary; Joseph Schwadron. honorary F of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sisterhood; Simon April, Council piesPcob Awner, national vice president of the Women's Branch; Moses Mescheloff. CounPresident. and Louis Shaikin, president of Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Standing are (left to C Mes dames Frances Ullian. representative of Kneseth Israel Sisterhood; Joseph Rackl^-o.unal vice president; Abraham Cassel. Kneseth Israel Sisterhood representative; Kb i u Tfilah Si *thood president and Mrs. Irwin Makovsky. representative of the ra l Women's Organization. Six charter groups axe included in the newly formed KOSHER So kind to your hands I Made of pure cocoonut oil aa in the finest fodol soaps! Now at your grocer's at regular price. No matter what soap or detergent you've been using, nothing con compare with Rokeoch Soap—the original.. .and still the best/ -I Distributed by Hi-Grade Food Company — Phone 9-845*



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* "1 'n BRTTPV VI 195-* + *mM>nhr*Bwi mil Term Ed the Board of fiovhe Hebrew Academy Lh will be installed on Irning. March 1st, at _riel. Miami Beach atE,,.,.,, re-elected to presIthc second consecutive ken are Sidney RubinoKimmel and Dr. Irfcvsky, vice presidents; recording secretary; lucr. corresponding secB k Brickman, treasurdore Spolter, financial Governors' named to fche current years are jionlcld. Jack Ciment, jn>hur. Kmanuel Gross\KM7 Rabbi David ShaSussmao, Max W. Temlunrilman Harold Turk. S. Andron, president w Academy, will be g officer. Rabbi Alex%  fcss, principal, will exthe installation cerefrathers and guests will i festive Purlin Brunch. the Academy KinderIproent a musical play] and directed by Mrs. M, Hebrew instructor, ^u by Miss Edna Sachs. %  rector, of Academy pupils Ui'-ts have been invited Kelemer \mi Visitor eph Kelemer. spiritual egation chofetz bokl>n. New York, is hie winter on Miami IMelavah Malke will be | h mor on Saturday evuary 28th. 8:30 p.m., at Hotel. Rabbi Joseph sponsor of the affair fmz given as a tribute Kelemer's forthcoming 01 The Son Of Isaac. i^ a study of the RabRabbi Isaac Kelemer. here is the father of |or.Samuel and Berele PAGE 11 A Typical of the 40,000 Persian Jews in Israel who come from the land where Mordecai lived is this Modern Queen Esther, engaged in an art perfected centimes ago by her forefathers. She is one of scores of young Persians immigrants employed at the carpet factory in Kfax Saba where industries are being expanded through the investment of Israel Bond funds. Other Jews who have come to Israel from Persia during the past few years are acquiring new skills in modern factories established throughout the young republic with Israel Bond capital. Gables Center Sisterhood i To Sponsor Purim Dance A gala celebration will center around a Purim Dance sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Sunday, March 1st, 8:30 p.m., at the Center. A special feature of the evening will be the presentation of Queen Esther Bathing Beauties, as well as an award to the one guessing the identity of Queen Esther. Haskin Fornm Meets Tonight The Joseph Baskin Cultural For\ urn, sponsored by the Workmen's Circle Branch No. 892 and its Worn-1 en's Club, will meet on Friday] evening. February 27th, 8:30 p.m., I at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue. Subject of the evening will be the Yivo Archives. Guest speaker is Israel Steinbaum. member of the Scientific Section of the Yiddish Scientific Institute. Rose Shoshano, author and actress, will present a humorous sketch and recite Jewish poetry. Ileth navid I'll To Meet Monday Beth David Synagogue PTA will meet on Monday evening, March 2nd. at 8:30 p.m. Principal feature will be a Purim Play under the direction of Mrs. L. Schwartzman. Participants include the Mesdames Sam I^evitan. Phil Abrams. L. Bandel, E. Samess, M. Handshu. D. Parnes, A Levene and O. Pesacove. Also appearing will be Harold Berney. Sam Levitan, Morry Goldstein and Charles Gottlieb. Mrs. Harold Berney will be musical accompanist. w Academy ihers' Club E S E N T S te Shimele and "ke Berger AND Academy Chorus |onnfrst.ig. Conductor VENING. MARCH 8th I •" 8 p.m. FACH SENIOR HIGH PL AUDITORIUM %  Ml & Droxol [TICKETS CALL ACADEMY, 58-4441 I iidial ion. Prices V i


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UJARY27J953_ *JewlsHhrMlari PAGE 3 B | MEANING OF PURIM prescribed in the Bible. In Talmu die times, special funds were rais: ed to provide dowries for poor brides and to rescue Jewish captives. Collections, reminiscent of the poll-tax that the ancient Israelite had to pay, were made in the HENRY FISHER %  Diaspora festival. It icasion in the Jewish commemorates an turred outside o# PalCerein lies its great L a i to the Jews the 'or 1'urim is symbolic Synagogue. This money was disin thp Galut. Haman tributed among the poor, Christians sharing with Jews. So basic kpe of the arch enemy Lrdecai and Esther of Writs, men and women L„ie for survival. L sensed the eternal |of (he day when they \n if all the festivals shall continue". For •lists, and knew, that fth.Jew lived in the long will he have to was this phase of observance, that the poor were required to give to -those poorer than they. An exchange of gifts is the third way of observing Purim. That too, is a Biblical prescription. We call it Shalach Monos, and its exercise serves to bind the members of the community in a common joy. This mutual' exchange of presents con Hamanism, with prejj sists usually of fine foods, ot un,tred and bigotry, and] usual food delicacies. But other he heed the tonic efgifts were made, too. Even a dediancient tale, attesting | cation of a book was a usual Purim deliverance, breathj gift. It was a very familiar sight a generation or two ago in EastEuropean countries to see youngsters running through the streets, with plates covered with cloths, Jews bearing gifts which were cheerfully received and reciprocated. But perhaps the most appealing form of observing the holiday is through good natured merriment and unadulterated revelry. Purim is in a certain sense, the most secular of our holidays. A certain license is granted that is denied on all other occasions. It is really an excuse for the releasing of pentup emotions. Life for the Jew has never been easy. He has always reckoned with a world that was quite difficult in its realities. Living for the Jew was always a serious and painful task. His life was free from light-hearted moments. of hope and -courage rked us as a deathless m deals with a perenp. Its story is the story none the nations, the buggies, of his suffer(dangers: but it is also his faith and hope, of triumph over those %  selves up against him. | is familiar. Its source of Esther, and there Haman who rose to tr King Ahasuerus and hat monarch to destroy in his dominions. Lots [to decide the day of ale extermination. It is of lots that gave the festival, for the Bible %  t Purim meant "lots", reckoned without Mor[Esthrr. The latter had Hence he afforded himself a brief teen to Ahasuerus, and'period of escape, a day or two gained royal favor by I when he could feel free to indulge king's life. And through in the lighter aspects of life. The Greater Miami Chapter, of Hadassah will sponsor the evening performance of High Button Shoes at the Music Circus on the 79th Street Causeway tomorrow evening, February 28th. All proceeds will go toward the new Community Health Plan now being inaugurated in Israel. Shown above (left) is Mrs. William Kogen getting her tickets from Chapter Coordinator Mrs. Henry J. Nelson. Community -^ Relations Work *^ Viewed At Institute i Gilbert J. Balkin, executive director of the Florida Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will address the fifth session of the Adult Institute of Jewish Studies on Wednesday, March 4th, 9 p.m., at the Bureau of Jewish Education Building. He will discuss: Can Community Relations Work Be Centralized On The -American Scene. Balkin will analyze the varying role and functions of community relation agencies in the United States and the effect of the Maclver Report. The Adult Institute is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and includes courses in Hebrew and Yiddish during the first hour from 8 to 9 p.m. Miami Window Impact Of Judaism On Civilization Aired Rabbi David Shapiro will address the Spinoza Outdoor Fonim on Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p.m on the law of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf son, I lth St. and Ocean Court, Miami Beach. He will discuss: The Impact of Judaism On Civilization. ssion of Esther,'Hainan's kre thwarted, and he fell hiown plotting. Jews were delivered fends of the foe. and the eir deliverance became bn of treat rejoicing. Its was ordained for all Is[for all times, and ever pm has always occupied pit plate in the calendar festivals, marked by a Such is the story of Purim. A minor festival in the Jewish calendar, it is major in its proportions and certainly major in its implications. At all times Purim has been intimately associated with deliverance from calamity, so much so, that we have other "Purims" in Jewish history—local Purims celebrated by Jewish communities who have been spared threatened dan Ten Miamians have been named to the men's Reception Committee for the 41st annual convention of the Linen Supply Association of America scheduled in April for Hollywood, Florida. Chairman of. the group is Sam A. Goldstein, president of Sanitary Linen Service Company. On the committee with him are his two sons. Burton and Charles Among appointees named to head groups of solicitors in the Special Gifts Division of 4he Red Cross fund campaign, scheduled for March 1st, are Joseph Lipton, of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, and Mauri'c* Klein, of Tobin and Baker Insurance Firm. Lipton will head the drive among financial organizations. Klein is in charge of hotels ... Dr. J. S. Gottlieb, professor of psychiatry at the State University of Iowa and assistant director of the Iowa Psychopathic Hospital, has been named director of the Department of Psychiatry at Jackton Memorial Hospital. Dr. Gottlieb will assume his duties here on July 1st. and supervise final preparations for opening the 100-bed psychiatric ward Named vice president of the Greater Miami Beach Motel Association is Walter A. Samuels, managing director of the Carib Motel. He succeeds David R. Porvln, Detroit hotelman and operator of the Ocean Shore Motel, who has been elected to the post of president ... A. Earle Clark ft Son, Miami food brokers, have been appointed brokers for the Welch Grape Juice Company. Community Art Singer; The Community Art Singers and Doctor Paul Held, director, will present a series of American folk songs during a meeting of the Pioneer Women of Greater Miami on Sunday evening, March 8th, at the Hibiscus Lodge. Rabbi Abramowitz Will Discuss Haman. Israel Harold Shapiro, commentator OH the radio program, Meet \our Neighbor, has invited Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, to he his guest Sunday, March 1st. at 8:15 p.m., over station WINZ. Rabbi Abramowitz will speak on Haman And Israel. Rabbi Abramowitz was Chief Director of JDC in Europe, had his own pulpi'. iu Canada and was a Chaplain in the US Army. ger, and even private Purims of bservance of the day: individuals who have been miracuarity. exchange of gifts, i ous i y delivered from great peril. Today. Purim bears a stark realism. Once again, in our time, the descendants of Amalek have reared their heads out-Hamanizing Haman and striving against the Jew as well as against civilization itself. Once again the story of the Book of Esther is being enacted before our eyes. pigious service actually the preceding Sabbath [anticipate the festival by [the Amalek of the Bible the progenitor of Haman, pul who was the ancestor cai. It is continued with bf Esther on the day prior commemorating Esther's preparation for her ap-| he King. And on the eve j mi of Adar. as well as the ning. the Book of Esther the Synagogue, ory is read, with a speJ fit. from a Meglillah, or he Megillah is folded to a letter, for it is in that j M Esther broadcast the I | occurrences. While it is I ead in Hebrew, the Talnits it to be read in the *r, so that its contents I understood. The duty to i Megillah is incumbent I Israelites. is a very informal spirit hying the reading of the r and a certain measure of permitted. This all assohth emphasizing our dis[Haman. The Book of EsJthough a narrative, has [the character of a drama. I the villain; Mordecai and re the heroes. Jews have Pdulged on Purim in the familiar in our own day, OR" the villain, of showing empt in a very vocal and us manner *ond form of observance gi charity. The giving of Jhe Poor is a feature of W* festival, but more so rim, since it is definitely ALWAYS THE BIGGEST SHOW OF THE YE AR! MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL Dr. William Koblenz, Miami, has been named president of the Southeast Florida Optometric Association lor the coming year. Other new officers of the SFOA are Dr. S. G. Schneider, Miami Beach, vice, president; Dr. Robert Tanner, South Miami, secretary; Dr. Chester Rotter. Miami Beach, treasurer; and Dr. Thomas Hall. South Miami, sergeant-at-arms. Instal lation is set for March 2nd. JOTHL STARS • STARS STARS THURS. NITE MARCH 5 MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Ed Sullivan MASTER OF CEREMONIES Star of "Toast of the Town" TV Show and Stars of Stage, Screen, Night Clubs, TV Choice Seats Available Now! CALL 580433 FOR IMMEDIATE FREE DELIVERY | A GREAT SHOW • A GREAT CAUSE Your contribution helps Support your Community Hospital, always ready to aid ALL those in need



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Ili^wislWEIliOipidiiaun Window On Europe By GRACE WALDMAN (Copyright. 1953. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) %  (IDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1953 SEC. B McKeldin Says US Will Not Sell| US Is Real Red t; No More Czechoslovaks 300 persons attended an emergency conference of the Bond Drive on Sunday at the Saxony Hotel. The nalinfi loaders in Jewish affairs heard dramatic actor EdL>n and Maryland Governor Theodore McKeldin attack ,ace as an enemy of Israel and the free world at large. [1 not he sold down the river by our country." said Govag he reported that t by President Eissed "no more Czechlour time." of a fourpofnt profited States Governthe full power of produces freedom. What does Israel manufacture? It manufactures courage and faith. What does it seek to develop as a major export? Brotherhood and human under. standing. Is that all? No, it also jons in aiding Israel | has the assets that might normally ant i Semitic probe found in relation to any other investment: industrial plants, foundries, glass factories, shoe factories, cement factories, quarries and power plants, fertilizer and chemical plants, oil refineries and harbors, ships and railroads." Among other speakers were Henry Montor, vice president and chief executive officer of the Israel Bond organization, and Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria, national chairman for Special Sales. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, delivered the invocation, and Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom pro nounced the benediction. ^t Russia was urged nor. ed that the United initiative in estabal commission of the _. to urge the migra[from Soviet Russia. tamended that such a p.ve all possible aid he task of receiving *s who maybe given Jty to leave the Iron ltrics." IcKeldm declared that fcve been "shocked by bf the Arab states to American government the aid of Israel at I time Condemning |ie said that "in placktfUt) to Israel over nocracy and peace in East, the Arab counaid and comfort hunists." i countries have taken. hich supports Comto weaken and isotrur free nation in 1 East." the Governor Arab countries play lame, I hey will inevitEhe sorry fate of satelpust demonstrate clearnot they intend to freedom or Soviet framed. |g the recent developistern Kurope. Mr. Robled that not only the pie but "all free peotarget of Soviet Rushnitic campaign." that the free world I the simple lesson that pneerted program of anla launched, it repreleludc to an organized emncracv everywhere," -aid. ting the purchase of ;i..n investment in I Mr Kuliinson examined lea and assets of the 1 of Israel. Giving his lof a recent visit, he exes Irael produce? It Rabbi Prero To Be Guest Of Zionist Youth Commission Rabbi Amram Prero. national di rector of the American Zionist Youth Commission, will be in Miami, March 2nd through 4th, as guest of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, announced Harry J. Soni, chairman. Rabbi Prero will speak at the monthly meeting of the Zionist Youth Commission on Tuesday, March 3rd. 8:15 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goodman, 8140 Hawthorn Avenue. During his stay in Miami, Rabbi Prero will meet Monday night, 8:15 p.m., with Youth Leaders at the Bureau of Jewish Education Building, and with Tel Yehduah and Summer-in-Israel graduates an Wednesday. 