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The Jewish Floridian ( November 6, 1953 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY b^Number 45 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS N REJECTS UN REPORT ON KIBYA Bennike Charges Israeli Troops Were in Sanctioned* Operation UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Gen-, eral Vagn Bennike. UN truce supervision chief in Palestine, charged the Israel Army this week with responsibility for the Kibya raid. He cited t'o the Security Council reports of UN investigators to support this charge and estimated that 250 to 300 "well-trained Israeli soldiers carried out this operation." The UN truce official described the Kibya incident against a background of troubled border conditions and repeated disturbances of the peace. He warned that "a threat to the security of the area is possible." and stressed that Kibya and other incidents could not be considered as isolated incidents. General Bennike told the Security Council that "the hand grenade thrown on the night of the 12th13th October into a house in the Israeli village of Yahud which caused the death of two small children and their mother, may have provoked the attack on Kibya 48 hours later, that resulted in the death of 53 Arab inhabitants and the dstruction of more than 40 dwellings." He said that "the latest news received from the United Nations observers indicates the persistence of tension, particularly in Jerusalem." That situation, he said, is "dangerous and should be watched closely." Spreading Tension UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold addressed the Council and offered astern warning to the | "parties concerned" in the ArabIsrael dispute to refrain from any j actions "which would contribute to a widening of tension in the area and, especially, to avoid any acj tion which could jeopardize the Security Councils present endeav; ors." He called on both sides to refrain from any action contrary to the armistice agreements and which could "prejudice the attainment of permanent peace in Palestine." General Bennike, summing up Ambassador Abba fbon challenges Bennike the situation on the Israel-Jordan demarcation line, said the present tension was "due, to a large extent, to the problem of infiltration. This problem," he said, "is particularly difficult because the demarcation line is 620 kilometers long and hapContinued on Page 10 A Israel denotes points of attack constituting breaches order made by Arab forces during 1952 and 1953. numbers are immediately above the Arab villages fere points of departure for the attacks. Triangles : Israeli cities and settlements which were targets for marauders. [illion Dollars in Aid Funds Ready for Israel Telegraphic Agenc" "JGTON—Measures to ex( %  ment to the State of Isj 26.000.000 in Mutual Sefor the first six months cal year were being takej [week following President fer's White House anent that American ecoto Israel had been refcnt Eisenhower moved to ^hort-lived susj>ension of aid after a storm of proVashington over American nent of Israel on issues adjudicated by the.Unfc' bns Security Council. kove followed, within 24 srael's action in repeating •Gurion 11 Retire SALEM (JTA)—The intenPremier David Ben-Gurion up his office by November Ks indicated here this week x-gan his "final round" of twins with leaders of his rty and with other parties toalition government regardfuture of the Cabinet folhis withdrawal, premier said he expects reontinued on Pofo 10 A to the Security Council an offer made in Jerusalem October 13th by Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett to Major General Vagn Bennike, UN truce chief in Palestine, to suspend work on the Jordan River project pending Security Council consideration of the question. General Bennike rejected the Israel proposal and insisted that Israel should agree to halt work on """"" Continued on Pa#o 10 A JWRto Mark Centennial of Center Movement at Conference Harold Slmuom he hoi orgreed The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, of which Stanley C. Myers is president, will serve as host to a large group of out-oft o w n delegates attending the eighth annual meeting of the Southern Section-JWB. The Board of Directors of the GMJCC will be on hand to greet the delegates, coming from eleven Southern States between Florida and Texas. AH of the sessions of the conference will take place at the Delano Hotel. An Oneg Shabbat will be held on Saturday, November 7th, at 3 p.m., in the Zodiak Room of the Hotel. It will feature a discussion on the relationship of Jewish community centers to synagogues. The FlaglerGranada Choir will present a number of selections and will lead the audience in the singing of Sabbath songs. Formal opening of the conference will take place on Saturday night, November 7th. at 7 p.m., in the Blue Room. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, head of the Convention Committee, will chair the dinner meeting. A keynote address will be heard from Samuel D. Gershovitz of New York., He will discuss the role of the Jewish community center in the light of current community needs. Myers, who is chairman of the convention Program Committee, will serve as discussant of the keynote address. The Sunday morning and afternoon session will be devoted to a series of workshops on the purposes and program of Jewish community centers and current trends in financing centers. The panelists in these various sessions will in elude center leaders from various parts of the South who have had specific experience with these matters. The luncheon session on Sunday will highlight the work of the JWB Armed Services program. Harry Herbert, of New York, who has been associated with this work, will speak on the military front of the future. Highlight of the convention will be the Centennial Banquet which will take place on Sunday evening. November 8th. at 7 p.m., in the Blue Room of the Delano Hotel. A special program will be presented to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Jewish community center movement which occurs this year. Mrs. Walter E. Heller, of Chicago, Continued on Pago 9 A With the Jewish Community Center Centennial Emblem providing the inspirational nole, local center leaders make lastminute plans for the southern regional conference of the Jewish Welfare Board to be held this weekend at the Delano Hotel. Highlight of the conference will be a banguet on Sunday night, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the first YMHA. Left to right are Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center; Leon Kaplan, president, JWB Southern Section; and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, conference chairman.



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PAGE 10 A PAGE 2 A +Jmis9.thrk0*n Jerusalem Service Slated For Beth El Center Wednesday !" >*Y, WQV BgB ^ A service dedicated to the commemoration of the 3.000th anniversary of Jerusalem will be held on Wednesday evening, November 11th. 8 p.m.. at Congregation Beth El. 500 SW 17th Avenue. Miami. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. K th El spiritual leader, will be chairman of the evening. Rabbis Max Shapiro, of Beth David Synagogue, and Simon April, of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, will make dedicatory addresses. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral GaMes Jewiak Center, will lead the congregation in prayer and in the recitation of the Oath to Jerusalem. Delivering the invocation will be Rabbi Alfred Waxman. of the West Miami Jewish Center. Cantors Maurice Mamches. Beth David. Berele Kelemer. Miami Hebrew School, and Irving Robinson. Coral Gables, will chant the liturgy. "In view of the travail in which the State of Israel and its Capital City currently find themselves, the Wednesday commemoration here j will be of great importance," Rabbi Swirsky said. "It will be a solemn and reverential service dedicated to our expression of gratitude for the past and our hopes fo'r the future." Kappa Tau Tea %  16 through is t t fte G re Z ?S,t ] Plans are under way for a KapUni Jewish Community Cem H Prhin too tnr -K, Aronovitz Says He Stands On Record The toughest thing in the world is to run for public office in this j day and age without spending mon-, ey. Abe Aronovitz has been finding out. but he is determined to hold j to his campaign pledge of keeping his campaign expenditures under a I thousand dollars he said this week.! Aronovitz detailed the'costs ofi the campaign so far when he spoke before his campaign workers and close supporters at a rally Wednesday at his office in the Seybold Building. "My biggest problem is convincing my friends that I am just not going to try to buy my way into public office." He said "I"m stand, ing firm !" my record of working for Miami all my life and fighting for what I consider right." Aronovitz added that he is de| pending on his friends and supJ porters, "but I will not clutter up the streets with campaign signs or j clutter up th* mails with campaign literature. "I'm proud of my record since Initial plans for a 20th annivermv first davs in Miami many years ill a.ldress l. a ,|er> of the Jewish sary Thanksgiving dance and re** And m P r Ud haVC *** ommunity of Tampa on the subun.on for the Town Branch of the endorsem *"t *o many civic Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and past president of the Miami Bea?h Clirgy Council, presents the gavel to the newly elected president for the coming year. Dr. Wiley Scott, Minister of the Miami Beach Community Church. The Clergy Council is made up of clergymen of all faiths whose purpose is to bring to the community the message that is common to all religious groups. First Choice WILN0 KOSHER "PURE BEEF" MEAT PRODUCTS are: A FAVORITE IN EVERY JEWISH HOME 3 D STRICTLY KOSHER •SALAMI • BOLOGNA FRAKKFUBTEBS CORNED BEEF DELICIOUS DELIGHTFUL DELECTABLE Bandel To Address Tampa Bond Leaders Judge I-ouie Bandel. of Miami. Town GMJCC Marks 20th Anniversary ct of the Israel-Arab crisis next ^unday night. November 8th. it Greater Miami Jewish Community Center we/e formulated at the first vas announced this week at the mee,in K of the Dance Committee (ate of Israel Bond Office in Mi h, r '' T ""da > evening. mi beach. The meeting will follow a buffet ippcr at the home of Clarence I' Berolzheimer who. with Mrs. Thom C. 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.y NOVEMBER 6. 1953 -Jewish fhrkUan PAGE 3 A jpmy Otters -H tnHtUute _v opting session of the HeLAcadtW Adult institute will 1 place M Monday evening, NoUr9lh. 8 p.m.. at the Academy llding. T rs A j, r.nder Kogan. chairman [the Hebrew Academy Room Lrs sponsors Of the Adult In[,! this week that courses %  "1 and advanced Hebrew and i, eW i-h yhilosophy will be ofI dur • j the current season. | nr tn ,., who cannot attend the CL asses, a special session ,L c( -i.jcted on Monday afterins fnm 1230 to 2 p.m., at the I H( mv conducting the adult Lew' -cs will be Miss ShushlaSpec; r. Hebrew Academy mbctor radio commentator and Lhor of the book. Hebrew foe class in Jewish philosophy I be ci r.ducted by Rabbi Alexis s. Gross, principal of the %  demy. Donee Exhibit At Kahaner Ladies' Group The Mollit* Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation of Monticello Park will hold a membership tea on November 11th, at 8-30 p.m. Highlight of the evening will be a dance exhibition by the Fred Astaire Dance Studios of Hollywood. The membership will participate in a "mad-hat" contest, and prizes will be awarded for the most original, the most humorous and the most attractive hats. Mrs. Daniel Abramowitz is in charge of the program. Dr. Aidman To Speak Dr. Ted Aidman, practicing psychologist, will be guest speaker during a meeting of the Israelite Center PTA on November 9th, at 8 p.m. A former instructor at the Universities of Wisconsin and Miami, Dr. Aidman will discuss the importance of cooperation in religion. Engineer Will Address Beach Lodge Lunch The weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held on Tuesday, November 10th, 12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel. Carl Ltenau, ele'etrieal engineer, will be guest speaker. Lienau has developed a sonic device to discover bodies under water and to prevent accidental drownings. Luncheon chairman is Gershon S. Miller. Discussing plans for the first evening gathering of the PTA of the Miami Beach Jewish Center to be held at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman are (left to right) Mrs. Lehrman, Mrs. Lewis M. Escott, chairman of the event, and Mrs. Benjamin B. Greene, president of the PTA. Golden Agers Sponsor Talent Program Sunday A talent program will be presented by the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Sunday, November 7th, at 2 p.m. Golden Age-sponsored dancing classes are held on Sundays from 1 until 2 p.m. English classes are on Wednesdays from 4:30 until 6 p.m. Nothing could outperform it before — Nothing can touch it now! Hudson Hornet, National Stock-Car Champion for the third year running— oflrs even more power and greater performaoc* for 1954. Drive it today f The exciting new 1954 HUDSON HORNET ,-.; Instant Action Engines with Super Induction Gain National Acclaim %  .. !;i New Flight-Line Styling for the Fabulous Hudson Hornet Sedan. More and more people are trying -are buying the fabulous 1954 Hudson Hornet. They've found, when you step on it in a Hornet, something happens instantly! There's no mushy pause. The new 1954 ^ornet has all-new .styling, neV interior luxury, power steering*', power brake3* and exclusive Twin H-Power*, to make driving this car the most exciting motoring you've ever known! Come in; try a Hudson Hornet, today. It will open your eyes to what real moto ring is like. New Flight-Line Styling New Salon Lounge Interiors New Perfected Power Steering* New Improved Power Brakea* New. Fully Automatic Drive** •OptiaoaJ at axtra coat Famous Kunninp Mates of the Hornet NEW HUDSON JET NEW HUDSON WASP Hornet-like performance in the lowest price field. A compact, economical, easy-to-handle car with ample room for six. Smash hit in the low-medium price field. Greater power and luxury at a new low price. Worthy companion of the Hudson Hornet. Standard trim and other aoeciflcatioiio and ul.ie.-l to chanca without noOca. or so !" ^5s !" sa. u -5.-sr" ,>IS !" !UT0R DIXIE HUDSON, INC. 12700 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY NORTH MIAML FLORIDA HUDSON LAUDERDAU MOTORS, INC 100 S.K. 6th Avenue Fort Louder-dale. Florida HUDSON TRAIL MOTORS, INC. 1305 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI FLORIDA THURMAN MOTORS 1 So. Flagler Avenue Hemestead, Florida



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)XY. NOVEMBER 6. 1953 'Jewish ftcrldiar PAGE S A IN TEL AVIV TO SPEED COMPLETION OF HOTEL ban B. Ruskin, Miami Beach in ^triahst and hotel man, arrived Tel Aviv last week to speed bmplet'o" and attend the opening the newly-constructed Dan Ho C. i n which he has a large, conoiling interest. Ruskin is also member of the group which has tt n invited by Prime Minister lenGurion for the conference on L economic and commercial situLn in Israel. As an attendant at the confer,. Ruskin represents the Greatr Miami Jewish Federation. 'Representing a group of Miami ackers in what has. been called ne of Ue finest and most modern rteis in the world," Raskin re.rred to the lavish, nine-story edits overlooking the Mediterranean >a in Tel Aviv as a "combination : American know-how and Israeli lorkmanship". \ F irst interested in the Hotel.in 0, two years after the cessation the War of Liberation and the publishment of the State. Ruskin. beether with six other American dustrialists, said that he forethe eventual development of bis small nation as the modern emocratic bastion of the Middle last and decided to invest in it. uilt with Israeli labor and Amerin capital and existing under jiss management, the ultra-modtn Dan is the largest hotel in Isfccl. I Toether with Ruskin in the hofcl enterprise are Samuel Friedbnd. chairman of the Board of wd Fair Stores; Lewis Stein, (resident of Food Fair; Max OroBtz, Miami industrialist and hotel toner; Sam Stein, attorney for the ^oup; I. L. Mintzer, president of Fixzit Corporation and Miami each hotel man; and Samuel llank. president of National Brands. All have held positions f leadership with the Greater Mimi Jewish Federation, the organation which conducts the Combini Jewish Appeal each year. \ Ruskin. Blank and Orovitz are last presidents of the Federation. Aside from .the Dan Hotel, Ruspin's group has a major interest in lil prospecting in the Negev, the outhern section of Israel. Enthusiastic about the possibility of the discovery of oil in Israel, he told leaders here that this accomplish ment "would definitely be a deciding factor in establishing Israel as an economic entity, and in large measure would provide a certain commercial stability for the country." Asserting that the newly-constructed Dan Hotel is as fine as the most modern structures in Miami Beach, Ruskin said that it compares favorably with any existing hotel in the world. Containing 190 rooms, all equipped with bath, radio, telephone and individual temperature control, the hotel is one of the few in this area to be completely air conditioned. The hotel also features an American-type night club which will star name entertainers, a bar, stage and dance floor which face the sea. The lavish Dan, constructed with an investment of $3,500,000, boasts the Middle East's finest orchestras and a roof garden which accommodates 500 persons. The Dan also includes in its ultra-modern, Israeli-designed building large conference rooms suitable for international meetings and conventions and other private rooms for all purposes. "The Dan Hotel," Ruskin declared while inspecting the new building, "will stand as a landmark to the progress made in the relations between combined American and Israeli industrial enterprises." HMO Is Featured Hadassah Medical Organization will be highlighted at the first general membership meeting of the Israeli Group of Hadassah to be held in the Roney Plaza Hotel on Monday, November 9th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Herbert Linick is chairman. Mrs. Joseph Kantor will present a program with the following participating: The Mesdames Fred Aaronson, David Joseph, Irwin Karson, M. Kurzweil, Harry Sturm, Jack'Rosenthal, Henry Waitzkii\ and Oett Warner.' 1 Resident of the Group is Mrs.Harry M. Kaplan. Dan B. Ruskin inspects finishing touches on the Dan Hotel in Tel Aviv prior to its grand opening. is ifm m The Dan Hotel in Tel Aviv represents a $3,500,000 investment 1 in-Israel by Dan B. Ruskin and other Miami Beach industrialists. Shown above is the 150-room edifice nearing completion. Ruskin is in Israel to attend formal opening oi the hotel and also to represent the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at a conference of Israeli leaders. 1TV MATZOH MEAL (m ___•. x ___!____ liomtUr"bremihi§"(kop5, _____ __ ___ ; _*_J F I 0 j "IKE _t__j fr _j ____£ ) | M f H THE TASTE" AK Luncheon To Hear Dr. Mitchell In Talk On Segregation Laws, Schools "If the Supreme Court outlaws segregation, will the public schools be transformed overnight?" This will be the subject of an address by Dr. George Mitchell at a luncheon meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Committee, on November 9th, at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Dr. Mitchell is director of the Southern Regional Council and an authority on the economic and social problems of the South. He received his PhD at Johns Hopkins and for several years was Professor of Economics at Columbia University. JDf. Joseph, :Weidberg, chairman of the American Jewish Committee, announced that the meeting will be open to the public. George Bertman, chapter program chairman, is in charge of arrangements. Christmas Liets Planks In Platform Randy Christmas, candidate for the Miami city commission, this week announced a 19-point Christmas program. He prefaced his platform with the statement "The following is my platform—submitted to you without a single miracle cure and in the belief that integrity on the part of the candidate is a better guarantee of right action than irresponsible promises." Dignity and harmony on the commission, opposition to "wasteful spending which would result in higher taxes," enforcement of all laws at all times, exerting "every effort to improve Miami's credit rating," cooperation withithe county on common problems, and support of the Metropolitan Miami Municipal Board were major points in the platform. Christmas also called for citizens committees to help solve complex city problems, maintaining and improving the civil service program for city employees, continuing and heightening the city's slum clearance program and cooperating with the Long Term Capital Improvement Budget Committee. Minzer Is New Miami Manager For Israel Bonds Manfred L. Minzer, Jr. will arrive here this weekend to assume his new duties as city manager of the Greater Miami area for the State of Israel Bond Organization, replacing Borah Shnaider. Shnaider has already left the city for his new position with the bond organization in the New Jersey area. Clifford Straus, assistant city manager, is in charge until the arrival of Minzer. The new city manager is a graduate of Grinnel College and took i post-graduate courses at Columbia I and Harvard. He is 34 years of age 1 and married. Minzer served in the armed forces from 1941-46 with the In! fantry and held the rank of Capi tain when he received his honor| able discharge. He was in charge of sales promotion. Central Record Corporation, from 194648. For the following two years, he was a field representative for the United Jewish Appeal, and in 1951, he represented Brandeis University. Minzer, in 1952, was appointed Regional Supervisor. New England area, American Friends of the Hebrew University, Weizmann Institute and Haifa Technion. He joined the Israel Bond Organization later that year and served in West Virginia, Pittsburgh and Houston, prior to his transfer to Miami. 