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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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ll Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
;LUME 27Number 35
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
lr. Goldstein
tefends WJC
>neva Talk
|tys Dr. Goldmann
'as Misunderstood
I ne'A' YOKK (JTA) Dr. Israel
old&tein. president of the Ameri-
Jewish Congress, has issued
'statement replying to Senator
erbert H. Lehman on the relation-
hip between Israel and American
htv on hi- return from the plen,-
\ assembly of the World Jewish
bngress at Geneva.
[In his statement, Dr. Goldstein
Ipressed regret that misinterpre-
(ticn of expressions by Dr. Na-
um Goldmann. president of the
forld Jewish Congress, on the
iu on "l relationships between
iracl ami Jews in other lands, had
|veri rise to needless controversy
this country. -
"1 regard it as most unfortunate
bat. because of misunderstanding
a statement by Dr. Goldmann,
i'Mie has been artificially cre-
ked where none in fact exists,"
r. Goldstein said. ''A grave in-
bstice has been done both to Dr.
oMmann and to the organization
huh he heads. In the very
eech for which he was attacked,
r Goldmann clearly stated his
ition > one from which he has
h in words, that "it is a fundamen-
error to regard Israel as the
ily center of Jewish life.' To
five interpreted his own remarks
implying that all Jews through-
lit the world should regard them-
lives as potential Israelis is in
(mipkte contradiction to his be-
ef-
['Tt.e unity of the Jewish people,
hich the World Jewish Congress
firms, is the unity forged by corn-
history and by common- re-
giui-. ethical and cultural values
Bd not that of any common po-
jtical allegiance," Dr. Goldstein
|>ntinueu\ "We have always made
that Jews in all lands owe
sir political allegiance only to
countries of their citizenships.
"The World Jewish Congress has,
Ifirmed the right of Jews to live
here they choose, to develop their
ultural and spiritual life freely
Qd fully, to contribute in freedom
nd equality to the societies in
pnich they live and to assist the
development and growth of Israel
every possible way. No one has
en a more consistent spokesman
f that point of view than Dr.
Goldmann, who, with Stephen
^ise, was one of the prime archi-
s of the World Jewish Con-
Israel Seeks Red
Participation in
Korean Truce Talk
By the JTA
UNITED NATIONS Israel
joined the majority of nations here
in advocating a round-table rather
than a cross-table type of gather-
ing for the Korean peace confer-
ence which must meet before the
end of next month. The United
States is the chief advocate of a
cross-table conference between
belligerents but so far has found
little support for its stand.
Ambassador A tin a S. Eban told
the First Political Committee that
the conference should represent
the spirit of a peace organization
facing a common task "rather than
groups of belligerents in a state
of suspended war. My delegation,"
he declared, "agrees with the views
expressed on behalf of France, the
United Kingdom, Canada and Yug-
oslavia that the political confer- i
ence should develop a different at I
mosphere from that prevailing \
when the representatives oT hostile
armies confront each other as op- \
posing sides at a truce negotia-'
iton."
Mr. Eban said that the Israel |
delegation was "fully in accord"
Walter H. Bieringer (standing right), president of the United
Service for New Americans, watches President Eisenhower
sign the Refuge* Relief Act of 1953. which authorizes the ad-
mission of some 214,000 immigrants to the United States over
a three-year period. It is estimated that from 15,000 to 20.000
Jewish refugees will be admitted under this law. At right
(seated) is Senator Watkins of Utah, sponsor of the measure
, in the Senate.
* *
Eisenhower Stresses *Neeti For Active
Battle on Prejudice in Federal Work
spent on production in the United
States annually. "So you can see
what an important job we have,"
Mr. Nixon said. "You can see how
great an impact the committee can
have if we can deal effectively with
the problem of discrimination in
this field we'll be dealing with
25 percent of the problem direct-
ly."
The committee's philosophy, Mr.
Nixon declared, seems to be that
where the taxpayer's funds are in-
volved, all segments of the com-
munity should have equal oppor-
tunity in all benefits, education or
anything else. He added that in
this particular case it was employ-
ment.
NEW YORK (JTA) President
Eisenhower's desire that his new
.committee on government con-
tracts actively engage in fighting
discrimination by employers hand-
ling government contracts was em-
phasized here by Vice President
Richard M. Nixon, after six pub-
lic members of the committee met
with the President who administer-
ed their oath of office.
At a press conference after the
40-minute meeting with the Presi-
dent, Mr. Nixon revealed that the
full committee to which six
representatives of various govern-
ment departments must still be
named would hold its first meet-
ing in Washington September 14th.
Afterwards, he said, the committee
would meet once a month in dif-
ferent cities. The committee mem-
bers held a short informal session
immediately after they left Mr.
Eisenhower.
Mr. Nixon, who is chairman of
the committee, said that "I think
from the President's conversation
with us that most of us would
agree that he wants us to accom-
plish something concrete dealing
with the problem of discrimination
in employment rather than make
a great show from the publicity
standpoint."
Mr. Nixon pointed out that up
to $40,000,000 was spent by the
government on contract to industry
each year, and that this represent-
ed about one-quarter of all money
Ambassador Eban
. spirit of peace
with the joint proposal of Austral-
ia, New Zealand and Denmark on
Soviet participation at the confer-
ence. The American view is that
the Russians should be there but
only as a representative of the
Communist side.
As to the crucial question of an
invitation for India. Mr. Eban said
that Israel would act in "obedi-
ence to one criterion alone the
criterion of utility and the pros-
pect of success in convening the
conference and bringing it to
agreement." Then he paid tribute
to Prime Minister Nehru of India
and said that his "recent statement
upholds this principle with exem-
plary force."
Being against a round-table con-
ference, the United States is op-
posed to any non-belligerent such
as India being at the conference,
and the American delegate. Henry
Cabot Lodge, announced that he
would vote against the resolution
inviting India.
In the course of his speech, the
Israeli delegate paid a "profound
tribute" to the 16 states which had
provided troops for the United Na-
tions action for what they had
risked, endured and achieved in
the common cause of resisting ag-
gression. He said that the heavy
losses suffered by the American
people merited particular sym-
pathy.
Jewish Bank Officials Found Guilty
German Court Hands Down Severe Sentences
FRANKFURT (JTA) After
a trial which lasted about ten
months, all principal defendants
in the case of the former Jew-
ish Restitution Bank here were
sentenced Monday to terms that
caused astonishment because of
their severity.
Dr. Joseph Klibansky, general-
ly considered Germany's best
known Jewish attorney, was sen-
tenced to 18 months bail in ad-
dition to a fine of $4,300 for be
ing an accessory to violation of
foreign currency regulations and
of certain provisions of the cor-
poration law.
Wilhelm Marrien, originally
technical advisor of the hank nd
later its manager, received 10
months imprisonment for in-
fringement of the corporation
law, for being accessory to viola-
tion of foreign currency regula-
tions and for bribery.
Dr. Hans Erwin Wolf, who wes
appointed by the State as cus-
todian of the bank, received six
months imprisonment for corrup-
tion. Wolfgang Steege. a German
banker from Hamburg, was fined
$000 for being accessory to viola-
tion of foreign currency regula-
tions. Cashier Siefried Frohlich
was let off with a fine of $100.
Dr. Klibansky. was found guilty
of having aided and abetted the
transfer of blocked mark ac-
counts to their Jewish owners
abroad, a transaction which was
illegal at the time, in 1950, but
which was legalized a few months
after the Jewish Restitution Bank
was shut down. The violation of
the corporation law refers to is-
sue of receipts to cover up the
withdrawal of blocked mark
funds.
Dr. Klibansky was also con-
victed of having, as a member
of the bank's board of directors,
contributed to its bankruptcy al-
though the bank's assets exceed
its debts even today. The court
found, however, that there was
no evidence that Dr. Klibansky
had enriched himself, or had per-
sonally violated foreign currency
regulations.
Dr. Klibansky. who will file
an appeal with the Supreme
Court, issued a statement assert-
ing that Judge Hoffmeyer. who
issued the verdict, had been un-
able to overcome his resentment
at having been placed in an in-
ternment camp at the end of the
war because he had been a mem-
ber of the Nazi Party and a
judge throughout the Nazi re-
gime. Dr. Klibansky also pointed
out in his statement that the jur-
ors had not been properly sworn
in and that one of them was re-
moved from the jury only last
month for endeavoring to engage
in illicit foreign currency deals.
"The verdict is certain to be va-
cated by the Supreme Court."
Dr. Klibansky concluded.
A representative of the Hesse
Jewish Community in the Central
Council of Jews in Germany com-
mented after the judgment that
he would seek the express con-
firmation of Dr. Klibansky as leg-
al advisor of the Association of
Jewish Communities in Hesse and
would resign from his office un-
less that demand were accepted.

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Soviet Delegates At
Israel Embassy Fete
NEW YORK JTA For the
:::ne since the r*?urr.pUOB of
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of the Soviet delegation to
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Slates lorn Kippur Donee
Sisterhood of the North Shore
Jewish Center b holding its week-
ly chai card games at the Delmon-
ico Hotel every Tuesday afternoon.
U 30 p.m. Mrs. Fay Rosenthal is
charge. u::h Mrs Bsfkaf Al-
perui acting as co-chairman.
The Sisterhood is ate planning
on annual Yoa Kippur night
dance on Saturday September
ldth. 830 p.m at the Center Pro-
ceeds -
School Building Fund In charge
\iien Act.
Made Head Coach
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Stiami Jewish Community Center
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Speakers Bureau
Announced Here
The Beth Jacob Miami Beach
Vaad Hakashruth ha announced
the availability of a Speakers Bur-
eau for the presenting of kashruth
matters before ail interested or-
ganisations
Announcement of the bureau
came immediately prior to the ap-
proach o! the High Holidays, a per-
iod during which the Vaad urged
consecration to kashruth observ-
ance in private and public life."
According to the announcement.
the Beth Jacob Vaad handles thous-
and of requests for kashruth in
formation each year. Spokesmen
fur the organization indicated here
that listings of all the meat and
poultry markets under its super-
vision are available at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue.
The Beth Jacob Vaad Hakash-
ruth is currently entering upon its
'.5th year of activity Now report-
ed under its active supervision are
21 butcher shops, four poultry
markets on Miami Beach and four
poultry markets in the city of Mi-
ami.
Dr Meyer J. Safra is chairman
of the Vaad Rabbi Moses Meschel
ff spiritual leader of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob and the organiza-
tion's executive director, urged
Greater Miami Jewry in its an-
nouncement to look for the Vaad
poster in butcher shops and the
metal leg ring with the BJC in-
signia on kosher poultry' These
are guarantees of constant kash-
ruth supervision and endorse-
he said
Foehrenwald DP's Raid Joint Quarters;
Seek To Avert Forcible Deportation
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nive been held with the
highest German authorities in
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The v:-.es of about 40 Jews who
r*en arrested for illegal en-
try to West Germany have ap-
pealed to the Jewish community
here to secure the release of their
hatbands, mast of whom have re-
turned from Israel to Germany in
the hope of proceeding from here
to overseas countries.
The Bavarian authorities are now
faftenng a stricter policy with re-
gard to Jewish "infiltrees- who
eater Germany to stay m the Jew-
ish DP caanp at Foehrenwald un-
til they are able to go on to other
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Hebrew School Meeting
II M Drewich. president of the
Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation, announces a Board of Di-
rectors meeting on Tuesday eve-
ning. September 1st. at 8:30 p.m.
Joint Harrest Dane*
Tao and Tri Beta Councils will
present a harvest dance on Sep-
tember 1st. at the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, 450
SW 16th Avenue
Mayor Shapiro To Speak
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro will be guest speaker on Jac-
ob Schachter's Variety Hour Sun-
day. 12 noon, over station WMBM.
Mayor Shapiro will present New
Year greetings. Schachter also an-
nounced this week that he will be-
gin a new feature. Yiddish Swing,
featuring Jan Bart and the Barrie
Sisters.
To Mark Jerusalem'8
'300th Anniversary
NEW YORK The 3.000*
niversary of Jerusalem Tu
celebrated by the Jewish Z
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tober 20th. a, Madison SgS
den. Announcement of the -Ti
bration was made this week *
meeting of 250 religious. buill
and organizational |ife uT*
here who organized a Corns*
of Three Thousand for th
millennial tribute to Jerusalem
The meeting was held unfcr |
auspices of the State -.( israel
Organization which is s
, the celebration.
Dr. Israel Goldstein. spj
leader of Temple Bnai Jes)
. was named chairman of the
mittee of Three Thousand.
ctated with him will be leaden
the Orthodox. Conservative
| Reform branches of Judaism.
Stenrhood Op Stason Cte.^ Sh.l Em.M Maatk]
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its lirst meeting ol the season on1 1:30 p.m.. at the Greater 1
Tuesday. September 1st. it has Jewish Community Center, 450 S
been announced by Mrs William 10th Avenue. Mrs Israel
Wemtraub. president. berg will preside.
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)AY. AUGUST 28. 1953
* Jmlsti fk riff ton
SEC. 3 A
\VV Plays Major
\ole in Politics
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish TtUflraphic Agency
WASHINGTON The Jewish
iVar Veterans organiiation has
tmer;cd on the Washington scene
s a liberal force on issues which
equire courage. Revitalized under
he d-.namic leadership of 43-year-
ld Jesse Moss, the JVW is alertly
uarcing the democratic ideals for
hich its members fought on the
attleiield.
Acclaimed by military leaders
nd ether major veterans' organi-
a, -. as an effective and early
ci Communism, the JWV today
ot only opposes Communism but
ecogoises that Fascism also threat-
ns democracy. The JWV vigor-
usly maintains that Germany cant
trusted as a military ally, al-
agh some other Jewish organita-
jl are failing to protest the re-
ilitarization of the Reich. On the
front. National Commander
.. has boldly denounced the tic-
s' Senator Joseph R. McCarthy.
I'her. Representative Francis E.
liter made anti-Jewish remarks
Congress, the JWV confronted
Palter with the same tenacity its
embers showed in fighting Hit-
lerV Nazis.
M< has frankly told President
foenhower that Jewish veterans
vho tollowed him in war want to-
were recognized by invitations to
broadcast over Radio Free Europe
and the Voice of America. In his
Voice broadcast, Moss told the Rus-
sians that his organization "re-
mains dedicated to fhe great goals
of peace and justice that marked
our common efforts against the
Hitlerites."
Since the Korean War, the JWV
has been cited by the American
Red Cross for having done more
in the blood donor drive than any
other organization. Following the
precedent of its anti-Nazi boycott,
the JWV was lauded by govern-
ment leaders for instituting a boy-
cott of Communist goods.
Korean veterans have been at-
tracted to the JWV because of its
progressive new leadership person-
ified by Moss. Membership is in-
creasing throughout the country.
The realistic young veterans are
especially pleased by the JWV's
balanced legislative program. Ber-
nard Weitzer, the highly respected
national legislative representative
of JWV, is frequently invited to
testify before Congressional com-
mittees on such matters as Defense
Department appropriations, Mu-
tual Security bills and reciprocal
trade agreements.
An affirmative role in building
Israel-American relations has been
played by JWV, as tax-paying citi-
zens interested in strengthening
democracy in the Near East, the
Feigenblcrtt Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to, the. memory of tfcc late 9-oois
Feigenblatt, formerly of 711 Eu-
clid Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday. August 30th,
1:30 p.m., Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
Mr. Feigenblatt is survived by his
wife Milly, two sons, Irving of
Miami Beach and Henry of Pan-
ama; also two daughters, Rosita
Gottlieb and Hattie Trachtenberg,
both of Miami Beach; also one
brother, David and two sisters,
Rivka Cohen and Leah Shaw.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Mounment Com-
pany. Friends and relatives
asked to attend.
are
guard the peace through homefront | Jewish veterans have not hesitated
to suggest policies to the State
Department which they feel would
be more effective than strategy
now pursued. Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles has solicited
the views of JWV. However, he
may have been surprised at the or-
ganization's forthright expressions.
Moss, for instance, told Dulles that
"State Department vacillation in
kolidarity welded by an effective
lair employment practices law.
lion commended the President for
his Mated desire for repeal of the
discriminatory McCarran Walter
nmiKration Act and told him that
ish ex-soldiers were behind
mm.
lr recent testimony before a Con-
ire.--;nal committee, a JWV
Spokesman pointed out that Nazis
V well as Communists should be
parrcd from this country. The
JWV stuck to its guns despite the
tact -hat the McCarran-Walter Act
Ida Nazis.
Typical of the Moss approach is
blast aimed at Republican Sen-
ator John W. Bricker and members
1)1 both parties who supported the
Sricker Resolution which would
revent American ratification of
he United Nations Conventions on
I'" ide and Human Rights. A
Jew :i Veteran editorial pointed
lout :hat some professional and
! viewers-with-alarm have
nn.d that United States
nent on the Genocide Con-
h1 n would somehow limit the
and sovereignty of the Unit-
led States. This is nonsense. The
[Genocide Convention, which has al-
Ireac. been signed by nearly every
I ed nation in the world, would
limit only the 'right' of any na-
tion to commit race murder or to
I tt pt to destroy the existence of
ethnic group. It was written
with the purpose of preventing a
recurrence of the kind of beastly
enrn, which the Nazis planned ..."
Waging an aggressive fight
aga:r-t Communism, Moss" efforts
Greenwald Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Fannie
Greenwald, formerly of 3890 NW
65th Street, will be held Sunday,
August 30th, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemtery with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky
officiating. Mrs. Greenwald is sur-
vived by her husband, Sander, and
four sons, Louis, Jack, Robert and
Arthur; six daughters, Mrs. Ger-
trude Hammer, Mrs. Elsie Jacob-
son, Mrs. Rhoda Jackobson, Mrs.
Lillian Marzell, Misses Dorothy
and Helen, and two brothers and
two sisters. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Miami Window.
Polonsky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Nathan
Polonsky, formerly of 3210 NW
68th Street, will take place Sun-
day, August 30th, 3 p.m., at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery,
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Mr. Polonsky is survived by
his wife, Lena. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami Mon-
ument Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
of Yorkville, in
the JWV and
the Near East is seriously preju-1 groups went into
When *
dicing American prestige .
a Syngman Rhee in Korea or a
military dictator in Lebanon un-
dertakes to push the United States
around, it is time to ask ourselves
whether something has not been
lacking in the State Department's
administration of American foreign
policy."
JWV action is coordinated with
five other national Jewish organ-
izations and the 28 community
councils which form the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council. The JWV is now partici-
pating in a joint NCRAC program
which has among its goals "a posi-
tive US immigration policy free
from racism and other discrimina-
tion Fuller respect for and
application of traditional American
civil liberties Protection of
religious liberties, continued separ-
ation of church and state and pro-
motion of inter-religious
standing."
While not essentially constituted
aa an "anti-defamation" group, the
JWV has in instances inspired oth-
er veterans' organizations to close
ranks against bigotry. When a
renaissance of anti-Semitism threat-
ened in the former Nazi-stronghold
New York City,
other veterans'
neighbor-
potential
was no
the
warned
There
hood. They
troublemakers.
trouble.
Under its new leadership, the
JWV encourages Members to ex-
press their individual views. The
Jewish Veteran recently printed
the ideas of one member who told
of his deep concern that Congres-
sional investigations "smack of
medieval inquisitions." He asked
that "it never be forgotten that
America was built by dissenters
and is kept great by men and wom-
en who are not satisfied with the
status quo. By insisting on con-
formity, Congress will hinder rath-
er than help our fight against to-
talitarianism."
JWV leaders recently selected an
address by Senator Herbert H. Leh-
man for reproduction in their per-
iodical. Significantly, Lehman in
this address emphasized that "it
under- is not enough to speak of liberty
and to prajse it. Liberty is a living
thing, a way of life. It means the
right to think and act freely with-
out fear ... It means the granting
of all legal rights to those with
whom we disagree, as well as those
with whom we agree. It means love
and understanding and tolerance."
Henry Cove, head of Vogue
Launry, has been elected president
of the 400-member construction
and service trades division of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce Joseph Rudin became
noble grand of Victory Lodge No.
70 at an installation ceremony in
the American Legion Hall on Mi-
ami Beach. Others include Murray
Busch, vice grand; Herman Cohen,
recording secretary; Israel Toby,
financial secretary; Louis Levine,
treasurer; I. Shalimuth, warden;
Burton B. Loebl, conductor; and E.
B. Hellman, chaplain .
A birthday cake celebrating Mi-
ami's 57th year was cut by pion-
eer Miamlan William Mark Brown.
91, during ceremonies at Bay front
Park. The specially-prepared cake
was baked by August Brothers, of
Miami Sanford Freed, of 919
Cotorro Avenue, Coral Gables, has
been selected as winner of the Law
Week scholastic award for 1953 by
the Bureau of National Affairs in
Washington. A January graduate
of the University of Florida Law
School, he served as a special as-
sistant attorney general during the
past legislative session in Talla-
hassee .
Victor Levine, 40-year-old at-
torney, has become the second
candidate to pay his qualifying fee
for the Miami City Commission
primary. Only other qualifier now
on the list for the November 17th
election is Morris Luck, real estate
developer Undergoing a four-
week orientation course in military
medical service at Brooke Army
Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston,
Texas, is First Lieutenant Robert
M. Epstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan B. Epstein, 1340 Michigan
Avenue, Miami Beach Corpor-
al Henry R. Weiss, 22, Marine son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Weiss, 341
SW 30th Road, Miami, is on duty
with the First Marine Division
Band in Korea County Com-
missioner Preston B. Bird has ap-
pointed a committee to work on
private 'swimming pool safety
measures. Aomng those name are
Mrs. Bernard Ross, 540 SW 18th
Terrace, and Maurice Clien, 420
Lincoln Road .
Dr. Oscar S. Ruskin, dentist,
has been accepted for membership
in the Miami Beach Optimist Club,
according to Irving Firtel, presi-
dent Charles Yulish, Miami
Beach High School senior, will re-
ceive $100 as first prize for his
paper in the Future Scientists Of
America Foundation contest just
concluded. Announcement of the
local recognition was made by W.
H. Eisenman, national secretary of
the American Society for Metals,
sponsors of the awards The
13th annual Southern Appalachian
Contract Bridge Tournament's op-
en pairs championship has been
captured by the contract bridge
team of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Gross, of Asheville, North Caro-
lina, and Miami. Mrs. Gross holds
an American record for regional
play. Her life master husband was
runner-up in the National Men's
pairs of the Summer National
Championship in New York .
Dr. Milton Saslaw, director of
medical research at the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital in Mi-
ami, will be moderator in a one-
day scientific session on cardio-
vascular disease sponsored by the
Florida Heart Association at Tam-
pa on September 14th .
Tropical Chapter Plans
Meeting; Dance Slated
Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold its first meeting
of the new year on Tuesday eve-
ing, September 1st, 8:30 p.m., at
the Sovereign Hotel. Mrs. Irving
Laibson will preside.
The group will hold a Labor Day
dance on Sunday evening, Septem-
ber 6th, 9 p.m., at the Algiers Ho-
tel.
Beach Chapter Party
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold a
menorah game at the Empress Ho-
tel on Wednesday, September 2nd,
12:30 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs, Mrs.
Gloria Margolin and Mrs. Eve Ash-
ley are in charge of arrangements.
North Shore Menorah Games
The North Shore Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
weekly menorah game at the
Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday,
September 2nd, 1 p.m.
Gables B'nai B'rith Women
B'nai B'rith, Coral Gables Chap-
ter, announces the opening of a
membership drive with a dessert
luncheon and swjm party at the
home of Mrs. Alan Benjamin, 5125
Donatello Street, on September
3rd. at 12:30 p.m. In charge of
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THE PROBLEM OF GROUP RELATIONS is always a ^|jcat
Theoretically, we are civilized human beings, and we constantl!"*;
rather pathetically engage in the process of proving the truth of th
supposition But all of our experience seems to show othenrig, tv!
delicacy o the group relations issue emphasizes that we have not
begun to wear knee pants so far as maturity u concerned. Those JH
at one time or another, find themselves dealing with this iSSUe ,3
about tiptoe lest they tred upon very sensitive, exposed areas and 2
troy them
groups
LET S SMOKE IT OUT
Arikfvir"- Havon
-"-~-"- JfcJOw Be r:r Icka r >e~ ithou!
!-rm* rr -r ;;r :: :..s ::..e-r:_e Ssr.r ::
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PfP" ^n,B Ar^rrnr a res^-c-s-bie icr
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t **( w r ic leoaiae bi eraoo-e
:er* He : rs r-s-s- :-r;f; c= : a rcr-
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TH* kMP Is Uarifi.-d
How Hark Is Hark?
S:.-.r. Ar: -s c long way oti bom here,
z id fee DaAoa s Jewish community is an im-
pcra-: cr.-s ? iil'miliriii|l runs high there. Its
ri .r?i :;j:e tm business of poliucs ser.ously.
r~.i-.~: 2>zr..e: Maka has been a contro-
versjal figure ::: z long :^r.e In the thick of the
::.r.ry s :zze duscnmmclion conflict, he is an
en.grr.r : il-.e Je%sh population. We have
beard bum berriend me 'ewrs w;m Jong speeches
:: :ve m Parbament. and we have heard him
.-.e-rr tarvecfJvej on therr. dcys later during the
Daeaen :: roalous pubhc occasions.
3: seerrj :z u that Premiei Malan's hand is
r.cw r>e_r.c ruler by a Canadian Journalist.
1'lne Auicen lr. ~ published interview with h'*"
rrpeur^rc -. ue Toronto Globe and Mail. Miss
AJbh s:.i -r.-r. ?'.ulan has vowed to strip the
"ews ;: tneu- possessions and run them out of
Sooth Africa.
The muod-cburr.cuig Premier in a heated ad-
rrore Parliament, has denied the whole
He say; that he never gave an inter-
-: :.er 'us- fcr the record, we would like
: enow bow -e feels Africa is populaily con-
re.vec as dart Maybe this quality makes
- sc cur -- r.rtle statesman to deter-
rrcne ca :-. :e_n;s -. me mar.ef.
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mmi w -o*t rzoaiafcg w.m mem
armu.rmr : r* -ran r >. It
was -
::--j^an wb: be
;:w ^"^ -'-^^ : m z-MHt that he would
:^=: doug w.-j: his oth-
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r>e5 DOB kBfco iesson from the
mil-wed Denmark s fearlet.
PoiJC OH ba -: German mtnmdctxm.
Hitler may ve-y well have been regarded to-
day as a comic character instead of a murdei-
r oi six rmlLoc Jewish souls.
These areas are the bridges between racial and religious
They are characterized by tenderness at best and belligerency mTmm| I
for the bridges are created by the "advanced guard" of groups tS I
presumably seek to understand one another and as such are saturate
with an over-consciousness of their mission. This over-consciousnfsj I
most often has tolerance as its ideal one which underscores -defiei.
encies" while failing to strengthen similarities. The tolerant persoi
is one who indulges the "weaknesses" of his neighbor and who is tlm
self aggrandized.
Such a practice can hardly lead to intergroup understanding becau
it falls precisely short of smothering, the feeling that the outsider
.. who must be accepted on an equal basis with all other humai
being.v The call for tolerance can often be deceptive since behind m
banner flock many misguided people who are willing to tether their
prejudices but who would never think of burying them A- I set it
the function of intergroup activities must be to create a -ituation it I
which the distinction among races and religions are vigorously hackH
ang S<. lnnt as the need for diplomacy and protocol exists, it u|
clear that the issue of tenderness remains a significant one and thg
little if being done apart from artificially setting up an amo>phere
rdiahty.

