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The Jewish Floridian ( October 16, 1953 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 27—Number 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS Bigot Haven \Jews Flayed \ln Mexican {Newspapers NEW YORK (JTA) — A detailed I rep< rt on the growing anti-Jewish [propaganda in Mexico was preIsented here this week to the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith I by "scar Cohen, its community I sen.co director, following his re[turn from a tour of Mexican Jewish communities where he surveyfed conditions. Cihcn reported that the Jews in [Mexico suffer "no discrimination [in eel-cation employment, housing or social institutions, but are faced [by constant and alarming attacks [in the daily press." He pointed out tot the press in Mexico is anti.. gner and attacks aainst Jews (take place in this context. No week pa-' without two or three major [articles in Mexican dailies attack| ing Jews, he emphasized. Though it considers the actual [dander from any important antiSemitic movement to be small at present, the Mexican Jewish com[munity is made uneasy by an ever(•ere^ent potential • danger with which it feels unable to cope," Cojhen stated. "In case of real trouble, an Jews believe they do not ["have effective allies among other elements of the population who could constitute an important bulwark against anti-Semitism. Any major political change can create seric us difficulties for the Jewish community, they feel." Dulles and Eban Discuss US Munitions Shipments, Aid to Arab League Nations After long years of margarine, fresh butter is again appearing on the tables of Israeli homes. At the new Israel .Bond-aided Tnuva dairy in Tel Aviv, thousands of quarts of milk and tons of butter cue each day processed and distributed to the growing population of the young republic's expanding industrial city. 21 WASHINGTON (JTA) — The question of United States munitions shipments to Arab League states was among a number of matters taken up here ir/an hour-long discussion of "the whole atmosphere of Israel-American relations" held at the State Department with Israel Ambassador Abba Eban and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles as yie principal participants. iur. Eban later said that the arms discussion was included in "a general survey" of issues which were discussed in "a friendly and constructive spirit." When he returned recently from Israel. Mr. Eban talked with Secretary Dulles about the broader aspects of Israel-American affairs. A continuation of that discussion was originally slated for October 2nd, but was postponed until now owing to the illness last week of Henry A. Byroade, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. This was made known by a spokesman for the Israel Embassy. The meeting, the Ambassador said, was a resumption of the review of questions begun in the first talk. He made it clear that Wishes He Could Be [Prouder About Role < IKVELAND (JTA)—Checks toI tailing $14,973,000 were presented Ihere this week by Jewish leaders i from various communities at the final session of the two-day Nation\ al Report Conference of the United Jewish Appeal, giving the UJA close to 60 percent of the emergency $25,000,000 cash fund it is seeking in the last four months at [ the year. Presentations brought the L'JA's receipts since January 1, 1953. to $59,526,000. The conference, attended by more than 1,000 UJA campaign leaders, was Addressed by Edward M. M. Warburg, Dr. Nahum Gold mann. Rabbi Hillel Silver, former UN Secretary General Trygve Lie, William Rosenwald and others. Trygve Lie lauded the aid given by American Jewry to Israel Continued on Page 14 %  Israel Association Asks Rumanians To Release 20$ Imprisoned Zionists ,.TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Israel Association of Jews from Rumania has appealed to the Rumanian authorities to release the 200-odd Jewish and Zionist leaders under arrest in that country and has asked the Israel Government to appeal to the Soviet Union to use its good olfices to help expedite the release of the Jews, it was revealed here today by officers of the association. They also disclosed that the organization had appealed to the Rumanian authorities to permit Jews with family members in Israel to migrate from Rumania to the Jewish State. Speaking at a press conference here, the Association spokesmen said that they had received information from Rumania that five Zionist leaders had been sentenced to prison terms of from ten to 18 years, following their conviction on charges that included sabotage and undermining the security of the Rumanian state. Their prosecutor was Eugen Christchenko, ai anti-Semite who had served as head of the Rumanian police dur Tryavt II. • werM w slow ing the Fascist Antonescu regime. The five defendants, all of whom pleaded innocent to the charges, were Dr. Edgar Kenner, who headed the Revisionist Party in Rumania, S. Schittonowitzer, Pascue Schechter and two men identified only as Horowitz and Tabakaro. It was also revealed that a second tarial of Jewish leaders opened in Bucharest October 4th, but no information about the proceedings is available here. Among the defendants is Michael Benvenisti, former president of the Zionist Federation of Rumania; his wife, who served as a clerk at the Israel legation in Bucharest; Dr. Jean Cohen, former president of the World Jewish Congress Rumanian section; Jean Littman, a WJC leader and director of the Jewish secondary school in Bucharest; and Miss Jetta Leibovitz, Mapam leader in Rumania. It is known, the Association official said, that the defendants have been given an opportunity to defend themselves. In the memorandum on immigration, the Association pointed out Richard Tucker Concert Is Slated Next Thursday that there were 250.000 Jews in Rumania who had registered for migration to Israel. There were at least 50.000 elderly Jews now in Israel who had children still living, in Rumania, the Association leaders pointed out, adding that their appeal for the release of these people was made on a humanitarian basis. the discussion of arms shipments to the Arabs did not constitute the principal part of the conversation. Both Mr. Dulles and the Israel Government thought the type of conversation held would prove useful, Mr. Eban said. Other participants in the meeting included Reuven Shiloah. newly-arrived Israel Minister plenipotentiary, and Mr. Byroade. Arab Official Received The Secretary general of the Arab League. Abdul Khalik Hassouna, visited the State Department and conferred with Assistant Secretary of State Byroade this week. The meeting lasted over .an hour. Asked by correspondents if he talked abouf recent Arab allegations of "aggression" against Israel, Mr. Hassouna stated; "That particular issue was not reached because of limited time." He said he exchanged views with Mr. Byroad, "about all problems that interest the Arab world and the United States," noting that he was "pleased with the results of the visit." Ideas, he said, were exchanged "very frankly and very constructively." The Arab League, he declared, shares the view expressed by Dr. Charles Malik Lebanese delegate. before the United Nations General Assembly last month that the entire area of Jerusalem should be totally internationalized. Says Maybe Three outstanding members of the Israel Parliament will be guests of honor at the Richard Tucker concert to be held under the auspices of the State of Israel Bond Organization in the Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday, October 22nd, at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Louis Glasser, concert chairman, revealed that the distinguished visitors will be Yitzhak Ben Aharon, Dr. Arych Altman, and George Flesch, all currently in this country to attend the Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference in Washington. At the same time. Mrs. Glasser said that the concert is shaping up to be "a smash success" and that there are indications of a jammed house to hear the noted Metropolitan Opera star, Richard Tucker, who will be featured during the evening. "It was indeed inspiring to see a lineup_of people for tickets at concert headquarters, 1822 Collins Avenue, to obtain their tickets earlier this week," M r s. Glasser declared. Two free tickets are being given away to each purchaser of an Israel Bond between the dates of September 10th and October 22nd. "There are still some good seats Continued on Page 14 Ike Not Ready To Change Law WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Eisenhower told his press conference this week that he is at this time not ready to say positively if revision of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act is on the "must list" for action in the next session of Congress. The President indicated that he might seek correction if those administering the act find imperfections. The President made these statements in reply to a question by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. The question was: "Now that the Administration has successfully achieved the passage of your Emergency Refugee Bill, is the correction of what you described in your State of the Union message as the. discrimination of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act part of the program for the second session of the 83rd Congress?" Mr. Eisenhower prefaced his answer by sayjng that he had not studied the immigration issue for some time and he had not—he was not—therefore, ready to state positively that on his priority program there was certain "must" legislation in that regard. He would say if the people administering the bill want changes, they should be made. Bmrthf C. Creai Miggtitieni eetea Crum Lists Ways To Settle Holy City Rift NEW YORK (JTA)—Emphasizing that the internationalization of Jerusalem is possible, but only with the cooperation of Israel as well as Jordan, Bartley C. Crum, former US member of the AngloAmerican Committee of Inquiry on Palestine, this week came out in the New York Times with the following suggestions: 1. "Make it a condition precedent for Jordan's admission to the United Nations that it accept internationalization of Old Jerusalem and Bethlehem, Jorda to act as United Nations Trustee for that area." 2. "Make it a condition precedent for any agreement by the United Nations that Israel may have its capital in Jerusalem, that the New City of Jerusalem be internationalized, with Israel as the United Nations Trustee in that area" 1 I f