8 p.m., at the home of Marcia Gross, 4631 North Meridian Avenue. Target, Says Meyer "The United States is the real target of the current Russian antiSemitic purges," stated Baron de Hirsh Meyer upon his return to Miami from the 46th annual meeting of thr American Jewish Committee ir New York City. Meyer charged the Red leaden with a plot to list anti-Semitism as a means of unitMeyer ing extreme neoNazi and neo-Fascist groups into an anti-American bloc. "The Comi munist aim is clearly to disrupt jthe American plans for a democratic front strong enough to resist Red aggression," he asserted. Meyer, who is president of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Committee, led a special panel at the annual meeting in New York which concerned itself with the Communist menace. The local chapter was also represented by Seymour Samet, Southeast area director. A resolution adopted at the annual meeting appealed to free men the world over "to denounce this new threat to humanity". The resolution continues. "The Jews are not the first to suffer. The doctrine of group guilt and group annihilation has long been ruthlessly applied by the Soviet masters to social classes, ethnic minorities and religious group*." — muniam". WASHINGTON—When Israel Ambassador Abba Eban made his first visit to the State Department since the Eisenhower Administration took over to renew Israel's application for military aid from the United States, it is understood that the questions facing him were: what the new Administration's policy would be on Arab-Israel issues and would the new Administration favor any measure, such as a Middle East command, which would allv Egypt with the West and support Premier Naguib's hostility against Israel. Israel has previously indicated anxiety to the United States Government about reports of contemplated arms shipments to Egypt, and now the Arab state-. through radio and press propaganda, praise the Eisenhower Administration and express hopes that it will develop a sympathetic "proArab bias." Meanwhile, Egypt and the West have made affectionate advances, toward one another. Britain, which has pursued a Middle East command policy that would strengthen Naguib's government and contribute to Naguib's hostility against Israel, has signed an agreement with • Egypt on the Sudan, which, according to Ambassador Sir Ralph Stevenson, "opens a new era of great mutual confidence" between Britain and Egypt. Naguib's adviser, Aly Zain el Abdin, said that now "Egypt will have no objection in principle to negotiations on a Middle East defense pact with the West "as soon as Britain withdraws her troops from the Canal Zone, which she has agreed to." He said also that "an independent Egypt will be willing to talk with the free world on how to safeguard the strategic Middle East." Premier Naguib has announced that he plans to visit Washington "in the very near future." The announcement was made shortly after the agreement on the Sudan was signed with Britain. Naguib's visit should have interesting consequences, considering that many Republican officials argue that the Eisenhower Administration should repent to the Arab world and regain the favor that the Truman "pro-Israel bias" lost. It is probable that Naguib will receive a hardy welcome during his proposed visit here. The State Department has applauded his government's agreement with Britain, saying that the United States is "highly gratified that its two great friends, the United Kingdom and Egvpt, have reached an agreement on the Sudan. This is an event of great importance representing as it does agreement on an issue which has been the cause of great complications in relations between UK two countries for decades." A State Department spokesman praised the agreement, saying t'.iat its culmination demonstrates "the sincere desire of both parties to come to an understanding." What the Governments of Britain and the United States have overlooked is that West German delegates negotiating with Naguib to stave off an Arab boycott were forced to fly back from Cairo, cmplaining that Naguib pressured and antagonized them by receiving a rival delegation rfrom East Germany. This disturbs the basis upon I which rests the West's favor toward Egypt-that Naguib has not I Sowed the Kremlin to operate in his government. The West has also I forgotten that their former enemies, the Nazis, now occupy a place of I esteem as advisers to the Egyptian Government. Beacfi Apartment Group To Hold Installation The Eighth Annual Installation Dinner Dance of the Miami Beach Apartment Association has been set for Wednesday evening. March 18th, at the Latin Quarter. Mayor D. Lee Powell will be guest of honor, according to Sidney Rubinowitz, chairman of the Entertain ment Committee. LOOK for this SIGN tx< ***!!&+***** eon Kionish, of Congregation Both Sholom, is pictuied feivinq a qift of a Torah lor the new Temple which •reeled on Chate Avenue at 4Ut Street, Miami Beach. •Daniel Sepler is making the preaentation on behalf Helen, and himaeH. Membera of the Congregation. aa more than 700, are presently engaged in a cam1 raise S500.000 for the conatniction of a new Houee of ad 'acent to Be'.h Sholom'a preeent atmcture. ... 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. 5th STREET — W721-2 3-4225 MIAMI. FLORIDA Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Haksshrutl



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llie\wiisltUEIIiD!Pidliiaun UT^Numbex 9 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS iti-Semitic Propaganda Unleashed 6 —What effective action could be taken by m world to aid the 2,500,000 Jews behind the Iron Curtain by the Communist anti-Semitic campaign and to protect L Israel from Communist pressures, was the subject of major |jc,n here this week. ffor action along two lines was clearly indicated. First, there nt demand that a pow British Approve Jet Sales LONDON (JTA) — Parliament's approval by a strict party vote of 267 to 238, of'the British Government's policy of selling jet planes to the Arab states has not quieted criticism, it was indicated by the British press. The liberal Manchester Guardian was editorially "disturbed" at the sale of jet aircrafts to the Middle East, asserting that it made for a "tightening of tension where we should be doing everything to contention that Israel and I slacken it." It also suggested that HI neeu .mi u.: America are allied in an anti-So\ such sales might villate the triparb by its representatives ; viet conspiracy. There was also an I tate declaration of 1950 HMtfll ,ral. economic and mili opinion advanced by Secretary! relieving tension in the Middle 1 Dulles, according to a reliable in\ East. It took issue with government formant. that any American exj spokesmen who yesterday said pression on behalf of Israel would that the sales were not stop the Kremlin but might alienate the Arab world. Former Governor Adlai StevenICongressional leaders met | son discussed tne Israel-Soviet situ fesident Eisenhower and ..__ h— _MU nmh of State John Foster Accuse Jews Of Hitler Tactics In M love To Draw Arab Favor (Copyriqht, 1953, Jewish Telooraohk Aooncy, Inc.) NEW YORK (JTA)—The Kremlin last week continued a powerful propaganda drive against Israel and the Jewish people living within and beyond the confines of the Soviet Union in a campaign apparently aimed at creating sentiment indiscriminately against Jews everywhere. The Moscow Literary Gazette, an organ influential in setting, the tone of the Soviet press, carried Ed-wide protest be directI Kremlin to secure aban|of the anti-Jewish cam|Soviet agreement to let I leave the Iron Curtain for Israel and other I settlement. %  v. developments made it steps had to be taken State of Israel, isolated lie Arab world and menivert Soviet enmity. Israel oenized this need and in kigh Condemnation Washington, the impliI the Soviet Union's antifcampaien were discussed White House meeting at Mr. Eisenhower's first press conference. However, this was not acted upon because of fear that situation of Jews behind the Iron Curtain but decided that they did not know what course of action to take. One idea that occurred at the meeting was that the Soviet Union might exploit any official American protest to bolster the CommuIsrael and a diatribe against the State of Israel which it accused of stealing a page from Adolf Hitler's bible of racialism in its treatment of 140,000 Arabs in the Jewish State. These Arabs, the Moscow journal complained, have been compelled to live under "intolerable" conditions in ghettos modelled ation, among other world problems, with President Eisenhower and Secretary Dulles during his fcation was given to the Washington v i sit He also met for of a Presidential protest %  om> hour md fifteen minu te S with Hatement might do more i H A Byroade> Assistant SecKood Similar concern.! of S(ate for Near Easte rn earned, was felt over the I of proposed Congressional Britain's economic life. The newspaper aaked where Egypt or Israel would get the cash for the planes, adding that if they had the money it would better be spent on more useful products. The conservative London Daily Telegraph declared that there "could be no objection to the provision of arms if they were to be used as part of a stable Middle Commit Suicide reiarv ui owic <#• **.*•• % %  %  %  uacu K B ~~ — Affairs, to discuss problems relat-, East defense system. But there is it ions The conferees deep concern over the ing to Israel and the Arab states Continued on Page 5 A iti-Zionists Named o Near East Posts -JBNGTON (JTA)—Those concerned with the maintenance of rab stability are observing the expected assignment by 1 every objection," it stressed, "if the arms are to be used to aggravate the tensions which have so far made a stable defense of this area impossible." The Times of London felt that the apprehensions aroused were all OUt of proportion to the number of aircraft involved. It said that if the present Anglo Egyptian negotiations end in some kind of a workable arrangement for joint defense of the Middle East, the British two career diplomats, who are widely regarded Government must honor its treatv enh-iwer of .. —iBDDistS. to sensitive Middle Eastern posts. The two are Loy km. present Ambassador to Iran who may be s ent to Eg ypt, prge Wadsworth, Ambassa[Czechoslovakia and former Idor to Turkey, who apated to be envoy to Pakiserson. as director of the k Near Eastern Affairs beJ945 and 1948, was consid|e leader of the State Debt faction which thought P> policy on Palestine I coincide with British and **s at the expense of Zionfations He was regarded as pvidual chiefly responsible Jericas reversal on the Unition's plan for Hie partition %stine. [diari It i ies of the late James former Secretary of Dereveal the pro-Arab role 1>> Henderson. Should his [talent to Egypt be ronfirmr u concern lest his pres* r 'end itself to the buildf anti-Israel. naming of Henderson as **w to Egypt i s seen by n attempt by the new ad*on to notify the Arab lMt the "pro Israel" policy Truman era has been reEgypt in recent months' iag, Israel. has become the center of Western efforts to form a Middle Eastern Command against Communism. | There has been talk of a possible. visit to Washington by Egyptian Premier General Naguib. Despite Israel's concern over the maintenance of peace in the Mid die East, there have been negoti at ions between Egypt and the Unit ed States In connection with the shipment of heavy munitions. Wadsworth Is now known as well as Henderson, but Israelis recall his previous service in the Middle East. His assignment to Pakis tan is thought important because of the possibility that his Moslem country will be associated with the Arab League states in the pro jected Middle East Command. The administration in Washing ton makes decisions on foreign policy based on reports from ambassa dors in the field. Therefore, it is intelligent decisions. arrangements and equip the Egypj tians as fully as possible. The issue was formally raised Continued on Page 5* VIENNA (JTA) — Zoltan Vas. chief of Hungary's Planning Office, and 11 other high ranking Jews in the Hungarian Government have committed suicide, it was reported here by the Austrian newspaper. Die Presse. The report stated that the suicides resulted from a "wave of purges" directed against Jews in the Hungarian Government. The newspaper estimated that at least 30 top-ranking Jews had committed suicied or had otherwise fallen victim of the purge. It added that the purge was directed by a visiting Russian group that came to Budapest three weeks ago. The 30 Jews were allegedly "suspected Zionists." Die Presse pointed out that Mr. Vas' office was responsible for economic planning in Hungary, and he was held partly responsible for the current economic crisis in the country. after Hitler's concentration camps for Jews. For more ammunition against the Zionist movement, the Communist propagandists went back three decades to reveal a shocking Zionist anti-Soviet plot. At that time, they charged, Zionist organizations were established in Carpatho Russia to function as a blind for the "designs of the American imperialists" and to serve as "out posts against the Soviet Union." American espionage activities utilizing this network, the Communists charged, were directed by one Benjamin Parker working from headquarters in Uzhgorod. At that time. Carpatho-Russia was a part of the Czechoslovak j State. It was subsequently incorIporated into the Soviet Union. Doctors Under Fir* A new attack on Jewish doctors was launched during the week by the newspaper Pravda of Kiev and picked up by other Soviet propag I ganda agencies. In this case, the atjtack was directed against a group of Jewish doctors in the city of 'iNicoiaev, who were accused of havI ing defrauded the State. A prominent Jewish personality, Vassily Semenovitch Grossman, noted Soviet war correspondent and novelist, was also singled out for attack this week. Grossman was denounced by the Kommunist. official organ of the Communist Party Central Committee. The editors of the journal of the union of writers were also denounced for having published Grossman's latest book. Grossman, for a change, was not accused of "Zionism" or 'cosmopolitanism" but of "Pythagoriani snl _" a fourth century philosophical movement — which eager Continued on Paoo 5 A Mount Sinai Jubilee Slated For Thursday; Sullivan Stars floC^. ^^ •" d£ ^ lt wan,S ,0 SSUre ,he SUCCCSS f *T2?2E%S3£! with music, dance and comedy, will be the resuJ of weVksTwork'on the part_ of many energetic volunteer s^ the various Jubilee committees. thought that %  — particularly on the "J*** !" "; i he 44-hour spectacle: die Eastern area, require objective ambassadorial reporting )9+ lief exists that the findings of Henderson and Waisworth would favor the Arabs in any instance wvolvThe "behind the scenes" work began last November, when Leon ard A. Wien. chairman for the third consecutive year, announced pians for the Mount Sinai all-star Jubilee. Then he set about organizing com mittees to do the routine but necessarv work to assure the success of to produce funniest, most star-packed show of all. to handle the seating arrangements, to deliver ticket* and posters, to schedule transpor tationfor night club and theatre acts and to mobilize the community in order to assure a sell-out audience. Co-chairmen of the Women's Activities Committee for the Jubilee are Mrs. Stanley Freh'.ing and Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, who have headeo a group of more than two dozen actively working volunteers. Heading the Office Committee. Mrs. William Capland has devoted hours to the tedious tasks of list-typing, cross-indexing and addressing envelopes so previous contributors could be told of this year's affair. Soliciting via telephone has been done by a committee headed by Mrs. Jane Snetman. During the last week of the Jubilee campaign, telephones have been busy at the bridge house offices, and the Tele phone Committee members have industriously answered all incoming calls for information. Volunteer motor corps workers, the "Jubileers," have been delivering tickets, picking up checks and arranging for display of posters in hotels and shop windows. The Jubileers are under the direction of Mrs. Sam Coollk, Miss Felicia Orovitz and Mrs. Joseph Postol. Chairman of the Hotel Division is Joseph Rose, who has been soliciting contributions from his felContinued on P*9* 2 B i