THE CONFLICT BETWEEN JUDAISM AND CMODMuty. that two
thousand yearlong battle in the name of a religion that
- and inquisitions, is a good thermometer to measure the advance
in the field of group relations. A recent book by Dr G rae For
attempts to comment on the degree of understanding that has ben
attained between these two groups in our time Entitled The Jen,
Jesu> And Christ, the slender volume is a history of Chr:-tian noli-
tiur.. and it> author explains that his work was motivated b\ the dean'
to develop further similarities and U> demonstrate that the differencn !
separating the two religions are hardly great enough to keep iheg
apart any lor.
This i> a noble sentiment, and it seems that Dr. Fox would hm
done an immeasurable service to mankind, as well as to the caux of
human relations, were he successful- But he could not attain 119
, measure of success because his work commits the sins that character. 1
lze all popular campaigns for tolerance. Primarily, the author s them
is that modern Jewry has done a more praiseworthy job of -..-(-king it I
understand Christians and Christianity than have the followers of Jem
and that the latter must make haste and catch up in this race of under-
standing if any good is to come out of it at all.
Encouraged by this conviction Dr Fox says: "We belien
that as time goes on. the Jews will increasingly include Jess
among their great teachers." 1 Argus Books. Chicago. 1953. page 50.1
But on the other hand, he says: "... he was not accepted by tit
people in his day. nor is he accepted by Jews today." (Page 11.) Tbi
hope, therefore Dr Fox entertains is that such acceptance will kt
forthcoming in the future Despite the fact that the book is addressed
to Christian and Jew alike, it primarily places the burden of suck |
acceptance on the Jew
The author thereupon proceeds to tear out a page from the prt-1
selytizer's primer The literature soulfully pressed into Jew ish hatai
by missionaries on crowded street corners and on displa> in railroai
stations is precisely the literature Dr. Fox fabricates to deroonstrm I
the essential similarities in Judaism and Christianity. This is a dan|(t> |
ous practice. So long as the Christian finds it necessary to identify
himself, even if subconsciously, with Jewish history' md rehgien I
literature, be is in the process of exposing the weakness of hu ml* |
lectual and spiritual position. When the Jews feel the need to eogiti
in similar practices* he demonstrates that he does not understand th
culture and tradition from which he derives. Dr. Fox's scholarly cita-
tions from Jewish and Christian religious works, in this regard, w
therefore humorous, and his effort to explain the history of eart)
, Christian development is naive. Both these directions lead to a doublt
conclusion that Jesus was a good Jew in his time and that the
Romans were solely responsible for the Christian messiah's crucifixion

THE BATTLE REVOLVING ABOUT THf immediate circumstancei
Of the life of Jesus rests on thin ground His personal experience*
mainly related in the New Testament which Dr. Fox, by impbcatioB.
alludes to as "propaganda material." (Page 14.) The employment of
1 citations and "historic" reference as a means of characterizing J*>
H thus clearly one sided, and the conclusion that the Romans crucilw
him is a downright insult. No Christian worth his salt continues i.
our time to weep bloody tears over the crucifixion as a Jewish inspire!
affair This myth appeals to popular Christian anguish and only dott
a disservice to the cause Dr Fox has presumably espoused
As Dr Sigmund Freud has pointed ouL it stands side by side wm
the pogrom tale that the Passover matsoth contains Christian blew
and is an indication of Christendom's guilt arising out of a two4hot
and > ear old destructive history Some of this guilt, even if in negstwj
fashion, has apparently rubbed onto Dr. Fox who admits that U
cross has been the sign of desperation and death and Jesus, to"1'*
a >>mbol of inhuman ferocity which "strains the imagination1 m
arouse* the deepest resentment." (Page 16.) Still, the author call* W
bygones to be bygones
But he does so on the basis of his initially false proposition-
that the Jews will ultimately accept the Christian messiah This w
hardly be true If Dr Fox seeks to establish a bridge between u*
religions and to create a valid situation for intergroup un
standing, then he must begin with this stand: That Jud"snih^(
Christianity are essentially different except in their ethics which
eosapletely Jewish That the Jew can not accept Christian ntti
he effaces the manir.g of Judaism That such lack of acceptance
not be excused, and the hnstian must not seek to extract any exc
And that the Christian must face up to the wholly un-Chnstian
nitur
of his past history, to the horror of hu crusades"and his inquisitj0^*
These things. Dr Fox has not done As a Rabbi, he has 1
t to perpetuate further the popular myths that keep thel
religions at odds He has acted as an .~>.u^,rf and called for toier> ^
But what is there
In
acted as an apologist and
be tolerated* The Jew because be
minority or the Christian whose inhumanity to man will "
thousand new years of amends*


pmAY. AUGUST 28, 1953_
fJewlstftcridHati
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BtnJtr
JWV Delegation
fo Attend
Encampment
. commander Bill Bender, of the
Department of Florida Jewish War
Kterans of the United States of
Lnerka, will head a large delega-
[jo n attending
L 58th National
Ineampment of
he JWV in Chi-
lago on Septem-
er 2nd through
llh ,
The national
Lthermg is
Lheduled for the
Iherman Hotel.
hcluded in the
bcal delegation
[,-,- Mavor Har-
I Shapiro of Miami Beach, Com-
hander of Miami Beach Post No.
J30 Louis Phillips, National Ex-
ecutive Committeeman from the
fourth Region; Oscar Rappaport,
lommander of Miami Post No. 174;
laptain Lester C. Soldz, Miami
leach Post No. 330; Harry Cohen.
Yorker Hotel, Miami Beach
tot No. 330; Abe Garod. Coral
lables Post No. 243; and William
Hoffheims, Broward County
Ihi No. t>13.
-Heading the National Constitu-
I and By laws committee will
Louis Phillips, of Miami, who
j on the committee with Bender.
I While in Chicago. Commander
(, lerwill present to Don McNeil.
the Breakfast Club, a commen-
Li .ii for his work in helping to
L-t the morale of hospitalized
Irvieemen The presentation will
made over the American Broad
Ltinu System on Wednesday,
fcptemlx r 2nd, I-ocal outlet is sta-
bnWQAM
SERVICES AT ZAMORA
. : 1
Anti-Defamation League chairmen of B'nai B'rith Districts
No. 5 and 7 meet in Atlanta to program activities for the
year ahead. Extensive plans to employ the manpower
of the more than 200 B'nai B'rith Lodges in the South in
projects designed to better human relations were outlined
during an intensive two-defy session. Picture above (left
to right, seated) are George Fagin, Oklahoma City, and
George J. Talianoff. Miami. Standing are Alfred E.
Smith, Charlotte, Alexander F. Miller, ADL Southern
director, and Arthur I. Levin, director of ADL, Atlanta
Regional Office.
RABBI MAX LANDMAN
who will officiate at Hie
High Holy Days Services at
the light and airy Coral Gab-
les Coliseum. Reservations
far tickets for Hie High Holy
Days are now being taken
at Zamora Temple, phone
83-4279.
CANTOR DAVID BAGLtY
well-known Southland Can-
tor, will assist Rabbi Land-
man, Zamora Center spiritual
leader, conduct conservative
, services in a modern tra-
ditional manner and lead a
choir of outstanding voices.
B'nai B'rith Women Hold Tag Day Here
fhilip Brummer
New Beach
Center Cantor
amucl Friedland, president of
e Miami Beach Jewish Center,
flounced this week that Cantor
ilsp 11 Brummer as assumed the
U of (enter Cantor and will
ke his official debut wjth the
lilting of the services on Seli-
01 ninhi. September 5th.
Cantor Brummer received his
msical training in both the Vien-
and Prague Conservatories of
usic. While still in his teens, he
iieiatod for the Southport He-
ew Congregation in Southport,
gland, and afterwards, the
ighton Hebrew Congregation in
Ehton. England.
After his arrival in America,
iMor Brummer held posts in Chi-
and Washington, DC. In ad-
ion to his synagogue duties, he
heard frequently in radio con-
Is. His television work includes
appearance as the first cantor
sing for the United States
easury Department in connec-
n with a bond drive.
He will chant all services and
pcrvise the musical program of
e Religious School and all affil-
groups of the Miami Beach
wish Center.
the Tag Day.
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of I bers of B'nai
i South Florida held a Tag Day for jzationi here
Greek and Korean Relief all day
Friday, August 21st.
According to co-chairmen Ida
Optner and Mrs. A. Frank Wellins,
the drive was citywide and also
included Hollywood.
Miami headquarters were at the
Miami Colonial Hotel. The Delano
Hotel was headquarters for Miami
Beach.
Some 200 women solicited in the
streets for funds to be sent to
South Korea and for victims of the
recent disaster in Greece. Mem-
B'rith Youth organ-
also participated in
The Services will be further enhanced at Zamora by the choral
singing of a highly trained groop of IS voices.
? ?Ml
I M v v !
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Homostead
Center To
Mark Holiday
For the first time in the history
of Homestead, High Holy Day serv-
ices will be held in the city's own
Jewish Center.
Herman Marks, president, an-
nounced that services will be held
on September 10th and 11th, to i
observe Rosh Hashonah.
Yom Kippur-services will be j
held September 17th evening and
all day. Friday. September 18th.
After services, a supper will be
served to break the fast.
In charge of information are
William Raskin and Sol Neuman.
Homestead Jewish Center Sun-
day School classes will be resum-
ed for the New Year, according to
Mrs. Ethel Levine.
&
.,
ZAMORA
Jewish i;\ i ;
44 Zamora Ave.
CORAL GABLES
FLORIDA >
0.
m*.
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Welsmann Hadauah Picnic
The Chaim Weizmann Group of
Hadassah will hold a picnic lunch
on Sunday, August 3th, at Crandon
Park, Pit No. 3, Parking lx>t No.
2. Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
I. Cook.
TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE
> cordially invite you to join with us in the
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
ROSH HASHONAH YOM KIPPUR
in the airy, comfortable CORAL GABLES COLISEUM
RABBI MAX M. LANDMAN
Cantor David Bagley and Choir
for Reservations and Information:
Phone 83-4279, day or evening
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S3 for Call
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Joseph Cherner, recently honored in New York by the Albert
Itinstein College of Medicine on the eve of his departure for
Itsrael, is presented with a letter from the College to Prime
C~5i David Ben-Gurion advising him that Israel medical
Indents would be welcome at the College. Left to right are
l^amuel Hausman; Max J. Etra, vice chairman of Yeshiva Uni-
ersi,y's Board; Mr. Cherner; and George Alpert, Brandeis
I mvei8i,y leader who is serving as honorary campaign chair-
iman for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
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Younger, Singer
Plan Fall Wedding
Marilvn June Younger and Rob-
ert Singer will wed in the Fall.
The couple's engagement has been
announced by the bride-elects
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Younger. 228 Madeira Avenue.
Coral Gables
Miss Younger was graduated
from Bexley High School in Co-
lumbus, Ohio, and attended North-
western University She is a grad
uate of the University of Miami,
where she majored in Govern
ment. She is a member of the
Florida Education Association and
was secretary of the International
Relations Club.
The bride-elect was also on the
Stage Door Canteen
Dance Slated Tonight
A Stage Door Canteen show and
dance sponsored by the Service-
men's Information Center and
Lounge will be held at the Miami
' Beach Auditorium on Friday eve-
1 ning. 8 p.m.. according to Maurice
) Klein, director.
Night club entertainment will in-
clude a 10-piece orchestra and re-
1 freshments. More than 1.000 jun-
ior hostesses are scheduled to be
on hand to dance with servicemen.
Men and women from all branch-
es of the Armed Forces are elig-
ible to attend.
Tots About Town...
lpfl%s
Hiii Marilyn Younger
- ha- done grad-
Education at the
-. rsitj : Miami. Syracuse
: and the University of
- the past three
been on the teach-
ng stall mstock Elementary
S b
Hi I Mi and Mrs
- Singer ~2l Sistina Avenue.
U :- an Air Force vet-
graduate of Brook-
High School and received his
.aw degree from Suffolk Univer-
-.; The Singer family formerly
resided in Brookhne. Massachu-
Mr Singer is a member of
etts Bar.
Name Committee For
Yom Kippur Danee
The Miami Beach Lodge and
I napter of B'nai Bnth this week
intly announced appointments
to the committees in charge of ar-
rangements for the annual Yom
Kippur night dance sponsored by
both organizations which will be
held on September 19th. at the
Delano Hotel.
The committee from the Miami
Be..ch Lodge will consist of Jack
.' Gold Sam A. Gold>tein. Walter
C Kovner. George J. Talianoff.
Paul Seiderman. Sol S. Goldstrom.
Irving Schatzman. David Alper.
Saul Genet. Allen Goldberg. Har-
ry Decky. Peter F Heller. Harry
I Lazer. Ben Moskowitz. David Pav-
lo and Michael Sossin. chairman.
The B'nai B'nth Women mem-
. bers of the committee are the
..rnes Sid Schwartz. Ben Le-
I bor. Helen Sanders. Abe Schwartz.
' Irvine Solomon. Sol Goldstrom.
David Brown. Gil Balkin. Lillian
n. Charles Goldberg. Sam
1 Ashley. Theodore Isaacs, Harry
Kaufman. Ida Optner. Harold
Spiegel. Gershon Miller. Harold
Turk. Harry Margolin and Michael
- -n. chairman
The dance will feature an en-
tertainment program, dance con-
test and refreshments
THE WORLD IN HIS HANDS
. They are the chubby lit-
tle fingers of Mark Weinstein,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Weinstein, 4541 Royal Palm
Avenue, Miami Beach.
_ Bab)
BEAUTY IN A BONNET ... is
this pensively smiling Miss.
She is Shelly Goldman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
nett Goldman. 777 86th
Street. Miami Beach.
l^no.* !>' Ai'lmorr
Lantaff To Address Beth Sholom Men
Israelite Center Institutes
Programs At Meetings
The Israelite Center is mstitut-
;r_ .. -ones of programs in con-
junction with its regular meetings.
The next meeting will be held
Tuesday, September 1st. at 8:30
Rpd Irons Hook pm.he special feature will ^ an
it* Hvh'USVd HvrV address by Louis Schwartzman. di
A new d:-a-ter manual prepar rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
: the Dade County Chapter, ucation He will give an account
Red Cross tor the 1953-54 season of his recent trip to Israel Irv
has been completed and copies div mg Sperling is program chairman.
tributed to ke> member? of the ------------------------------
r committee. Harry Ebright Rabbi Cassel Is Feted
Congressman William C. Lan-
taff will be principal speaker at
the first Fall meeting of the Men's
Club of Temple Beth Sholom. Mi
ami Beach, on Tuesday. Septem-
ber 1st. 8 p.m.. it was announced
by Jack A Abbott, president of
the Men's Club
Congressman lantaff will dis-
cuss: The World Today From A
United States Congressman's
Viewpoint. Lantaff recently listed
twenty questions of current inter-
est to residents of the Greater
Miami area, and it is expected that
he will give a report on their re-
Downtown Synagogue Tickets
High Holiday tickets are now on
sale for Rosh Hashonah services
i at the Downtown Synagogue, ac-
; cording to an announcement this
week. They can be purchased from
8 a.m. to 10 a.m.. and from 5:30
p.m. to 8:30 p.m., daily. Registra-
tion of students at the Hebrew
School is also taking place at
these hours, the announcement
said.
sponses at this meeting.
Frank Kamen. chairman of the
Program Committee, also reports
that refreshments will be served
following the meeting.
Cantor Tessler Officiates
At Young Israel Service
Solomon Lobel. president of
Young Israel Synagogue. 4001
Chase Avenue. Miami Beach, this
week announced that Cantor Isi-
dore Tessler will officiate during
High Holiday services this year.
Cantor Tessler. who is noted for
his Orthodox cantonal renditions
nf the traditional melodies, has of-
ficiated in synagogues throughout
the country.
Young Israel Synagogue is fully
air conditioned and will conduct a
fully Orthodox service, according
to Lobel.
Jacob Kaufman, vice president,
in charge of seating reservations,
said this week that tickets may be
obtained at the synagogue from
7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. daily, and eve-
nings from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Wifl Dicu brad
Lou*s Schwartzman. execuiii. J
rector of the Bureau ./gj
ucation. will be guest Z*
the Tuesday luncheon rneJ*
the Miami Beach LodgT^t
B'rith. on September la
Yin Restaurant. Schwartzman
has just returned from an ext2l
ed trip through Israel, will dUruM
Israel The Land Of ContSjl
Rabbi Shapiro To Seri
On Army Committee
Lieutenant General a. r l i
linger. Commanding General o! th, I
Third Army, has extended a- i. I
vitation to Rabbi Max Shapiro u{
serve on the Army Advisory CoJ
mittee. '
The Committee will serve
liaison between the Army anc i0
communities and will ad\i>e i
Army projects and problems
Rabbi Shapiro has served for ov. I
er 20 years as spiritual learer of I
the Beth David Congregation %!
was a member of the faculty a; ^
University of Miami for five ;irjl
and was one of the first orgar.iti|
of the Zionist District and Council j
here.
He subsequently served tx iu|
president for several terms.
Israelite Center Registration
Israelite Center will enrol: stfrl
dents into the Center Religion aail
Sunday Schools on Sunday Auj-I
ust 30th, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. fcj.1
istration Monday will be from I
a.m., to 12 noon. Principal i Rat.1
bi Morton Malavsky. Mrs Sail
Sandier is chairman of the ?- ardI
of Education. Sunday School pro-]
cipal is Mrs. Al Oliphant.
South Shore Club Meeting
South Shore Citizen- Club mil
meet on Sunday evening. Augiut
30th, 8 p.m.. at the Blackstor.e Hc-
tel, according to Mrs. Lena MiatH) I
es. president. Malvin Englante.]
will preside. Presentation of tic
charter of the club will be aafcl
by Louis Shafkin. vice pre.-idettl
Louise Chapter Tea \\
The American Jewish CongreaJ
Louise Chapter, held a mtT.be-1
ship tea yesterday at the ho-ed
! Mrs. Ruth Mandel. 3784 Sherida.
! Avenue. Miami Beach She |
assisted by co-hostesses Mrs.
Glickman. Mrs. Ruth Ro-- ut\
! Mrs. RtMh Greene.
THE JEWISH WOMAN'S LIFE CHANGES IN ISRAEL
-man. announced this week.
Listed in the 30-page manual are
38 official Red Cross hurricane
The Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel
North-side Center will hold a re-
ception to welcome the Center's
shelters, located at straegic points new spintua, ,eader ^^ ^^
throughout Dade County Beside
regular shelters, sixteen additiona
A. Cassel. on Sunday evening. Aug-
ust 30th. at 6500 North Miami Ave-
buildings have been designated as ,' d n T 1 i. V,
t r,At-, k-i4._ .. i j, nue Mrs Pearl Berke and the Hos-
.'tindb> shelters to handle over- .i:. r..., ,,
flow groups in case of a part.cu- ? il'l^^f R Z "
-rly disastrous gtorm. ', 're>hrm'; When a hurricane alert is sound- S'^u'li ^ ^ '^
I. the public will >* *dvd of "*h "ol> H0"da> to" at lhe
ed
shelter locations through newi
papers, radio and TV statioi
Temple
Approximately 500 persons have. TmPk l*rael Member Drive
volunteered for Red Cr. "" A Go!d*" arA M"rr'-
relief and are a.-igned to dutiei '"""" TemPle Israel B"ard mem-
Ebnght stated Assisting him in i lxr' are ict,ng *~ c" the organizational work Bew,l' PP"'nted Membership
Novotny. chapter manager, who f-ornmittee The committee is con-
serve- aKo as director of disa-ter ductin a membership drive in the
preparedness and relief
Kornfelds Mark
Goldep Anniversan
Guests of honor at a reception 0reat" Miami community
and golden wedding dinner in the
community among unaffiliated
h re-idents. Temple Israel
membership includes residents of
Miami Beach. Coral Gables Miami
Shores and all other areas of the
Shelborne Hotel early last week SeTen Lively Arts
Tre^!theiLuand DaV'd Kornfeld- Fnenda of the Seven Lively Arts
of 6831 Abbott avenue. Miami will meet tonight. 8 p m at Uth
Beach Prior to coming to Miami Street and Ocean Court Jack
Beach eight years ago. Mr. Korn Bemporad, of Tulane University
feld was active in Detroit as a will discuss: The Oldest Profession
building contractor In The World. Reading by Chain.
Twenty-five guests toasted the Rose are also scheduled
couple's 50 years of married life.____________________
Hosts of the evening were Milton Beth David Barbecu*
(f heaKrn'^tH e' A"n-dauhter A gala barbecue sponsored by
m JSf.ii ?h a v." RT ,he Beth David Sisterhood will be
Marshall, another daughter, who held on Sunday. August 30th 7
1 he l^ln Z 7 ParCnt? NS,e LisS' S'" Miami Ave:
at the golden wedding dinner. nue.
By GRACE JAN WALDMAN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTONIn Israel, worn-1
an's work is a man-sized job. This
was learned from Civanah Goitein,
lovely daughter of the Minister
Plenipotentiary of the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington.
Civanah is one of a colony of 30
Israel Embassy ladies who give us j
insight into the differences exist-
ing between Israeli and American
women. The Ministers daughter
listed the rights and responsibili-
ties of the Israel woman, including
her legal and social equality, her
army responsibilities, her pride in
having shared equally in Israel's
achievements, her masculine du-
ties, her intensive physical and in-
tellectual tasks. These factors may '
have removed the inclination to
keep up with beauty care"al-'
though I think it's very important,"
Civanah added.
Civanah said that the Israel wom-
an cannot afford to take proper
care of her face and figure because
of the scarcity of proteins and
abaundance of starches. Cosmetics
are a rare commodity in Israel,
while in America countless adver
tisements stress femininity that can
be bought in a bottle or achieved
by scientific dieting.
Aside from her career, which is
generally of equal intensity as that
of her husband's housework for the
Israel woman is a man-siied wom-
an's job. This entails standing in
tedious lines for rationed food and
running a home without American-
type gadgets. Israel husbands do
not share the responsibility of
"mothering'' their children or
watching after them while mother
is still at work, as many American
. men do Instead, highly developed
j nurseries have as their function to
care for the children of Israel worn- chile*. Elsewhere in the East. |
en have the status of proper:;
migrants in Israel from Ev-"t[
countries find it difficult to ai;
on during working hours.
The social, legal and political
status of the Israel woman is on a
par with her responsibilities, in their primitive customs to
contrast to the situation in other' democratic ways of Israel.
Eastern countries. A woman is elig- j Civanah Goitein feels that tb
ible to cast her vote and to be elec-' is less social and professional *ej
ted to all offices. She is an integral i crimination against women
member of the defense forces and reel than in America. Womcr. *r*j
shares equal conscription duties' in the administration, occupy lee*j
with men. For years men and worn-1 ing positions in the profession! aedl
en served a minimum of two years
in the army. Now men must serve
for two and one half years, but Ci-
are judges, lawyers, doctors, jo*!
nalists. One woman, Golds M)l
son, has been a minister in the 1*1
vanah Goitein reminds us, "they eign service and now serves an
moved men up, not women down."
The basic training program for
men and women is essentially the
same, and even married women! important educational instituuan j
are called to serve in the reserve I are co-ed. There are 122 womeno1
Minister of Labor and Social toj>M
ance. Women are equally prepuw
with men for all fields, and W
of 120 members of the Kr.esiH
The majority of women, hov.njl
are in the fields of "!,l."**|
nursing and teaching. This is P*\
bably due less to traditional rl
sons than to Israel's intense r.e*|
forces.
A controversy arose some time
ago between the orthodoxy and the
government of Israel concerning
the conscription of tradition-bound
orthodox Jewish women. The draft- a
ing of women was opposed on the! for technological skills. For w
grounds that it defied ancient Rab-! reason, the arts have lagged **w*
binical laws. A compromise is be-1 in Israel's development: neon
ing made in this area. The army there are few women artists,
may now assign special, lighter
duties to orthodox women and of-
fers them protection, realizing
their problems in adjusting to mod-
ern krael customs. Moetzet Hapoalot, or ""
Other legal and social rights have Women's Council. This is ne*
been adjusted to the position of' by Beba Idelsonk who is *
women A woman now calls her {member of the Knesset. It ''
on the whole, few great arts"
Israel. -J
An organized active force
cial betterment of wome".".hll
engafH
in promoting'trade unionise
nwng "
and *n0
husband "ish" (man) instead of I posed of 140.000 women <
"baal" (master.) A woman's prop-
erty may be bequeathed to her
heirs; it does not necessarily be-
come the property of her husband.
Some time ago. the father, or in
case of his death, the grandfather
was responsible for the offspring of
a marriage; the mother has since
become the natural guardian of her
in promoting m" _
vocational trailing among <* I
This organization and *rw
known as WIZO promote I
tion of immigrants in the < J
work of Israel living. P"
training courses and bousin.
career women
and attempt pr<
in education and public sen
.ce.


my AUGUST 28, 1953
JewfaifcrfrHj
PAGE7ft Gr*ter Miomi Jewish
Personally Speaking

-k and Mrs. Leo 0tef announce
L arrival of Ira Alan's brother,
B Herman, on August 10th.
to to -to
Mrs. William Friedman, who lost
er sister, Anne Levinson, former-
of New York, is staying at the
Marseilles Hotel until September
Dr Louis Coverman passed the
orida State Board dental exam-
ation and received notice on the
me dav to report to Texas for
tv with the Armed Forces. He
A been practicing dentistry in
io previously. His brother is
man D. Coverman, of 4441 SW
Street, Miami.
to to to
Mr Adolfo Kaufman, of Bayfront
nor Apartments, has returned
Miami after a week's visit in
w York.
to to -to
r and Mrs Addie Grunhut, of
Aviv, Israel, announce the
h of their son, Ron Harel, on
r. PltUbnrfh, Pennsylvania.
their last stopover for a visit with
another brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Sacks, and with
Mra. Alpert's mother, Mrs. Phillip
Stone.
Cr to -to
Off on a European tour are Mr.
and Mrs. David Phillips.
to to -to
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Scdon, of
520 SW 26th Road, are in Los
Angeles celebrating the birth of
their fifth grandchild, Dale Sam-
uel Weinberg, born at the Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital on August
14th. Father is William Weinberg.
Mother is the former Muriel Se
don, native Miamian. Maternal
great grandmother is Mrs. Gisela
Newlander, of 276 SW 30th Road.
Mr. Scdon will return here fol-
lowing the Bris. Mrs. Sedon plans
to remain in Los Angeles for sev
eral months.
to to to
Miami Beach Councilman Ber-
nard Frank is currently touring
gust 15th, in Miami. Mrs. Grun- through Europe. He was last
is the former Ceil Rotfort, of
Is city.
* -to to
fedwin EngflL son of Mr. and
Moe Kngel. 753 NW 19th
et. is spending his vacation
heard from this week as he visited
Stockholm, Sweden.
to -to to
Among residents o f Miami
Beach now vacationing at Scaroon
Manor on Schroon Lake, New York,
[Forrest Hills. Long Island, and ; is Linda Spitalnik, of 1117 Euclid
ng Beach, New York, with his
I and uncles, Mr. and Mrs.
PraRer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Larz and Mr. and Mrs. Victor
kgler.
to to to
B-a Goldberg, of Miami
belt, has returned home after
re-month motor tour through
Jersey, Connecticut and New
rk She was -accompanied by
mother. Mrs. Sarah Goldberg.
vr to
Jlrs. Betty Alpert and daughter,
fy. of 1624 SW 20th Street, Mi-
have returned from an ex-
iled trip after visiting with Mrs.
crt's brother and sister-in-law,
jtenant Commander and Mrs.
hur Stone, of Beaufort, South
Dlina. From there, they trav-
to Columbus, Ohio, for a stay
Mrs Alpert's brother-in-law
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Spey-
Avenue.
-to -to to
A sweet sixteen birthday party
is on the teen program for Marcia
Gelder in the Scheherazade Dining
Room of the Algiers Hotel on Sat-
urday night. The daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harris H. Gelder, Marcia
will be joined by about 50 of her
classmates from Miami High
School. A dance exhibition will
highlight the birthday fete.
-Cr to to
Mrs. Irving Bernstein, of 1610
NW 34th Street, has returned from
Washington, D.C., where she vis-
ited her sister and brother-in-law,
Florence and Murray Shipper. The
Shippers are annual visitors here.
While up North, Mrs. Bernsten al-
so traveled to New York for a
brief stay with her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Moses, and their son, Stevie. On
her return trip, she made a stop-
over at Safety Harbor, Florida, and
is now staying at the Goral Reef
Hotel with her sons, Samuel and
Buddy. Staying with ner for a
week at the Coral Reef was her
sister, Mrs. George Becker, of New
York City.
to to to
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose, of
the Royal Palm Hotel, left to join
their children in New York, where
they will spend the High Holidays
prior to embarking late in Sep-
tember for a European tour.
to to -to
Off for a brief stay in New York
is Mrs, Leonard Wien. She will
return to her North Bay Road home
on September 1st, accompanied by
her daughter, Josephine.
to to to
Former New York residents Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kleinman and
daughter now live in Miami. Their
home is at 4029 SW 10th Street.
to to -to
Staff Sergeant Herbert B. Gelt-
ner left Wednesday for duty at
the Marine Corps Air Station, El
Toro. California, to await assign-
ment overseas during the first
week of September. Sergeant
Geltner will be assigned to the
Marines' Photographic Squadron
now in Korea to do Photographic
Interpretation work of foreign in-
stallations. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Geltner.
to to -to
Stopping for a two-week vaca-
tion at the Algiers Hotel are Arn-
old Kurland, Harold Singer and
Donald Fox, of Baltimore, Mary-
land.
Schools Slate Registration
Registration will be held at all
Jewish schools of Great**" Miami
from September 1st through 20th.
Greater Miami enrollment of Jew-
ish students* in afternoon, Sunday
and All-Day schools is expected to
top the totals of 2,928 in the Sun-
day schools and 1,481 in the after-
noon schools of last year, accord -
I ing to a statement of Max Meisel,
I president of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
they will be instilled with a sense -
of the continuity of the Jewish
people and so that they will gain
a, sense of belonging, secure jM the t*.
world about them."
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in every section of Greater Miami.
A complete listing appears weekly
in the Religious Directory publish-
ed by The Jewish Floridian.
The Hebrew High School, meet
ing at the Bureau building, 135
NW 3rd Avenue, and at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, will open af-
ter the High Holidays, with its first
year of Junior College under the
j principalship of Herbert Berger.
director of Extension Activities of
the Bureau.
All parents, said Meisel, are urg-
ed to register their children in a
Jewish school of their choice "so
that the child may gain a well-
spring of happiness and enrich-
ment for life, so that they may
enter upon their rich traditional
heritage and grow up as useful citi-
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FRIDAY. AUGUST
Dickson Represents
Community Center
At Conference
Jack Dkkson has N
rated M the otSkd went*
live of tho Greater Miami JewisB
Community Center to tho National
lewish Youth Cenference which
b beins hold this year at Camp
C< j* in in Port lerris, Now \ ork.
irom August -8th
- hrouch Septem-
er 2nd it
^unced by A
Cottar, the
'enter's J
nittee

This sixth an
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Casablanca Players Bring Moss Hart
Hit Here; Will Run Through September 7
Fitting enough, a comed> season will be featured in Light
ibMl shoe bu>im--> currently lp The Sky.
tSLt finale to the initial rim- The ca>. *>*>>. *
mer season of staSe play* beta, mors as M,> Low* Altan *
presented bv the O Ptaj Carlton Hgerald: Sybil Rub n
, Miam, Beach > Chhtae. Frances Black: Eric App.ewh.te
\ a< Owen Turner: Maybelle Sheri
- ,. w ..#. dan Jala- a- Stella Livingston.
Director Sam Hirsch s presenU Kent Lewelhn as Peter Sloane.
' Settf, Rubin a- Sidney Black; Ann
Shaw as S\en: Kvclyn King as lr
ene Livingston: Nick Ryder as Ty-
ler Ray burn, and Ben Sachs as
William H Gallegher
Setting for the play is a suite in
Bo-non's Rit* l arlton Hotel, an ap-
Z: Air Ccni::;cn Cer.:e:
; ...
-
-- .