75 Youth To Attend Senior Judaea Meet Seventy-five young boys and girls are expected to attend the annaul South Florida Senior Judaea Conclave to be held November 13th to 15th. according to Joe Pardo, president of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. Open to Senior Judaea members and prospects of the 13 to 17 age group, the conclave will be held at the Arlington Hotel, Miami Beach. J Highlights of the weekend will include Friday night and Saturday services, an Oneg Shabbat and an Israeli Cafe Night. Yo'sef Peri, an Israeli messenger who is touring the South for Young Judaea, will be guest. Working on the Arrangements Committee for the Youth Commission, which is sponsoring the conclave, are Pardo, Mrs. Beatrice Solloway, Mrs. Bertram Miller, Al Osheroff and Dave Goodwin. Herbert Allan Tobin, son of Mr. Ben Tobin and Jeanefte Tobin Cameron, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. November 7th, 10:45 a.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Herbert is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High School. Golda Myerson Club To Mark Book Month Jewish Book Month will be mark ed by the Pioneer Women, Golda Myerson Club, on Tuesday evening. November 10th. 8 p.m.. at Congregation Beth El, according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president. Marim Kurman will review Shol em Aleichem's. The Adventures' Of Motel The Cantor's Son. Also scheduled are vocal selections by Mrs. Frances Packer, with Miss Anyuta Melicov at the piano Chairman of the evening will be Miss Ruth Uliss. 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jAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1953 +Je*Utt1fr* *k* ERSONALLY PEAKING I Mr and Mrs. Sherwood Lavine. 236 NW 64th Court, announce birth of their son, Larry Stew8t Doctors Hospital on Octo28th. The new arrival joins his others, Jerry Allen, 12, Stephen Ehrhacl. 10, and Edward Scott, 5. Iranii parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jenry Miller^and Mrs. Minna LaInc. all of Miami. ir it -Cr Ijtrs Sarah Goldberg, of 242 feridian Avenue, Miami Beach, is I Jersey City, New Jersey, visiting r r children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack |eddy Goldberg and Mr. and Mrs. ck Altshuler. On November 8th, will be present at the Bar Mitzof her grandson, Arthur Abba pTdbcrg. Her daughter, Miss Bea• Goldberg, of Miami Beach, join her there at that time. jr. and MrsMorris Brooks and R. DUretla Weiss entertained at Halloween Party Saturday, nonMelody flope Weiss at their ne. 520 SW 62nd Court, Miami. ne the young guests present Renee and Adrian Bichman, van and Uene Litman, Peggy, sy and Donna Bitnick and CarJane Hancock. Unable to atbecause of illness were NorWcissman and Adele Rickman. Walton, who has had much pnence in modern dance and "ography, has studied with na Graham, Hanya Holm, Primus and at the Julliard 1 of Music. EPEK IRF E I1 DABLB DOMESTIC HELP |"EU1ABLE OAV WORKERS M EMPLOYMENT ,. SERVICE • 65t n sirt Phon. t-S401 L MEIDENBERQ. Owner A testimonial dinner honoring Alex Van Straaten for his leadership in the Zionist movement over the past decade will be held at the new Sterling Hotel in Miami Beach Sunday evening, December 13th. Fred Jonas, president of the Miami Beach Israel-Zionist District, announced that Leo Robinson will serve as dinner chairman. Mr. Van Straaten,-a charter member and past president of the District, will be 70 years' of age on the day of the dfnner celebration. "A decade of ardent Zionist effort and inspired leadership by Mr. Van Straaten will be acclaimed by the total Miami Beach community on the occasion of this dinner," Jonas said. • to make early reservations. 'This dinner celebration," the chairman said, "will bring together under the best possible circumstances the District membership at a moment of history when we find the welfare and stability of Israel less secure than we had hoped." Mr. Van Straaten, who became a resident of Miami Beach 13 years ago, is best known here for his leadership in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and of the local Zionist District. His work in helping to launch Mount Sinai Hospital also placed him in the forefront of Jewish community effort. Born in Philadelphia. Van Straaten served as president of the Northern Liberties Hospital of that city and as president of the Green Valley Country Club. He was also president of Temple Judea. For many years he headed the firm of Van Straaten and Havey, raw silk converters, with headquarters in Japan. The dinner will be the first event to open the new Sterling Hotel at 6767 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. The Sterling will be the first major ocean front hotel in the luxury class to feature an all kosher kitchen. An attendance of 500 persons is expected at the dinner celebratiohH and service will be at twenty-five dollars a plate. Tots About Town... Gables Zionists Are Caravan Sponsors The Coral Gables Zionist District will hold its next regular meeting on Thursday, November 12th, 8:15 p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will be principal speaker. Morris Simon, president, indicated this week that %  the' talk will discuss In accepting Utf'ch^ i rmai w hhJ,4 ^ < "" ot l ttrrecfiWI'of Zieaist and Robinson called upon all rrremWf^^'movement's future Simon also announced that the Coral Gables District will be one of the sponsors of the Israel Caravan slated to appear here on November 17th, including a cast of Israeli dancers and artists, a*4 under the auspices of the Zionist Organization of America. Dr. Hopman To Discuss Cytology On Monday The Herzl Group of Hadassah will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, November 9th, 12:45 p.m., at the Caribbean Hotel. Mrs. Oscar Sindell will preside. Mrs. Louis Goldman, chapter coordinator for the Medical Center, will present a report on the Hadassah convention held last week in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Sidney Ross, program chairman, will introduce Dr. B. Cornells Hopman, research associate at the Cancer Institute of Miami. Dr. Hopman will present a film and speak on cancer cytology. Mrs. Edward.Friedman and Mrs. Jerome Goodman are in charge of arrangements for the afternoon. -•%  i TAKE OUR PICTURE NOW posing ore Gary and Leslie Winston, children of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Winston. 201 SW 21st Road, Miami. -,. _, 1 — Da by I'hotes by Ai-'lfnore Convention Report Slated The Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah will meet at the Empress Hotel on November 0th, 1:15 p.m. RepOtt on the highlights of the Hadassah Convention held in Washington will be given by the Mesdames Morris Alpert, Abraham Greenberg and Irwin Weinstein. Mrs. Abraham Cassel, program chairman, will present a packet of HMO Playlets, featuring the Mesdames Boots Gettelman, Ruth Rudine, Georgia Serbin and Eddie Sief. Sharet Chapter Meeting Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will meet on Tuesday evening, November 10th, at the home of Miss Arlene Imber, 2156 SW 16th Terrace. The slate for new officers will be read, and further plans will be discussed for community service projects. Psychologist Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal will discuss marriage counsel. Pioneer Women's Dinner To Honor Workers Pioneer Women, Club No. 1, will hold a dinner on Sunday evening, November 15th, 6 p.m., at Congregation Beth Tfilah. Honored will be Mrs. Leah Natkin, financial secretary, and Mrs. Betty Schechter, Israel supply chairman. Proceeds of the affair are slated" for the new School of Nursing now being constructed at Kanot, IsraeL i Adult Group Plans Candlelight Dance Candlelight Dance is being planned by the Adult Social Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, to be held on Saturday evening, November 7th. Howard Margolis is chairman of the dance. Assisting are Ruth Easley, Bea Kelter, Zelda Rose andt Mac Wyden. • • %  I 1 THE HUB STORES headquarters for foundations for smartness your • ABOVE — 111) bri with band-aaty lupport. You'll lo* it (or its comfort id long woar. % Cotton, B cup, 32 to 38 .... $2.25 Cotton. 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\Y, NOVEMBER 6, 19S3 fJmi&fkrt&vn fflflVEL IS WEALTH OF SOUL, JUDGE OKA FEELS PACE 9 A Jewish Floridian Feature The SS Maasdam took Miami Judge Kenneth Oka and his ,iily to Europe in July. They turned here a little over a month n, and their impressions are still (vivid that they describe the trip jth a continuing sort of zest. The is were in Europe three years too. and they could hardly for a second go at the contirhe Justice of the Peace puts it i way: 'Travel is like acquiring knowledge of a new symphony concerto. One gains a vast numof images and ideas. They're intangible, but no amount of tflbles can be properly traded fthem. Images and ideas are the gc wealth of the human soul, matters about which we are bftefi concerned — personal acfeition in the form of clothes and niture for our home as an ex,| e bogthe spirit down." long with the Judge and his V Gertrude, went their three jdfen. Barbara June, 10, Mi|le. 7'?. and Stephanie, 5'£. The s' fourth child, a one-year-old, ed behind to hold down the at 2801 Fairgreen Drive, Mi| Beach "We landed in RotterHolland." the Judge said, took the train to Amsterdam, isn't,conscious of being in a Bgn country there. The archiure is like New York's. We it get the feeling of being in ope until we reached the fishj villages on the Zuider Zee." P'om Holland, the Oka family down to Zurich and Switzerwhich the Judge characterizes ring "untouched by war and III to the experiences of "the around." There. Barbara \, Michele and Stephanie were off to school, and the Okas for Spain. "The Spanish ktryside and cities are hot in Rummer," Judge Oka said. "The is barren right up to Andal and it's a wonder that the can wrest a living from the One day in Seville, it was JOB ees.'' ie fif tungtftftjtaiMto psh propaganda was in Toledo. aided tour was the only means (kiting the Alcazar, a 1938 milifortress. There, they were the Fascist General Moscara tie on which is engraved in ch, Spanish, German and Eng| a dialogue between the Genand a Communist Loyalist. [•the Loyalists were called Red he Franco Falangists," Judge .explained. The dialogue goes emphasize the brutality of Republicans "despite the provptrocity on both sides engaged life-and-death civil war." Jewish merchant on a train from Tetuan to Tangiers told 3kas that General Franco does a controlled Spain. "The frnroent is in the hands of the aristocrats and the Church Judo* Kenneth Oka ... 0 street in Milan which collects daily tribute," Judge Oka paraphrased the merchant. "The General is merely a figurehead who will probably be replaced by the Pretender to the Spanish throne on his death." The Peace Justice pondered. "Then, I suppose," he said, "the Spanish will fall into the Western line as a 'democracy' with an absolutist regime masked behind it that permits no habeas corpus or any other basic freedom and whose powerful Church prevents divorce. Spaniards will be dragged out of their beds and 'disappear' just like they do now under Franco." Tetuan is the old military base from which the General started his uprising. It is still the encampment of the Spanish Foreign Legion. After visiting the casbah there, and its Jewish section, they dialectical materialism and Marxism. One out of three of them is a Communist simply because he needs more money to eat." The famous Italian Jewish manufacturer of typewriters and other office equipment, Olivetti, has instituted a number of economic rel forms in his industry. He has es| tablished commissaries, retirement [plans and compulsory health programs in which his employees participate. "But he is practically alone," Judge Oka said. "The oth|ers are not willing to follow his I example — one which must ulti; mately protect their own economic freedom, if anything can in the I face of abject poverty everyj where." The couple found a beautiful Vienna silent except for its musical activities. There are almost no 1 Jews in theiirity and few in-Austria i,at. targe. ^Everywhere vr£ went," Judge Oka said, "Russian soldiers marched unsmiling with drawn submachine guns. We heard a good deal of anti-American sentiment in Vienna, but this was little different from similar feelings expressed throughout the continent." Much talked about was the Rosenberg case which had left a bad taste in the mouths of the Europeans. "They compared it with Sacco and Vanzetti and indicated that the convicted pair was accorded bad treatment." From the young Frenchman who insisted that "a little" dictatorship is a good thing to the porters in the railroad station at Madrid who fought to carry their bags for a few pennies, from the Jew in Venice who had just come out of an Italian glass factory explaining the economic problem of the artisan to the discovery that Franco hides beggars and orphans during the summer tourist season so that the Alhambra in Granada can show off an ancient splendor of the old Moorish Kingdom unmarred by poverty, the Okas experienced a summer of informative travel. Perhaps most interesting was the talc told them by a friend of theirs, went on to meet the Chief Rabbi', a German refugee residing in Sienna. Eric Pitch, who had been an attorney and journalist and who subsequently became head of the Joint Distribution Committee in Rome. "There was a group of Catholic peasants in Calabria," Oka said, "who became entranced with the precepts of Judaism, practiced it as best they could according to the Old Testament and who suddenly called on Pitch to help them in their conversion. Today, these new Jews constitute a vigorous colony in Israel." y& Judge Oka thought (orYa moment. "Strange," be-im, "the things one learns While, traveling It's like acquiring the knowledge of a new symphony or ^fcbncerto. One gains a vast number of images and ideas. They .are the basic wealth of the human soul ." of Tangiers, where the Jews have their own civil courts and 14 synagogues, almost all of which are Orthodox. France was the Okas' next stop. They left a Spanish people too worn out to resist its future and came into a wealthy land by contrast and one. Judge Oka said, which is marked by much political opinion. "But our main goal was Italy, and we got to Venice as quickly as possible. There we saw the fundamental reason for Italian Communism." Judge Oka explained that this Communism is less ideological than a protest against the difference between the cost of labor and the selling price of manufactured articles. "The average Italian," he said, "knows little or nothing about William Kappell, 31-year-old piano virtuoso, died in a plane crash last week. The British airliner was only a few minutes from San Francisco. An uncle, I Dr. Abraham Wolfson, lives at 124 11th Street. Miami Beach. Mr. Kappell appeared here last year in a performance of the Third Piano Concerto by Sergei Prokofiev with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra under the baton of John Bitter. He made his official debut at the Lewisohn Stadium, New York, in 1942. JWB Will Mark Center Centennial Continued from Page 1 A will speak on the challenge of the Centennial. A specially written playlet, entitled A Gift For David will also be presented. The conference will close on Monday, at 1 p.m., at the termination of the business session. Following the conference, the professional staff of t h e Jewish community centers in the South will participate in a professional training institute. They will focus attention on the subject of programming for Jewish objectives in the Jewish community center. Alex Rosen, of New York, will conduct the discussion. Efraim H. Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is program chairman of the institute, t All sessions of the Conference will be open to the public. Cantata Featured At Szotd Meeting Mrs. Harold Melnick. president of the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah, will report on the national convention of Hadassah. held in Washington, DC, last week, which she attended as a delegate. The report is slated for the November 9th meeting of the group, 1 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. Plans wilr*ne made for the celebration of Henrietta Szold's birthday on December 14th. Highlighting the program in observance of Jewish Book Month will be a cantata. Bookprints Of Civilization, presented by Mrs. Alfred Stone as narrator and Cantor Aaron Weingarten, of Congregation Beth Jacob. Olga Bibor Stern will accompany at the piano. 11 s No. 1 sports fan, Louis Bandel, is shown with his > n q friend, Al (Flip) Rosen, American League slugging Pion. Bandel, former city commissioner and municipal st ,' ud 9e. was awarded a plaque by the Harvey Seeds Je'v^'f out8,andin g work with the American Legion's w orld Series" held recently at the Miami Stadium. Protest Against Hot Plates In Hotels Protests against the use of hot plates in hotels, rooming houses, apartment houses and other dwellings, against city ordinances and state regulations, was unanimously voiced last night by over 300 members of the Miami Beach Apartment Association at a mass meeting held at the Hibiscus Masonic Temple. Members signed a petition calling for "necessary steps to be taken to stop all violations found and to endorse compliance". "The petitions," said Morris Gold, secretary of the association, "will now be forwarded to the proper authorities". Alfred A. Lesser, president of the Miami Beach Apartment Association, said "this is one of the most enthusiastic meetings we have ever had". Guest speakers for the occasion were Honorable D. Mack Humphrey, Florida State Hotel commissioner, and Edmund Vischi, deputy commissioner assigned to this area. Beach Center PTA To Open Season Here The Parent-Teacher Association of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold the first of its evening gatherings for fathers and mothers this season at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman on Wednesday evening, November 11th, 8 p.m. Highlighting the program. Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the book, A Treasury Of Jewish Folklore, in honor of Jewish Book Month. Musical entertainment will be provided by accordionist Tommy Avolese. PTA president, Mrs. Benjamin B. Greene, will extend greetings. Mrs. Lewis M. Escott, chairman, is being assisted by the Mesdames Henry Hillman, Harold Hirschfield. Samuel Lurie, Herman Mechlowitz and Henry Waitzkin. Teachers' Seminar Sets Fourth Session Dr. Azriel Eisenberg. director of the Jewish Education Committee, New York City, will address the fourth session of the Seminar for Sunday School Teachers sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Dr. Eisenberg will discuss teaching of the Biblical Writings before some 100 Sunday School teachers attending the seminar series. The Seminar will be held on Monday, November 9th, 8:30 p.m., at the Beth David School Building, 26th Road and Coral Way. Dr. Eisenberg will also address the Hebrew school teachers of Greater Miami on Saturday, November 7th. 8:15 p.m., at the Bureau of Jewish Education Building. The Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami will act as hosts for the occasion. On Thursday. November 12th. Dr. Eisenberg will be guest speaker at a joint meeting of Education Committees of all the Jewish schools of Greater Miami at the Bureau of Jewish Education Building at 8:30 p.m. Subject of his talk, will be: New Developments In Jewish Education In America. Rabbi Harry Ettinger. of HialeahMiami Springs Jewish Center, will address the second session of the Adult Institute of Jewish Studies on Wednesday. November 11th, 9 p.m., at the Beth David School Building. Rabbi Ettinger will discuss: Freedom Of Will. Club No. 2 Names New Officers At Installation Mrs. Ida Powell was installed as president of the Pioneer Women. Club No. 2, during ceremonies held last Saturday. Other officers includes the Mesdames Esther Shedroff, vice president; Rose Oitrov. financial and corresponding secretary; Sarah Malmuth, treasurer; Minnie Shubov, recording and cultural secretary. The Mesdames Lena Mintzes, Moetzet Hapoalot chairman; Rose Marcus and Rose Katz, Child Rescue Fund chairmen; Ida Bookspan, JNF chairman; Pearl Gratz, sunshine chairman; Sophie Krantz, Ways and Means chairman; Ida Myron. Israel Supply chairman; Lena Mintzes and Ida Bookspan, Israel Bond chairmen: Pauline Cosov, membership chairman; and Esther Shedroff, publicity chairman. Cruz Says Area Needs Industries Delio Cruz, local businessman and candidate for city commission and who recently was endorsed by the Ladies International Garment Workers' Union, told the press this week that the people of Miami have been most receptive to his platform of bringing industries here. "Industrializa tion is the ansDelia Craz wer to Miami's future economy and is the by-word of every man and woman who knows that jobs and wages comparable to those of cities the size of Miami must come soon, for the tourist trade alone is not enough,' Cruz said. Business Manager of the only bilingual newspaper in this area, Cruz also appeared before the Typographical Union and stressed the need of opening new markets in Latin American countries for local products. Cruz, who speaks Spanish, has travelled extensively through these countries, a spokesman said, and has represented the US Military Government in Korea in the capacity of Advisor of Transportation where he controlled the operation and movement of bus companies and street railways and also allocated the gasoline, parts and vehicles for a province of five million people.