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PAGE 8 A +Je*istn*rkMan Cantata Featured At Beth Jacob Founders' Day An original cantata will be presented for the first time at the Founders' Day Banquet of Congregation Beth Jacob on Sunday. March 1st. 7 p.m., in the Social Hall of the Congregation. In story, rhyme and song, the cantata will present the history of the first Jewish congregation of Miami Beach, founded in 1P1ZT Participating will be Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. spiritual leader of Beth Jacob for the past fifteen years: Dr. Jacob H Kaplan, who took part in the original dedication of the Synagogue; Cantor Aar on Weingarten: and Shimele and Lazerke Berger, child cantors In the cast will be some of the founders and members of the families of founders. Members of the Beth Jacob Founders' Day Committee preparing for their banquet on Sunday evemna at the Congregation 301311 Washington Avenue, are 'left to right* Joseph Cohen, ticket chairman; Aaron Lemer, overall chairman; and Leo Meyer. Souvenir Journal chairman Beach Junior High PTA Will Hold Panel On Tuesday The regular meetina of the Hiami Beach Junior Senior High I PTA :ll be held on Tin-March 3rd. 8 p m. in the school auditor %  There will be a short bus playlet and The playlet Vnd Von \tudent point of view, with Mrs Teller. facuit) member, acting a> moderator. The Junior High School Choir, under the direction ol Miss Elinor Wilson, will sing several selectionZionists To Hear Talk At l.um-h Abe Goldstein, veteran Zionist. Mr (loldstein has for many years will address the Zionist Luncheon been an honorary vice president of Club on Wednesday. March 4th. the Zionist Organization of Amor12 IS p m at the RJtx-PIaza Hotel, ica. He is the former Editor of Miami Beach. His topic will be Die Zeit. a Yiddish publication in "Zionism's Obligation.-". Connecticut To View Council's | Accomplishments Mrs Sylvia Chertkof, program chairman of the Miami Division. National Council Jewish Women, announces the program for a general meeting to be held on March 4th. 1:30 p.m.. at the Gondolier Room. 1451 North Bay.shore Drive Title of the program is: Couni! Community Welfare — Past. Present And Future. Mrs. Louis Bpector, community welfare chairman, will be chairman of the day jnd will speak on the past in Council's Welfare program. A dramatic presentation by Mrs. William Groncr and Mrs. Theo Abel will depict Council's present Thrift and Workshop. The future will be presented as a panel discussion on the Problem of Blind Children. Panelists will be Dr. Kenneth Whitmer. ophthalmologist: ^ Dr Robert Mikell. pediatrician: | Dr. Michael Gilbert, psychiatrist: MrB. A. Drake, a parent representing parents of the blind: and Mrs. l.aura Sutter. director of Spec-. ial Education of the Dade County Public School System. Mrs Leo Ackerman will act as j moderator. FRIDAY, | Ed Klein (left), pa,, of the Young Adult the Micrmi Beach ]t ter. congratulates U (right) president-eieal bi Irving Lehman, j officer, looks on. Farband ObsertJ The Farband UW Branches of Grater) ehrate I'unm on SgafcJ March 1st. 6 p.m.. Manor AMAZING NEW COFFI THE CANTORS' CHOI A stain glass window, depicting Moses holding the two tablets cf the Ten Commandments, will be dedicated during Friday services at Temple Emanu-El, 1801 South Andrews Avenue. Fort Lauderdale, tonight, according to Rabbi Marius Ranson, spiritual leader. The window has been planned and contributed to Temple Emanu-El in memory of Heyman Rosenberg. New York inventor. Mr. Rosenberg died in Hollywood on March 1, 1952. The memorial is the gift of Mrs. Jennie Rosenberg and her four daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenman and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ritter. all of Hollywood, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Brimberg and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Slifka, of New York City. Moses. The Lawgiver, will be the subject of Rabbi Marius Hanson's address at the service. Says Cantor CHATZKLE RITTER £w Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to' instantly into that famous Maxwell House fl< Utterly unlike old-style ~ j_ ... just a, q„kk but tte, lo ^perJor Trm superb roaster-fresh coffee i, actually brewed for you. ,n the famous Maxwell House kitchen!. K ^rrned into m„ Iion s of ..racle^^ You re* sdd ta water ., ^ .^^ ^ ^ ng "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the riche*, •nost delicious coffee you've ever tasted en the Sabbath and every dsy! SAVfS YOU MONIY, TOO! Economical Intttat Maxwell House saves you up to 25c cossp*^ m pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE W,TU r„ WITH !" AT -CO OP TO-THf-mr.DIO, FLAV0H



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MP/t Vr^ RTJARYiff. 1953 LEGAL NOTICE tEF~UNDER FICTITIOUS P NAME LAW LisIIKUKHY OIVBN that aYalsned, desiring to engage In IUIHI.I (he ri.tiil-.ii--• name of I, I SINKSS UCIDE, al 1 US T, Miami. Intend to register I,,', with Hi" Clerk ol the ClrEi of I'fldi 'aunty, Florida. IIKle.MA.N LEVINE j 8-1; IICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 7 NAME LAW %  E IS HEREBY GIVEN that : r ,ignwl, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name .if \) \ ERTISINO. at 3504 N. U\e, Miami, intends to regisname with the Clerk of the ourl of Hade County, KlorSOLOMON NIEDELMAN [n — ^_ „ ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  i: IS HEIiEHY -SIVQN that piled, desiring to .-ugagu In under the fictitious numr >>f n| MIAMI, at 3723 M.W. 49lh [ \. im |, Florida, intend* to reg1..1111. ith the Clerk <>f the >uri "f I'ade Couaty. Florida. \\i. .1 PISTItlBCTINO CO. I., ills CKMAX. President .MAN MAKI'HK, Secret* I'X, I— .1 l-lt ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ITK i.HF:KF:HY OIVEN that lersis-ncd, desiring to engage In miller the fictitious name of KAIIt, -it the following adhennim Boulevard, %  ami. Florida I • ie l.e.m lloulevard, bral Gables, F'lorlda N W Und Street, llrwm. Florida H 2nd Street, land. Florida ^ N i: Ith Court, Ban i Florida S W. 7th Avenue, IF .'.unity, Florida \ • ii Road, |l,.:i I l:< a. h. I lorida s u Mh Street. Florida N I.' 25th Street. si m M i.mi. Florida N'.U hith Street. |) >rlda Rubles, Florida N W. h M clrlo. nt> Florida \ i elllle. • '. i. Miami, Florida A venae, !;• i h. Florida .K 'i Avenue, I loi Ida. I In • j.-t. r said name with the If I ull Court of Iviil. i %  i du FOOD FAIR STORES UK F iRII 'A. INC a i Ida col poratlon. [>' %  IRONOVITZ lll'IN ||| i Idlng IFIor.da Food FVir Stores of 1 a Florida corporation. IICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  <;K I> HEREBY OIVEN that ffrsarncd, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of !K\. at the following adB.W SSad Street, Imi. Florida i N W 7th Avenue. e %  > default will be taken you i> at Miami, Florid*. February II. LKATriERMAN, lerk „f tne circuit Court oi, ( nunty. Florida U.v WM. W. XTOCKINO HIT ,. "'I'uty Clerk ft SRAKK SKA, ) It '"i'tKHY OIVEM that i. cl %  desiring. t„ engage in li %  ".'•'.'"'"Ions mime ,.f '< 108 N KrotiM A. '•'a Intends to i.K with ti... CUrk ..f Kan < "urt „f i Hl that a suit to 3. Or ft default will be entered against you. IlATEp this ISth .lay of February. E. B. LBATHERSfAN Clerk f thciiiitKiri C4"rt l'ade Countv. Florida By; \VM. W..STOCKINC. RICHARD RltfCMKK KTNK and STEPHEN Jk.. stPICAR Attorneys for Plaintiff III Congress Building. Miami, Florida 2 2H-27 — 3/6-1J NOTICE TO CREOITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR. IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 2953S-A In Ite: CST.M'F: IP' REBECCA I'' HUM.VI. I.., eased To All Credltosg and All Parsons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estatey You. led at-h of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claimand demands which von, or %  %  itlieT of you, may hme against the • state „f FtFiBECOA pURDoVI, deeeaaed late of Brooklyn. New York, bul ..uiiiug aaaeta in thstate ..r Florid i, t.. (be Honorable County Judges of I'ade County, nnd file the same In their office*" In the Countv Courthouse in Dnde County, Florida. within elghl calendar months from the date ..f the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to ODDtain the legal address of the elalmunt and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will lie barred. Date F'.bruary 14. A.D. 1H53. MRS. HAY ROSBNTHAL, As Administratrix of the Estate of REBECCA CORIKiVI, Deceased. TCRK & Ng\VJ4AN Attorneys for Administratrix 410 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla. 2/10-27 — 3/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N.'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL KOSHER SACSAOE COMPANY apd FU1RIDA NATIONAL KOSHER RAB8AOE COMPANY, at 230 N.W Jth Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadc County. Florida. ISRAF;I. NATIONAL KOSHER 8ACSAGE COMPANY WEINKLF: & KESSLER Attorneys for Applicant XII S.ybold ItlrTg. 2/2.1-27 — 3 '6-13 IN COUNTY JUDGED COURT OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 27458-B RE: ESTATF; OF ESREL FI.ITMAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge ^^ Executrix of the e-state ot FJSREI. F'LITMAN, deceased: and that on the 2..iii day of March, 1853. will apply to the Honorable FIL\NK II. DOWIJNG, County Judge of Das> County, Florida, for approval of sain final report and for final discharge as l-:xocutrix of the Estate of EFREL FI.ITMAN. deceased This 17th day of F'ebruary. 1953. F:TTA FI.ITMAN, As Executrix of the Estate of F^JRBL FX1TMA.N. deceased I R MAYERS Atii.Miej for K\.iu:i.\ 2/20-27 — S/6--1S lrtBpS ll M l !E 111 R>: ESTATE OF' NFTLIJE S. POILSON, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you.are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of vou, ma) have against th. estate of NELLIE 8. col isoN. decease I late of Miami, Dad.County, F.oi Ida, to the lion I'oiiiin Judges of I i.i.ie County, and file the same In their office In the bounty Courthouse In l>a.lc County, Floilda. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to b* sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be tmrreil. See Section 120 of the 133 Probate Act. .. Date February 11th. AD. 19o3. /a/ ALICE,!!. TIIAKB As Administratrix of the Estate ot %  ". NELLIE S. POI'LSON. Deceased. MYERS. HBTMAN *-KAPLAN Attorneys for Adaslnsetnurlx i gaybold HaUkekeg. kMaarrt. Fkr. I/U-M-17 — /• LEGAL NOTICE i?T TH F. £!2S WT COURT OF THE FOR n k l l ?, C,A J:„ Ct,,CU T "* AND eOR DADE COUNTY n noini lAJflB^PfX No 0, .sS?8 VH ALSTON. Plaintiff PRBfM AUETON, JR Defendant LEGAL NOTICE against jjj you aV raoSred to serve a. i'opt ,.f your answer thereto ''",,,'.;•;' tl V. RICHARD KRIEGEI: FINK |12 Oongraas lluildng, Miami, Florida., and file the orlg,, )al in the .'i;i. of ihe n.-rk of the '"•'••, £ '" %  before the 23rd day "r March, 1953: otherwise a decre. :'"" %  feaao *fl] be 1 m.mi agalasi ^I'l'd this IMfl da) of February. 1: B. LBATHERMAN, erk of the .'ii.ult Court Bj U.M. W 8TOCKINQ 2/27 3,6-il.2 J 0 V,,, > '''" k NpTlCE UNDTR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .gOTICV 18 HEREBY (JIVEN that .11. mid, L-ned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious lamp of STrs-.KADE SHOW BAR, at 5731 $ W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., intends tb register sitlrt ii.iiun with -theT'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE >!. JuNF^J STEPHEN I-'. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 4 B.W, 22nd Avenue 2/13-20-27 — 3 ij 1 IN THE CIRCUIT OOUItl UIHE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTy, FLOR. IDA. IN CHANCERY No, '1574 ALBINA S\KI:ZKNY, Plaintiff. vs. ANTHONY SYEKZENV, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOP, ANTHONY SVKR'/HN Y, 42S Adams Stieet, Mob..ken, New Jersey, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has beejl filed against you, an* you are reu,ulred to serve a copy ..f your Answer or Pleading to Hie Bill of Complaint on the ulaintiff't aitorney. THEODURE J. SAKOWHTZ. 922 Seylbld Building. Mianil. Florida, and file the original Answer or •'leading; In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on nils .'or. UalJ,h day of Marub. 1953. If yon fan to do so, Juagmenl ty default will be tnk.n against you for the relief demand, d In the Bill of Complaint. BONE ->M> HFUJEREB at Miami. Florida, this lnth day of Frhrnai-j-. I!'.-.;!. 1:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By \\M \Y STOCKING, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk i : I'M 2: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156684 .1AMKS SMITH ao.l LILLIAN SMITH, his wlf. Plaintiffs, vs. MARTHA ROBERTS and ROBERTS, her husband, et al. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN TIIK NAME OF THE STATE OF PLORIDA TO: MARTHA ROBERTS, if living, but l.elive.l to be dead, and ROBERTS, her. husband. If living, whose residences are unknown RICHARDSON. If living;, husband of FI AX'S IE RICHARDSON.' also known as FLOSSIF: ROBERTS; residence of RICHARDSON Is unknown: SEARS KOBF7KTS and ROUF:RTS. his wife. If living, whose residence is unKnown? HMLAIl ROBERTS. If living. and ROBERTS, her husband, if living, whose residences are unknown; OLLIE DAVIS, if living, but believed to be dead, whose residence is unknown; MAMIE ROBERTS, If living, and ROUF;RTS. her husband. If living, whose residences are unknown. WILLAKD R0BF:RTS, if living, and ROBERTS, his wife, if living, whose residences are unknown; BZEKIAL ROBERTS. If living, and ROBERTS, his wife, if living, whose residences arc unknown; LEON ROBERTS, if living, and ROBERT8, his wife. If living, whose residences are unknown. ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, grantees, creditors, or other parties cl a i m i n g .by. through, under or against MARTHA ROBF:RTS, not known to be dead or alive, but believed to be dead: AND ALSO, as to each of the above named defendant individuals. If they be deceased. then all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other pa"rties claimHij by, thsuugh. under or against such defendants; AND Al.so, all otn. r and unknown persons having or ulajjaiiog to have any right, title or Interest In the property which Is the subject matter of this sutt, said property lying and being In Ii.lde County. Florida, add .more parti, ularlv described as follows: Lot 16. of Block 34, of FROW HOMF:STF:AD, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In. plat Book I' F"ac 1M or the Public Records of I hide County. Florida TOP AND F7ACII OV YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed in the above named Court, by the plaintiffs above named, for the purpose of quieting title of the plaintiffs, in and to the property Involved horaliiabove del r lied. TOP AIM: HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your Appearance In said nili on or before the 12th day of Mar.h. MM, and in default of such Appearance, • Decree Pro Conf,....... will he entered against > ou and each of you This order to be ptlbllaped once a week for four .41 consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridian. a newspaper published in Dade Countv. Florida. DONE ASM' ORDERED at Ihe Courthouse in Hade Countv Miami. F'lorlda, this 10th day of F.bruary. F: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court ByM. C. (1REEN Deputy Clerk .Seal) BEN FJSSEN Attornev for Plaintiffs NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS JUAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Olid. 1 signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 1.11.1. IF: RPBIN, at KM; Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Intends to registei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County; Florida I.II.LIE RPBIN. INC. BERICK, SHAPIRO FRIED Alt..ii,. > :.„ Apillicant 120 Lincoln ltd 2/27 1/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tin undersigned, desiring to engage in business uider the fictitious name of WOW TERRACE A.PARTMENT8, at -11 PannsjJvanla Avenue, Mn l...nh, Florida, intend to register s.-,i,i name with the Clerk of the Circuit f ourt of Mad,County, 1 1 id 1 SAM MCI. I.MAN v ..., ROSE lll:i.I.MAN SHE1NER sk'PIBLER Attorneys foi Applicants 302 Rop.-i P.ulldlog. Miami, Florida I h13-2(I-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE £. L S V F NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 134EM [HVlNU SATES, Plaintiff MA1.LY SACKS, Defendant SUIT .F OR DIVORCE TO: MALLY SACKS, 21* Delancey Stieet, New York City. N.Y. You are hereby notified that a Bill of 1 oiuplaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a ropy of vour Answer Or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the nlaintifY's Attornev, ^•"WDFJRICK N MAItAM. 424! I^p.oin Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file rhc original Answer or Pleading hi the office of the Crerk of the circuit Court on or before the 17th day of March. 19j3. If Vou fail to do so. judwmeiit In default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once ea.h week for four conse. utivi weeks In THF: JEWISH FLORIDIAN DoNF: AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this lTtii day of F'ebmary. A.D. l-.Vt. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad. County. Florida By i: II RICE, JR. fClrvuli "-.ii t s. all Deput) Clerk F'REDERICK N BARAD Vti %  ej for Plaintiff 120 Lin. ...i. Road M .. ii Bea< h," Florida 2 20-27 :: S-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAIWE LAW NOTICE IS HEKEBI OPVOM ",tt the undersigned, desiring to engase 111 business under the fictitious name of F'LORIDA -Ki:*b D K.i I T \V O ,1 I. S 1 ruins, |02.'i N ty. SSth Streel ami, intends to registei said with the ci.rk of the < Iln ull Cou I '. ile County, F'lorlda. BF:RNAR|I KLIN. ,. VVF; IN STEIN. WEINST1CIN & UI:INSII;IN Vttorfleys lor Applicant 120 Lincoln R id fl 3 8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai the niderslgned, desiring to engagi business under the fictitious nann ul ';RF:I:N s PARKTNO LOT, at rv\ \ W. 2nd A\e., Miami, Fla., Intends to said name with the Cl. the Circuit Court of Mad. Con i%  • Ida. l.Eo 1: COHEN MICHAEL U ISENBERU Utornej roi Applicant 1107 Biscayne Building 2. 11-10-* :; i, — .—^ IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. -No. 55295 OENERAL FINANCE & SMALL LOAN CORP., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Ull.1.1AM .1 SIDDERS and MARY JANE SIMMERS, Defendants. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM .1 SIDDERS and MARY JANE SIDDERS 'Residence: Cnknown You are hereby notified that a suit for the recovery of monies due and owing on promissory note has been filed against you, and you ai e hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Civil Court of Record, on or before the null day of March. 1S.">3; otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will be tak. 11 as confessed against you. Dated this l"th dav of F'cbruarv. 1933. W, CECIL WATSON. Clerk of Civil Court of Record By /s/ R. P. De WANO, I icputy Clerk (Seal) QEORQE J. TALIANOFF Attorney at Law 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 2'13-20-27 — 3/6 NOTICE .UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engacrc in business under the fictitious naiie •! ROY'S SlloES. at 1436 N.W. 7th Ai enue, Miami, Fla intends to regot said name with the Clerk of the Ciicult Court of Dade County, Florid 1 JACK COHEN MARRY B. SMITH. ESQ. Attorney for Applicant 3.10 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fis 1 /30 2/i1 3-2ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that l/leundersigned, desiring to engag business under the fictitious nan PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, at ti7 !•:. lit Avenue, Hlaleah, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the %  of the Circuit Court of Dade C. Florida. ALBERT LEVITE, Sole o PA 1. LOT. SILVER & MPI.I.OY Attorneys for Applicant "<>I4 I11gral1.ini Bldg. 2 >'.-13-2" 27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN l lathe undersigned, desiring to engage 111 business under the fictitious nan >i \.E MOVING CO.. at 2136 N.W Jim Ave intends to register said 1 line with the Clerk of the Circuit CJUI'I of Dade County, Florida. PALM, BERLIN *2/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MILDREDS, at SIS Collins Ave., Miami Bench. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DINAH WoLDER 2 20-27 — 3'6-13 •NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,, NAME LAW NOTICE is HF:RF:BY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 111 business under the fictitious name of ALSTEVE APARTMENTS, at S21 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beacb. intend to register said name witK th*. Clerk of the OaTOOlt Court of Dade County, FJfrida. •SM 1' F;L X A N O W I TZ MOL i,YT A NO W fTZ KOV.NKR & ,MAVNHF:IMF:R Attorneys for Samuel A: Molly Yanow Attorneys of Samuel Mollv YaOowlts 2/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fivtjtioiis name of THREE CAPTAINS r.SITKRIF:s. at 17S1 S.W. Mh Street. Miami, Intend to register said name with the PTeYk of the Circuit Court of Mad, County. Florida. BERNARD TRACHTRNBERG ALLEN DENN 2 1-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE I.awieiiie C.illard is no longer connected with the Three Captains i-'ishBERNARD TRACHTBNBBRG and ALLEN DENN, Owners i-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 2401/ RE: ESTATE OF ANTHoNY SICO, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given II. • %  have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as A istratiix de bonis non of Hie ..f ANTHONY SICO, d. cased 1 1 he 2nd day f March, I will apply to the Honorable \\ F BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of M ii final report and for final disc as Administratrix de Is.ids non 1 Estate of ANTHoNY SICO. de. • • This loth day of January. 19" 1.. p'lSK Bl< HARRY ZCKERNICI Attorney for Administratrix de Bonis Non 42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. F'.i 2/6-13-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANP FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1563/2 PAUL Ml CANDIA, Plaintiff vs. LL'CY DI CANDIA. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LUCY Dl CANDIA. 9 Mom % %  Street, New York 2, New York. you ARF: HEREBY NOTIFIKO that a Bill of Complaint for DIMV % % %  • has been filed against you in ihe gbovS entitled cause and you are by required to serve a copy of ) tut Answer to the Bill Of Complaint on the Plaintiff* attorneys, and file th. 1 Ig Inal In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th da) of March. 1953, otherwise a Decrvo Pro Confesso will be entered agaanst. you. • This, notice shall be published once each week for foui" oonsecutlwB weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. 1IATF:D at Miami. Florida, thiilay of January. 19".3. E B. LEATHERMA:.. Clerk of Circuit Court By: M. C. C.RESN J Seal) Deputy Clerk lALJ.OT, SILVER MCIJAiY Attornevs for llalntlff. X04 Ingrahum Bnildrng, Miami. Florida. 2'-13-20-27 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Thm Jsiwlgh Floridian foBctta your lxjal nonce*. W • apprwcicrt* y o a f gj* O iT^Iar ^n ^ KX TX^* CTU^D i-iXsV* It** occaroto %  •rvlcw al Ugal ratM. 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PAGE 9 A Plans [Dinner Ll dinner of the prokfiOO Medical Center fey the City of New fyiiva I niversity will i a > night, April 5th. -press Hotel in Miami lent of the affair was Jby Samuel C. Levenflliams Apte, co-chairSouth Florida camly I)r .loseph Lookbi of the National bimittee of Yeshiva. is in Miami Beach letails of the dinner. nedical center, which adjacent to the new Jronx Hospital, is the arian medical school ed under the auspicvish community," Dr. |d here. Manning to have an (national speaker ad nner." Dr. Lookstein lintcd out that 500 perected to attend this Dn and that the Emroom is the largest lech. will be a KosherDver dinner. )npowcr Heart I rqent equate volunteers to latic canvass for the iFuml this week led airman Paul Walker jir.cn; appeal through per-ons to mail in s. Conducting this camlimited manpower," 'and surely many sted in giving have led. p;'!i!i trite to say we Rhen we will become I heart disease, but we [off the fact that it |inwn lives than any on.' fced the public to mail Iressed to The Heart Florida. WKWAY Sl^Tnte Combed wSV" S *%*"**** Division meet wi,h Chairman Ben Clein (seated center) ,o plan parphaS o?he 1953 SamjSgn ApP8aL ^ mSe,ing WQS he,d a the C en,er as &* aot unde !" Y ** 'he door-.o-door Monticello Park Pnrim Fete To Highlight CJA The Ladies' Auxiliary and the Men's Club will join with the Congregation of Monticello Park in sponsoring a Purim Festival on Saturday, February 28th, at the Center, NE 164th Street and 11th Avenue. The evening is being dedicated to the Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Cantor Mordecai Haalman. of Hollywood, will read the Megilah. Rabbi David Shapiro, former UJA State chairman in Wisconsin, will discuss the needs of local Jewish organizations and of Israel, both beneficiaries of the funds raised through the Combined Jewish Appeal. Dr. Chaikin Speaks To Dental Fraternity Group Dr. Bernard Chaikin. periodonist, of Boston, Massachusetts, was guest speaker before the Greater Miami Alumni Chapter of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity at Mount Sinai Hospital last week. Dr. Chaikin is on the staff of Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. His presentation covered various phases of gum disorders and treatment. — %  — -.. DSHER Wholesale 2nd St.. Ph. 9-0968 INRAYPARK |EALTH RESORT om-sANrumuM i tor. tmmummm I. R. Goodman Group Of Hadassah Listed The Miami Beach Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will henceforth be known as the I. R. Goodman Group, according to an announcement this week by Miss Frances Lebon. president. The move to change the name of the organization came at a recent monthly meeting here. The late I. R. Goodman was founder of the American Christian Palestine Committee. He was a member of the National Executive of the Zionist Organization of America and president of the Zionist Council of South Florida. True Sisters Piek New Offit*ers True Sisters, Incorporated, installed officers last week at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Named president was Mrs. Ted Goldstone. Mrs. Louis Michel, national president, and Mrs. Hortense Schlesinger, national vice presii dent attended the ceremony. Other officers are the Mesdames Henry Sisorak, monitress; Harry Greene, vice president; Moe Sigelbaum, recording secretary; Malcolm Roth, corresponding secretary; Julian Rickles, financial secretary. The Mesdames Merwin Roth, treasurer; Arthur M. Stone, monitor; Fred Fuller, Warden; and Lawrence Friedman, guardian. The social and philanthropic fraternal organization was founded in 1846. Suntag In Confab On TEP Convention Sidney S. Suntag, executive secretary of Tau Epsilon Phi, national collegiate social fraternity, visited Miami Beach on Saturday to formulate plans for the annual convention to be staged here in December. Suntag conferred with Convention Chairman Burnett Roth; Leonard H. Glasser, president of the TEP Alumni Association; and the committee chairmen throughout Sunday. He also visited the Tau Xi Chapter oMhe University of Miami dur ing his stay. Monticello School Children Will Mark Purim Congregation Monticello Park Sunday School children will present, A Queen's Story, by Jack Begler, on Purim, Sunday, March 1st, according to Morris Datlof, Education Committee chairman. The leading role of Queen Esther will be played by Rose Levine. Also in the cast are Jack Wasserstrom as King Acheshverus. Jacob Begler as Haman. and Michael Jacobs as Mordecai. The commentary will be handled by Ronnie Drucker. LEGAL NOTICfc MrTCMR&wr III rtCHT IHYWIC^, 6O0O •**• TO ^ff* E INSTANCE COMPANY M., MIAMI 32. Ft* "ESlDENCf 673586 NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 29204-B In Be: KHTATK OF KTHKI. SKYMOI'H. I>..iae. 1S.1.1. HKNN'IK HOSKN, As the Kxerutor of the Last Will and Testament of KTHKI. SKYMOCH. Deceased H Kit MAN COHBN Attorney for Executor • 2/27 — 3/6-13-20 |* \'ew CAMP OSCEOLA % ritback On Mill. River A Silver Lake Hone Shoe. North Carolina Riding Private Lake — Swimming Pool r Her ,d 5U • Raaldant Phy.icl.n and Nur.. nr %  '• %  M -*B, # ••"•' 8ilV,r %  •• L -'lr *ve„ M.B., Phone 84-9121 Limited Enrollment ENTION: Mzations Clubs Sisterhoods tARGE SUMS FOR YOUR TREASURY ^^OrgonliattoB. an alr.ady raising larg. •m r % i h#lr *" W| with our lwlp at no IBBB ^ ORGANIZATIONAL FUND RAISERS. w and w. wUl a*plai. ou, plan to you. 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PAGE 10 B jj&istl&Zi&L FRIDAY. 'EBRUi Beach Branch Groups Schedule Affairs To Mark Purim; Slafe Dances, Contests The Teen Age C!ub of the Beach Sunday. March 1st. at 1 p.m. Branch. Greater Miami Jewish A complete cold butt I dinner Community Center, are prepanns will be served b) the HorteaO)m for the annual teen age Pur.m Carmi t ee under the chairmanship 01 nival scheduled for tomorrow evMrs Don Kaminskj ening, February 28th. 7:30 p.m. A 1>unm skit, written and di Proceeds will be turned over to re cted by Frank Tepper and teathe summer camp program for tU ring Mr> Battle \ HerU ana needy children in the Beach area. Harry LeviM "ill also be present Participating clubs will retain the e d. profits from their own booths and Mr < ( ;,. r -hon Miller, dramatic will be urged to make their own coach for (ne Beach Branch, hacontributions to charity. announced that the Center's Or;. Special features for the evening matic Group will produce two playwill include a puppy award, a freak this spring The first pla> iSUDshow, a Purim Queen contest and way Rhapsody, written by Proles over twenty amusement and re freshment booths. Beach clubs participating in this sor Sam Hirsch of the l ; niv.-r-it> of Miami The second play. Don Juan In Heacn ciuos paim %  <""* • %  • %  ; i IIC .'"" r—. • event are Keystone, Rebels. Satans. j Hell, is by George Bernard Shaw Lancers, Chancellors. Knights, Mu j c ast j ng f 0 r the two plays uill Sigs. Viking and KAT boys' clubs ^^ on Tuesday evening. March and Amicus, Sigma Lamba Sigma. 3rd 830 pm at t he Beach Alpha Beta Kappa and Gamma Tau | Branch Tae Young Adults of the Center are sponsoring a Queen Ksther Contest scheduled for March 8th Delta, girls' clubs. The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Beach Branch will celebrate Purim with a banquet-dance on GORDON ROOHNG AND SHEET METAL WORKS H.T. yeu. re# rapel'ee new: t— •111 Hi en • "• '*•* ta *** "111 ln4l Av.nu. 'HONI mm NOW OPEN THE NEW O'CONNOR & TINDER GOLF RANGE 8300 S.W. 8th ST. T-mumi Trail) • New Golf Bails and High Grade Clubs for Your Uie • Excellent Lighting for Night Practice • Complete Line cf Golf Mdte. m Our Pro Shop • Golf Lessons by 8 Tinder. Bob Tmder and" Chuck Wilson Open 10 A.M. To 11 P.M. The contest is open to all >oung women, according to Mrs Jack Begler. supervisor Pictures must be mailed to the Young Adult Committee, with the age, name and address of the contestant, before March 5th Committee members for the I dance are Sheldon Stedman. Ros anna Cohen. Gene Shane. Paul Mendelsohn. Rosalie Berg, Al Roth I enberg. Al Samet. Jules Vogel. 1 Marilyn Sherman and Norma I Green Pythians Hear Talk On New Boys' Town Maccabee Lodge No 182. Knights of Pythjas. met on Tuesday even ing at Castle Hall. 6500 North Mi ami Avenue Ben Goldberg spoke on: The Town Of Little Men—the Knights of Pythias' home for orphan, de pendent and delinquent boys — which will be located here in South Florida MAHISCHtwin This Symbol is **-" „, STRICTEST KASHRUTH 0 ,,d FINEST QUAUTT! MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phono 87-8201 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS furniture Topa. Bereled Mirron tad RatilToring Our Specialty IA (.. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8ih St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN IRV/.YG GORDON General Repair on all Make Truck, and Cara Electric and Acetylene We'.dlnf COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repair, and Painting Free Plck-Up and Dallrery — Wracker Servl.e Phon., I-M44, 2-652 40 s w ,,„ g Orthodox Rabbi Dr. J. H. Ralbag. has mada a thorough inspection of the pkmt wi sweet Prune Juice and Mott's Apple luice are produced. On the basis of his fint^ Ralbag has issued his certification that Sunsweet Prune Juice and Mott's Appl, j^ sUictly Kosher for Passover u-e even by the most Orthodox. Both of the above-oojsij are produced by the most modern methods, with the greatest care as to quality jgj, All the laws of Kashruth are observed strictly in the production of these juicei. T* and f;ne flavor cf Sunsweet Prune Juice and Mott's Apple Juice are known in )** where they are enjoyed often. The two photos abore show Rabbi Ralbag. of Com, Ohav Sholom. New York, accompanied by Arthur J. Flume, manager of the DufMfcj. in Voorheesville. New York, inspecting the production of Sunsweet Prune Juke gejApple Juice before issuing his Kosher-for-Paseorer certification. Rabbi Ralbag of the Agudath Ha'Rabanim. [ uai ^OUHJVH-I *SK t\Tn' irtn 4abbt Joawoh E. 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There's Sfl *N -iOffc *Dade '*btoi? i bos THREE OFHCES ta serve yoa. Al offices a*** 1 • A.M. te 3 P.M. Weekday* .. 12 Nees SaW*T" ear Iraech affkes are aaaa each fVrday Eveshf 7)ade 7 !^*dS t TAMIAMI MUNCH MAWNOPPICI *T4 R.* Ulf S.W. Mb. 41 NX let A-* OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 45 MILL 10



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Reach Toward 1953 Goal As fells Of Near-Top Tally Reports I > \Doeal prospect cards have been assigned to / c "' „ %  hnuse contributors in the Greater Miami area, fcm.nced by Seymour Rubin, chairman of the Apartof Miami Beach Chairman Daniel Broad, the Idircction been divided into Las with chairmen ch section for the filing each apartlani and owner. AsL Beach campaign [„... Schatzman and en t house owner to .rccnl coverage of In is Aaron Newman L with Ben Katzen [ween Jefferson and [venues, from 15th Lin ltoad. r .. ..,.,< on MIMJ f. h SMirinan and t/,' .-.., h area; Bam I .' R„ad to r. fr. r ... i M,s PK" ill Mrs Uual€ < loiclfc,v*l\an a Avenue i<> K .,,.„..„. from Alton v ,. .,,„.. between II .i.i. Rnbbl _.,n in (trean. ,, .. ...: i; Albert 1 .. inn to IVnn• en Mb and Meridian t<> %  ,-. n Hill .""I in !••'. from II ,ti. lilnei'li Mi.Mam iif I • Washington :l!lll Kith I • >m the Bay I3th Strict SI Iney KnlilnIIIMII i: .1.1 i" wean, r Boulevard; I %  .•.,!. ncton Avi ... %  %  • Lincoln Road M \\ llllam I •. :i.'il In 4lHt IHI %  i 'rivianil liver all of Normandy ncenlrated drive are Gordon and David Airmen for the Surfbe Mrs. George Enbavid Konhauzer. larca is headed by coKurman and Harry spon^ihle for coverBent houses in town Eilman, Mrs. Edward Ella G. Curry. HerMrge Miller. Mrs. Ida i Carl St-alander. than SI5,000 of new fcrtef' at the second on pep rally, Chairtiman announced that ^des Division had exrcent oi its campaign Wes business men's [by Nat Winokur, re! than one-half of the were covered and $2,000 received at neetinw. Retail Stores kw covered 55 percent and Building Trades, nil Gould, has passed pf iti|iiota with many it gifts in this unit still to be contacted. Top trades units are Real Estate and Insurance and Finance. The 1 latter group has reached 81.9 peri cent of its quota, exceeding the Real Estate Unit by fhe slight margin of .9 percent. Personal Services Unit is now at the 75 percent mark, having raised more than four times last year's amount, it, was announced by Chairman Al Hirsch. A meeting of the Food Unit was held on Tuesday, at the home of Chairman Melvin Wei'nkle to plan their traditional dinner affair in behalf of the Combined. Jewish Appeal. Tentative date has been set at March 10th or 12th. Among the key workers who attended the second trades pep rally were Leo Ackerman, Sholem Altschuler, Henry Berg, Leo Chaikin, Al Constantin, Albert Cornfield, William Edelstein, Paul Galbut and Al Hirsch. Also attending were Arthur Kahn, Aaron Kanner, Dr. Maurice Kleinman, Aaron Kravitz, Rabbi j Samuel M. Machtei, Joseph Mech-1 low. Frank Seiden, John Serbin, Al Sherman, Lee Simkins, Lou Suchman, Sam Taran, Jerry Stern, William Weintraub and ,A1 Weiss. Dr. Alisa Eskol. noted lecturer and writer from Israel, spoke before a group at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H y m a n Coverman on Wednesday evening. Known as "Israel's most captivating goodwill ambassador," Dr. Eskol surveyed present conditions in the new state and told of the acute austerity program which exists for the average family. During her brief Stay in Miami Beach. Dr. Eskol will continue to address rallies and workers groups of the Combined Jewish Appeal in this area. Charles Fruchtman, chairman of the Winter Residents Division of. the Combined Jewish Appeal, announced at its weekly meeting on Thursday that the unit had attained 72 percent ot its 1953 quota. $290,000 was set as the Division goal. Chairman Fruchtman announced the appointment of five additional members to the Winter Residents Division. They are William Agranove, George F. Franklin, Nathan Kushin, Oscar Mamber and Oscar Sindell. All are actively engaged in covering pledge cars in the Greater Miami area. Welfare Services Unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal are guests of Mrs. Harry Gordon, chairman (stand left), at a cocktail party held in her home. Representatives of all local agencies attended the fund raising event. Shown seated (left to right) are Mrs. Maurice Pearbtein; Alisa K. Eskol, Israeli author and lecturer; Mrs; Mary Aronson, Jewish Social Service Bureau; Sam Gertner, executive director, Mount Sinai Hospital; Mrs. Gertner; and Mrs. M. Gettinger and Max Gettinger, Community Planning director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Rear row are Mrs. Harry Gordon; Maurice Pearlstein, executive director, Jewish Home for the aged; Sam Heiman, chairman. Trades Division; and Mrs. Seymour Samet and Seymour Samet, executive director, Southeastern Region, American Jewish Committee. Not shown in photo are Albert Comanor, executive director, Jewish Social Service Bureau; and Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Bureau of Jewish Education. DOG RACING NIGHTLY (i \ii\tt Sunday) Mrs. Glasser Is Named To UJA Post Mrs. Louis Glasser. of Miami Beach, has been appointed to serve as a member of the Executive Committee of the United Jewish Appeal's National Women's "Division during the 1953 UJA nationwide campaign, it was announced this week by Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the UJA, and Mrs. Albert Pilavin, chairman of the National Women's Division. A leader of local and national philanthropic affairs, Mrs. Glasser will join with other outstanding women from all parts of the country in organizing women's group activities designed to help raise maximum sums toward the $144.524,250 needed this year for Israel and nearly 500,000 Jews throughout the world. Mrs. Glasser served here last year as chairman of the Metropolitan Division of the Community Chest and was recently awarded a i citation by the National Conference I of Christians and Jews for promoti ing human relations and good will. In addition to her work with the 'National Women's Division of the UJA. Mrs. Glasser is a member of the United Nations' Speakers Bureau, vice president of the Mount Sinai Auxiliary and a member of the Board of the Urban League. She has also served as a leading figure in the work of major Jewish organizations here, as president of the Miami chapter of the American Jewish Congress, secretary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and in other key posts. She has also been chairman of the Miami Beach Cancer Drive. F3^ H 0 ROW ITZMARGARET E N M A T Z O H S Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC 14 N.E. 24th St. Miami 37. Fla. 