Hart Broadway hit of a fee yean
rill run through September
7th. at the Club Morocco ol the
(85 Collins Avenue
- tirst pel lor mam
- Royal Theater late
:n liH? Light I P The Sky has
Cantor Fenokel Offfckrfts
At Ttmckin Bar hWtrruk
Ceremonies were conducted last
Friday evening and Saturday morn-
ing at the Hebrew Academy. Miami
Beach, by refugee Hungarian Can-
tor Nicholas Fenakel. honoring the
Bar Mitrvah of Jerbme Temchin.
son of Mr and Mrs Max W. Tern
chin. Coral Gables, former resi-
dents of Detroit. Michigan.
Cantor Fenakel, leading cantor
in Budapest in prewar years, has j
sung in numerous synagogues j
throughout the country' since his
arrival here prior to accepting the ;
Women Call For liw
As Convention Site
The Miami area as ,h. v L
the 1956 Internahon.1 bJ2*I
Convention of the Federal!
Business and Profession.] u
en's Clubs will be urged thi< lj
end at Savannah at a regional.!
ference. J
A motorcade will carry a in
delegation of Florida women
eluding Mrs. Pauline Hoover I
sacola. state president, who
behind the move to get some 8.0
BPW's to converge or. Miami
ej u croups throui
the eountrj
Pokiai fun at the so-called greats
of tho American theater, the play
- ..bout a POOP 1 rk theater folk who attend the
: their new play in Bos
i the curtain opens, the
-- and backer u
. Um pn'spect ol a tre-
. -- hich they antici-
-.-. work o: an unP.
Op
The
by the first theatrical group to
stage a successful season of plays
in a Greater Miami hotel.
The Casablanca Players opened
their inaugural season on June
20th. with Somerset Maugham's
Constant Wife Anne Of The
Thousand Days. The Rose Tattoo
and Loves Merry-Go-Round fol-
lowed, each for a two week's run.
with the exception of Tennessee
Williams' Rose Tattoo which was
held over for a third week
Yr H.r-ch. on leave of absence
from University of Miami, soon
ukes a t. the will announce plans for the 1953
- productions by the
I' :<"
N curtain time for the per-
- lp The Sky.
-.ich runs through Ijbor Day
the exception I Monday. Ang-
st 31st an -' for 8 30 p.m.
ea Dane:: final curtain
-
DAY WORKERS
$5 A Si and Fan
CeUree MeMs-Part Time o- FUl
Thm* in Private Homes
Msttl Mates farters Dithwetkai]
ACE EMPLOYMENT
n N.E. lot Av*. ph
No Charga to Employer
GORDON ROOFING AID I
SHEET METAL WORIS
Meva jr*u. /* rapairoo now. _||
anil eave on a naw roof m, I
"atiataatary War*
Exaarlance* Man"
?Ml W. Ond A.ariM
honi 4 nae
Kosher Moat Dealer
Convicted On Beach
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Cmmfr MitMti ftmoktl
i cantor at Congregation Ad-
a- Sholem in Detroit, one of the
lyuageguiii in the United
-
The Bar Mitzvah celebrant, a
eventh gnde pupil at the Hebrew
Academy, conducted the Friday
evening sen ice.-, and read from the
Torah during the Sabbath services.
Cantor Fenakel chanted the Shac
n< and Musaf services and the tra-
ditional Sabbath liturgy
A close friend of the Temchin
family. Cantor Fenakel came to
Miami Beach for the Confirmation
at the request of the Bar Mitrvah's
paternal grandparents. Mr and
Mrs Daniel Temchin. leading civic
citizens in Detroit and founders
of the Hebrew Academy there.
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North Shore Plans
School Registration
Registration for the Religious
School of the North Shore Jewish
Center will be held on Sunday
morning. August 30th. and Sep-
tember 1st and 2nd. all day
The Religious School faculty will
be headed by Philip Chaiton. He
will assist Rabbi Mayer Abramo
witr
Huh Holiday services will be
held in the mam Synagogue where
permanent plush seats are now be-
ing installed, it was announced this
week
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Meatrials for the
fror> O rreto
Jewisi Trade
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ryiY, AUGUST 28, 1953
*JenistncriaHaf7
Hoters Raid
wish Quarters
IrARIS iJTA) An attempted
Ld by a column of Arab nation-
L; on the Jewish quarter in
ibal .Morocco, was successfully
Edttd by French police, the Par-
radio said Monday. The an-
lunccnieiit added that police had
kmrsrd the crowd without cas-
l"6* ... j
Heavily armed police stood
lar.l outside a synagogue in Cuja,
Eastern Morocco, while funeral
\iCes were held for four Jews
including an 11-year-old girl
ed in rioting last week, it was
cried here. A Jewish-owned
armacy was burned down. Ouja,
jch is located near Algeria, was
cenc of a pogrom in 1948,
|en the Jewish quarter was deva-
lued by a mob. Five Jews were
,| arid 30 injured at that time.
ihouh the new pro-French
Itan of Morocco is reported to
(friendly towards the country's
p.000 Jewish citizens, apprehen-
js still felt here over the pos-
|]it] thai the deposed nationalist
jt;m mi-ilit suddenly return and
I, power again. It is generally
Lied that if the new Sultan
jiains in power, the Arab atti-
lowarda the Jews here might
t '
- several yean, the Joint Dis-
h'ion Committee has been con-
iive child-care and
Meal aid programi in behalf of
[f 75,000 destitute Jews in Mor-
tbe vast majority of them
ren.
irton's Has Rosh
ishonah Package
p igain, Barton's Bonbon-
re ha> turned to time-honored
|day customs, ceremonies and
i ] a- the inspiration for its
Hashmidh packaging,
ne of the most unusual and
iing of these gifts is a round
I box fittingly called the Rosh
nub., created by the noted
kter and silver designer Hya
pr. and the second in a series
liginal holiday paintings com-
ioned by Barton's Bonbon-
fce colored cover of the Rosh
pooah depicts in Schor's de-
folk style four traditional
nonies of the Holy Day Sea-
| the sounding of the Sho-
[the Tashlich service, the Sim-
Torah service and the cus-
I of eatinc in the gaily decorat-
ukkah
ton'- traditional paper-boxed
Year Assortment has also
given the Hya Schor treat-
I this year. The wedgewood
box shows in almost three-
tnsional detail a handwrought
crown and other Torah or-
ients
kh Barton Hebrew New Year
I contains an illustrated sixteen
booklet describing the High
Mays, us laws, customs and
-tories.
items are available at any
"* Barton Continental choco-
fchops r may be ordered
*>gn the firm's Mail Order De-
"". 80 DeKalb Avenue,
y. 1, New York.
PAGE 9A
Miss Patricia Powell, senior registered nurse on the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad streamliner fleet, is shown arriving in New
York on the Silver Meteor at the end ol her 770th round trip
between there and the East and West coasts of Florida
with a record of 2,000,000 miles of rail travel in more than 12
years on the Seaboard's streamliners. She has been in this
particular type of railroad work longer than any other regis-
tered nurse in the nation. She was met and congratulated by
James R. Getty, of Norfolk, Virginia, general passenger traffic
manager of the Seaboard, and other officials of the line.
Agudath Israel Vaad To
Supervise Meat Markets
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, executive
director of the Agudath Israel
Vaad Hakashruth, this week an-
nounced that starting September
1st, supervision of kosher meat
products will be under the author-
ization of the organization in the
North Beach area.
New butcher establishments and
poultry markets going under the
supervision of the Vaad are Sol
Weiss, North Shore Kosher Mar-
ket, 7446 Collins Avenue; Royal
Kosher Meat and Poultry Market,
Incorporated, 9454 Harding Ave-
nue, Surfside; David Whitman's
Kosher Food Center, 79th Street
Causeway, Treasure Island; and the
poultry market of Berman Broth-
ers, 87 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach.
Kosher establishments already
under the Vaad include David La-
pof's Kosher Market, 1112 Nor-
mandy Drive; Morris Friedland and
David Yarling, Normandy Kosher
Market, 1171 71st Street; and Jul-
ius and Arnold Kotick, Oceanside
Kosher Market, 7451 Collins Ave-
nue.
The poultry markets are Gutt-
man and Lapof, 325 Collins Ave-
nue; Adler and Abrams-, 315 NW
5th Street; and Hyman Elgison,
Fifth Street Poultry Market, 147
NW 5th Street.
Obituaries
Isaac like) uui.u
61, who cum- 1mm- 1M Veal's ago from
New York, died August latti .it but
home, (16 Hth 81 .Miami Bi ai b
ii,- .i ., retired dress manufacture!
.\li. Uoid vi.i. .,. tivi In Miami Beai h
Hum Lodge No, I to I ami was chair-
man of Its auditing committee, tie
"- alao .< member of the Masonic
Lode* Survivors Include Ma wife,
Ray, "f Miami beacn; eon, Elliott,
oi New York; two daughters, Mrs
Hurley Kohn, ol 81 Louis, and Paul-
stte, of Miami Beach; his mother,
Mra, Morris Gold, a brother anil a
sister, all of New Y..rk. Services were
held the following day in the Miami
Beach Btks Lodge with the Riverside
Miami Chapel m charge, Burial foi-
loweu In New York.
SAMUEL KATZ
"i9. New Jersey corrugated box manu-
facturer who hail lor many years
maintained a winter residence at Mi-
ami Beach, di.d August isth of a
heart ailment at hl summer home In
l*ort Chester, NY. He whm a mem-
ber ol the Westvlew Country Club,
Survivors Include his wife, Lee: two
BOOS, Arthur and William, and a
datighter, Mrs. Phyllis Greenberg, all
of Port Chester. Services weie heiu
last rrlday In New York.
North Shore Jamborae
North Shore Chapter and Lodge
of B'nai B'rith is sponsoring a
gala game jamboree at the Monte
Carlo Hotel on August 30th, at 8
p.m. Mrs. Sol Schwartz and Tobias
Simon are handling reservations.
I
'q's In.l* David Mon'8 Club part"ciPat in a gala eve-
Wucts f v'nment' Refreshme"" were served using the
M ol th u nna ^^age Company. Nat Liss was chair-
e aiiaa wnich took place on August 21st
THEODORE ROSE
SS. of 1245 NW _'>T i, st., .. furniture
\mii. house manager, died August 20th.
He i-aine here from New York eight
yearM ago. A son, Sidney, survives
him. Services ami burial took place
In New York. Miami Riverside Fu-
neral Home was In charge of local
arrangements.
Book Includes Rabbi
Mescheloff Sermons
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spirit-
ual leader of Congregation Beth
Jacob, Miami Beach, analyzes the
basic weakness of the welfare
state and points
; tions for rebuild-
[ to the founda-
l ing humanity in
one of the ser-
mons appearing
in the Manual of
Holiday and Sab-
bath Sermons of
! 1953.
This latest
j book of sermons,
I whose annual
1 publication was
I begun by the Rabbinical Council
I of America in 1942, is a collection
of the best sermons of the year
I preached by members of the lar-
| gest Rabbinical organization in
I America.
Three sermons were contributed
' to the present edition by Rabbi
| Mescheloff. In Two Generations,
the Rabbi states, "Ours is a new
generation which paints the future
of mankind only in colors of ma-
terial well being. It idolizes sci-
entific discovery, materialistic ad-
vance and international power. It
plans the super city where mate-
rial economy will guarantee secur-
ity and plenty.
"This is a generation which will
meet with the crash of its cities
, and the dispersion of its citizen
| ries unless it can learn to accept
I the tools of true religion, and with
them build a society on earth
whose tower will be faith and
whose symbol will be God."
According to Rabbi Mescheloff.
the welfare state "measures all
* values in terms of usefulness to
, the state and its security." This
j makes for a policy of ruthlessness
i and dehumanization of the indi-
i vidual. In his sermon, Perfection.
the Rabbi presents the thesis that
perfection requires a constant
adaptation and growth of spirit
during man's life.
His third sermon, I Am A Jew,
is a challenge to American Jewry
to make a positive contribution to
American democracy and to the
development of the Jewish faith
here.
Rabbi Mescheloff, a member of
the National Executive of the Rab-
binical Council of America and
one of its National Advisory Board,
is president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKIIKBY tyVKN that
the underpinned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JOE I'KMLiltO THE hVAOHETTI
AND PIZZA KING", at 6234 N.E. 2nd
Avuiiue, Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the <"ii-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
carmela DUMURU
KESSLEH ti QARfc
Attorneys for Applicant
I7S2 W, Kiagler St.
8/28 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage lit
business under the fictitious name of
KENNEDY PL'RNITL'HB CO.. at Mtl
N.W. ",4th St.. .Miami, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I>nde I'ountv, Flor-
ida.
DAVII> MAIKl.S
MASON A, lol'KI:
Attorneys for Applicant
129 N E. 1st St.
X/2S 9/4-I1-1X
JACOB QU8KY
Hi. of 5591 SW 7th St., died August
21st. He came here from New York
a year and a half ago and Is survived
by & son and four daughters. Serv-
ices and burial were held in Near
York, with Gordon tuncial Home In
charge of local arrangements.
MRS. ANNA LEVINC
69. of 1528 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach, died Saturday. Mrs. Levlne
moved here three and a half years
ago from Chicago. She leaves her
husband, .laciTi, and a brother, Her-
man Pure], of Chicago. Services were
held Tuesday in Riverside Funeral
Home, Miami Ueach Hurlal followed
In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
SYDNEY C. LYONS
67, a leader In the North Shore Jew-
ish Centers building program, died
late Monday of u heart ailment. He
had been ill about three weeks. Mr
Lyons, who lived at 734", llyron Ave.,
Miami lleach came here 11 years ago
from Newark. N.J where he was In
the wholesale food business. Ap-
!*.mtcd treasurer of the Jewish Cen-
t, r ami chairman of Its financial com-
mittee. Mr Lyons was Instrumental In
the 176,000 bond Issue which financed
tin enter's new synagogue and school
at CM 7'ith St. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz i .tiled him the "sparkplug" of
the eniire program. Services were
hehl Wednesday at the Center, with
Cabin Abramowitx and Cantor Edward
Klein officiating llurl.il followed in
Mt Sinai Cemetery. Hlverslde Miami
Dsaoh Memorial cha|l was In
charge Oall survivor Is his wife, Mrs.
Laura Lyons.
MRS. JANE QLAZER BLOOM
r.X. of Ml &W llth St died Tuesday.
She came here m\ year! ago from
New Tort Surviving] are her hus-
band. Samuel; four slaters, including
Mrs. Anna Crant. of Miami Heach,
ami a brother Services and burial
HIM- bald In iiidweii. N.J Gordon's
Miami Funeral Hume eras In charge
of local arrangements.
Chicago Club Meets
The Chicago Club of Greater Mi-
ami will meet on Sunday evening,
August 30th, 8 p.m., at the Hibis-
cus Lodge Auditorium. Samuel A.
Hoffman, honorary president and
a founder of the organization, will
discuss his book. My Brother's
Keeper.
LEGAL NOTICE
dissolution of partnership
by continuing partners
AND
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
The partnership of Sam Mullen.
Harry Mullen, and Max Mullen, doing
business as Sam Mullen Co. dint Inc.),
MM S W. 8th Street, Miami. Florida,
has been dissolved by mutual cmi.-ent
on August M, 1953. Sam Mullen has
retired from the said partnership.
BaiTV Mullen and Max M.ill.n will
is-mtlnue the said business under the
same name at the same address und
int. ml to register the mild name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. I'aile
County, Florida
SAM MAI.l.NN
HAItltV MA1.1.KN
MAX MALLKN
H/JS 9'4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KAfl'YS, at I4K.'. Collins Av-nue, Mi-
ami Bsach, Klorida. Intends to regis-
ter -mil name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I>Hile Countv. Flor-
ida.
KAPKAUP INC
sjkHinuel Kaplan, l'res.
|/M 9,'4-ll-lH
MRS. SARAH CHAYES
$T, of t"4 Washington Ave, Miami
Beach, died TueadJL) Sin- rams b.-r,-
inn.- \...us ago from New York. Sur-
viving Is her husband, Lmil- J. I'h.n
at Services and burial were held In
New York K.vr-l.le Miami Beach
Funeral llowe was In charge of local
arrangements.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NUTICF. IS IIKKFBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, nesiring to engugv In
business uiWer ta fictitious num. of
I l.i It 1 1> A IVKA niKR-KIt MT
PRODUCTS CO.", at 7301 N Miami
Court. Miami, Florida. Intend to reg-
ister said n.iim with the Clerk Of the
1'lreult Coui l of Dade Countv, Flor-
ida.
I. AHRAMS
I I'HILLII'S
EDWARD S RESN1CK
Attorney for 1 Phillips and I. Abrams
K/M /4-ll-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 162144
ROSY LIN c BOLIN, Plaintiff,
vs.
DAYTON C BOUM, .lit.,
i defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti i DAYTl >N C, liol.l.N, JK.,
I'-''" West lOInd Stre.-t
NOW York. .\ Y i .. Chei Ink
v.. i, l 'a-, ion >'. Bolln, Jr.. ui li-n-
by notified that u lilll of Complaint
ft r Dlvoros bus l, ,-n filed against
you, und you ar* roq.....d to serve
..i cop) of your Answer or Pleading to
the BIN of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, BEN EKHEN, Rsq s.':; Sej -
| is.id Bulldina;, Miami. Florida, an l
file thi nsvv ,i i ii l 'leading
ly the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
I cull Court "ii or before the 28th
i of Beptembei. ::".;: if you fall to 6
si., ludgnaeni by default aHII be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demai
in the Bill of Complain!
This notice shall be published onoa
leach week for f'Hii con si itlve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Mi inc.
PI.....la, this Mth daj Of August. AJ>.
! I :
i: B. LBATHRRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
B) M C. GREEN,
I (Circuit curt g i m putv Cleric
BEN ESSEN
121 SeybobJ Bids;., Miami, l imida
S'28 9/4-11-is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 162150
| HAY I.A ROCCA, Plaintiff
vs.
LOUIS LA ROCCA, I'ef.-ndant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO I."CIS I.A ROCCA
1014 Mathewi Ave.
l!n,nx, N,-vv York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Dlvoros has been
filed ;igainst you In the above styled
cause and you are required to serv-
copy of your Answer on the plaint-
iff's attorney and file the original in
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court In anil for l>ade County. Flor-
ida, on or before the 24th day of Sep-
tember, IMS. If you fall to do so.
judgment by defualt will be taken
against you for the relief demanded,
in the Hill of Complaint.
Dated at Miami, I htde County. Flor-
ida this Mth day of August. 19>3.
E H I.EATHEHMAN.
Clerk of circuit Court
By: M. C. GREEN.
I>eputv Clerk
(CIRCFIT itH'ItT SEAL)
MANUEL I.CHEI.
Attorney for Plaintiff
S23 W. Plugler St.. Miami. Florida.
S/M S/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Ne. 162062
ELLA Rl'IIIN EDOEWORTH.
Plaintiff.
RICHARD fta EDOEWORTH.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RICHARD U EDGEWORTH
You. RICHARD L EDGEWORTH.
address unknown, are hereby notified
that a Bill of Comnlaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of vour*
\nswer or Pleading to the Bill of
Cnmolalnt on the nlaintiffs Attorneys,
KKSs'l.KH a OARS, IT2 West Flag-
b-r Street Mlumi. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 24th day of
Septemtier, ls.',3. If you 'ail to do
so. Judgment hv default will lie taken
against vou for the relief demanded,
In the Bill of C.....nlslnt.
DONE vvti (IKHEREP ut Miami.
F"r|da. this 20th day of August. AD.
MM
I- IK I RATHFRMAN,
Clerk, 4'ircult Court.
Dade Count- Fi.o-ida
IW M C GREEN
(Clro.lt C.iiirt Seal) Iieputy clerk
H'll-t's i ill_____________________
NOTICE IINh8 FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HERSiBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, deslrlne to efegage In
tuislness under the fictitious name of
licit.iiiNG st 9 fit re at. Miami, Florida. Intends |o rag-
l-ter saM name w;th the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court of llaile County, Plor-
Ida.
LIVOt.Tl cripi'OR ITU l\"
! S in Be "in !'.....lent
Attest: R, I'oul- s.-.,ii||n,
s. -rotary
/* e/i.ll-K_____________________
" NOTTCE^UNei^R^rir-TITIOUS
NAMC i *w
NOTICE IS HFIo-'i'-Y niVRN that
the underslened. desli-lnc to eneage In
business under the fictitious name of
StrpPRTOR MVI'KKT : 1T1 SW
Kth Sire. t. >lili\i l-l.-'i-lu in'ei'U
to register said name with the Clerk
o' t> Circuit Court of lad. County.
Florida.
JWVNIB MINTZ
"ITVPR A I'l'TXI "
- Olymuls P'dg., Miami
8/28 9/4-11-18 1


PAGE 10 A
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FRIDAY. AUGUST os
Greater Miami'a
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY synagogue Directory
ices are at 7:30 am., and
Miami Beach.
Max Shapiro.
Alfred Waxman will discuss the SYNAGOGUE will I ^JfUnuT'SE cSl.jS*
Weekly Portion. Junior ^rvices J^TrnTtSamt scrvlC(, hfc &~
K
M H
josepa Rackov-
BurHd Avo Mi-
' i0,J-b.V.U.bbl Morr,, *. Ub-
Monticello Park Registers Sunday School Students
Mrs Florence Levine. of the Sunday School will be held
Board of Education at Congrega-
tion Monticello Park, announced
this week that^egtstration for the
Shalos Seudos Rabbi Moses Mes-
on ;
5 aftna: be 5srg -ass: see a*.^
are at a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi David Shapiro officiating
Thirty-two new members will be
consecrated. Subject of the Rab-
bis discourse is scheduled as: The
"ist Real Purpose Of A Modern Tem-
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at 6
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 am. Mincha will be
at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
doe Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
William l. MM SWW ~~ --^^ M(m)echal Haal-
>emces are r.ao day morning services are at 9:30
p.m
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8 15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the Weekly Portion_

ISRAELITE CENTER holds Fri
I 4lh
Morton
:i8 8W
cheloff will discuss the Weekly
Portion Daily services are at 7:30
a.m.. and 6:30 p.m.
ust 30th and September ft
10 a.m. until 12 noon. '
It wax also announced by
Boris Rackovsky, spiritual
that plans are being form,
for the organization of a
School in addition to the
Sunday School.
officiate and preach. Saturday day evening services at 6:30 p.m
morning services are at 10:45 a.m. Saturday morning services are at
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren- 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
der the musical portion of all serv- wju officiate and preach on the
Weekly Portion of the Law. Min-
cha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos Daily services are
at 8 a.m.. and 15 minutes before
sundown
ices

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
>ervices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 am
., Ac.d.my -*.*&*&.
rirnaa, orthodox. 911 "L"
H.aleah. Miami Springt -- BafeM
rttinit'i. Cona.rvatlve, Sal
v>. Hlatoaa. .,,
Israelite Ctottr Rabbi
M il.i. eky, Conwrvatlve.
"4th Tn Miami.
KntHtn ..ratl-IUbbl Abraham Caa-
b,I. orthodox. 115 Euclid Ave..
Mi"ami" B.ach-hat.bl 1" inf ''hrm""-
Conaervatlv*. IfM Wash. M
Miami Habraw SchoolRabbi Simon
ATrll. Orthodox. 1101 SW llth Ave..
Mont'dlo Park Rabbi Boris llwk-
ovaky, lettb Btreel and nk nth
Avenue. North Miami Reach
North Dadt Conservative. IXM0
IMxie IliKhwav. North Miami
war, North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltt. Conaarvathre, S20 7..th St..
Miami lleach.
Ttmple l.ra.1Dr Joseph Narot. Re-
form 117 SK 19th St Miami.
Temple Sinai. The Jewieh Community
Center of Hollywood. Rabbi DMU
Shapiro. Conservative, M30 Polk BU,
HoUvwOod
Tifereth lirael Rabbi LoHll Basel,
I.-... N Miami Ave Miami
West MiamiRabht Alfred Waxman.
Conservative. 5720 SW 17th St..
Miami. _
4001 Chaee
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
Ufa cerdeelJy rtevife yee fa join i
in AVAIl Y0U8SEIF W YOUR SEAT MSHVATIONS EARLY
Seots start at $7.00 $3.00 $5.00
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
(Old Refk OewM;
13? N.W. 3rd AVENUE (Ceraer N.W. 2ad Street
Ticket, may be ebtai>*d altar Meraiaa Service.
teai Eveaieg* frees 7:30 ta *
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offici-
a m., and 645 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri-
.:.. evening services at 8 15 p.m.,
with Dr Joseph Narot officiating,
r Jacob Borastein will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy.
Young lerael Orthdox.
... I Ave.. Miami R.. h
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will zamora Rabbi Max M. Landman.
ate and discuss the Weekly Por- hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m.. i./.^.T"'v'- y-"""r" Avf- "ral
tion Cantor Philip Brummer will with Rabbi Max M. Landman of- ------------------------------------------"
render the musical portions of the ficiating and assisted by Reverend day morning services are at 9 a.m.. j
iturgy Dailv services are at 8 David Bagley and Cantor Rudolf when Rabbi Isaac Ever will offi-
E Brill Services will begin Sat- ciate and preach on the Weekly
urday at 9 am. with the portion Portion Kiddush will follow Min
of the Torah. Ki Thabo lielvifl M.
Kann. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Kann. will become Bar Mitzvah
Kiddu>h will follow. A New Hillel
House On The Campus Of The
University Of Miami, will be the
topic of the sermon by Rabbi Land
cha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Maar-
iv.
e
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 630 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
i4S p m Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 am Mincha will be
15 p.m Daily services are
it 7 i0 am and 7 p.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
re at 9 a.m. Mincha will be
..i 6 p n: : .. | Shalos Seu-
does under tht ship of Mr
.-1 dayman Daily services
are at 7.30 a m and at 6:30 p.m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6 30 p m. Saturday
.nor: Dg at 9 am.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Fndaj t-\ening
services at 6 3<. pm Saturday
morr.mg -8 30 a m
Rabbi Joseph R will offi-
ciate- and discuss Women Suf-
frage- What Does II Mean At
530 p.m.. the Rabbi will preach
>>n: Re.-pect For Knowledge Min-
cha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Ifaarh is at 7 30 p.m
man The Study Group will meet will be at 630 p.m.. followed by
at 6 p.m and will discuss the life
and works of MOMS Maimonides.
Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and Maar-
iv at 740 p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION |
1101 S.W. 12th AVENUE
Announces
RABBI SIMON APRIL WILL CONDUCT
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
CANTOR BERELE KELEMER WILL CHANT
Assisted by a Choir oi our own Hebrew School Boys
Reservations may be made daily from 9 to 12 a.m., and j
evenings from 8 to 10 p.m., at the Synagogue.
For further information call 82-6334.
CHOICE SEATS STILL AVAILABLE
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 6.15 p.m Cantor Abra-
ham Seif will chant the liturgy and
conduct the services. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Mincha will be at 6:15 p m Daily
service- are at 8 am. and 6:15
p.m