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PAf PAGE 10 A +Jewisli FhrkOar FRIDAY, NOVEMRFW Eban Rejects UN Report On Kibya; Bennike Says Israelis Were Raiders Continued from Page 1 A harzardly separates many Arab villages from their lands." General Bennike said that to -olve the problem of infiltration the Israelis and the Arabs must a-.;ree to high level talks between senior military commanders or to resort to force. "This second meth od reflects impatience with the Slow results of peaceful means and a preference, instinctive or deliberate, for the old law of talon; eye lot eye. tooth for tooth." he said, in such a frame of mind, respect lor the provisions of the armistice agreement forbidding the crossing of the demarcation line appears absurd, when such line is being crossed by thieves in the night." Discussing the Israel Syrian border situation, he said difficulties exist primarily in connection with the demilitarized zone and the execution of a new canal project. On the Israel-Egyptian border. General Bennike said, tension is due in part to the existence of the infiltration problem in the Gaza strip. There is very little tension between Israel and Lebanon, he reported. There is. in Israel, an impatience with the general armistice agreements which is due to the fact that they have not yet been replaced by final settlements," the UN truce chief said. Eban Challenges Bennike General Bennike's report was challenged by Israel Ambassador Kban who told a press conference that the statement by Israel Prem ier David Ben-Gurion that civilians v. ere responsible for the raid yras accurate. "Any other version is in;ccurate." he stated. He added that most of the Israeli border settlers h3d military training a md were Army reservists. "Most certainly the border settlements are armed —the government has given the civilians there arms." he declared. The Israeli delegate said that General Bennike had not accurately reflected the position in Israel when he reported impatience with the general armistice agreements. He said Israel held the view that the armistice agreements should be replaced by final settlements. When he was asked whether any redrawing of the frontiers would help the situation, he replied that >uch would require agreement. Mr. Eban charged that the Arab states had started the second round of the war against Israel, as a form of guerrilla warfare. "Be tween the 17th and 20th of November. 1952. the Syrian. Lebanese. Jordanian and Egyptian representatives to the Mixed Armistice Commissions met in Amman." he said. "According to our information among the decisions of this conference were the following: "1. The Arabs would seek to limit the scope of agreements with Israel and refuse to see them as a transition to peace; 2. The Arabs would refuse to make new agreements supplementary to the armistice agreements or insure their smooth operations; 3. Border incidents would be exploited in order to nullify the armistice agreements; 4. Arab policy would be designed to reduce the activities of the Mixed Armistice Commission to a minimum." The Amman agreement, Mr. Eban said, launched the new round of guerrilla warfare which had resulted in so many Israeli citizens being killed and wounded, and was the reason for the Kibya reprisal. Security Council consideration oi the Palestine security situation was deferred this week to several members of the Council and the Israel delegate submitted a series of questions to Gen. Bennike on the report. Sir Gladwyn J e b b of Britain asked the truce chief to comment on Israel Premier David BenGurion's categorical statement that Jewish settlers, not Israeli Army regulars, had carried out the raid on Kibya and also asked what in vestigations were made of the prior incident in which a Jewish woman and two small children were slaim by Arab infiltrators Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Ameri can delegate, asked a number of questions about organization of in filtration, damages suffered by Is rael as a result of infiltration and. as did the British and French delegates, sought further information on the workings of the truce supervision machinery. The Greek representative asked whether General Bennike would advise strengthening observer corps so that it could play a preventive role. Abba S. Eban. Israel delegate, asked for information whether the truce investigators had examined arms held by the border settlements to ascertain whether or not they were of the same type used by the Israel Army, the use of which in the raid on Kibya was taken as evidence that regular Army units had participated in the raid. Beach Masada Picnic Miami Beach Masada Young Adult Zionist District will be hosts at a picnic on Sunday. November 8th, at Greynolds Park. Cars will leave the Miami Beach Jewish Center Building "at 10:30 a.m. Refreshments, games and sports have been planned. In charge of the affair is Joan Cohen. She is being assisted by Bev Sperling. Ira Jos eph. Lillian Barris and Sam Soldinger. Famous Jews Discussed Miami Beach Masada Young Adult Zionist District will hold an Oneg Shabbat on Friday night. 8:30 J p.m., at the home of Sy Eichner, 1020 6th Street. Miss Aya Bricklin, former city director of the Baltimore Zionist Youth Commission, will present a program on the lives of famous Jewish men. 26 Million Dollars In Mutual Aid Funds Are Ready For Israel Continued from Page 1 A the project until it reached agree ment w ith Syria. The Security Council accepted the Israel offei "with satisfaction." In announcing restoration of aid to Israel. President Eisenhowei said he had conferred with Secre tary of State John Foster Dulles and was delighted to learn that Is rael had given approval to what the President described as the United Nations recommendations on the water question. Proposed $26,000,000 Mr. Dulles later announced he had recommended to the President that Israel receive a grant of approximately $26,000,000 for the first six months of the current fiscal year. This, he said, was "the amount which previously had been tentatively earmarked^ for allocation to Israel under the Mutual Security Act of 19*3 in agreement with Mr. (Harold) Stassen. director of the Foreign Operations administration." The President said aid to Israel was cut off under the policy laid down by the United Nations. He said that the US does not want to prejudice any question before the United Nations but attempts to support it in everything. Mr. Dulles said "definitive action" in the matter of aid to Israel had been deferred "because of differences between the State of Israel and the United Nations truce supervision organization, relating to a Jordan River water diversion project. This work recently undertaken by Israel is in part in the deBen-Gurion Will Retire This Month Continued from Page 1 A plies from the government parties during the week in order to be able to report to the President of Israel his plans, as well as the composition of the reconstructed Cabinet, by next week-end. There is much speculation as to who will succeed him. It is reported, that Lev! Eshkol. Finance Minister, is favored by Mr. Ben Gurion as his successor. Premier Ben-Gurion's desire to give up his office has been known for some time. It has also been known that his move is not motivated by political considerations but by a personal desire to devote himself to other work. They reported that Secretary of State Dulles is ready to withhold American aid to Israel or the Arabs the minute either acts to displease the State Department. Is rael. it was said, will get between $52,000,000 and $56,000,000 during this fiscal year. Last year"s total was approximately $70,000,000. Leaders Critical The Administration's drastic action in shutting down the aid pipeline to Israel, which shocked virtually all sections of the American Jewish community into protest, almost met with considerable criticism within the ranks of the Administration's supporters. Representative Hugh Scott, of Pennsylvania, former Republican national chairman and a leader of the Administration forces in Congress, protested to Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr.. head of the American UN delegation, that the "action of the State Department in cutting off participation of Israel in economic aid before the United Nations Security Council had an opportunity to consider fhe entire case greatly concerns many Americans." Representative Scott told Mr. Lodge that the American position "should be based on fair play for both sides particularly in view of the long record of bipartisan support for the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine and more recently for the State of Israel." Mr. Lodge was urged to have the Security Council "exhaustively consider the entire matter of Arab-Israel relations and use its Canny Schedules Miami Rallies Hugh Canny.'businessman candidate for the city commission, has lived in Miami for nearly 30 years and has operated an automobile tag agency at 6001 NW 7th Avenue. His campaign headquarters are there. Canny was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A spokesman said this week that he knows the problems of the working man, for he labored in the mills of US Steel. "From money he earned, he studied engineering two years at Carnegie Tech." the spokesman said. A Canny rally was held Monday night at Mike's Wagon Wheel on •NW 36th Street, and several additional rallies are scheduled in various parts of the city. Canny has been active and a leader in a number of civic and fraternal organizations. He is a past exalted ruler of the Elks. He is a member of the Miami Housing Authority and an advocate of slum clearance and low cost public housing. "I favor installation of parking meters which will provide 12 minutes time for 1 cent," he said. "I want downtown parking facilities but not at the taxpayers expense." With his wife. Kitty, whom he married 25 years ago, and a son, Hugh. Jr.. 23, the Cannys live at 3154 NW 19th Street. Hugh Canny, Jr., is just back from a tour of duty with the US Marines. Kosher Butcher Fined $500 Sam Braslawsky. „, Br*U,1 Kosher Meat Market, 847 vJJ ington Avenue, was lined KM?* day by Judge Lawrence Hoffmfn in. Miami Beach cur, for 5 £ .3 non-kosher meat j.t his (s(abh a ment and suspended $400 o[ ih. fine. "" Braslawsky was arrested by cil meat inspector Frank Brickman on K Ct k ber f 5, h f0 Wing a i check of the market Defense torney Allen King, some two weeks before, appeared before J U( w Charles Gertler and attempted to prove that Braslawsky was an of. ficer of a corporation and. as such. could not be served with the arrea papers. In last Friday's session, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, executive director of the Beth Jacob Vaad Ha' kashruth. and Rabbi Isaac Ever ^ spiritual leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, told the court that the meat impounded on October 5th was non-kosher. Wbea King again insisted that Brickmu could not serve Braslawsky personally because the defendant was merely an officer of the corpora'] tion, Wilson Magee. assistant city attorney, brought Jacob Schachter before Judge Wilson. Schachter, who is director of the Jewish Variety Hour, told the court that en October 4lh and 11th, he had advertised Braslawsky 1 ? market over his WMBM Sunday program and that Braslawsky had paid him. Judge Wilson subsequently fined Braslawsky. militarized zone between Israel and I f"H vovter and prestige to bring Rabbi Landman Speaks Wednesday The Miami Beach Israel Zionist District will meet on Wednesday,'! November 11th. at the St. Moriuj Hotel. Rabbi Max Landman. spiritual leader of the Zamora Jewish^ Center, will be guest speaker. He will discuss: Is There A Jew-^ ish Question Today? Joseph Malek. Miami Beach it-| torney and cantor of the Hollywood Jewish Center, will render | the musical portion of the program He will be accompanied by 01fl 4 Bibor Stern. Fred Jonas, president of the District, has called the meeting for 8:30 p.m. Syria. He said in a statement that "yesterday in the United Nations, the spokesman for the Government of the armistice I Israel in response to a request from the President of the Security Council agreed that the work started by Israel in the demilitarized zone would be suspended pending urgent examination of the question by the Council. The Security Council thereupon by unanimous resolution took jurisdiction of the matter and confirmed the suspension of work on the project. The spokesman for the Government of Israel also stated to the Council that it was the policy of his government that it would in the future cooperate with the Council's efforts to reach a solution taking account of all legitimate interests. "The policy of the United States to support the UN truce supervision organization in this matter has thus been realized and the impediment to the present grant of economic aid to Israel has thus been removed. Programs for economic aid to other states in the Near East are in an advanced state of formulation, and it's expected that some of them can shortly be announced." Mr. Dulles concluded. Subsequently, US officials said here that economic aid to Israel is contingent on the state's good conduct and that this principle also applies to the Arab states. Officials said Israel should have been sufficiently warned by the temporary suspension of funds. about permanent peace in the Middle East." Colonel Harofd Riegelman, Republican candidate in the New York City mayoralty race, who trekked to Washington to discuss the aid suspension with Mr. Dulles before his Wednesday defeat, was corrected by Israel Embassy sources on elements of distortion and prejudgment of the issue in a statement he issued after his talk with the Secretary of State. These sources specifically referred to the section in his remarks in which Mr. Riegelman referred to an alleged finding on September 23rd by General Vagn Bennike "that the Upper Jordan dam and irrigation project violated the Israel-Syrian armistice." It was also noted that Mr. Riegelman's reference that the alleged violation would not interfere with Point Four aid, but would postpone additional aid, was virtually meaningless because of the very small amount of Point Four aid and very large amount of mutual security economic aid which is involved. Stein way Interviewed Mrs. Marie Volpe's guest on Saturday, November 7th. over Station WKAT. 6:30 p.m.. will be Charles E. Steinway. who is here for the Centennial Celebration of Steinway tc Sons. The subject will be the history of the Steinway Piano. KAY'S Genuine RUSSIAN BATHS $1-50 Admission HAITStH by fXPUT PAHRSCMG Saturdoys and Sundays during Summer — Clubs and Croups Solicited Massaa* ami Physical Therapy Department Open tvtry Day EMPRESS HOTEL 4333 COLLINS AVE. PH. 58-3670 Stect ARTHUR C. PERSON Stect ARTHUR C. PERSON SUct ARTHUR C. PERSON SCcct ARTHUR C. PERSON SCcct ARTHUR C. PERSON CITY COMMISSIONER ...for9 8£Tr£R,Cl£AV£R MIAMI %  fore 8£TT£R I C L£AN£R MIAMI %  fore 8£TT£R,CLeAN£R MIAMI ..for 9 8£TTeR,CCfAM£RMIAMI ...fore 8£TTeR,CLeAN£RMlAW


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iv NOVEMBER 6, 1953 +Jmlsbnt**i**n Assembly It For November LEVELAND—The 22nd annual L ra | assembly of the Council twish Federations and Welfare ds will take place on November through 22nd, at the Statler here, it was announced this by Julian Freeman, IndianaCJFWF president. Legates of Jewish communities Lghout the United States and tda will gather for the threefassenibly to plan community trams of service and action for dealing with the most press[problems facing these cities, he governing body for the NaAssociation of Central JewIcommunity Organizations, the fcmbly will chart the future %  se of the Council's policies and onsibilities. Lmmunity leaders will seek bods to reverse declines in fund ng, build leadership in com s, plan for philanthropic \i overseas and adjust to shift[empbasis in local needs and ;raros. They will review current ds in the relationship between and national agencies and Idirectinn in which the federawelfare funds and commucouncils are headed, ke Assembly this year will feaJ the presentation, for the first \ of the William J. Shroder orial Awards for outstanding eering contributions to local, bnal, national or international re. One award will be given organization in a community a Jewish population of 20,br more and a second to a com:y with a Jewish population ss than 20,000. dge Maurice Bernon, of Cleveis chairman of the Program nittee. Members of the corninclude Howard Kane, Mi| Beach, and Stanley C. Myers, Gables. >' Show Plans >v#inlir Affair sevehlh annual rjorh"^ fhow! sored by the Miners ftssocia-J of South Florida will display j of a national air than ever it opens November 22nd at front Park auditorium, the [> general manager, George S. Miller, announced this week. exposition, which runs for I Bays, will feature equipment materials designed especially outh Florida homes by manuJrers from New York to Caliand from Wisconsin to the Miller revealed, in addition many exhibits of local supourteen booths have been rebel by t h e Florida Power & \ Co., alone," Miller said, th Is indicative of the interest shown by Greater Miami &st leading supply companies Manufacturers in the Greater Hi home building industry al' have contracted for space to W air conditioning and heat*quipment, electrical appliP. fabrics, paints and other acts for the home. kf-$50 is being offered par by the BASF Home Show jnrntee fo M he j^st dec orated ln ^.WPosition. T'i 1 %  PAGE 11 A Bernard H. Traaer, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, was elected chairman of the National Community Relations Advisory Council by acclamation: of 150 delegates of national and local Jewish community relations agencies attending the eleventh Plenary Session ot the NCRAC at the Hotel Sherry in Chicago last week. He succeeds Irving Kane. Wise Hadassah The regular meeting of the Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will be held on Monday, November 9th. 12:30 p.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel. A film, This Is The Hour, will be shown. Also presented will be Israeli folk dances by a group of young Judaeans. Luck Stresses Need Of Adequate Medical Services Morris Luck, candidate for the city commission, speaking before the Edison Center Lions Club this week, stressed the need.for adequate medical services to meet all emergencies. "In all too many cases," Luck said, "the citizens of Miami, particularly those who have had no previous, occasion ta^ve naedftd medical services, have not been able to find a doctor when the emergency arose, and still others who unexpectedly needed hospitalizing were not admitted at the moment because of lack of funds." Luck stated that by working out a feasible plan with the Dade County Medical Association to have doctors of all types on call and having a central telephone number that could be called for emergency treatment would enable the people to contact a physician at any time. "I also feel that it is the prime duty of the city commissioners to further Miami's growth and development," Luck added. "By so doing, we can bring light industry to Miami of the type we want. This will bring gainful employment to our citizens." Luck concluded his talk by stating that he was in favor of immediate relief of the congested shopping areas by the addition of municipal off-street parking facilities, providing police protection for the outlying city areas, having a city hall built on city-owned property and giving immediate attention to the sewage disposal problem. State Drops Charge Against Miami Batcher Harold Altman, a Miami butcher, has been cleared of charges that he sold horse meat at his establishment. Altman, who is proprietor of the Mogen Dovid Kosher Meat Products of Florida, said this week that a letter dated October 22nd from H. E. Carter, attorney for the Florida State Department of Agriculture, "clears me completely." According to Altman. his establishment, at 1987 SW 8th Street, is under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. "1 am also the only retail butcher in South Florida who is supervised by the State Livestock Board, and this means daily inspection," he said. He told The Jewish Floridian that on September 29th, at 10 a.m., two women purchased meat ground toorder at hk fltjjre., "Thay returned about 15 mfHute^Iitet with' Allan W. Neal, Florida meat inspector. Neal said it was a routine check, "but about two weeks later, I got a report from the Department of Agriculture telling me that I would be called up for a hearing on the charge of selling horse meat in a kosher establishment." In a statement here, Altman charged that the two women were "a front to frame me. I sell kosher meat retail at wholesale prices," he said, "and other local butchers are bringing pressure to bear to put me out of business." The letter from Carter, which came from Tallahassee, said that Nathan Mayo, commissioner of Agriculture, had advised to drop the charge against Altman on the basis of a report by Dr. J. J. Taylor, State chemist. It also exonerated Neal who "was an innocent party." Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, executive director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, this week told The Jewish Floridian that local butchers "had threatened to stop using Vaad plumbas (ed: a small lead ring indicating the Rabbinic approval of kashruth) if I would not remove my endorsement Mrs. Lehrman Dies Word was received here Wednesday of the death of Mrs. Minnie Lehrman. Mrs. Lehrman was the mother of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman flew Wednesday to Long Island, New York, where services are taking place. JJrom'Mogenr 1 Dovidi'-'n %  K l l —-H — %  —^ %  l VARIETY CREATES APPETITE !. __ WOLFFS BROWN KASHE "*. haj thot wonderful roasted rwrliba-flavoroa• 100% real buckwheat that goes over bigl Banishes mealtime monotony—serve it in soups ... use it in stuffings, fillings, puddings, pancakes and countless other "Old World" fovorltes and modern treats. So good so many ways. Rich in protein and other wholesome food elements. DELICIOUS • NUTRITIOUS • THRIFTY AJSO fNiOr WOlFfS CMAMY MNIU.. .DWGMrfUt UKKWHIAJ GllJi JHAJi IASY JO HICfAU...lASr JO DKliJ I E X C I _USIVE DISTRIBUTORS 'fcVlivsoN FOOD SPECIALTIES 2402 N.I. 2nd AVENUE Phona 3-7791 ZOA Board Hears Rabbi Kirshblum Call For Members The South Florida Coordinating Board of the Zionist Organization of America was host at a breakfast Sunday morning at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Principal speaker was Rabbi Usher Kirshblum, of Kew Gardens, New York, national vice president of the ZOA and a member of the World Zionist Congress. The Rabbi stressed "that today, in the face of the current Israel situation, our State Department is paying special attention to the numbers enrolled in Zionist organizations in this country." He said that assistance to Israel must take the form of affiliation with the Zionist movement. Over 80 people attending, gave the Rabbi personal pledges to enroll new members here. Following the breakfast, presidents of the seven districts in South Florida met and discussed the Israel Caravan which this year will be headed by Hannah Zamir, Israel opera star. The Caravan, made up of top Israel entertainers and dancers, will be presented in Miami on November 17th. Seymour. Liebman is chairman of the ZOA .Coordinating Board. Morris Simon and Sidney Sachs are cochairmen of the Caravan Committee. Anshe Ernes Services Congregation Anshe Ernes, 2601 SW 24th Avenue, will hold services on Friday evening at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs, spiritual leader, will discuss: What Price Birthright. At Shalos Seudos, Rabbi I. M. Kagan will preach on the Weekly Portion. Blood Donations Urged The Mobile Unit of the Dade County Blood Bank will be at the West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 SW 17fh Street. Ufetfoah 4 and 7 p.m., on Thursday, November 12th. "Everyone'*is ItaviteoVto donate blood and may do so to whomever they wish — either for themselves, a particular organization or the Blood Bank Emergency Fund," said S. Pascal, chairman. Mayors Proclaim Center Day In Hialeah, Springs In a ceremony this week, Hialeah Mayor Henry Milander and Miami Springs Mayor W. C. Herrell proclaimed November 6th and 7th as Jewish Center Days in the Hialeah-Miami Springs area. The mayors called upon these cities to set aside the two days for stimulation of interest in the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center and for "pointing up the part it plays in the area." Rabbi Harry Ettinger, spiritual leader, said that the proclamation is a preview for a mortgage burning to take place at the Center on November 22nd. A scale model of the new building to be erected for Center use will also be unveiled at that time, Rabbi Ettinger said. ,, Present at the signing of the prrrciapiation were Philip Begun. Religious "Board. chairrnart of the Hialeah -'Miami' Spring^ ',Jewish' Community Center. Mrs. Sarah Askowitz, chairman of the Membership Committee and Rabbi Ettinger. Persons Calls Traffic "Source Of Irritation" Scarcity of downtown narkinu facilities and resulting traffic congestion as one of the main sources of public irritation became the subject of discussions this week by Arthur C. Person, candidate for the city commission. The 39-year-old business executive departed temporarily from his criticism of the city's financial policies to tell his listeners: "One of the greatest — if not the greatest — sources of irritation in Miami today is the scarcity of downtown parking at reasonable rates. "Now, the time has come when the lack of decision no longer can be tolerated. Traffic has assumed such proportions that congestion already is almost unbearable, even during our summer season. "This condition would appear to be partly excusable if there were no properties available for public parking. But such is not the case. Provision of adequate public parking requires only action by the city commission. I propose to see that plenty of low cost parking is provided, if elected, and I propose to see that it is provided at regular parking meter rates." BE HAPPY VOTE LUCKY Pull Lever 16-A Down • To PUSH MIAMI UP "A BUHNCSSMAN (OK A HUSMSS ADMINISTRATION" Morris LUCK FOR CITY COMMISSIONER apt. Political Adv.) WANTED SOL (SALO) HOFFMAN, bora in Peczenijen near Kolomea, Galicia, Poland. His parents were Mathes and Sarah Hoffman. He came to the United States from Vienna, Austria, between 1921 and 1926. He is a barber by trade, a widower and was last known to be residing in Miami. Hoffman is being sought by his cousin, FILIP BLUM, of Nahlat Itzhak, Rech. Henrietta Szold, Tel Aviv, Israel. Blum was born March 1, 1894, in Gernauti, Rumania, to Leon (Leib) and Pepi Blum. He arrived in Israel on February 1, 1951. LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29626B RK: ESTATE 1 >F PHILIP SCHMERTZI.ER. I lereased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of PHILIP KCHMEK.TZI.KR deceased; and that on the 3rd day of December, 1951, I will apply to the Honorable FRANK I! DOWI.INC,. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, tor approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of PHILIP KCHMERTZI.ER. deceased. This 3rd day of November, IMS, I.I I.I.IAN SCH.MERTZLER, Administratrix TI'RK & NEWMAN by BULLY I. BEIt.MAN. Of Counsel Attorney for Administratrix 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163861 GORDON ROItERT LAPAY, Plaintiff vs. HELEN AQNES LAPAT, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Til: Mrs. Cordon Robert I.aFay 71X East 12th Street New York. New York YOU are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Ans\w-r or Pleading to the Dill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, kE8SL.BR ACAItS. ITvj YV. Flagler .street. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day. of December, i •.<:,:. if you fail to do to, judgment by default will be taken %  gainst \oii for the relief demanded in the Mill of Complaint. This notice shall tie published oci> each Week .for folU I oll.'e; utiyc. Wixks ri hrr. .n-wistr Fi/miDiA* '" ,1.1 'OXE.-'A.VD ORDERED at Mi.inii, Florida, this 2nd d.iy of November, A. D. E. P.. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Ilorida Bj W.M. \Y. STI •CKINC. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk It 6-13-20-S1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163531 MAI.I.IK LAN! %  < >. Claim rf, \ B, CLAIRE I. VMM. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE 'I "LA IRE I. ING1 I, !;. Idi lice unkiiow n. Tou, CLAIRE LANOO are I notified that a BUI of Complaint for i Hvorce h ii" %  • filed iga Insl you, ., nd you i %  ilred to serve a copy ..i your Answei oi Pli adlng to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, 823 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of December, 19.13. If you fall to do SO, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 3rd day of November, AD. 19J3. E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. I>adc County. Florida. Rv \VM. VY. STOCK I NO (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 163901 ARTHCR \V. MITCHELL, JR. Plaintiff, vs. RCTH I'.. MITCHEI.T.. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RCTH E MITCHELL IB Myrtle Street Saratoga Springs. New York Tou are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill Of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE U KNIGHT, Esq., 1001 Securltj Building, Miami II, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th da> ot December 1951. if you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be publlshe each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florid*, tins 8rd day of November, E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida l!v \VM. \Y. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric 11/6-13-20-27



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itd^wiislbJEIliDipidiigun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1953 Florida Anti-Defamation League leaders meet in Tampa to Han the annual Florida State ADL Conference which will be held at the San Juan Hotel, Orlando, all day Sunday, November 15th. Shown axe (seated, left to right) Frank G. Kleinfeld, of St. Petersburg, Florida State ADL chairman; and Mrs. William B. Wolfson, of Tampa, Women's ADL chuirman. Standing (left to right) are Gilbert J. Ealkin, of Miami. Florida ADL director: and Edward I. Cutler, of Tampa, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Israeli Delegation Emerges With High Diplomacy SEC. B Florida ADL Slates Annual Conference The annual Florida State AntiDefamation League conference will be held on Sunday, November 15th, at the San Juan Hotel, Orlando, it has been announced by Frank G. Kleinfeld, of St. Petersburg, Florida State ADL chairman. The all-day session will begin at 9:30 a.m. and continue until 5. A special luncheon session dedicated to the 40th anniversary of the Anti-Defamation League will be held at the Angebilt Hotel, Orlando. Guest speaker at the luncheon session will be George J. Talianoff. ADL National commissioner and ADL chairman of District Grand Lodge No. 5. Talianoff will review the ADL's history in combating bigotry and in strengthening democracy through the advancement of good human relations. ADL representatives from communities throughout the Slate are expected to attend the all-day conference. The agenda will include reports and discussions on subjects affecting the status of democracy in Florida, including sectarianism in the public schools, discrimination in civic clubs, resort discrimination, overt anti-Semitism and United States immigration policy. Projects for advancing democratic group relations through community educational programming will be presented, Kleinfeld announced. By ARTHUR LEWIS Jev:Hh Telegraphic Agency UNITED NATIONS—It is to the j 1 credit of the Israeli delegation and its diplomatic savvy that Israel was j able to emerge from the first few days of the "Trial by Security Council"' here with its head hieh and its honor bright, if not a victory won. Ambassador Abba Eban's announcement that work on the Jordan Ttivor hydroelectric project, which is the subject of a com\ plain) by Syria, would be tempo[ rarily suspended during the consideration of the case here was noted "w i tji satisfaction" in a resolution adopted unanimously by the Council. That in itself, was an achievement, but the important fact is that in doing this. Israel was not giving away to any Arab or Western pressure, that it was not even making a conciliatory gesture to soothe public opinion at a difficult time. The Israeli government had made substantially the same offer to General Vagn Bennike. the head of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization in Palestine, almost a month before and had repeated It in writing on October 13th. but this offer had been rejected because the UN official insisted on an undertaking not to resume work until an agreement had been reached with Syria. Naturally, the Israeli government refused to agree to this; it would have put a veto on the Jordan River hydroelectric project in the hands of Syria. In accepting Ambassador Eban's offer of a temporary suspension, the Security Council, in a sense, was reversing the ruling of General Bennike. Thus. Israel could be said to have won the first point in the argument over this case. The diplomatic savvy of the Israeli delegation was shown in the *ay it handled it. Ambassador Eban could have announced his government's offer to do this, at Jhe time the Pakistan delegate, Zafnillah Kahn, proposed that the Security Council ask for a tempor *ry suspension of work while it wnsidered the matter, but he saw Jfat some of the members of the Council, particularly Sir Gladwyn Jebb of the United Kingdom, were taken aback by this manoeuvcr coming as it did before the debate on the issue had began. A diplomat has to be fast thinking in the conference chair, and Mr. Eban decided to sit tight and even protested mildly at the proposal; then, luck came his way. The Arabs were insistent o n pressing this point. They felt they had an advantage, and the Security Council decided to meet again to discuss the Pakistan proposal immediately after General Bennike had read his report on the Kibya incident and other recent acts of violence in Palestine. Mr. Eban waited until after .General Bennike had spoken to make his announcement, and he picked the psychologically right moment to do it. Although the report of the head of the L'nited Nations Truce Supervision Organization bore out many of Israel's contentions, the charge that a regular Israeli Army unit carried out the Kibya raid was obviously damaging. Mr. Eban's announcement, and the reasonableness and goodwill that it implied, coming immediately after the report, helped to take away its sting. The Israeli delegate did it with such finesse that even the Arabs had to congratulate him. Dr. Charles Malik of the Lebanon said: "We are approaching formal agreement for which we should thank the representative of Israel, Mr. Eban, and congratulate him on his initiative." And that is extraordinary praise from an Arab. Furthermore, this move, the timing of which was so brilliant, has created a constructive atmosphere for the Security Council debate on the Jordan River hydroelectric scheme. Seven Lively Arts Friends of the Seven Lively Arts announce the first meeting of their second year. Robert Draper, artist, world traveler and lecturer, will discuss: The So-called AvantGarde. Benjamin Q. Kelly, linguist and semanticist, will also appear. Chaim Rose is chairman. The meeting is slated for the Palette Room of the Miami Beach Community Center on Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. Twelve of the guest speakers who will participate in the sessions of the American Jewish Congress national biennial convention at the Hotel Roosevelt, New York, on November 7th through 9th. Top row (left to right) are former President Harry S. Truman, Dr. Israel Goldstein, Dr. Nahum Goldmann and Maurice Samuel. Second row are Dr. Buell Gallagher, J. R. V/iggins, Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein and Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam. Third row ore Irving Kane, Louis Lipsky, Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein and Julian Freeman. Mr. Truman will be presented with the Stephen S. Wise Award for Civil Rights and address the convention's closing banquet. Cerebral Tag Day Slated Kov. 91 h; Mrs. Rubin Is Chairman Mrs. Rubin Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, made the firsf contribution this week to the 1954 L'nited Cerebral Palsy Tag Day Fund, which is officially proclaimed for Mon; day, Novemberi 9lh. The Tag Da; campaign will b< headed by Mrs Jerome Rubin, i' was announcer here by Mrs. El Andron. pr e s i dent of the Worn en's Unit of the local group. Mrs. Rubin, a Miami Beach resident and mother of two children, has played a prominent part in local civic and fraternal activities for the past ten years. She is an active member of the Essie Elkman Charity Organization, National Childrens Cardiac Home and the ZBT Mothers Club. Assisting Mrs. Rubin as co-chairmen are Mrs. Nathan Glass, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Milton Weintraub and Mrs. Susan Harris, of Miami. The Mayor dropped his gift into a red coin box — one of 5,000 being distributed throughout the city by a corps of 2,000 women volunteer workers who will "man" the area's public buildings and street corners to solicit contributions in behalf of the cause. The Mayor asked full cooperation from all schools, churches, civic associations, city employee--, MI cial and fraternal groups and scientific bodies to make a success, of the city-wide canvass. Among those present at the j ceremony which took place at City j Hall were Mrs Jerome Rubin. Tat; Day chairman for Greater Miami; : Mrs. Milton Weintraub. chairman of Miami: Mrs. Susan Harris, chairman of the Negro Section of Miami; and Theme children for United Cerebral Palsy, Janice Gliddens, age 4, and Johnny Venis. age 6. Mayor Shapiro pointed out that "contributions made by citizens of i this community will be used to i fight against this 'predictable crippier' which every year si Ikes 10,000 babies born in the Unite* State-." He added: "This fac' is emphasized, bec a u : %  scie study and research has shown th.if cerebral palsy is no respecter of persons. It vis not confined to the young or the poor or the weak. It can — and does — strike any 008 Of an; aye creed, color or economic status at any time in life. No one is immune." A kickoff rally to enroll volunteer workers was held Tuesday night at the Hotel Algiers pool. Highlight of the evening was a fashion show. Dade BPW Hears Talk On Fashion, Design Historical fashion and design was the subject of the principal address given by Mr. Ralph Moni, fashion designer and artist, when the Dade BPW met Wednesday at the McAllister Hotel. Mrs. Virginia B. Kozazxki. art chairman, was in charge of the program. Moni, designer for Joan Abbott on Lincoln Road, is president of the Coral Gables Art League. Formerly he was a designer for movie stars, studios and Broadway shows. For 25 years, he was instructor of historical and modern dress design at the Academy of Fine Arts. For eight years, he was president of Fashion Art League of America. The business meeting, presided over by President Juanita P. Lynskey. Mayor Harold Shapiro makes first contribution to the 1954 United Cerebral Palsy Tag Day Fund. The campaign will open officially on November 9th.



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^y. NOVEMBER 6, 1953 -JmristinorkUan PAGE 3 B >fugee Act Seen Inadequate; Does Not leet Emergency Needs, Mrs. Engel Says NEW YORK—Not one immigrant escapee has been admitted to L s country under the Refugee lelief Act of 1953 which was Xshed through Congress last Aubst, Mr. Irving M. Engel, of New ork, president of the National migrants and escapees ostensibly to be permitted entry to this country in the next two and one-half years will actually be admitted." Mrs. Engel said only through a major and forthright revision of the McCarran-Walter Act, and naruncil of Jewish Women, asserted „...,.., u dr n in a demand for new and farOcularly by substitution of fair and aching reform of America's imJust regulations to replace the National Origins Quota system, could gralion code. [In an address during the annual eting of the Council's National pard of Directors here, Mrs. En\\ said the record to date ought be convincing evidence to Coness that the "so-called emergenlegislation has not met the hergency at all" and at best buld be only fractionally effec"Not only has the government liled under this Refugee Relief to issue a single visa to a refu_ since the act was passed," she Id, "but unless the law is chang1, it can now be definitely pre^tcd that because of the many itrictions with which it is hedgnot even half of the 214,000 imAmerica live up to her traditional role of providing asylum and extending the right of citizenship to seekers of freedom from oppressed lands. "We hope that the demonstrated failure of the improperly described 'emergency relief legislation will induce Congress to change the announced intent of some of its leaders to let this enactment stand unamended through the two-andone half year period," Mrs. Engel said. "The situation calls for a new timetable—in other words, action now." Mrs. Irving M. Engel Star Chapter Slates Fall Frolics Dance Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will hold a Fall Frolics dance on Sunday night, November 8th, 9 p.m., at the Nautilus Hotel, it has been announced by Miss Lorraine Albert, president. There will be dancing and entertainment provided by the Nautilus Hotel. "This is a fund raising affair, and funds will be used for B'nai B'rith projects," Miss Albert said. Miss Dorothy Balber is in charge of mass mailing announcing the dance. Hostesses will be Miss Albert and the Misses Dorothy Balber, Doris Gershon, Barbara Greene, Frances Grosswald, Myra Haas, Sheila Kaplan, Doris Klein, j Anita Miller, Phyllis Roskin, Alice | Selleck, Leah Shmueli, Rhoda I Stern, Mrs. Ella May Grossman and Miss Selma Witte. Mesdames Lilly Stone, Minna Barkan, Fay Koch, Shirley Gross and Minna Yulish participated in a skit Thursday presented by Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women. Not shown is Charlotte Shalome. Tamara Chapter Features Skit A membership party Thursday evening was the highlight of a meeting held by Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women. Chairman was Mrs. Lillian Herman assisted by the Mesdames Betty Turk, Frances Makovsky and Gertrude Levy. A skit, A Ream Of Paper, was presented under the direction of Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mrs. Alexander Gross. Participating were the Mesdames Lilly Stone, Minna Barkan, Fay Koch, Shirley Gross, Minna Yulish and Charlotte Shalome. Musical presentations included Miss Stella Andre, with Mrs. Gross accompanying. Guest speaker was Mrs. Abraham Cassel. Physicians' Wives Club Slates Membership Tea Mrs. Theodore Struhl, of 44 Star Island, Miami Beach, will open her home to the Physicians' Wives Club of Greater Miami for its annual membership tea on Tuesday, November 10th, from 1 until 3 p.m. All new physicians' wives are invited to attend, Mrs. Struhl said. Mrs. Julian Rickles, president, will receive the guests. Mrs. Saul Kaplan, hospitality chairman, will be assisted by the Mesdames David Epstein, Michael Gilbert, Allan Michelson and William Wickman. Lear School Children Name Officers The Junior and Senior High School sections of the Lear School on Miami Beach recently held their first General Organization meeting and elected the following officers: President, Barbara Gale; vice president, Sanford Borinsky; secretary, Gail Heller; and treasurer, Joan Adler. Next monthly meeting of the group will be a barbecue and swim party. Using the theme of United Nations, the students are also planning their first General Assembly of the current school year. I WANT MY MILK JWV Auxiliary Lunch A benefit card party will be held by the Ladies Auxiliary, West Miami Post No. 223, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, on Wednesday evening, November 11th, 8 p.m., at HasSen's Restaurant, 3727 SW 8th Street. Morris Buys $75,000 JNF Wood In Israel Jacob H. Morris, veteran Zionist of Newark, New Jersey, and currently of Miami Beach, where he is an active member of the Jewish | National Fund Council, has completed payment of $75,000, for the establishment of a wood in Israel I to be known as the Jacob H. Morris & Sons Wood on the soil of the JNF. Mr. Morris has been identified with Zionism and the Jewish National Fund endeavor for half a century. And Be But %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" DBCTO Protected TEL. 2-2621 Oreater Miami Delivery VUit Our Farm at and of Bird "Id. A Snapper Creek LOUIE BANDEL CAN HANDLE THE JOB AHEAD! VOTE FOR ACCOMPLISHMENT nd EXPERIENCE IN YOUR CITY COMMISSION PULL THIS HANDLE CSMt FOR LOUIE BANDEL (Pd. Political Adv.)