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Jewish Women Will Observe Council Sabbath i Beth Jacob Sisters Slate Fund Project Mrs Louis Sh.nfkm. president of the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob I'oni gregation. outlined plans for future activities at a meeting last "Js; *jj During the next two weeks, the Greater Miami Section. National Wednesday Council of Jewish Women, will join A humorous skit. The Doctor, in the nationwide observance of was presented The Mesdames Council Sabbath. Samuel Klein. Abraham Bergman Mrs. Morris Burke. Contemporand Moses Mescbeloff took leading ary Jewish Affairs chairman, has Pats. announced that local synagogues A card P ar,v m lhc s '"' lal Ha Mill participate in the program.' 0 Mar( h 11,h wlli •*' ,hl next Council members will address var-' f und raising project of the jroop, • i ii &....a ...III K.. lk. !,!. |..mor *h Council member ious congregations, on the subject. Council Activities In Relation To Jewish Life Four synagogues will observe the Hostesses will be the Mesdames Morris B Frank. I.eo Meyer, John Starr. Jack Wuchcr. Malvina Schwartz and Harry Shopiro The Sisterhood will be hostess occasion on February 27th. during Tne Sisterhood will be hostess regular Friday night services. I at a Purim Party for children of. Speakers will be Mrs. Ben Zion ,he da lv an<1 Sunday schools of Ginsburg. at the Miami Beach Jew Be ,h Jacob on Sunday. March 1st ish Community Center; Mrs AlexA program of song and humor will ander Robbins. at Temple Beth' e presented by the pupils The Sholem: Mrs. Sam Silver, at the Mesdames Aaron Weingarten. Rose Coral Gables Jewish Center: and' Hayes. Anna Berow. Abraham Mrs Nathaniel Levin, at Temple I BerRman and Samuel Klein will be Israel. in charge of refreshments BenjaOn March 6th. Mrs. B. F. Bresm i n Kamonetzky. education direr lauer will speak at Beth Da\ id Ccn ,or will supervise the program I'uriiii Program On .!<*%% isli Hour A special Purim radio program will be presented on Sunday by ? the Jewish National Fund Council % Solomon Lobel. president of Young Israel Synagogue, ia shown abo Law from Morris and Louis Gordon, New York industrialists and M V8 C j, CC *P till 9l brothers presented the Scroll la.t Sunday in memory of their moSrT?? died in 1946. %  "eua M. gregation Yiddisher Forum Observes Purim Der Yiddisher Forum will cele•• %  > ••• %  • % %  ....>.•.-. u,... v......^.. brate Purim during its weekly Recording to an announcement bymeeting on Saturday evening. Rabh Moses Mescheloff. Council March 28th. 815 pnv.'at Kneseth President. Israel Congregation. Jan Bart will be featured on On the program are Max GleibJacob Schachter's Jewish Hour erman Max Astor. Rose Shoshano, fr m noon '" 2 p.m He will pre NTami Convalescent Home Spec aliing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III. 24 Hour Nursing Scry. it' Special Diets Strictly ObservedPrivate and Smi-Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN. Director 135 S.W. 12th Avenue Phones 2-6437 and 9-0278 and Sholem Perlmutter Pro<*dK .< To Israeli Children sent a number of Israeli and Yiddish songRabbi David Shapiro and Mrs Saul Ashkenazi will bring a message of Jewish National Fund achievements in Israel. Pioneer Women. Club No 1. held The Jewish hour is a regular a dinner meeting last Wednesday'feature of station WMBM every evening at Congregation Beth Tfii Sunday afternoon. ah — Chairman of the affair was MrNew Officers At Flagler Louis Beckerman Hostesses in I. Fisher w,II be chairman of the e i.nn'u m '', K ~' ,U 'L Yaf "UtaNGwuHta Jewish Communi e. M,„nie Bower, Rose Rosen ity center Religious Committee, acP orZ :' nr> "\ s. 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PAGE 10 A rjenistncrkfar ttvdvui Femimred In Schumann Jean Bedetti %  isl ti acher ello and chamber mush at University of Miami Schi f Mus ic will apr* ... nl n a u on Fridaj evening \1 irch 8th, 8 30 p.m. Mr. Bedetti appei • tt* .N ks ago with the B iston Symptom) Orchi stn I which h.was : -: 'cellist for many years, in two lerformances ol ;h.' Schu i ello Com For hi: evening Mr Bedetti has chosen the Boccherini 'Cello Concerto in H flal Major !l< will be ao IJ .i string quartet composed ol Edwin Grxesnikowsk Roland \ mos, violins Barbara Winston /iola; and John Rabe Steele 'cello Mao to be performed are the. Kncoco Variations by Tschaikowiky; Vocalist' by Rachmaninoff; .ind Dragonfly bj deLune with Jos eph Tarpley at the piano __^__ Featured on Mr Bedetti > pro gram will be the first performance it ManaZucca's Sonata for Cello ind Piano with the compo>er at the :>iano T J„<. niuic nn ifnches 60 percent of its 1953 quota at a Combined F.wtoh Appeal G:an. Trades 1 j* ^ ^^ aim JgSm CO*%£&:* : ^ He.man. trades chairman; John S,rbin. Leo Chaikin and L/e S;mkins. FRIDAY. Israelite i Mark Pu^j Ust, moniaj| children ,, th > • >nler i, w E ; h 7 u ,libf ^ H h crt Becker u L | he Friedman Passover Institute At Gables (enter \ Paraover Institute will comprise the largest part of 'he forth coming meeting of 'be ("oral Gables Jewish Center IT A on Thurs da> evening. March 5th. at 8 pm. in Schulefand Hall MrSamuel Beckman. president Beach Young: Adults Hear NCCJ Panel Bob Stone, president of the Young Adult Group of the Miami .. ich Jewish Center, announces that a panel discussion on the topic One God, will hithliiht the pro for the next meeting of th<;• lo take place in the S f th< enter on W \' irch 4th, .i! 9 p m The will I* prese ti Sj th< Fh : aptei f the Ni ... Rabb Inn • r will int nsisting inning i. in \i CJ exi >r Dr klin W sidem md Deal I ill • iversit> o| Miami. 1 ,i it.'and • %  Zionists Hear Review | ... t evi .•'!' %  • : %  : Mr and %  i • Morrii S i • 132! S eeds t thi Zionist in i, Comi Home Auxiliary Marks Mvryvr The first anniversary ol th< jer of the Miami and Miami B \u\iliane> of the Jewish H (or the Aged wamarked yesterlay afternoon at the Algiers Hotel, according to Mrs Sol Silverman. president of the one year old Greatof the 1TA says that every" effort or Miami Auxiliary I has been made to include variety Tribute was paid to MrI.-idor in the Institute* program. ohen and Mrs Max Greenberg. Mrs Cohen was founder of the n IM. O.MJ p.m.. wiin a mils _^ — program featuring leading lUrim MilfJQi At North; include a presentation of the hisIon ol Passover on colored slides home and the former Miami Auxiliary Mrs Greeaberg a responsible for the formation of the old Beach Auxiliary Mrs Sidney Weintraub save the invocation during the .iffair bj Rabbi MornA Skop. singing of Passover tongl b) Cantor Irvine Robinson, a discussion of traditional Passover cookery by Rachel SkoD and the di-play of an authentic Passover dinner table North Shore J^, feature a Purim Sunday morniai, i the Religious Scinch Sponsors will ^ | sisting are the lrvin Sperling announced thlt 'J llovnrskv. Iromp ra f n v r ** ten *l enter in sJ_l \i Purlin Pete M s r ;m^ri. AibtJT The annual Beth El Purim Festi-1 Sund^'V*"! 11 '''' val will be celebrated on Sunday, f arch lw ". March 1st. 8:30 p.m.. with a musical artists. Participating will be Rebecca Boyarsky. accordion soloist, and Sheldon Frome. violinist. Manny Gates and his orchestra will provide music for dancing Prizes will be awarded for the most original i costume Sidney H. Palmer, president ofi F abric Harriet the Congregation, will act as mas-' L orraine Simkowto ter of ceremonies. Mrs. Max Rap-1 Stern paport ichairman of the affair. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer. Mrs. G. Solinger will' handle refreshments. On the committee are the Mesdames Palmer. Jennie Solinger. Anne Sands, Adolph Greenberg. William Swimmer. Sam Miller. Evelvn Jay. Sarah Zisman. Mildred j Stuffed Grow Schlussler and Ella Kaplan. | RESERVATIONHostesses re Mrs C lara Pepper .mil Mrs Fannie Pepper. Assist ing with tickets are Abe Pepper and Mrs Maurice W'eger. Mrs. S T Swirsk) is in charge of the pro gram I CAIRO m Kmmn fof jh I Shish Stuffed 11626 Alton Itti | "II yu t*'\ lib I I OPEN 11 A.M. TUl D. Rosner — Management GOOD HOTEL VUVU ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 43rd ST. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE Dinner Served 6 I P.M. For Phot* 51-1 Operation of an expanded receiving station for overseas cables and telephone messages was scheduled to begin this month in Tel Aviv, Israel, with the installation of powerful telecommunications equipment purchased in the United States. As a result of the new equipment, the radio center will be enabled to handle a fai greater flow of message than any past station in the new state. Air Ctnd'iltonti RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN THI ma IN KOSHIt POOM A Ur-iQuC D r 5 EpeDtlicwat TRADITIONAL /DAr MIGHT DlhHlli 2.50 UnnealKd Je., Sp.cuiti., *""" Hiihkj. Krcpiach DtllCATfSJtW TO TA*f H0M( 1141 WASHINGTON AVENUE Offiht City Hall CALL -am Hour, 11 : 3J m 3 p HOLLAND HONEY CAKES ARE DELICIOUS NO fAT 0> SVGA* USED IAT fOOD THAT IS *EAUY GOOD FOR YOU IN EVERT WAT BUY ONE TODAY !! D'Sfrifeufca' by Cochran Distributing Co. 161 N.E 30th St Triton Hotel Dining 2729 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI Phone lor Reservations — HU i4ir Conditioned — Eru-.n and I ionntag *flff3 Restaui 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. 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rrHBU AgY 27, 1953 SJMflMMttfcg PAGE 7B Obltaaries %  U JEAN OIEMAW Pfc,Mrs 'oan niemar. who ",',. %  cmah on February held on 1'ridgy. "^'•7 U.,rdn rWraJ £•£ ; nterment foHowjM in fc metery. Kabbl. Morrln A. hi I WO brothers. OSIAS LACHS levy 41)1 Street, passed wiy February 17th. ^v.ved by [,., „., one daughter Mrs. Lnwlti. nd two grandchlldPS51'jerry Berkowiti. FunLa were hold February 18th liaml Riverside. Interment s.nai Cemetery. IVING GREENBERO Alton ltd.. Miami Beach. .-.., He hid come from r>nv year WO. Surviving Bf. Mrs. Mary Creenberg; a .\i,. Lillian Mark. Miami %  n il -.on, Raymond, Los %  teach Memorial Chapel sent o New Y..rk City for servlbur..il. MRS. KATe SOLOMON •J, of Uuw Coiilna Av., Miami Beach .ur-.ir.-ii. lstn. Mrs. Mjio.in.n and her husband. Benjamin. Who survives, had bean annual vixitura to t.iis area for many yeara. Alao Surviving is a daughter, MTI. A. A. e..-nci. of .New ...*. maul Memo, .aI i.j,n Home aent the body to -New Yora for aervk-ea and burial. WILLIAM BURSTEIN who with hi* ni-.i'i-, Mark, i arlayed an Uiea into the nut(.>nv\ >de multi-mlilion u....... \v .,,„ ,., Syatem, Ine.. died Feb. lsto, in Mi aiiuti ttoopual, .Mi...... l.euj.i. Survivors include his wl.e, Selma. a daughter, a win and two giafara, all oi ->cw <~k. I'ba uo.., ..an _„.4. to New York fur scr.lces a.., a b .rial, lajcal ar, nn„.-i... nt.. *t. c ... c.i-.-e of Kiveralde Memoiiai inapel l,i MI' aim Beach. Forer Unvwling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late John H.; Forer. formerly of 1924 SW 21st Terrace, will Uke place Sunday, I March 1st at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebof Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Forer is survive* I by his son, Edward; a daughter, Winifred S. Marcus; two brothers and five sisters. Arrangements are | in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company; friends and relatives are asked to attend. I Baron Unveiling LEO MOSKOWITZ 70, a winter resident from New York City, dletl Feb. mh, at Miami Bench. '1 ue tuVMTSluS Mluinl Beach t.napel aent the oody to .New \o. K lor serv.cca ana burial. L RS JENNIE ROOT I* Shore Dr., Miami Beach. i.t'i She had come from CMi NJ.i seven yeara ago. i,, \liLeo Kowman, Mill, irvlvea her. Beach MeL,,„ i -.HI the body to Fhlla<• %  and burial. L MARIE SCHIFFMAN .is killed Feb. l.'.th In „„... accident while travelj-h Viruima with her husband p.. Mil ml. She was 49. Mra. had been a frequent visitor ,.,-. Miami area since ISIJ. | husband: a son Ber.,[ :. uf I.os Angeles; h.-r |.\iiIda Schulman. of Los Tthrei brothers, Harry Cohn, .-.I Sam and 1 Al Schul| t Angelas: and three I'mScbeiffer. of Miami I. •-. L.-viii.-. of Chicago, S.idelle Hchulman, of l>s Thi IMHI> was -..-ill in Miunder direction of Mi. i>iii H-eaoh Chaiiel. ESTHER JACOBS i SW Till HI iiasaed away I, I'. I.i ii. ry 17th. Sur•' %  daughters, Miss Y .ori Ma belle s hwarts and ...-. i licmains were rk Citj for services i I II,Miami RlVerQEORQE V. HART • r.' H*i ,. n ve.. H winter visitor from New York, died Feb. 17th. Riverside Chapel, Miami Beach, sent iiv uuu; to Niej luia city iui scrvPHILLIP FOQELMAN •>*. of i ...._ Saturaay. He came here eight years ago irom New fork, durviv.n* are i,ia wile, a son. a uaughter, turee hi others ana a slater. Services and buHil wl" be In New York. Gordon funeral Has l.l VataugrS n w-ai a. ,.,t ments. Kadi in.id Group Meets Thursday Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Women, will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, March 5th, 8 p.m., at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi David Shapiro will be guest speaker. A movie entitled, Hope From The Huleh, will be shown. Final plans for the Donor Dinner, March 8th, will also be made. The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Morris Baron, formerly of 7760 Tatum Waterway, Miami Beach, will take place Tuesday, March 3rd at 1 p.m. at the Workman's Circle Plot, Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr. Baron is survived by his wife, Minnie; a son and three daughters, all of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami M o n u raent Company; friends and relatives are asked to attend. Kooley Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Irving G. Kobley, formerly of 2135 N. Bay Road, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, March 1st, at 2 p.m. at Graceland Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating. Mr. Kobley is survived by his wife, Miriam; three sons, Richard, Dr. Donald and Stephen; also one brother, one sister and one grandchild. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company; friends and relatives are asked to attend. Chesed Shel Emess Party Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess will hold a membership tea party on Monday, March 2nd, 1:30 p.m., at Dora August Memorial Hall, according to Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Mrs. Jennie Gold and Mrs. Bertha Abramowitz will render several musical selections. Ccmcor Goal Is Set At $50,000 In Dade A goal of $50,000 has been set by the Dade County Unit of the American Cancer Society in its 1953 campaign, according to Dr. Cayetano Panettiere, Board chairman. Joe H. Adams, Miami hotelman, will head the drive for funds in a concerted cancer crusade which is scheduled to begin on April 1st. 0LOVON PUTMAN Ina Ave., Miami Mea.-h i. lurday. The remains lit I.. West Oranga, N'.J for I I> Dial. Gordon'! Miami .i in large*, Survivli i.. 11. of Maptewood, .daughter*, Mrs. Anita MMai i. HI Specter,, both %  %  • RS. lii \ [Y ik YETTA FRANK >-.ni !•: Miami Reach, Monday. The remains \. w Fork City for s.-rviinal. Cordon's Miami .' Home was in charge. her husband, I>avid: a ii)i (..ink. of Sycamore. .i Ightera, Mrs. Sarah Uoldle Sorrell. both MURRAY BROWN Cii \\ l-'l.ialer St., uho came ago from New York. ii. was an accountant lenibei ol ttie National Society \ nil. and the Florida nti Association. He was also *r of the |i-,wntown Syna%  include his wife, Jerry, of Miami, and "Hi.--Bervlcssj were held Riverside Memorial |*i'!i I. rial in Ml .sinal C'emei % %  •OLLIE FLEI8HER i Ave.. Miami Beach, Surviving are two M Mar) Diamond and P tash, and a sun, Daniel. >• • i a Beach resident .14 Memorial Chapel was ol local II ranuements and lal took place in I'hllaJACOB GREEN KW imh St a retired Jub•''• merchandise, died Feb. *a a winter visitor from I, N .1. Hurvivlna l-esidea his -i son. of I .akewood. %  >••' Mrs Betty MarBiilles. .vices were h.ld in i'hil• • Hibod) was sent by Ineial Horn,. [SAMUEL R. BROWO manufacturer of Miami 11 Ken nth. Mr. Brown. f'i Harding Ave.. came here a i fr.oii N.u York City. -I. hla ife. Lillian; three K iilnlph Hi..w.l. Mrs. Blos•' %  '" %  I Mrs Both Sheridan; Ma. k. Irwln and Balph • i %  r tndehttdoan, s--" %  l Frlda) in Riverside 1 nuiiel, with burial in Mt. i i. MRS. MOLLY BLUMENTHAL 76. of •- Collins Ave., uied Sat.ir.lay. A ..U..III1 i.-a.-n restaurant inauaKer many years, s.ie came heie IS years HKO from New York. She was a life member ol the Jewish Hume for the Aged, the Miami Beach Ifnai Brith loihre and the karband Labor Zionist order. Services were held Sunday In iiiv.