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PAGE 2 i SJWftftffl rtfcL FRIDAY, QCTQ1B Julius Rosenberg Named Appeal's Trade Executive Julius Rosenberg, assistant director of the affinal rnmpJrteri of the Associated Jewish Charities and Welfare Fund in Baltimore, Maryland, for the past two years, has been named director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation Trades Division, it has been announced by Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Federation executive director. Rosenberg, a graduate of St. Johns College in Annapolis and a native of Baltimore, was lor five vears affiliated with the Jewish Big Brother League as assista n t executive secretary. He also served as director of the Jewish Educational Alliance and for a number of years was associated with the Department of Public Welfare of Baltimore City and with the Probation Department of the Supreme Bench there. In announcing appointment of tbe new trades head, the Federalion executive stated that added emphasis will be placed in future Julius Kosenberi 'ombined Jewish Appeals on con%  ributions from trades and profes-ions in the Dade County area. In the 1953 CJA drive here, the Trades Division, assigned to raise the major portion of the campaign -oal, achieved 87 percent of its -700.000 quota. Rosenberg believes .here is a potential of 1.000 additional, trades contributors in Great er Miami who will be invited to participate in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal, the fund drive which lends aid to a broad pro-ram of relief, rehabilitation and resettlement in Israel, as well as to national and local welfare services. Tentative* plans outlined by Rosenberg call for developing the Federation's trades unit in a "yearround organization geared to reach every business and profes>ional man." *k Zamora Chicken Dinner The Men's Club of Zamora Jewish Center &f ill hold a chicken dinner barbecue party on Sunday evening at 5 p.m. The dinner will be -erved on the patio of the Center building. Eli Elnblnder is chairman of tbe committee in charge of arrangements. Academy Room Mothers Join National Association Of Hebrew Dey School PTA's Hebrew Academy Room Mothers, meeting at the home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, chairman, last week unanimously adopted a resolution to join with the National Association of Hebrew Day School PTA's, the organization servicing academies throughout the United States. According to Mrs. Kogan, the Hebrew Academy is the only day school in the southeastern region of the United States which has been accepted thus far by the national association. "Affiliation of the Hebrew Academy Room Mothers with the national group," Mrs. Kogan said, "will entitle parents to obtain programming material, preparation for co-curricuUr activities designed by leading educators and an outline for a sound adult educational program. Mrs. Kogan also explained that membership in the organization will entitle parents to receive the monthly. issue of The Jewish Parent, publication of the National Association of Hebrew Day School PTA's. Affiliation of the Hebrew Academy Room Mothers with the Association was made possible after a consultation of Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy, with leaders of the national organization. Rabbi Gross is co-editor of the Jewish Parent Magazine. North Dade Service To Be Conducted by Rabbi Henry Okolica Services at the North Dade Jewish Center will be conducted Friday evening by the Center's new spiritual leader. Rabbi Henry Okolica. Rabbi Okolica. who is 39 years of age, was born in Germany and is a graduate of the Yeshiva in Frankfurt. The Rabbi has held pulpits in Washington. D.C.. and Ohio. For the past seven years, he held the pulpit at Temple Israel in Day tona Beach, Florida, where he was a member of the Ministerial Association, the big Brother Movement and the Rotary Club. During the past year, he was chairman of the Board of Visitors of Volusia County, by appointment of the Juvenile Court, and chairman of the Rehabilitation Commit tee of the County TB Association. The Rabbi is also a member of the Florida State Rabbinical Asso ciation. B'nai B'rith and the Zion ist Organization. Jerusalem Festival To Be Marked The 3.000th year of the founding of the City of Jerusalem, will be commemorated by the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Mi ami with a two-hour radio broadcast on Sunday, October 18tb. according to an announcement by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president of the Council. The commemorative program will be presented on radio station WMB, over the Schachter Jewish Variety Hour, from 12 noon to 2 p.m. Brief messages and greetings in honor of the celebration will be brought by the president of tbe Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais; president of the Miami Beach. Israel Zionist District, Fred Jonas, president of the Labor Zionist Council of South Florida, Mr. Israel Shapoff; president of the Pioneer Women Council. Mrs. Bea Jaffer; and honorary president of the Miami Bmch Women Mizrachi, Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mayor Harold Shapiro will bring the felicitations of the City of Miami Beach. Members of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association will bring individual greetings, and prominent members of the Cantors' Association of South Florida will chant appropriate Israeli selections. Joseph Pardo, accompanied by Hy Fried, will present a program of Israeli music, and Mrs. Harold Wynn will sing the number, Jerusalem, written expressly for her, as well as other selections. The program will b under the direction of Rabbi Mescheloff and Samuel Prosterman, honorary president, of the Jewish National Fund Council of Oreater Miami. • —— DAY WORKERS $5 1 S6 em4 Far* Ceferse Males-Pert Tkae er Fall Tims M Prlvvtv Hmti IBWA^I OA 'JI a,,..,, h ; atiMariLart ACE EMPLOYMENT it? N.E. ut AH. Ph. t.saor No Charga t Employer ORT Chapter Hears Baldi The Greater Miami Chapter of the Women's American ORT held its monthly meeting Wednesday at the San Marino Hotel. Mrs Irene Sussman presided. J. Baldi, beauty specialist, spoke on: Beauty From Head To Toe. m 350 Lincoln Road Messanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Are, OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Style* Proceeds To Youth On October ISth, at 1 p.m., in the Algiers Hotel, the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah will hold j card party. Proceeds go to Youth Aliyah. TERMITES Know No Season • JSKTMSKIA TUBTt CWTSH • raa tancnm .smmm u*m %  islMr H* Csatrsl fw hm, fc-dm. Its Excitingly Different Taste! \ m wotLCrl UMRT MS CBMttl Ok. m mmW • real Brits. Call 2-1776 First Choice WILN0 KOSHBt "PURE BEEF" MEAT PRODUCTS ore: A FAVOR/Tf Jff EVERY JEWISH HOM STRICTLY KOSHER • SALAMI •BOLOGWR • FRAVSFD1TE1S • CORNED BEE? Our Weekly Recipe SAlAMi COMBINATION SALAD w StfVrftf s 1 pound Wilno Kosher Salami diced 4 tomatoes peeled, sliced *4 cup sliced green nolons 1 head lettuce, broken into small chunks red radishes 2 hard cooked eggs sliced pinch of black ground pepper HrCormick paprika Toss all ingredients together, except the hard cooked eggs and paprika. Garnish with slices of eggs, paprika and radishes cut into petal-like shape. Makes a delightful salad. 3D // DELICIOUS DELIGHTFUL DELECTABLE SOW HI ALL BITTER DEUCATESSEN STORES and RESTAURANTS Wilno Kosher Sausage Ci MIAMI BRANCH ft OFFICES: 2181 N.W. 10th Avenut TELEPHONE: 24422 for Delivery ^=EE= CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI B EAC* Jewish Funerals with 5,713 yomrs of Tradition ll it always a searee *f profound romfort. %  •* thai Jewish services at RWertid* • %  **| — | Rell, with %  ihorouah KMwtedge and '• W TJT, for reliafoas traditfe* a. weU a. with y-p*sideratiaa for the family. 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ID AY. OCTOBER 16. 1953 *Je*lstinor*M3tr? PAGE 5 .m reatment Of oncer Discussed Latest developments in the treatenof cancer will be the subject X a forum to be.conducted Wedy .night. October.21st. 8i30 by the Beach Branch of the reater Miami Jewish Community ter. with the cooperation of the le County Medical Association, he Center's Beach Branch is loatet! at 1536 Bay Road. The program, which will mark he beginning of a monthly series I events sponsored by the Cent's Adult Forum Committee, will leatore as guest speakers, Drs. Julan A. Rickles and Leo M. Levin. oderator will be torum chairman, any PerkeL Dr. Rickles, a native of Seattle, 'as! ington, graduated from the Jnlversity of Oregon Medical icho'l and served an internship lid residency at the Charity Hosital in New Orleans. Specializing Mirgery, he has practiced in iair.i since 1946. Dr Levin, whose specialty is inrn?! medicine, is a graduate of e Medical School of Ohio Stare Diversity. Before coming to Mi|mi .n 1946. he was resident phyiciar at the Mount Sinai Hospital Cleveland, Ohio, and also served .-. -istant Chief of Medicine in I S Army Medical Corps durIVorld War II. Birthdays Of Home Residents Marked The Greater "Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish, Home for the Aged sponsored a birthday party for "residents of the home on TnoVsclay evening. L Hostesses for the evening were the Mesdames Sadie Merchant. Jean Altman, Betty Kimmel, Rose Wishner, Sadie Greenfogel, Sylvia Moskowitz, Blanche Kimber and Lillie Ginsberg. Mrs. Louis Makovsky was in charge of the evening program, with Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro acting as master of ceremonies. Mrs. Harold Shapiro and Miss Anita Karns presented a repertoire of Israeli sjongs. Aronovitz Seeks City Commission Post; Calls For Elimination Of Overlapping Abe Aronovitz, Miami attorney, has qualified in the race for Miami City Commission. Long known in civic circles in The University of Miami. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER Conductor — Soloists — RISE STEVENS • CASADESUS VULA-LOBOS LUKAS FOSS ..'. I'SE ITEVIII VIUA-LMM o IRMGARD SEEFRED • SZYMON GOLDBERG • PIERRE FOURNIER • MAXIM SCHAPIRO • EUGENE DUBQIS • VERM'S REQUIEM jEEniii %  tmtiius 1 -lit PURS SUBS. CONCERTS SUN. M.B. AUD. 8:30 MON. DADE CO. AUD. 8:30 First Concerts NOV. I & 2 SuWu for ach iirin • %H $12.50 $10.50 $1 ORDER THE SERIES AM Sove Up To 30% at u of M. Sym. Off. 87-4960 Dwtow Offke 3-2317 Amidon's 4-2070 Bookworm 4-2459 Af Both Auditoriums 50477 M.B. 4-9230 D. Cty. Town Branch Sets Afternoon Program • The after-school program for boys and girls between the ages of six and eleven will begin on Monday, October 26th, at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, it was announced by Mrs. Monroe Gelb, chairman. The program will be under the supervision of Miss Dolores Katz who will be assisted by trained group leaders. The program schedules activities five days a week, Monday through Friday, f rom 3 to 5 p.m. Among activities to be offered are airplane modeling, tap dancing, doll craft and a children's dramatic group. As pah of the after school program, Abraham Rochstein, supervisor of health and physical education at the Town Branch, has organized a program of varied gym activities which include games, tumbling, wrestling, archery and seasonal sports. Special feature of the gym program will be a newly organized midget league which is.open to all teams arid boys in the community. The league win play oh Friday afternoons and is for boys nine to eleven years of ge. i Miami for his activities;-Aronovitz pointed to his many years of activities in municipal government as qualifying him to hold office and indicated a desire to serve the people of Miami. The candidate announced that he would seek to keep his campaign expenditures within $1,000. He indicated that he would not expend large sums to gain the office and "would not open a campaign office or hire a campaign manager." ___ ArontiVHVMias resided in Florida for 47 -years and has pree is a past president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and past-State B'nai B'rith chairman "of "(heAntiDefamation League Committee. Aronovitz is also known for his participation in civic projects, including membership in a committed acting in behalf of the City of Miami which collaborated with the County Commission in arranging a transfer of Jackson Memorial Hospital from the City to Miami to Dade County in order that the County should assist in bearing the financial brunt of supporting the hospital. His supporters also indicated that he is known for his activities in 1934, and later, in pursuing the Florida Power tend Light Company ticed law in Miami for more thanf?f 5 th !u"^"f ^fJ"^ 30 years. He has held the post of r|rS£S at T^VLffcl.? £ City Solicitor of the City of Mi !" ** ml o(sonle $4^00,000 in ami, attorney for the Civil Service Commission of the City of Miami and for a period of time was Acting State's Attorney of this Circuit. • Among his varied activities, he utilities rates. The canj&idate this week pointed WM| to his activities in the forefront of the slum clearance debate through which the residents of the City of Miami voted by referendum to accept Federal aid in public housing. Jle also reportedly acted in behalf of the taxpayers of Miami in 1952. in. leading'ii campaign to prevent the City of Miami from waiving $250,000 a year in taxes due from the Miami Transit Company. As a result of the election fight which he led, his supporters said that the taxpayers of Miami were saved over $250,000 a year, and developments within recent weeks have shown that the bus company is making money at its current rates without having waived the taxes, Aronovitz explained. "My stand on the form of consolidation recently submitted to the public is well known," the candidate said. "I opposed it in the manner then presented in June of this year." But he is a member of the Metropolitan Miami Board examining into the possibility of eliminating overlapping agencies and planning proper development for all of Dade County. -r i % %  % % %  ill IMMt* LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH 1ST MEALS Fine Foods Spacious Patios Free Service to Beach d Rooms with Double Exposure — Reasonable INQJVTOUAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THOSE ON SPECIAL DIETS 827A.EN00C AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-7971 Ml %  I %  MftB '^ Aba Aramatiti Iff PERSONALLY SPEAKING Dr. and Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, of 1755 Washington Avenue, have left on a motor trip to New York '.where they will spend the month Jflf^Qctobjer. From-there, they will go to Washington, D.C., to attend the National Hadasaah, Convention. Mrs. Davis .Is. -vice., president and Youth Aliyah coordinator .of the Greater Miami Chapterof Iladassah. j; ft.ft ft %  :IF: Mr. and, Mrs. Oscar. Boonshoft, of Dayton, Ohio, announce the birth of thelr^'son'. He Joins his two-year-Old'stster," Linda. Grandparents arc Mi*, and Mrs! Harry Boonshoft, 1004Michigan Avenue, Miami Beatth, andMinnie Goldfleis, of Dayton. %  ft ft ft Dr. and Mrs. Raphael Rosen, of 7725 Byron Avenue, have returned td Miami Bench after spending two months visiting their daughter-and and son-in-law, the David Cohens, in • New Bedford, Massachusetts. They also spent some time with Dr. Rosen's mother, Mrs. S. Rosen, in Baltimore, Maryland. > ft ft' ft Returned home from a threemonth tour through the US and Mexico is Mrs. Etha Beck, of 2331 SW 19th Street. Miami. "i 1 .,.. -JPTS*" > %  I w **v% H\ Wying: "Err na Y'' vatrfion P'* n JOi* OUR VACATION CLUB NOW!" ahead. • • WASH1KV FEDERAL JZT" 1M Watfcta*** A*.*.* !" 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r^m'v frnmAY. OCtOBER 16, 1953 •IrWcf* rt^rfrfttn PAGE 7 Conner, Mrs. Selig Pre-cRmpaign plans for a "bigger Lnd better" 1953-54 Combined Jew lilh Appeal campaign are now un Ider way according to an announcement by Carl Weinkle. pteiident D f the Greater MiaWH Jewish Fed|e ration. Aaron Kanner, administrative colordinator of last year's campAign, [has been appointed to head the [pre-campaign Planning Committee [comprised pf Greater Miami's top Ijevel community leaders. First in|f orroal meeting was held last weak fat the Biscayne Terrace Hotel to Named To Head Appeal Pre-Campaign Committees %  Aaron Kanner Biscuss emphasis, format and genEral direction of the 1954 drive. Jh.s is the committee which evenlu.illy selects Ihc general chairman Di i lie CJA drive. Mrs. Fannie Selig, for many \ .i prominent civic worker, pas been named chairman of the ire campaign Planning Committee In the Women's Division. Out of %  he .1'-liberations of these two committees will be developed the specific structure of the CJA machin ery, Weinkle said. Plans under present discussion by Kanner's committee include consideration of the advance gifts functions and a mammoth inaugural dinner launching the campaign in January of 1954. At the bis K'fts kickoff event last year, dedicated to the memory of Jack Ablin, the campaign raised in excess of $600,000 to set an all-time record for en initial gifts function' in this community. Special emphasis will be placed this year upon participation by men and women of the Greater, Miami area in the "general mobilization" ohase of the campaign. The new title will replace the term Metropolitan Division used previously to designate the door-todoor phase of the Combined JewI ish Appeal in this area. Tentative kickoff date is set for mid-February in this division with areas operating individual fund raising events throughout the county. Top speakers, educators and world leaders are being scheduled to appear at these area functions, according to Kanner. The Young Adults and Teen Age Divisions will adopt a new approach in the forthcoming campaign according to the committee. Greater participation in the fund drive will be sought by young men and women between the ages of 18 and 25. This includes fraternities, sororities and students at the i University of Miami." The teen age program will function through the Hebrew schools and Sunday schools w TrW growth of Israel and the needs of Jewry everywhere." The Combined Jewish Appeal is conducted annually in the Greater Miami area by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. More than half the tifitoS raised support a broad program of relief, resettlement and rehabilitation in Israel and in the middle-Eastern countries. Six important local welfare institutions are major beneficiaries in the campaign. I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES Jewish Women's Group To %  Hold Panel On UN Here The Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties will meet at the Saxony Hotel on Thursday, October 22nd, 10:30 a.m. The business meeting will consist of reports of the various committees. The afternoon program, Answers Xo Critics Of The UN, will include a panel discussion by Dr. Donald Larson, Seymour Samet. Mrs. Manus Berman and Mrs. Anne Brenner Meyers speaking for the United Nations. Asking questions of the panel fof Conference will be Mrs. Morr Kogan, Mrs. H. Hoffman, Mrs. ,qfcnuel Sakrais and Mrs. Aaron Kanner. A George M. Cohan medley will be sung by Mrs. Cora Levinson, accompanied by Mrs. Adeline Haiduck. Luncheon reservations may be made with Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. Vttamta ~D" MUk Greater Miami Delivery VWOvrmit %  no of Biro |M. anaVMMT Croo* WHO RAISING CHAMMfN I An Exciting Opportunity! TO RAISE MONEY BUILD THE TREASURY of year OtGANIZATION • YOUTH GROUP • SISTEBHOOD Call MltM %  •! %  • af THI JEWISH FIOHIDIAN 2-8212 M IAMI TITL4E iQktmctCa U YEARS QT TITLE SERVICE Of DADE COUNTY %  ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TitU hlirwtl Pnliclo* af Konioi City Title kwrwri Ce. Capital, Swrplwt t *.itri IICMI $3,000^00 Beth Sholom Women Will Open Season Mrs. Bert S. Klee, president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shoiom, this week announced the first open meeting of the season lor "Wednesday, October 21st, at 1 p.m. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, vice president and membership chairmall, is in charge of the function. Feature of the meeting will be a skit written and directed by Trixie Levin. The skit is entitled, Success Story, and will be played by the following Sisterhood cast: The Mesdames Emanuel Goldstrich, William Wickman, Ralph Benach, Nat Brenner, Norman Ar kin, Samuel Falick, Samuel Berlin. Sol Pine, Philip Schlissel, Michael Mersel and Camille Baum. Refreshments will be served under the chairmanship of Mrs. Irving B. Marcus and Mrs. Louis Stoff, hospitality chairmen. Beth Jaeob Adds To School Staff \ Announcement was made this week of the expansion of activities at the Beth Jacob Sunday School with the addition to its staff of Evelyn Decky and Rena McschelotV ... %  • %  • ••' • Mrs. Decky has been re-engaged, after an absence of a few years, to conduct the youngest class in the school, for children of four. She is active in local communal organizations. Miss Mescheloff is a graduate of. the local Hebrew Academy and is a summer student of the Hebrew Institute of the Jewish Agency. Mrt. Fannie Selig where, under the direction of Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, and Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, more than 3,000 youth participated in the campaign last year. "It will take more and more volunteer workers to reach the rapoeacti Xoung Adults idly growing population in our Jewish comn^inity," said Kanner, addressing the committee last week. "It is our duty to strengthen Jewish life in our community by giving assistance to the annual Combined Jewish Appeal. In this way we can insure continued aid and support to the local institutions which affect our families and ourselves and also extend help to the Q/ffitiap<$Wl / Bob Stone, president of the Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces the group's plans for a social to take place in the Center Social Hall on Sunday evening, October 18th, 9 p.m. Members of the Social Committee planning the event are Don Marks. Debby and Lucille Graboyes, Jane Goldstein, Arlene Weisblatt and Elaine SchwartzI 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 Dade Federal Yes, thousands oi Greater Miami folks save millions of dollars in this friendly savings institution. 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PAGE 8 -lewis* ******* FRIDAY. OCT ORPy 1. Or. iW Mn. Mai Ifeeis* Max Lipkinds To Mark Golden Wedding Anniversary: Physician Is Noted Author Dr and Mrs Max Lipkind. of Mi affairs. He a as a .seedy naayii ami Beach, will celebrate their gol utor to Harofe Harm, the den wedding anniversary on Sun Medical Journal One ef h day evening. October 18th. at the. articles there was Lincoln Manor. 2 Lincoln Road, ease In the Medical Record he The couple wore married October, was responsible for a mj ef the 1903. in New York City I development of specialization la Dr Lipkind is a graduate of addition, hehas written revieColumbia University and received various medical works Ohio Riles Unite Joan Weiss. Gordon Mormorstein; Father (lives Her Away Miss Joan Rosalyn Weiss, of 2230 SW 10th Street. Miami, became the bride of Gordon Marmorstein, aon of Mr and Mrs. Harry Marmor stem. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. on Sunday. October 11th. in a 2:90 p.m cervnu>n> With Rabte Harry Levine officiating, the "vows were exchanged in the B'nai 1-rael Synagogue. Steubenvilie Ohio, where the bride's parent-. Mr and Mrs. Emanuel Weiss, reside Given in marriage by her father. the former Miss Weiss was attired in a flonrlength gown of chantilly lace over satin The fitted bodice ii. fashioned with sweetheart neck.ine and point-to-hand sleeves which had diamond insets of nylon tulle Her scallop crown was of matching lace over satin, with the < top of the crown finished in a singar row of day seed pearls. Her illusion veil was elbow-length and of nvlon tulle The tew* carried the same Bible 'as her sister at her own wedding. Adorning it were two white orchids with liry-of-the-valley stream "ers. Matron of honor was Mrs. EstrUe Ruth Wander, sister of the bode She wore a cocktail-length silk shantung dress of rose taupe. with a sweetheart neckline and tiny cap sleeves. A lace overskirt. 'NT" Mrs. the MD degree from Long Island Dr Lipkinri also contributed to^domed w jth flowers and petal.of University in 1917. He then prac numerous Zionist magazines a n d | rnme^ones. augmented the -ilk in New York City ; periodicals, submitting articles in sha,,,^,. was a member of English. Hebrew and Yiddish. UpMjss F | orence Marmorstein. sisticed medicine until 1940 He the courte-v staff at Mount Sinai! ward.; of 30 of his columns have apH.'-pital in New York City and on j the permanent staff of Bronx Hospital there. A former assistant attending sur geon for the US Public Health Service. Dr Lipkind served as a rredical officer in the US Coast' Guard dunns World War I 1c 1940. he retired and came to .V-.ami Beach with his wife BeDr. Lipkind ia member of the American Medical Association and an honorary member of the New York Medical Society A Matter Mason he was affiliated with the Gulden Rule Lodge Long active in Jewish affairs, he belonged to Dta tnct No 13. Zionist Organization of America, was a member and offi cer in the Hebrew Speaking Americas Physicians Association and after his ttrement here participat ed in the work of the Bureau of. Jewish Education. ZOA and the Jewish National Fund Dr Lipkind hawritten extens ively both on medical and Zionist Miss Golden Becomes Mrs. Hyman Biern Miss Rose Marion Golden became the bride of Hyman Btem in a ceremony m the study of Rabbi Joseph Narot on September Mtk Ha, Ruth Koiber. of Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, si-ter of the bridegroom, .and Robert Brush attended the couple The bride is the daughter of ter of the giu e m. wabridcsmaid peared in The Jewish Floridian. A recent article about him by novel i-t Isar Tolu.-h entitled. Age With gm9 ^ l ^ tt necktot and fitted bod A Smile, was published by Amerikaner. Yiddish American m a g azine 0*rim Meramrtfeia FUrayai tor. of the firm of Weintraub. Martin. Schwartz ft. Spector. Formerly of Philadelphia, Mr. Marmorstein has lived in Miami for the past two years. He is a graduate of Philadelphia schools. Presently, he is a member of Miami Beach Young Adults and Miami Beach Masada He is active in Local 698 of the International Association of Bridge, Structural and attired in a forest green cock tail Ornamental Ironworkers Union. He length dress of nylon tulle, with a The Lipkinds have two sons. Dr. William Lipkind studied with the world famed Dr Franz Boas at Columbia University and is now a Lecturer in Anthropology at New York Univer-ity. Norman Lipkind is an attorney with the New York Supreme Court Both are married. Some 50 persons prominent in the Greater Miami area will gather to honor the couple at the golden wedding affair Chairmen in charge of arrangements are Mr and Mrs. Jacob Fishman. of Miami Beach. active Zionists who recently return ed from a survey of Israel's tndus I tries On the committee with them : are Mr and Mrs Morris Newmark. j Dr and Mrs. Z Sabshin and Pearl | and Sarah Wallman ice fashioned into a full skirt. A tiny matching headpiece and mitts augmented her outfit Ringbearer was Avrum Morris Weiss, brother of the bride, who carried the twin wedding rings for the double ring ceremony on a white satin pillow. Jerome Fox. i brother in law of the groom, was best man. Brother of the bride. i Jack Marvin Weiss, was usher. 1 Emil Lexine played the piano solos Formerly of Steubenville. the bride has lived in Miami for the past fiye years 9h* is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and was active in extrsxeurricular activities there. Presently, she is a B'nai B nth Girls advisor, member of Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women, and the only young adult to serve on the Board of Directors of the Greater MiamJew ish Federation. She is employed as a private legal secretary to J. Bernard Specis associated with the Ludman Corporation. A reception followed the ceremony at the B'nai Israel Synagogue. Out-of-town guests included the bride's grandmother, Mrs. A. Jacobs, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania; her great aunt, Mrs. A. Schulbof, McKeesport; an aunt: Mrs. Rose Weiss, of Miami; the groom's sister. Miss Florenoe Marmore, of New York; and relatives of both the bride and groom from Akron. Ohio. Philadelphia and Mc Keesport The couple will reside at 1801 NE 2nd Court. Miami, upon their return here. Mn. GtrtH (.' Sondra Yaskolka Given Away Sunday. The marriage of their danhl ter, Sondra, to Gerald KJKU "* Port Lauderdaie. has ban saj nounced by Mr and Mrs. Man Yaskolka, of 5290 SW 15th Sa The ceremony took place SradaJ at the West Miami Jewish' with Rabbi Alfred \Vdvman of Mr i Mrs. Jack Kaminer. Lake *'a was attended by Man in Schj, The couple will live in For. Lavj derdale Ann MeverBeeome*B#ide ()f Sidney Neiscn: Chooses FIo**rentfth Nylon (iouifi Levine, Schechter I Troth Announced Their wedding date has not yet > been set. but Miss Rosalyn Levine i and Mr. Norman Schechter are making plans for the impending nuptuals. The bride-elect is the daughter I of Mrs Sylvia Levine. 2300 SW lJHh Terrace. Miami, and the late At a 7 30 p na. ceremony held oa October 6th ia the Sorrento Hotel, Miss Ann Judith Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meyer, 2388 SW 23rd Street, Miami, became the bride of Stanford Allen Neisen. son of Mr and Mrs. Sid ney Neisen. 13IS South Biscayne Point Road. Miami Beach Rabbi Mayer Abrampwitz officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a floorlength gown of nylon tulle and chantilly lace The fitted bolero of g chantilly lace had long point-onI hand sleeves and a Peter Pan stand up collar. The gown had a bouffant skirt of nylon tulle with a in Franklin, Klein Will Reside On Beach Miami Beach attorney Donald I Robert Klein and his bride, the for mer Eleanor Ruth Franklin, will! live on Normandy Isle, following* j their honeymoon in Mexico CMj i and Acapulco. The couple were wed in the; grand ballroom of the Hotel Syra cuse. Syracuse. New York, on Oe tober 7th Rabbi Irwin I Hyman I of Temple Adath Yeshurun. offi i dated. .The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Max L Franklin! Syracuse. Miami Beach winter resi i | dents. Mr. Klein is the son of Mrs I j Morton Klein, who attended the' ceremony, and the late Mr Klein of Palm Beach. Dr. Richard Swan, of Miami Following their wedding trip to j Beach, was best man. Nassau, the couple are at home at j A reception and dinner followed i 1327 SW 3rd Street. | the nuptials at the Hotel Syracuse i panel of lace forming a point Benjamin Levine. Formerly a res, tfte Wk of ^ • dent of Trenton. New Jersey, she graduated from Miami High School and attended the University of Miami Mr Schechter also attended the UM. where the couple met. He was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi Fralenity. His parents are Mr. and The two-tiered elbow length veil of silk illusion fell from a nylon tulle headpiece appliqued with the matching lace. The bride carried white orchids and tube roses on a white Bible. Miss Eileen Shumer was maid of Mrs Paul Schechter. Monticello. honor and wore a nylon net gown New York Richard Golden. 1327 SW 3rd Street. and the late %  a Kate Golden ** laaafra Uvia* of turquoise The skirt was made in tiers, and the gown had a halter neckline She carried a colonial bouquet of talisman roses. Miss Carol Meyer, faster of the bride, was bridesmaid, and she wore a ballerina-length dresa of pink taffetu. carrying a colonial bouquet of pastel pompoms. Fred Diamond was heat man. Gerald Davis acting as usher. Soloist was Miss Roberta Weiner The bride's ma thai was attired in a toast color cocktail dress of silk taffeta and ware an eorsage The bridegroom's wore a pale blue cocktail dress aad an orchid wrist corsage. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony hi the Florentine Dining Room of the SorrenU Hotel. Both the bride and groom attended the University of Florida. nan fees*** (\V. rner K I where the couple met Wgjj the brideeroom i .^STaaSi Fort Jackson. South i^gjJS the Armed Force.Deparaucw Finance it-tat* After a wedding W ^ the Buuthern -fates, t* '"£ will reside at 3204 Devil*. 1--T bta. South Carolina ^ The bride was honored m ^, prenuptial parties. The %  was a miscellaneous *7^^. by her maid of honor at %  "jg me SW 24th A**2 -5W evening. September guests were pre>>_ -**,: The eeeoed party u***^ by her grandmotheiv A. Meyer, an Sur" October 4th Mrs. mother of the tr^J"!^ dated by Mrs !rv Some 55 guests were,