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
a m Rabb: Simon April will of-
ficiate and discuss: Social Ideal-
ism Cantor Berele Kelemer will
chant the musical portion of the
liturgy. A clas* in Mi^hna i slated
for 5:30 p.m followed by Mincha
and Shalos Seudov
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 630 p.m. Satur-
The Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrutl
announces the following as the ONLY kosher butcher shops
and live poultry markets under its supervision
MIAMI BEACH BUTCHER SHOPS
WHITE ROSE MARKET, H. Fader,
87 Washington Ave.
EMPIRE MARKET, H. Woloder, 304 First St.
MERLIN'S KOSHER MARKET, 320 Collins Ava.
GUTTMAN'S MARKET, Heller A Marshak,
325 Collins Ave.
SULLIVAN COUNTY MARKET, Edward Setnor,
618 Collins Ave.
SOL KAHLENBERG'S MEAT MARKET,
806 6th St.
MICHIGAN FOOD CENTER, Sam Sarlin,
531 Michigan Ave.
BRASLOWSKY A DANIEL PORES MARKET,
847 Washington Ave.
WASHINGTON AVE. FOOD CENTER, Charles
Reichenthal, 10S1 Washington Ava.
TRACHTENBERG'S MARKET, S. Graan and
L. Zagar, 1323 Washington Ave.
TROPICAL MARKET, Jack Pom.rar.ti,
1325 Washington Ava.
BEACH FOOD CENTER, Adolph Adler,
1421 Washington Ava.
ZION FOOD CENTER. Romer A Sussmtn,
1437 Washington Ava.
NORMAN MENDELSON WHOLESALE MEAT!
1437 Washington Ava.
SAM'S KOSHER PENN-WAY MARKET,
1447 Pennsylvania Ava.
SAM MELNICK KOSHER MARKET,
1449 Dr.x.l Ave.
CROWN MARKET, L. Rakaar A H. D. Fodima>|
1122 15th St.
COMMUNITY FOOD CENTER, Jerry Dtutfh
A Al Levansen. 451 41st St.
NORMANDY KOSHER MARKET, D. Yarlini
A M. Fr-.dland, 1171 71 St St.
OCEANSIDE MARKET, Julius Kotick,
7451 Collins Ave.
WHITMAN'S MARKET, 7*th St. Causeway,
Treasure Island
KHESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
oo srwacoout wow coaimmr aii-conditk>n(d
to* root COatfOtT
fxfends to its Members and friends
Best Wrshes tor a Happy and Healthy Hew Year
RABBI ABRAHAM M. CASSEl
Bad
CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF
Will conduct the services assisted by Kneseth Israel Choir
Reservations Now Taken for Seating for High Holidays OHice
Open Daily and Evening 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Except Friday and Saturday
For Information Call 5-1682
You can now register your children in our newly organiied
Talmud Torah and Sunday School
saui McttNoofr, fmmtm
MIAMI BEACH POULTRY MARKETS
ROSE MARKET, Berman Bras.. SAM ELGISON LIVE POULTRY MARKET,
320 Collins Ava.
POULTRY DIVV MALTER'S SUNSHINE
MARKET, 436 Collins Ave.
7 Washington Avo.
GUTTMAN'S MARKET, Guttm.n A Lapof,
325 Collins Ave.
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MIAMI POULTRY MARKETS
A A. POULTRY MARKET, Adler A Abrams, ADLER'S POULTRY MARKET, Gro" *
315 N.W. 5th St. Marmalstasn. 1832 S.W. erh St.
FIFTH ST. POULTRY MARKET, H. Elgiaan, ABE'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET,
147 N.W. 5th St. joil S.W. 8th $?.
The above are the ONLY shops GUARANTEED by the Vaad Hekasruth. These are supervit*" jl
ttantly and thoroughly by experienced supervisors to assure ef TRULY KOSHER meat and pw I
We guarantee only such poultry as bear the EJC foot rings. These are proof af slaughter by I
niied and supervised achochtim. The Miami Beach Bath Jacob Vaad Hekeshruth enters H"Tj|
year of REAL KASHRUTH SUPERVISION wishing the entire community a kosher. Pa***"
Happv New Year.
f Ot 4NV KASIMtfTM INFORMATION, COaUMMJCATf WITH
RABBI MOSES MESCHE10FF, Executive Director
Dr. M. J. Softo, Kashruth Chairman
311 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH P1^
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I ,., off the press and available
XL of charge when requests are
Cmpanied by a Manischewitz
Cop jar cap or label, the new
Etochewitt Wall Calendar for
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Ending of Israel's ancient cap-
,1 with a striking full-color re-
Liudion of The Spirit of Jeru-
l|cm a painting by the famous
L|-h artist Ezekiel Schloss.
[Beautifully printed to retain all
L detail and glowing color of
V /*
if
MANIKMSWUl MAtlO fOOlK'>
Monischewiti Caltmdat
original painting, the Manis-
bwitz Wall Calendar contains
Iny other features that have
Let it popular as a handy source
I year round information, among
km the convenient "week-at-a-
Li.it arrangement that provides
[pie room for personal memos
notations, the correct times
! ihtlng of Sabbath and holi-
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ush and national holidays and
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key, enclosing name and ad-
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cap or label from any product
[the B Manischewitz Company,
zo bakers and producers of
ler foods. S.T.
nq-A-Member Party
I New-Member Party of
North shore Chapter of B'nai
|ith was held on Monday at the
Mrs, Abraham Birnbaum.
p Alamanda Drive, Keystone
pit. In charge of reservations
Elinor Baltuch.
rwcHtt wmbb"
nursery school emaciated with
pith Community Center must have
tery school training.
t Hollywood 2-2171 aftor 5 p.m.
V nan naetf
BREW NEW YEARS
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' S.W. 17th Ava. Ph. 9-niS
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YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
of Miami Beach
4001 CHASE AVENUE
SOLOMON LOBEL, President
AMNOUMCIS
BEAUTIFUL AND IMPRESSIVE ORTHODOX NIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
WILl BE HELD IN OUR AIR CONDITIONED SYNAGOGUE
Cantor Isidore lessler
Well-known from Coast t.-Coast (or hit otmtandini
real Orthodox NISUCH HOTFILAH will officiate for
the entire Holiday Services.
We therefore urge all who or* seeking the enjoy-
ment of traditional Orthodox cantorial melodies
to seenre their seats as early as possible Seating
Capacity limited.
Rasarvafiaas May Be Made Daily from:
7:30 ta 9 cm. Evenings from 5:30 to p.m. at the Synogogao
Calf 58 1251 or Jacob Kaufman, 5-3161
CORAL GABLES JEWISH
Cordially Invites Yoa To Attend
High Holy Day Services
At Ow Newly-Enlarged Temple
NOW AIR-CONDITIONED
320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAL CABLES
Caaaacfoa* ay
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
and
CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON
Assists*' by
THE CORAL SABLES JEWISH CENTER CHOIR
AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
Far Information and Rosorvatioas, Mease Coll 48-8073
.., ,.,. | -
TEMPLE ISRAEL
\
137 N.E. 19th STREET
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Rabbi DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Imiitat
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN, Cantor
CREATE* MIAMI S REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION
Cordially Invites You
to become affiliated with their membership
and enjoy in air-conditioned comfort .
High Holy Day Services
Religious Education for Children
Sabbath Services Every Friday
Temple Activities
EtfVATO* OPERATING
Par Information Call Dvrlag Work, a.as. to 5 p.m., Phone t-1 757
Tie Membership of Tempi* Israel Is tamprltad of residents of Miami
each, Miami, Coral Gabies, Miami Shores ami S-rth Miami
HVafMHaVt-aVMHHkWBa^
.: til.''*'***:.-.J<
B.J.
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HEBREW BOOK STORE
17 Washington Ava.
Miami Baach
een Fourth and Fifth Sta.
brow ReUgious Suppliaa
SynaBoyuaa and Private
** Also for Habraw nrhnsM.
C'lBD *D1D
TaUphona 5-9017
lsf*l Ccrtificatas
M mw 'i'i* wi -mux anirm mumm -immt +wn*i ~ni
,J A School of Disfincfion
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Miami Baach
Phono 5-3583
The HEBREW ACADEMY
SIXTH STRUT CONNER JEFFERSON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Register Now
ODD PVPflS RECEIVE
Modorn and Progressive English Education
Thorough Complota Habraw Program
o Small class units, individual instruction
Physical training and athletic program
Music Art Dramatics
Transportation to and from school
o Hot lunchos and refreshments
fot Information Visit The Hebrew Academy
or Call the Registrar 58-4641
REGISTRATION LIMITED TO KINDERGARTEN
AND FIRST GRADE ONLY
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Msdaratolr Air Cewdrrraawd, Beowfrfvl Synagogue
935 EUCLID AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
ANNOUMCtS
THAT THE OFFICE IS OPEN THE ENTIRE DAY
FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO RESERVE OR TAKE THEIR SEATS
FOR THE COMING HIGH HOLY DAYS
Oar Beloved Spiritual leader
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
Prominent Speaker and Renowned Cantor
KNOWN AS
THE YERUSHALM
WIN Cendact Services and Deliver the Sermons
HYMAN SHER, President SOLOMON ALTER, Vice President
REV. JOSEPH KRANTZ, Chairman, Seating Committee
SEAT KUUVATMHS HOW KING TAKEN FOR THE NIGH HOLY DAYS
Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center
50 N.W. 51st PUCE, MIAMI
Call Evaaings:
HY C0VERMAN
833049
CHARLES ADELMAN
83 1420
THE BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
2625 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
Extends to its members and friends
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
We cordially invite you to attend High Holy Day Services
at our Synagogue
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
and
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES
Assisted by the Beth David Choir
Under Direction of Mrs. Jock Doonerstag
Student Services Conducted Daily in Our New
Air-Conditioned Auditorium
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EVERY EVENING, EXCEPT FRIDAY & SATURDAY
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Imiami
FLORIDA
FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1953
SEC. B
riter Sees Meed for Eisenhower
To Clarify Stand on Main Issues
By GRACE JAN WADMAN
jmWi MatmU* Aeeney
I WASHINGTON-President Els-
Lowers professed opposition to
Lrimination against minorities
k brought no concrete results,
cording to the record of the new
Iministration's promises and per-
.rmance at the end of this fir*
tssion of Congress.
| Some generaliues on civil rights
recently rephrased by Eisen-
oer in a letter to Representative
lm Clayton Powell (D-NY). El*
nhower wrote: "I shall continue to
levote my earnest efforts to ad-
vance both the spirit as well as the
Lt of equality." The President ex-
plained his reluctance to act by
Mating: "As you are so well aware,
Siis problem cannot be solved
fcholly with either laws or direc-
tives. The spirit of these objectives
fannot be achieved as a result of
ihe action of any one person no
jiatter with how much authority
fnd forthrightness he acts."
Eisenhower asserts that discrim-
jiation, segregation and prejudice
tre morally wrong, although he is
Apparently reluctant to using his
Executive powers to combat these
fcvils. No hearings have been held,
pnd only one step taken in the
ployment Practices Commission
in the Federal Government and
fcone in industry on a national
scale, which would make racial and
eligious discrimination in employ-
ment unlawful. Apparently Eisen-
hower believes that this matter
tails in the category of objectives
kvhose spirit "cannot be achieved
las a result of the action, oi any one
(person."
Representative Powell said that
Eisenhower issued orders against
racial discrimination in the armed
[services and that the Navy had
[acted in "absolute defiance" of
[them. The orders were neglected
[because they were never enforced.
| Also, in a letter to Powell, Eisen-
[hower wrote that in the spirit as
[well as ihe fact of equality "we
[have not taken, and we shall not
take a single backward step." But
I many steps backward have been
taken from the civil rights per-
Iformances of Presidents Roosevelt
1 and Truman. Truman stood by his
10-point civil rights program by
banning discrimination in Federal
employment. An officer was ap-
pointed in each of the Federal ag-
encies to carry through the order.
Presidents Roosevelt and Truman
! set up a commission to guard
against discrimination In firms per-
forming Government contract
work. Democratic Administration
efforts to create a general Fair Em-
ployment Practices Commission for
all private industry and business
stirred storms in Congress and
were defeated by conservative
Southerners and others ready to
filibuster if necessary.
Eisenhower was accurate in stat-
ing that the problem of discrimina-
tion "cannot be solved wholly with
either laws or directives." The laws
in themselves are not a cure-all. An
administration which is sympath-
etic to civil rights also promotes
equality In other ways than by ex-
ecutive and legislative action. Such
an administration creates a climate
where Individuals are moved to
act In removing religious and ra-
cial barriers. Many private busi-
nessmen went along with the pro-
civil rights trends in previous ad-
, ministrations by removing segre-
gation barriers without being
forced to do so. Conversely, by not
I actively Implementing civil rights
[action, the President helps create
an anti-civil rights atmosphere.
To date the President has taken
one specific action to enforce the
Fair Employment Board in the
Federal Service which prevents
discrimination in its employment
practices. Eisenhower couldact-on
his professed beliefs by strengthen-
ing the Government Contract Com-
pliance Committee which -polices
the non-discrimination clause In
Federal contracts. He could appoint
to Federal positions only those
who will faithfully administer the
laws In a non-discriminatory man-
ner. These are major matters which
can be settled by the President
without the help of Congress.
Pressured by the National Asso-
ciation for the Advancement of
Colored People, Elsenhower fol-
lowed through on his promise to
end segregation in schools on mili-
tary posts. In September, all such
schools run by the Federal author-
ities will be integrated. However,
there are 21 schools which are
jointly run by local authorities and
the Government. In these cases, se-
gregation is upheld by local offi-
cials opposed to equality and by
some Federal officials.
Congress under Republican lead-
ership is in "dead center" regard-
ing civil rights legislation. It was
predicted by Phineas Indritz, an
Interior Department attorney who
specializes in civil rights, that Con-
gress will not move one way or an-
other in the near future. An abor-
tive attempt was made last Jan-
uary by a group of bipartisan Sen-
ators to eliminate the filibuster as
a weapon for stalling civil rights
bills. The motion was tabled by
Senate Majority Leader Robert A.
Taft. Unless Republican leadership
can use persuasive powers that
have not been revealed in the past,
there are not enough votes to halt
and filibuster and promote civil
rights legislation. For although
there are 74 Senate votes Which
should be for civil rights, ftnly a
total of 59 can be safely counted
on, it Is estimated by the NAACP.
Judging the bank balance of the average Israeli is a cinch
on the first puff at the cigarette he has offered you. With a
price range to suit every pocket the Israel tobacco industry
last year gained self-sufficiency and a sizeable surplus far
exports. Here are new immigrants taking special care in the
sorting of the leaves which is done by hand. The new State's
search for world markets may soon be partially filled by a
high quality, low priced Israel cigarette competing with other
well known brands.
Sinai Members To Be Honored
Thirty-two new members of
Temple Sinai, Jewish Community
Center of Hollywood, will be hon-
ored on Friday when Sabbath
Services will be dedicated to them
by Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
leader.
Rabbi Shapiro has chosen as his
sermon topic. The Real Purpose
Of A Modern Temple, and has
prepared a special ceremony in
honor of the new members who
joined the Temple since he came
to Hollywood.
To be honored are Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Bronfield, Mr. and Mrs.
David Cogan, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Cohn, Mr. Al Feibus, Mrs. Ar-
lene Gossett, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man M. Goldschmidt, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Hutt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Jacobs, Mr. Jerry Karr, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Marks.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Mar-
tin, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Millstone,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kay, Mr. and
Mrs. Randolph Ory, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Padow, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Rachman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Reiner, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stern-
shein, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stey-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Thai, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Kahn.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Her-
man, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Si-
mon. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Of-
I seuer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaye,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaye. Mr.
' and Mrs. Leonard Saver, Dr. and
' Mrs. H. Permsley, Mr. and Mrs.
i Samuel Tunick and Mr. and Mrs.
I Ben Marks.
Pprptz Sehooia
Registration
Both Y. L. PereU Yiddish
schools have opened registration
this week for the seventh school
year at 25 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach, and 1545 SW 3rd
Street, Miami, according to Jo-
seph Duntov, secretary of the
School Board.
This year, beginning with the
2nd grade, the PereU schools will
institute the teaching of Hebrew.
They will also continue the high J
school classes, where literature
and modern Jewish history are
ught and forums and discussions
ate conducted.
The Y. L. PereU schools also
'ist extra-curricular activities.
such as trips to libraries and art
"titbits and sight-seeing and pic-
nics. They are the only secular
schools in Greater Miami where
Jewish children can obtain a lib-,
al Jewish education In the Yid-1,
,5h language and the only ones |
affiliated with the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, according to Louts
""""i Principal of both schools.
Rabbi Boris Rackovsky
h New Spiritual leader
Oi Monticello Congregation
Jules Klion, president of the
Monticello Park Jewish Center, an-
nounced this week the official ap-
pointment of Rabbi Boris A. Rack-
ovsky as spiritual leader.
Rabbi Raekovsky is a graduate
of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanon The-
ological Seminary of New York
City. He also holds the degree of
Bachelor of Arts from Yeshlva Col-
lege and is a candidate for the de-
gree of Master of Arts In Semitics
at Columbia University.
The Rabbi is the son of Rabbi
and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky. His
father is spiritual leader of Con-
gregation Beth Tfllah, Miami
Beach.
While in Miami, the younger
Rabbi Rackovsky attended Miami
Beach Senior High School. He was
married; on June 14th, to the form-
er Miss Ruth Saal. of Miami. The
Rabbi and his wife plan to live In
North Miami Beach.
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By LEON J. ELL
Travelling in Europe has its
compensation for people who
want to get first-hand information
on the political, social and econ-
omic affairs of the world we live
in. However, if you intend to
travel in Europe expecting to get
comforts and pleasures, and at
bargain prices, you are doomed to
be disappointed.
I. for one, have always found
great satisfaction in learning about
things and people, at home and
abroad. May I confess that I am
not much of a devotee of sports
and night clubs. I do. however,
love to lose myself, when travel-
ling, in market-places, factories,
shops, particularly barber shops, I
groceries, fish and meat markets,
and engage in conversation with
the people, through an interpre-
ter if necessary, in order to get
the facts of the world of realities.
To begin with, I can say with
certainty that both France and
Italy, the two nations that have
contributed so much to our West-
ern civilization, suffer almost of
similar ailments and are danger-
ously insecure.
The continuous decline in
the value of their currency de-
stroys the confidence of the peo-
ple in the Government and the
incentive to save for a future con-
tingency. The fear of devaluation
spurs the people on to spend their
earnings as fast as they can. or
convert their earnings into for-
eign currency.
The cost of consumers goods
is appallingly out of line with the
working peoples earning power.
A French or Italian working man
must work at least two weeks in
order to buy a shoddy suit of
clothes for the money he earned
during that period. The difference
is even greater in Italy than it
l- in France. The disparity be-
tween wages and consumer goods lne
exists in all branches in the cost
of living. The exceptions are rent-
! Is which have been frozen since
the first World War.
The high cost of consumers
ds, I believe, is due to low
productivity, hinh profit mark-
up and direct taxes. Both France
and Italy have as yet not succeed-
ed in creating an enforceable In-
tax law. Their income taxes
are flagrantly evaded by the rich
and the small employers. It is
C' mmon knowledge that close to
85 percent of the national income
from taxation comes from hidden
taxes and only 15 percent from
income tax collections.
WHAT DO THE EUROPEANS
THINK OF THE
UNITED STATES?
Generally, not too well, and it
serves no purpose to say that they
are resentful of our leadership in
the same manner that a poor rela-
tive is resentful toward his rich
member of the family upon whom
he has to depend for help. Par-
ticularly so when that rich rela-
tive tries to tell the poor one how
to live with the money that he
gives him. Their resentment is
especially strong to our demands
restricting their commerce with
the Iron Curtain countries.
In the area of international re-
lations, their resentment is bound-
less. Our support of NATO and
our method of procedure has con-
vinced them, rightly or otherwise,
that we are trying to mould the
various European cultures into a
uniform Europe in the image
of the American as they visualize
us. That typical American, visual-
ized by the average European, is
unfortunately the tourist who can
best be described as one with a
"best" complex. One who wherever
he comes, says proudly. "Give me
the best. I can afford it."
My attempt to give a picture of
the European's attitude towards
the United States and its activi-
ties on the continent can most
poignantly be grasped by describ-
ing an act in the Folies Bergere in
Paris. The act consists of a char-
acterization of each nation and
race in Europe. Each one distinct
in its culture, in its philosophies,
in its behavior, even in its individ-
ual demeanors and way of speech
and expression. Then a monologue
is delivered that these are the
variant personalities that the Unit-
ed States wishes to mould into a
European type in its own image.
The American then appears on
the stage, inevitably chewing gum,
and in his good-natured simplicity,
boasts about the American com-
forts, with an attitude of superior-
ity towards everything that is part
of these various cultures and ways
of living.
WHAT CAN BE DONE TO
CHANGE THEIR OPINION
OF US?
The Voice of America should
change from a propaganda ma-
chine to an information depart-
ment. The term "propaganda"
should be entirely eliminated, hav-
ing a nasty connotation to the
Europeans.
All information disseminated
through t h e European coun-
tries should be in the hands of
people who know and understand
people they talk to. Primar-
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ily, it should be taken out of the
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in the hands of human beings who
understand the European life in
the light of accumulated social
and political experiences with the
people involved.
Our information and enlight-
ening should consist of our
way of living, not only in bath-
tubs, but socially, culturally, and
portray our political and religious
freedom.
Our information should make
an effort to convince the
European people that we are not
cultural barbarians. We lay great-
er stress on the Judeao-Christian
concept of life than any other
nation, race, or people so power-
fully situated ns we are, ever did
in the history of mankind.
We must emphasize our de-
sire to help the European people
economically, unselfishly, although
we need not keep the fact sup-
pressed, that it will help us to
be militarily strong against our
threatening enemies.
Our information department
must convince the European peo-
ple that they have been misled to
believe that it is our desire to
make a uniform people out of the
Europeans. Our theme must be
unity for the Europeans and not
uniformity.
Spain is outwardly tranquil. The
Spanish people are very friendly
to the American nation and in-
dividual tourist. We apparently
haven't given them yet any sub-
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Switzerland is as pleasant as
ever, normal and industrious, but
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Saturday, September 5tl% at
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PAGE SB
p.m.,*abbi- Morris A. Skop
d Cantor Irving Robinson will
officiate at J Slichot Midnight
Lrvice which sets the theme for
Khc approaching High Holy Days
lo be ushered in on Wednesday,
Iscptember 9th, 7:30 p.m.. at the
ICoral Gables Jewish Center.
I Rabbi Skop will interpret the
historic poems of Penitence and
lindicatc the significance of the
lujeh Holy Day liturgy. Members
lof the Sisterhood will serve a
collation following the services.
It was also announced this week
the Center will hold the first
IPeskoff To Attend
Workmen's Circle
leet In Savannah
William Peskoff, secretary of
Ithe Workmen's Circle Branch No.
|692, Miami Beach, is leaving Fri-
Iday for Savannah, Georgia. Pes-
Ikoff was elected as delegate to
lattend the 34th conference of the
Southern District of Workmen's
Icircle.
After the conference which be-
Igins on August 29th and ends on
[September 1st, Peskoff will go to
|New York for a short visit with
[National Workmen's Circle com-
Imittee members.
Leaving for Savannah with him
[are Mr. and Mrs. H. Spivack, Mr.
[and Mrs, J. Duntov, Mr. and Mrs.
I] Cohen and Mrs. Katie Tischler.
in a series of pre holiday gather-
ings on Sunday, August 30th, 8:30
p.m., when a special social pro-
gram will be presented.
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
will bold its Religious School reg-
istration for the 1953-54 semester
on Sunday, September 6th, and
Sunday, September 13th, from 10
to 12 noon. Opening dates for
Sunday School will be on the fol-
lowing Sunday, September 20th,
from 10 to 12, and the afternoon
Hebrew School on Monday, Sep-
tember 21st, from 3 JO to 5:30 p.m.
Young Adults Plan Sessions
The Coral Gables Young Adults
will hold a fourth anniversary
dance on September 20th. Other
future events also include a film
on childbirth slated for October
7th. Breakdown, a film on mental
health, is scheduled for the
group's regular meeting next Sep-
tember 16th, at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center.
Tifereth Israel Tickets
Rabbi Louis Cassel, spiritual
leader of Tifereth Israel North-
side Center, will officiate during
High Holiday services at the Cen-
ter, it was announced this week.
Cantor Albert Glantz will present
the musical portions of the liturgy
during the Holiday services. Tick-
ets are now available nightly from
7:30 to 10 p.m., and on Sundays
from 10 a.m., to 12 noon.
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Habif Is Awarded Highest
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Isaac Habif is one of the few
Shriners in Cuba who has been
awarded the 33rd degree, highest
citation possible in the order. Ac-
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Beth David Men Meet
J. Edward Wharton, newly ap-
pointed I'nited States Attorney,
addressed the first Fall general
membership meeting of the Beth
David Mens' Club on the dnties
of the Office of United States Dis-
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bowling league and minstrel show
were also discussed at the meet-
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The Board of Directors of Tem-
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FRIDAY,
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Hospitalized V*s Representqtivt Lantaff
To Attend Service *o Mke Apptintments
Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Jewish
Chaplain at the Pratt General Vet-
erans Hospital in Coral Gables, an-
nounced this week that all ambu-
latory veterans and medical per-
sonnel will be granted passes to
attend High Holy Day services
starting Wednesday, September
9th, and on the Yom Kippur Day
of Atonement. Saturday, Septem-
ber 19th.
Temples and synagogues
throughout the Greater Miami
area will set aside gilest seats
for servicemen and hospitalized
veterans able to leave their quar-
ters.
During the coming year, special
weekly Sabbath services will be
conducted by Rabbi Skop on
Thursdays, at 3:30 p.m., in the
Hospital Chapel to be followed by
Representative Bill Lantaff, of
Miami, met here last week in the
Columbus Hotel with a group of
Dade County leaders to select the
best qualified young men for ap-
pointments to West Point and An-
napolis.
Two appointments are currently
open to tne United States Military
Academy and one to the United
States Naval Academy. They will
be available for candidates next
year. According to Representative
Lantaff, his committee will make
its selections, including alternates,
at a meeting early in September.
Working with him are Wilbur
Jones, Henry Taylor, Luther Chand-
ler, Robert Morgan. Clyde Atkins,
William Imand, Dr. Joseph Stew-
Coral Gables ZOA Name* Shaloma Hadassah
De^T^onvenUonj Plans Member Tea
an Oneg Shabat Social Hour for art, Robert McGahey and Archie
veterans. I Garrison.
Coral Gables District of the
Zionist Organization of America
will send delegates to the national
ZOA convention slated for New
York City August 26th through
30th.
Named to attend the sessions at
the Waldorf Astoria Hotel are Al
bert Levick. Dr. David Oberstein,
Dr. Abraham Kitzen. Abraham
Hurewitz and Mr. and Mrs. Mor
ris Simon.
Mr. Simon is president of the
Coral Gables District.
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Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will present its
fourth annual summer swirl dance
on Sunday, August 30th. 8 p.m.. at
the Sea Gull Hotel. Canay and
his Rhumberos will provide music
for dancing.
Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes Revive
Home Baking Recipes For The Holiday
Back in the old days, when
mother's province was limited to
the household, and the kitchen
capitol of her domain, many of
the family's happiest moments cen-
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day time, when the kitchen was
fragrant with the fresh, tantalizing
aroma of holiday baking.
What a wealth of variety of
fresh-baked cakes and cookies
came from mother's oven gold-
en, fluffy sponge cake and frag-
rant honey cake, raisin cake, spice
cake, fruit cake and an unbeliev-
able varied array of delicately de-
licious cookies. And what work
went into their preparation all
the measuring and mixing, the sift-j
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that went on, before the family",
holiday favorites were ready for
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New members will be honored
by the Shaloma Group of Hadas-
sah at a membership tea on
Wednesday. September 2nd. 1
pm.. at the Sovereign Hotel.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, vice pres-
ident of the Florida Region of
Hadassah. will be guest speaker
at the event. Mrs. Weinstein is
past president of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter.
Arranged by Mrs Bernard Gold-
berg, program chairman, the
event includes musical selections
by pianist Jeanne Joffe and local
singer Mrs Louis Packar.
Mrs. Martin Goldberg is mem-
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Zamora Sisterhood Meeting
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Iformer University of Ken-
1 quarterback, was-presented
beautiful trophy, a token
(bievement and success, a
of distinction and a re-
fwcll earned.
same night. I heard a
least over the radio, with
.jjale news of the carth-
lon the Ionian Islands. The
Ljter stated the sad condi-
jlhe situation and the plight
[islanders, and he said: 'The
If England. Israel and France
knding by."
[word "Israel" was my tro-
Ly medal of distinction, be-
[as a Zionist, and in my
Imall way. I helped bring
Jthe being of a new democ-
11 helped the realization of
i and hopes of a wandering
[homeless folk who were
ins for 2.000 years of a
of their own.
[family and I are Americans
Vish descent. My sons and I
the armed forces in two
[and we shall always come
td, should. God forbid, there
a need of a matter of de-
I, the fact that a people,
pally of my own faith, also
[a home, makes me enjoy my
ly. my homeland, to a de-
[which I did not experience
the inception of the State
rael.
I know how the American-
Ifelt when Ireland became in-
Ident. Who would have
ht that a handful of hungry,
I. homeless, concentration-
kick in body and heart and
Hunale di-uinants would fight
Et terrific odds and-prove to
ptire world that the.blood of
like Solomon and David is
flowing in the veins of the
|i people.
Zionist Organization of
k'ica. which advocated and sup-
the idea of the return of
andering Jews to their Home-
| was not asleep. We Zionists,
I of the Democratic countries,
kd in our small and limited
|to help the movement by ad-
money, manpower and en-
fcgement. The State of Israel
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has bestowed upon me, as a
Zionist, two decorations which I
wear with great pride. The decor-
ations are Prestige and Dignity,
and I am certain that the other
hundreds of thousands of members
of the ZOA, all over the world, are
wearing these decorations with
pride.
Like any other young democracy,
for example, our own United States
of America, the sailing was not
easy for the first decade or two.
In its infancy, the State of Israel
must be helped along in every
way, economically, physically, fi-
nancially and even morally. The
task of the Zionist Organization of
America conceived the idea of a
State and home for the oppressed
Jews, and the job must be finished.
The strength of the organization
lies in membership. It is the Duty
of every American citizen of Jew-
ish faith to join the organization.
The larger the membership, the
sooner the task will be accom-
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With the approach of the Jewish
New Year, I urge Jewish Ameri-
cans to join the organization so we
can finish the job.
The State of Israel is the only
democratic post in the Middle East.
It is vital to our democracy to sup-
port the State of Israel which is
surrounded by hostile nations.
As the President of the Miami
Beach Israel Zionist District, I want
to thank all those who are mem-
bers and all those who will join
our forces for the benefit of man-
kind. I wish you all a Happy and
Prosperous New Year. Let us pray
for Peace on Earth and Goodwill
to All Men.
Fred Jonas
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
Thank you very much for having
inserted an item in your paper
stating that our son, Moses,
passed the recent CPA examina-
tions and is now a full-fledged cer-
tified public accountant.
I should like your readers to
know that Moses Grundwerg is a
graduate of the Talmudic Academy
of Yeshiva University and a stu-
dent of its college. Moe has been
attending Day Schools and Yeshi-
vas since early childhood until he
entered the University of Miami,
where he majored in Accountancy.
He is now in his senior year in the
University Law School.
It is my purpose in bringing
these facts to the attention of our
many fearful and super-sensitive
American Jews who feel that an
early intensive Academy training
or Yeshiva education is injurious to
a normal cultural and social ad-
justment.
Our son and his brother, Saul,
who is also a Law Student at the
University of Miami, and the thou-
sands of Yeshiva graduates who
are now successfully engaged in
the various professions, are proof
enough that a good Jew is com-
patible with good Americanism.
Local modern parents concerned
with the future happiness of their
children should seriously consider
the early schooling of their chil-
dren. An early Academy education
will go a long way toward rein-
forcing their youngsters with some
of the traditional Jewish "stiff-
neckedness" and Jewish pride
which is characteristic of Academy
graduates.
Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg
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Orkin Expands
III Two States
tto Orkin, founder and preel-
of the Orkin Exterminating
Company, recently announced that
the company had expanded into
two previously uncovered states,
Colorado and Nebraska.
The Orkin Exterminating Com-
pany, which today is one of the
largest pest control organizations
in the world, grew from a small
black satchel which its founder
carried as a boy of 14, when he
sold rat poison from door to door
in Easton, Pennsylvania. Today,
Orkin operates in 24 states, the
District of Columbia and Cuba,
serving over 2,000 communities,
with headquarters in Atlanta,
Georgia.
Orkin has more than 70,000 con-
tracts for monthly pest control in-
spections. Among the larger ac-
counts are shipping lines, grain
elevators, railroads, chain stores
and textile mills, and even includes
an atomic energy plant.
Located in the thick of the "ter-
mite belt," Orkin's chief means of
controlling this pest, which does
$50,000,000 damage annually, is to
insulate the wood of a building
from the soil or by poisoning the
the soil around the house with
sodium arsenate. Since termites
^
Of(o Orklm
live underground they are the most
difficult pests to control. Unless
they swarm, in which case people
are likely to mistake them for fly-
ing ants and ignore the danger,
they can move into a building and
do untold damage, undetected. The
preventive measure for termite
control is to poison the soil before
building.