-islue Aleiiiorial Cuapal, An..1111 i;.-acn. viitli burial in Mt. .Nebo Cemetery. MORRIS I. GLUSKER 76, of Miami Springs, passed away Saturday, Fib 21st, in a local hospital. Survived by hi., son. Kuaene, and three daughters. Dorla LaacbOW, Ann tilusker and Frances I rankel. Remains were sent to New York City for sei vices and Interment by The Miami Kiveralde. SELMA M. I.EVIU.5 :,s, of 3ll su'27th Lane, paaaed away at her residence Feb. 17th. Survived by her husband, Mauri, e. and two daiiRhters. Mrs. Victoria Feurman and Mrs. Joan Star. Keiuains were sent in N.-w York City tor scrvi-es and Interment by The Miami Kiveralde. MAX O. CARVIN 1401 Collins Ave.. Winter vDIt .r for the past 16 years. Father of.Barnett, of Miami Keacli and ll.-v.-re. Ma.-s.. William I... oi l:i ....Kin... Mass.; Dr. George E., of Btoushton, Miss.; and iiei.-n Levenaon, ... Miami; brother of Helen linden, of Chelsc.t. Mass. He was well known for past 14) yeara as a hotel and restaurant owner. Remains were sent to Boston. Mass for services an I interment by the Riverside Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach. MRS. MOLLIE EFSEROFF 78. ol LAJI Coiiins AV*., Salami Beach, mother of Morris Kfseroff. Irving Kfseroff. K-KIII i K. Tepper. Kthel Levlne. Betty Kabinowltx and i'hoebe Kaplan; and sister of Eva Gllenson. Mrs. Efaeroff was a life member of the Jewish Home for the Aged and a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, tervi.es were held at Itlverslde Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach, Sunday. Riibbl Irving l.chrman officiated. Interment was In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. AIMEE ESSMAN Wlnlcr visitor, passed away Saturday. Remains were sent to New York for sci vices ann interment by Beach Memorial Chapel. I % %  I -I.. • II I L' r : r 1 r t-ENRY SPEN >-*•'> Ave., Miami Beach, leli ITili The remains '• N a \ nk for. s.-rvl.-.-s • ich Memorial Chapel '•' He was a letil'ed nun: had lounded Henrv !"" %  >. In makers of '• a member of Hlbla' Masons, and Miami '" Surviving are his wife, Mrs, llm., Skrlll; Is nnd Sevmour; a and seven grandchild[MRS IDA GOLDBERG I "" III 11,-ir..,,.,,„. Ix>n 1 ,. .''" I dh The mother of • '•'.•.•'.. l"" th Terrace. an. sister of Mra. %  M ami Mrs. (!|d';•' In Miami Beach. land '"'"'"' l "" k l e ln JOSEPH R WOOLF ,, • Hh A... 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PAGE 6 A •Jml&BBd&HL Mrs. Rogers Is Guest Speaker At Torah Fund Brunch On March 5th Mrs. Sol Rogers, of Baltimore. Man land, national chairman of the Torah Fund, will be guest speaker at the Creator Miami Torah Fund Brunchcon scheduled for March 5th. 11 am., at the Hotel Algiers Long known as a civic and communal leader, she i> now directing the National Torah effort for 552 Conservative Jewish Sisterhoods affiliated with National Women's League of the Inited Syn agogue of America. I %  At the Biennial National Contne Gir | Scout council of Mary s vention. held in November in Phil niielphia. a resolution was approved that the 155.000 Sisterhood women would pledge to raise some leader of the North Shore Jewish Center Canter Edward Klein, of the North Shore Jewish Center, will cively engaged chanl ;ht ,„,,„,„.. Tho narratlon philanthropland for many years During World War II. she was a member of the Executive Committee Of the Women's War Finance Committee of the State of Maryland and was awarded a silver medal for loyal service from the I'nited States Treasury Department she is organiser and pasl president of the Seaboard Branch of National WomenLeague and is a life member of the Board of the Chizuk Amuno Sisterhood MrRogers is prominently affiliated with the Baltimore Community Cheat, Jewi-h charities. Red < ro-. and Negro college dn\eIn 1943. she was honored a< Baltimore's Woman of the Week At present, -he is a member of the Boards of the Baltimore Urban League and the Jewish Community Center of Baltimore and serves as chairman of the Youth Committee of the entire community, directing the recreational and spiritual leader Rabbi Abraham educational programs. M Cassel, prior lo his departure The musical portion of the pro f„ r f-rael gram will be a cantata. Torah — The Inheritance 01 Israel. b\ Rab hi Mayer Abramowit*. -pintual Photographed at a Bon Voyage for Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spiritual lead rael Congregation, prior to his departure for an extended tour of Israel are ( 3 Rabbis Moses Mescheloff. Shiman Weiss and Joseph Rackovaky. Siandin^u' 1 *' Samuel Clayman. Abraham Finestone. Rabbi Cassel. Rabbi Louis Cass*l cl 10 and Cantor Abraham Seii. Kncselh Israel Says Farewell To Rabbi; Leaves Kor Israel Kneseth Israel Congregation ten-i Bon Voyage dinner to its S2S : :-, n r. behalf of the '• %  % % %  1 •"• %  -. Seminar] in Abraham Fire-tone, vice pre-i dent of the ration, was V principal pnnc;: -: I iki rs was Rabbi Mos-' >', reati religious activW JI be read b> MrJack Klinger Beth I .. • %  ngregation; Rabbi lies A men'.'. | president of the Sisterhood there N cil Hj Frie! will be accompanist or %  •••• '•'• n • %  she served on the org : ..... ;: .=: s;cns nere. says Mrs. William Sharpe (sec kwfa* A !~ FES?* 0 th ? d0!,ed hne on the Combined lewtth Appea, Pledge Card. Following instructions at a ; e:s meeting of the Young Matrons' Division are Cleft) 0* Meadames Sam Goodman. Sharpe. Mel vin Weinkle and lay 1 Schwar.z. The Women's D.v.s.on has achieved 70 percent of it. quota according to a recent announcement by Mrs. Louis Giasser. chairman. Y Louis Cassel brother of the yuest of honor ^nd Saul Merlngoff, president of the O ngregation. Cantor Abraham Seif was in %  of entertainment Those participating included Hj Fried MrPaula Fried and Miss Marian' "" Cohen Lieutenant Jesse L. Simon, of Rabbi and MrCassel and Rab1325 Sorolla Avenue. Coral bi Louis Cassel departed on Sun Gables, has returned to his da) Februarj 22nd base in Sumter. South Carolina, from a weekend stay with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon. Lieutenant Simon formerly practiced optometry on Miami Beach and currently heads the Optometry Department of the Ninth Air Force, serving hospitals in Sumter and Alexan dria. Louisiana. His father is president of the Coral Gables Zionist District. It-rand Chief Visits Tempfcj The next regular I J ing of Roosevelt Tm^j Pythian Sisters. willU I March 4th. 8 p m.. at Jg)fj i Avenue. District Depot) Graif( Henry Creenbaum will official \ i-it to the Toad capacity. Mrs Grtrabaa] a member of Roosevelt 1 Going Formal? DER YIDDISHER FORUM jj SAT.. FEB. 28th. 8:30 P.M. at Kneseth Israel 14th Ploce I Euclid Avenue Miami B;a:h PL RUM CELEBRATION an Evening o' 0n' n th. H p!££r. 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BRUARY 27, 1953 + *<~l'tl nekton K PAGE 9 B MADE EASY "H^ Cilman BernOrd A. Frank accepts co-chairmanship of the |va Torah Vodaath and Mesivta Testimonial Dinner from Levinson, chairman, in the presence of Rabbi Pincus nan, Prsfessor of Bible and Field Director of the Yeshiva. Binner this year will be tendered in honor of Mr. and ^imuel Reinhard, active workers and founders of one of igesl educational and rabbinic institutions of learning at fate! Edward on March 15th. >klyn Dodgers To Invade Miami lium For 11-Game Schedule I June, 1951. two contingents of Israeli military men strode ) in review before the box of New York Judge Samuel Liebowitz its Field, the home of the Brooklyn Dodger Baseball Team. The Itingenta, members of the Misgachi and Haganah, were subk for the presence of Israel Prime Minister. David Ben-Gurion %  Id not attend. prin'.. Minister had to take home on the very after Dodyers returned from a limdwi tern ball parks, and |tary platoons, marching in British fashion, brought the eyes of the 30-odd baseball fans jamming %  field. Rudd, of the Dodger ProI Department, smiled grans he recalled the memor lernoon dedicated to the iBonds of Israel. Rudd has lies to tell about his favorIs who are pennant cham! the National League. Not ft amonj* them are anecout Jake Pitler, the famous I coach, who will not ap[a baseball uniform during i Holy Days and who rush|to the nearest Orthodox Ue to mark the occasions Hashona and Yom KipfBarber. our radio and telennouncer," Rudd recalled, le nation one year thaf uld not be with the team [of the High Jewish Holi[the lovable Dodger Bums to invade Miami in a 11 exhibition games. They f* into the Miami Stadium Way. March 7th, to oppose prn Braves in the opening the 1953 Spring training ly training at their Vero Published below is another in a series oj lessons in modem conversational Hebrew which will be published weekly by The Jewish Floridian. The complete series constitutes a course aimed at providing the fundamentals of the language as it is now spoken in Israel and is based on a textbook, Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spector, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over radio station WMBM on Sundays at 12 noon. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is conducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridia.i will provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course. And where is the salt and Ve-'ei-foh ha-m*-lah ve-hafaftMil iftW nb'KT PPper? pil.pcl? f "'* l P,ent y Yesh va-yesh .£} |£ Please bring me a cigarette Be-vak.-ka-shah le-ha-vi' li si-ga-ri-yah We have cigarettes for the Yesh la-nu gam si-ga-ri-yot a< ty bish-vil ha-ge-ve-ret Give me the bill Ten li 'et ha-hesh-bon Beach base, the Flatbush Bums are slowly rounding into shape for the 11 game schedule at Miami Stadium. Several rookies have already caught the eye of Manager Chuck Dressen, and with the recent acquisition of former Phillies ace pitcher Russ Meyer, the Brooklyn pilot feels his team has a great chance to cop the flag again this year. In addition to the Braves game, the Brooklyn Dodger schedule here includes: March 8th, Braves; Monday, March 9th, Phillies; Tuesday, March 10th, Phillies; Friday, March 13th, Yankees; Saturday, March 14th, Yankees; Sunday, March 15th, Yankees; Thursday, March 19th, Senators; Saturday, March 21st, Red Sox; Sunday, March 22nd. Red Sox; and Monday, March 23rd, Athletics. !Ya*atir l*r'M k iit. Biographies Off Jewish Musicians Morris Nasatir will present a short biography of Alexander 01shanetzki during his Yiddish Classical Hour on Sunday evening, 7 p.m., over station WINZ. Music by the composer will be included in the biographical presentation. This is the second in a series of Jewish Theater Biographies, according to Nasatir, director of the Yiddish Classical Hour. Thanks, waiter, the food is To-dah rab-bah, mel-?ar very tasty ha-Vchel ta'-im me'-od Thanks much, Sir and Miss, Todah 'ado-ni u-ge-vir-ti for the tip be'-ad ha-'a-na-kah Come again Bo-'u 'od pa-'am V^a mnap oj n"? & •??kn ,igft ,nf] rrrta nya ,'tfffl TTTU ,srrtn .oy$ Tiy wia We'll be seeing you tomorLe-hit-ra'ot ma-har row Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company, New York City. 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S^H [FEBRUARYjTjgS^ ^JmtMM^umwj PAGE 5 A >et VlP1l)4M Senator Herbert H. Lehr. Dr. Dov Joseph. Israel Cabinet Minister; and Senator P A. Taft. Bottom (left to right) art Israel Ambassador to ^Jnated States Abba Ebon; Henry Morgentbau. Jr.. chairf **• Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Organisation; V Dr. Nelson Glueck. president of the Hebrew Union ColpWkth Institute of Religion. British Approve Sale Of Planes To Egyptians Continued from Page 1 A in the House of Commons last week when the Labor Party, in a debate on the adjournment, denounced the Government policy. A series of Laborite speakers, led by Hugh Dalton. blasted the Govern ment policy and pointed out that the sale of weapons to the Arabs was likely to increase rather than to diminish Arab-Israel tension, j Dalton also expressed regret that j the Arab rulers refuse to enter! into direct peace negotiations with Israel. Minister of State Selwyn Lloyd said that Britain could not refuse i to sell jets to some of the Arab countries because this would mean repudiation of her treatv obligations to Iraq and Jordan. He argued i that aircraft sent to the Arab coun1 tries were not needed in Britain nor by any country affiliated with jthe North Atlantic Treaty Organization. He added that it was important for Britain to engage in the export of jets "if the country is to earn its living" since such export is of great economic advan tage to England. Opposition to Brifein's jets planes to the Arab countries was expressed durin gthe debate also by the Jewish deputies. J. Silverman and Barnett Janner. as well as by Michael Foot and Anthony Greenwood, all Laborites. Air Com, modore Harvey, Conservative depl uty, complained that some of the {equipment being sent to the A-ab j countries was of later design than ; the equipment used by some of Britain's own squadrons. Jordan Obligations Top British military and diplo1 matic officers meanwhile met with i Jordan government and military j leaders in Amman to discuss British "obbligations" to Jordan in re| lation to the present border difficulties between Israel and Jordan. the Times reported this week in a dispatch from the Jordan capital. According to the report, the par ticipants in the meeting included Sir Brian Robertson, commander of the British forces in the Middle East Sir John Glubb Pasha, commander of Jordan's military forces the British Ambassador at Amman, the Jordan Defense Minister, and the head of the British Middle East Office. After the conference, the Jordan Minister stated thet "the meeting was called for by my government We discussed the continuous Israel aggressions and the obligations of Britain toward Jordan, in accordance with the British-Jordanian Treaty." Continued from Page 1 A Soviet officials apparently discovered was a new threat to Soviet security. In Hungary, according to information received in Israel this week, Judith Steiner, 21, who had been employed as a secretary in the Israel Legation in Budapest, was placed under arrest by the Hungarian political police. She is a Hungarian citizen. Cut Jewish Ties An analysis of the Soviet antiJewish drive was made this week by experts attached to the National Committee for a Free Europe which maintains the Radio Free Europe transmitters beamed to the Iron Curtain countries. Developments behind the Iron Curtain, this survey reported, make it evident "that the Kremlin has grave doubts about Jewish loyalty to Soviet Communism and is determined to cut off remaining Jewish ties with the West." Removal of Jews from leading Communist posts and suppression of various Jewish organizations are two of the methods the Communists have used to curtail Jewish influence, the survey reported. "In carrying out this program, the Communists have not ignored the advantages of using Jews as scape goats for internal failures or as [tools in foreign policy; they ha\ not only played on anti-Semitic j feeling but have used them to ir I tensity the late campaign against the West," it declared. In a special report on conditions in the Rumanian Peoples' RepuK 1 lie, the committee declared thai %  the recent campaign against "co' mopolitanism bourgeois interns tionalism" and "Zionism" has "become a wholly anti-Semitic cam paign." The Rumanian Zionist leaders, Marco Beneviste and Jacques Kummer, are now under in j dictment awaiting trial for allege collaboration with Western intelli gence services, it reports. "Jews in Rumania are caught between two ffres," according to in formation reaching the committee "On the other hand, they are per secuted by the State, which accuses ( them of nationalist and Zionist sen 11ments. and on the other they 1 bear the resentment of anti-Semitic groups who blame all their ills o I the Jews. "Refugee reports indicate that 1 the removal of Ana Pauker an %  i other Jewish leaders from the RL manian Politburo (possibly anothemanifestation o f anti-Semitisn' I was welcomed with 'indescribable relief by the Rumanian Jewish community," the committee dii closed. Bomb Is Thrown At Red Club In Tel Aviv TEL AVIV (JTA)—A scare bomb was thrown into the headquarters of a Communist club here. It caused no casualties, according to overseas reports. Interior Minister Israel Rokach cracked down on the Communist newspaper. Kol Haam. He banned the paper for ten days for two violations of press regulations dating back to the British mandate and never before involved in the Jewish State. His ministry pointed out that an editorial on Kol Haam s front page on January 23rd. charging that American intelligence agents were appealing to unemployed Israeli false report which might cause panic. It also ruled that a translation of an editorial from the Soviet newspaper Pravda charging nine doctors, most of them Jews, with murdering Soviet leaders, had "endangered public security." In Parliament. Acting Premier; Pinchas Lavon told a Communist deputy that the government would not distribute Kol Haam in the army camps because it "supported the mean and horrible blood libel" that a "gang of doctor-murderers" identified as Jews had attempted to kill Soviet leaders on instructions from American intelligence agents. Refugees Escape Munich dispatches, meanwhile, quoted refugees who made their escape from Communist-dominated Czechoslovakia as declaring that Jews there are now afraid to leave their homes. Signs have appeared on public buildings, they said. %  which urge. "Hang the Jews!" and charge "The Jews are Ruining Czechoslovakia A Hungarian Jewish refugee who asked that his name be with-1 held said the "oppression of Jews in Hungary is now worse than it i was under the Nazi regime." "A black cloud of dejection and war has overcome European Jewry since announcement of the Com-. munist-anti-Semitic drive," Dr. A. j Syngalowski. head of the World; ORT Union, reported here this i week on his arrival from his Euro-1 pean headquarters. This, he said, "is particularly the case in Germany, including Western Germany, where signs of the death camps and scars of the Nazi extermination p r o g r am still abound. Speculation is rife on Moscow's motives, but I met no uncertainty as to the enormity of the terrible threat that now hangs over the heads of Jew* in Communist dominated lands. The effects are already felt on the whole continent. Reject Moscow Allegation NEW YORK (JTA) — The American Physicians Fellowship Cor' mittee of the Israel Medical As. ciation denounced the "incredible charges against Jewish doctors of Russia as a Communist threat against the medical profession" The resolution was passed unanimously by the executive of the 1 APFC. which represents 1,400 physicians in 33 states. The committee joined the Israel Medical Association in asking U investigation of the charges egaifl nine Moscow doctors, most I whom are Jews, by an International medical commission. Joseph Brainin. leader of the National Committee to Secure Jus tice for the Rosenbergs, issued a statement terming "fantastic" the Moscow charges against the nine doctors. He demanded that Most permit foreign observers to witness the trial of the doctors. He alsr ridiculed the Moscow charges that Solomon Mikhoels. former head of the Yiddish State Theatre in the Soviet capital, was involved in epionagc against the Soviet I'nion. The Jewish Community Council of Boston, in a letter to Henry Ca hot Lodge Jr., urged the head j the American delegation to the %  United Nations to protest against the anti-Jewish campaign of the Soviet Union. The letter denounced the Soviet s "cynical use of political antiSemitism" and called for a United States protest in the United Nations against "these ominous genocide threats." JTA Special POLITICAL PLOTTING: A warning that Germany is moving toward the Soviet bloc and is secretly plotting against the United States and other Western countries is given in a new book just published The title of the book. Germany Plots With The Kremlin, speaks for itself, and its author, T. H. 