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%Trk -TDBER 16, 1953 >Je*istiflcrf(f *tr7 PAGE 9 Entertain San Juan Mayoress, I Attorney General Over Weekend > Edge home oi Mr L Weissel on Granada horal Gables, was the Jfor an early afternoon [ ora Felisa Rincon de oress of San Juan, 5, nnra de Gautier was by her husband, Dr. %  „ho is San Juan's ash-y general. Lutiers, who are frets at Water's Edge, arjami Saturday evening Th <• unveiling of the nstophcr Colujnbus in j-k nn Monday. Accomjieir sons, Buddy and lid Mrs. Weisel were Sunday dinner in the [Hotel, with Dr. and Jautier as guests of Int were Mr. and Mrs. an, Miami Beach, Mr. Miami Beach, and Mr. |rbcrt (ielcrnter, Coral noon, the Weissels entertained the visiting dignitaries at lunch on the University of Miami campus. Joining them and the de Gautiers were Coral Gables Mayor and Mrs. David Hendrick, U of M President Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson and Mrs. Pearson, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Doren Tharpe, Dr. and Mrs. Thurston Adams, Coral Gables City Manager William Mcllwain and Mrs. Mcllwain and Mrs. M. Neher, Coral Gables city commissioner. Also* present were Mr. C. Poorman, Coral Gables finance director, and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Weissel's niece, Miss Gloria Goodman, and several exchange students from Puerto Rico. Prior to the luncheon, the dc Gautiers were greeted at City Hall by Mayor Hendrick and received keys t the city. On Monday evening, the Wots***? were guests of Dr: and'Serrwrn do j Gautier at an intimate fartylh tflet' Columbus Hotel after the unveiling of the statue in Bayfront Park. Relaxing on the terrace of Water's Edge are Dr. de Gautier and Senora Felisa Rincon de Gautier, San Jupn dignitaries. Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel are seated at their riqht. Lerrft Roy Weiseefc Buddy Weissel looks on. lie On Tour \\, Europe In. Aaron Fair left > a tour of Europe, flyev. York to Lucerne, After a week's visit at nt sights in SwitterIrill proceed to Rome will attend the Intervention of the Amerinf Travel Agents and Mr. and Mrs. William fve been in Europe for nth. IMi.v Aaron Farr will De to travel to Israel Farr. an executive of I will consult with au|ounsm, and Mrs. Farr, in communal affairs tisit I he Hebrew Uni|dassah Hospitals and %  projects. two countries to be he Farrs on their six111 be France and Spain. ail on the SS Andrea 3ilraltar and arrive in tv on Thanksgiving. Richard Blank liar Mitzvah Saturday Richard Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blank, of 1410 SW 17th Terrace, Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, October 17th, at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Richard is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is a member of the Film Club. He i.s also a member of the Junior Deputy Sheriff's League. The Bar Mitzvah attends the Religious School of the Miami Hebrew School. He will conduct services and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Kiddush will be served in the Bar Mitzvah's honor by his parents following the services. Inc. Friedman %  age ot his mother, Mrs. ptine. to Sam Friedman onounccd here by Dr. |ine. The ceremony took Dade County Courtfctober 5th. Friedman and Mrs. Iwdcrs were, attendants. feds will live at 1510 pet. Miami. |Bl.r DOMESTIC HELP LE DAY WORKER* IEMPLOYMEHT SERVICE Streat Phono t-(40t ElDLNBEBQ. OwnOI •iefcord Ummk Nurse Offers Room ft Board to elderly people. Lovely home, private room, special attention to diet, reasonable. Call 44227. "/.? KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-250J or 84-2078 (Evenings) CompUtt Supervision of Gredter Miami Voad Hak. cial consideration with difficult % children. Voice production if die* \ tired fer Bar Mitzvahs. Call 5 2500 > (a.m. only). 4 It o u e k e P p e r Refined, intelligent women wishes to maintain home for single businessman. $159 month, highest references. Phone 87-3888. Dan B. Ruskin. honorary president oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, left Thursday from Miami Inter,.nqi Airport to attend a ference of world leaders irfferusalem. The conference was called in response to an emergency invitation from Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. I ilfi^fl£5 the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.S. pat. off. Miami • Miami Beach Ft. Laudardala West Palm Beach I tittle bag of a girdle *r pmmty girdle lhat %  leeks, ellaae, Irlaaa j • %  ie> fashleaa liar L #% PANTY GIRDLE $C95 5 Firm rayon power net. flexible oa your own skin, let* your body breathe while it holds hips in line rayon satin lastex Iront panei adds extra firmness lor a .• nooth tummy line. Designed lor both jur lor and average slue. Small. nt iium and large. White only. r 43 W. Fl.tUI.KB STBKKT MAL 3-3*IB ISS MUACU MlUt. C 6. — B3-3BB3 SB S. B. F1BST STBKKT BIAL 3-IBBB S33B SJt. adl AVL, — aHAa. BB-TB41



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i / tor* kr.TOBER 16. 1953 'Jm/lsJincridBMi PAGE 11 OBAL SHORTS lartment Actions ZOA President (JTA) — Concern in actions" of the State j! regarding Israel was hora byRabbi Irving sident of the Zionist OrJof America, addressing IZiotiist leaders from all tic country attending a the ZOA Administra|il at Hotel Roosevelt. Asii these actions "are likeabout a regrettable e atmosphere of Amerrrlatiotis," the ZOA laid thsy "have produced bewilderment and aeod anti-Israel propathdr efforts to make Ifiat a major change in l act taken place." Lion Feuchtwanger To Accept Award From East Germany LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Lion Feuchtwanger, noted German Jewish author who fled the Nazis, learned here this week that he had been awarded this year's East German National Priie for his work in art and literature. The award was made by President Wilhelm Pieck. Mr. Feuchtwanger indicated, through his secrejtary, that he would accept the award. He recently accepted another award from West Germany. Gets Israel's 1954 ns Purchasing Plan IE 'JTA)—A list of the ch I-rael would like to Wing the forthcoming unrter the terms of the treaty has been sub|lh German authorities Purchasing Mission a, t h e next several %  c mtents will be the negotiations between German experts. Until ha', been reached, no bnouncement about the the proposals will be American Books Oust Soviet Literature From Israel Market WASHINGTON (J T A) -iflffl'eTlcan books and magazines, sent to Israel under the International' Media Guaranty Program, have caused Communist publications-no be forced out of the Israel market, it was reported here this week by Theodore C. Streibert,' director of the new US Information Agency. "In Israel, previous to the launching of the Media Guaranty Program in September, 1952, virtually no US books or periodicals were available in the bookstores or on newstands. Reading material of Russian origin was on sale throughout the country," the report said. Members Of Israel Cabinet Witness Military Maneuvers TEL AVIV (JTA)—Members of the Israel Cabinet this week witnessed Israeli Air Force units participate in coordinated maneuvers with ground units and in separate air-to-air operations. In operations designed to show the attack possibilities of all types of planes in the A i r Force, "R e d" squadrons "bombed" airdromes of "Black" forces, while "Black" heavy bombers and medium fighfers and bombers made mock attacks on defending cities and industrial centers, as well as communication lines. Italy's Relations With Israel Are Good, Premier Indicates 1 :BOME (JtEAli— Italy's relations iMtkrth'-fttoun(StutjHHjf>IJraul:are Cx)d t :i Giuseppe PfeUttfltatarfn***-. raicr and Foreign Minister, told the Italian Parliament this week during a general review of Italian foreign relations. The Premier declared that Italian relations with the Arab States, particularly Egypt, had "never been closer." He expressed the hope that rela tions between Israel and the Arab states would soon become "good" in their "common interest." New Jersey Supreme Court Reserves Decision On Bibles TRENTON (JTA)—The New Jersey Supreme Court this week reserved decision on an application for a permanent injunction against the distribution of copies of the King James version of the New Testament and parts of the Old Testament in public schools in this state. IZFA Hoars Rabbi The University of Miami Chapter of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America will meet on Sunday, October 18th, 8 p.m., at Beth David Synagogue, 2625 SW 3rd Avenue. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro. He will discuss the history of modern Zionism. Cabaret Night Featured Cabaret night, will be featured by members of thstHialeah-Miami Springs Jewish'iCbamntmity Center on Sunday evening^ Leaders Institute Slated On Sunday Young Judaea Leaders Institute will be Aeld on Sunday at the Bureau of Jewis'h Education bdUdIng, 135 NW 3rd 1 Avenue, under nie auspices of the Greater Mi'amf Zionist Youth Commission, according to Joe Pardo, Commission president. Sessions are scheduled to begin at 1 p.m., and will include singing, Hebrew, arts and crafts, games and evoluation techniques. In charge of various groups will be Hinda Bricklin, Roni Hyman and Ellen Lightstone. Mrs. Bea Solloway and Mrs. Belle Miller are in charge of arrangements. lions Informs US of 'Border Violations" IGTON (JTA) — The Btes has been informed kit' —The trustees of the State University of New York this week ordered all fraternities, sororities and similar organizations in state-operated colleges to sever their connections with national organizations because in at least three instances, the national fraternal groups had refused to permit local chapters to accept Jews or Negroes as members. Chapters of 25 national fraternities and sororities on 11 state university campuses are affected by the order. Military Court Finds Youth Guilty In Underground Work TEL AVIV (JTA) — An Israeli military court at Sarafand ha> found one defendant guilty and acquitted another in the second trial of youths charged with membership in an illegal underground organization. Reuben Peretz was acquitted on the ground that there was insufficient .evidence presented to warrant a conviction, while his cotdefendant, Zeev Yeivin, was found guilty. ugdrine Compare TETLET TEA with any other brand NOW You Can Drink All The Iced Tea You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS, OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Pur* Harmless Economical •FAMOUS •INCf 1(37 Catholic Organization Criticized For Attack NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbi Israel Goldstein, president of the American Jewish Congress, this week sharply criticized The Tablet, a diocesan weekly published in Brooklyn, for its attack on the late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. The Tablet had upheld assertions made by Benjamin Gitlow before the House Committee on Un-American Activities that Dr. Wise, the late Rabbi Judah L. Magnes, John Holmes and other Protestant clergymen had collaborated with the Communists "in the early 1920's." 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TT.TTM nn tr / OCtOfeR' 16, 1953 +Jew 1st ncriaUan PAGE 13 [ard Tfiifer Concert Next Thursday; >|j Parliament Members Will Attend ,ntinud from Paa |r (ilasser 1 added, "and I -strongly reconr.nend all lovers to visit headquarters earliest possible conveniorder to guarantee being f al the evening of music." b indicated that there would Solicitation on behalf of IsLls at the concert, three members of the Is-. blcjutiui) haje distinguished |l\<^?imerff|e fir the young faev. w w tof fitjablished himof the outstanding fig ;aelV|flJyF l^e as a solT ii,i. economist, pioneer apd Isfcajrleader. He has i number of the Knesset ,-ac! achieved Statehood and imber of the Committee on il Affairs and Defense, lieutenant in General Wav ces in World War U, he if a liro.np of 1,400 Palescaplureil'by the Germans IC e. During four years of .iment. heAelped plot more 1,000 attempts at escape. lerly a Special Economic to the Israel Government, ian has for the past thirty jen closely associated with irld Zionist movement. •as born in Russia some 51 1 Dr. Arytk Mm— igo and is one of the staunchliCommunistsin the world, ed to prison In Russia from 1924 for his Zionist activr. Altman played a key role oak-and-dagger seal-life draresulted in the release of rge.-t single shipment of ever to sailIron a Soviet pr Palestine. Mtman is a graduate of the sity of Odessa, where he in law and economics. the early 1930's, he majLEUAi. NOTICE IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IP*. IN AND FOR OAOE TV. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S340S KT M i; VVKTTB. I lain tiff, Bill s UAVBTTE, a.k.a. 'J WKTTE. Defendant. )TICE BY PUBLICATION IJZAHKTH .s. QAVBTTE, k.. fcRTTY TlUviCTTE I U. I'm'v, 8 ['"'i''" %  ''•innartlcut ARi: HKItKrtY NOTIFIED '"; < Conrplalat For Divorce fn nii-ii HKHliiHt you, and you nulrt-il i,, serve a cony of your '" <• %  Hill of Complaint I or on the i.taintifra attorney*. genet, l:u Um-oln Road. Ml*''n. I 1 %  • %  id....and (lie the oHfIMJWei in the Office of the Clerk '< in-ill Court, on or before the %  %  >' "i Novemtier. 1*51. or a if" 'oiif.-HBO v.-Ill enured It you. W> i" Miami, FrtirUta. lhl Hth ">l.,|„r, I .;,3. %  "* %  %  HERMAN, 1 1' IK, Circuit Court, Oeputy Clerk 11/6 Wishes He Could Be Prouder About Role Continued from Page 1 through the United Jewish Appeal. He noted that while he was "proud of the role of the United Nations in Palestine," he wished he "could be far prouder" of its record there. "For had the world acted sooner and with greater determination to uphold its partition decision," he declared, "had it acted quickly and collectively, the tragedy of the Palestinian war would probably never have occurred." Arab refugees "one of the bitterest fruits of the Palestine war," asserting that these refugees "will never be able to rebuild their lives in a wholesome way, despite United Nations assistance, until a workable program of resettlement and re integration generously supported from the outside has been put iotn / effcct,:;iM.fVj l 'd(td Israel's "atwaai m i gh t %  Richard Tucker ored in economics and political science at the Graduate School of New York University. Renowned military. leader in Israel's War of Liberation, George Flesch is one of the great Jewish athletes in modern history. Formerly the General Secretary of the Maccabi Sports Organization of Austria, Mr. Flesch is a water polo champion. He has also competed in Olympic swimming meets and, in 1930, was runner-up in the 100-meter free-style swim at the Maccabi World Games in Pratfue. Mr. Flesch now considers himself more the coach than the active player. He is currently chairman of the Israel Maccabi Association and is responsible for arranging for the international gamesj.tety/fW-i^taUy^irv W** 1 The meets bringtogether top. Jewish sportsmen from' all parts of the world. HT Beach Center Men Hold Dinner-Dance The Men's Club of the. Miami Beach Jewish Center will open its new season with a dinner-dance on Sunday, October 18th, at the Algiers Hotel. According to president Irving Cypen, it will be the initial affair of a comprehensive program of activity "intended to create greater solidarity among the hundreds of members of the Men's Club which strives for accomplishment of Center aims in its high spiritual and cultural position in the community." Arrangements for the evening, which will accentuate "a fall frolic theme," have been assigned to Dr. Don Michnoff, Harry B. Smith, Al Ossip, Allen Goldberg. Julius Jay Perlmutter, Michael Salmon and sftroad btU '.'' UMJM Adult Social Group Sets Harvest Moon Dance The Adult Social Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Town Branch, announces Its harvest moon dance on Saturday evening. October 24th. The Adult Social Grodp is open to all men and women who -are unmarried and over 28 years old. Zelda Rose and Irving Saal are Dance Committee chairmen for the evening. Others on the committee are Maralene Lurie, Ed Cantor, Ernie Fuld, Mac Wyden and Jack Fils. Happy times cue in store for the Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center as Al Ossip and president Irving Cypen review arrangements for the Fall Frolic Dinner-Dance at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday, October 18th. Plans include audience participation. Dinner starts at 7 p.m., in the Scheherazade Room, with Mai Malkin's orchestra for dancing. Cypen. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving i ning's entertainment will include Lehrman will attend along with a number of audience participation some 100 couples. [events. Professional entertainment The "frolic" portion of the eveI is also scheduled. t' -SI rV.' : % %  ,• %  rTODth'Ht-HUK Friedman To Install Milton A. Friedman will be installing officer, and master of ceremonies at the installation of officers of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, on Sunday. October 18th. Main address will be given by Rabbi Max M. Landman, of Zamora Jewish Center, Coral Gables. Rabbi Rackovsky Named Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Congregation, Beth Tfilah, was this week appointed to the Torah Jour Committee of the Rabbinica! Council of America. Announcement of the appointment ment was made by Theodore L. Adams, president. KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS 8 AJtf. TILL NOON ANGERS & BROKERS I N S (APONETTf S UUETS .. 45c lb. 45c lb. 49c lb. 55c lb. nUS I0r Ml CHICKEN FOR KIUMQ winy Acres Poultry & Fish Market A. M. 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PAGE 14 B'nai B'rith Women Slate Affairs; Luncheons, Speakers Are Featured Coral Gables Chapter, B'nai, B'nai B'rith Women will celebrate B'rith Women, will give a mem-1 the 300th anniversary of the first bership dessert luncheon-and card Jewish community In th,c United >Jb#^/fcrfcterL = 2gS = CX?0BER party at 12:30 p.m„ #n "Euesday, October SfJth. IVI the nome of "Mrs. Selmer Lazar, 3170 SW 4th Street. Mrs. S. D. Lesser, Mrs. A. Sejdler and Mrs. J. L. Rogers are co*ostesses. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Georgia Brenner and Mrs. Saul Bodian. • • • Flamingo Lodge and Chapter of B'nai B'rith will hold and old fashioned square dance and Halloween party on Wednesday. October 21st. 8:30 p.m., at the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center. Mrs. Carolyn Sachs and Bernard Levine are in charge of arrangements. • • • By popular demand. Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women are giving another of their frequent smorgasbord and card parties on Tuesday, October 20th. 12 noon, at the Republican Club, 1947 West Flan ler Street. Mrs. Bernard Tytell. chairman, and Mrs. George Liebman. co-chairman, are taking reservations. The group also held a membership social Thursday at the home of its president. Mrs. Herman J. Goldstein. 600 SW 25th Road. Mrs. Mary Burns was co-hostess. • • • A meeting dedicated to the work of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization will be held at the North Dade Jewish Center on October 20th. 8:30 p.m.. under the auspices of the North Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. District BBYO chairman, will b guest speaker. • • The Miami Beach Chapter of Cruz Colls For Influx Of Industry To Miami Delio Cruz has established temporary headquarters at 1944 SW 8th Street. He is a candidate for the post of Miami City Commissioner. In a statement this week, Cruz i said that he proposes to have the City of Miami establish an organized program toward bringing desirable industry into this area. "Unless we sell Miami to a new group of industries in a businesslike and organized method. Miami's growth will be slow and uncertain. Mere growth of a city by increased population without a stable economy to support it is dangerous and eventually can lead to economic disaster," Cruz said. Explaining that the Miami area has a wonderful climate and fine scenery, Cruz said that these commodities were not enough and that tangible industry was needed to back them up. "While Miami's growth is inevitable," the candidate said, "its planning is negligible. By furthering industry here, we can secure jobs for our residents." Cruz also proposed extending relations between Latin American countries and Miami with an eye toward obtaining improved trade relations and favors a.Zoning and Planning Board "free from any and all political influence." States and the 110th birthday of the B'nai B'rith organization at a membership kickoff brunch at the Kmpress Hotel on Tuesday. October 20th, 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Dave Alper, who has just returned from an extended tour through Israel, will be guest speaker. The group will also hold its Menorah games party at the Empress on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m., with Mrs. Clare Isaacs in charge. • • • William Roget will be guest speaker at a meeting held by the Emma \^zarus Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on Monday, October 19th. at the El Commodore Hotel. Roget is an authority on beauty culture. roV? • The ltotth"*hore Chapter "'of B'nai R'rith tv'orpen Will hold its weekly Meoorafc games party at the Monte Cartyjhotel on Wednesday, October 21a*. I p.m. <* • i Metropolitan Council' f B'nai B'rith Men "antf Wbnlen' of Greater Miami will be hosts to Veterans at Pratt General Hospital, Coral Gables, during a Fall Show in the auditorium of the hospital on Sunday evening, October 18th, 7:30 p.m. This is the first of a series of monthly shows arranged for the veterans the third Sunday of every month. Mr. David Linn and Mrs. Helen Sanders, Veteran chairmen, announced. Bande! Lists Planks In New Pla !.] i Robert Murray Chaikin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chaikin, 790 West 49th Street, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, October 17th, in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the congregation. A student in the Religious School oi the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Robert is also in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. Allen Streicher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Streicher, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at Congregation Beth Jacob. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate. Allen is a student at the Ida M Fisher Junior High School and attends the Beth Jacob Religious School. A reception will follow the ceremony. £ .Sx IvjCUST BROS R V| l\ fr-i-BMr FREE This Radio 1954 Westinghouse Clock Radio for a new $5,000 account or an addition of $5,000 to your prasent account Other gifts for new accounts from $500 up We are celebrating our 20th Anniversary MIAMI BEACH mmmmM FEDERAL • Uea MMNOmeC: MOtTHSHOM BRANCH: SOUTH tHORf MANCM: IswotaM.l WMMwlMA*. 71tt It. ft Nsrttaf AN. • Cardiac Hospital Lunch Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital will have a luncheon and cara party at Melvin Cohen Hall on Tuesday, October 20th. Hostesses for the event are Mrs. Bella Jacobson, Mrs. Lil Groner and Mrs. Sarah Parnes. Israelite Center Meeting A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Israelite Renter will be held at the Center onTuesday, October 20th, 8:13 p.m. David Granat is chairman of the Board. Prior to his departure for Talla hassee to attend a two-day session of the Florida Tuberculosis Board, Louie Bande!,' candidate for the Miami City Commission in the Novomber elections, announced his progressive program. Foremost goals in Bandel's program call for additional storm sewers and adequate drainage and the reactivation of the Department of Research and Industrial Development. In announcing his platform, Bandel pointed out that the rains which have been battering Miami for the past two months have not only created tremendousproperty damage and traffic hazards, but also menaced the community's health. The former city commissioner id rountcttfc* tonrt judge said the aeftM*lwr*,i>r.:'fcesearch and Indj^tar' Dwelopment "should be reactivated to attract more light industry to the area which would provide additional employment for Miami citizens." Another important point in Ban 'del'* program urges the establishTalianoff. Hal kin At ABM< Meeting George J, Talianoff, chairman of the Anti-Defamation League, District No. 3, B'nai B'rith. and chairman of the. Florida ADL Executive Committee* and Gilbert J. Ballon, Florida ADL director, participated in the two day sessions last week -of the Southern Regional ADL Board in Atlanta. Talianoff presided at a special session comprised of the State ADL chairmen from throughout the South, at which plans were formulated for statewide ADL human relations programming. Talianoff also reported to. the general Board session on the progress of ADL programming through B'nai B'rith Lodges in the District. Highlight of the southern ADL Board sessions was the designation of William A. Early, of Savannah, Georgia, president of the National Education Association, to receive the 1953 Distinguished Service Award. &f &f &f TASTY and NUTRITIOUS and GOOD for EVERYONE J 76** Holland HONEY BREAD and CAKE I &f Excellent too for SPECIAL DIETS t &f No sggs, whoat. fat, sugar ac • syrup usod in thsss goods. This makes thsm vsry d&f riiabls foe allergy, sugai-r* %  trictsd. and low colon* diets. SaU-flM variety mads &f •specially ior low-sodium diets, A Ueml for chiUrrm'i 1mm*k me tmmck. Mod* by HOLLAND HONEY CAKE COMPANY, Holland, Michigan C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 N.E. 30th St. SAftDotf iff2/ It's not"flickin'chicken-it's IN MIAMI HACH IN DONOR PLEDGE FULFILLED! QUKKLY PLEASANTLY INTERESTINGLY Use The Jewish Floridian Prow Mm CALL MILTON BALSAM 2-8212 'WWW*W/\^\^ ment of a hugeU !" Vr away from the-da** fie congestion The ctflta accommodate train and I sengers and also kptf convenient facilities f„ r elers. His other aims include i ing of additional 'tot' M project he fathered whttfl on the city commisvj,^ ago. more swimming p^ greatly stepped-up prognjj! paving and widening of7^ L'uie BsM V. m '" %  "• R| Builders of Imi Memtfials for tli Jewish Trail MM •."-• Look for the 2-Stom Building Thurmond Monument I MARKERS $40.00 PUT CEMETERY CHARGE Open Sundays Phoos < ..-*• L^^M^K^^*SWW^**W* Listen To SCWACHTEH'S Now Yiddtoh NORMAN B. LYONS. irtcroi IMa