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mAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1953T low*** n,v *M mr PAGE 5 B :ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER Ljll hold Friday evening services (at 5:3 P m conducted by A raL am Goldstein. Late services are at L-30 P >-. with R bbi Alfred WaxIman officiating and assisted by the Iccnter Choir. Armistice Day will %  form the theme for the service will |,e attended by the West Miami Jewish War Veterans Post and the Ladies' Auxiliary. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goldstein. Saturday morning services are at 9 b.m. junior services will be at 11 i!m., conducted by Rabbi Waxman. tiincha is slated for 5:30 p.m., followed by Maariv. • • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION uill hold Friday evening services it 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning crvices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: Secular And Religious Education. At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will preach on the Weekly Por(ion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. |nd 5 p.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL and bongregation will hold Friday eveking services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 |.m. Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. ouis Baida. will become Bar MitzFah. Rabbi Simon April will affiliate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer tendering the musical portions of he liturgy. A class in Mishna is cheduled for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will je at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos loncluding the Sabbath observTEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will bold Friday evening services at 1:15 p.m., with Dr. Joseph Narot Ifficiating. The Rabbi's sermon will leal with the theme of religion in imerican life. Cantor Jacob Bornitcin will render the musical por|ons of the liturgy. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION (>ill hold Friday evening services 5 p.m. Saturday morning serves arc at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Aaron Teingartpn will chant the liturgy, frith Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offiKating and discussing: A Man's pirthright. Junior services are cheduled for 9 a.m., under the diction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. %  ddusk will be served by the Siserhood. with Mrs. Aaron Weingaren and Mrs. Abraham Bergman as hostesses. Mincha is at 5 p.m., folDwed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi descheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at f:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eveMng services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and ; discussing: There Ariseth In Darkness A Light For The Upright. Kiddush in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hertz Weiss will follow. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate at Sabbath services and deliver the sermon. Mincha services are at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are held at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m., with Sunday morning services at 8 a.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and discuss: The Yahrzeit Of An Immortal. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Herbert Allan Tobin, son of Ben Tobin and Jeanette Tobin Cameron, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and discussing: The Life Of Martin Luther. Saturday morning services will include the blessing for the New Moon of Kislev. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Al Capp will present the sermonette at 11 a.m. Stephen Shimm will direct the Torah readings. Mrs. Sam Barish will conduct the Kiddush of Sanctification following. • • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., following the 5 p.m. Kabbalath Sabbath observance. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and discuss: Wanted— Soul Power. A special tribute to the memory of the late Jack A. Ablin will be offered in observance of the first anniversary of his death. Cantor Philip H. Brummer will chant the service assisted by the Center Choir. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvah of Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channing will take place during the service. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Late services will be at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and preaching on the subject: Israel Among The Nations. The Oneg Shabbat following ii Vote For THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE" The Man They are Calling "YOUR CANDIDATE AND MIME" Elect VICTOR LEVINE Your MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER PULL LEVER 15-A (Pd. Political Adv.) will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Golin. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Malavsky will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is slated for 5:15 p.m., and will be followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • MONTICELLO PARK will hold Friday evening services art:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Boris Rac kovsky officiating and discussing: Peculiar Bargains. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Oneg Shabbat will follow the late Friday evening service. • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Louis A. Cassel officiating and discussing: That They May Live. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Marshall L. Glantz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glantz. will become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush under the auspices of tfie Bar Mitzvah's parents will follow. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Peace — Piece By Piece. A class in Talmud is scheduled for 4 p.m., and will be conducted by the Rabbi. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior services are Saturday morning at 10 a.m. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold early Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel and Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate. At 4:15 p.m., Rabbi Cassel will conduct an adult Bible class. Evening services are at 5:15 p.m., followed by Sabbath Social Hour. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. The service will open Rabbi Max Shapiro's 22nd series of late observances. Cantor Maurice Mamches and the Center Choir will assist Rabbi Shapiro. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: Work With Us For Peace. Floral offerings will be by the Badanes family in memory of their mother. The Oneg Shabbat following will be by Dr. and Mrs. Harold G. Kaufman in honor of 13th wedding anniversary. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 P' m ., iHU • • • TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday evening se:*vices at 8:30 p.m. The service will be dedicated to the Bar Mitzvah of Barry Rosenthal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rosenthai. Kiddusn will he recited by the Bar Mitzvah. The Rosenthals will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat following. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: The Birthright. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah will take place. Daily services are at 9 a.m. • •: • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will i hold services Friday at 8:15 p.m., | with Rabbi Max M. Landman officiating, and assisted by Cantor David Bagley and the mixed choir. The Rabbi will speak on: What's In A Dream. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday. The topic of Rabbi Land-1 man's sermon will be: The Clash Between Jacob And Esau. Junior services are at 11 a.m., in the Maloff Room. Mincha is scheduled for 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. The Rabbi has announced a new! scheduled for the Study Group which he will conduct on Thursday. The morning session will be from 10 to 11 a.m. Afternoon sessions are from 1 to 2:30 p.m., with evening hours slated for 8 to 9:30 p.m. FINEST QUALITY pTTiTOn ]D rWOW PARKWAY Retail KOSHER Wholesale 1255 S.W. 22nd St.. 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)AY, NOVEMBER 6, 1953 +Jewish fkridlkMr PAGE 7B [hesf Leaders live $340,534 [t Gifts Dinner Vith a record $340,534 in pledgee 1954 Community Chest .npaign got off to a rousing start today night in its quest for $1,h ood The sum was the largest Count ever raised at a single feting. Community leaders here met in Biscayne Terrace Hotel and pked up t" e Chest's need for [id* t" Hipport 22 agencies and USo. Hosts at the dinner were Leonard Abess and Baron de Hirsch pver, who absorbed the cost of arngement=. Dr. Kurt Peiser, dirtor of the Food Fair Foundaji and chairman of the Commuly Che.st drive on Miami Beach, Id the assembled leaders of curjii local and national needs. Kvilh the initial gifts meeting t of the way, regular commit% s of Community Chest volun^ rs will prepare now to start the npaign proper. Plans for public ployee participation were made jtBeeting of county commissionlind Division captains Monday. (goal in that division is $87,225 tared with last year's $61,132. chairmen are Commissioner I. ipjacVicar and Circuit Court rk E. B. Lcatherman. he sum gathered at the initial i-mecting compares with $248,Ifor 1051 and $294,595 for 1952. Obituaries ELI L. BERNARD of 899") Collins Aw., Miami Fkrach. died October 28th at hla home. He He csune from Chicago seven yearn %  •O where he WHS a memlr of the Cove nant Club. An apartment nouae owner, he purrhaaeil the HnleUh Hotel In 1961. Surviving are hla wife, Anna; two daughters, Mrs. Judith Audrey, of Miami lieai-h, anil Mr*. Natalie Newberaer, of Chicago; a ODD, Donald, and a brother, Charles D. Bermiril, both of Miami Beach. Service* were held In KlveraMJa Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. FANNY MEHLMAN 74, of 2IS Meridian A\>, Miami lleach,' died October listh. She came here 10 yeara ago from Brooklyn, N.Y. She leave* her hu*band, Abraham; a (laughter, Ml*. I'aullne L,. Cohen, of Miami; and three sons, Maurice, Hyman ami Mac, all 'if .New York, lluruil took place In Brooklyn, with local arrangement* by Rlveialde Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. MRS. BELLE tuUNGELSON 77. of 327 Mlehigan Ave.. Miami Baac-h. died October 29th. She had ovine from liuvw, N.J., It yearn ago. Sinviving are her husband. Max, .Miami Beach, and three abns. Irving, William and UarrlsuH.Mll of New Jersey. Services and burial took .place In Dover, with BlVrr.-lilr FMeral Home, Miami Beach, In charge cal arrangements. ,pute. •uiientl of loDAVIO KRIPPLE 0, of 321 SW 9th Ave.. died Sunday. He came here 13 year* ago from Montclalr, N.J., and is aurvlved by hut wlie, l-ee; a son. Murray I,. Krell. Miami; a daughter. Mrs. Harriet Meyer, Jacksonville; a brother. Morris, of Miami Beach, and a sister. Services were held Tuesday in Uordon's Miami Chapel, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. fast P. Tost Day •i Xovomber 12 Louis Krensky. chairman of Council of Jewish Women's ste and Test Day, this week anunced further plans for the comkition to be held on November |h. 1 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholrnuncil members will submit fir favorite recipes, to be judged the following food experts: ss Ruth Eaton, Home Economics partment. University of Miami; ^s Helen Ruth. WTVJ: Miss Mary urn, Miami Daily News; Mrs. k Graiw Sto: Mrs. Peymo' David Roth, Division chairrn said that admission fee will $1.30. ISAAC S. BRUSH 67, of 751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, died Saturday. Services were held in Hlverslde Chapel, Miami Beach. Burial tollowed in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. A retired salesman of men's wear, he came here 1.", years ago from New York. He was a member of the Masonic and Klks kidges at Miami Beach. Survivors Include his wife. Irene, %  .( Miami Beach, and a son, Arthur, of .Wisconsin. Casablanca Players Open Season November 12; Feature Odets Drama Following a ten-week "vacation". duction of the group to incorpordue to extensive alterations in the' ate the talents of producer-direcMorocco Room, Sam Hirsch will | tor Hirsch as leading man. Hirsch's open bis Fall Festival of hits at i first acting assignment with his the Casablanca Hotel on November Casablanca Players will be to por12th. The initial offering in his tray Frank Elgin, an actor strug, repertoire will be Clifford Odets' gling to make a comeback in the face of alcoholism. Barbara Sohmers will be cast as his wife, with Bill Brannum assuming the role of the young director. Other members of the Players who are scheduled for performances and who were seen during the Players' Summer Theater stand are Yvonne Clifford as the ingenue, Nick Ryder as the stage manager and Eric Applewhite as a producer. Sets and lights will be handled by Hirsch's new designer-technician, Al Brenner. The Country Girl will run nightly for nine performances, closing Sunday evening, November 22nd. The Players will follow with Gigi, November 24ft through 29th, The Lady's Not For Burning, December 1st through 8th, The Three-Toed Pony, December 8th through 13th, and The Shrike, December 15th through 20th. Tickets for all performances are on sale at the Casablanca Hotel box office. Season subscriptions are available at reduced rates. Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand LOUIS VIODEN 62. of 1443 Weat Ave.. Miami lleach. died Saturday. Funeral sei vices and burial took place at Kingston, N.V., with Beach Memorial Funeral Home in charge of local arrangements. Mr. Vigden, a retired furrier, came to Miami a few month ago. He leave* two daughters, Harriet and Eleanor Vigden, both of Miami. Sam Hirsch drama. The Country Girl, which starred Paul Kelly and Uta Hagen during its Broadway run. Playing at the Casablanca Hotel's newly renovated Club Morocco, opening night will inaugurate the hotel's unique elevator stage which permits audience viewing on three sides. The play, which had its road premiere in Hollywood, Florida, last month, will be the first proLouise Chapter Affair The Louise Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will hold a Fall Festival desert luncheon and card party on November p.m., •fAMOUS UNCI 1137 then Compare TETLET TEA with any other brand 4rWIKl 0 l1 £J MRS. REBECCA FELDMAN 68, of 7J8 NVV 2nd St., died Sunday. Service* and burial took place In Chicago, with Cordon Funeral Home In charge of local arrangements Mrs. | 10th, 1 p.m., at the Monte Carlo leidman .amc to Miami. from chiHotel. Hostesses in charge of hoscago'10 years ago. She leaves a daugh" ... ., f _. tec. MIS. Fst.ier Fink, of Chicago. | pitality are Mrs. Joseph Singer, Mrs. Willie Hollander and Mr^| Morrfs R. Goldberg. 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'AGR tn A PAGE 8 B Seeds Post will Sfmsm Frumkes To Open Miami Gtizhip PrefrM La W office Here Ouzensh.pniCre-.r^^iU g Fnmik ^ Mijmi beccroe a year-round, large-scale' ~i,i pro;ct of the Harwy W Seed, **~ **"** £ora r • M1 Port of the Amertea. Legion, it **"** %  ~* 1 <* "* was — T — today by E. Albert ida. trill open his lav offices at attorney and crrie leader One Lincoln Road Building for the Pallet was ch ai rman of Miami's general practice of lav He was recer.t ceremonies for national formerly associated vith the firm Citizenship Day and nov is the 0 f Broad and Cassel. %  Mfl recently-appointed director During the 1863 session of the for citizenship training. The apFlorida Legislature. Frumkes serv-ment is part of the post's,d as til— %  nlia Lontoif Will Adores. Women Voters • Representative William C. LanUff will be guest sneaker at a general meeting of the League of Women Voters of Miami Beach on Friday. 10 a.m., at tne Promenade Hotel. His topic will be the economic picture in Washington today. Representative Lantaff will answer questions following his talk. UflO**] Mn. Norman BAH. ^ the League, this week members,o be presentsoZ can become "inform^ Washington story bet*,, C0,rT o >n January." Arenson Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Boss Arenson. formerly of 3300 NW 14th Terrace, will take place Sunday. November 8th. 2:30 p.m.. at Ml. Nebo Cemeterywith Rabbi S. T. Svirsky officiating. Mrs. Arenson is survived by three daughters: Florence Steinberg and Lena Cohen, both of Miami, and Celia Bernstein, of Chicago: also a son. Ben Arenson. of Chicago: and a sister, Jennie Snyder. of Los Angeles. California: and seven grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. RELIEVES PAIN OF HEADACHE NEURALGIA NEURITIS Isaacs in in charge. Scqtu*>ls Unveiling %  '! abdication of a monument to the % Dr. Syvil Marquit. psychologist and Fellow of the American Psychological Association, conducted a seminar on the teachers' role in the development of the character and personality of th* grade **hor> of the late Hannah school child, at a Hebrew Academy Sar-jels. formerh of 1820 SW 14th Faculty Workshop Thursday. MX will be held Sunday. NoThe seminar was held at the vember 8th. 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo home of Mrs Shushannah Spector Cemetery. with Rabbi Joseph R. I Greenberg, 327 Santander Avenue. Nart officiating Mrs Samuels is j Coral Gables. Rabbi Alexander S. •-d by her husband. Max. a 1 Cross, principal of the Academy, daughter. Mrs. Gertrude Wolfe, of said that this was the first in a M i, one brother, three sisters j series of monthly workshops sebedand two grandchildren Mrs. Sam', uled by the school's Administrauela was a member of Temple Istive Department, rael. National Children's Cardiac | Representing the Hebrew DeHosnstaL Order of the Eastern j partment in these discussions will Star. Council of Jewish Women and be Rabbi Morris Horovitz. Harry Hadansah. Perach and Saul Porush. English Arrangements are in charge of Department faculty members parPa.'rr.er s Miami Monument Com ticipating will be Alfred Cosman. pany. Friends and relatives are Malcom Furman and Mrs Gertrude asked to attend Fallick M D* vi Ki"1 0*f ltt>' Hr'§ Why AMOK* ;• In* %  doctor"! preicriptiee. Thai it. Anacie camaim no* OM bail %  cab i ne i— •* %  n d n olly proved, active iep ra a l ie ri • • 01, 'o loke leblet lorm Aeocil •• •AST. IOMO IASTINO nt'-t. Oon • ii. •vr Aoooe loeor SUNRWHAKK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL SANITAWUM MC aOT. eOMWUXSCCNOl MitMl rto**n4 Umt Ahead ... Uke Huth and Ted THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM at "Jewifth Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 0.1 dial) With Voritit features •rWtjeeti mmi Directed k r Ask about our Save-for-Success Plan f Industrial SAVINGS BANK 46 W. FLAGLER ST. LEONARD L. ABESS, President LARGEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE SOUTH FOR CLEAN CITY GOVERNMENT Pull MM CHRISTMAS LEVER £Uct RANDY CHRISTMAS MIAMI CITY COMMISSION ADOLPHE MENJ0U fear Star ea. %# %  „ C H A S I $ LFavorite Steq MONDAY EVENINGS AT •* P WTVJ-ClnH4' Ntit week: "Trtl STKAKU Mt. with John leerit mi Neman SMb| C H ASE FEDERAL SAVII MIAMI B E ACI Gooorml IUplr o all Make Trucki and Cart Electric aad AeatyhMM W4dln COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repair* and Paintlnf Free Pick-Up aad Dallvsry — Wreck*' Semi-e 3 2244,2-4452 140 S.W. M I A REAL CHANCE FOR BOYS 11 to 15 YEARS OLD TO EARN Pleasant, Interesting Work in Your Neighbonm See Milton Balsam-Jewish Florrdian-120 HE. 4*1 Friday, 3 to 5 OM. &eb < @AeUbAed eJiemclto ?^.\:~-' jmmtf'en MmWtid r 40*mce A servica that leaves a lasting remembrance of beauty and reverence and the utmost in considerate attention at a tins* whan most needed GORDON FUNERAL HOME, to* MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADEBIV* Ph. 3-3431 Ph. 5-7677 SIMON SfrMN S03 S.W. 17th A... ,•, .25, 0 %  M. MNNtn, feaeral W !"