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JenlstncrkMafL
FRIDAY, August t1
f I
T
TO OPEN CHI
New Innovation To Aid
| In Reduced Prices For
Kosher Buying Public
An innovation in the operation
of Kosher meat markets was an-
nounced this week when for the
first time in Florida history the
Royal Kosher Meat Markets an-
nounced the opening of a chain of
kosher markets serving the Greater
Miami area.
While several kosher butchers
have had more than one store, this
is the first time that a chain store
operation has been inaugurated for
the sale of kosher meats on the
retail level with the announcement
of the opening of three stores lo-
cated at 9454 Harding Avenue,
Surfside, 523 41st Street, Miami
Beach, and 5987 SW 8th Street,
Miami Plans for adding four more
stores to the chain within the next
several weeks have also been
made.
The operators of Royal Kosher
Meat Markets have been serving
the Greater Miami public with
kosher meats for the past 22 years
and intend to "provide the kosher-
eating public with the finest in
kosher meat products at chain
store prices."
The management intends to use
the buying power of the entire
seven stores to maintain a contin-1
uous policy of supplying kosher \
meat at the lowest possible cost.
Adhering to a policy- of unques-
tioned Kashruth. the operators >
have announced their markets are
under the supervision of the Great-!
er Miami Vaad Hakashruth, which '
is under the direction of Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky and which'
guarantees direct insurance of
Kashruth at all times."
The opening of the first three
stores of the chain on Tuesday.
September 1st. will be led with a
1-. meat sale and has the added
feature of providing free delivery
anywhere in the Greater Miami
area. This free delivery policy will
be continued.
"Many families who have always
used kosher meats and were final-
ly forced, because of economic
reasons and high prices to do
otherwise, will be able once again
to maintain this long-standing tra-
dition through this new chain'
store pricing plan," according to I
the operators, who further stated,'
"Kosher meat has always been the j
guarantee of freshness, quality |
and outstanding cleanliness and
been the byword of the Jewish
housewife through all these
years."
"H is our hope," they continued,
"once again to have all of these
families enjoy the satisfaction of
being able to provide their fam-
ilies with kosher meats and still
be able to stay within their
means."
to ft tt
Urges Holy Day Safe
Of State Of Israel Bonds
The Chief Rabbi of Israel, Isaac
H. Herzog, this week stressed the
"special importance" of obtaining
Israel Bond subscriptions in syn-
agogues, "precisely on the Holiest
Days, Rosh Hashonah and Yom
Kippur."
Emphasizing that "the State of
Israel is undoubtedly the work of
special Divine Providence," the
Chief Rabbi urged "that the Houses
of God should echo this great liv-
ing proof of the Providence of God,
our State of Israel."
Chief Rabbi Herzog "acclaimed
with joy" plans of American Jews
to obtain State of Israel Bond sub-
scriptions in synagogues during the
High Holy Day services. Such
plans are being carried forward
by synagogues throughout the
United States.
OPENING TUESDAY SEPTEMBER l8t
SOMETHING NEW IN KOSHER MARKETS
STRICTLY KOSHER PRODUCTS AT CHAIN STORE PRICES
Announcing the Opening of the j
Royal Kosher Meat Market
at
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Those JH at one time or another, find themselves dealing with this i SSUe ,3 about tiptoe lest they tred upon very sensitive, exposed areas and 2 troy them groups LET S SMOKE IT OUT Arikfvir"- Havon • -"-—~-"JfcJOw Be r:r Icka r >e~ %  ithou! -rm* rr -r ;; r :: :..s ::..e-r:_e Ssr.r :: "r.r.rs -:: -s-rs-/. r_:_s-^r : 32-poan :eP* 1 -'-' %  ? -:_; ::-vr 5 ;:' .^re%  -•-.-:ami Aanca 'fi: baa-ka "rr-rsr-rV:;: ^.rt.rur*>r ; ;. •: *?=—--:~ .s c ::. .'— w; Stcnes — 1 —— s .-.-.cr*-.: = -B-^* rrj: -r_-e* rr:Jrrren !& % %  %  -* -^*btBEjai _^c#: .BHIC :-:.--er s PfP" %  ^ n—,B Ar^rrnr a res^-c-s-bie icr "*:?%  ; • NOBJE Bt % %  t %  **( w— r ic leoaiae bi eraoo-e :er* He : rs r-s-s:-r;f; c= : a— rcr=.: Yu-raslrrs VS _=*Ih--e^:e TH* kMP Is Uarifi.-d How Hark Is Hark? S:.-.r. Ar:— -s c long way oti bom here, z id fee DaAoa s Jewish community is an impcra-: cr.-s ? iil'miliriii|l runs high there. Its ri .r?i :;j:e tm business of poliucs ser.ously. r~.i-.~: 2>zr..e: Maka has been a controversjal figure ::: z long :^r.e In the thick of the ::.r.ry s :zze duscnmmclion conflict, he is an en.grr.r •: il-.e Je%sh population. We have beard bum berriend me 'ewrs w;m Jong speeches :: :ve m Parbament. and we have heard him .-.e-rr tarvecfJvej on therr. dcys later during the Daeaen :: roalous pubhc occasions. 3: seerrj :z u that Premiei Malan's hand is r.cw r>e_r.c ruler by a Canadian Journalist. 1'lne Auicen lr. ~ published interview with h '*" rrpeur^rc -. ue Toronto Globe and Mail. Miss AJBH s:.i -r.-r. ?'.ulan has vowed to strip the "ews ;: tneu possessions and run them out of Sooth Africa. The muod-cburr.cuig Premier in a heated adrrore Parliament, has denied the whole He say; that he never gave an inter-: :.er 'usfcr the record, we would like •: enow bow -e feels Africa is populaily conre.vec as dart Maybe this quality makes sc cur -r.rtle statesman to deterrrcne ca :-. :e_n;s „-. me mar.ef. .-re-t-oe-.a i — _Is rs Z-: irt.: ha -ssu-s-c rr. —.B. T H mme-eir Dr. -be n -mrr:** r_s z itj-ru." c or :;~ --:i_n ^ccmrrc-. i-^rrr-f -_rj* -^-_i : ~ess %  jerrr; IZ-:^s\f^.s s 5 : -*ew ':;,.i S-OH 3* -em-robservr-ir: s Nc-.-n S: : mar: roaress wi :r -xrs eaaHOBU pre-re; n m zzz*z : regard btaej Dnta :• ",?iri- Ser.r-:: Ur; i :i: : --~" %  %  i 3-;ewa s-:w*r bar as me : r _.. PC pm imu yrm rr. .s^_:.d r.or sr.s U*_" ~ "c —C ~~ n i-l "' :; :f;r ::; : ; > H-::=m=m w-ou,: -s-. -sr\-.s -* — %  i =^.-r= : h-Mk z -y who> afru_mi ; ^ ICITJ: _= = ?DOG A Faieffal Annivcn-an ~-z-er.-zc rmc Queen Ingrid i— *e.ite for Jewish rici -looMM-Maei OB October -'irpue z m mcrcng SM %  :.;: —m t-h—r -j AT irwi : ; ; --_-v:,:." -_ -_ r _: ~ %  1 A : '*' 1 3OR bsaOBi mrr.; _%  .; ->-. mmi w— -O*T rzoaiafcg w.m mem %  armu.rmr : r* -ran r >. It was ::--j^an wb : be ; :w ^"^ %  -'-^^ %  : m z-MHt that he would : ^ =: doug W.-J: his othI -: -ects. I MM •; cc pow^iuJ co^. r>e5 %  DOB kBfco %  iesson from the mil-wed Denmark s fearlet. PoiJC %  OH ba -: German mtnmdctxm. Hitler may ve-y well have been regarded today as a comic character instead of a murdei•r oi six rmlLoc Jewish souls. These areas are the bridges between racial and religious They are characterized by tenderness at best and belligerency MTMM| I for the bridges are created by the "advanced guard" of groups tS I presumably seek to understand one another and as such are saturate with an over-consciousness of their mission. This over-consciousnfsj I most often has tolerance as its ideal — one which underscores -defiei. encies" while failing to strengthen similarities. The tolerant persoi is one who indulges the "weaknesses" of his neighbor and who is tlm self aggrandized. Such a practice can hardly lead to intergroup understanding becau it falls precisely short of smothering, the feeling that the outsider .. who must be accepted on an equal basis with all other humai being.v The call for tolerance can often be deceptive since behind m banner flock many misguided people •who are willing to tether their prejudices but who would never think of burying them AI set it the function of intergroup activities must be to create a -ituation it I which the distinction among races and religions are vigorously hackH %  ang S<. lnnt as the need for diplomacy and protocol exists, it u| clear that the issue of tenderness remains a significant one and thg little if being done apart from artificially setting up an amo>phere rdiahty. • • • • • THE CONFLICT BETWEEN JUDAISM AND CMODMuty. that two thousand yearlong battle in the name of a religion that and inquisitions, is a good thermometer to measure the advance in the field of group relations. A recent book by Dr G • rae For attempts to comment on the degree of understanding that has ben attained between these two groups in our time Entitled The Jen, Jesu> And Christ, the slender volume is a history of Chr:-tian nolitiur.. and it> author explains that his work was motivated b\ the dean' to develop further similarities and U> demonstrate that the differencn separating the two religions are hardly great enough to keep iheg apart any lor. This i> a noble sentiment, and it seems that Dr. Fox would hm done an immeasurable service to mankind, as well as to the caux of human relations, were he successfulBut he could not attain 119 measure of success because his work commits the sins that character. 1 lze all popular campaigns for tolerance. Primarily, the author s them is that modern Jewry has done a more praiseworthy job of -..-(-king it I understand Christians and Christianity than have the followers of Jem and that the latter must make haste and catch up in this race of understanding if any good is to come out of it at all. Encouraged by this conviction Dr Fox says: "We belien that as time goes on. the Jews will increasingly include Jess among their great teachers." 1 Argus Books. Chicago. 1953. page 50.1 But on the other hand, he says: "... he was not accepted by tit people in his day. nor is he accepted by Jews today." (Page 11.) TBI hope, therefore Dr Fox entertains is that such acceptance will kt forthcoming in the future Despite the fact that the book is addressed to Christian and Jew alike, it primarily places the burden of suck | acceptance on the Jew The author thereupon proceeds to tear out a page from the prt-1 selytizer's primer The literature soulfully pressed into Jew ish hatai by missionaries on crowded street corners and on displa> in railroai stations is precisely the literature Dr. Fox fabricates to deroonstrm I the essential similarities in Judaism and Christianity. This is a dan|(t> | ous practice. So long as the Christian finds it necessary to identify himself, even if subconsciously, with Jewish history' md rehgien I literature, be is in the process of exposing the weakness of hu ml* | lectual and spiritual position. When the Jews feel the need to eogiti in similar practices* he demonstrates that he does not understand th culture and tradition from which he derives. Dr. Fox's scholarly citations from Jewish and Christian religious works, in this regard, w therefore humorous, and his effort to explain the history of eart) Christian development is naive. Both these directions lead to a doublt conclusion — that Jesus was a good Jew in his time and that the Romans were solely responsible for the Christian messiah's crucifixion • • • • • THE BATTLE REVOLVING ABOUT THf immediate circumstancei Of the life of Jesus rests on thin ground His personal experience* mainly related in the New Testament which Dr. Fox, by impbcatioB. %  alludes to as "propaganda material." (Page 14.) The employment of 1 citations and "historic" reference as a means of characterizing J*> H thus clearly one sided, and the conclusion that the Romans crucilw him is a downright insult. No Christian worth his salt continues i. our time to weep bloody tears over the crucifixion as a Jewish inspire! affair This myth appeals to popular Christian anguish and only dott a disservice to the cause Dr Fox has presumably espoused As Dr Sigmund Freud has pointed ouL it stands side by side WM the pogrom tale that the Passover matsoth contains Christian blew and is an indication of Christendom's guilt arising out of a two4hot and > ear old destructive history Some of this guilt, even if in negstwj fashion, has apparently rubbed onto Dr. Fox who admits that U cross has been the sign of desperation and death and Jesus, to" 1 '* a >>mbol of inhuman ferocity which "strains the imagination 1 m arouse* the deepest resentment." (Page 16.) Still, the author call* W bygones to be bygones But he does so on the basis of his initially false propositionthat the Jews will ultimately accept the Christian messiah This w hardly be true If Dr Fox seeks to establish a bridge between u* religions and to create a valid situation for intergroup un standing, then he must begin with this stand: That Jud sni h ^ ( Christianity are essentially different except in their ethics which eosapletely Jewish That the Jew can not accept Christian ntti he effaces the manir.g of Judaism That such lack of acceptance %  not be excused, and the hnstian must not seek to extract any exc And that the Christian must face up to the wholly un-Chnstian nitur of his past history, to the horror of hu crusades"and his inquisitj 0 ^* These things. Dr Fox has not done As a Rabbi, he has 1 t to perpetuate further the popular myths that keep thel£ religions at odds He has acted as an .~>.u^,rf and called for toier> ^ But what is there In acted as an apologist and be tolerated* The Jew because be minority or the Christian whose inhumanity to man will thousand new years of amends*



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)AY. AUGUST 28. 1953 Jmlsti fk riff ton SEC. 3 A \VV Plays Major \ole in Politics By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish TtUflraphic Agency WASHINGTON — The Jewish iVar Veterans organiiation has tmer;c d on the Washington scene s a liberal force on issues which equire courage. Revitalized under he d-.namic leadership of 43-yearld Jesse Moss, the JVW is alertly uarcing the democratic ideals for hich its members fought on the attleiield. Acclaimed by military leaders n d ether major veterans' organia -. as an effective and early ci Communism, the JWV today ot only opposes Communism but ecogoises that Fascism also threatns democracy. The JWV vigorusly maintains that Germany cant trusted as a military ally, alagh some other Jewish organitajl are failing to protest the reilitarization of the Reich. On the front. National Commander .. has boldly denounced the tics' Senator Joseph R. McCarthy. I'her. Representative Francis E. liter made anti-Jewish remarks Congress, the JWV confronted Palter with the same tenacity its embers showed in fighting HitlerV Nazis. M< has frankly told President foenhower that Jewish veterans vho tollowed him in war want towere recognized by invitations to broadcast over Radio Free Europe and the Voice of America. In his Voice broadcast, Moss told the Russians that his organization "remains dedicated to fhe great goals of peace and justice that marked our common efforts against the Hitlerites." Since the Korean War, the JWV has been cited by the American Red Cross for having done more in the blood donor drive than any other organization. Following the precedent of its anti-Nazi boycott, the JWV was lauded by government leaders for instituting a boycott of Communist goods. Korean veterans have been attracted to the JWV because of its progressive new leadership personified by Moss. Membership is increasing throughout the country. The realistic young veterans are especially pleased by the JWV's balanced legislative program. Bernard Weitzer, the highly respected national legislative representative of JWV, is frequently invited to testify before Congressional committees on such matters as Defense Department appropriations, Mutual Security bills and reciprocal trade agreements. An affirmative role in building Israel-American relations has been played by JWV, as tax-paying citizens interested in strengthening democracy in the Near East, the Feigenblcrtt Unveiling The dedication of a monument to, the. memory of tfcc late 9-oois Feigenblatt, formerly of 711 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. August 30th, 1:30 p.m., Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Feigenblatt is survived by his wife Milly, two sons, Irving of Miami Beach and Henry of Panama; also two daughters, Rosita Gottlieb and Hattie Trachtenberg, both of Miami Beach; also one brother, David and two sisters, Rivka Cohen and Leah Shaw. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Mounment Company. Friends and relatives asked to attend. are guard the peace through homefront | Jewish veterans have not hesitated to suggest policies to the State Department which they feel would be more effective than strategy now pursued. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles has solicited the views of JWV. However, he may have been surprised at the organization's forthright expressions. Moss, for instance, told Dulles that "State Department vacillation in kolidarity welded by an effective lair employment practices law. lion commended the President for his Mated desire for repeal of the discriminatory McCarran Walter nmiKration Act and told him that ish ex-soldiers were behind mm. lr recent testimony before a Conire.--;nal committee, a JWV Spokesman pointed out that Nazis V well as Communists should be parrcd from this country. The JWV stuck to its guns despite the tact -hat the McCarran-Walter Act Ida '• Nazis. Typical of the Moss approach is blast aimed at Republican Senator John W. Bricker and members 1)1 both parties who supported the Sricker Resolution which would revent American ratification of %  he United Nations Conventions on I'" ide and Human Rights. A %  Jew • • :i Veteran editorial pointed lout :hat •some professional and viewers-with-alarm have nn.d that United States • nent on the Genocide Conh 1 n would somehow limit the and sovereignty of the Unitled States. This is nonsense. The [Genocide Convention, which has alIreac. been signed by nearly every I ed nation in the world, would limit only the 'right' of any nation to commit race murder or to I tt pt to destroy the existence of ethnic group. It was written with the purpose of preventing a recurrence of the kind of beastly enrn, which the Nazis planned ..." Waging an aggressive fight aga:r-t Communism, Moss" efforts Greenwald Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Fannie Greenwald, formerly of 3890 NW 65th Street, will be held Sunday, August 30th, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemtery with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mrs. Greenwald is survived by her husband, Sander, and four sons, Louis, Jack, Robert and Arthur; six daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Hammer, Mrs. Elsie Jacobson, Mrs. Rhoda Jackobson, Mrs. Lillian Marzell, Misses Dorothy and Helen, and two brothers and two sisters. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Miami Window. Polonsky Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Nathan Polonsky, formerly of 3210 NW 68th Street, will take place Sunday, August 30th, 3 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Polonsky is survived by his wife, Lena. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. of Yorkville, in the JWV and the Near East is seriously preju-1 groups went into When dicing American prestige a Syngman Rhee in Korea or a military dictator in Lebanon undertakes to push the United States around, it is time to ask ourselves whether something has not been lacking in the State Department's administration of American foreign policy." JWV action is coordinated with five other national Jewish organizations and the 28 community councils which form the National Community Relations Advisory Council. The JWV is now participating in a joint NCRAC program which has among its goals "a positive US immigration policy free from racism and other discrimination Fuller respect for and application of traditional American civil liberties Protection of religious liberties, continued separation of church and state and promotion of inter-religious standing." While not essentially constituted aa an "anti-defamation" group, the JWV has in instances inspired other veterans' organizations to close ranks against bigotry. When a renaissance of anti-Semitism threatened in the former Nazi-stronghold New York City, other veterans' neighborpotential was no the warned There hood. They troublemakers. trouble. Under its new leadership, the JWV encourages Members to express their individual views. The Jewish Veteran recently printed the ideas of one member who told of his deep concern that Congressional investigations "smack of medieval inquisitions." He asked that "it never be forgotten that America was built by dissenters and is kept great by men and women who are not satisfied with the status quo. By insisting on conformity, Congress will hinder rather than help our fight against totalitarianism." JWV leaders recently selected an address by Senator Herbert H. Lehman for reproduction in their periodical. Significantly, Lehman in this address emphasized that "it underis not enough to speak of liberty and to prajse it. Liberty is a living thing, a way of life. It means the right to think and act freely without fear ... It means the granting of all legal rights to those with whom we disagree, as well as those with whom we agree. It means love and understanding and tolerance." Henry Cove, head of Vogue Launry, has been elected president of the 400-member construction and service trades division of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Joseph Rudin became noble grand of Victory Lodge No. 70 at an installation ceremony in the American Legion Hall on Miami Beach. Others include Murray Busch, vice grand; Herman Cohen, recording secretary; Israel Toby, financial secretary; Louis Levine, treasurer; I. Shalimuth, warden; Burton B. Loebl, conductor; and E. B. Hellman, chaplain A birthday cake celebrating Miami's 57th year was cut by pioneer Miamlan William Mark Brown. 91, during ceremonies at Bay front Park. The specially-prepared cake was baked by August Brothers, of Miami Sanford Freed, of 919 Cotorro Avenue, Coral Gables, has been selected as winner of the Law Week scholastic award for 1953 by the Bureau of National Affairs in Washington. A January graduate of the University of Florida Law School, he served as a special assistant attorney general during the past legislative session in Tallahassee Victor Levine, 40-year-old attorney, has become the second candidate to pay his qualifying fee for the Miami City Commission primary. Only other qualifier now on the list for the November 17th election is Morris Luck, real estate developer Undergoing a fourweek orientation course in military medical service at Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, is First Lieutenant Robert M. Epstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan B. Epstein, 1340 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach Corporal Henry R. Weiss, 22, Marine son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Weiss, 341 SW 30th Road, Miami, is on duty with the First Marine Division Band in Korea County Commissioner Preston B. Bird has appointed a committee to work on private 'swimming pool safety measures. Aomng those name are Mrs. Bernard Ross, 540 SW 18th Terrace, and Maurice Clien, 420 Lincoln Road Dr. Oscar S. Ruskin, dentist, has been accepted for membership in the Miami Beach Optimist Club, according to Irving Firtel, president Charles Yulish, Miami Beach High School senior, will receive $100 as first prize for his paper in the Future Scientists Of America Foundation contest just concluded. Announcement of the local recognition was made by W. H. Eisenman, national secretary of the American Society for Metals, sponsors of the awards The 13th annual Southern Appalachian Contract Bridge Tournament's open pairs championship has been captured by the contract bridge team of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gross, of Asheville, North Carolina, and Miami. Mrs. Gross holds an American record for regional play. Her life master husband was runner-up in the National Men's pairs of the Summer National Championship in New York Dr. Milton Saslaw, director of medical research at the National Children's Cardiac Hospital in Miami, will be moderator in a oneday scientific session on cardiovascular disease sponsored by the Florida Heart Association at Tampa on September 14th Tropical Chapter Plans Meeting; Dance Slated Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its first meeting of the new year on Tuesday eveing, September 1st, 8:30 p.m., at the Sovereign Hotel. Mrs. Irving Laibson will preside. The group will hold a Labor Day dance on Sunday evening, September 6th, 9 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Beach Chapter Party The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a menorah game at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, September 2nd, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs, Mrs. Gloria Margolin and Mrs. Eve Ashley are in charge of arrangements. North Shore Menorah Games The North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its weekly menorah game at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, September 2nd, 1 p.m. Gables B'nai B'rith Women B'nai B'rith, Coral Gables Chapter, announces the opening of a membership drive with a dessert luncheon and swjm party at the home of Mrs. Alan Benjamin, 5125 Donatello Street, on September 3rd. at 12:30 p.m. In charge of reservation are Mrs, Sol Bodian and Mrs. Leo Past. 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MY AUGUST 28, 1953 JewfaifcrfrHj PAGE7 f t Gr*ter Miomi Jewish Personally Speaking -k and Mrs. Leo 0tef announce L arr ival of Ira Alan's brother, B Herman, on August 10th. to to -to Mrs. William Friedman, who lost er sister, Anne Levinson, formerof New York, is staying at the Marseilles Hotel until September Dr Louis Coverman passed the orida State Board dental examation and received notice on the me dav to report to Texas for tv with the Armed Forces. He A been practicing dentistry in io previously. His brother is man D. Coverman, of 4441 SW Street, Miami. to to to Mr Adolfo Kaufman, of Bayfront nor Apartments, has returned Miami after a week's visit in w York. to to -to r and Mrs Addie Grunhut, of Aviv, Israel, announce the h of their son, Ron Harel, on r. PltUbnrfh, Pennsylvania. their last stopover for a visit with another brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Sacks, and with Mra. Alpert's mother, Mrs. Phillip Stone. •Cr to -to Off on a European tour are Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips. •to to -to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Scdon, of 520 SW 26th Road, are in Los Angeles celebrating the birth of their fifth grandchild, Dale Samuel Weinberg, born at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital on August 14th. Father is William Weinberg. Mother is the former Muriel Se don, native Miamian. Maternal great grandmother is Mrs. Gisela Newlander, of 276 SW 30th Road. Mr. Scdon will return here following the Bris. Mrs. Sedon plans to remain in Los Angeles for sev eral months. •to to to Miami Beach Councilman Bernard Frank is currently touring gust 15th, in Miami. Mrs. Grunthrough Europe. He was last is the former Ceil Rotfort, of Is city. •* -to to fedwin EngflL son of Mr. and Moe Kngel. 753 NW 19th et. is spending his vacation heard from this week as he visited Stockholm, Sweden. •to -to to Among residents o f Miami Beach now vacationing at Scaroon Manor on Schroon Lake, New York, [Forrest Hills. Long Island, and ; is Linda Spitalnik, of 1117 Euclid ng Beach, New York, with his I and uncles, Mr. and Mrs. PraRer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Larz and Mr. and Mrs. Victor kgler. to to to B-a Goldberg, of Miami belt, has returned home after re-month motor tour through Jersey, Connecticut and New rk She was -accompanied by mother. Mrs. Sarah Goldberg. vr %  to Jlrs. Betty Alpert and daughter, fy. of 1624 SW 20th Street, Mihave returned from an exiled trip after visiting with Mrs. crt's brother and sister-in-law, jtenant Commander and Mrs. hur Stone, of Beaufort, South Dlina. From there, they travto Columbus, Ohio, for a stay Mrs Alpert's brother-in-law sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben SpeyAvenue. -to -to to A sweet sixteen birthday party is on the teen program for Marcia Gelder in the Scheherazade Dining Room of the Algiers Hotel on Saturday night. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harris H. Gelder, Marcia will be joined by about 50 of her classmates from Miami High School. A dance exhibition will highlight the birthday fete. -Cr to to Mrs. Irving Bernstein, of 1610 NW 34th Street, has returned from Washington, D.C., where she visited her sister and brother-in-law, Florence and Murray Shipper. The Shippers are annual visitors here. While up North, Mrs. Bernsten also traveled to New York for a brief stay with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moses, and their son, Stevie. On her return trip, she made a stopover at Safety Harbor, Florida, and is now staying at the Goral Reef Hotel with her sons, Samuel and Buddy. Staying with ner for a week at the Coral Reef was her sister, Mrs. George Becker, of New York City. to to to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose, of the Royal Palm Hotel, left to join their children in New York, where they will spend the High Holidays prior to embarking late in September for a European tour. to to -to Off for a brief stay in New York is Mrs, Leonard Wien. She will return to her North Bay Road home on September 1st, accompanied by her daughter, Josephine. to to to Former New York residents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kleinman and daughter now live in Miami. Their home is at 4029 SW 10th Street. to to -to Staff Sergeant Herbert B. Geltner left Wednesday for duty at the Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro. California, to await assignment overseas during the first week of September. Sergeant Geltner will be assigned to the Marines' Photographic Squadron now in Korea to do Photographic Interpretation work of foreign installations. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner. to to -to Stopping for a two-week vacation at the Algiers Hotel are Arnold Kurland, Harold Singer and Donald Fox, of Baltimore, Maryland. Schools Slate Registration Registration will be held at all Jewish schools of Great**" Miami from September 1st through 20th. Greater Miami enrollment of Jewish students* in afternoon, Sunday and All-Day schools is expected to top the totals of 2,928 in the Sunday schools and 1,481 in the afternoon schools of last year, accord I ing to a statement of Max Meisel, I president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. they will be instilled with a sense of the continuity of the Jewish people and so that they will gain a, sense of belonging, secure jM the t*. world about them." =~ DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKCRO A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. E. 5th Str.t Phone t-MOl AL MEIDENBEFAJ. Owner V MANISCHEWITZ MATZO MEAL Jewish schools are now available in every section of Greater Miami. A complete listing appears weekly in the Religious Directory published by The Jewish Floridian. The Hebrew High School, meet ing at the Bureau building, 135 NW 3rd Avenue, and at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will open after the High Holidays, with its first year of Junior College under the j principalship of Herbert Berger. director of Extension Activities of the Bureau. 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PAGE 8 A *.kni*t-fkricffin_ FRIDAY. AUGU ST Dickson Represents Community Center At Conference Jack Dkkson has N rated M the otSkd went* live of tho Greater Miami JewisB Community Center to tho National lewish Youth Cenference which b beins hold this year at Camp C< j* in in Port lerris, Now \ ork. irom August -8th hrouch Septemer 2nd it %  ^unced by A Cottar, the 'enter's J nittee %  This sixth an sssmrktj M • .vr all I jr.tr> fcteiaa and from n. • • Jew%  \ • \ \ •. Porte In The S to b< this nil be forms • %  %  Casablanca Players Bring Moss Hart Hit Here; Will Run Through September 7 Fitting enough, a comed> season will be featured in Light ibMl shoe bu>im--> currently lp The Sky. tSLt finale to the initial rimThe ca>. %  *>*>>£. %  mer season of sta S e play* beta, mors as M,> Low* Altan *£ presented bv the O Ptaj Carlton H g erald: Sybil Rub n Miam, Beach > Chhtae. Frances Black: Eric App.ewh.te \ a < Owen Turner: Maybelle Sheri ,. w ..#. dan JalaaStella Livingston. Director Sam Hirsch s presenU Kent Lewelhn as Peter Sloane. Settf, Rubin aSidney Black; Ann Shaw as S\en: Kvclyn King as lr ene Livingston: Nick Ryder as Tyler Ray burn, and Ben Sachs as William H Gallegher Setting for the play is a suite in Bo-non's Rit* l arlton Hotel, an apZ: Air Ccni::;cn Cer.:e: ; ... -. • %  Hart Broadway hit of a fee yean •rill run through September 7th. at the Club Morocco ol the (85 Collins Avenue tirst pel lor mam Royal Theater late :n liH? Light I P The Sky has Cantor Fenokel Offfckrfts At Ttmckin Bar hWtrruk Ceremonies were conducted last Friday evening and Saturday morning at the Hebrew Academy. Miami Beach, by refugee Hungarian Cantor Nicholas Fenakel. honoring the Bar Mitrvah of Jerbme Temchin. son of Mr and Mrs Max W. Tern chin. Coral Gables, former residents of Detroit. Michigan. Cantor Fenakel, leading cantor in Budapest in prewar years, has j sung in numerous synagogues j throughout the country' since his arrival here prior to accepting the ; Women Call For liw As Convention Site The Miami area as h v L the 1956 Internahon.1 BJ2*I Convention of the Federal! Business and Profession.] u en's Clubs will be urged thi< lj end at Savannah at a regional.! ference. J A motorcade will carry a in delegation of Florida women eluding Mrs. Pauline Hoover I sacola. state president, who behind the move to get some 8.0 BPW's to converge or. Mi ami ej u croups throui the eountrj Pokiai fun at the so-called greats of tho American theater, the play ..bout a POOP <•f Men 1 rk theater folk who attend the : their new play in Bos i the curtain opens, the -and backer u UM pn'spect ol a tre. hich they antici-.-. work o: an un P Op The by the first theatrical group to stage a successful season of plays in a Greater Miami hotel. The Casablanca Players opened their inaugural season on June 20th. with Somerset Maugham's Constant Wife Anne Of The Thousand Days. The Rose Tattoo and Loves Merry-Go-Round followed, each for a two week's run. with the exception of Tennessee Williams' Rose Tattoo which was held over for a third week Yr H.r-ch. on leave of absence from University of Miami, soon ukes a t the will announce plans for the 1953 productions by the I' • %  :•<"• N _•• curtain time for the perlp The Sky. -.ich runs through Ijbor Day the exception I Monday. Angst 31st an -' for 8 30 p.m. ea Dane:: final curtain DAY WORKERS $5 A Si and Fan CeUree MeMs-Part Time oFUl Thm* in Private Homes Msttl Mates • farters Dithwetkai] ACE EMPLOYMENT n N.E. lot Av*. p h No Charga to Employer GORDON ROOFING AID I SHEET METAL WORIS Meva jr*u. /•* rapairoo now _|| anil eave on a naw roof m, I "•atiataatary War* — Exaarlance* Man" &f Ml W. 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PAGE 6 A +JeM*fkr***n FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. 1953 Younger, Singer Plan Fall Wedding Marilvn June Younger and Robert Singer will wed in the Fall. The couple's engagement has been announced by the bride-elects parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Younger. 228 Madeira Avenue. Coral Gables Miss Younger was graduated from Bexley High School in Columbus, Ohio, and attended Northwestern University She is a grad uate of the University of Miami, where she majored in Govern ment. She is a member of the Florida Education Association and was secretary of the International Relations Club. The bride-elect was also on the Stage Door Canteen Dance Slated Tonight A Stage Door Canteen show and dance sponsored by the Servicemen's Information Center and Lounge will be held at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Friday eve1 ning. 8 p.m.. according to Maurice ) Klein, director. Night club entertainment will include a 10-piece orchestra and re1 freshments. More than 1.000 junior hostesses are scheduled to be on hand to dance with servicemen. Men and women from all branches of the Armed Forces are eligible to attend. Tots About Town... lpfl%s Hiii Marilyn Younger • hadone gradEducation at the -. • rsitj : Miami. Syracuse :• and the University of the past three been on the teachng stall mstock Elementary S b Hi I Mi and Mrs Singer ~2l Sistina Avenue. U %  :an Air Force vetgraduate of BrookHigh School and received his .aw degree from Suffolk Univer-.•;• The Singer family formerly resided in Brookhne. Massachu• •Mr Singer is a member of etts Bar. Name Committee For Yom Kippur Danee The Miami Beach Lodge and I napter of B'nai Bnth this week • intly announced appointments to the committees in charge of arrangements for the annual Yom Kippur night dance sponsored by both organizations which will be held on September 19th. at the Delano Hotel. The committee from the Miami Be..ch Lodge will consist of Jack .' Gold Sam A. Gold>tein. Walter C Kovner. George J. Talianoff. Paul Seiderman. Sol S. Goldstrom. Irving Schatzman. David Alper. Saul Genet. Allen Goldberg. Harry Decky. Peter F Heller. Harry I Lazer. Ben Moskowitz. David Pavlo and Michael Sossin. chairman. The B'nai B'nth Women mem. bers of the committee are the ..rnes Sid Schwartz. Ben LeI bor. Helen Sanders. Abe Schwartz. Irvine Solomon. Sol Goldstrom. David Brown. Gil Balkin. Lillian n. Charles Goldberg. Sam 1 Ashley. Theodore Isaacs, Harry Kaufman. Ida Optner. Harold Spiegel. Gershon Miller. Harold Turk. Harry Margolin and Michael -n. chairman The dance will feature an entertainment program, dance contest and refreshments THE WORLD IN HIS HANDS They are the chubby little fingers of Mark Weinstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinstein, 4541 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach. Bab) BEAUTY IN A BONNET ... is this pensively smiling Miss. She is Shelly Goldman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Goldman. 777 86th Street. Miami Beach. l^no.* !•>' Ai'lmorr Lantaff To Address Beth Sholom Men Israelite Center Institutes Programs At Meetings The Israelite Center is mstitut;r_ .. -ones of programs in conjunction with its regular meetings. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, September 1st. at 8:30 Rpd Irons Hook pm he special feature will ^ an it* Hvh'USVd HvrV address by Louis Schwartzman. di A new d:-a-ter manual prepar rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed: the Dade County Chapter, ucation He will give an account Red Cross tor the 1953-54 season of his recent trip to Israel Irv has been completed and copies div mg Sperling is program chairman. tributed to ke> member? of the r committee. Harry Ebright Rabbi Cassel Is Feted Congressman William C. Lantaff will be principal speaker at the first Fall meeting of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom. Mi ami Beach, on Tuesday. September 1st. 8 p.m.. it was announced by Jack A Abbott, president of the Men's Club Congressman lantaff will discuss: The World Today From A United States Congressman's Viewpoint. Lantaff recently listed twenty questions of current interest to residents of the Greater Miami area, and it is expected that he will give a report on their reDowntown Synagogue Tickets High Holiday tickets are now on sale for Rosh Hashonah services i at the Downtown Synagogue, ac; cording to an announcement this week. They can be purchased from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.. and from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., daily. Registration of students at the Hebrew School is also taking place at these hours, the announcement said. sponses at this meeting. Frank Kamen. chairman of the Program Committee, also reports that refreshments will be served following the meeting. Cantor Tessler Officiates At Young Israel Service Solomon Lobel. president of Young Israel Synagogue. 4001 Chase Avenue. Miami Beach, this week announced that Cantor Isidore Tessler will officiate during High Holiday services this year. Cantor Tessler. who is noted for his Orthodox cantonal renditions nf the traditional melodies, has officiated in synagogues throughout the country. Young Israel Synagogue is fully air conditioned and will conduct a fully Orthodox service, according to Lobel. Jacob Kaufman, vice president, in charge of seating reservations, said this week that tickets may be obtained at the synagogue from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. daily, and evenings from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wifl Dicu brad Lou*s Schwartzman. execuiii. J rector of the Bureau ./gj ucation. will be guest £Z* the Tuesday luncheon rneJ* the Miami Beach LodgT^t B'rith. on September la £ Yin Restaurant. Schwartzman •£ has just returned from an ext2l ed trip through Israel, will dUruM Israel The Land O f ContSjl Rabbi Shapiro To Seri On Army Committee Lieutenant General A. R L i linger. Commanding General o! th, I Third Army, has extended ai. I vitation to Rabbi Max Shapiro u{ serve on the Army Advisory CoJ mittee. The Committee will serve liaison between the Army anc i 0 communities and will ad\i>e i Army projects and problems Rabbi Shapiro has served for ov. I er 20 years as spiritual learer of I the Beth David Congregation %! was a member of the faculty a; ^ University of Miami for five ;irjl and was one of the first orgar.iti| of the Zionist District and Council j here. He subsequently served tx iu| president for several terms. Israelite Center Registration Israelite Center will enrol: stfrl dents into the Center Religion aail Sunday Schools on Sunday AUJ-I ust 30th, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. fcj.1 istration Monday will be from I a.m., to 12 noon. Principal i Rat.1 bi Morton Malavsky. Mrs Sail Sandier is chairman of the ?ardI of Education. Sunday School pro-] cipal is Mrs. Al Oliphant. South Shore Club Meeting South Shore CitizenClub mil meet on Sunday evening. Augiut 30th, 8 p.m.. at the Blackstor.e Hctel, according to Mrs. Lena MiatH) I es. president. Malvin Englante.] will preside. Presentation of tic charter of the club will be aafcl by Louis Shafkin. vice pre.-idettl Louise Chapter Tea \\ The American Jewish CongreaJ Louise Chapter, held a mtT.be-1 ship tea yesterday at the ho-ed Mrs. Ruth Mandel. 3784 Sherida. Avenue. Miami Beach She | assisted by co-hostesses Mrs. Glickman. Mrs. Ruth Ro-ut\ Mrs. RtMh Greene. THE JEWISH WOMAN'S LIFE CHANGES IN ISRAEL -man. announced this week. Listed in the 30-page manual are 38 official Red Cross hurricane The Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel North-side Center will hold a reception to welcome the Center's shelters, located at straegic points new spintua eader ^^ ^^ throughout Dade County Beside regular shelters, sixteen additiona A. Cassel. on Sunday evening. August 30th. at 6500 North Miami Avebuildings have been designated as „,' D n T 1 i. V, %  t r,At-, k-i4._ .. i j, nue Mrs Pearl Berke and the Hos.'tindb> shelters to handle over„„.i:„. r„„.„.., ,, flow groups in case of a part.cu? il'l^^f R Z !" -rly disastrous gtorm. ', re>h r m '; * *dvd of "* h ol > H0 da > to !" at lhe ed shelter locations through newi papers, radio and TV statioi Temple Approximately 500 persons have. T m Pk l rael Member Drive volunteered for Red Cr. "" A Go!d *" arA M rr 'relief and are a.-igned to dutiei '"""" Tem P le Israel B" ar d memEbnght stated Assisting him in i lxr are ict,ng *~ c"M ance. Women are equally prepuw with men for all fields, and W of 120 members of the Kr.esiH The majority of women, hov.njl are in the fields of %  "! ,l ."**| nursing and teaching. This is P*\ bably due less to traditional rl sons than to Israel's intense r.e*| forces. A controversy arose some time ago between the orthodoxy and the government of Israel concerning the conscription of tradition-bound orthodox Jewish women. The drafta ing of women was opposed on the! for technological skills. For w grounds that it defied ancient Rab-! reason, the arts have lagged **w* binical laws. A compromise is be-1 in Israel's development: neon ing made in this area. The army there are few women artists, may now assign special, lighter duties to orthodox women and offers them protection, realizing their problems in adjusting to modern krael customs. Moetzet Hapoalot, or "" Other legal and social rights have Women's Council. This is ne* been adjusted to the position of' by Beba Idelsonk who is women A woman now calls her {member of the Knesset. It '' on the whole, few great arts" Israel. -J An organized active force •£ cial betterment of wome ".". hll engafH in promoting'trade unionise nwng "• and *n0 husband "ish" (man) instead of I posed of 140.000 women < "baal" (master.) A woman's property may be bequeathed to her heirs; it does not necessarily become the property of her husband. Some time ago. the father, or in case of his death, the grandfather was responsible for the offspring of a marriage; the mother has since become the natural guardian of her in promoting M" _„ vocational trailing among <* I This organization and *rw known as WIZO promote I tion of immigrants in the <• J work of Israel living. P"£ training courses and bousin. career women and attempt pr< in education and public sen .ce.