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-PAGE 2B + L~Utnrrfrfor 13mrf\ Mount Sinai Hospital Continues To Serve Outstanding Stars At 3rd Jubilee i Laugh riot! is putting it moldly. Anyway, the Vagabonds, the explosive geniuses of comedy and song, will be one of the many acts on stage for Jubilee March 5th. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Research Foundation Aided By Jubilee; Funds Used To Advance Medical Studies One 01 the many h. spital services to be aided by the Jubilee is the Mount Sinai Research Foundation Over the bridge and just in : f the hospit arch branch, where t Dr Maurice Lei %  • • carried i important I -. are on Ed Sullivan, cohunnist and latevision star of Toasl Of The Town, will be master of ceremonial at the Mount Sinai Jubilee on Hard 5th This last, Sullivan will bring with him several outstanding motion pieture. night club ra ijjn and television personalities who will Mrs. Jane Snetman. Committee. Miss vjj I roi ... ,„ ,K.. "fP" 1 • '•> %  %  "'••' Scl :n the there S '' thi project! ii process at pr %  f lh( ; % %  %  I: sl of arterio-sclerosis i r ol the arteries; investithe causes and preven6f pulmonary embolus; and various phases of heart disease The Research Department is only • efit by the Jub! el I Bank also l>cnefits as do the various instructional .. ol ol Practical Nursing and the terne train! :;im. AGVA Permits Stars To Perform The stamp of approval of the American Guild of Variety Artists Will he <,n each act appearing at n_„ Q URI, r "j] e Mount Sinai Jubilee next Pageant Will Feature Thursday night March 5th. at the Mount Sinai Contribution M T' Boach Auditorium S.na. Hospital to the Greater Mibaesaa? rf f charse pageant will he in MaXf T,m P ETlS!? Rrati,ude l M JUn < S Style and will ,a k e!h r p Tce o < iSS ^ ?* the usual speech In a hosniUrut Jn *"* fuU ho lUl tee Taking part in the Pa ,e ant n "S membor Will be actorfrom LvJSSR \ ''.'h ,; ,and,n8 With the cooperation of the ac tors and the hotel, radio and tele p tll(t. M %  Oravifi t Smii Hotpital Kally Told OS -Y*#f To Serve Sinai Jubilee Slated Thursday Continued from Pag* 1 A low hotel men. while Maurice Orovita is chairman of the Building Trades Committee. Dr. Stanley Frehling. chairman of the Physicians' Committee, re-t ports an excellent response to the hospitals only fund raising event Of the year from attending and, Mand a te physicians. Kntcrtainment is once again this year under the direction of Chair man Ben Gaincs. and Erwin Harden heads the Transportation Com mittee. Working with the Miami Beach police officials and memberi of the Hade County Road Pa trot. Harden will direct the arrival and departure of the various star acts in order to assure a minimum loss of time between the night clubs where they do their nightlv entertainment stints and the Auditorium. Many committee members have worked with the chairmen named All have been anxiously looking at the big seating chart which hangs in the Jubilee office, gratified as each new pin goes up. indicating one more seat filled and speculat mg on how long it win be before the blank spaces are filled. Different colored pins mark the different donations, and as the board get more and more colorful. the volunteers get happier. Each request for tickets, phoned in to 58-0433. means that the board is that 0 s *Ti" > • • ,, Mr. Chairman i chairman — Wiens — hani calling, sellings Jubilee ever sunfj announced for show to be hsidl the Miami Beech 1 The goal is SI cause is worthy. Schedule H For King I Professor Sim University of Miiail has announced trja 1953 Shakespeare 1'r.ima Department The The pageant, which will ill., no,eI radl and teletrate hospital serviceufnarf'J ^^T^ *** *"* ***** the gala stage show which w.lPfe. m* h Tu^^ appear on lhe ture a east of hundred, headed bv ^ h hc Jubile much closer to being filled h ii 1 fa y and c,,ck,ail Partvjand that the Jubilee is that much * nelc in the Memorial Room! closer to the $150,000 needed for! The trvouts will unt Sinai hospital on Tuaa•* %  important service activities. North Campus I unt^l T" Kt,ruar > 24,h Vol-I And the devoted workers dent I Wednesday ard Z1 P ?,?,"' Jubllec and Want their work to b* in vain! 4th and 5th. 3 pal Wi./J w'"^""sP'tal Women's, They-re working, hoping for and ; outs for those rf 'h.h.u^K bnt f ,aiks t>y looking forward to a sell-out house. I afternoon times si man Uonard A. Wi' %  up to the public YOU to' appointment en. Auxiliary chairman Mrs Louis I make sure that Krcnsky and Board of Trustees appointed, i resident Max Oroviu The speakers stressed the need for continued support of Jubilee m order to meet this year's coal Of S150.000 Visitors to ,* J£ P'tal saw the roll of honor listing he names of Jubilee sponsor, \Z sSo" ^ con,nbut d they're not disThe Blood Bank is one of the many *rvi~. i^ otod by the Thud Annual f-C^JfJ*** ? lucfc '^l he on March 5tb"~ !" Booklet Explains Hospital Services To Patients In accord w, th the latest tech"">ues ,n public rotations M 1, JtoaJ i.osp„ al now fl ,, U| ;, ,un ISvSSS^ -# %  as en: km *"' eXpUins the '''^rsteffgy *" the superSotti r^^wtaent o| There are openisRj and three BaM *J speare tragedy Tir members of the community other students, all reh night Kin*; Lear *ill | 13th through 25tB,_ Third .\nnul val i Blithe Spirit, f duction of the l" Ring Theatres WWI open at the ** March 3rd. for ances through >urAj TMttliHM5 C f The M,ph,-ted 1 Coward is under Charles PhiU ow Dr the cast are Bradman. Judith* Mrs. Bradman. •>• Edith. MaO Dw* catt. Majel H"^J Johnstone as Joselof a> Elvira Nick ,'hirtt| Count me in!" says lovely s ngor Hosalind Couxtright who wanta everyone to know that she'll be an hand far the hig Jubilee show March. 5th. **• kopae youll be tool Beth Davki Beth David W its annual P^<^

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t PAGE 2 A *Je*istnrM**VFRIDAY, Sand In Your Shoes Set Sunday Evening ^S/s"^" Vhraham Maloff "All original" will be the music, choreography, lyrics and drama for Sand In Your Shoes, first time cavalcade <'f Miami's pioneer days to V performed on Sunday. March 1st. 8:15 p.m.. in the Miami Beach .Auditorium The production is the fund raising project for the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Overall chairman is Mrs. Sylvia Chert\of. Written and directed by the Ring Theatre.Sam Hirsch. Sand In Your Shoes will unfold folktale. Pallet and choral music by Robert itrassburg who. since his arrival n Greater Miami two years ago, has produced two music festivals and 30 radio programs hero. The cast of soloists includes Mrs. David Driicker. John Burr. Norma Heill. LODis ('losser. the Bertie ng Benjamins. Alan I.umpkin d Laurel Rubin, with Irma hwar/ and I.enore Gaynor spotigbted in a twin-piano tea::: Also eatured iMiss Elinor Wils .'unior Choir of the Miami Beach Junior-Senior High Schi Original lyrics to the two theme -ongs. Sand In Your Shoes and The Good <>!.: Heading the dramatu Jane Fisher in her our. role a< Beach pioneer with Carl Graham Fisher; Rick Nelson .::'• %  : Emanuel Schrader as Henn M Flagler. Dorothv K Fink M Kn Flakier. Lynne i.e\ir: .,MrJulia D. Tuttle; Al Zie^er as James In graham: and Eddie Cohen in the role of his father. 1896 Miami pi oncer merch..' Cohen. Others In the acting company are K M • I -<'" Sheir. • : Lee Wick Barbai ^ .., .mi building of Za Jewi-h Center Relmiouwill be dedicated on SunMarch Ut, 8 p.m.. at the Center 44 Zamora Avenue. The dedication will be in honor k : -.,:,; ,1 Maloff, general There is no "overnight cure" for constipation! But there is a natural way to free yourself from harsh purges forever %  : %  *ND THF PROGRESS OF CO\STIPA 1 In-.. I ROM i)C( ASK,'. Al TO < >• vf mi v Tn rwmiMi / s HAST I \FH TO A_ U I UI.I.Y I ^REALIZED I \ 77. \ / BY THF WA) I HI Dli, I %  1 IVf M'' T IM l_S AH I si 11 YEAR %  H I R 17 AR H / H lRn\i. n Ri.. % %  1IVF COMPOUNDS—TOO V4777747 LAXATIVE HAR.: ro':.--.i... ... •, | 'overnight cure" f.,r tonatipatioa There is no such thing All I be eaten regularly to obtain the natural and lasting relief you are looking for. Eat Kellogg's All. Bran evenmommg for 10 days || youre no. piete.y satisfied, mail theei • ton to the Kellogg Company, Battle creek, Michigan -and .•• • your money I spent half my life looking for a cure for constipation. Alter 35 yeare I began •tKellogg'aAll-Brand ulj I I been bothered with constipation £te-K%£Caret Topham 300 W. ShenhardStree Sagmaw :t. Michigan Xatural laxative cereal S. el. Freedmaa A M. Rephrjn HEBREW BOOK BTOHJE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Baach Between Fourth and Fifth Sta. Hebrew Rettgloaa SuppUae For Synaaoguea and Private Use. AJao for Hebrew flch on l a. DnCD 1310 TeUphona 5-t017 AT$. ROACHES. m. 'MEMBER OF ta Call 2. manager of Food Fair Stores of da Incorporated Maloff is one of the founders >ol thtZamora I '-nter and served • .den' for two terms Guest -: • iker at the dedication uill be Dr Kurt Peiser, former vice | ol the University of Pennsjlvania and assistant to r,ti. chairman ol the I ird ol Directors. A > %  ler in l oral Gables, currently working toward a community playground on the propert) ol Zamora Jewish Center. %  children of all faithcan plaj together. Purim Fete At West Miami Center Saturday West Miami Jewish (enter will :'annual Purim Social on evenii %  H 30 p m Entertainment will include dancing and the crowning ol a yuecn Esther I uality Kosher i\ mid Poi//t)j Mark Miami. Florida Telephone 82-5001 THE LEADERS IN THE KOSHER FIELD We intend to continue offering the finest of quality merchandise at lowest possible prices Watch For Our Koshei] Food Plan JJC Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Largo Selection in Latest Styles For the Sabbath r ~ and every occasion when only the best is good enough! Cat 11 U2-5001 for prompt service CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEAD Jewish Funerals 1 with 5,713 ytxsrs of tradition ll it always %  .oarer 1 profound romlort.^flH ihit JewUh lervteas at Wwrude f ~*?r^ l rrrll, with thorough knolr.l;r and l l • ^ "T • for rrliRiou. tradition a. .rll .•>"" OWl 1 01 -idrration for the family. AK-CONOinONEO now %  •:•: v MANISCHEWITZ America's Favor iU KOSHER WINE >WBaini| M | B||R|(a M rtimui. wmn. T I'tlmtht Oiitrialar t liJffi!J?'! ALWn, a.iHc. Memorial Chapd TWO CONVENIENT LOCAl*^ Miami West Flagler &; 20th Ave. • Pl'>" f mm,mm Mimmi ** rf 1236 Washington Ave. • Phot* aW 24-HOUR AMBULANCE sERUC I DM van T NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABf. • >•* f V 76th Street and *"*£. 9-2664 5-7777 IN NEW VOBKi aanoKLYN BEONX LO* 1



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+• U^Ul fhrMitr $ Neck No I Jewish Home Pays Tribute To Kopelowitz At Board Meet; Ablin Buildng Discussed ;r Than Hitler's le Pepper Says Line [hat •sn.lin's nock is fc than Hitler's," made by R ,„„. Claude IVpper, 1, peremoniea at the Mi-, rew ish (enter on Mon ; The affair ran? down lain on Brotherhood Week Florida. II told more than 1.000 pcrf. t „r Hitler and his hierKerewasa Nuremberg; for i n ,l his devils there will be 'too" The former senator Soviet anti-Semitic outla., -almost beyond belief" Led the world "to rise in land let the sadists of the know their crimes will I unpunished." I pro >ram. co-sponsored by Lriiia region of the National knee of Christians and Jew* [the Men's Club of the ^enfeatured the first public I in the South of the original ritten in 1790 by George feton Morgenstern. president [foundation which owns the L document, turned it over E| [rviD3 Lehrman in a relent of the scene at the HeIcongregation in Newport, tland. 163 years ago. bi Lehrman read the doeuMiich first established that lovernment of the United Hives to bigotry no L to persecution no assistb( Irving ( ypen. president of fc n Club, presided. An hon|r,! : the Jewish War Veterl, ami Beach Boy Scouts, the letter during the proJimmy Kopelowitz is pictured in car which was presented to him Monday ademy Slates \\m Carnival flme At The Hebrew in celebration of the Purim, will be sponFathers' Club of the on Sunday. Mareh 1st, Over 125 Board members of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami and communal leaders here were guests on Monday of Baron and Polly de Hirsch Meyer at their home, 20 Star Island, at a party in honor of M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman of the Board of the Home. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president of the Home, paid tribute to Kopelowitz for his 25 years of outstanding communal service in humanitarian causes. Kopelowitz j has held high posts in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. | Jewish Social Service Bureau. Beth I David Synagogue and other organ izations during the past quarter centuryCulmination of the tribute occurred when Sam Blank. Otto Held. Abe Kurman. Barney B. Lee. Sam Levenson. Sam Luby. Baron de Max Orovitz, Maurice Pearlstein, i Building a living reality as quicklyplete absence of isolation rooms." Jacob Sher. Gus Trau. Dr. Joseph I as possible by emphasizing "the M. Weidberg and Carl Weinkle j immediate and imperative need for presented Kopelowitz with a specan infirmary type building to care ial Chevrolet car as a token of their esteem. Mr. and Mrs. de Hirsch Meyer presented Mr. and Mrs. Kopelowitz with personal gifts in appreciation of their long friendship. for the chronically and acutely ill residents of the Home." As an example of this urgent need, he pointed to the "situation which prevails at Douglas Gardens this very moment when almost half of the The affair was the occasion for I 60 residents are in bed with virus, a second surprise tribute. Abe Kurj "Patients with virus are not adman, president of the Home, premissible to hospitals unless they .„ sented Colonel Jack M. Arvey, Barhave private rooms, and even if ] continue into the indefinite future on de Hirsch Meyer and David PhilPointing to the fact that the nursing corps at Douglas Gardens is overworked. Kurman added that it was "exceedingly difficult for them to provide the necessary care for these residents because of the distances they must cover to get to the cottages scattered through out the grounds. The Board and friends of the Home have a serious and immediate responsibility to sec to it that this situation does r.ol lips with solid gold tie-clasps for their unusual leadershipin the prothey were, very likely could not! "We must have the wherewithal get in because hospital beds dur-|to break ground for the Jack Al>ing the season are obtained with Hirsch Meyer. Jack Muravchick.I make the Jack Ablin Memorial ieeted Jack Ablin Memorial Build-. difficulty," Kurman said. "It is ing The trio has been responsible I likely that those of our residents for raising $75,000 of a goal of who are not in bed with the virus $125,000 for the building which is may soon be because of the comthe first unit of a master plan for a completely new Home for the Aged. Kurman urged those present to in Memorial Building no later than early fall of 1953 In.. 11 bi Alexander S. Gross, princed fct entertain es and a variety of Imenthave been planned for Fal her and-Son and Mothi-Daughter Tournaments are uled Contest booths will be k on the Academy grounds bvide further entertainment. ren will masquerade in approI'urim costumes. listing Aaron S. Lauer are the kme> Sidney Rubinowitz. Davpdron, Irving Firtel, Samuel Iwerg. Alexander S. Gross, 1 Ka'.z. Joseph Shapiro, Aaron and members of the Hebrew pmy faculty including Edna v .