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1Y. NOVEMBER 6. 19S3 -Jp~f*fr/W*>#7 lilies Possibility As Speak PAGE 9B er By BORIS SMOLAR [jtwith Tolosraphlc Aotney ISRAEL SCENE: low that Secretary of State John jter Dulles has reversed his deon on withholding American incial aid from Israel, it can be that the suspension of such [ would have been a serious but a devastating blow to Israel's Bomy. Had Dulles' decision to end aid to Israel occurred a ago, Israel's entire economy |d have been virtually knocked This year, however, German %  rations plus contributions American Jewry would have ^iderably softened the blow. years ago, most of the $63,received by Israel in Amereconomic aid was used for el and food. The bread eaten by elis, the fuel to bake it and I trucks to deliver it were at [ time paid for mostly by Ameraid. Milk powder to suppleIt Israel's scanty milk producsugar and most of the oil by Israeli housewives could [have been imported without krican grant-in-aid then. How\. now Israel's diet does not deso greatly on American as|nce. Food and fodder imports up about $42,000,000 of Ameraid in 1951-52. This sum was Jced a year ago to $28,000,000 [a further reduction to $12.was planned for 1953-54. ease of dependence for basic and fodder on American aid Iduo mainly to successful agrilira! development carried out [man Is Honorary re Chief Here a surprise ceremony last k, Chief Newton L. Wheeler, of Miami Fire Department nam~i. H Hyman Honorary Fire and presented him with a and fireman's helmet, in Niton of hJ£.workas gejiafel inn for Fire Prevention October 4th through 10th. heeler called the program, ned and carried out by Hydirector of Community Depment for Florida Power & Company, "the most comensive. well-rounded fire prelon week program the Miami I has ever produced." Igroup of 36 Miami Fire ColIstudents witnessed the presen7> during luncheon at the El pdoro Hotel midway in an alllour of Florida Power & Light facilities. keeping with the safety. |e, the students saw a demon%  on and display of the latest | safety equipment and devices ]oy FPL employees. man was greeted on arrival by wa McCirrick, chosen by the m Junior Chamber of Comp as Miss Flame. She reigned lit; the week and participated lumerous fire prevention prociting Hyman. Chief wheeler r" that the fire department iPreparing a scrapbook of clipis and other data which will be to national headquarters to Pete for annual awards. [the afternoon, the fire college pnts resumed the tour, observPower-producing turbine gener; a t Wo ""k and hearing explanal of the efficient operation of [equipment at FPL's Miami *r Plant. during the last two years. The suspension of American aid would, however, have affected Israel's expansion of irrigation and industry, and would have caused increased unemployment in the country. On the whole, it was assumed that Israel could look forward to about five continuous years of American aid. Of these, two have now passed. • • • THE AMERICAN SCENEi I will not be surprised if Secretary Dulles—despite his shaking a big stick at Israel—will be one of the speakers at the forthcoming American Zionist Assembly which is to take place In New York early next month. He may be one of the leading Americans invited to address the gathering, and the possibility is not excluded that he may accept the invitation. As a result of the lesson learned by American Zionist*: from Secretary Dulles' pressure on Israel, greater interest is now developing for the Zionists Assembly. Leaders of the American Zionist movement have come to the conclusion that a split Zionist front in this country is no asset to Israel's interests. And the Zionist Assembly—the first gathering of all Zionist groups in the United States—may pave the way for the eventual establishment of an American Zionist Federation, representing all Zionist groups. The ZOA and the Hadassah continue to oppose the idea of the creation of a Federation, and they will have the largest delegations at the forthcoming Assembly. Preparations for Assembly are now being completed, and the agenda is being worked out. Altogether there will be about 490 delegates at the Assembly. • • JEWISH ATMOSPHERE: American-born Jews, no less than those who immigrated to this country in their youth, will greatly enjoy reading Cowboy On a Wooden Horse, published this week by Memillan. The author, Yuri Suhl, I is a Jew who came from Poland to | the,United States at the age of 15. ITe worked as a bdtcheV boy and [liter as an npwSB8&r^fBile studying evenings in a Brooklyn high school. In a humorous and charming way, he tells the story of a young immigrant going through the process of Americanization, including falling in love with an American-born Jewish girl. In many ways, his book hits the Sholem Aleichem tone, which was so popular with the Yiddish-reading public for more than a generation and which is now finding its way to English-speaking Jews through translation. H i s characters, beginning with the Americanborn girl whom he intends to marry and concluding with his and her parents, are all depicted in a realistic but humorous light. However, there is an atmosphere of warmth and dignity about them. One cannot help but like the types which the author presents in full color like an artist painting a good portrait. There is nothing vulgar in the specifically Jewish idioms and expressions which the author accredits to his characters in order to bring out fully their characteristics. On the contrary, one learns from these expressions how deeply the sense of justice, as well as family love, is rooted among simple Jews who seek no riches and find happiness in their family life. Many Jewish readers, especially those born in poor immigrant families, will easily recognize the surroundings which Mr. Suhl pictures. And they^ will like the good humor in whicH the author presents even the most tragic situations. Some of the readers may even recognize themselves, or their parents and relatives, in this well written book. Memorial For Man! Leib Sot Saturday By Forum A memorial meeting to mark the death of the Yiddish poet, Mani Laib, will be held by the Yiddish Forum at the Keneseth Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, on Saturday evening, November 7th, 8 p.m. Featured will be readings from the works of Mani Laib, as well as an evaluation of t he poet's life and work. roars or Entertainment Free for You with this 1954 West. inghouse Clock Radio our 20th Anniversary gift to new $5,000 savings account or for a $5,000 addition to your present account. Other gifts for new accounts from $500 up. See them at either of our 3 convenient offices MIAMI r j BEACH FEDERAL SOVIIMJI ft LMI AtioclatiM MAM OFFICE: N t|| T H SMOUE IRJNCH, Uncoln Id I WtsTHnpon A... I in li. t Hiring An. SOUTH SHORE BRANCH: 6M Wiihiniton Av. HIND KAISIMG CHAIRMEN! An Exciting Opportunity! 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Lv NOVEMBER 6, 1953 +JewlsiiFk>rkMnn PAGE 11 B tEGALWOTICE LEGAL NOTICE riCE VHOIH FICTITIOUS TIOt NAME LAW -, cK i~ HEREBY GIVEN thnt fci-riiKiieil, desiring to engage In [L ,";„.!.-ithe fictitious name of Kit r COMPANY, not Inc., nt P' r '„! ,:a> fW Miami Beach. r. intend to register Bald name She Clerk f ,n '" rlr ult <; ourt of Irmintv. Florid*. 1IAKOLD T, SIIEK C.Oli'W. S. I'EACHIN L HN r.RAYSOM, K€|. ',• for Utf>ei hie Company, ;,!','!',iii Uoa.1. Miami Beach. Ma. 11/6-13 riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .,,. -1: Is HEREBY GIVEN thnt L.l.i .-IUMI.'I, desiring to engage In %  under the fictitious name of ,,„ K IN THE WALL, at.16 W. H Street. Miami. Intends to rcgKiiil name with the Clerk of the Court of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN DORTA 1I.ER & CARS beys for Applicant* **luglcr St real -la %  %  STTCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rici: IS HKKKBY OIVBN trlat hdersigned, desiring to engage In K under thefictitious name of H SHORE RESTAURANT, at Count}', Florida, intends to regaid name with the Clerk of the Court of Dade County, Florida. ARKAY REALTY CORP., Inc. 3-3(1 ll/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLAOLER BUSINESS BROKERS, at number 2510 \V Flngler Street, In the City "f Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this Kith Day of (Ictober 1953 WOODROW W. CORDON KIDNEY N. BOBNINQER HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicants Hll W. Il.inlei St.. Miami, Floi Ida 10/23-30 — 11 fl-I I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of (CORNER BUNDRY, si 8 N.W. 8th SITC. i. Miami, intends to register said name with the Cleik of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida .... '-'"'i* ROBMAN, B O wner ELI BREOBR ney for Applicant 23.'. Lincoln Kd. 1" 38-30 11/8-13 BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that hderfigned, desiring to engage In bis uniler the fictitious name of SHORE HOTEL, at Dade H Km la. intends to register Came with the Clerk of the Olr"oort of Dade CoMnty, Florida. ARKAY REALTY CORP., Inc, |-30 — 11/6 iVTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pdersicned. desiring to engage In uniler the Tictltlous name of _3TH'CTS CO, at 6*5 Lincoln rjllami Beach, Intends to regislld name with the Clerk of the It Court of Dade County. Florida. ALFRED OIIOLER &TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |"ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ersigneH, fleslrlng to engage In k.-s snder the fictitious name of Jtli • \Nl: TRANSFER CO.. at 799 ISith Street, Miami. Florida, InI to %  eglstar said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. JACK MITCHELL IETT ROTH ley for Applicant 8-1 -M — 11/(1 ^___ >TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VF. 18 HEREBY OIVEN that (lerxlfrrned. desiring to engage In as under ihe fictitious name of IHWEST MIAMI TRANSFER It 799 N.W. 54th Street. Miami, a. intends to register said name Ithe 'Ink of the Circuit Court Ide County. Florida. JACK MITCHELL IETT ROTH bey for Applicant 23-3 — 11/6 TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW flCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that idersiKiied. desiring to engage In fcss under the fictitious name of IR-PAN NPR8ERY SCHOOL, at Viekeiis Ave. Miami Beach, Inrio register said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. LEO ,ii,l ESTHER STEINMAN LAN and SELMA ROVE |KOOEN foi Applicants B3-30 — 11/6 >TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rici: IS IIKREBY GIVEN that ndeiMtn.d. desiring to engage ill >s under the fictitious name of P. AM' TIDE CREATIONS, at [Washington Avenue, Intends to er said name with the'Clerk of flrcuit Court of Dade County, KATHKRINE TAYLOR IZAMI-T & VON ZAMJfT ^Security Building neys fur Applicant 33-30 — 11/8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183719 THERESA Kll'OLI, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM R17POLI. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM Rl'I'OLl Auburn State Prison Anlairn. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a COBf of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney and to Hie the original Answer in the off of the Clerk of Tir-fUrri-lt Court, or before the 30th d7*of f-in 1953; otherwise, the alTcgallnns of Bill of Complaint will be taken ss coi fessed against you. DATED this 26th day of October, 19i3. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: R. H. RICE, JR. (BenI) Deputy Clerk (Seal) GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fin. JO/30 — 11/8-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the understated, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SOUTHWIND APARTMENT8, at Jt2 South Shore Drive. Normandy lste, Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, Intend to register said name with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABRAHAM ni.NKOW ABRAM RRICKMAN ALBERT BENDER BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Applicants 412 Congress Bldg.. Miami, Florida W/16-23-30 — 11/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan i EVERGLADES OIL DEVELOPMENT at 901 Congress Building. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MoltHIS LI'CK WILLIAM U'OLFARTII BERNARD s. MANDLER Altorney for partners 10/30 — 11/6-13-20 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX PEED File 51401 Notice Is hereby given that BEN BOtHCIM, holder of City of Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 73, dated the 4th day of June, A.D. 1*51, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lot 4. Block 7. Fifth Addition to Hialeah, Plat Book 7, Page 93, in the City of Hlaleah, County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of I'nknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 11 (h day of November, A.D. 1953 Dated this 7th day of October, A.D. MM. (Circuit Court Seal) E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By N8. STERRETT, Deputy Clerk 10/9-18-23-30 — 11/6 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE >'S'1I^IEBY'GIVEN that he undrretgnB*, desiring to engage in business under Inn.fictitious name of m:\i TV NOOK, at 116*7 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUTH HOLDEN 10/30 — 11/6-13-20 BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW THK IS HEREBY GIVEN that indei-Mgncd.. desiring to engage in less under the fictitious name of 5AL PRODUCTS, at P. O. Box Miami Beach J. Intend to reglsfid name with the Clerk of the fit Court of Dndei'oiiniy, Florida. I'ETEB. SOBEL -, ,„ S ELWYN LEVENTHAL L23-30 — U/8 TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW >'( K IS HEREBY OIVEN that naerslgned, desiring to engage In l'-r tin. fictitious name of • RECORD SHOP, at W7 N.W. u Miami. IneeMs -to regtsTeT %  nie ith-tnwfSNrlof the ClrL"uit <>r Dad,, countv. Florida. ... MA CRICE BERNSTEIN !" — 11 -13 NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THfi CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEjgfNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FggWlDA IN AND FOR DADE OOUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 183792 IRENE HYDUK. Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE HYDUK, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: GEORGE HYDUK. 450 Pauleson Avenue, Passaic, New Jersey. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has Men filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN. 650 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of November, 1953. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice snail he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLoRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 28th day of October, A.D. 1951. E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. By WM. W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 10/30 — 11/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL FURNITURE OUTLET, at 433 N. Miami Avenue. Miami,. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,. „. JOSEPH COHEN IO/18-2S-30 — 11/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thet the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LION MOTORS, at 1780 S.W. 8th St., sllsilshTliilinilr to register said name with (he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. „.' __ ZELMAN 8. ROB1NOVE Bole Owner 10/16-23-30 — 11/6 (ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! OHPORATiON OUTFITS Lowft Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of CHOSEN PRODUCTS, at 48M Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GRACE N. TAYLOR EVELYN '!. 1IEKNSTEIN STANLEY JOEL LEVINS, ESCJ. A"i"v for Applicants 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROSS GARDEN AITS., nt 1!>3 North Shore Drive, Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHICAGO APTS.. INC. (Seal) LARRY B. ROSS. President JACK Ross. Secretary STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, ESQ. Attorney for Applicants 11/6-13-20-^7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183750 FANNIB MAS COOKS, Plaintiff, \ s. WILSON COOKS, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: WILSON COOKS. Residence unknown. Veil' are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attornev, BEN ESSEN. tt Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer oi Heading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of November, 1953. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill At Complaint. DONE AND vlRDEREP at Miami. Florida, this 27th day of October. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida By WM. W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 823 Seybold. Building, Miami, Florida 10/30 — 11/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JAM BAR. at M!7 S'.W. MM St., Miami, intends to register said name 'i the Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. NORMAN C. HQVr'E KESSLER & OARS Attoi nays for Applicant I7S2 W. Magler St. in/30 — 11/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ATOMIC TELEVISION AND RADIO, at 7! E. 2nd St., Hialeah. Fla., Intend to register ssld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FlorloW "^HOWARD B. ROZRAN >UERBERT WHITMAN I. R MAYERS Attorney for Applicants 1405 Congress Bldg. 11/6-13-20--27 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHEERIO BAR. at 5-15 S.W. 55th Avenue Road. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida. WALTER OUNTON, Owner KESSLER & GARS Attorneys for Applicant 1781 W. Magler St. 10/2.3-30 — 11/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITBJUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIV IW that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business uniler the fictitious name "I DEPENDABLE T-V AND RADIO SERVICE, at 2692 W. Flagler Street, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, HOWARD FOHT. Sole Owner MONROE D1XON Attorney for Owner 505 oiympia Bldg. !•/•( — 11/6-1S-SI0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ot 1ATIN AMERICAN SHOE STORE at 509 N. Mlarbl Ave., Miami, Intend td' register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County, MORRIS RIMLAND ANNA RIMLAND HERMAN I. BRETON Attorney for Applicants 112 S'eyboM Bldg. 10/30 — 1I/6-1J-W .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 163408 ROBERT M. GAVETTE. Plaintiff. ELIZABETH 8. GAVETTE, a.k^a. BETTY S. GAVETTE, JWendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ELIZABETH S GAVETTE, a.k.a. BETTY S ilAVETTL P O. Box SO gValllngford. Connecticut YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Hill of Complaint For Divorce lias been filed against you, an.I you arc required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of • '.onplainl For Divorce on tin plaintiff's attorneys, gt Genet 420 Lincoln Road. Mlanfl Jlegch. Florida, and file the original Answer In the office of Ihe Clerk of the circuit Court, on or before the ltiili ilav of November, 1953, or a Pro Confesso will entered against vou. • ED at Miami, Morlda, this 14th day of October. 1953. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By: R. H. RICK, JR. Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the Undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE OOIRMET GUILD, at Petithouse, Cobbs Building. 355 IJneoln Road, Miami Beach, Morida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY COBBS JAMES H. COBBS ERWIN C. KAUDEN BROAD ft CASSEL Attorneys for The Gourmet Guild 10/30 — 11/6-13-20 (Seal) 10/16-23-30 — U/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RAX SHOE STORE, IT N.W. 5th*. Street. Miami. MIAMI SHOE MART, :il N.W. 2nd Street, Miami. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Fiorl,l SHIRLEY BEUBIS 10/23-30 — 11/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iiii'ici-signed, desiring to engage in business uniler the fictitious name of A A.A DISCOUNT AGENCY, Ni: First Avenue. Miami, Fin., 1 glster said name wild thl 01 tinCircuit Court of Dade C.iunty, Florida. D. J. APTE R. W. APTE LEO ACKERMAN MVKItS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorney! lor Applicants 650 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183509 ANN M. DELANEY. Plaintiff, MATTHEW A. DELANEY, PefenasAt SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MATTHEW A. DELANEY Address I'nknown You, IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed again.-; you, and you are required to Serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attornev, WILLIAM H. HAMILTON. JI2 Civic Hinldlm,-. Miami. Fla.. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Cdurt On or before the 18th day of November, 1953. If you fall to do so. Judgment by defualt will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each week for four consecutive week In THE JEWISH FI/lKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 19th day of October, A D. ISM. K. B. LEATHERMAN. clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By M. C. GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk I" 33-30 — 11/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 1H7-9 West Magler Street. Miami, Florida) Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dsde County, Morida; the date the said business was commenced was September 16 ,19S3. HARRY H. NATEMAN 10/23-30 — 11/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CLEO'S WEB-WASH IT, at 201 S.W. 8th Avenue, Miami, Morida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morida. I SI DOR M. ROTH MAN, sole owner MONROE DlXo.N Attorney for owner 10/18-23-30 — 11/6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163550 BEN SNOWEISS. Plaintiff, vs. RUTH SNOWEISS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RUTH SNOWEISS. 787 E. 175th Street. Bronx TO, New Tork You RUTH SNOWEISS. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce, has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, KURT WELI.ISCH. No. 1 IJneoln Rood Building. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the dffice of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 80th day of November. 1958. If you fail to do so, judgment by default irlll be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Florida, ibts 20th a> of October. A.D. 19*3. Cl.rk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Morida By M C, OSEBN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk KURT WELI.ISCH, ESQ.. 1 I.nicoui Road Bid*., Miami Beach. !•' %  Attorney for Plaintiff I" 23-30 *,11/8-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CtRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180064 JOHN F. STRANGE, Plaintiff, vs. LOREDITH M STRANGE, Defi SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: I.oREDITH M. STRANGE Jacksonville, Florida You are Hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are re.| lired to serve a copy of your Anawi Pleading to the Bill of CnmntaJnt on the plafrrrffT's Atrornry, THWTf"RE Jt. .WAYNE. ZM4S M.rrec de Leea 91vd.. Cora] Gables, Florida, and. file the, V>rlglual Answ'er oi" PleadW Irt the" office "f the Clerk of the Circuit C >urt on or before the 21st day of November, 1953. If you fail to do so. judgment bv* default will be taken agiirist you for the relief demanded in the 1 Bill of complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 20th day of October, A.D. IMS. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Morida WM W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk THEODORE R WAYNE 2i4( Ponce de l,eon Blvd. c.ial Babies, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff :M 11/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ta business under the fictitious name of WEINRICH'S BAKERY AND OVEN BAKE SHOP, at 2416 Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Coral Gables, intends to register an Id name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morida. Victor Reiss, Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Owner 650 Seybold Bldg. 10/23-30 — 11/6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 31195-A In Re: EST \TK I If EI.VA F. MO.NT ELL. a k n EI.VA MONTELL. ,, l< i ELLA MONTELL. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pel sons Hiving Claims or Demands AgainsEstate: You, and each of you, are hereny notified and retttriretl to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of EI.VA F MONTELL. deceased late of Stark Comity. Ohio, to the Hon. W. F. BLAXTON County. Judge of I>ade County, and file thw same in his office tn the County Courthouse in Dade County. Morida. 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 Js aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date October 14 A.D. 1953 BTHA M. HARPSTER, as Ancillary Executrix of the I,ast Will and Testament of EI.VA F. MONTELL, Deceased. RICHARD KRIEOER MNK Attorney for ancillary estate 10/23-30 — 117-13 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th. Ifwtah Floridlcm soBdt* your lsMjal notice*. W crppr-cicrt. 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The Jewish Floridian
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November 6, 1953

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 6, 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).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
b^Number 45
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
N REJECTS UN REPORT ON KIBYA
Bennike Charges Israeli Troops
Were in Sanctioned* Operation
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Gen-,
eral Vagn Bennike. UN truce su-
pervision chief in Palestine, charg-
ed the Israel Army this week with
responsibility for the Kibya raid.