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fW" 1 rOBER 16, 1953 +Jewli*n r Hton PACE 15 [ I UNDER FICTITIOUS nrr I? IO&FTBY GIVEN that, e.~ir~1 desiring to engage In A.r ihe fictitious name of jrftTTUB WALL. t II %  W. •Si" Mount Intend, to r*g17—., with the Clerk of the 11??. S -de County. Horid.. Rlourt 01 ERMAN UORTA Jpt OARS C, for Ap-llmntB [ Kl.iKl'r Street M -. ILL— f^TuNDEH FICTITIOUS L ..I^FTBTGIVEN that Enactied, desiring to engage In E under the fictitious name of F mom RESTAURANT. at Euint) rT>rld2. intend, to .reftLnan.,with the Cleric ofthe r,v,un "' •> %  "> County. Florifla. IAKKAT REALTY CORP.. Inc. i-M-Il'* ^____^_ t^jc UNDER FICTITIOUS IfB WHEREBY GIVEN that u—limed, desiring to engage In 7 under the flctltlone name of gjjoRK HOTEL, at!Dade Florida, intends to i t' !" r j me with the Clerk of fW fc Clt- met of l>de County, Florida. .ARKAi" REALTY CORP., Inc. i.tt-11/l LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE W HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to cns;age In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAI, PURNITURE OCTLET, at 431 N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Intend" to register said name with the Clerk of the Ctrcult Court of Dad* County, Florida. JOSEPH COHEN 10/13-23-30 — 11/3 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HER Eli Y OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL CUTLBRY COM PANT S ot inc.), at 1106 N.W. tTth Ave., laml, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MILTON K. STONE (sole owner) MYKR8. HRIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant CM Seybold Building 1072-9-16-23 riCC UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CK is HF:REBT C-TVEN that (reigned, desiring to engage l i under the fictitious name of BDI'CTS CO., at 60S Uncoln Jkml Ueuch, Intends to reglsM "" %  l,n ,ne Clerk of the %  court of Hade County, Florida,. 'r^ ALF-RED OBOLKR e*811' hCE UNDER FICTITIOUS *. NAME LAW JrJB IS HEREBY OIVEN that Crsljn.-d, desiring to engage In le under the fictitious name of %  TAKE TRANSFER CO.. at 7 Tlth Street, Miami, Florida, lute regh.fr said name with the kf the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. JACK MITCHELL fT ROTH Jfor Applicant MO n i ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PB IS HEREBY GIVEN that jratgne.l. desiring to engage In l trader the fictitious name of S E8T MIAMI TRAXHrTSK t N.W. 54th Street, Miami, \ latend> to register said name Clerk of the Circuit Court Countv. Florida. JACK MITCHELL FT Id >TH for Applicant J.Jfl n ,; ITICE UNDER .FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |lt"E IS HEREBY OIVEN that dr sn w |. deMrlng to engage In under 'he fictitious name of AN ,Ni KSKRXSCHOOL, at > %  '.Ave, Miami Beach, Ineg**Ur said name with the [uf the Circuit *\>urt of Dade L. Florida. El. and ESTHER HTE1NMAN B.VN and SBLMA ROSE TtnoEN |e>' TOr Applicants CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW jKK IS HEREBY OIVEN that dtrslaned. n firing to engage In ainrier Hie fictitious name of I ANP TIDE CREATIONS, at tasbp Kt.,n Avenue. Intends to |r said name with the Clerk of cult Court of Dade County. .KAIHKRINR TAYLOR lAillT ft VON ZAMIT hvunii r. ,,uiing • % %  Meant %  •It — 11 u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE The undersigned -gtve notice of thelr Intentlon to 6% business under the fictitious name of FAIR VIEW FARMS at (05 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,. Dade County. Flori0a,l'hnl1Hle*Wl'lo> register aald fictitious neaps w||h Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. October 6, IKS: CHARLES ZEMEL %  -* ABRAHAM ZEMEL FANNIE ZEMEL JOSEPH ZEMEL 10/9-16-33-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name? of PEOOT-8 ORIGINALS, at 211 5th St., Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said mime with the Clerk of tint Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PEGGY SOLOMON (Sole Owner) 10/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ARMORY SUNOCO SERVICE STATION, at J77 N.W. 7th Avenue. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cuurt of Dade County, Florida. HARRY ALTMAN ALEX W El N STOCK CHARLES J. BODNER Attorney for Harry Altman and Alex Weinstock 10/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VARSITY LOUNGE, BAR, PACKAGE 8TORE, at M N.W. 1st 8t., Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CIVIC BAR INC. > %  ,.! i,. I'll A Florida CerpocaHon jay-l*i3-8 -.,:•,..,)•,/. Hoi ...0. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE i 7 1 m r '"Bs N Pv<_FOR DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PR&BAT6, N0..31128B ImBSl ri-T8, at P. O. Box nl Beach 39, Intend to regls_name with the Clerk of the ISourt of i>ad. County. Florida. PETEK SOBKL 8E1.WYN I.EVKNTHAL J-30 U'g Tj ".UNDtR FICTITIOUS ^^NAME STATUTE IgSJajrsiKiieu give notice of their %  to do business under the Jgjname of [HEKHERHOM RANCH juncoln Uoad. Miami Beach. %  ?-i, y '. V r '' 1 *' and lnte,,< > to %  wssia fictitious name with the l> vi"ZJ -""cult Court of Dade T Florida. October s, 1953. CUAHLEet ZEMEL AURA HAM ZEMEL FANNIE ZEMEL JOSEPH ZEMEL SlINRWPARK 'ot SOT, COdVAlUKEIICt -g • O0BK CASU % %  • MIAMI rinom* NOTICE UNDER FfCTlTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVFIN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HECTORS BAR A GRILL, at 7S1 N.!•:. 1st Ave., Miami.intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PAT FUOOl KESSLER A GARS Attorneys for Applicant 17S2 W. F^gler St. %  S 2.". — ID 2-9-16 N COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28044-B RE: ESTATE OF LYLE JONES. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FUMAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge ah Ancillary Admlnlatrator of the estate of LYLE JONES, deceased: and that on the 11th day of November, 1953. will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator M the estate of LYLE JONES, deceased. This th day of October, 1JM ll MORTON ROTHENBERG MORTON ROTHENBERG 410. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. Ancillary Administrator 10/9-16-33-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business laaM, the fictitious name of LION MOTORS, at 1760 S.W. 8th St., Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ~ ZELMAN S ROH1NOVE Sole Owner 10/16-23-30 — 11/6 TTEMTIOM ATTORNEYS! 0 l *ORvtTIO2V OUTFMTS toweat Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florido CoU the JEWISH FLORIDIAN ot v 2-4366 redMors and AU Persona Having Claims or Demands Agalnat Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate, of ROSE SINGER, deceased ufU ot Washington, District of Columbia, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date September 37. A.P. ISM. THELMA SILVEBMAN. Ad AnTHIary Executrix of the Ijst Will and Testament of. ROSE SINGER, Deceased. GEORGF; CHERTKOF Attorney for Executrix 10/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HFJREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In 1 business under the fictitious name of 1 HALEY'S BAR. at 1104 S.W. 8th St.. Miami, Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRANK D. HALEY MARTHA W. HALEY KESSLER & GARS Attorneys for Applicants 17S2 West Flagler SL 10/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business Under the fictitious name of ARLKNE OF MIAMI, at Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court df Dade County, Florida. -___ SAMUEL SOMMERS MARX M. FABER Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 10/i-lt-33-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TOWN HOUSE, at 150 10th Street, Miami Beach. Intends to register said nsme with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, H. A. R. Inc. A. J. KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants 3J0 Lincoln Rd. 9/25 — 10/2-9-13 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FAINT I'ltolHCTS 1.ISTR1BCTOR8. at 1119 S.W. First Street, Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS SM.VEIt.MAN S \\1 SILVERMAN PETE SILVERMAN ALBERT HI.EH II owners 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 N6TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the unSerslgned. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious na DIXON'8 OROVK RADIO SEKVICE, St 34K8 Main Highway. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A. DIXON M. DIXON W/2-9-16-23 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TA DEED „, N ,.%P. '• *. er *Jtldtlvdl,Olt BEN BOflKIN, bolder .of City,,*, Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate NtmlBeTed 73. dated the-4th day of June, 'A.D. 1351, has filed said "Certificate in my office, and • has made apsffcsrtton for tax steed, to Issue thereeti in accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt; Lot 4, Block 87, Fifth Addition to Htaleah, Plat Book 7. Page 88, In the CRy. at Hlaleah. County of Ode, State of Florida. The, assessment of. said property under the Certificate Issued whs In the name of Cnh—an. ITsasss saM Certificate shall-be redeemed according,to law, tx deed will issue thereon on the 11th day of November, A.D. 1953. Dated this 7th day of October, A.D. (Circuit Court Seal) E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By N. S. 8TERRETT, Deputy Clerk 10/3-18-23-SO — ll/ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. Ne. 1M1I1 ABRAHAM ALTMAN, Plaintiff vs. MAE ALTMAN. Defendant "^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed herein on plaintiffs attorney, RICHARD KR1KX1ER FINK. 413 Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida, and to file the original In the office of the Clerk of the above Court on or before the 9ih S IT of November, 1953, or a default 11 be entered against you. DATED this 2ndday of October, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 10/9-13-28-30 IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No; 2B4S BETTT HARRIS. Plaintiff. SAMUEL A. JjeWlB. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: HAM V El, A. LEWIS c/o Oert N. Wexler 2230 Pasadena, Detroit. Michigan TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Common Law action hasbeen filed against you In the Small Claum Court In and for Dade County, Florida by BETTY.HARRIS and yo\i are required to serve a copy of your. Answer or pleadings to the Complaint upon the Plaintiff's attorney, fSaorge J. Tauanoff. 430 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or pleadings in the office of the Clerk of the Small claims Court, Miami, Florida, or appear to defend theastlon, on or before tbe 2nd day of November. 1953, at-9:00 a.m.: said date being the date of trial in the above entitled cause; otherwise, judgment-by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. Dated this 28th day of September, 1983. Clerk of Small Claims Court R. W. GREESON, Deputy (Seal) GEORGE J. TAUANOFF. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 430 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 10/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKBV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE BEST EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, at 1159 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALICE HESS. Sole Owner IRVING H. PROPPER Attorney for Alice Hess, Owner 10/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BOINELL ORIGINAL, at 5 S.W. tad Avenue, Miami, Intends to register said name with the <"lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GARY OF MIAMI. INC. Sole Owner STANLEY RICHARD Attorney for Applicant < 605 Lincoln Road 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31063A In Re: ESTATF: <>E CHARLE8 WA8SER, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and reeralred to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of CHARLES WASHER, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County. Judges of Dade County, and Ble the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade Couttty. Florida, Within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as sforesald. or same will be barred. Date September 25. A. D. 19 53. NETTIE H. WASHER snd STANLEY H. WAS8ER As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of CHARLES WASSER. Deceased. LEONARD J, KALISH Attorney for Executors 10/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALPINE CIGARETTE SERVICE COMPANY, at 3154 S.W. 23rd St., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk-; of theCircuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Ml-RRAY TOISTER 9/18-23 — 10/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage li business under tiie fictitious name of MIAMI SHELL FACTORY, at 1054S Blscavne Blvd., Miami, Intend to register said flamVWH* the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade .County, Florida. % GLORIA ROMERO MOLINA FRED T. WALSH 9/18-25 — 10/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 90676 In Re: ESTATE OF EUGENE FINE. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons "Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of EUGENE F'lNE, deceased late of Hamilton County. Ohio, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse la Darin County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date Wepttember 18, A.D. 1953. JF:AN FINE, As Ancillary Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of EUGENE FINE. Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Ancillary Executrix 9/2.". — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BONDED MORTGAOE COMPANY, at 207-9 Pan American Bank Huildlng, Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM H. GRONER ALEX YOUNGBRMAN NORMA M1NSKY MYERS. HEIMAN and KAPLAN Attorneys for Owners 850 SevlMild Building 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51158 Notlee Is hereby given that NATHANIEL W. SIEGEL, holder of City of Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 301, dated the 4th day of June, A.D. 1951. has filed Bald Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with taw. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, sHuated In Dade County. Florida, to-wit: iTt 19. FHorfc 5*. Studs. Addition to Hlaleah. Putt Book 9, Page 5, m the City of Hlaleah, County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name of UNKNOWN. Unless ald Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 2tth day of October. A.D. 1953. Dated this 8th day of September, A.D. 1953. R B LEATHBRMAN# Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By N. C. Sterrett. Circuit Court Seal Deputy clerk 9/25 — 10/2-9-16-23 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tfc*) lowtsh Florldlcm soBcHs your togad Dettess. Wo


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 16, 1953

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

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:01341

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 16, 1953

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01341

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 27Number 42
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Bigot Haven
\Jews Flayed
\ln Mexican
{Newspapers
NEW YORK (JTA) A detailed
I rep< rt on the growing anti-Jewish
[propaganda in Mexico was pre-
Isented here this week to the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
I by "scar Cohen, its community
I sen.co director, following his re-
[turn from a tour of Mexican Jew-
ish communities where he survey-
fed conditions.
Cihcn reported that the Jews in
[Mexico suffer "no discrimination
[in eel-cation employment, housing
or social institutions, but are faced
[by constant and alarming attacks
[in the daily press." He pointed out
tot the press in Mexico is anti-
.. gner and attacks aainst Jews
(take place in this context. No week
pa-' without two or three major
[articles in Mexican dailies attack-
| ing Jews, he emphasized.
Though it considers the actual
[dander from any important anti-
Semitic movement to be small at
present, the Mexican Jewish com-
[munity is made uneasy by an ever-
(ere^ent potential- danger with
which it feels unable to cope," Co-
jhen stated. "In case of real trouble,
an Jews believe they do not
["have effective allies among other
elements of the population who
could constitute an important bul-
wark against anti-Semitism. Any
major political change can create
seric us difficulties for the Jewish
community, they feel."
Dulles and Eban Discuss US Munitions
Shipments, Aid to Arab League Nations
After long years of margarine, fresh butter is again appearing
on the tables of Israeli homes. At the new Israel .Bond-aided
Tnuva dairy in Tel Aviv, thousands of quarts of milk and tons
of butter cue each day processed and distributed to the grow-
ing population of the young republic's expanding industrial
city. .__________21
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
question of United States muni-
tions shipments to Arab League
states was among a number of mat-
ters taken up here ir/an hour-long
discussion of "the whole atmos-
phere of Israel-American relations"
held at the State Department with
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban and
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles as yie principal partici-
pants.
iur. Eban later said that the arms
discussion was included in "a gen-
eral survey" of issues which were
discussed in "a friendly and con-
structive spirit."
When he returned recently from
Israel. Mr. Eban talked with Sec-
retary Dulles about the broader as-
pects of Israel-American affairs. A
continuation of that discussion was
originally slated for October 2nd,
but was postponed until now ow-
ing to the illness last week of Hen-
ry A. Byroade, Assistant Secretary
of State for Near Eastern Affairs.
This was made known by a spokes-
man for the Israel Embassy. .
The meeting, the Ambassador
said, was a resumption of the re-
view of questions begun in the
first talk. He made it clear that
Wishes He Could Be
[Prouder About Role
< IKVELAND (JTA)Checks to-
I tailing $14,973,000 were presented
Ihere this week by Jewish leaders
i from various communities at the
final session of the two-day Nation-
\ al Report Conference of the United
Jewish Appeal, giving the UJA
close to 60 percent of the emerg-
ency $25,000,000 cash fund it is
seeking in the last four months at
[ the year. Presentations brought the
L'JA's receipts since January 1,
1953. to $59,526,000.
The conference, attended by
more than 1,000 UJA campaign
leaders, was Addressed by Edward
M. M. Warburg, Dr. Nahum Gold
mann. Rabbi Hillel Silver, former
UN Secretary General Trygve Lie,
William Rosenwald and others.
Trygve Lie lauded the aid given
by American Jewry to Israel
Continued on Page 14