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PAGE 4 B vJewislJhr&yL FRIDAY, AU^jf a. i Hospitalized V*s Representqtivt Lantaff To Attend Service *o Mke Apptintments Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Jewish Chaplain at the Pratt General Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables, announced this week that all ambulatory veterans and medical personnel will be granted passes to attend High Holy Day services starting Wednesday, September 9th, and on the Yom Kippur Day of Atonement. Saturday, September 19th. Temples and synagogues throughout the Greater Miami area will set aside gilest seats for servicemen and hospitalized veterans able to leave their quarters. During the coming year, special weekly Sabbath services will be conducted by Rabbi Skop on Thursdays, at 3:30 p.m., in the Hospital Chapel to be followed by Representative Bill Lantaff, of Miami, met here last week in the Columbus Hotel with a group of Dade County leaders to select the best qualified young men for appointments to West Point and Annapolis. Two appointments are currently open to tne United States Military Academy and one to the United States Naval Academy. They will be available for candidates next year. According to Representative Lantaff, his committee will make its selections, including alternates, at a meeting early in September. Working with him are Wilbur Jones, Henry Taylor, Luther Chandler, Robert Morgan. Clyde Atkins, William Imand, Dr. Joseph StewCoral Gables ZOA Name* Shaloma Hadassah De^T^onvenUonj Plans Member Tea an Oneg Shabat Social Hour for art, Robert McGahey and Archie veterans. I Garrison. Coral Gables District of the Zionist Organization of America will send delegates to the national ZOA convention slated for New York City August 26th through 30th. Named to attend the sessions at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel are Al bert Levick. Dr. David Oberstein, Dr. Abraham Kitzen. Abraham Hurewitz and Mr. and Mrs. Mor ris Simon. Mr. Simon is president of the Coral Gables District. Sharet Chapter Dane* Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women, will present its fourth annual summer swirl dance on Sunday, August 30th. 8 p.m.. at the Sea Gull Hotel. Canay and his Rhumberos will provide music for dancing. Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes Revive Home Baking Recipes For The Holiday Back in the old days, when mother's province was limited to the household, and the kitchen capitol of her domain, many of the family's happiest moments centered around the approach of holiday time, when the kitchen was fragrant with the fresh, tantalizing aroma of holiday baking. What a wealth of variety of fresh-baked cakes and cookies came from mother's oven — golden, fluffy sponge cake and fragrant honey cake, raisin cake, spice cake, fruit cake and an unbelievable varied array of delicately delicious cookies. 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But home-baked holiday cakes and cookies, tempting and delicious as ever, are once again a popular feature of holiday time, thanks to Dromedary Cake Mixes. And instead of hours, it now takes mere minutes to prepare them; instead of all the involved and exacting effort, the tedious measuring and sifting and blending, the modern housewife merely opens a Dromedary Mix package, adds milk or water as directed on the box and stirs for a few brief moments. Time involved? Less than four minutes from package to pan! And the results? An almost endless variety of delicious kosher holiday cakes, cookies and muffins, homebaked without effort, at amazingly moderate cost, with the wonderful variety of nine Dromedary Mixes — each of them so versatile it can be used for dozens of different recipes. Top favorites for holiday baking are Dromedary White Cake, Fruit Cake and Devil's Food Mixes. All Dromedary products are strictly kosher, prepared and packaged under the supervision of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations and carry the famous kosher "U" that is the Jewish housewife's surest guide to kosher quality. Prepared exclusively with the choicest of kosher home-kitchen ingredients, Dromedary' Mixes are measured and mixed with scientific exactness to assure perfect results every time. There is no guesswork about measurements, no uncertainty about preparing the recipe, because it's all done in advance. And when the oven-fresh fragrance of fine kosher cakes and cookies once again fills thousands of Jewish kitchens as the Holidays draw near, there will be no need to guess what has brought about this revival of home baking. Its the time-saving, work-saving convenience and superb kosher quality of Dromedary Cake Mixes sold at food stores everywhere in town.—ST. New members will be honored by the Shaloma Group of Hadassah at a membership tea on Wednesday. September 2nd. 1 pm.. at the Sovereign Hotel. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, vice president of the Florida Region of Hadassah. will be guest speaker at the event. Mrs. Weinstein is past president of the Greater Miami Chapter. Arranged by Mrs Bernard Goldberg, program chairman, the event includes musical selections by pianist Jeanne Joffe and local singer Mrs Louis Packar. Mrs. Martin Goldberg is mem.bership chairman of the Shaloma Group. Mrs Nat Waldman is incoming presided.. Wins Trip To Iaraol BROOKLYN, New York — Mrs. Ann Schlessinger, of this city, has been presented with a round trip to Israel following her purchase here of an OK Scrip Certificate which she sent to relatives in the Jewish State last Passover. 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|liB\wiisltUEIliDipidliiaHn IMIAMI FLORIDA • FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1953 SEC. B riter Sees Meed for Eisenhower To Clarify Stand on Main Issues By GRACE JAN WADMAN JMWI •MatmU* Aeeney I WASHINGTON-President ElsLowers professed opposition to Lrimination against minorities K brought no concrete results, cording to the record of the new Iministration's promises and per.rmance at the end of this fir* tssion of Congress. | Some generaliues on civil rights recently rephrased by Eisenoer in a letter to Representative lm Clayton Powell (D-NY). El* nhower wrote: "I shall continue to levote my earnest efforts to advance both the spirit as well as the Lt of equality." The President explained his reluctance to act by Mating: "As you are so well aware, Siis problem cannot be solved fcholly with either laws or directives. The spirit of these objectives fannot be achieved as a result of ihe action of any one person no jiatter with how much authority fnd forthrightness he acts." Eisenhower asserts that discrimjiation, segregation and prejudice tre morally wrong, although he is Apparently reluctant to using his Executive powers to combat these fcvils. No hearings have been held, pnd only one step taken in the ployment Practices Commission in the Federal Government and fcone in industry on a national scale, which would make racial and eligious discrimination in employment unlawful. Apparently Eisenhower believes that this matter tails in the category of objectives kvhose spirit "cannot be achieved las a result of the action, oi any one (person." Representative Powell said that %  Eisenhower issued orders against %  racial discrimination in the armed [services and that the Navy had [acted in "absolute defiance" of [them. The orders were neglected [because they were never enforced. | Also, in a letter to Powell, Eisen[hower wrote that in the spirit as [well as ihe fact of equality "we [have not taken, and we shall not take a single backward step." But I many steps backward have been taken from the civil rights perIformances of Presidents Roosevelt 1 and Truman. Truman stood by his 10-point civil rights program by banning discrimination in Federal employment. An officer was appointed in each of the Federal agencies to carry through the order. Presidents Roosevelt and Truman set up a commission to guard against discrimination In firms performing Government contract work. Democratic Administration efforts to create a general Fair Employment Practices Commission for all private industry and business stirred storms in Congress and were defeated by conservative Southerners and others ready to filibuster if necessary. Eisenhower was accurate in stating that the problem of discrimination "cannot be solved wholly with either laws or directives." The laws in themselves are not a cure-all. An administration which is sympathetic to civil rights also promotes equality In other ways than by executive and legislative action. Such an administration creates a climate where Individuals are moved to act In removing religious and racial barriers. Many private businessmen went along with the procivil rights trends in previous ad, ministrations by removing segregation barriers without being forced to do so. Conversely, by not I actively Implementing civil rights [action, the President helps create an anti-civil rights atmosphere. To date the President has taken one specific action to enforce the Fair Employment Board in the Federal Service which prevents discrimination in its employment practices. Eisenhower couldact-on his professed beliefs by strengthening the Government Contract Compliance Committee which -polices the non-discrimination clause In Federal contracts. He could appoint to Federal positions only those who will faithfully administer the laws In a non-discriminatory manner. These are major matters which can be settled by the President without the help of Congress. Pressured by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Elsenhower followed through on his promise to end segregation in schools on military posts. In September, all such schools run by the Federal authorities will be integrated. However, there are 21 schools which are jointly run by local authorities and the Government. In these cases, segregation is upheld by local officials opposed to equality and by some Federal officials. Congress under Republican leadership is in "dead center" regarding civil rights legislation. It was predicted by Phineas Indritz, an Interior Department attorney who specializes in civil rights, that Congress will not move one way or another in the near future. An abortive attempt was made last January by a group of bipartisan Senators to eliminate the filibuster as a weapon for stalling civil rights bills. The motion was tabled by Senate Majority Leader Robert A. Taft. Unless Republican leadership can use persuasive powers that have not been revealed in the past, there are not enough votes to halt and filibuster and promote civil rights legislation. For although there are 74 Senate votes Which should be for civil rights, ftnly a total of 59 can be safely counted on, it Is estimated by the NAACP. Judging the bank balance of the average Israeli is a cinch on the first puff at the cigarette he has offered you. With a price range to suit every pocket the Israel tobacco industry last year gained self-sufficiency and a sizeable surplus far exports. Here are new immigrants taking special care in the sorting of the leaves which is done by hand. The new State's search for world markets may soon be partially filled by a high quality, low priced Israel cigarette competing with other well known brands. Sinai Members To Be Honored Thirty-two new members of Temple Sinai, Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, will be honored on Friday when Sabbath Services will be dedicated to them by Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader. Rabbi Shapiro has chosen as his sermon topic. The Real Purpose Of A Modern Temple, and has prepared a special ceremony in honor of the new members who joined the Temple since he came to Hollywood. To be honored are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bronfield, Mr. and Mrs. David Cogan, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cohn, Mr. Al Feibus, Mrs. Arlene Gossett, Mr. and Mrs. Herman M. Goldschmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hutt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs, Mr. Jerry Karr, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Millstone, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Ory, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Padow, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rachman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reiner, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sternshein, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Steyer, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Thai, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kahn. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Herman, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Simon. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert H. OfI seuer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaye. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Saver, Dr. and %  Mrs. H. Permsley, Mr. and Mrs. i Samuel Tunick and Mr. and Mrs. I Ben Marks. Pprptz Sehooia Registration Both Y. L. PereU Yiddish schools have opened registration this week for the seventh school year at 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, and 1545 SW 3rd Street, Miami, according to Joseph Duntov, secretary of the School Board. This year, beginning with the 2nd grade, the PereU schools will institute the teaching of Hebrew. They will also continue the high J school classes, where literature and modern Jewish history are ••ught and forums and discussions ate conducted. The Y. L. PereU schools also 'ist extra-curricular activities. such as trips to libraries and art "titbits and sight-seeing and picnics. They are the only secular schools in Greater Miami where Jewish children can obtain a lib-, al Jewish education In the Yid-1, ,5h language and the only ones | affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish Education, according to Louts """"i Principal of both schools. Rabbi Boris Rackovsky h New Spiritual leader Oi Monticello Congregation Jules Klion, president of the Monticello Park Jewish Center, announced this week the official appointment of Rabbi Boris A. Rackovsky as spiritual leader. Rabbi Raekovsky is a graduate of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanon Theological Seminary of New York City. He also holds the degree of Bachelor of Arts from Yeshlva College and is a candidate for the degree of Master of Arts In Semitics at Columbia University. The Rabbi is the son of Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky. His father is spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Tfllah, Miami Beach. While in Miami, the younger Rabbi Rackovsky attended Miami Beach Senior High School. 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PAGE 2 A + kmi*t nrr*Mr>r FRIDAY, AUGUST Soviet Delegates At Israel Embassy Fete NEW YORK JTA For the :::ne since the r*?urr.pUOB of IHMJ. memof the Soviet delegation to Mai ell as other d<. % %  -*hind :be Inn: Curtain last eek at td a party tendered here by Israel assador Abba Eban • Rafael se=ber of the \ nbc --%  : ><:.-* x-* a UM ". • Andrei • ::f^: U Ml %  • • --• i of S %  > ..-:--.---%  -.%  >r.t**. 5 %  -..%  -.-_-S %  %  : —r:\ entries %  Nortk Skore Sisterhood Slates lorn Kippur Donee Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center b holding its weekly chai card games at the Delmonico Hotel every Tuesday afternoon. U 30 p.m. Mrs. Fay Rosenthal is %  charge. u::h Mrs Bsfkaf Alperui acting as co-chairman. The Sisterhood is ate planning on annual Yoa Kippur night dance on Saturday September ldth. 830 p.m at the Center Proceeds School Building Fund In charge \iien Act. Made Head Coach -eceived here | : MM I Greater Stiami Jewish Community Center r has been signed _-.as a nor ; "''ad coach minor league %  Toronto The 240as the recipient [Mate -cholar-je 12 >ears ago and I the V Player Award Office Opens In Miami -Ti-.-bar.a it Av. at 100 Biscayne •-: Bnt to be open*ana in the 1'nRed --\\:\rtft cat the r.bbon last tauguraung the cosnpan> S ECS here Several hundred %  •.ended the cereoxr Holt/ Days To lit' Stmdied • -.i. Mrs. N'Hdtbm To Preside Eh ansr Rooseveh Chapter M .-sen will bold : rs meeuci ci the new year r--nj >eptember %  -:.•:-. %  %  : Vr? FJ.. Needelman will preade %  i •-• ... %  ----~ %  '-" %  %  %  %  Beth Jacob Vaad Speakers Bureau Announced Here The Beth Jacob Miami Beach Vaad Hakashruth ha announced the availability of a Speakers Bureau for the presenting of kashruth matters before ail interested organisations Announcement of the bureau came immediately prior to the approach o! the High Holidays, a period during which the Vaad urged consecration to kashruth observance in private and public life." According to the announcement. the Beth Jacob Vaad handles thousand of requests for kashruth in formation each year. Spokesmen fur the organization indicated here that listings of all the meat and poultry markets under its supervision are available at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. The Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth is currently entering upon its '.5th year of activity Now reported under its active supervision are 21 butcher shops, four poultry markets on Miami Beach and four poultry markets in the city of Miami. Dr Meyer J. Safra is chairman of the Vaad Rabbi Moses Meschel ff spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Jacob and the organization's executive director, urged Greater Miami Jewry in its announcement to look for the Vaad poster in butcher shops and the metal leg ring with the BJC insignia on kosher poultry' These are guarantees of constant kashruth supervision and endorsehe said Foehrenwald DP's Raid Joint Quarters; Seek To Avert Forcible Deportation -. • — About 200 :' r % %  %  : str.batioa *" from %  ; •tuch they cause they :--cte-i i .... r .-• ORKIN un • tOAoes • ma • SUB Three Pol: who had come to G* ma Monhanks to the intervention of Eations in Bonn and h the deportat:oan *< re haltrerior. %  H %  eener. who is Pro >rlaenders superior, has •h DP ui!i b %  Bavaria until connive been held with the highest German authorities in Ban The v:-.es of about 40 Jews who r*en arrested for illegal entry to West Germany have appealed to the Jewish community here to secure the release of their ha tba n ds mast of whom have returned from Israel to Germany in the hope of proceeding from here to overseas countries. The Bavarian authorities are now faftenng a stricter policy with regard to Jewish "infiltreeswho eater Germany to stay m the Jewish DP caanp at Foehrenwald until they are able to go on to other enontnes toe permanent settleJewish r efugees arrested entry.'" are BOW being to several weeks unCHICKEN SOUPS ^QQVATT flmrM s+ishm.. I m IT TIE / .wnwa**rtL lAlfti I' lift .4 I Xt1^ M f £ SaBDTOBS %  L i nco ln Rood M en a nine — Pfcona S-S4H Entrance oo Washington Avo. OCULISTS Preeczipeiaos FUied Lea*o and Frames Duplicated ka^Selecuoom Strte Hebrew School Meeting II M Drewich. president of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, announces a Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday evening. September 1st. at 8:30 p.m. Joint Harrest Dane* Tao and Tri Beta Councils will present a harvest dance on September 1st. at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, 450 SW 16th Avenue Mayor Shapiro To Speak Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro will be guest speaker on Jacob Schachter's Variety Hour Sunday. 12 noon, over station WMBM. Mayor Shapiro will present New Year greetings. Schachter also announced this week that he will begin a new feature. Yiddish Swing, featuring Jan Bart and the Barrie Sisters. %  To Mark Jerusale m 8 '300th Anniversary NEW YORK The 3.000* niversary of Jerusalem Tu celebrated by the Jewish Z mtyofNewYorkonTueZr, tober 20th. a, Madison SgS den. Announcement of th e -Ti bration was made this week meeting of 250 religious. buill and organizational |if e uT* here who organized a Corns* of Three Thousand for th millennial tribute to Jerusalem The meeting was held unfc r | auspices of the State -.( isr ael Organization which is s the celebration. Dr. Israel Goldstein. sp j leader of Temple Bnai Jes) was named chairman of the mittee of Three Thousand. „ ctated with him will be leaden the Orthodox. Conservative | Reform branches of Judaism. Stenrhood Op— Stason Cte.^ Sh.l Em. M Maatk] *"*—* *^ A special meeting ol the Si Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew I hood Chesed Shel Emess has I School and Congregation will hold called for Monday. August its lirst meeting ol the season on 1 1:30 p.m.. at the Greater 1 Tuesday. September 1st. it has Jewish Community Center, 450 S been announced by Mrs William 10th Avenue. Mrs Israel Wemtraub. president. berg will preside. 0 NEW YORK TO ISRAEL ZIM-ISRAEL NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD. twin sKmststums UKUUI Btuuwrrtatn.. sx. tiauiaatt. its. ntniw CASABLANCA PLAYERS PRESENT tlfl 1 ?J "ICSIMATIOHS •Xil^&l I MOU HARTS BROADWAY HIT Tat !•*'• A labulows CQHudy of Show BsiiatM *^* W "Li^tl ftOHSSIOMAL COMPANY MMCTID IT SAM HIISCH A^fc a*^^^h ^aw^B^^^bw ft^ktfM f||i T DINNER THEATRE SPECIAL *S.95 (") 1. 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The Jewish FTlfcMl To T |„. .1,-wlsK MllllH other night, I was watchL All-Star Detroit football .'During the game, Vito Pa> Iformer University of Ken1 quarterback, was-presented beautiful trophy, a token (bievement and success, a of distinction and a refwcll earned. same night. I heard a least over the radio, with .jjale news of the carthlon the Ionian Islands. The Ljter stated the sad condijlhe situation and the plight [islanders, and he said: 'The If England. Israel and France knding by." [word "Israel" was my troLy medal of distinction, be[as a Zionist, and in my Imall way. I helped bring Jthe being of a new democ11 helped the realization of i and hopes of a wandering [homeless folk who were ins for 2.000 years of a %  of their own. [family and I are Americans Vish descent. My sons and I the armed forces in two [and we shall always come td, should. God forbid, there %  a need of a matter of deI, the fact that a people, pally of my own faith, also [a home, makes me enjoy my %  ly. my homeland, to a de[which I did not experience the inception of the State rael. I know how the AmericanIfelt when Ireland became inIdent. Who would have ht that a handful of hungry, I. homeless, concentrationkick in body and heart and Hunale di-uinants would fight Et terrific odds and-prove to ptire world that the.blood of like Solomon and David is flowing in the veins of the |i people. Zionist Organization of k'ica. which advocated and supthe idea of the return of andering Jews to their Home| was not asleep. We Zionists, I of the Democratic countries, kd in our small and limited |to help the movement by admoney, manpower and enfcgement. The State of Israel See or Phono Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-MS1 .IFE INSURANCE NEED* Metropolitan Life) In*. Co. •07 Blicayne B-ldg. W. Fllglir St. THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi [Jewish I oruin On Th* Air* EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:00 ajn. >on: WMIE (1140 oa dial) W'tt Various Features *' The Editor has bestowed upon me, as a Zionist, two decorations which I wear with great pride. The decorations are Prestige and Dignity, and I am certain that the other hundreds of thousands of members of the ZOA, all over the world, are wearing these decorations with pride. Like any other young democracy, for example, our own United States of America, the sailing was not easy for the first decade or two. In its infancy, the State of Israel must be helped along in every way, economically, physically, financially and even morally. The task of the Zionist Organization of America conceived the idea of a State and home for the oppressed Jews, and the job must be finished. The strength of the organization lies in membership. It is the Duty of every American citizen of Jewish faith to join the organization. The larger the membership, the sooner the task will be accomplished. With the approach of the Jewish New Year, I urge Jewish Americans to join the organization so we can finish the job. The State of Israel is the only democratic post in the Middle East. It is vital to our democracy to support the State of Israel which is surrounded by hostile nations. As the President of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District, I want to thank all those who are members and all those who will join our forces for the benefit of mankind. I wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Let us pray for Peace on Earth and Goodwill to All Men. Fred Jonas Editor, The Jewish Floridian: Thank you very much for having inserted an item in your paper stating that our son, Moses, passed the recent CPA examinations and is now a full-fledged certified public accountant. I should like your readers to know that Moses Grundwerg is a graduate of the Talmudic Academy of Yeshiva University and a student of its college. Moe has been attending Day Schools and Yeshivas since early childhood until he entered the University of Miami, where he majored in Accountancy. He is now in his senior year in the University Law School. It is my purpose in bringing these facts to the attention of our many fearful and super-sensitive American Jews who feel that an early intensive Academy training or Yeshiva education is injurious to a normal cultural and social adjustment. Our son and his brother, Saul, who is also a Law Student at the University of Miami, and the thousands of Yeshiva graduates who are now successfully engaged in the various professions, are proof enough that a good Jew is compatible with good Americanism. Local modern parents concerned with the future happiness of their children should seriously consider the early schooling of their children. An early Academy education will go a long way toward reinforcing their youngsters with some of the traditional Jewish "stiffneckedness" and Jewish pride which is characteristic of Academy graduates. Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg PAGE 5 B Orkin Expands III Two States tto Orkin, founder and preelof the Orkin Exterminating Company, recently announced that the company had expanded into two previously uncovered states, Colorado and Nebraska. The Orkin Exterminating Company, which today is one of the largest pest control organizations in the world, grew from a small black satchel which its founder carried as a boy of 14, when he sold rat poison from door to door in Easton, Pennsylvania. Today, Orkin operates in 24 states, the District of Columbia and Cuba, serving over 2,000 communities, with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Orkin has more than 70,000 contracts for monthly pest control inspections. Among the larger accounts are shipping lines, grain elevators, railroads, chain stores and textile mills, and even includes an atomic energy plant. Located in the thick of the "termite belt," Orkin's chief means of controlling this pest, which does $50,000,000 damage annually, is to insulate the wood of a building from the soil or by poisoning the the soil around the house with sodium arsenate. Since termites ^ Of(o Orklm live underground they are the most difficult pests to control. Unless they swarm, in which case people are likely to mistake them for flying ants and ignore the danger, they can move into a building and do untold damage, undetected. The preventive measure for termite control is to poison the soil before building. ORGANIZATIONS WISHING TO EXTEND GREETINGS IN THE ORGANIZATIONAL SECTION OF THE ROSH HASH0NAH EDITION OF THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN mejst hove their easy in our office not later than September 1 it to be included in this special sectiaa. 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pmAY. AUGU ST 28, 1953_ fJewlstftcridHati PAGE 5 A BtnJtr JWV Delegation fo Attend Encampment commander Bill Bender, of the Department of Florida Jewish War Kterans of the United States of Lnerka, will head a large delega[jo n attending L 58th National Ineampment of %  he JWV in Chilago on Septeme r 2nd through llh The national Lthermg is Lheduled for the Iherman Hotel. hcluded in the bcal delegation [,-,Mavor HarI Shapiro of Miami Beach, Comhander of Miami Beach Post No. J30 Louis Phillips, National Executive Committeeman from the fourth Region; Oscar Rappaport, lommander of Miami Post No. 174; laptain Lester C. Soldz, Miami leach Post No. 330; Harry Cohen. „ Yorker Hotel, Miami Beach to t No. 330; Abe Garod. Coral lables Post No. 243; and William Hoffheims, Broward County IHI No. t>13. %  Heading the National ConstituI and By laws committee will Louis Phillips, of Miami, who j on the committee with Bender. I While in Chicago. Commander (, %  lerwill present to Don McNeil. the Breakfast Club, a commenLi .ii for his work in helping to L-t the morale of hospitalized Irvieemen The presentation will • made over the American Broad Ltinu System on Wednesday, fcptemlx r 2nd, I-ocal outlet is stabnWQAM SERVICES AT ZAMORA : 1 Anti-Defamation League chairmen of B'nai B'rith Districts No. 5 and 7 meet in Atlanta to program activities for the year ahead. Extensive plans to employ the manpower of the more than 200 B'nai B'rith Lodges in the South in projects designed to better human relations were outlined during an intensive two-defy session. Picture above (left to right, seated) are George Fagin, Oklahoma City, and George J. Talianoff. Miami. Standing are Alfred E. Smith, Charlotte, Alexander F. Miller, ADL Southern director, and Arthur I. Levin, director of ADL, Atlanta Regional Office. RABBI MAX LANDMAN who will officiate at Hie High Holy Days Services at the light and airy Coral Gables Coliseum. Reservations far tickets for Hie High Holy Days are now being taken at Zamora Temple, phone 83-4279. CANTOR DAVID BAGLtY well-known Southland Cantor, will assist Rabbi Landman, Zamora Center spiritual leader, conduct conservative services in a modern traditional manner and lead a choir of outstanding voices. B'nai B'rith Women Hold Tag Day Here fhilip Brummer New Beach Center Cantor amucl Friedland, president of e Miami Beach Jewish Center, flounced this week that Cantor ilsp 11 Brummer as assumed the U of (enter Cantor and will ke his official debut wjth the lilting of the services on Seli01 ninhi. September 5th. Cantor Brummer received his msical training in both the Vienand Prague Conservatories of usic. While still in his teens, he iieiatod for the Southport Heew Congregation in Southport, gland, and afterwards, the ighton Hebrew Congregation in Ehton. England. After his arrival in America, iMor Brummer held posts in Chiand Washington, DC. In adion to his synagogue duties, he %  heard frequently in radio conIs. His television work includes appearance as the first cantor sing for the United States easury Department in connecn with a bond drive. He will chant all services and pcrvise the musical program of e Religious School and all affilgroups of the Miami Beach wish Center. the Tag Day. B'nai B'rith Women's Council of I bers of B'nai i South Florida held a Tag Day for jzationi here Greek and Korean Relief all day Friday, August 21st. According to co-chairmen Ida Optner and Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, the drive was citywide and also included Hollywood. Miami headquarters were at the Miami Colonial Hotel. The Delano Hotel was headquarters for Miami Beach. Some 200 women solicited in the streets for funds to be sent to South Korea and for victims of the recent disaster in Greece. MemB'rith Youth organalso participated in The Services will be further enhanced at Zamora by the choral singing of a highly trained groop of IS voices. &f &f M l I M v v (. Homostead Center To Mark Holiday For the first time in the history of Homestead, High Holy Day services will be held in the city's own Jewish Center. Herman Marks, president, announced that services will be held on September 10th and 11th, to i observe Rosh Hashonah. Yom Kippur-services will be j held September 17th evening and all day. Friday. September 18th. After services, a supper will be served to break the fast. In charge of information are William Raskin and Sol Neuman. Homestead Jewish Center Sunday School classes will be resumed for the New Year, according to Mrs. Ethel Levine. & ., ZAMORA JEWISH i;\ i %  ; 44 Zamora Ave. CORAL GABLES FLORIDA >£ 0. m*. ^>> t No. 2. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. I. Cook. TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE > cordially invite you to join with us in the HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES ROSH HASHONAH YOM KIPPUR in the airy, comfortable CORAL GABLES COLISEUM RABBI MAX M. LANDMAN Cantor David Bagley and Choir for Reservations and Information: Phone 83-4279, day or evening TV REPAIRS mm OIATI TELEVISION SERVICE MIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS S3 for Call Phono CITY-WIDE TV M-lMf Joseph Cherner, recently honored in New York by the Albert Itinstein College of Medicine on the eve of his departure for Itsrael, is presented with a letter from the College to Prime C~5i David Ben-Gurion advising him that Israel medical Indents would be welcome at the College. Left to right are l^amuel Hausman; Max J. Etra, vice chairman of Yeshiva Uniersi, y's Board; Mr. Cherner; and George Alpert, Brandeis I mvei8i, y leader who is serving as honorary campaign chairiman for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 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%  jpiv AUGUST 28, 1953 km**nnrHtw PAGE 11 A Jofiiscfiewrtz Historic M Under Mode Available I ,„., off the press and available XL of charge when requests are Cmpanied by a Manischewitz Cop jar cap or label, the new Etochewitt Wall Calendar for 153-1954 commemorates the nisIric 3 0001h anniversary of the Ending of Israel's ancient cap,1 with a striking full-color reLiudion of The Spirit of Jerul|cm a painting by the famous L|-h artist Ezekiel Schloss. [Beautifully printed to retain all L detail and glowing color of V /*• if MANIKMSWUl MAtlO fOOlK'> Monischewiti Caltmdat original painting, the Manisbwitz Wall Calendar contains Iny other features that have Let it popular as a handy source I year round information, among km the convenient "week-at-aLi.it arrangement that provides [pie room for personal memos notations, the correct times ihtlng of Sabbath and holicandlev a complete listing of ush and national holidays and Hebrew dates corresponding [the English days of the year. free copy of the calendar may I obtained by writing to Maniskwitz. Box 288, Jersey City, New key, enclosing name and adftogether with one boxtop, cap or label from any product [the B Manischewitz Company, zo bakers and producers of ler foods. —S.T. nq-A-Member Party I New-Member Party of North shore Chapter of B'nai |ith was held on Monday at the Mrs, Abraham Birnbaum. p Alamanda Drive, Keystone pit. In charge of reservations Elinor Baltuch. rwcHtt WMBB" nursery school emaciated with pith Community Center must have tery school training. t Hollywood 2-2171 aftor 5 p.m. V nan naetf BREW NEW YEARS CARDS PRINTED PARNESS PRESS S.W. 17th Ava. Ph. 9-niS All Kinds of Printing YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE of Miami Beach 4001 CHASE AVENUE SOLOMON LOBEL, President AMNOUMCIS BEAUTIFUL AND IMPRESSIVE ORTHODOX NIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES WILl BE HELD IN OUR AIR CONDITIONED SYNAGOGUE Cantor Isidore lessler Well-known from Coast t.-Coast (or hit otmtandini real Orthodox NISUCH HOTFILAH will officiate for the entire Holiday Services. We therefore urge all who or* seeking the enjoyment of traditional Orthodox cantorial melodies to seenre their seats as early as possible Seating Capacity limited. Rasarvafiaas May Be Made Daily from: 7:30 ta 9 cm. 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ryiY, AUGUST 28, 1953 *JenistncriaHaf7 Hoters Raid wish Quarters IrARIS iJTA) — An attempted Ld by a column of Arab nationL; on the Jewish quarter in ibal .Morocco, was successfully Edttd by French police, the Parradio said Monday. The anlunccnieiit added that police had kmrsrd the crowd without cas•l" 6 ... J Heavily armed police stood lar.l outside a synagogue in Cuja, Eastern Morocco, while funeral \i Ces were held for four Jews including an 11-year-old girl — ed in rioting last week, it was cried here. A Jewish-owned armacy was burned down. Ouja, jc h is located near Algeria, was •cenc of a pogrom in 1948, |en the Jewish quarter was devalued by a mob. Five Jews were ,| arid 30 injured at that time. ihouh the new pro-French Itan of Morocco is reported to (friendly towards the country's p.000 Jewish citizens, apprehenjs still felt here over the pos|]it] thai the deposed nationalist jt;m mi-ilit suddenly return and I, power again. It is generally Lied that if the new Sultan jiains in power, the Arab attilowarda the Jews here might t several yean, the Joint Dish'ion Committee has been coniive child-care and Meal aid programi in behalf of [f 75,000 destitute Jews in Mortbe vast majority of them ren. irton's Has Rosh ishonah Package p igain, Barton's Bonbonre ha> turned to time-honored |day customs, ceremonies and i ] athe inspiration for its Hashmidh packaging, ne of the most unusual and iing of these gifts is a round I box fittingly called the Rosh nub., created by the noted kter and silver designer Hya pr. and the second in a series liginal holiday paintings comioned by Barton's Bonbonfce colored cover of the Rosh pooah depicts in Schor's defolk style four traditional nonies of the Holy Day Sea|— the sounding of the Sho[the Tashlich service, the SimTorah service and the cusI of eatinc in the gaily decoratukkah ton'traditional paper-boxed Year Assortment has also given the Hya Schor treatI this year. The wedgewood box shows in almost threetnsional detail a handwrought %  crown and other Torah orients kh Barton Hebrew New Year I contains an illustrated sixteen booklet describing the High Mays, us laws, customs and -tories. items are available at any "* Barton Continental chocofchops „r may be ordered *>gn the firm's Mail Order De"". 80 DeKalb Avenue, y. 1, New York. PAGE 9A Miss Patricia Powell, senior registered nurse on the Seaboard Air Line Railroad streamliner fleet, is shown arriving in New York on the Silver Meteor at the end ol her 770th round trip between there and the East and West coasts of Florida — with a record of 2,000,000 miles of rail travel in more than 12 years on the Seaboard's streamliners. She has been in this particular type of railroad work longer than any other registered nurse in the nation. She was met and congratulated by James R. Getty, of Norfolk, Virginia, general passenger traffic manager of the Seaboard, and other officials of the line. Agudath Israel Vaad To Supervise Meat Markets Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, executive director of the Agudath Israel Vaad Hakashruth, this week announced that starting September 1st, supervision of kosher meat products will be under the authorization of the organization in the North Beach area. New butcher establishments and poultry markets going under the supervision of the Vaad are Sol Weiss, North Shore Kosher Market, 7446 Collins Avenue; Royal Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, Incorporated, 9454 Harding Avenue, Surfside; David Whitman's Kosher Food Center, 79th Street Causeway, Treasure Island; and the poultry market of Berman Brothers, 87 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Kosher establishments already under the Vaad include David Lapof's Kosher Market, 1112 Normandy Drive; Morris Friedland and David Yarling, Normandy Kosher Market, 1171 71st Street; and Julius and Arnold Kotick, Oceanside Kosher Market, 7451 Collins Avenue. The poultry markets are Guttman and Lapof, 325 Collins Avenue; Adler and Abrams-, 315 NW 5th Street; and Hyman Elgison, Fifth Street Poultry Market, 147 NW 5th Street. Obituaries ISAAC like) uui.u 61, who cum1MM1M Veal's ago from New York, died August latti .it but home, (16 Hth 81 .Miami Bi ai b ii,.i ., retired dress manufacture! .\li. Uoid vi.i. .,. tivi In Miami Beai h HUM Lodge No, I to I ami was chairman of Its auditing committee, tie "•alao .< member of the Masonic Lode* Survivors Include Ma wife, Ray, "f Miami beacn; %  eon, Elliott, oi New York; two daughters, Mrs Hurley Kohn, ol 81 Louis, and Paulstte, of Miami Beach; his mother, Mra, Morris Gold, a brother anil a sister, all of New Y..rk. Services were held the following day in the Miami Beach Btks Lodge with the Riverside Miami Chapel m charge, Burial foiloweu In New York. SAMUEL KATZ "i9. New Jersey corrugated box manufacturer who hail lor many years maintained a winter residence at Miami Beach, di.d August isth of a heart ailment at hl summer home In l*ort Chester, NY. He WHM a member ol the Westvlew Country Club, Survivors Include his wife, Lee: two BOOS, Arthur and William, and a datighter, Mrs. Phyllis Greenberg, all of Port Chester. Services weie heiu last rrlday In New York. North Shore Jamborae North Shore Chapter and Lodge of B'nai B'rith is sponsoring a gala game jamboree at the Monte Carlo Hotel on August 30th, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Sol Schwartz and Tobias Simon are handling reservations. I 'q's In.l* David Mon 8 Club part" ci Pat i n a gala eveWucts f v' nment Refreshme "" were served using the M ol th u nna ^^age Company. Nat Liss was chaire aiiaa wnich took place on August 21st THEODORE ROSE SS. of 1245 NW _'>T i, st., .. furniture \MII. house manager, died August 20th. He i-aine here from New York eight yearM ago. A son, Sidney, survives him. Services ami burial took place In New York. Miami Riverside Funeral Home was In charge of local arrangements. Book Includes Rabbi Mescheloff Sermons Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach, analyzes the basic weakness of the welfare state and points ; tions for rebuild[ to the foundal ing humanity in one of the sermons appearing in the Manual of Holiday and Sabbath Sermons of 1953. This latest j book of sermons, I whose annual 1 publication was I begun by the Rabbinical Council I of America in 1942, is a collection of the best sermons of the year I preached by members of the lar| gest Rabbinical organization in I America. Three sermons were contributed to the present edition by Rabbi | Mescheloff. In Two Generations, the Rabbi states, "Ours is a new generation which paints the future of mankind only in colors of material well being. It idolizes scientific discovery, materialistic advance and international power. It plans the super city where material economy will guarantee security and plenty. "This is a generation which will meet with the crash of its cities and the dispersion of its citizen | ries unless it can learn to accept I the tools of true religion, and with them build a society on earth whose tower will be faith and whose symbol will be God." According to Rabbi Mescheloff. the welfare state "measures all values in terms of usefulness to the state and its security." This j makes for a policy of ruthlessness i and dehumanization of the indii vidual. In his sermon, Perfection. the Rabbi presents the thesis that perfection requires a constant adaptation and growth of spirit during man's life. His third sermon, I Am A Jew, is a challenge to American Jewry to make a positive contribution to American democracy and to the development of the Jewish faith here. Rabbi Mescheloff, a member of the National Executive of the Rabbinical Council of America and one of its National Advisory Board, is president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKIIKBY tyVKN that the underpinned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JOE I'KMLiltO ••THE hVAOHETTI AND PIZZA KING", at 6234 N.E. 2nd Avuiiue, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the <"iicuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CARMELA DUMURU KESSLEH ti QARfc Attorneys for Applicant I7S2 W, Kiagler St. 8/28 — 9/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage lit business under the fictitious name of KENNEDY PL'RNITL'HB CO.. at Mtl N.W. ",4th St.. .Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>nde I'ountv, Florida. DAVII> MAIKl.S MASON A, lol'KI: Attorneys for Applicant 129 N E. 1st St. X/2S — 9/4-I1-1X JACOB QU8KY Hi. of 5591 SW 7th St., died August 21st. He came here from New York a year and a half ago and Is survived by & son and four daughters. Services and burial were held in Near York, with Gordon t uncial Home In charge of local arrangements. MRS. ANNA LEVINC •69. of 1528 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, died Saturday. Mrs. Levlne moved here three and a half years ago from Chicago. She leaves her husband, .laciTi, and a brother, Herman Pure], of Chicago. Services were held Tuesday in Riverside Funeral Home, Miami Ueach Hurlal followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. SYDNEY C. LYONS 67, a leader In the North Shore Jewish Centers building program, died late Monday of u heart ailment. He had been ill about three weeks. Mr Lyons, who lived at 734", llyron Ave., Miami lleach came here 11 years ago from Newark. N.J where he was In the wholesale food business. Ap!*.mtcd treasurer of the Jewish Cent, r ami chairman of Its financial committee. Mr Lyons was Instrumental In the 176,000 bond Issue which financed tin enter's new synagogue and school at CM 7'ith St. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz i .tiled him the "sparkplug" of the eniire program. Services were hehl Wednesday at the Center, with Cabin Abramowitx and Cantor Edward Klein officiating llurl.il followed in Mt Sinai Cemetery. Hlverslde Miami Dsaoh Memorial cha|l was In charge Oall survivor Is his wife, Mrs. Laura Lyons. MRS. JANE QLAZER BLOOM r.X. of Ml &W llth St died Tuesday. She came here M\ year! ago from New Tort Surviving] are her husband. Samuel; four slaters, including Mrs. Anna Crant. of Miami Heach, ami a brother Services and burial HIMbald In iiidweii. N.J Gordon's Miami Funeral Hume eras In charge of local arrangements. Chicago Club Meets The Chicago Club of Greater Miami will meet on Sunday evening, August 30th, 8 p.m., at the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium. Samuel A. Hoffman, honorary president and a founder of the organization, will discuss his book. My Brother's Keeper. LEGAL NOTICE DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP BY CONTINUING PARTNERS AND NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW The partnership of Sam Mullen. Harry Mullen, and Max Mullen, doing business as Sam Mullen Co. dint Inc.), MM S W. 8th Street, Miami. Florida, has been dissolved by mutual cmi.-ent on August M, 1953. Sam Mullen has retired from the said partnership. BaiTV Mullen and Max M.ill.n will is-mtlnue the said business under the same name at the same address und int. ml to register the mild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. I'aile County, Florida SAM MAI.l.NN HAItltV MA1.1.KN MAX MALLKN H/JS — 9'4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KAfl'YS, at I4K.'. Collins Av-nue, Miami B sa ch Klorida. Intends to register -mil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>Hile Countv. Florida. KAPKAUP INC sjkHinuel Kaplan, l'res. |/M — 9,'4-ll-lH MRS. SARAH CHAYES $T, of t"4 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, died TueadJL) Sinrams b.-r,inn.\...us ago from New York. Surviving Is her husband, LmilJ. I'h.n %  at Services and burial were held In New York K.vr-l.le Miami Beach Funeral ll owe was In charge of local arrangements. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NUTICF. IS IIKKFBY CIVKN that the undersigned, nesiring to engugv In business uiWer ta fictitious num. of I l.i • It 1 1> A IVKA niKR-KIt MT PRODUCTS CO.", at 7301 N %  Miami Court. Miami, Florida. Intend to register said n.iim with the Clerk Of the 1'lreult Coui l of Dade Countv, Florida. I. AHRAMS I I'HILLII'S EDWARD S RESN1CK Attorney for 1 Phillips and I. Abrams K/M — /4-ll-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 162144 ROSY LIN c BOLIN, Plaintiff, vs. DAYTON C BOUM, .lit., i defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti i DAYTl >N C, liol.l.N, JK., I'-''"• West lOInd Stre.-t NOW York. .\ Y i .. Chei Ink v.. i, l 'a-, ion >'. Bolln, Jr.. ui • li-nby notified that u lilll of Complaint ft r Dlvoros bus L, ,-n filed against you, und you ar* roq d to serve ..i cop) of your Answer or Pleading to the BIN of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN EKHEN, Rsq s.':; Sej | is.id Bulldina;, Miami. Florida, an l file thi nsvv ,i i ii l 'leading ly the office of the Clerk of the ClrI cull Court "ii or before the 28th i of Beptembei. ::•".;: if you fall to 6 %  si., ludgnaeni by default aHII be taken agalnsl you for the relief demai in the Bill of Complain! This notice shall be published onoa leach week for f'Hii con si itlve weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Mi inc. PI la, this Mth daj Of August. AJ>. I : i: B. LBATHRRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida B) M C. GREEN, I (Circuit curt g i M putv Cleric BEN ESSEN 121 SeybobJ Bids;., Miami, l imida S'28 — 9/4-11-is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 162150 | HAY I.A ROCCA, Plaintiff vs. LOUIS LA ROCCA, I'ef.-ndant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO I."CIS I.A ROCCA 1014 Mathewi Ave. l!n,nx, N,-vv York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Dlvoros has been filed ;igainst you In the above styled cause and you are required to serv%  copy of your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In anil for l>ade County. Florida, on or before the 24th day of September, IMS. If you fall to do so. judgment by defualt will be taken against you for the relief demanded, in the Hill of Complaint. Dated at Miami, I htde County. Florida this Mth day of August. 19>3. E H I.EATHEHMAN. Clerk of circuit Court By: M. C. GREEN. I>eputv Clerk (CIRCFIT itH'ItT SEAL) MANUEL I.CHEI. Attorney for Plaintiff S23 W. Plugler St.. Miami. Florida. S/M — S/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Ne. 162062 ELLA Rl'IIIN EDOEWORTH. Plaintiff. RICHARD fta EDOEWORTH. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RICHARD U EDGEWORTH You. RICHARD L EDGEWORTH. address unknown, are hereby notified that a Bill of Comnlaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of vour* \nswer or Pleading to the Bill of Cnmolalnt on the nlaintiffs Attorneys, KKSs'l.KH a OARS, IT2 West Flagb-r Street Mlumi. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 24th day of Septemtier, ls.',3. If you 'ail to do so. Judgment hv default will lie taken against vou for the relief demanded, In the Bill of C nlslnt. DONE vvti (IKHEREP ut Miami. F"r|da. this 20th day of August. AD. MM IIK I RATHFRMAN, Clerk, 4'ircult Court. Dade CountFi.o-ida IW M C GREEN (Clro.lt C.iiirt Seal) Iieputy clerk H'll -t's i ill NOTICE IINh8 FICTITIOUS NAMF LAW NOTICE IS HERSiBY GIVEN thnt the undersigned, deslrlne to efegage In tuislness under the fictitious name of licit. iiiNG st 9lili\i • l-l.-'i-lu in'ei'U to register said name with the Clerk o' t> Circuit Court of lad. County. Florida. JWVNIB MINTZ "ITVPR A I'l'TXI -• Olymuls P'dg., Miami 8/28 — 9/4-11-18 1