He cited t'o the Security Council
reports of UN investigators to sup-
port this charge and estimated that
250 to 300 "well-trained Israeli sol-
diers carried out this operation."
The UN truce official described
the Kibya incident against a back-
ground of troubled border condi-
tions and repeated disturbances of
the peace. He warned that "a
threat to the security of the area
is possible." and stressed that Kib-
ya and other incidents could not
be considered as isolated incidents.
General Bennike told the Secur-
ity Council that "the hand grenade
thrown on the night of the 12th-
13th October into a house in the
Israeli village of Yahud which
caused the death of two small chil-
dren and their mother, may have
provoked the attack on Kibya 48
hours later, that resulted in the
death of 53 Arab inhabitants and
the dstruction of more than 40
dwellings."
He said that "the latest news re-
ceived from the United Nations ob-
servers indicates the persistence of
tension, particularly in Jerusalem."
That situation, he said, is "danger-
ous and should be watched close-
ly."
Spreading Tension
UN Secretary General Dag Ham-
marskjold addressed the Council
and offered astern warning to the
| "parties concerned" in the Arab-
Israel dispute to refrain from any
j actions "which would contribute to
! a widening of tension in the area
and, especially, to avoid any ac-
j tion which could jeopardize the Se-
curity Councils present endeav-
; ors." He called on both sides to re-
frain from any action contrary to
the armistice agreements and
which could "prejudice the attain-
ment of permanent peace in Pales-
tine."
General Bennike, summing up
Ambassador Abba fbon
. challenges Bennike
the situation on the Israel-Jordan
demarcation line, said the present
tension was "due, to a large extent,
to the problem of infiltration. This
problem," he said, "is particularly
difficult because the demarcation
line is 620 kilometers long and hap-
Continued on Page 10 A
Israel denotes points of attack constituting breaches
order made by Arab forces during 1952 and 1953.
numbers are immediately above the Arab villages
fere points of departure for the attacks. Triangles
: Israeli cities and settlements which were targets for
" marauders.
[illion Dollars in Aid
Funds Ready for Israel
Telegraphic Agenc"
"JGTONMeasures to ex-
(ment to the State of Is- j
26.000.000 in Mutual Se-
for the first six months
cal year were being takej
[week following President
fer's White House an-
ent that American eco-
to Israel had been re-
fcnt Eisenhower moved to
^hort-lived susj>ension of
aid after a storm of pro-
Vashington over American
nent of Israel on issues
adjudicated by the.Unfc'
bns Security Council.
kove followed, within 24
srael's action in repeating
Gurion
11 Retire
SALEM (JTA)The inten-
Premier David Ben-Gurion
up his office by November
Ks indicated here this week
x-gan his "final round" of
twins with leaders of his
rty and with other parties
toalition government regard-
future of the Cabinet fol-
his withdrawal,
premier said he expects re-
ontinued on Pofo 10 A
to the Security Council an offer
made in Jerusalem October 13th by
Israel Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett to Major General Vagn
Bennike, UN truce chief in Pales-
tine, to suspend work on the Jor-
dan River project pending Secur-
ity Council consideration of the
question.
General Bennike rejected the Is-
rael proposal and insisted that Is-
rael should agree to halt work on
""""" Continued on Pa#o 10 A
JWR- to Mark Centennial of
Center Movement at Conference
Harold Slmuom
. he hoi orgreed
The Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, of which Stanley C.
Myers is president, will serve as
host to a large group of out-of-
t o w n delegates attending the
eighth annual meeting of the
Southern Section-JWB. The Board
of Directors of the GMJCC will be
on hand to greet the delegates,
coming from eleven Southern
States between Florida and Texas.
AH of the sessions of the confer-
ence will take place at the Delano
Hotel.
An Oneg Shabbat will be held on
Saturday, November 7th, at 3 p.m.,
in the Zodiak Room of the Hotel.
It will feature a discussion on the
relationship of Jewish community
centers to synagogues. The Flagler-
Granada Choir will present a num-
ber of selections and will lead the
audience in the singing of Sabbath
songs.
Formal opening of the confer-
ence will take place on Saturday
night, November 7th. at 7 p.m., in
the Blue Room. Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
head of the Convention Committee,
will chair the dinner meeting. A
keynote address will be heard from
Samuel D. Gershovitz of New York.,
He will discuss the role of the
Jewish community center in the
light of current community needs.
Myers, who is chairman of the con-
vention Program Committee, will
serve as discussant of the keynote
address.
The Sunday morning and after-
noon session will be devoted to a
series of workshops on the pur-
poses and program of Jewish com-
munity centers and current trends
in financing centers. The panelists
in these various sessions will in
elude center leaders from various
parts of the South who have had
specific experience with these mat-
ters.
The luncheon session on Sunday
will highlight the work of the JWB
Armed Services program. Harry
Herbert, of New York, who has
been associated with this work, will
speak on the military front of the
future.
Highlight of the convention will
be the Centennial Banquet which
will take place on Sunday evening.
November 8th. at 7 p.m., in the
Blue Room of the Delano Hotel. A
special program will be presented
to celebrate the 100th anniversary
of the Jewish community center
movement which occurs this year.
Mrs. Walter E. Heller, of Chicago,
Continued on Pago 9 A
With the Jewish Community Center Centennial Emblem pro-
viding the inspirational nole, local center leaders make last-
minute plans for the southern regional conference of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board to be held this weekend at the Delano
Hotel. Highlight of the conference will be a banguet on Sun-
day night, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the founding
of the first YMHA. Left to right are Stanley C. Myers, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center; Leon Kaplan,
president, JWB Southern Section; and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, con-
ference chairman.


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Jerusalem Service Slated For Beth El Center Wednesday
>*Y, WQVBgB ^
A service dedicated to the com-
memoration of the 3.000th anniver-
sary of Jerusalem will be held on
Wednesday evening, November
11th. 8 p.m.. at Congregation Beth
El. 500 SW 17th Avenue. Miami.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky.
K th El spiritual leader, will be
chairman of the evening. Rabbis
Max Shapiro, of Beth David Syna-
gogue, and Simon April, of Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation,
will make dedicatory addresses.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. spiritual
leader of the Coral GaMes Jewiak
Center, will lead the congregation
in prayer and in the recitation of
! the Oath to Jerusalem. Delivering
the invocation will be Rabbi Alfred
Waxman. of the West Miami Jew-
ish Center.
Cantors Maurice Mamches. Beth
David. Berele Kelemer. Miami
Hebrew School, and Irving Robin-
son. Coral Gables, will chant the
liturgy.
"In view of the travail in which
the State of Israel and its Capital
City currently find themselves, the
Wednesday commemoration here j
will be of great importance," Rab-
bi Swirsky said. "It will be a sol-
emn and reverential service dedi-
cated to our expression of grati-
tude for the past and our hopes
fo'r the future."
Kappa Tau Tea 16 through is ,t tfte GreZ?S,t]
Plans are under way for a Kap- Uni Jewish Community Cem H
Prhin too tnr pa
-lans are unaer way for a Kap- ami Jewuh Community Ce7
Tau membership tea for girls I Sunday, November 8th >-k,
Aronovitz Says He
Stands On Record
The toughest thing in the world
is to run for public office in this j
day and age without spending mon-,
ey. Abe Aronovitz has been finding ,
out. but he is determined to hold j
to his campaign pledge of keeping
his campaign expenditures under a I
thousand dollars he said this week.!
Aronovitz detailed the'costs ofi
the campaign so far when he spoke
before his campaign workers and
close supporters at a rally Wednes-
day at his office in the Seybold
Building.
"My biggest problem is convinc-
ing my friends that I am just not
going to try to buy my way into
public office." He said "I"m stand-
, ing firm my record of working
! for Miami all my life and fighting
for what I consider right."
Aronovitz added that he is de-
| pending on his friends and sup-
J porters, "but I will not clutter up
the streets with campaign signs or
j clutter up th* mails with campaign
, literature.
"I'm proud of my record since
Initial plans for a 20th anniver- mv first davs in Miami many years
ill a.ldress l.a,|er> of the Jewish sary Thanksgiving dance and re- ** And ,'m PrUd haVC ***
ommunity of Tampa on the sub- un.on for the Town Branch of the endorsem*"t *o many civic
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and past president of the Miami Bea?h Clirgy
Council, presents the gavel to the newly elected president for
the coming year. Dr. Wiley Scott, Minister of the Miami Beach
Community Church. The Clergy Council is made up of
clergymen of all faiths whose purpose is to bring to the com-
munity the message that is common to all religious groups.
First Choice
WILN0 KOSHER "PURE BEEF"
MEAT PRODUCTS are:
A FAVORITE IN EVERY JEWISH HOME
3 D
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!
Bandel To Address
Tampa Bond Leaders
Judge I-ouie Bandel. of Miami.
Town GMJCC Marks
20th Anniversary
ct of the Israel-Arab crisis next
^unday night. November 8th. it
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center we/e formulated at the first
vas announced this week at the mee,inK of the Dance Committee
(ate of Israel Bond Office in Mi h,'r'' T""-da> evening.
mi beach.
The meeting will follow a buffet
ippcr at the home of Clarence I'
Berolzheimer who. with Mrs. Thom
- C. Weiss and David Cowen, i~
i-chairman of the Tampa Com-
ittee.
.Judtfe Bandel's talk will be one
"The Town Branch, which had
it beginning as the Miami YWHA
and YMHA in 1933. is celebratin
its 20 years of service to ew
member of the community and
every member of the family from
the child in the nursery school
program to his grand parents who
i a seriea he has undertaken to are m"mbers of the Golden Age
eliver in up-state communities in I->'**n rhalf of the State of Israel Bond ra<'' Silver, Branch supervisor
i .impiiign. Last week, he address-
I a meeting at the Lakeland .lew
li < ommumtv (enter
DAY WORKERS
| Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers
$5 & $6 and Fare
Colored Maids-Part Time or Full
Time in Private Homes
ACE EMPLOYMENT
; 127 N.E. 1t Av. Ph. 9 JM1
No Charge to Employer
Bernard Weksler and Bernard
Segal, co-chairmen of the dance.
have announced that Mai afalkin'a
orchestra will provide the music
for this affair Others serving on
Hi-- \arious committees are tickets.
Mrs, I. cah Sternshein; refresh
ments, Meadamea VI Gelb, Jeanette
Kleinman and Blanche Hamburg;
arrangecients and decorations. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Nevel: music and
program. Mrs Ada Glasser and
Robert Hamburg.
groups and leaders of our com-
munity."
Aronovitz' record includes his
seven-year battle against utility
overcharges that resulted in a re-
fund of over four million dollars
to Miamian.s. his reportedly single-1
('"^e*;md*d fiffltt in the fcs MM* thai i
resulted in saving a quarter mil-
lion dollars a year for Miami tax-.
payers, his leadership in the slum
clearance drive, service on the
committee that recommended oper-
ation of Jackson Memorial Hospi-1
tal by the county so that its sen-;
n i could be expanded, and his
longtime record of service in Jew-
ish organizations and civic enter-
prises.
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1 bunch green onions
6 tablespoons flour
3 cups broth or bouillon
1 box frozen mixed vegetables
I1- tsts. Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon prepared mustard
l-i teaspoon salt. teaspoon pepper
3 cups cooked brown rice
Melt chicken fat in skillet. Cook green onions in-
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Keep stirring till flour is browned. Gradually add bouil-
Ton, stirring constantly until thick.-Add vegetables, which
have been cooked according to directions on package. Add
Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper and mustard. Add
franks, which have been sliced in '-j inch thick cn>s<\w>e
pieces. Cook about 10 minutes. Serve on hot rice.
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-Jewish fhrkUan
PAGE 3 A
jpmy Otters
-H tnHtUute
_v opting session of the He-
LAcadtW Adult institute will
1 place M Monday evening, No-
Ur9lh. 8 p.m.. at the Academy
llding- .
Trs Aj, r.nder Kogan. chairman
[the Hebrew Academy Room
Lrs sponsors Of the Adult In-
[,! this week that courses
"1 and advanced Hebrew and
i,eWi-h yhilosophy will be of-
I dur j the current season.
|nr tn,., who cannot attend the
CL asses, a special session
,L c( -i.jcted on Monday after-
ins fnm 1230 to 2 p.m., at the
IH(,mv conducting the adult
Lew' -cs will be Miss Shush-
laSpec; r. Hebrew Academy m-
bctor radio commentator and
Lhor of the book. Hebrew
foe class in Jewish philosophy
I be ci r.ducted by Rabbi Alex-
is s. Gross, principal of the
demy. ________
Donee Exhibit At
Kahaner Ladies' Group
The Mollit* Kahaner Ladies'
Auxiliary of Congregation of Mon-
ticello Park will hold a member-
ship tea on November 11th, at
8-30 p.m.
Highlight of the evening will be
a dance exhibition by the Fred
Astaire Dance Studios of Holly-
wood. The membership will par-
ticipate in a "mad-hat" contest,
and prizes will be awarded for the
most original, the most humorous
and the most attractive hats.
Mrs. Daniel Abramowitz is in
charge of the program.
Dr. Aidman To Speak
Dr. Ted Aidman, practicing psy-
chologist, will be guest speaker
during a meeting of the Israelite
Center PTA on November 9th, at
8 p.m. A former instructor at the
Universities of Wisconsin and Mi-
ami, Dr. Aidman will discuss the
importance of cooperation in re-
ligion.
Engineer Will Address
Beach Lodge Lunch
The weekly luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will be held on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 10th, 12:15 p.m., at the Na-
tional Hotel.
Carl Ltenau, ele'etrieal engineer,
will be guest speaker. Lienau has
developed a sonic device to dis-
cover bodies under water and to
prevent accidental drownings.
Luncheon chairman is Gershon
S. Miller.
Discussing plans for the first evening gathering of the PTA
of the Miami Beach Jewish Center to be held at the home of
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman are (left to right) Mrs. Lehr-
man, Mrs. Lewis M. Escott, chairman of the event, and Mrs.
Benjamin B. Greene, president of the PTA.
Golden Agers Sponsor
Talent Program Sunday
A talent program will be pre-
sented by the Golden Age Friend-
ship Club of the Beach Branch,
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, on Sunday, November 7th,
at 2 p.m.
Golden Age-sponsored dancing
classes are held on Sundays from
1 until 2 p.m. English classes are
on Wednesdays from 4:30 until 6
p.m.
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)XY. NOVEMBER 6. 1953
*'Jewish ftcrldiar
PAGE S A
IN TEL AVIV TO SPEED COMPLETION OF HOTEL
ban B. Ruskin, Miami Beach in
^triahst and hotel man, arrived
Tel Aviv last week to speed
bmplet'o" and attend the opening
the newly-constructed Dan Ho
C. in which he has a large, con-
oiling interest. Ruskin is also
member of the group which has
ttn invited by Prime Minister
lenGurion for the conference on
L economic and commercial situ-
Ln in Israel.
As an attendant at the confer-
,. Ruskin represents the Great-
r Miami Jewish Federation.
'Representing a group of Miami
ackers in what has. been called
,ne of Ue finest and most modern
rteis in the world," Raskin re-
.rred to the lavish, nine-story edi-
ts overlooking the Mediterranean
>a in Tel Aviv as a "combination
: American know-how and Israeli
lorkmanship". .
\First interested in the Hotel.in
0, two years after the cessation
, the War of Liberation and the
publishment of the State. Ruskin.
beether with six other American
dustrialists, said that he fore-
the eventual development of
bis small nation as the modern
emocratic bastion of the Middle
last and decided to invest in it.
uilt with Israeli labor and Ameri-
n capital and existing under
jiss management, the ultra-mod-
tn Dan is the largest hotel in Is-
fccl. .
I Toether with Ruskin in the ho-
fcl enterprise are Samuel Fried-
bnd. chairman of the Board of
wd Fair Stores; Lewis Stein,
(resident of Food Fair; Max Oro-
Btz, Miami industrialist and hotel
toner; Sam Stein, attorney for the
^oup; I. L. Mintzer, president of
Fixzit Corporation and Miami
each hotel man; and Samuel
llank. president of National
Brands. All have held positions
f leadership with the Greater Mi-
mi Jewish Federation, the organ-
ation which conducts the Combin-
i Jewish Appeal each year.
\ Ruskin. Blank and Orovitz are
last presidents of the Federation.
Aside from .the Dan Hotel, Rus-
pin's group has a major interest in
lil prospecting in the Negev, the
outhern section of Israel. Enthus-
iastic about the possibility of the
discovery of oil in Israel, he told
leaders here that this accomplish
ment "would definitely be a de-
ciding factor in establishing Israel
as an economic entity, and in large
measure would provide a certain
commercial stability for the coun-
try."
Asserting that the newly-con-
structed Dan Hotel is as fine as
the most modern structures in Mi-
ami Beach, Ruskin said that it com-
pares favorably with any existing
hotel in the world. Containing 190
rooms, all equipped with bath, ra-
dio, telephone and individual tem-
perature control, the hotel is one
of the few in this area to be com-
pletely air conditioned.
The hotel also features an Amer-
ican-type night club which will star
name entertainers, a bar, stage and
dance floor which face the sea.
The lavish Dan, constructed with
an investment of $3,500,000, boasts
the Middle East's finest orches-
tras and a roof garden which ac-
commodates 500 persons.
The Dan also includes in its ul-
tra-modern, Israeli-designed build-
ing large conference rooms suit-
able for international meetings and
conventions and other private
rooms for all purposes.
"The Dan Hotel," Ruskin declar-
ed while inspecting the new build-
ing, "will stand as a landmark to
the progress made in the relations
between combined American and
Israeli industrial enterprises."