Israel Association Asks Rumanians
To Release 20$ Imprisoned Zionists
, ,.TEL AVIV (JTA)The Israel As-
sociation of Jews from Rumania
has appealed to the Rumanian au-
thorities to release the 200-odd
Jewish and Zionist leaders under
arrest in that country and has
asked the Israel Government to ap-
peal to the Soviet Union to use its
good olfices to help expedite the
release of the Jews, it was revealed
here today by officers of the asso-
ciation. They also disclosed that
the organization had appealed to
the Rumanian authorities to per-
mit Jews with family members in
Israel to migrate from Rumania to
the Jewish State.
Speaking at a press conference
here, the Association spokesmen
said that they had received infor-
mation from Rumania that five
Zionist leaders had been sentenced
to prison terms of from ten to 18
years, following their conviction
on charges that included sabotage
and undermining the security of
the Rumanian state. Their prosecu-
tor was Eugen Christchenko, ai
anti-Semite who had served as
head of the Rumanian police dur

Tryavt II.
werM w slow
ing the Fascist Antonescu regime.
The five defendants, all of whom
pleaded innocent to the charges,
were Dr. Edgar Kenner, who head-
ed the Revisionist Party in Ru-
mania, S. Schittonowitzer, Pascue
Schechter and two men identified
only as Horowitz and Tabakaro.
It was also revealed that a sec-
ond tarial of Jewish leaders opened
in Bucharest October 4th, but no
information about the proceedings
is available here. Among the de-
fendants is Michael Benvenisti, for-
mer president of the Zionist Fed-
eration of Rumania; his wife, who
served as a clerk at the Israel lega-
tion in Bucharest; Dr. Jean Cohen,
former president of the World
Jewish Congress Rumanian sec-
tion; Jean Littman, a WJC leader
and director of the Jewish secon-
dary school in Bucharest; and Miss
Jetta Leibovitz, Mapam leader in
Rumania. It is known, the Associ-
ation official said, that the de-
fendants have been given an oppor-
tunity to defend themselves.
In the memorandum on immigra-
tion, the Association pointed out
Richard Tucker Concert
Is Slated Next Thursday
that there were 250.000 Jews in
Rumania who had registered for
migration to Israel. There were at
least 50.000 elderly Jews now in
Israel who had children still living,
in Rumania, the Association lead-
ers pointed out, adding that their
appeal for the release of these
people was made on a humanitari-
an basis.
the discussion of arms shipments
to the Arabs did not constitute the
principal part of the conversation.
Both Mr. Dulles and the Israel
Government thought the type of
conversation held would prove use-
ful, Mr. Eban said.
Other participants in the meet-
ing included Reuven Shiloah. new-
ly-arrived Israel Minister plenipo-
tentiary, and Mr. Byroade.
Arab Official Received
The Secretary general of the
Arab League. Abdul Khalik Has-
souna, visited the State Depart-
ment and conferred with Assistant
Secretary of State Byroade this
week. The meeting lasted over .an
hour.
Asked by correspondents if he
talked abouf recent Arab allega-
tions of "aggression" against Is-
rael, Mr. Hassouna stated; "That
particular issue was not reached
because of limited time." He said
he exchanged views with Mr. By-
road, "about all problems that in-
terest the Arab world and the
United States," noting that he was
"pleased with the results of the
visit." Ideas, he said, were exchang-
ed "very frankly and very con-
structively."
The Arab League, he declared,
shares the view expressed by Dr.
Charles Malik Lebanese delegate.
before the United Nations General
Assembly last month that the en-
tire area of Jerusalem should be
totally internationalized.
Says Maybe
Three outstanding members of
the Israel Parliament will be guests
of honor at the Richard Tucker
concert to be held under the aus-
pices of the State of Israel Bond
Organization in the Miami Beach
Auditorium on Thursday, October
22nd, at 8:30 p.m.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, concert
chairman, revealed that the dis-
tinguished visitors will be Yitz-
hak Ben Aharon, Dr. Arych Alt-
man, and George Flesch, all cur-
rently in this country to attend the
Inter-Parliamentary Union Confer-
ence in Washington.
At the same time. Mrs. Glasser
said that the concert is shaping
up to be "a smash success" and
that there are indications of a jam-
med house to hear the noted Met-
ropolitan Opera star, Richard
Tucker, who will be featured dur-
ing the evening.
"It was indeed inspiring to see
a lineup_of people for tickets at
concert headquarters, 1822 Collins
Avenue, to obtain their tickets
earlier this week," M r s. Glasser
declared. Two free tickets are be-
ing given away to each purchaser
of an Israel Bond between the
dates of September 10th and Octo-
ber 22nd.
"There are still some good seats
Continued on Page 14
Ike Not Ready
To Change Law
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower told his press con-
ference this week that he is at this
time not ready to say positively if
revision of the McCarran-Walter
Immigration Act is on the "must
list" for action in the next session
of Congress.
The President indicated that he
might seek correction if those ad-
ministering the act find imperfec-
tions. The President made these
statements in reply to a question
by the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy. The question was:
"Now that the Administration
has successfully achieved the pas-
sage of your Emergency Refugee
Bill, is the correction of what you
described in your State of the
Union message as the. discrimina-
tion of the McCarran-Walter Immi-
gration Act part of the program for
the second session of the 83rd
Congress?"
Mr. Eisenhower prefaced his an-
swer by sayjng that he had not
studied the immigration issue for
some time and he had nothe was
nottherefore, ready to state posi-
tively that on his priority program
there was certain "must" legisla-
tion in that regard. He would say
if the people administering the bill
want changes, they should be made.
Bmrthf C. Creai
. Miggtitieni eetea
Crum Lists Ways To
Settle Holy City Rift
NEW YORK (JTA)Emphasiz-
ing that the internationalization of
Jerusalem is possible, but only
with the cooperation of Israel as
well as Jordan, Bartley C. Crum,
former US member of the Anglo-
American Committee of Inquiry on
Palestine, this week came out in
the New York Times with the fol-
lowing suggestions:
1. "Make it a condition precedent
for Jordan's admission to the Unit-
ed Nations that it accept interna-
tionalization of Old Jerusalem and
Bethlehem, Jorda to act as United
Nations Trustee for that area."
2. "Make it a condition prece-
dent for any agreement by the
United Nations that Israel may
have its capital in Jerusalem, that
the New City of Jerusalem be in-
ternationalized, with Israel as the
United Nations Trustee in that
area"

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FRIDAY, QCTQ1B
Julius Rosenberg
Named Appeal's
Trade Executive
Julius Rosenberg, assistant direc-
tor of the affinal rnmpJrteri of the
Associated Jewish Charities and
Welfare Fund in Baltimore, Mary-
land, for the past two years, has
been named director of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Trades
Division, it has been announced by
Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Federa-
tion executive director.
Rosenberg, a graduate of St.
Johns College in Annapolis and a
native of Baltimore, was lor five
vears affiliated with the Jewish
Big Brother League as assistant
executive secretary. He also served
as director of the Jewish Educa-
tional Alliance and for a number
of years was associated with the
Department of Public Welfare of
Baltimore City and with the Pro-
bation Department of the Supreme
Bench there.
In announcing appointment of
tbe new trades head, the Federa-
lion executive stated that added
emphasis will be placed in future
Julius Kosenberi
'ombined Jewish Appeals on con-
ributions from trades and profes-
-ions in the Dade County area.
In the 1953 CJA drive here, the
Trades Division, assigned to raise
the major portion of the campaign
-oal, achieved 87 percent of its
-700.000 quota. Rosenberg believes
.here is a potential of 1.000 addi-
tional, trades contributors in Great
er Miami who will be invited to
participate in this year's Combined
Jewish Appeal, the fund drive
which lends aid to a broad pro-
-ram of relief, rehabilitation and
resettlement in Israel, as well as
to national and local welfare serv-
ices.
Tentative* plans outlined by
Rosenberg call for developing the
Federation's trades unit in a "year-
round organization geared to
reach every business and profes-
>ional man."
________________*k_________
Zamora Chicken Dinner
The Men's Club of Zamora Jew-
ish Center ?ill hold a chicken din-
ner barbecue party on Sunday eve-
ning at 5 p.m. The dinner will be
-erved on the patio of the Center
building. Eli Elnblnder is chair-
man of tbe committee in charge of
arrangements.
Academy Room Mothers
Join National Association
Of Hebrew Dey School PTA's
Hebrew Academy Room Moth-
ers, meeting at the home of Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, chairman, last
week unanimously adopted a reso-
lution to join with the National
Association of Hebrew Day School
PTA's, the organization servicing
academies throughout the United
States.
According to Mrs. Kogan, the
Hebrew Academy is the only day
school in the southeastern region
of the United States which has
been accepted thus far by the na-
tional association. "Affiliation of
the Hebrew Academy Room Moth-
ers with the national group," Mrs.
Kogan said, "will entitle parents to
obtain programming material,
preparation for co-curricuUr activi-
ties designed by leading educators
and an outline for a sound adult
educational program.
Mrs. Kogan also explained that
membership in the organization
will entitle parents to receive the
monthly. issue of The Jewish Par-
ent, publication of the National
Association of Hebrew Day School
PTA's.
Affiliation of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Room Mothers with the As-
sociation was made possible after
a consultation of Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal of the Academy,
with leaders of the national organ-
ization. Rabbi Gross is co-editor
of the Jewish Parent Magazine.
North Dade Service
To Be Conducted by
Rabbi Henry Okolica
Services at the North Dade Jew-
ish Center will be conducted Fri-
day evening by the Center's new
spiritual leader. Rabbi Henry Oko-
lica.
Rabbi Okolica. who is 39 years
of age, was born in Germany and
is a graduate of the Yeshiva in
Frankfurt.
The Rabbi has held pulpits in
Washington. D.C.. and Ohio. For
the past seven years, he held the
pulpit at Temple Israel in Day
tona Beach, Florida, where he was
a member of the Ministerial Asso-
ciation, the big Brother Movement
and the Rotary Club.
During the past year, he was
chairman of the Board of Visitors
of Volusia County, by appointment
of the Juvenile Court, and chair-
man of the Rehabilitation Commit
tee of the County TB Association.
The Rabbi is also a member of
the Florida State Rabbinical Asso
ciation. B'nai B'rith and the Zion
ist Organization.
Jerusalem Festival
To Be Marked
The 3.000th year of the founding
of the City of Jerusalem, will be
commemorated by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of Greater Mi
ami with a two-hour radio broad-
cast on Sunday, October 18tb. ac-
cording to an announcement by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president
of the Council.
The commemorative program
will be presented on radio station
WMB, over the Schachter Jewish
Variety Hour, from 12 noon to 2
p.m.
Brief messages and greetings in
honor of the celebration will be
brought by the president of tbe
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais; presi-
dent of the Miami Beach. Israel
Zionist District, Fred Jonas, presi-
dent of the Labor Zionist Council
of South Florida, Mr. Israel Shap-
off; president of the Pioneer Wom-
en Council. Mrs. Bea Jaffer; and
honorary president of the Miami
Bmch Women Mizrachi, Mrs. Jos-
eph Brenner.
Mayor Harold Shapiro will bring
the felicitations of the City of Mi-
ami Beach. Members of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association will
bring individual greetings, and
prominent members of the Cantors'
Association of South Florida will
chant appropriate Israeli selec-
tions.
Joseph Pardo, accompanied by
Hy Fried, will present a program
of Israeli music, and Mrs. Harold
Wynn will sing the number, Jeru-
salem, written expressly for her,
as well as other selections.
The program will b under the
direction of Rabbi Mescheloff and
Samuel Prosterman, honorary pres-
ident, of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Oreater Miami.

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* Jew 1st rtcrHiar
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_ Plans Area Member Drae;
riefing Session Slated For Monday
e^ftfjh>dfc^^b^LJfe^,re lb IJmmr^lrBpWr rradTr* bonds Between Israel andth
A m
Uater _
L will^et under way on Monday,
fctober 19th. Mrs...William. Lee-
kapter membership chairman, an-
ounced this week. The drive will
launched with a brunch to be
rid for membership workers at
ne Sea Gull Hotel at 11 a.m. The
Irive will continue through Oc-
ober 2th.
In ordcrrta: ensure the greatest
fficiency ln~lhe drive, a briefing
ession by Chapter leaders will be
eld at the bfunch. Speakers will
elude Mrs., Samuel Z. Sakrais,
japter president, Mrs. Joseph
pawmut and Mrs. Harry Platoff.
comprehensive description of
ladassah's work in Israel and the
bsss&Ht
ng the
e Unit-
ed States and contributing to the
cTOft? ProgreMrln our own land."
Hadassah. has for the past 42
years carried on a comprehensive
health and social welfare program
in Palestiwe Sh'd Israel, which cur-
rently includes a network of seven
hospitals, pilot plant health sta-
tions, joint /operation of- the He-
brew UniversityHadassah Medical
School, -a -vocational education sys-
tem, rehabilitation and resettle-
ment oj-jyouth refugees in; Israel
and redemption of the land. It is
also completing a now medical cen-
ter which" will include a 430-bed
university teaching hospital, a
nurses traipwR schooj. an out-
patient department and new build-
ings for the Hebrew Universj^y-
Hadassah Medical School, the only
one in Israel- ft
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Kahn Circle Installation
The Shirley B. Kahn Circle No.
1714, Companions -of the Forest of
America, will Install officers on
Thursday, October 22nd, 9 p.m.,
at the Alcazar Hotel.
la
Federation Committees
Hold Opening Meetings
F e d e r a tion committees' are
swinging into' action early to for-
mulate plans for tM 'iBSlCosn*
biped Jewish Appeal, it was an
npimqed th,^ week by Carl Weio-l
kle, president.
Members of the F&iance Com-
mittee, headed by WarfW'^ru.cht-
man, chairman, will meet on Mon-
day, October 10th, tt30 p.m., in
the Federation office.
Sidney Lefcourt, of the Person-
nel and Office Management Com-
mittee, has called the first session
of his group for a meeting at the
Federation office on Monday at
3:30 p.m.
Members of Federation's Budget
Sub-committee headed by Harold
Thurman, met with executive di-
rectors and budget chairmen of
local beneficiary agencies on Tues-
day afteftttAM:'to Discuss" pudKetrWeVl
proceduifeftecftWWa^ '
Dates ofetWr Hmfttee'j
will be anfeKJileed^Shtirtiyi1,
said.
Mrs. Walter Heller To Address JWB I
Southern Section Meeting On Beach w
"Are Jewish community centers
. Jlr'/ m _T
and synagogues partners or com-
ticle^
Auxiliary Meeting
The Women's Auxiliary No. 199,
Free Sons of Israel, will meet on
Thursday evening, October 22nd,
at the Arlington Hotel, according
to an announcement this week.
?etitors? This is one o/"th many,
urst ions'which wiYl*be giveneafe-
ful consideration at the Southern
Section-JWB eighth annual meet-
ing Which will take place on No-
vember 7th through Oth, in Miami
Beach.
Experiences will be drawn from
Jewish communities throughout
the South. Mrs. Walter E. Heller,
of Chicago, vice president of the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
will describe the Chicago Plan
which has been developed among
the synagogues and centers there.
Other subjects which will be
discussed at the annual meeting
will include the-relationship of the
(Wwfttf WterhVrHity center to Na-
tfftfRtJViA fodth Organizations,
lluhe hmiftf -
To Elect INF Officers
Trta regular monthly meeting of
the JeWtah'Nalional Fund Council
of Greater Miami will be held on
Wednesday etening, October 21st,
8 p.m., at the'Knesseth Israel Con-
gregation. Election of officers will
beheld- *
Mrs. Witter Heller
s-
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the center's role in JWB Armed
Services Committees and the finan-
cing of expanded center programs.
Highlight of the annual meeting
will be the celebration of the 100th__
anniversary, of the Jewish cotf
munity eqrter

movement.
Mrs. Wlllimm I .
Inited States will be given so that
lie complete Hadassah story can-
relayed to potential recruits.
Jto spur the drive, an award and
tation will be given to those
Jembers who bring the greatest
lumber of newcomers to the or-
anization. Urging wry member
help assure a successful drive,
|rs, Lee said that "every addition-
I member wttTgive added strength
i our program, of securing the fu-
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PAGE 5
.m