-liana Spector, Hannah Son. Samson Kraus and MalFurman. La Traviata Is Old Favorite Here; Slated Monday Eve Music patrons who attend the Opera Guild of Greater Miami's production of La Traviata at Mi-, ami Beach Auditorium on Monday I four local radio stations at three evening, March 2nd. will recognize! convenient times: the Will Open Red Croat* Drive President Dwight Eisenhower I Will Officially open the 1953 Red Cross Fund Campaign on Sunday. March 1st. with special radio and television broadcasts. Dade Countians will be able to hear the President over any of the plot as one of the favorites of literature. If the plot sounds familiar, it i because La Traviata is based WKAT. 7 p.m.; WGBS, 10:15 p.m.; and WQAM, 11:30 a.m. Dade Countians will also hear a radio dramatic show, starring is oecause L.a iraviaia is uascu, ----„__,. D on Camille. once vividly portrayed movie actress Shirley Booth. Pres__ .... ,,i ear's drive topped last Soal by more than $74,000 narked the first time Dade frs ever have topped the milfilar fii-ure for the Communpest. Ml contributed to the once campaign support 22 Red fcr agencies and the USO. By ot the various divisions Mign had already re1 topping their goals by large %  Uftt, in a Hollywood film. In the Opera Guild's production, Eleanor Steber. famous soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company, I will appear as Violetta. Charles Kullman will sing the role of the voung lover. Alfredo, and Robert Weede. well known to Miamians for his previous Guild roles, will be heard as the father. The latter two are also top ranking Metropolitan stars. Their efforts will be augmented by six local singers who will perform the minor roles — Alfred di Monteverde as Baron Douphel; Edward Doe as the Marquis; Nancy Firszt as Annina; Lola Ruth as Flora; Tom Winston as Dr. Grenville; and Marx Faber as the Ser vant. The conductor will be Emerson Buckley who has had four prev ious Opera Guild performances under his baton. Tony Stivanello. who has come to Miami to stage manage the Guild's productions for the past several vears. will again be respon j sible for the 75-voice chorus. Young ballerinas and male danc ers from the studio of Thomas Ar | mour will do the third act ballet |B La Traviata. Behind the scenes, is Dr. Arturo di Filippi. founder j and director of the Opera Guild Dr. di Filippi sang the tenor role of Alfredo when the Guild presented La Traviata over a decade ago ident Eisenhower will make his broadcast direct from the White HouseDade County's quota in the fund drive is $282,132. Residents are asked to contribute in order that the Red Cross may carry on its various services, locally and also abroad to the men in the armed forces. Give Charter To Racial Body The Dade County Council on Community Relations, formed to work for the elimination of racial, religious and other discriminations, was granted a charter by Circuit Judge Stanley Milledge this week. Temporary officers of the orianization, which has been in the orocess of formation about a year, ire Hollis Rinehart. chairman, Vice Admiral Telfair Knight, retired, treasurer, and Nedra McNamara, secretary. Working with the organizers as an executive, the committee appointed by the County Commission are Sam Blank, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Espy, John B. Keena. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Mrs Stanley Milledge. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. Dr. Franklin H. WilLams and John P. King. ADULT INSTITUTE af The Hebrew Academy OPENS SPRING SEMESTER MONDAY. MARCH 2, 1953 8 p.m. Courses Offered in: • ELEMENTARY HEBREW • ADVANCED HEBREW • JEWISH HISTORY • JEWISH PHILOSOPHY • TALMUD Registration Daily at The Hebrew Academy! OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI PRESENTS "La Traviata" • ELEANOR STEBER with • CHARLES KUttMAN of ht *eropi;n • ROBERT WEEK Miami Beach Auditorium — March 2nd norm ON SAII BttRDINE-S 3rd Fleer--133l • AM*** MACM AU0IT0tlUM_S-0434 Prices: 4.W • 4.31 • %M Mf • 2.4* Tea ch*d ATTENTION OBGA N 1 ZA 1 1 O N S New Building Available) For Meetings nod Banquets WEST MIAMI MASONIC LODGE 1075 S.W. 7th AVENUE Completely Air Conditioned Comfortable Theatre Seats Kitchen Facilities FOR INFORMATION CALL 44013. 4-5747 or 124700 911 6th ST., MIAMI BEACH j Phone 51-4641 Miami Hebrew School and Congregation 8th ANNUAL PURIM BALL at the ELECTRICIANS UNION HALL. 1650 N.W. 17th AVE. SUNDAY EVENING. MARCH 1st. at 8 P.M. MUSIC BY MANNIE GATES ORCHESTRA Donation SI.00 Benefit Talmud Torah



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PAGE 6 B LmiUifhrAMtr RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH. HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS COMMUNITY CENTER will hold I JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER Friday evening services at 8:301 will hold Friday evening services p.m. Saturday morning services I at 8:30 a.m., with Reverend Leo A r-v. r> li „r i..w..II,,,.,. ,,n Kronlab. Mrs. Joseph Neuman will be hosts | lath h.i.m ,ubu ( Saturday Btth TTi i ah lubbi Joaapa Raiko*aky. Ortnodoa, Ja Euclid Ac.-., Miami lt*.arh — ... Coral QablaaRabbi Morrla *<*>. IjlbS1THEBS CULLS FOR at the Oneg Shabbat. morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Reverend will discuss the .Weekly Portion. Children of the 1S at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer] Hebrew School will assist during SrammtfitT offioiotino Suhipot nt the service. The Scroll of Esther will be read Saturday evening at rral, Z'JO I'ltlermn Ave.. C. (iablaa. Downtown Syagofua -orthodox. 135 N\V ;lrd Av Miami Flaalar.Granada-50 NW 51st Place, Miami Hrtw Academy — Rabbi Alexander Oroaa, Orthodox. 91S 6th St. MB. Hialrah. Miami Springa — Reverend i M ii.im. Cooaarvatlva, KI a, *th BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will' Hallywoa* — Conaai -vatlve, 2030 Polk Bl ..II, u ...,H Abraham bis discourse is scheduled as: The Unman In The Kremlin. Cantor Ed8 ward Klein will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. At; hold late Friday evening services L^iu^S?" Rabbi Abraham 3:30 p.m., the Rabbi will conduct at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Sha-' Bach*, Conservative. ais sw 24th a Mishna Class. The Scroll of Espin and Cantor Maurice Mamches ] Kn r e '. r .i h M l iV'aei Rabbi Abraham Ca.thrr will be read at 7 p.m. Partici-1 officiating, assisted by the Student i sei, orthodox. Mil BeelM Av., paring will be Jay Neross, Jerry j choir under the direction of Mrs. | M ,^7 ^ n h lt ,M>i in-in* Uhrmaa, t.'oidstein. Sarah Stern. Bert KlinR-1 Jack Donnerstag Cvnthia I-ee Conaervatlve. ITOI Wa*h Ave M.B. er, Goldie Cohen. Belle Cohen and daughter of Mr. and'.Mrs Rubin M '' | m |, *SS!idkVtm SW mh Ar?! Shirlee Greenside. The Scroll will Bott, will become Bas Mitzvah dur Ml he read again during the Minyan ln g the services. Subject of a dis•••• ^g7^*2Za Cch?" Breakfast on Sunday morning. course by Rabbi Shapiro is schedNorth Dade Rabbi Harry Bilinear, &f • • %  uled as. Youth Guidance. Floral SSTt^uffSL HEBREW ACADEMY will hold offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs North Shore Rabbi stayer AhrnmoFriday evening services at 5:45 Bott. Saturday morning services. ffiam^KachT* S2 3th St '' p •'. Saturday morning services are are at 9 a.m.. when Joel, son of Tempie laraal -Dr Joaapa Harot, Re.it 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kaplan, will be ritarSth laraal* aWNl MtanU Ava.. i i ss will officiate. Guest speaker come Bar Mitzvah. A reading of Miaou %  i :i K„ Dni.u; n;~.... D_. ...!._*..!, c*„n -f f..u... ..~U..J..IJ VVeit Miamiabbl Alfred Waxman. S7J9 BW !Tih St., 4001 Chase W II be Rabbi Pincus Bryskman. the Scroll of Esther is scheduled ; fessQT of Bible and field direc for 7:30 p.m. t> v of Veshiva Torah Vodaath and | ... ivta. Subject of his discourse CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENcheduled as: Purim Today An TER will hold Fridav evening g Shabbat for children, under .services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi supervision of Mrs Alexander Morris Skop officiating and disTEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will ss. will be at 3:30 p m. Mincha cussing: Who Have Hated Jews hold Fridav evening services at M 6 pm. followed by Shalos And vvhy Saturday morning serv8 15 p m with Dr. Joseph N a rot I The Scroll of Esther will tees are at 930 am., when Michael, officiating and discussing: Hainan %  read al 30 p.rn Sunday Punm >on „ f Mr and Mrs nin wmm n Windsor Castle A special ritual Cannon. 339 Catalonia, will become entitled. Esther—Queen of Persia.! Bar Mitzvah. The Scroll of Esther will be conducted bv the Rabbi DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will will be read at 7 p.m., with CanCongregation and Choir. : Friday evening services at 6 tor Irving Robinson rendering the ... Saturda) morning services musical portion of the liturgy. Mrs Tvatlv Miami VOUOQ Israel OrthdOX, An.. Miami Rear-h Zamora Reverend Rudolf BrllL r.n-• r\ itive, 41 Zamora Ave, Coral Oablea • .it 8 30 am when Rabbi Arie Gladys Hose will head a commitho TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will Friday evening services at 8:15 pm. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and discuss: Martin Buber'a Moses An Oneg Shabbat will follow in honor of the National ker will discuss the Weekly tee distributing Purim refresh .'in A class in Bible is schedments, tor ."> p m Mincha will be at ... I pm. followed by Shalos SeuMIAMI RPATU IEU/ICU <-CH The Scroll of Esther will be TMWS I2? SLJl*2£? CEN J"""*.." 1 "? n r u' the NaUonaI r< J ai 7 nm Cnnrfov „,„„;„„ T =R i hold Friday evening servCouncil of Jewish Women Mrs :n eun r ; r 8 Va,r f"? 8:S0 P !" ,"• Rabbi Irving Alexander Bobbins will Se guej at 8 30 a.m. Lehrman officiating. (Juest preachspeaker. Saturday morning serv ^OUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE V,,^" ^ ^ ^ Goldfarb icCS are a 10 *". when the u K i i i-r I SYNAG0GUE Saturday morning services are at, Bar Mitzvah of Ronald George son hold Friday evening services 9 am. Rabb. Lehrman will discus, of Mr. and Mrs En^anue? KaliTh 6 p.m. Saturday mo r„,ng senthe Weekly Portion. An afternoon Will take place Cantor Samuei are at 9 am Mincha will be ] class in Bible is scheduled for 4 15 Kelemer will rn,w IK 22 iS-^^J^ 08 S r f oUowed KSrJSISfpor, c ,on er of w \*£* m us,c The Scroll of Esther is schedlos Seudos. The Scroll of Esther "p KL". 1 Sa,urda >' evening will be read at 7.30 p.m. Cantor' i„, TC u „. • Rabb. Joseph Andron. Sunday : David S.lverman will render the FrS %  CENTER Wi hold ning Purim services are at 7:30 musical portion of the liturgv dur n Z L<1 "* ^'^ 53 i mg services, assisted by the Center J„d w,. hl^'T "** 815 m • • • • hoir ..nHo,. A..1. : -. i U1 be conducted bv Hv Mor7AMORA JEWISH CENTER will 'd regular services Friday at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E. Bi II officiating, Mr, and Mrs. Catsman will sponsor the Oneg bat. Services will begin at 9 By GEORGE SMATHE8S 6: 5 p m Saturday mornmT '* 7 *f *" **** •"* %  w be read at 7 pm Sundav | ices a^a 30 m i^"' t T \ Weekly Vonion The P.U-im morning services will begin vahu T Sw.rskv wilT o f m A f i *f fc wlM ta r ead at 7 at 3 a.m. ^ .....!; .* irsk > wl ""'ciate and p.m.. and durine Sul m i...!" MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND X o L SerV CeS 3re at 8:30 'NSTITUTE will hM v EW "2 *'" ^ at 8:30 a m Subject of when Rabbi April will preach ning sen-ice a JJ"!? S* llST" ,0 ** evered by the he topic: Modern anti-Sem-1 morning %,£,' *? %  *" gj" -MM as: ujEl hen Rabbi Isaac Ever i „ w \.J T l antor Aaron Weingar-' Junior Congreeatmn pnviaxis. A class in Talmud is BETH JACOB CONGREGATION evening services Rabbi Moses Mesand preaching Soviet Purim. Wenl will be guest spea'ker'. Tat-1 AGUDATH' ISPAC. U scheduled Saturday morninTse'r^ *rES3S '""""•""--"" "' %  "" n h M M n the topic: Modern anti-SemiUsm. A class in Mishna is sched u.ed for 5 p.m.. followed bv Mm wr „,;„, JEW ; SH NTE j %  "" -ssaiast* will hold Friday evening services' at 5:45 and at 8:30 p.m., with Rabhi Alfred Waxman officiating eat speaker will be Loran SheeJj. principal of Kinloch Park Junior High School, whose discourse is -cheduled as: Modern Education Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Supworth will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning senei are at 9 a.m. Mincha will be •t 5:30 p.m., with Shalos Seudos concluding the Sabbath observance. The Scroll of Esther will be read at 6:45 p.m., with children participating. 545 p.m.. fol-! belJffw^sSSe^' emy win deliver ^ ^^ ^ad ____^_^^^ ftttaraa-! s R ay stwUn • sp-k er S5aK&^" %  "* B ri,h 1-* class will be conducted bv R.hw %  '• Sterling will be „„. By EDGAR BERNSTEIN (Sowth African Correspondent of tha Jewish TtltarajaiJ JOHANNESBURG— Back from an extensive study MJ community organization in the United States. Canada a with a look-in at Israel on the way home. Gustav SimL retary of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies all African Jewish communal executive, is impressed not tj the diversity of Jewish life in various lands as by the i it manifests, despite local differences. "The main impression I have brought back with nt'l correspondent in an interview here today, "is the hast t_ the problems which have Jews the world over. Stnppwj variations, you find the same primary concerns: the m Jews of world peace, the maintenance of the secunt?*'] Judaism from attack by -hostile elements, the securitj rfj tion of Israel and the recognition of the vital stake"* over the wocld have in that consolidation." Pride in the road his own community has tmtWI almost apologetic comparison. "As far as American JWJH I'm not sure they yet have that full understanding ofthaj of Israel that we, say, in South African Jewry have lUH American Jewry still approach Israel purely from r philanthropy. Without wishing to be patronizing, I *' average standard of presentation of Zionist values and t lems is higher in South Africa than it is in the United S* "A further basic problem common to all Jewish Mr. Saron continued, "is the maintenance of what I ( %  internal integrity of Jewish life and the cultivation of m Here there are two parallel and complementary tfr**4 aspect, involving leadership and cultural content, and %  aspect, involving organization, facilities and fund raisa*" izational pattern may differ according to local circumstua spiritual and cultural aspect is everywhere much the .• "Speaking with an eye on some of the unfortunate aw have been taking place in South African Jewry, 1 I. pleased to note the stress that is laid in American mm coming every constructive manifestation and trend u despite differences in ideological or religious *PP"J*| riding effort to reconcile instead of exacerbate dUfcreacj "We in South African Jewry can learn much tm S and Canadian Jewry in spite of the very different cow" here We can learn much from the wav American Jspends its money, which has a determining '' lflueB< *jLi M Jewish community organization. In contra-distmn*" %  African Jewry, where projects are too frequently aw*" launched without adequate preliminary survey a*" J P J Postponed in the face of inadequate fund responseJT, gains immensely through its system of unified bad** !" 'und raising, with their concomitant preliminary approval of projects." ^ yd An aspect of Jewish community life that struck *., *** the shortage of staff personnel. "All over, be* JJ same problem as we have in South African Jewry "* J "ted and suitably qualified Jewish personnel I* munKy activities. How to overcome this difficulty u •" problems, of contemporary Jewry."



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PAGE 8 B we? FRIDAY, Pioneer Women Will Hold Annual Donor Affair; Dvorah Metlitzky Guest Speaker Leonardo Exhibit At Lowe Gallery T\a***• ,he _^ March 2nd. at 8:30 p.m.. at the Gallery, discussing: Ways Of Se*m | mm Louchheim will use slides The Pioneer Women's CounoJJ ol ter Miami will meet at the CUS Lod^e Auditorium on Sun' evening, March 8th. 6 p.m.. acing to an announcement this by Mrs. Bee Jaffer. presiie annual donor affair will be ai'^ressed by Mrs. Dvorah Metlitz.. former head of the Arab Women's Division, of the Histadrut. al entertainment will be pro%  by Miss Ruth Brotman. Mrs. > Seitlin is overall chairman A noted student of Arab A: Metlitzkj headed the Arab v. nen's Department since its inon in March i949. She had ed in the Arab Department of lh Histadrut for a number of years re she i rganized that departwith the help of Moetzet Haot. r some time -he taught at the rew University but subsequentoved to Egypt where she lived • man] years she also I time in other Arab counbecoming intimately acnted with the character, cus1 and problems of the people bese nations. Metlitzky's achievements • made her outstanding ingei : Isra< La Mi ven I Sh will reman: %  L'nil States for several ir the country %  efl rt to .'" the raisim acti thin the neei Women : %  %  • r Womei lei rganizaoi th< Working Women's uncil in : estal I shed and tain h In n home-. da> ies. rehabilitation centers for ii •• schools, agnculAfrs. Dvoroh Aletlifiky tural training centertor t ers and other social services through iul the Jewish State I'fir/ffi Pivniv Set For Judnvans A I'urim Picnic uill be held on Sunday, March 1st. at Matheson Hammi ch Juniors in Young tea. The Young Judaeans will leave in a chartered bus from Miami %  Miai : Reach on Sunda) afternoon, at 12 15 [mi. for an afternoon ol -port-, hikeand ., Purlin surprise In charce of arrangements will i" Mrs Henry K Solloway, Young chairman. Mrs Bertram Miller Harriet Solloway. M5rcia Eleanor*, and Marvin Good man. Mi Sachs and all Young Judaea Leaders, trdo exhibit at the University ol Miamii Lowe ,0D7 -contiues to dra hui tators dailj Some 5.000 persons have alread) seen the working models of the genius inventions during the nr-t week ol the scheduled thre. • %  % %  < %  > %  *"' close after the Sundaj March 8th. -how ing .,n! al the same time will be the exhibit ol paintings b) the mas... lective art. Vassily Kandinskj GaUerj hours are to5p.ro., Friday evenings, 7 to 9:30 and Sunday, a to9p.m The galten ""• ed all day Moi Those interested in Pre ( olom bian art ma) -till catch the rare collection ol Karl Stendahl which will (*• on view indefinite!) 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