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iables Center Slichot Services Saturday, September 5tl% at "Jewlstfk>rSdHan PAGE SB p.m.,*abbiMorris A. Skop d Cantor Irving Robinson will officiate at J Slichot Midnight Lrvice which sets the theme for Khc approaching High Holy Days lo be ushered in on Wednesday, Iscptember 9th, 7:30 p.m.. at the ICoral Gables Jewish Center. I Rabbi Skop will interpret the historic poems of Penitence and lindicatc the significance of the lujeh Holy Day liturgy. Members lof the Sisterhood will serve a %  collation following the services. It was also announced this week the Center will hold the first IPeskoff To Attend Workmen's Circle leet In Savannah William Peskoff, secretary of Ithe Workmen's Circle Branch No. |692, Miami Beach, is leaving FriIday for Savannah, Georgia. PesIkoff was elected as delegate to lattend the 34th conference of the %  Southern District of Workmen's Icircle. After the conference which beIgins on August 29th and ends on [September 1st, Peskoff will go to |New York for a short visit with [National Workmen's Circle comImittee members. Leaving for Savannah with him [are Mr. and Mrs. H. Spivack, Mr. [and Mrs, J. Duntov, Mr. and Mrs. I] Cohen and Mrs. Katie Tischler. in a series of pre holiday gatherings on Sunday, August 30th, 8:30 p.m., when a special social program will be presented. The Coral Gables Jewish Center will bold its Religious School registration for the 1953-54 semester on Sunday, September 6th, and Sunday, September 13th, from 10 to 12 noon. Opening dates for Sunday School will be on the following Sunday, September 20th, from 10 to 12, and the afternoon Hebrew School on Monday, September 21st, from 3 JO to 5:30 p.m. Young Adults Plan Sessions The Coral Gables Young Adults will hold a fourth anniversary dance on September 20th. Other future events also include a film on childbirth slated for October 7th. Breakdown, a film on mental health, is scheduled for the group's regular meeting next September 16th, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Tifereth Israel Tickets Rabbi Louis Cassel, spiritual leader of Tifereth Israel Northside Center, will officiate during High Holiday services at the Center, it was announced this week. Cantor Albert Glantz will present the musical portions of the liturgy during the Holiday services. Tickets are now available nightly from 7:30 to 10 p.m., and on Sundays from 10 a.m., to 12 noon. Att enfion Subscribers I I Subscribers fe the Jewish floridian whose accounts art delinquent will not receive the special Rosh Hashona edition. The publication will appear on September Tlth and 1% expect erf to ttceed one hundred pages in sire, replete with special articles and features. H your subscription account If delinquent, in order to Hiiare delivery of this publication, please mail your check NOW to the Circulation Department, POST OFFICE BOX 2973, MIAMI IS. First Choice WILN0 KOSHER "PURE BEEF" MEAT PRODUCTS are: A FAVORITE IN EVERY JEWISH HOME STRICTLY KOSHER •SALAMI • BOLOGNA • FRANKFURTERS •CORNED BEEF DELICIOUS DELIGHTFUL DELECTABLE SOLD IN ALL BETTER DELICATESSEN STORES and RESTAURANTS Our Weekly Recipe6 SMVIN6S Soya Sauce with CornedBeef and New Potatoes 1 pound sliced Wilno Corned Beef 1 cup minced onion ,. 3 tablespoons chicken fat 3 tablespoons soya flour, 2 oz. can mushrooms 1 can green peas 1 cup broth or bouillon >,i tablespoon catsup, || tablespoon salt and pepper — IVJ pounds new potatoes Isooc Habit Habif Is Awarded Highest Possible Shrine Degree Isaac Habif is one of the few Shriners in Cuba who has been awarded the 33rd degree, highest citation possible in the order. According to an announcement here, Habif was awarded the degree on March 27th, in testimonial of his work on behalf of civic and philanthropic activities in his native country. Habif came to Cuba in 1928, and became a Mason in 1932, obtaining all the degrees in that order. In 1950, he joined Mahi Shrine Temple of Miami. He is president of the Sephardic Organization of Cuba, vice president of B'nai B'rith there and was awarded the Cuban Medal of the Flag on the observance of the 100th anniversary of the Cuban patriot, Marti. Beth David Men Meet J. Edward Wharton, newly appointed I'nited States Attorney, addressed the first Fall general membership meeting of the Beth David Mens' Club on the dnties of the Office of United States District Attorney last night. Max Jacobson, president of the Men's Club, announced that plans for a bowling league and minstrel show were also discussed at the meeting. Join Temple Brotherhoods The Board of Directors of Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club recently voted to become affiliated with the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods. The annual installation banquet has been scheduled for October 25th, at the Saxony Hotel, according to an announcement this week. igo""e NOW Ton Can DrlnW All The Iced Test Yon Want WITHOUT Gaining A Slnf/le Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS, OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DICTS Par* Harmless • Economics! Guaranteed Non-Fattening CM It on the table—me It far cooking 4-Oz. Size Bottle..Only 75c AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE f Fine Kother food*, prepared in thaf? American Stylo by expert cooks. (Write or phono 20S tor reserve-* tions. All rooms with privet* and f connecting baths. Under Personal Supervision of Mrs. A. Horowita Brown corned beef and onion in chicken fat. Prepare soya sauce as follows: Brown soya flour in chicken fat, gradually stir in broth, mushrooms, catsup, pepper and salt. Bring to a boil. Jtirring constantly till thick and smooth. Pour over hot potatoes and Peas. Makes a delightful main dish. All you need with this substantial meal is a mixed green salad and a beverage. Wilno Kosher Sausage Co. CHICAGO. ILLINOIS MIAMI BRANCH A OFFICES: 1101 M.W. 10th AvetJO* TIL!PHONE: 2-0422 f#r Delivery ^Vrf-V^VV %r^V^ Spend your vacation 1st the Blue Ridge Mountains The Horowitz Kosher Inn 331 First Av., W. Hendersonville, N.C. 31st SEASON I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Products" TMLU t-Utl Oreater Miami Delivery TWt Our Farm at %  nd *f mir* m. *\ •*>*•* Craaa jifoefrsh (Stm On the Rao* to Hialeah Racetrack SPECIAL THIS MONTH — ALL YOU CAN EAT Specialized Sea Food 1.50 Smorgasbord 2.00 AMERICAN EUROPEAN DINNERS STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN 1113 N.W. 79th Str*t T*l*#b**)* 70-92I6 ROSEDALE nat****** • KOSHER STYLE COOKING • AIR CONDITIONED • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • FREE PARKING Catering tor all size Parties 170 N.W. 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PAGE 8 B JenlstncrkMafL FRIDAY, AUGUST t1 f I T TO OPEN CHI New Innovation To Aid | In Reduced Prices For Kosher Buying Public An innovation in the operation of Kosher meat markets was announced this week when for the first time in Florida history the Royal Kosher Meat Markets announced the opening of a chain of kosher markets serving the Greater Miami area. While several kosher butchers have had more than one store, this is the first time that a chain store operation has been inaugurated for the sale of kosher meats on the retail level with the announcement of the opening of three stores located at 9454 Harding Avenue, Surfside, 523 41st Street, Miami Beach, and 5987 SW 8th Street, Miami Plans for adding four more stores to the chain within the next several weeks have also been made. The operators of Royal Kosher Meat Markets have been serving the Greater Miami public with kosher meats for the past 22 years and intend to "provide the koshereating public with the finest in kosher meat products at chain store prices." The management intends to use the buying power of the entire seven stores to maintain a contin-1 uous policy of supplying kosher \ meat at the lowest possible cost. Adhering to a policyof unquestioned Kashruth. the operators > have announced their markets are under the supervision of the Great-! er Miami Vaad Hakashruth, which is under the direction of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and which' %  g uarantees direct insurance of Kashruth at all times." The opening of the first three stores of the chain on Tuesday. September 1st. will be led with a 1-. meat sale and has the added feature of providing free delivery anywhere in the Greater Miami area. This free delivery policy will be continued. "Many families who have always used kosher meats and were finally forced, because of economic reasons and high prices to do otherwise, will be able once again to maintain this long-standing tradition through this new chain' store pricing plan," according to I the operators, who further stated, "Kosher meat has always been the j guarantee of freshness, quality | and outstanding cleanliness and been the byword of the Jewish housewife through all these years." "H is our hope," they continued, "once again to have all of these families enjoy the satisfaction of being able to provide their families with kosher meats and still be able to stay within their means." %  to ft tt Urges Holy Day Safe Of State Of Israel Bonds The Chief Rabbi of Israel, Isaac H. Herzog, this week stressed the "special importance" of obtaining Israel Bond subscriptions in synagogues, "precisely on the Holiest Days, Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur." Emphasizing that "the State of Israel is undoubtedly the work of special Divine Providence," the Chief Rabbi urged "that the Houses of God should echo this great living proof of the Providence of God, our State of Israel." Chief Rabbi Herzog "acclaimed with joy" plans of American Jews to obtain State of Israel Bond subscriptions in synagogues during the High Holy Day services. Such plans are being carried forward by synagogues throughout the United States. OPENING TUESDAY SEPTEMBER l 8t SOMETHING NEW IN KOSHER MARKETS STRICTLY KOSHER PRODUCTS AT CHAIN STORE PRICES Announcing the Opening of the j Royal Kosher Meat Market at 9454 HARDING AVENUE, SURFSIDE Phone 86-9072 523 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1396 5987 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI Phone 67-3733 U. 5. PRIME AND CHOICE GRADES ONLY Iff 2 Iff 2 MEAT SALE We tutm the titfcf fe limit Quantifies U. S. No. 1 STEER LIVER CHUCK RIB ROAST LONG BONE FLANKEN 19c lb. BREAST OF VEAL • 39c lb. CHOPPED MEAT• 39c lb. 0" All Above Items Buy the Second Pound for Just lc More POULTRY SPECIALS YEARLINGS ^ || CAPONETTES #1 4 for Ba *' na and Roasting 4a BROILERS FRYERS SPRINGERS lb H PULLETS for Baking and Roasting ONLY THE fINEST AT All TIMES Under the Strict Supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN GREATER MIAMI We Use Exclusively the Products of the Following Merchants: SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. MIAMI, FLORIDA FLORIDA POULTRY & FISH CO. MIAMI, FLORIDA ROYAL PACKING CO. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI RELIABLE LINEN SUPPLY CO. MIAMI, FLORIDA DADE REFRIGERATION CO. MIAMI, FLORIDA s^sssss^^ WW '^y^V~\^