reatment Of
oncer Discussed
Latest developments in the treat-
en- of cancer will be the subject
X a forum to be.conducted Wed-
y .night. October.- 21st. 8i30
by the Beach Branch of the
reater Miami Jewish Community
ter. with the cooperation of the
le County Medical Association,
he Center's Beach Branch is lo-
atet! at 1536 Bay Road.
The program, which will mark
he beginning of a monthly series
I events sponsored by the Cen-
t's Adult Forum Committee, will
leatore as guest speakers, Drs. Jul-
an A. Rickles and Leo M. Levin.
oderator will be torum chairman,
any PerkeL
Dr. Rickles, a native of Seattle,
'as! ington, graduated from the
Jnlversity of Oregon Medical
icho'l and served an internship
lid residency at the Charity Hos-
ital in New Orleans. Specializing
Mirgery, he has practiced in
iair.i since 1946.
Dr Levin, whose specialty is in-
rn?! medicine, is a graduate of
e Medical School of Ohio Stare
Diversity. Before coming to Mi-
|mi .n 1946. he was resident phy-
iciar at the Mount Sinai Hospital
Cleveland, Ohio, and also served
.-. -istant Chief of Medicine in
I S Army Medical Corps dur-
IVorld War II.
Birthdays Of Home
Residents Marked
The Greater "Miami Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish, Home for
the Aged sponsored a birthday
party for "residents of the home on
TnoVsclay evening.
L Hostesses for the evening were
the Mesdames Sadie Merchant.
Jean Altman, Betty Kimmel, Rose
Wishner, Sadie Greenfogel, Sylvia
Moskowitz, Blanche Kimber and
Lillie Ginsberg.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky was in
charge of the evening program,
with Miami Beach Mayor Harold
Shapiro acting as master of cere-
monies.
Mrs. Harold Shapiro and Miss
Anita Karns presented a repertoire
of Israeli sjongs.
Aronovitz Seeks City Commission Post;
Calls For Elimination Of Overlapping
Abe Aronovitz, Miami attorney,
has qualified in the race for Mi-
ami City Commission.
Long known
in
civic circles in
The University
of Miami.
SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTER
Conductor
Soloists
* RISE STEVENS
CASADESUS
* VULA-LOBOS
* LUKAS FOSS
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o IRMGARD SEEFRED
SZYMON GOLDBERG
PIERRE FOURNIER
MAXIM SCHAPIRO
EUGENE DUBQIS
VERM'S REQUIEM
jEEniii tmtiius
1 -lit PURS SUBS. CONCERTS
SUN. M.B. AUD. 8:30
MON. DADE CO. AUD. 8:30
First Concerts NOV. I & 2
SuWu for ach iirin
%H $12.50 $10.50 $1
ORDER THE SERIES
AM Sove Up To 30%
at
u of M. Sym. Off. 87-4960
Dwtow Offke 3-2317
Amidon's 4-2070
Bookworm 4-2459
Af Both Auditoriums
50477 M.B. 4-9230 D. Cty.
Town Branch Sets
Afternoon Program
The after-school program for
boys and girls between the ages
of six and eleven will begin on
Monday, October 26th, at the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Town Branch, it was announc-
ed by Mrs. Monroe Gelb, chairman.
The program will be under the
supervision of Miss Dolores Katz
who will be assisted by trained
group leaders. The program sched-
ules activities five days a week,
Monday through Friday, f rom 3 to
5 p.m. Among activities to be of-
fered are airplane modeling, tap
dancing, doll craft and a children's
dramatic group.
As pah of the after school pro-
gram, Abraham Rochstein, super-
visor of health and physical edu-
cation at the Town Branch, has
organized a program of varied gym
activities which include games,
tumbling, wrestling, archery and
seasonal sports.
Special feature of the gym pro-
gram will be a newly organized
midget league which is.open to all
teams arid boys in the community.
The league win play oh Friday
afternoons and is for boys nine to
eleven years of ge.
i-------------
Miami for his activities;-Aronovitz
pointed to his many years of activ-
ities in municipal government as
qualifying him to hold office and
indicated a desire to serve the
people of Miami.
The candidate announced that
he would seek to keep his cam-
paign expenditures within $1,000.
He indicated that he would not ex-
pend large sums to gain the office
and "would not open a campaign
office or hire a campaign man-
ager." ___
ArontiVHVMias resided in Flor-
ida for 47 -years and has pree
is a past president of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and past-State
B'nai B'rith chairman "of "(he- Anti-
Defamation League Committee.
Aronovitz is also known for his
participation in civic projects, in-
cluding membership in a commit-
ted acting in behalf of the City of
Miami which collaborated with the
County Commission in arranging a
transfer of Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital from the City to Miami to
Dade County in order that the
County should assist in bearing the
financial brunt of supporting the
hospital.
His supporters also indicated
that he is known for his activities
in 1934, and later, in pursuing the
Florida Power tend Light Company
ticed law in Miami for more thanf?f 5 th!u"^"f ^fJ"^
30 years. He has held the post of r|rSS at T^VLffcl.?
City Solicitor of the City of Mi **ml o(sonle $4^00,000 in
ami, attorney for the Civil Service
Commission of the City of Miami
and for a period of time was Act-
ing State's Attorney of this Cir-
cuit.
Among his varied activities, he
utilities rates.
The canj&idate this week pointed
WM|
to his activities in the forefront of
the slum clearance debate through
which the residents of the City of
Miami voted by referendum to ac-
cept Federal aid in public housing.
Jle also reportedly acted in behalf
of the taxpayers of Miami in 1952.
in. leading'ii campaign to prevent
the City of Miami from waiving
$250,000 a year in taxes due from
the Miami Transit Company.
As a result of the election fight
which he led, his supporters said
that the taxpayers of Miami were
saved over $250,000 a year, and
developments within recent weeks
have shown that the bus company
is making money at its current
rates without having waived the
taxes, Aronovitz explained.
"My stand on the form of con-
solidation recently submitted to the
public is well known," the candi-
date said. "I opposed it in the man-
ner then presented in June of this
year." But he is a member of the
Metropolitan Miami Board exam-
ining into the possibility of elimin-
ating overlapping agencies and
planning proper development for
all of Dade County.
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LENOX MANOR
ROOMS WITH 1ST MEALS
Fine Foods Spacious Patios Free Service to Beach
d Rooms with Double Exposure Reasonable
INQJVTOUAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THOSE ON SPECIAL DIETS
827A.EN00C AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-7971
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PERSONALLY SPEAKING
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, of
1755 Washington Avenue, have
left on a motor trip to New York
'.where they will spend the month
, Jflf^Qctobjer. From-there, they will
go to Washington, D.C., to attend
the National Hadasaah, Convention.
Mrs. Davis .Is. -vice., president and
Youth Aliyah coordinator .of the
Greater Miami Chapter- of Iladas-
sah. j;
. ft.ft ft :- if:
Mr. and, Mrs. Oscar. Boonshoft,
of Dayton, Ohio, announce the
birth of thelr^'son'. He Joins his
two-year-Old'stster," Linda. Grand-
parents arc Mi*, and Mrs! Harry
Boonshoft, 1004- Michigan Avenue,
Miami Beatth, andMinnie Goldfleis,
of Dayton. '
ft ft ft
Dr. and Mrs. Raphael Rosen, of
7725 Byron Avenue, have returned
td Miami Bench after spending two
months visiting their daughter-and
and son-in-law, the David Cohens,
in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
They also spent some time with
Dr. Rosen's mother, Mrs. S. Rosen,
in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Returned home from a three-
month tour through the US and
Mexico is Mrs. Etha Beck, of 2331
SW 19th Street. Miami.

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I m%1 StCntTAKV-GtHtKAl Or THE UNITED najiohs
TRYGVE LIE

IMPORTANT tECTURE ON
Piano instructor Anyuta Melicov,
of 800 MKn'Street, Miami Beach,
is at home after-spending three,
months in New 'York, Woodstock
music and art colony and Gros-
ingers. She was accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Melicov.
ft ft ft
i Mrs. Abraham Kasow has return-
.home after attending the national
Israel Bond conference in Wash-
ington, D.C., and briefly visiting
points of interest in New York
aty.
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". The Bill Brackers announce the
birth of their daughter. Grandpa/-'
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer.
"HOW TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF OUR TIMES"
Question and Answer Period
DR. 0. R. LARSON Moderator
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Saturday, October 31st, 8:30 p.m.
Price* $2.50 $1.99 $1.50 $1.00, Tea Inc.
Tickets Now On Salt:
Ausiitorium Box OfficeAmidonsFlaaler Book & Record
Sater Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late) Becka
Sater, formerly of 1600 Euclid Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, October 18th, 2 p.m., in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. Mrs.
Sater is survived by four sons, Sol,
William, George and Sam, and two
daughters. Mrs. Mollie Oronson
and Mrs. Blumye Saul. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
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"Err na Y'' vatrfion P'*n
JOi* OUR VACATION CLUB NOW!"
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MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Thurs. Oct. 22nd
8:30 P.M.
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Information
on how to obtain Seats please contact
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162? Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
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Conner, Mrs. Selig
Pre-cRmpaign plans for a "bigger
Lnd better" 1953-54 Combined Jew
lilh Appeal campaign are now un
Ider way according to an announce-
ment by Carl Weinkle. pteiident
Df the Greater MiaWH Jewish Fed-
|e ration.
Aaron Kanner, administrative co-
lordinator of last year's campAign,
[has been appointed to head the
[pre-campaign Planning Committee
[comprised pf Greater Miami's top
Ijevel community leaders. First in-
|f orroal meeting was held last weak
fat the Biscayne Terrace Hotel to
Named To Head Appeal Pre-Campaign Committees

Aaron Kanner
Biscuss emphasis, format and gen-
Eral direction of the 1954 drive.
Jh.s is the committee which even-
lu.illy selects Ihc general chairman
Di i lie CJA drive.
Mrs. Fannie Selig, for many
\ .i prominent civic worker,
pas been named chairman of the
ire campaign Planning Committee
In the Women's Division. Out of
he .1'-liberations of these two com-
mittees will be developed the spe-
cific structure of the CJA machin
ery, Weinkle said.
Plans under present discussion
by Kanner's committee include
consideration of the advance gifts
functions and a mammoth inaug-
ural dinner launching the cam-
paign in January of 1954. At the
bis K'fts kickoff event last year,
dedicated to the memory of Jack
Ablin, the campaign raised in ex-
cess of $600,000 to set an all-time
record for en initial gifts function'
in this community.
Special emphasis will be placed
this year upon participation by
men and women of the Greater,
Miami area in the "general mobili-
zation" ohase of the campaign. The
new title will replace the term
Metropolitan Division used prev-
iously to designate the door-to-
door phase of the Combined Jew-
I ish Appeal in this area. Tentative
kickoff date is set for mid-Febru-
ary in this division with areas op-
erating individual fund raising
events throughout the county. Top
speakers, educators and world
leaders are being scheduled to ap-
pear at these area functions, ac-
cording to Kanner.
The Young Adults and Teen Age
Divisions will adopt a new ap-
proach in the forthcoming cam-
paign according to the committee.
Greater participation in the fund
drive will be sought by young men
and women between the ages of
18 and 25. This includes fraterni-
ties, sororities and students at the
i University of Miami." The teen age
program will function through the
Hebrew schools and Sunday schools
w TrW
growth of Israel and the needs
of Jewry everywhere."
The Combined Jewish Appeal is
conducted annually in the Greater
Miami area by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. More than half
the tifitoS raised support a broad
program of relief, resettlement and
rehabilitation in Israel and in the
middle-Eastern countries. Six im-
portant local welfare institutions
are major beneficiaries in the cam-
paign.
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DAIRIES
Jewish Women's Group To
Hold Panel On UN Here
The Conference of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations of Dade and
Broward Counties will meet at the
Saxony Hotel on Thursday, Octo-
ber 22nd, 10:30 a.m. The business
meeting will consist of reports of
the various committees.
The afternoon program, Answers
Xo Critics Of The UN, will include
a panel discussion by Dr. Donald
Larson, Seymour Samet. Mrs. Man-
us Berman and Mrs. Anne Brenner
Meyers speaking for the United
Nations.
Asking questions of the panel
fof Conference will be Mrs. Mor-
r Kogan, Mrs. H. Hoffman, Mrs.
,qfcnuel Sakrais and Mrs. Aaron
Kanner. A George M. Cohan med-
ley will be sung by Mrs. Cora Le-
vinson, accompanied by Mrs. Ade-
line Haiduck.
Luncheon reservations may be
made with Mrs. A. Frank Wellins.
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Beth Sholom Women
Will Open Season
Mrs. Bert S. Klee, president of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Shoiom, this week announced the
first open meeting of the season
lor "Wednesday, October 21st, at 1
p.m. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, vice
president and membership chair-
mall, is in charge of the function.
Feature of the meeting will be
a skit written and directed by
Trixie Levin. The skit is entitled,
Success Story, and will be played
by the following Sisterhood cast:
The Mesdames Emanuel Gold-
strich, William Wickman, Ralph
Benach, Nat Brenner, Norman Ar
kin, Samuel Falick, Samuel Berlin.
Sol Pine, Philip Schlissel, Michael
Mersel and Camille Baum.
Refreshments will be served un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs. Irv-
ing B. Marcus and Mrs. Louis Stoff,
hospitality chairmen.
Beth Jaeob Adds
To School Staff \
Announcement was made this
week of the expansion of activities
at the Beth Jacob Sunday School
with the addition to its staff of
Evelyn Decky and Rena Mcschel-
otV ......' .
Mrs. Decky has been re-engaged,
after an absence of a few years,
to conduct the youngest class in
the school, for children of four.
She is active in local communal
organizations.
Miss Mescheloff is a graduate of.
the local Hebrew Academy and is
a summer student of the Hebrew
Institute of the Jewish Agency.
Mrt. Fannie Selig
where, under the direction of Ef-
raim Gale, executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, and Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education, more than
3,000 youth participated in the
campaign last year.
"It will take more and more _
volunteer workers to reach the rap- oeacti Xoung Adults
idly growing population in our Jew-
ish comn^inity," said Kanner, ad-
dressing the committee last week.
"It is our duty to strengthen Jew-
ish life in our community by giv-
ing assistance to the annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. In this way
we can insure continued aid and
support to the local institutions
which affect our families and our-
selves and also extend help to the
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Bob Stone, president of the
Young Adult Group of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, announces
the group's plans for a social to
take place in the Center Social Hall
on Sunday evening, October 18th,
9 p.m. Members of the Social Com-
mittee planning the event are Don
Marks. Debby and Lucille Gra-
boyes, Jane Goldstein, Arlene
Weisblatt and Elaine Schwartz-
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FRIDAY. OCTORPy
1.
Or. iW Mn. Mai Ifeeis*
Max Lipkinds To Mark Golden Wedding
Anniversary: Physician Is Noted Author
Dr and Mrs Max Lipkind. of Mi affairs. He a as a .seedy naayii
ami Beach, will celebrate their gol utor to Harofe Harm, the
den wedding anniversary on Sun Medical Journal One ef h
day evening. October 18th. at the. articles there was
Lincoln Manor. 2 Lincoln Road, ease In the Medical Record he
The couple wore married October, was responsible for a mj ef the
1903. in New York City I development of specialization la
Dr Lipkind is a graduate of addition, hehas written revie-
Columbia University and received
various medical works
Ohio Riles Unite Joan Weiss. Gordon
Mormorstein; Father (lives Her Away
Miss Joan Rosalyn Weiss, of 2230
SW 10th Street. Miami, became the
bride of Gordon Marmorstein, aon
of Mr and Mrs. Harry Marmor
stem. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania.
on Sunday. October 11th. in a 2:90
p.m cervnu>n>
With Rabte Harry Levine offi-
ciating, the "vows were exchanged
in the B'nai 1-rael Synagogue. Steu-
benvilie Ohio, where the bride's
parent-. Mr and Mrs. Emanuel
Weiss, reside
Given in marriage by her father.
the former Miss Weiss was attired
in a flonrlength gown of chantil-
ly lace over satin The fitted bodice
ii. fashioned with sweetheart
neck.ine and point-to-hand sleeves
which had diamond insets of nylon
tulle Her scallop crown was of
matching lace over satin, with the
< top of the crown finished in a sin-
gar row of day seed pearls. Her
illusion veil was elbow-length and
of nvlon tulle
The tew* carried the same Bible
'as her sister at her own wedding.
Adorning it were two white orch-
ids with liry-of-the-valley stream
"ers.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Es-
trUe Ruth Wander, sister of the
. bode She wore a cocktail-length
, silk shantung dress of rose taupe.
with a sweetheart neckline and
tiny cap sleeves. A lace overskirt.
'Nt"
Mrs.
the MD degree from Long Island Dr Lipkinri also contributed to^domed wjth flowers and petal.- of
University in 1917. He then prac numerous Zionist magazines a n d | rnme^ones. augmented the -ilk
in New York City ; periodicals, submitting articles in sha,,,^,.
was a member of English. Hebrew and Yiddish. Up- Mjss F|orence Marmorstein. sis-
ticed medicine
until 1940 He
the courte-v staff at Mount Sinai! ward.; of 30 of his columns have ap-
H.'-pital in New York City and on j
the permanent staff of Bronx Hos-
pital there.
A former assistant attending sur
geon for the US Public Health
Service. Dr Lipkind served as a
rredical officer in the US Coast'
Guard dunns World War I
1c 1940. he retired and came to
.V-.ami Beach with his wife Be-
Dr. Lipkind i- a member of the '
American Medical Association and
an honorary member of the New
York Medical Society A Matter
Mason he was affiliated with the
Gulden Rule Lodge Long active in
Jewish affairs, he belonged to Dta
tnct No 13. Zionist Organization
of America, was a member and offi
cer in the Hebrew Speaking Amer-
icas Physicians Association and
after his ttrement here participat ,
ed in the work of the Bureau of.
Jewish Education. ZOA and the
Jewish National Fund
Dr Lipkind ha- written extens
ively both on medical and Zionist
Miss Golden Becomes
Mrs. Hyman Biern
Miss Rose Marion Golden be-
came the bride of Hyman Btem in
a ceremony m the study of Rabbi
Joseph Narot on September Mtk
Ha, Ruth Koiber. of Philadel-
phia. Pennsylvania, si-ter of the
bridegroom, .and Robert Brush at-
tended the couple
The bride is the daughter of
ter of the giuem. wa-
bridcsmaid
peared in The Jewish Floridian. A
recent article about him by novel
i-t Isar Tolu.-h entitled. Age With gm9^l^tt necktot and fitted bod
A Smile, was published by Ameri-
kaner. Yiddish American m a g a-
zine
0*rim Meramrtfeia
FUrayai
tor. of the firm of Weintraub.
Martin. Schwartz ft. Spector.
Formerly of Philadelphia, Mr.
Marmorstein has lived in Miami
for the past two years. He is a
graduate of Philadelphia schools.
Presently, he is a member of Mi-
ami Beach Young Adults and Mi-
ami Beach Masada He is active in
Local 698 of the International As-
sociation of Bridge, Structural and
attired in a forest green cock tail Ornamental Ironworkers Union. He
length dress of nylon tulle, with a
The Lipkinds have two sons. Dr.
William Lipkind studied with the
world famed Dr Franz Boas at
Columbia University and is now a
Lecturer in Anthropology at New
York Univer-ity. Norman Lipkind
is an attorney with the New York
Supreme Court Both are married.
Some 50 persons prominent in
the Greater Miami area will gather
to honor the couple at the golden
wedding affair Chairmen in charge
of arrangements are Mr and Mrs.
Jacob Fishman. of Miami Beach.
active Zionists who recently return
ed from a survey of Israel's tndus I
tries On the committee with them :
are Mr and Mrs Morris Newmark. j
Dr and Mrs. Z Sabshin and Pearl |
and Sarah Wallman
ice fashioned into a full skirt. A
tiny matching headpiece and mitts
augmented her outfit
Ringbearer was Avrum Morris
Weiss, brother of the bride, who
carried the twin wedding rings for
the double ring ceremony on a
, white satin pillow. Jerome Fox.
i brother in law of the groom, was
best man. Brother of the bride.
i Jack Marvin Weiss, was usher.
1 Emil Lexine played the piano
solos
Formerly of Steubenville. the
bride has lived in Miami for the
past fiye years 9h* is a graduate
of Miami Senior High School and
was active in extrsxeurricular activ-
ities there. Presently, she is a
B'nai B nth Girls advisor, member
of Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Young Women, and the only young
adult to serve on the Board of Di-
rectors of the Greater MiamJew
ish Federation.
She is employed as a private
legal secretary to J. Bernard Spec-
is associated with the Ludman
Corporation.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the B'nai Israel Syna-
gogue. Out-of-town guests included
the bride's grandmother, Mrs. A.
Jacobs, of McKeesport, Pennsyl-
vania; her great aunt, Mrs. A.
Schulbof, McKeesport; an aunt:
Mrs. Rose Weiss, of Miami; the
groom's sister. Miss Florenoe Mar-
more, of New York; and relatives
of both the bride and groom from
Akron. Ohio. Philadelphia and Mc
Keesport
The couple will reside at 1801
NE 2nd Court. Miami, upon their
return here.
Mn. GtrtH (.'
Sondra Yaskolka
Given Away Sunday.
The marriage of their danhl
ter, Sondra, to Gerald Kjku "*
Port Lauderdaie. has ban saj
nounced by Mr and Mrs. Man
Yaskolka, of 5290 SW 15th Sa
The ceremony took place SradaJ
at the West Miami Jewish'
with Rabbi Alfred \Vdvma ating. The service wa iolkncedtfl
a reception at the Colony Raaaal
rant.
Given in marriage by her tathevl
the bride was attired in a
lace ballerina length gown otMj
planted tulle Lace and pearl,
ioaed the Queen Anne heai?icBi!
wHh elbow length veil
Miss Sherry Lee Str-itfell
pink and gray organdy, was
of honor and a niece,
Galaska. flower girl
Mr. Kaminer, the -<>n of Mr i
Mrs. Jack Kaminer. Lake *'a
was attended by Man in Schj,
The couple will live in For. Lavj
derdale
Ann MeverBeeome*B#ide ()f Sidney
Neiscn: Chooses FIo**rentfth Nylon (iouifi
Levine, Schechter
I Troth Announced
Their wedding date has not yet
> been set. but Miss Rosalyn Levine
i and Mr. Norman Schechter are
. making plans for the impending
, nuptuals.
The bride-elect is the daughter
I of Mrs Sylvia Levine. 2300 SW
lJHh Terrace. Miami, and the late
At a 7 30 p na. ceremony held
oa October 6th ia the Sorrento Ho-
tel, Miss Ann Judith Meyer, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meyer,
2388 SW 23rd Street, Miami, be-
came the bride of Stanford Allen
Neisen. son of Mr and Mrs. Sid
ney Neisen. 13IS South Biscayne
Point Road. Miami Beach Rabbi
Mayer Abrampwitz officiated.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride was attired in a floor-
length gown of nylon tulle and
chantilly lace The fitted bolero of g
chantilly lace had long point-on- I
hand sleeves and a Peter Pan stand
up collar. The gown had a bouf-
fant skirt of nylon tulle with a
in
Franklin, Klein Will
Reside On Beach
Miami Beach attorney Donald
I Robert Klein and his bride, the for
! mer Eleanor Ruth Franklin, will!
live on Normandy Isle, following*
j their honeymoon in Mexico CMj
i and Acapulco.
The couple were wed in the;
grand ballroom of the Hotel Syra
cuse. Syracuse. New York, on Oe
tober 7th Rabbi Irwin I Hyman
I of Temple Adath Yeshurun. offi i
dated.
.The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Max L Franklin!
Syracuse. Miami Beach winter resi i
| dents. Mr. Klein is the son of Mrs I
j Morton Klein, who attended the'
ceremony, and the late Mr Klein
of Palm Beach.
Dr. Richard Swan, of Miami
Following their wedding trip to j Beach, was best man.
Nassau, the couple are at home at j A reception and dinner followed i
1327 SW 3rd Street. | the nuptials at the Hotel Syracuse i
panel of lace forming a point
Benjamin Levine. Formerly a res, tfte Wk of ^ *
dent of Trenton. New Jersey, she '
graduated from Miami High School
and attended the University of
Miami
Mr Schechter also attended the
UM. where the couple met. He was
a member of Tau Epsilon Phi Fra-
lenity. His parents are Mr. and
The two-tiered elbow length veil
of silk illusion fell from a nylon
tulle headpiece appliqued with the
matching lace. The bride carried
white orchids and tube roses on a
white Bible.
Miss Eileen Shumer was maid of
Mrs Paul Schechter. Monticello. honor and wore a nylon net gown
New York
Richard Golden. 1327 SW 3rd
Street. and the late a Kate
Golden
** laaafra Uvia*
of turquoise The skirt was made
in tiers, and the gown had a hal-
ter neckline She carried a colonial
bouquet of talisman roses.
Miss Carol Meyer, faster of the
bride, was bridesmaid, and she
wore a ballerina-length dresa of
pink taffetu. carrying a colonial
bouquet of pastel pompoms.
Fred Diamond was heat man.
Gerald Davis acting as usher. Solo-
ist was Miss Roberta Weiner
The bride's ma thai was attired
in a toast color cocktail dress of
silk taffeta and ware an
eorsage The bridegroom's
wore a pale blue cocktail dress aad
an orchid wrist corsage.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony hi the Florentine
Dining Room of the SorrenU Ho-
tel.
Both the bride and groom at-
tended the University of Florida.
nan
fees***
(\V. rner K I
where the couple met Wgjj
the brideeroom i .^STaaSi
Fort Jackson. South i^gjJS
the Armed Force.- Deparaucw
Finance it-tat*
After a wedding W ^
the Buuthern -fates, t* '"
will reside at 3204 Devil*. 1--T
bta. South Carolina ^
The bride was honored m ^,
prenuptial parties. The
was a miscellaneous *7^^- .
by her maid of honor at "jg
me SW 24th A**2 -5W
evening. September -
guests were pre>>_ -**,:
The eeeoed party u***^
by her grandmotheiv
A. Meyer, an Sur"
October 4th Mrs.
mother of the tr^J"!^
dated by Mrs !rv
Some 55 guests were,


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>Je*istiflcrf(f*tr7
PAGE 9
Entertain San Juan Mayoress,
I Attorney General Over Weekend
> Edge home oi Mr
L Weissel on Granada
horal Gables, was the
Jfor an early afternoon
[ora Felisa Rincon de
oress of San Juan,
5, nnra de Gautier was
by her husband, Dr.
ho is San Juan's as-
h-y general.
Lutiers, who are fre-
ts at Water's Edge, ar-
jami Saturday evening
Th < unveiling of the
nstophcr Colujnbus in
j-k nn Monday. Accom-
jieir sons, Buddy and
lid Mrs. Weisel were
Sunday dinner in the
[Hotel, with Dr. and
Jautier as guests of
Int were Mr. and Mrs.
an, Miami Beach, Mr.
Miami Beach, and Mr.
|rbcrt (ielcrnter, Coral
noon, the Weissels
entertained the visiting dignitaries
at lunch on the University of Mi-
ami campus. Joining them and the
de Gautiers were Coral Gables
Mayor and Mrs. David Hendrick, U
of M President Dr. Jay F. W. Pear-
son and Mrs. Pearson, Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Doren Tharpe, Dr. and
Mrs. Thurston Adams, Coral Ga-
bles City Manager William Mcll-
wain and Mrs. Mcllwain and Mrs.
M. Neher, Coral Gables city com-
missioner.
Also* present were Mr. C. Poor-
man, Coral Gables finance direc-
tor, and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Weissel's niece, Miss Gloria Good-
man, and several exchange stu-
dents from Puerto Rico.
Prior to the luncheon, the dc
Gautiers were greeted at City Hall
by Mayor Hendrick and received
keys t the city.
On Monday evening, the Wots***?
were guests of Dr: and'Serrwrn do j
Gautier at an intimate fartylh tflet'
Columbus Hotel after the unveiling '
of the statue in Bayfront Park.
Relaxing on the terrace of Water's Edge are Dr. de Gautier and Senora Felisa Rincon de
Gautier, San Jupn dignitaries. Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel are seated at their riqht.
Lerrft Roy Weiseefc Buddy Weissel looks on.
lie On Tour
\\, Europe
In. Aaron Fair left
> a tour of Europe, fly-
ev. York to Lucerne,
After a week's visit at
nt sights in Switter-
Irill proceed to Rome
will attend the Inter-
vention of the Ameri-
nf Travel Agents and
Mr. and Mrs. William
fve been in Europe for
nth.
IMi.v Aaron Farr will
De to travel to Israel
Farr. an executive of
I will consult with au-
|ounsm, and Mrs. Farr,
in communal affairs
tisit I he Hebrew Uni-
|dassah Hospitals and
projects.
two countries to be
he Farrs on their six-
111 be France and Spain.
ail on the SS Andrea
3ilraltar and arrive in
tv on Thanksgiving.
Richard Blank liar
Mitzvah Saturday *
Richard Norman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Blank, of 1410 SW
17th Terrace, Miami, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
October 17th, at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation.
Richard is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School, where he is a member of
the Film Club. He i.s also a mem-
ber of the Junior Deputy Sheriff's
League.
The Bar Mitzvah attends the
Religious School of the Miami He-
brew School. He will conduct serv-
ices and address the congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate,
with Cantor Berele Kelemer ren-
dering the musical portions of the
liturgy.
Kiddush will be served in the
Bar Mitzvah's honor by his par-
ents following the services.
Inc. Friedman
age ot his mother, Mrs.
ptine. to Sam Friedman
onounccd here by Dr.
|ine. The ceremony took
Dade County Court-
fctober 5th.
Friedman and Mrs.
Iwdcrs were, attendants.
feds will live at 1510
pet. Miami. '
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tb Mrs! Harry Roseman at
the Lyceum, 25 Washington Av-
enue.
The celebration, honoring her
60th birthday and 35th wedding
anniversary, i.s being arranged by
the three organizations in which
Mrs. Roseman is most active
Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692,
where she is a member of the
Executive Committea; the Women's
Club, of which she is financial sec
retary; and the Board of the Y. L.
Peretz School, where she serves as
director.
Miriam Donnerstag \*111 render a
program of folk songs and lead the
community singing.
Kadimah Chapter Party
Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Wom-
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of the season on Sunday evening,
8 p.m., at the Norman Shoreham
Hotel, according to Mrs. Michael
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Thursday from Miami Inter-
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ference of world leaders
irfferusalem. The conference
was called in response to an
emergency invitation from
Israel Prime Minister David
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'Jm/lsJincridBMi
PAGE 11
OBAL SHORTS
lartment Actions
ZOA President
(JTA) Concern
in actions" of the State
j! regarding Israel was
. hora by- Rabbi Irving
sident of the Zionist Or-
Jof America, addressing
IZiotiist leaders from all
tic country attending a
the ZOA Administra-
|il at Hotel Roosevelt. As-
ii these actions "are like-
about a regrettable
e atmosphere of Amer-
rrlatiotis," the ZOA
laid thsy "have produced
bewilderment and
aeod anti-Israel propa-
thdr efforts to make
Ifiat a major change in
l act taken place."
Lion Feuchtwanger To Accept
Award From East Germany
LOS ANGELES (JTA) Lion
Feuchtwanger, noted German Jew-
ish author who fled the Nazis,
learned here this week that he had
been awarded this year's East Ger-
man National Priie for his work
in art and literature. The award
was made by President Wilhelm
Pieck. Mr. Feuchtwanger indicated,
through his secrejtary, that he
would accept the award. He re-
cently accepted another award
from West Germany.
Gets Israel's 1954
ns Purchasing Plan
IE 'JTA)A list of the
ch I-rael would like to
Wing the forthcoming
unrter the terms of the
treaty has been sub-
|lh German authorities
Purchasing Mission
a, t h e next several
c mtents will be the
negotiations between
German experts. Until
ha', been reached, no
bnouncement about the
the proposals will be
American Books Oust Soviet
Literature From Israel Market
WASHINGTON (J T A) -iflffl'eTl-
can books and magazines, sent to
Israel under the International' Me-
dia Guaranty Program, have caus-
ed Communist publications-no be
forced out of the Israel market, it
was reported here this week by
Theodore C. Streibert,' director of
the new US Information Agency.
"In Israel, previous to the launch-
ing of the Media Guaranty Pro-
gram in September, 1952, virtually
no US books or periodicals were
available in the bookstores or on
newstands. Reading material of
Russian origin was on sale
throughout the country," the re-
port said.
Members Of Israel Cabinet
Witness Military Maneuvers
TEL AVIV (JTA)Members of
the Israel Cabinet this week wit-
nessed Israeli Air Force units par-
ticipate in coordinated maneuvers
with ground units and in separate
air-to-air operations. In operations
designed to show the attack possi-
bilities of all types of planes in the
A i r Force, "R e d" squadrons
"bombed" airdromes of "Black"
forces, while "Black" heavy
bombers and medium fighfers and
bombers made mock attacks on de-
fending cities and industrial cen-
ters, as well as communication
lines.
Italy's Relations With Israel
Are Good, Premier Indicates
1 :BOME (JtEAli Italy's relations
iMtkrth'-fttoun(StutjHHjf>IJraul:are
Cx)dt:i Giuseppe PfeUttfltatarfn***-.
raicr and Foreign Minister, told
the Italian Parliament this week
during a general review of Italian
foreign relations. The Premier de-
clared that Italian relations with
the Arab States, particularly
Egypt, had "never been closer."
He expressed the hope that rela
tions between Israel and the Arab
states would soon become "good"
in their "common interest."
New Jersey Supreme Court
Reserves Decision On Bibles
TRENTON (JTA)The New Jer-
sey Supreme Court this week re-
served decision on an application
for a permanent injunction against
the distribution of copies of the
King James version of the New
Testament and parts of the Old
Testament in public schools in this
state.
IZFA Hoars Rabbi
The University of Miami Chap-
ter of the Intercollegiate Zionist
Federation of America will meet
on Sunday, October 18th, 8 p.m.,
at Beth David Synagogue, 2625 SW
3rd Avenue. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Max Shapiro. He will discuss
the history of modern Zionism.
Cabaret Night Featured
Cabaret night, will be featured
by members of thst- Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish'iCbamntmity Center
on Sunday evening^
Leaders Institute
Slated On Sunday
Young Judaea Leaders Institute
will be Aeld on Sunday at the
Bureau of Jewis'h Education bdUd-
Ing, 135 NW 3rd1 Avenue, under nie
auspices of the Greater Mi'amf Zion-
ist Youth Commission, according
to Joe Pardo, Commission presi-
dent.
Sessions are scheduled to begin
at 1 p.m., and will include sing-
ing, Hebrew, arts and crafts, games
and evoluation techniques.
In charge of various groups will
be Hinda Bricklin, Roni Hyman and
Ellen Lightstone. Mrs. Bea Sollo-
way and Mrs. Belle Miller are in
charge of arrangements.
lions Informs US of
'Border Violations"
IGTON (JTA) The
Btes has been informed
kit' led armistice terms by
pi r it.mis in the vicinity
[a in the demilitarized
he hrael-Egyptian fron-
IVpartment press offi-
White said this week.
made known on behalf
k/ernment that the State
tit i- now aware of a re-
e United Nations Mixed
Commission that viola-
irael have occurred at El
folf Is Named To
Jperations Post
ear-old attorney and Jew-
unal leader of Philadel-
|o be appointed general
the Foreign Operations
ation. Mr. Wolf was in-
\o President Eisenhower
|at the White House by
ttor Harold Stassen. Mr.
ustee of the University
raaia.
National Fraternities Barred
From State University
NEW YORK (JTA>The trustees
of the State University of New
York this week ordered all frater-
nities, sororities and similar organ-
izations in state-operated colleges
to sever their connections with na-
tional organizations because in at
least three instances, the national
fraternal groups had refused to
permit local chapters to accept
Jews or Negroes as members.
Chapters of 25 national fraternities
and sororities on 11 state univer-
sity campuses are affected by the
order.
Military Court Finds Youth
Guilty In Underground Work
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Israeli
military court at Sarafand ha>
found one defendant guilty and ac-
quitted another in the second trial
of youths charged with member-
ship in an illegal underground or-
ganization. Reuben Peretz was ac-
quitted on the ground that there
was insufficient .evidence present-
ed to warrant a conviction, while
his cotdefendant, Zeev Yeivin, was
found guilty.
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PAGE 13
[ard Tfiifer Concert Next Thursday;
>|j Parliament Members Will Attend
,ntinud from Paa '
|r (ilasser1 added, "and I
-strongly reconr.nend all
lovers to visit headquarters
earliest possible conveni-
order to guarantee being
f al the evening of music."
b indicated that there would
Solicitation on behalf of Is-
Lls at the concert,
three members of the Is-.
blcjutiui) haje distinguished
|l\<^?imerff|e fir the young
faev.
ww tof fitjablished him-
of the outstanding fig
;aelV|flJyF l^e as a sol-
Tii,i. economist, pioneer
apd Isfcajrleader. He has
i number of the Knesset
,-ac! achieved Statehood and
imber of the Committee on
il Affairs and Defense,
lieutenant in General Wav
ces in World War U, he
. if a liro.np of 1,400 Pales-
caplureil'by the Germans
ICe. During four years of
.iment. heAelped plot more
1,000 attempts at escape.
lerly a Special Economic
to the Israel Government,
ian has for the past thirty
jen closely associated with
irld Zionist movement.
as born in Russia some 51
' 1
Dr. Arytk Mm
igo and is one of the staunch-
liCommunistsin the world,
ed to prison In Russia from
1924 for his Zionist activ-
r. Altman played a key role
oak-and-dagger seal-life dra-
resulted in the release of
rge.-t single shipment of
ever to sail- Iron a Soviet
pr Palestine.
Mtman is a graduate of the
sity of Odessa, where he
in law and economics.
the early 1930's, he maj-
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fn nii-ii HKHliiHt you, and you
nulrt-il i,, serve a cony of your
'" < Hill of Complaint I or
on the i.taintifra attorney*.
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IMJWei in the Office of the Clerk
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Wishes He Could Be
Prouder About Role
Continued from Page 1
through the United Jewish Appeal.
He noted that while he was "proud
of the role of the United Nations
in Palestine," he wished he "could
be far prouder" of its record there.
"For had the world acted sooner
and with greater determination to
uphold its partition decision," he
declared, "had it acted quickly and
collectively, the tragedy of the
Palestinian war would probably
never have occurred."
Arab refugees "one of the bitterest
fruits of the Palestine war," as-
serting that these refugees "will
never be able to rebuild their lives
in a wholesome way, despite Unit-
ed Nations assistance, until a work-
able program of resettlement and
re integration generously support-
ed from the outside has been put
iotn/effcct,:;iM.fVjl'd(td Israel's "at-
waai might
Richard Tucker
ored in economics and political
science at the Graduate School of
New York University.
Renowned military. leader in Is-
rael's War of Liberation, George
Flesch is one of the great Jewish
athletes in modern history.
Formerly the General Secretary
of the Maccabi Sports Organization
of Austria, Mr. Flesch is a water
polo champion. He has also com-
peted in Olympic swimming meets
and, in 1930, was runner-up in the
100-meter free-style swim at the
Maccabi World Games in Pratfue.
Mr. Flesch now considers him-
self more the coach than the ac-
tive player. He is currently chair-
man of the Israel Maccabi Associ-
ation and is responsible for ar-
ranging for the international
gamesj.tety/fW-i^taUy^irv W**1
The meets bring- together top. Jew-
ish sportsmen from' all parts of the
world.
HT
Beach Center Men
Hold Dinner-Dance
The Men's Club of the. Miami
Beach Jewish Center will open its
new season with a dinner-dance
on Sunday, October 18th, at the
Algiers Hotel. According to presi-
dent Irving Cypen, it will be the
initial affair of a comprehensive
program of activity "intended to
create greater solidarity among the
hundreds of members of the Men's
Club which strives for accomplish-
ment of Center aims in its high
spiritual and cultural position in
the community."
Arrangements for the evening,
which will accentuate "a fall frolic
theme," have been assigned to Dr.
Don Michnoff, Harry B. Smith, Al
Ossip, Allen Goldberg. Julius Jay
Perlmutter, Michael Salmon and
sftroad btU '.'' UMJM
Adult Social Group Sets
Harvest Moon Dance
The Adult Social Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. Town Branch, announces
Its harvest moon dance on Satur-
day evening. October 24th.
The Adult Social Grodp is open
to all men and women who -are un-
married and over 28 years old.
Zelda Rose and Irving Saal are
Dance Committee chairmen for the
evening. Others on the committee
are Maralene Lurie, Ed Cantor,
Ernie Fuld, Mac Wyden and Jack
Fils.
Happy times cue in store for the Men's Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center as Al Ossip and president Irving Cypen
review arrangements for the Fall Frolic Dinner-Dance at the
Algiers Hotel on Sunday, October 18th. Plans include audi-
ence participation. Dinner starts at 7 p.m., in the Schehera-
zade Room, with Mai Malkin's orchestra for dancing.
Cypen. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving i ning's entertainment will include
Lehrman will attend along with a number of audience participation
some 100 couples. [events. Professional entertainment
The "frolic" portion of the eve- I is also scheduled.

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Friedman To Install
Milton A. Friedman will be in-
stalling officer, and master of cere-
monies at the installation of offi-
cers of the Men's Club of Temple
Beth Sholem, Hollywood, on Sun-
day. October 18th. Main address
will be given by Rabbi Max M.
Landman, of Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter, Coral Gables.
Rabbi Rackovsky Named
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spirit-
ual leader of Congregation, Beth
Tfilah, was this week appointed to
the Torah Jour Committee of the
Rabbinica! Council of America. An-
nouncement of the appointment
ment was made by Theodore L.
Adams, president.
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B'nai B'rith Women Slate Affairs;
Luncheons, Speakers Are Featured
Coral Gables Chapter, B'nai, B'nai B'rith Women will celebrate
B'rith Women, will give a mem-1 the 300th anniversary of the first
bership dessert luncheon-and card Jewish community In th,c United
>Jb#^/fcrfcterL
=2gS=CX?0BER
party at 12:30 p.m #n "Euesday,
October SfJth. iVi the nome! of "Mrs.
Selmer Lazar, 3170 SW 4th Street.
Mrs. S. D. Lesser, Mrs. A. Sejdler
and Mrs. J. L. Rogers are co*os-
tesses. Reservations are being
taken by Mrs. Georgia Brenner and
Mrs. Saul Bodian.

Flamingo Lodge and Chapter of
B'nai B'rith will hold and old fash-
ioned square dance and Halloween
party on Wednesday. October 21st.
8:30 p.m., at the Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Center. Mrs. Caro-
lyn Sachs and Bernard Levine are
in charge of arrangements.