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llneva Talk |tys Dr. Goldmann 'as Misunderstood I NE'A' YOKK (JTA) — Dr. Israel old&tein. president of the AmeriJewish Congress, has issued 'statement replying to Senator erbert H. Lehman on the relationhip between Israel and American HTV on hireturn from the plen,•\ assembly of the World Jewish bngress at Geneva. [In his statement, Dr. Goldstein Ipressed regret that misinterpre(ticn of expressions by Dr. Naum Goldmann. president of the forld Jewish Congress, on the iu % %  • on "l relationships between iracl ami Jews in other lands, had |veri rise to needless controversy this country. "1 regard it as most unfortunate bat. because of misunderstanding a statement by Dr. Goldmann, i'Mie has been artificially creked where none in fact exists," r. Goldstein said. ''A grave inbstice has been done both to Dr. oMmann and to the organization huh he heads. In the very eech for which he was attacked, r Goldmann clearly stated his ition —> one from which he has hntinueu\ "We have always made that Jews in all lands owe sir political allegiance only to countries of their citizenships. "The World Jewish Congress has, Ifirmed the right of Jews to live here they choose, to develop their ultural and spiritual life freely Qd fully, to contribute in freedom nd equality to the societies in pnich they live and to assist the development and growth of Israel every possible way. No one has en a more consistent spokesman f that point of view than Dr. Goldmann, who, with Stephen ^ise, was one of the prime archis of the World Jewish ConIsrael Seeks Red Participation in Korean Truce Talk By the JTA UNITED NATIONS — Israel joined the majority of nations here in advocating a round-table rather than a cross-table type of gathering for the Korean peace conference which must meet before the end of next month. The United States is the chief advocate of a cross-table conference between belligerents but so far has found little support for its stand. Ambassador A tin a S. Eban told the First Political Committee that the conference should represent the spirit of a peace organization facing a common task "rather than groups of belligerents in a state of suspended war. My delegation," he declared, "agrees with the views expressed on behalf of France, the United Kingdom, Canada and Yugoslavia that the political conferi ence should develop a different at I mosphere from that prevailing \ when the representatives oT hostile armies confront each other as op\ posing sides at a truce negotia-' iton." Mr. Eban said that the Israel | delegation was "fully in accord" Walter H. Bieringer (standing right), president of the United Service for New Americans, watches President Eisenhower sign the Refuge* Relief Act of 1953. which authorizes the admission of some 214,000 immigrants to the United States over a three-year period. It is estimated that from 15,000 to 20.000 Jewish refugees will be admitted under this law. At right (seated) is Senator Watkins of Utah, sponsor of the measure in the Senate. %  %  Eisenhower Stresses *Neeti For Active Battle on Prejudice in Federal Work spent on production in the United States annually. "So you can see what an important job we have," Mr. Nixon said. "You can see how great an impact the committee can have if we can deal effectively with the problem of discrimination in this field — we'll be dealing with 25 percent of the problem directly." The committee's philosophy, Mr. Nixon declared, seems to be that where the taxpayer's funds are involved, all segments of the community should have equal opportunity in all benefits, education or anything else. He added that in this particular case it was employment. NEW YORK (JTA) — President Eisenhower's desire that his new .committee on government contracts actively engage in fighting discrimination by employers handling government contracts was emphasized here by Vice President Richard M. Nixon, after six public members of the committee met with the President who administered their oath of office. •At a press conference after the 40-minute meeting with the President, Mr. Nixon revealed that the full committee — to which six representatives of various government departments must still be named — would hold its first meeting in Washington September 14th. Afterwards, he said, the committee would meet once a month in different cities. The committee members held a short informal session immediately after they left Mr. Eisenhower. Mr. Nixon, who is chairman of the committee, said that "I think from the President's conversation with us that most of us would agree that he wants us to accomplish something concrete dealing with the problem of discrimination in employment rather than make a great show from the publicity standpoint." Mr. Nixon pointed out that up to $40,000,000 was spent by the government on contract to industry each year, and that this represented about one-quarter of all money Ambassador Eban spirit of peace with the joint proposal of Australia, New Zealand and Denmark on Soviet participation at the conference. The American view is that the Russians should be there but only as a representative of the Communist side. As to the crucial question of an invitation for India. Mr. Eban said that Israel would act in "obedience to one criterion alone — the criterion of utility and the prospect of success in convening the conference and bringing it to agreement." Then he paid tribute to Prime Minister Nehru of India and said that his "recent statement upholds this principle with exemplary force." Being against a round-table conference, the United States is opposed to any non-belligerent such as India being at the conference, and the American delegate. Henry Cabot Lodge, announced that he would vote against the resolution inviting India. In the course of his speech, the Israeli delegate paid a "profound tribute" to the 16 states which had provided troops for the United Nations action for what they had risked, endured and achieved in the common cause of resisting aggression. He said that the heavy losses suffered by the American people merited particular sympathy. Jewish Bank Officials Found Guilty German Court Hands Down Severe Sentences FRANKFURT (JTA) — After a trial which lasted about ten months, all principal defendants in the case of the former Jewish Restitution Bank here were sentenced Monday to terms that caused astonishment because of their severity. Dr. Joseph Klibansky, generally considered Germany's best known Jewish attorney, was sentenced to 18 months bail in addition to a fine of $4,300 for be ing an accessory to violation of foreign currency regulations and of certain provisions of the corporation law. Wilhelm Marrien, originally technical advisor of the hank nd later its manager, received 10 months imprisonment for infringement of the corporation law, for being accessory to violation of foreign currency regulations and for bribery. Dr. Hans Erwin Wolf, who wes appointed by the State as custodian of the bank, received six months imprisonment for corruption. Wolfgang Steege. a German banker from Hamburg, was fined $000 for being accessory to violation of foreign currency regulations. Cashier Siefried Frohlich was let off with a fine of $100. Dr. Klibansky. was found guilty of having aided and abetted the transfer of blocked mark accounts to their Jewish owners abroad, a transaction which was illegal at the time, in 1950, but which was legalized a few months after the Jewish Restitution Bank was shut down. The violation of the corporation law refers to issue of receipts to cover up the withdrawal of blocked mark funds. Dr. Klibansky was also convicted of having, as a member of the bank's board of directors, contributed to its bankruptcy although the bank's assets exceed its debts even today. The court found, however, that there was no evidence that Dr. Klibansky had enriched himself, or had personally violated foreign currency regulations. Dr. Klibansky. who will file an appeal with the Supreme Court, issued a statement asserting that Judge Hoffmeyer. who issued the verdict, had been unable to overcome his resentment at having been placed in an internment camp at the end of the war because he had been a member of the Nazi Party and a judge throughout the Nazi regime. Dr. Klibansky also pointed out in his statement that the jurors had not been properly sworn in and that one of them was removed from the jury only last month for endeavoring to engage in illicit foreign currency deals. "The verdict is certain to be vacated by the Supreme Court." Dr. Klibansky concluded. A representative of the Hesse Jewish Community in the Central Council of Jews in Germany commented after the judgment that he would seek the express confirmation of Dr. Klibansky as legal advisor of the Association of Jewish Communities in Hesse and would resign from his office unless that demand were accepted. il



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PAGE 2 B 9-L**i€tinpr*0Ml SgAJTAUGuSLHd*! %  %  U.S. MUST CULTIMTE EHEIFUW By LEON J. ELL Travelling in Europe has its compensation for people who want to get first-hand information on the political, social and economic affairs of the world we live in. However, if you intend to travel in Europe expecting to get comforts and pleasures, and at bargain prices, you are doomed to be disappointed. I. for one, have always found great satisfaction in learning about things and people, at home and abroad. May I confess that I am not much of a devotee of sports and night clubs. I do. however, love to lose myself, when travelling, in market-places, factories, shops, particularly barber shops, I groceries, fish and meat markets, and engage in conversation with the people, through an interpreter if necessary, in order to get the facts of the world of realities. To begin with, I can say with certainty that both France and Italy, the two nations that have contributed so much to our Western civilization, suffer almost of similar ailments and are dangerously insecure. The continuous decline in the value of their currency destroys the confidence of the people in the Government and the incentive to save for a future contingency. The fear of devaluation spurs the people on to spend their earnings as fast as they can. or convert their earnings into foreign currency. The cost of consumers goods is appallingly out of line with the working peoples earning power. A French or Italian working man must work at least two weeks in order to buy a shoddy suit of clothes for the money he earned during that period. The difference is even greater in Italy than it lin France. The disparity between wages and consumer goods lne exists in all branches in the cost of living. The exceptions are rent! Is which have been frozen since the first World War. The high cost of consumers ds, I believe, is due to low productivity, hinh profit markup and direct taxes. Both France and Italy have as yet not succeeded in creating an enforceable Intax law. Their income taxes are flagrantly evaded by the rich and the small employers. It is C' mmon knowledge that close to 85 percent of the national income from taxation comes from hidden taxes and only 15 percent from income tax collections. WHAT DO THE EUROPEANS THINK OF THE UNITED STATES? Generally, not too well, and it serves no purpose to say that they are resentful of our leadership in the same manner that a poor relative is resentful toward his rich member of the family upon whom he has to depend for help. Particularly so when that rich relative tries to tell the poor one how to live with the money that he gives him. Their resentment is especially strong to our demands restricting their commerce with the Iron Curtain countries. In the area of international relations, their resentment is boundless. Our support of NATO and our method of procedure has convinced them, rightly or otherwise, that we are trying to mould the various European cultures into a uniform Europe in the image of the American as they visualize us. That typical American, visualized by the average European, is unfortunately the tourist who can best be described as one with a "best" complex. One who wherever he comes, says proudly. "Give me the best. I can afford it." My attempt to give a picture of the European's attitude towards the United States and its activities on the continent can most poignantly be grasped by describing an act in the Folies Bergere in Paris. The act consists of a characterization of each nation and race in Europe. Each one distinct in its culture, in its philosophies, in its behavior, even in its individual demeanors and way of speech and expression. Then a monologue is delivered that these are the variant personalities that the United States wishes to mould into a European type in its own image. The American then appears on the stage, inevitably chewing gum, and in his good-natured simplicity, boasts about the American comforts, with an attitude of superiority towards everything that is part of these various cultures and ways of living. WHAT CAN BE DONE TO CHANGE THEIR OPINION OF US? The Voice of America should change from a propaganda machine to an information department. The term "propaganda" should be entirely eliminated, having a nasty connotation to the Europeans. All information disseminated through t h e European countries should be in the hands of people who know and understand people they talk to. PrimarListen To SCHACHTER'S Now Yiddish Program Ivecy Sunday, WMBM, 12 t. 2 a*. TWs sreeraM is rat first ami hei Hit largest listen)*? eveienc. Features Hi* Jewish PfclUtoahir NORMAN R. LYONS. News SHOSHAMA SPtCTOI GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WTJfDOW GLASS rur*ltr Tops. Beveled Mirror, and RasUvsring Our Specialty ^6fw G fk G s a8S and Mipror Work. uoima'aSi PHON E 3^834 HORRIS ORUN IRVING GORDON lean I. HI ily, it should be taken out of the hands of bureaucrats and placed in the hands of human beings who understand the European life in the light of accumulated social and political experiences with the people involved. Our information and enlightening should consist of our way of living, not only in bathtubs, but socially, culturally, and portray our political and religious freedom. Our information should make an effort to convince the European people that we are not cultural barbarians. We lay greater stress on the Judeao-Christian concept of life than any other nation, race, or people so powerfully situated ns we are, ever did in the history of mankind. We must emphasize our desire to help the European people economically, unselfishly, although we need not keep the fact suppressed, that it will help us to be militarily strong against our threatening enemies. Our information department must convince the European people that they have been misled to believe that it is our desire to make a uniform people out of the Europeans. Our theme must be unity for the Europeans and not uniformity. Spain is outwardly tranquil. The Spanish people are very friendly to the American nation and individual tourist. We apparently haven't given them yet any substantial sums to make them hostile and resentful towards us. Switzerland is as pleasant as ever, normal and industrious, but is not a bargain-hunter's paradise for tourists. Miami Convalescent Horn* Specializing In Care to the Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nuraing Service. Special Dieti Strictly Observed. Private and Semi-Private Roome. 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PAGE 10 A + telstJM&*£FRIDAY. AUGUST os Greater Miami'a RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY synagogue Directory •ices are at 7:30 am., and Miami Beach. Max Shapiro. Alfred Waxman will discuss the SYNAGOGUE will I ^JfUnuT'SE cSl.jS* Weekly Portion. Junior ^rvices J^TrnTtSamt scrvlC( %  hfc !" &~ K M H josepa RackovBurHd Avo Mi' i 0 J -b.V.U.bbl Morr,, %  *•. UbMonticello Park Registers Sunday School Students Mrs Florence Levine. of the Sunday School will be held Board of Education at Congregation Monticello Park, announced this week that ^egtstration for the Shalos Seudos Rabbi Moses Meson ; 5 aftna: BE 5srg -ass: •§£ see a*.^ are at a.m. TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating Thirty-two new members will be consecrated. Subject of the Rabbis discourse is scheduled as: The "ist Real Purpose Of A Modern TemBETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am. Mincha will be at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudoe Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs William !" l. MM SWW ~~ --^^ M(m)echal H aal>emces are r.ao day morning services are at 9:30 p.m • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8 15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion_ • • • ISRAELITE CENTER holds Fri I 4lh Morton :i8 8W cheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. and 6:30 p.m. ust 30th and September ft 10 a.m. until 12 noon. It wax also announced by Boris Rackovsky, spiritual that plans are being form, for the organization of a School in addition to the Sunday School. officiate and preach. Saturday day evening services at 6:30 p.m morning services are at 10:45 a.m. Saturday morning services are at Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky der the musical portion of all servW JU officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos Daily services are at 8 a.m.. and 15 minutes before sundown ices • • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening >ervices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 am .,££ Ac.d.my %  *£. *&*&£. rirnaa, orthodox. 911 % %  "L" H.aleah. Miami Springt -BafeM rttinit'i. Cona.rvatlve, Sal v>. Hlatoaa. .,, Israelite Ctottr Rabbi M il.i. eky, Conwrvatlve. "4th Tn Miami. KntHtn ..ratl-IUbbl Abraham CaaB,I. orthodox. 115 Euclid Ave.. Mi"ami" B.ach-hat.bl 1" inf '' hrm ""Conaervatlv*. IfM Wash. M Miami Habraw School—Rabbi Simon ATrll. Orthodox. 1101 SW llth Ave.. Mont'dlo Park Rabbi Boris llwkovaky, lettb Btreel and NK nth Avenue. North Miami Reach North Dadt Conservative. IXM0 IMxie IliKhwav. North Miami war, North Miami. North Shore—Rabbi Mayer Abramowltt. Conaarvathre, S20 7..th St.. Miami lleach. Ttmple l.ra.1—Dr Joseph Narot. Reform 117 SK 19th St Miami. Temple Sinai. The Jewieh Community Center of Hollywood. Rabbi DMU Shapiro. Conservative, M30 Polk BU, HoUvwOod Tifereth lirael Rabbi LoHll Basel, I.-... N Miami Ave Miami West Miami—Rabht Alfred Waxman. Conservative. 5720 SW 17th St.. Miami. 4001 Chaee L'Shona Tova Tikesevu Ufa cerdeelJy rtevife yee fa join i in *d altar Meraiaa Service. teai Eveaieg* frees 7:30 ta Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officia m., and 645 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri.:.. evening services at 8 15 p.m., with Dr Joseph Narot officiating, r Jacob Borastein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Young lerael — Orthdox. ... I Ave.. Miami R.. h ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will zamora Rabbi Max M. Landman. ate and discuss the Weekly Porhold services Friday at 6:30 p.m.. i./.^.T"' v '" y -""" r Avf ra l tion Cantor Philip Brummer will with Rabbi Max M. Landman of— %  render the musical portions of the ficiating and assisted by Reverend day morning services are at 9 a.m.. j iturgy Dailv services are at 8 David Bagley and Cantor Rudolf when Rabbi Isaac Ever will offiE Brill Services will begin Satciate and preach on the Weekly urday at 9 am. with the portion Portion Kiddush will follow Min of the Torah. Ki Thabo lielvifl M. Kann. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Kann. will become Bar Mitzvah Kiddu>h will follow. A New Hillel House On The Campus Of The University Of Miami, will be the topic of the sermon by Rabbi Land cha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Maariv. e • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 630 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at i4S p m Saturday morning services are at 9 am Mincha will be 15 p.m Daily services are it 7 i0 am and 7 p.m. YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning serv• re at 9 a.m. Mincha will be ..i 6 p n: : .. | Shalos Seudoes under tht ship of Mr .•-1 dayman Daily services are at 7.30 a m and at 6:30 p.m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 30 p m. Saturday .•nor: Dg at 9 am. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Fndaj t-\ening services at 6 3<. pm Saturday morr.mg %  -8 30 a m Rabbi Joseph R will officiateand discuss Women Suffrage— What Does II Mean At 530 p.m.. the Rabbi will preach >>n: Re.-pect For Knowledge Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Ifaarh is at 7 30 p.m man The Study Group will meet will be at 630 p.m.. followed by at 6 p.m and will discuss the life and works of MOMS Maimonides. Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv at 740 p.m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION | 1101 S.W. 12th AVENUE Announces RABBI SIMON APRIL WILL CONDUCT HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES CANTOR BERELE KELEMER WILL CHANT Assisted by a Choir oi our own Hebrew School Boys Reservations may be made daily from 9 to 12 a.m., and j evenings from 8 to 10 p.m., at the Synagogue. For further information call 82-6334. CHOICE SEATS STILL AVAILABLE KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6.15 p.m Cantor Abraham Seif will chant the liturgy and conduct the services. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 p m Daily serviceare at 8 am. and 6:15 p.m • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a m Rabb: Simon April will officiate and discuss: Social Idealism Cantor Berele Kelemer will chant the musical portion of the liturgy. A clas* in Mi^hna i slated for 5:30 p.m followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudov AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 630 p.m. SaturThe Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrutl announces the following as the ONLY kosher butcher shops and live poultry markets under its supervision MIAMI BEACH BUTCHER SHOPS WHITE ROSE MARKET, H. Fader, 87 Washington Ave. EMPIRE MARKET, H. Woloder, 304 First St. MERLIN'S KOSHER MARKET, 320 Collins Ava. GUTTMAN'S MARKET, Heller A Marshak, 325 Collins Ave. SULLIVAN COUNTY MARKET, Edward Setnor, 618 Collins Ave. SOL KAHLENBERG'S MEAT MARKET, 806 • 6th St. MICHIGAN FOOD CENTER, Sam Sarlin, 531 Michigan Ave. BRASLOWSKY A DANIEL PORES MARKET, 847 Washington Ave. WASHINGTON AVE. FOOD CENTER, Charles Reichenthal, 10S1 Washington Ava. TRACHTENBERG'S MARKET, S. Graan and L. Zagar, 1323 Washington Ave. TROPICAL MARKET, Jack Pom.rar.ti, 1325 Washington Ava. BEACH FOOD CENTER, Adolph Adler, 1421 Washington Ava. ZION FOOD CENTER. Romer A Sussmtn, 1437 Washington Ava. NORMAN MENDELSON WHOLESALE MEAT! 1437 Washington Ava. SAM'S KOSHER PENN-WAY MARKET, 1447 Pennsylvania Ava. SAM MELNICK KOSHER MARKET, 1449 Dr.x.l Ave. CROWN MARKET, L. Rakaar A H. D. Fodima>| 1122 15th St. COMMUNITY FOOD CENTER, Jerry Dtutfh A Al Levansen. 451 41st St. NORMANDY KOSHER MARKET, D. Yarlini A M. Fr-.dland, 1171 71 St St. OCEANSIDE MARKET, Julius Kotick, 7451 Collins Ave. WHITMAN'S MARKET, 7*th St. Causeway, Treasure Island KHESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA oo srwacoout wow coaimmr AII-CONDITK>N(D to* root COatfOtT fxfends to its Members and friends Best Wrshes tor a Happy and Healthy Hew Year RABBI ABRAHAM M. CASSEl Bad CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF Will conduct the services assisted by Kneseth Israel Choir Reservations Now Taken for Seating for High Holidays — OHice Open Daily and Evening — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. — 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Except Friday and Saturday For Information Call 5-1682 You can now register your children in our newly organiied Talmud Torah and Sunday School SAUI McttNoofr, fmmtm MIAMI BEACH POULTRY MARKETS ROSE MARKET, Berman Bras.. SAM ELGISON LIVE POULTRY MARKET, 320 Collins Ava. POULTRY DIV V MALTER'S SUNSHINE MARKET, 436 Collins Ave. •7 Washington Avo. GUTTMAN'S MARKET, Guttm.n A Lapof, 325 Collins Ave. ; i i i i j MIAMI POULTRY MARKETS A A. POULTRY MARKET, Adler A Abrams, ADLER'S POULTRY MARKET, Gro" 315 N.W. 5th St. Marmalstasn. 1832 S.W. erh St. FIFTH ST. POULTRY MARKET, H. Elgiaan, ABE'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET, 147 N.W. 5th St. joil S.W. 8th $ &f The above are the ONLY shops GUARANTEED by the Vaad Hekasruth. These are supervit*" j£l ttantly and thoroughly by experienced supervisors to assure ef TRULY KOSHER meat and pw I We guarantee only such poultry as bear the EJC foot rings. These are proof af slaughter by I niied and supervised achochtim. The Miami Beach Bath Jacob Vaad Hekeshruth enters • H Tj| year of REAL KASHRUTH SUPERVISION wishing the entire community a kosher. Pa***" Happv New Year. f Ot 4NV KASIMtfTM INFORMATION, COaUMMJCATf WITH RABBI MOSES MESCHE10FF, Executive Director Dr. M. J. Sof TO, Kashruth Chairman 311 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH P 1 ^ 54U