By popular demand. Miami Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women are giv-
ing another of their frequent smor-
gasbord and card parties on Tues-
day, October 20th. 12 noon, at the
Republican Club, 1947 West Flan
ler Street. Mrs. Bernard Tytell.
chairman, and Mrs. George Lieb-
man. co-chairman, are taking res-
ervations.
The group also held a member-
ship social Thursday at the home
of its president. Mrs. Herman J.
Goldstein. 600 SW 25th Road. Mrs.
Mary Burns was co-hostess.

A meeting dedicated to the work
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation will be held at the North
Dade Jewish Center on October
20th. 8:30 p.m.. under the auspices
of the North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women. Mrs. A. Frank Wel-
lins. District BBYO chairman, will
b guest speaker.

The Miami Beach Chapter of
Cruz Colls For Influx
Of Industry To Miami
Delio Cruz has established tem-
porary headquarters at 1944 SW
8th Street. He is a candidate for
the post of Miami City Commis-
sioner.
In a statement this week, Cruz i
said that he proposes to have the
City of Miami establish an organ-
ized program toward bringing de-
sirable industry into this area.
"Unless we sell Miami to a new
group of industries in a business-
like and organized method. Miami's
growth will be slow and uncertain.
Mere growth of a city by increased
population without a stable econ-
omy to support it is dangerous and
eventually can lead to economic
disaster," Cruz said.
Explaining that the Miami area
has a wonderful climate and fine
scenery, Cruz said that these com-
modities were not enough and that
tangible industry was needed to
back them up.
"While Miami's growth is in-
evitable," the candidate said, "its
planning is negligible. By further-
ing industry here, we can secure
jobs for our residents."
Cruz also proposed extending re-
lations between Latin American
countries and Miami with an eye
toward obtaining improved trade
relations and favors a.Zoning and
Planning Board "free from any
and all political influence."
States and the 110th birthday of
the B'nai B'rith organization at a
membership kickoff brunch at the
Kmpress Hotel on Tuesday. Octob-
er 20th, 11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Dave Alper, who has just
returned from an extended tour
through Israel, will be guest speak-
er.
The group will also hold its Men-
orah games party at the Empress
on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m., with
Mrs. Clare Isaacs in charge.

William Roget will be guest
speaker at a meeting held by the
Emma \^zarus Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women on Monday, October
19th. at the El Commodore Hotel.
Roget is an authority on beauty
culture. *
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The ltotth"*hore Chapter "'of
B'nai R'rith tv'orpen Will hold its
weekly Meoorafc games party at
the Monte Cartyjhotel on Wednes-
day, October 21a*. I p.m.
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Metropolitan Council' f B'nai
B'rith Men "antf Wbnlen' of Greater
Miami will be hosts to Veterans
at Pratt General Hospital, Coral
Gables, during a Fall Show in the
auditorium of the hospital on Sun-
day evening, October 18th, 7:30
p.m. This is the first of a series
of monthly shows arranged for the
veterans the third Sunday of ev-
ery month. Mr. David Linn and
Mrs. Helen Sanders, Veteran chair-
men, announced.
Bande! Lists Planks In New Pla
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Robert Murray Chaikin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chaikin,
790 West 49th Street, will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, October 17th, in the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
address the congregation. A
student in the Religious
School oi the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, Robert is also
in the eighth grade of Nau-
tilus Junior High School.
Allen Streicher, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Streicher,
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning at Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will officiate. Al-
len is a student at the Ida M
Fisher Junior High School
and attends the Beth Jacob
Religious School. A recep-
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rOBER 16, 1953
+Jewli*nr*Hton
PACE 15
[ I UNDER FICTITIOUS
nrr I? Io&fTbY GIVEN that,
e.~ir~1 desiring to engage In
* A.r ihe fictitious name of
jrftTTUB WALL. t II W.
Si" Mount Intend, to r*g-
17., with the Clerk of the
11??. S -de County. Horid..
Rlourt 01 "ERMAN' UORTA
Jpt OARS
C, for Ap-llmntB
[ Kl.iKl'r Street
M -.ILL-________
f^TuNDEH FICTITIOUS
L ..I^fTbTgIVEN that
Enactied, desiring to engage In
E under the fictitious name of
F mom RESTAURANT. at
Euint) rT>rld2. intend, to .reft-
Lnan.,- with the Cleric ofthe
r,v,un "' >"> County. Florifla.
IaKKAT REALTY CORP.. Inc.
i-M-Il'* ^____^_
t^jc UNDER FICTITIOUS
IfB WHEREBY GIVEN that
ulimed, desiring to engage In
7 under the flctltlone name of
gjjoRK HOTEL, at!Dade
Florida, intends to it'*rj
me with the Clerk of fWfcClt-
met of l>de County, Florida.
.ARKAi" REALTY CORP., Inc.
i.tt-11/l _______
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE W HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to cns;age In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAI, PURNITURE OCTLET,
at 431 N. Miami Avenue, Miami. In-
tend" to register said name with the
Clerk of the Ctrcult Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
JOSEPH COHEN
10/13-23-30 11/3
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HER Eli Y OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL CUTLBRY COM PANT
Sot inc.), at 1106 N.W. tTth Ave.,
laml, Fla.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MILTON K. STONE (sole owner)
MYKR8. HRIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
CM Seybold Building
1072-9-16-23
riCC UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
CK is hf:rebt C-TVEN that
(reigned, desiring to engage l
i under the fictitious name of
BDI'CTS CO., at 60S Uncoln
Jkml Ueuch, Intends to regls-
M "" 'l,n ,ne Clerk of the
court of Hade County, Florida,.
'r^ ALF-RED OBOLKR
e*8- 11'
hCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
*. NAME LAW
JrJB IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Crsljn.-d, desiring to engage In
le under the fictitious name of
TAKE TRANSFER CO.. at 7
Tlth Street, Miami, Florida, lu-
te regh.fr said name with the
kf the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
JACK MITCHELL
fT ROTH
Jfor Applicant
MO n i
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
PB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
jratgne.l. desiring to engage In
l trader the fictitious name of
SE8T MIAMI TRAXHrTSK
t N.W. 54th Street, Miami,
\ latend> to register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Countv. Florida.
JACK MITCHELL
FT Id >TH
for Applicant
J.Jfl n ,;
ITICE UNDER .FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|lt"E IS HEREBY OIVEN that
dr*snw|. deMrlng to engage In
under 'he fictitious name of
AN ,Ni KSKRXSCHOOL, at
>'.- Ave, Miami Beach, In-
eg**Ur said name with the
[uf the Circuit *\>urt of Dade
L. Florida.
El. and ESTHER HTE1NMAN
B.VN and sblma ROSE
TtnoEN
|e>' TOr Applicants
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
jKK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
dtrslaned. n firing to engage In
ainrier Hie fictitious name of
I ANP TIDE CREATIONS, at
tasbp Kt.,n Avenue. Intends to
|r said name with the Clerk of
cult Court of Dade County.
. .KAIHKRINR TAYLOR
lAillT ft VON ZAMIT
hvunii r. ,,uiing
Meant
It 11 u
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
The undersigned -gtve notice of thelr
Intentlon to 6% business under the
fictitious name of
FAIR VIEW FARMS
at (05 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,.
Dade County. Flori0a,l'hnl1Hle*Wl'lo>
register aald fictitious neaps w||h
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. October 6, IKS:
CHARLES ZEMEL
'-* ABRAHAM ZEMEL
FANNIE ZEMEL
JOSEPH ZEMEL
10/9-16-33-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name? of
PEOOT-8 ORIGINALS, at 211 5th
St., Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to
register said mime with the Clerk of
tint Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PEGGY SOLOMON (Sole Owner)
10/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ARMORY SUNOCO SERVICE STA-
TION, at J77 N.W. 7th Avenue. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Cuurt of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY ALTMAN
ALEX W El N STOCK
CHARLES J. BODNER
Attorney for Harry Altman
and Alex Weinstock
10/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VARSITY LOUNGE, BAR, PACKAGE
8TORE, at M N.W. 1st 8t., Miami,
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
CIVIC BAR INC.
>,.! i,. I'll A Florida CerpocaHon
jay-l*i3-8 -.,:,..,),/. Hoi ...0.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
i 7 1mr'"Bs intention to do business under the
fictitious name of
ACOUSTl ENGINREKina OF
MIAMI, LTD.
at 3737 N.W. 53rd HtreeL JtssSeam
Dade County. Florida, and latent to
register said fictitious name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Cesut of Dade
County, Florida.' October a, HSS.
BERNARD ZRJDIER
J. J. ItOWI^ajTO
JAY DIENEH
JOSEPH ZEMEL
MS Lincoln Road, Miami Beacn, Fla.
Attorney at LaV
l/-Igr!3-30
Notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PARK BAR, at I5J7 W, Plagler St.,
Miami, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
BTfGBNE J. SCHMALE
RAYMOND REDDY
KKSSLKR A GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1733 W. rfaglea St.
10/l-l-iS-SO
LEflM. HOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NMH LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the -rtctrtlous name of
GLaWS WES-WASH IT, at 201 S.W.
th Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends
*o -BSsjMter aaM name with t he Clerk
of the Circuit Coort of Dade County,
Florida.
ISIDOR M. ROTHMAN,
sole owner
MONROE DIXON
Adtooniy 'star i Mtat-23^g n/
NOTICE
;le| St.
I/ami^a
I HSREB
OMPsasV FICTITIOU
NAME LAW
18 HEREBY GIVEN that
erslgned, desiring to engage in
bnstaesa under tile fictitious name of
SHERRY LINCOLN, at 535 Lincoln
Road. Miami Reach, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. TlorMa.
JAN'S BAKERY
, A Florida Corporation
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
W/9-16-I3-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WEBER'S ICE CREAM CO.. at 2301
N.W. Snd Ave., Miami, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Floridar-
WESENKL INC.
A Florida Corporation
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
10/-l-M-30
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHWIND APARTMENTS, at #?
South Shore Drive, Normandy iBle.
Miami Beach. Dade County, Florida,
Intend to register said name wRh the
Clerk of the Circuit Cowrt of Dade
County, Florida.
ABRAHAM BINKOW
ARRAM- BRICKMAN
BtTRNETT ^SRT M9,D
Attorney for Applicants
12 Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida
5Q/J6-21-30 11/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROSS WOODCRAFT FOR S, at 1113
Northeast 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ANGEL ROSS
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Ross Woodcraftera
113 Congresa Building
/25 10/i--l
NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tbe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACADEMY BCSINESS BROKERS, at
309 Professional Building, Miami, FTa.,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHARLES JULIUS'(Sole Owner)
3/iS 10/2-9-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
,M.JvA>NPv<_FOR DADS COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PR&BAT6, N0..31128B
ImBSl ROSE SINGER.; Deceased rjrln
To Alrcrei
nee UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
PB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
persigned .l.-.-irlnii to engage In
undei Hie fictUloue name of
r PRi.|>ri-T8, at P. O. Box
nl Beach 39, Intend to regls-
_name with the Clerk of the
ISourt of i>ad. County. Florida.
PETEK SOBKL
8E1.WYN I.EVKNTHAL
J-30 U'g
Tj".UNDtR FICTITIOUS
^^NAME STATUTE
IgSJajrsiKiieu give notice of their
" to do business under the
Jgjname of
[HEKHERHOM RANCH
juncoln Uoad. Miami Beach.
?-i,y'.V,"r''1*' and lnte,,<> to
wssia fictitious name with the
l> vi"ZJ-""cult Court of Dade
T Florida. October s, 1953.
CUAHLEet ZEMEL
AURA HAM ZEMEL
FANNIE ZEMEL
JOSEPH ZEMEL
SlINRWPARK
'ot SOT, COdVAlUKEIICt
-g O0BK CASU
Miami rinom*
NOTICE UNDER FfCTlTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVFIN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HECTORS BAR A GRILL, at 7S1
N.!:. 1st Ave., Miami.intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
PAT FUOOl
KESSLER A GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17S2 W. F^gler St.
S 2.". ID 2-9-16
N COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28044-B
RE: ESTATE OF
LYLE JONES. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FUMAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge ah Ancillary Admln-
latrator of the estate of LYLE
JONES, deceased: and that on the
11th day of November, 1953. will ap-
ply to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Ancillary Administrator M
the estate of LYLE JONES, deceased.
This th day of October, 1JM
ll MORTON ROTHENBERG
MORTON ROTHENBERG
410. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
Ancillary Administrator
10/9-16-33-30______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business laaM, the fictitious name of
LION MOTORS, at 1760 S.W. 8th St.,
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida. ~
ZELMAN S ROH1NOVE
Sole Owner
10/16-23-30 11/6
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toweat Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florido
CoU the JEWISH FLORIDIAN ot
v 2-4366
redMors and AU Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate, of ROSE SINGER, deceased
ufU ot Washington, District of Colum-
bia, to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same
In their offices in the County Court-
house In Dade County. Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will be barred.
Date September 37. A.P. ISM.
THELMA SILVEBMAN.
Ad AnTHIary Executrix of the
Ijst Will and Testament of.
ROSE SINGER, Deceased.
georgf; chertkof
Attorney for Executrix
10/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFJREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
1 business under the fictitious name of1
HALEY'S BAR. at 1104 S.W. 8th St..
Miami, Fla.. intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRANK D. HALEY
MARTHA W. HALEY
KESSLER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
17S2 West Flagler SL
10/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business Under the fictitious name of
ARLKNE OF MIAMI, at Miami, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
df Dade County, Florida. -___
SAMUEL SOMMERS
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
10/i-lt-33-30_______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TOWN HOUSE, at 150 10th Street,
Miami Beach. Intends to register said
nsme with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida,
H. A. R. Inc.
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
3J0 Lincoln Rd.
9/25 10/2-9-13____________
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FAINT I'ltolHCTS 1.ISTR1BCTOR8.
at 1119 S.W. First Street, Miami, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. _
* LOUIS SM.VEIt.MAN
S \\1 SILVERMAN
PETE SILVERMAN
ALBERT HI.EH II
owners
9/25 10/2-9-16 _______ '
N6TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the unSerslgned. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious na......
DIXON'8 OROVK RADIO SEKVICE,
St 34K8 Main Highway. Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A. DIXON
M. DIXON
W/2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TA DEED
,N,.%P. *.er*Jtldtlvdl,Olt BEN
BOflKIN, bolder .of City,,*, Hlaleah
Tax Sale Certificate NtmlBeTed 73.
dated the-4th day of June, 'A.D. 1351,
has filed said "Certificate in my office,
and has made apsffcsrtton for tax
steed, to Issue thereeti in accordance
with law. Said Certificate embraces
the following described property, situ-
ated In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt;
Lot 4, Block 87, Fifth Addition
to Htaleah, Plat Book 7. Page
88, In the CRy. at Hlaleah. Coun-
ty of Ode, State of Florida.
The, assessment of. said property
under the Certificate Issued whs In
the name of Cnhan. ITsasss saM
Certificate shall-be redeemed accord-
ing,to law, tx deed will issue thereon
on the 11th day of November, A.D.
1953.
Dated this 7th day of October, A.D.
(Circuit Court Seal) .
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
. Dade County. Florida
By N. S. 8TERRETT,
Deputy Clerk
10/3-18-23-SO ll/
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. Ne. 1M1I1
ABRAHAM ALTMAN, Plaintiff
vs.
MAE ALTMAN. Defendant "^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your answer to the
bill of complaint for divorce filed
herein on plaintiffs attorney, RICH-
ARD KR1KX1ER FINK. 413 Congress
Bldg., Miami. Florida, and to file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the above Court on or before the 9ih
SIT of November, 1953, or a default
11 be entered against you.
DATED this 2nd- day of October,
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
10/9-13-28-30 _______________.
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN
AMD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. No; 2B4S
BETTT HARRIS. Plaintiff.
SAMUEL A. JjeWlB. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: HAMVEl, A. LEWIS
c/o Oert N. Wexler
2230 Pasadena, Detroit. Michigan
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Common Law action has- been
filed against you In the Small Claum
Court In and for Dade County, Flor-
ida by BETTY.HARRIS and yo\i are
required to serve a copy of your. Ans-
wer or pleadings to the Complaint
upon the Plaintiff's attorney, fSaorge
J. Tauanoff. 430 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or pleadings in the office of
the Clerk of the Small claims Court,
Miami, Florida, or appear to defend
the- astlon, on or before tbe 2nd day
of November. 1953, at-9:00 a.m.: said
date being the date of trial in the
above entitled cause; otherwise, judg-
ment-by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Complaint.
Dated this 28th day of September,
1983.
Clerk of Small Claims Court
R. W. GREESON, Deputy
(Seal) _____
GEORGE J. TAUANOFF. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
430 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
10/2-9-16-23 .
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE BEST EMPLOYMENT SERV-
ICE, at 1159 N.W. Third Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALICE HESS. Sole Owner
IRVING H. PROPPER
Attorney for Alice Hess, Owner
10/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BOINELL ORIGINAL, at 5 S.W. tad
Avenue, Miami, Intends to register
said name with the <"lerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
GARY OF MIAMI. INC.
Sole Owner
STANLEY RICHARD
Attorney for Applicant <
605 Lincoln Road
9/25 10/2-9-16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31063A
In Re: ESTATF: <>E
CHARLE8 WA8SER, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and reeralred to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of CHARLES WASHER, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County. Judges of
Dade County, and Ble the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade Couttty. Florida, Within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as sforesald. or same
will be barred.
Date September 25. A.D. 1953.
NETTIE H. WASHER snd
STANLEY H. WAS8ER
As Executors of the Last Will
and Testament of
CHARLES WASSER.
Deceased.
LEONARD J, KALISH
Attorney for Executors
10/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALPINE CIGARETTE SERVICE
COMPANY, at 3154 S.W. 23rd St.,
Miami, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk-; of the- Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
Ml-RRAY TOISTER
9/18-23 10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage li
business under tiie fictitious name of
MIAMI SHELL FACTORY, at 1054S
Blscavne Blvd., Miami, Intend to
register said flamVWH* the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade .County,
Florida. % -
GLORIA ROMERO MOLINA
FRED T. WALSH
9/18-25 10/2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 90676
In Re: ESTATE OF .
EUGENE FINE. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons "Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of EUGENE F'lNE, deceased
late of Hamilton County. Ohio, to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
fices In the County Courthouse la
Darin County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date Wepttember 18, A.D. 1953.
jf:an FINE,
As Ancillary Executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of
EUGENE FINE. Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Ancillary Executrix
9/2.". 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BONDED MORTGAOE COMPANY, at
207-9 Pan American Bank Huildlng,
Miami, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM H. GRONER
ALEX YOUNGBRMAN
NORMA M1NSKY
MYERS. HEIMAN and KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owners
850 SevlMild Building
9/25 10/2-9-16
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51158
Notlee Is hereby given that NA-
THANIEL W. SIEGEL, holder of City
of Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate Num-
bered 301, dated the 4th day of June,
A.D. 1951. has filed Bald Certificate
In my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to Issue thereon In
accordance with taw. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property, sHuated In Dade County.
Florida, to-wit:
iTt 19. FHorfc 5*. Studs. Addi-
tion to Hlaleah. Putt Book 9,
Page 5, m the City of Hlaleah,
County of Dade, State of Flor-
ida. __.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of UNKNOWN. Unless ald
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 2tth day of October. A.D. 1953.
Dated this 8th day of September,
A.D. 1953. r b LEATHBRMAN#
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By N. C. Sterrett.
Circuit Court Seal Deputy clerk
9/25 10/2-9-16-23
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Tfc*) lowtsh Florldlcm so-
BcHs your togad Dettess.
Wo MKJal RlteW. Phocw 1-1141

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