HMO Is Featured
Hadassah Medical Organization
will be highlighted at the first gen-
eral membership meeting of the
Israeli Group of Hadassah to be
held in the Roney Plaza Hotel on
Monday, November 9th, 1 p.m.
Mrs. Herbert Linick is chairman.
Mrs. Joseph Kantor will present
a program with the following par-
ticipating: The Mesdames Fred
Aaronson, David Joseph, Irwin
Karson, M. Kurzweil, Harry Sturm,
Jack'Rosenthal, Henry Waitzkii\
and Oett Warner.'1 Resident of the
Group is Mrs.- Harry M. Kaplan.
Dan B. Ruskin inspects fin-
ishing touches on the Dan
Hotel in Tel Aviv prior to its
grand opening.

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The Dan Hotel in Tel Aviv represents a $3,500,000 investment
1 in-Israel by Dan B. Ruskin and other Miami Beach industrial-
ists. Shown above is the 150-room edifice nearing comple-
tion. Ruskin is in Israel to attend formal opening oi the hotel
and also to represent the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
at a conference of Israeli leaders.____________________
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AK Luncheon To Hear
Dr. Mitchell In Talk On
Segregation Laws, Schools
"If the Supreme Court outlaws
segregation, will the public schools
be transformed overnight?" This
will be the subject of an address
by Dr. George Mitchell at a lunch-
eon meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter, American Jewish Commit-
tee, on November 9th, at the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel.
Dr. Mitchell is director of the
Southern Regional Council and an
authority on the economic and so-
cial problems of the South. He
received his PhD at Johns Hopkins
and for several years was Profes-
sor of Economics at Columbia Uni-
versity.
JDf. Joseph, :Weidberg, chairman
of the American Jewish Committee,
announced that the meeting will
be open to the public. George
Bertman, chapter program chair-
man, is in charge of arrangements.
Christmas Liets
Planks In Platform
Randy Christmas, candidate for
the Miami city commission, this
week announced a 19-point Christ-
mas program.
He prefaced his platform with
the statement "The following is my
platformsubmitted to you with-
out a single miracle cure and in
the belief that integrity on the
part of the candidate is a better
guarantee of right action than ir-
responsible promises."
Dignity and harmony on the
commission, opposition to "waste-
ful spending which would result in
higher taxes," enforcement of all
laws at all times, exerting "every
effort to improve Miami's credit
rating," cooperation withithe coun-
ty on common problems, and sup-
port of the Metropolitan Miami
Municipal Board were major points
in the platform.
Christmas also called for citi-
zens committees to help solve com-
plex city problems, maintaining
and improving the civil service
program for city employees, con-
tinuing and heightening the city's
slum clearance program and co-
operating with the Long Term Cap-
ital Improvement Budget Commit-
tee.
Minzer Is New
Miami Manager
For Israel Bonds
Manfred L. Minzer, Jr. will ar-
rive here this weekend to assume
his new duties as city manager of
the Greater Miami area for the
State of Israel Bond Organization,
replacing Borah Shnaider.
Shnaider has already left the
city for his new position with the
bond organization in the New Jer-
sey area. Clifford Straus, assist-
ant city manager, is in charge until
the arrival of Minzer.
The new city manager is a grad-
uate of Grinnel College and took
i post-graduate courses at Columbia
I and Harvard. He is 34 years of age
1 and married.
Minzer served in the armed
forces from 1941-46 with the In-
! fantry and held the rank of Cap-
i tain when he received his honor-
| able discharge.
He was in charge of sales pro-
motion. Central Record Corpora-
tion, from 194648. For the follow-
ing two years, he was a field rep-
resentative for the United Jewish
Appeal, and in 1951, he represent-
ed Brandeis University.
Minzer, in 1952, was appointed
Regional Supervisor. New England
area, American Friends of the He-
brew University, Weizmann Insti-
tute and Haifa Technion.
He joined the Israel Bond Or-
ganization later that year and serv-
ed in West Virginia, Pittsburgh and
Houston, prior to his transfer to
Miami.
75 Youth To Attend
Senior Judaea Meet
Seventy-five young boys and
girls are expected to attend the an-
naul South Florida Senior Judaea
Conclave to be held November
13th to 15th. according to Joe Par-
do, president of the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission.
Open to Senior Judaea members
and prospects of the 13 to 17 age
group, the conclave will be held
at the Arlington Hotel, Miami
Beach. J
Highlights of the weekend will
include Friday night and Saturday
services, an Oneg Shabbat and an
Israeli Cafe Night. Yo'sef Peri, an
Israeli messenger who is touring
the South for Young Judaea, will
be guest.
Working on the Arrangements
Committee for the Youth Commis-
sion, which is sponsoring the con-
clave, are Pardo, Mrs. Beatrice Sol-
loway, Mrs. Bertram Miller, Al Osh-
eroff and Dave Goodwin.
Herbert Allan Tobin, son of
Mr. Ben Tobin and Jeanefte
Tobin Cameron, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
November 7th, 10:45 a.m.. at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
Herbert is an eighth grade
student at Nautilus Junior
High School.
Golda Myerson Club
To Mark Book Month
Jewish Book Month will be mark
ed by the Pioneer Women, Golda
Myerson Club, on Tuesday evening.
November 10th. 8 p.m.. at Congre-
gation Beth El, according to an
announcement this week by Mrs.
Anna Seltzer, president.
Marim Kurman will review Shol
em Aleichem's. The Adventures' Of
Motel The Cantor's Son.
Also scheduled are vocal selec-
tions by Mrs. Frances Packer, with
Miss Anyuta Melicov at the piano
Chairman of the evening will be
Miss Ruth Uliss. A concluding
membership reception will be
chaired by Mrs. Helen Victor.
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Friedland In Double Ring Ceremony
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th< Sttelhonal Bon i.t Sundo<
lone.' 25th Miss Shrrle' :*!
mari. dauprite- o: Mr anr Mrs
Hymar nenmari: nf Altnr Bnr.
Miam Bearr. ; i c ?*rrwidrrorf
Rhone Island tier-am; the tail
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(i: B* -irdianc nf Mar-
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Kiitror o.' honor wa.' M~
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hapaer of Hadas csya Avenue. Coral fahki an
nounce the eacapeanent Mr Saks
A coffee brunch wili far Nerve* ? *" "** "r-*^ "* NrtiuH1
_ ,. ,_ ... Sa*u i*5 meat 4TJj Street. Hianu
a: the fina rrie of in* neasun 3,.^ ~-
at noon Taeadaj November JOlb. Mw Hanptman eradaaled frtm,
ir. the patio of Tempi* Betb Sht! Miam Hitb Scbao! and BtMnili il
or Th* rev*r will take place lbt l aweraBy of Flond* She u
n> tbt faanpor- Hall mmeHbatery c0"*""f st"be tke Uni-
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after the brunch Mr Safc red tfae BS deeree
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the seaMii anil br reix wtd during ; her of P: T iinafada fta. Beta Gaantna
the wwc tn Mn 1 K Vein Sjcm* and F*u Kappa Pfa He tt
Bteni Mn Motto Alpen u eo- ^^^ ^ 5,^.^
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Kaufn^ans To Mark
sfmup.' wfait* number about 1PC
members ir drealer Muuxu Mn
Harr? Mafir. ol 3 Of. West Ave ]*th A nHJVeTSary
nue Miaau Beach if ticket chair-1 Dr and Mn HaiaM S afaufmaT,
mat. Othen mtr Mn Henri Cob af SM* SW TXh BnaaL Miami, wtil
en. recur dint aecretarr. Mn Lii be hosts as the Onec Sbabbat Sol
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The couple harve ra>r eJafldieji. not t n* ? arc aa-nk-r
Sean Marc 1C and Edith Leslie 8 group a' the Eeack Brudt |
Both are student! of the Debte> Bepreserr.ir. v cfcrfci
Academt (the Center disr-usnei tb?i
Dr Kanfmar s a praetJcnui u* sposmt-i: .-
geoa here Mn Kairfmar has beer, the ver> Beat :j-trre Jaal
active it local Jewish and crvar af wat electee
Sam and Arlene Tar^
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admissions
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brunch are the Meadame* Maurice
Cfiuegeman Joaept Reiser Ken
netr. Sokolsfcj Soi Caber. Jack
Muravchick anc Samuel Keiemer
FToceeds frorr the paapaal wiL'
be used fur vocational eaucatioc
anc youth servicei, Mn ^Borrif
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jAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1953
+Je*Utt1fr**k*
ERSONALLY
PEAKING
I Mr and Mrs. Sherwood Lavine.
236 NW 64th Court, announce
birth of their son, Larry Stew-
8t Doctors Hospital on Octo-
28th. The new arrival joins his
others, Jerry Allen, 12, Stephen
Ehrhacl. 10, and Edward Scott, 5.
Iranii parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Jenry Miller^and Mrs. Minna La-
Inc. all of Miami.
ir it -Cr .
Ijtrs Sarah Goldberg, of 242
feridian Avenue, Miami Beach, is
I Jersey City, New Jersey, visiting
rr children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
|eddy Goldberg and Mr. and Mrs.
ck Altshuler. On November 8th,
will be present at the Bar Mitz-
of her grandson, Arthur Abba
pTdbcrg. Her daughter, Miss Bea-
Goldberg, of Miami Beach,
join her there at that time.
jr. and Mrs- Morris Brooks and
r. DUretla Weiss entertained at
Halloween Party Saturday, non-
Melody flope Weiss at their
ne. 520 SW 62nd Court, Miami.
ne the young guests present
Renee and Adrian Bichman,
van and Uene Litman, Peggy,
sy and Donna Bitnick and Car-
Jane Hancock. Unable to at-
because of illness were Nor-
Wcissman and Adele Rickman.
second daughter, Karen, was
to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M.
pnovitz on Friday, October 16th,
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
en's older sister is Elaine. Her
her is Todd.
-fr &
(r. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, owners
Juncraggan Inn, Hendersonville,
th Carolina, have returned to
nd the winter at 2180 Bay
vi' Miami Beach.
a a -&
r. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, of
Normandy Drive, are spend-
| a few days in Savannah, Geor-
Dr. Kaplan is Rabbi Emeritus
femple Israel.
r. and Mrs. Gerald Wittels, of
98th Street, Miami Beach,
ounce the birth ef-jheir son.
!. on October 24th, it Mount
ii Hospital. The Bris took place
he home f the grandparents,
[and Mrs. Samuel E. Cohen, of
Flamingo Drive. Sandyk was
ftb Cohen, of New York, who is
great-grandfather. Godparents
Mr and Mrs. Samuel E. Co-
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and
erend Abraham Seif, officiated.
& -to it
and Mrs. L. Greenberg, of
NW 24th Street, announce
i birth of their son, Irving, on
fber 24th, at Northwest Hospi-
|The Bris took place at their
pe on Sunday, November 1st.
erend Abraham Seif officiated.
rents were Mr. and Mrs. Max
pnan. of 2425 24th Avenue,
Til. Sandik was Mr. Nathan
of 590 SW 23rd Avenue.
png the guests present were
"end and Mrs. George Gold-
* $
' and Mrs. A. J. Feldman, of
*nce. Alabama, and Miami
W. have returned to their
""lent at the Broadmoor for
winter season.
Van Straiten To8e Honored Atlfonht
Testimonial Dinner On December 13th
PAGE 7 A
iern Dance Class
Reorganized Here
Part of its adult program, the
Per, Town Branch, has recently
[ganized its modern dance class
Ter the leadership of Ruth Wal-
! The class will meet on Tues
Evenings and is open to all
ts in the community.
J!> Walton, who has had much
pnence in modern dance and
"ography, has studied with
na Graham, Hanya Holm,
Primus and at the Julliard
1 of Music.
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L MEIDENBERQ. Owner
A testimonial dinner honoring
Alex Van Straaten for his leader-
ship in the Zionist movement over
the past decade will be held at the
new Sterling Hotel in Miami Beach
Sunday evening, December 13th.
Fred Jonas, president of the Mi-
ami Beach Israel-Zionist District,
announced that Leo Robinson will
serve as dinner chairman.
Mr. Van Straaten,-a charter mem-
ber and past president of the Dis-
trict, will be 70 years' of age on
the day of the dfnner celebration.
"A decade of ardent Zionist effort
and inspired leadership by Mr. Van
Straaten will be acclaimed by the
total Miami Beach community on
the occasion of this dinner," Jonas
said.
to make early reservations. 'This
dinner celebration," the chairman
said, "will bring together under
the best possible circumstances the
District membership at a moment
of history when we find the wel-
fare and stability of Israel less se-
cure than we had hoped."
Mr. Van Straaten, who became
a resident of Miami Beach 13 years
ago, is best known here for his
leadership in the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and of the local
Zionist District. His work in help-
ing to launch Mount Sinai Hos-
pital also placed him in the fore-
front of Jewish community effort.
Born in Philadelphia. Van Straat-
en served as president of the
Northern Liberties Hospital of that
city and as president of the Green
Valley Country Club. He was also
president of Temple Judea. For
many years he headed the firm of
Van Straaten and Havey, raw silk
converters, with headquarters in
Japan.
The dinner will be the first event
to open the new Sterling Hotel at
6767 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
The Sterling will be the first major
ocean front hotel in the luxury
class to feature an all kosher kitch-
en.
An attendance of 500 persons is
expected at the dinner celebratiohH
and service will be at twenty-five
dollars a plate.
Tots About Town...
Gables Zionists Are
Caravan Sponsors
The Coral Gables Zionist District
will hold its next regular meeting
on Thursday, November 12th, 8:15
p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will be principal speaker.
Morris Simon, president, indicated
this week that the' talk will discuss
In accepting Utf'ch^irmaiwhhJ,4^<"",*otlttrrecfiWI'of Zieaist and
Robinson called upon all rrremWf^^'movement's future
Simon also announced that the
Coral Gables District will be one
of the sponsors of the Israel Cara-
van slated to appear here on No-
vember 17th, including a cast of Is-
raeli dancers and artists, a*4 under
the auspices of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America.
Dr. Hopman To Discuss
Cytology On Monday
The Herzl Group of Hadassah
will hold its regular monthly meet-
ing on Monday, November 9th,
12:45 p.m., at the Caribbean Ho-
tel. Mrs. Oscar Sindell will pre-
side.
Mrs. Louis Goldman, chapter co-
ordinator for the Medical Center,
will present a report on the Ha-
dassah convention held last week
in Washington, D.C.
Mrs. Sidney Ross, program chair-
man, will introduce Dr. B. Cor-
nells Hopman, research associate
at the Cancer Institute of Miami.
Dr. Hopman will present a film and
speak on cancer cytology.
Mrs. Edward.Friedman and Mrs.
Jerome Goodman are in charge of
arrangements for the afternoon.


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Convention Report Slated
The Hanna Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah will meet at the Empress
Hotel on November 0th, 1:15 p.m.
RepOtt on the highlights of the
Hadassah Convention held in Wash-
ington will be given by the Mes-
dames Morris Alpert, Abraham
Greenberg and Irwin Weinstein.
Mrs. Abraham Cassel, program
chairman, will present a packet of
HMO Playlets, featuring the Mes-
dames Boots Gettelman, Ruth Ru-
dine, Georgia Serbin and Eddie
Sief.
Sharet Chapter Meeting
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will meet on Tues-
day evening, November 10th, at
the home of Miss Arlene Imber,
2156 SW 16th Terrace.
The slate for new officers will
be read, and further plans will be
discussed for community service
projects. Psychologist Dr. Seymour
M. Blumenthal will discuss mar-
riage counsel.
Pioneer Women's Dinner
To Honor Workers
Pioneer Women, Club No. 1, will
hold a dinner on Sunday evening,
November 15th, 6 p.m., at Congre-
gation Beth Tfilah.
Honored will be Mrs. Leah Nat-
kin, financial secretary, and Mrs.
Betty Schechter, Israel supply
chairman.
Proceeds of the affair are slated"
for the new School of Nursing now
being constructed at Kanot, IsraeL
. i
Adult Group Plans
Candlelight Dance
Candlelight Dance is being plan-
ned by the Adult Social Group of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, Town Branch, to be
held on Saturday evening, Novem-
ber 7th.
Howard Margolis is chairman of
the dance. Assisting are Ruth Eas-
ley, Bea Kelter, Zelda Rose andt
Mac Wyden.



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fflflVEL IS WEALTH OF SOUL, JUDGE OKA FEELS
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Jewish Floridian Feature
The SS Maasdam took Miami
_ Judge Kenneth Oka and his
,iily to Europe in July. They
turned here a little over a month
n, and their impressions are still
(vivid that they describe the trip
jth a continuing sort of zest. The
is were in Europe three years
too. and they could hardly
for a second go at the conti-
rhe Justice of the Peace puts it
i way: 'Travel is like acquiring
knowledge of a new symphony
concerto. One gains a vast num-
of images and ideas. They're
intangible, but no amount of
tflbles can be properly traded
fthem. Images and ideas are the
gc wealth of the human soul,
matters about which we are
bftefi concerned personal ac-
feition in the form of clothes and
niture for our home as an ex-
,|e bog- the spirit down."
long with the Judge and his
V Gertrude, went their three
jdfen. Barbara June, 10, Mi-
|le. 7'?. and Stephanie, 5'. The
s' fourth child, a one-year-old,
ed behind to hold down the
at 2801 Fairgreen Drive, Mi-
| Beach "We landed in Rotter-
Holland." the Judge said,
took the train to Amsterdam,
isn't,conscious of being in a
Bgn country there. The archi-
ure is like New York's. We
it get the feeling of being in
ope until we reached the fish-
j villages on the Zuider Zee."
P'om Holland, the Oka family
down to Zurich and Switzer-
which the Judge characterizes
ring "untouched by war and
III to the experiences of "the
around." There. Barbara
\, Michele and Stephanie were
off to school, and the Okas
for Spain. "The Spanish
ktryside and cities are hot in
Rummer," Judge Oka said. "The
is barren right up to Anda-
l and it's a wonder that the
can wrest a living from the
One day in Seville, it was JOB
ees.''
ie fif tungtftftjtaiMto
psh propaganda was in Toledo.
aided tour was the only means
(kiting the Alcazar, a 1938 mili-
fortress. There, they were
the Fascist General Moscara
tie on which is engraved in
ch, Spanish, German and Eng-
| a dialogue between the Gen-
and a Communist Loyalist.
[the Loyalists were called Red
he Franco Falangists," Judge
.explained. The dialogue goes
emphasize the brutality of
Republicans "despite the prov-
ptrocity on both sides engaged
life-and-death civil war."
Jewish merchant on a train
! from Tetuan to Tangiers told
3kas that General Franco does
a controlled Spain. "The
frnroent is in the hands of the
aristocrats and the Church
Judo* Kenneth Oka
... 0 street in Milan
which collects daily tribute," Judge
Oka paraphrased the merchant.
"The General is merely a figure-
head who will probably be replaced
by the Pretender to the Spanish
throne on his death."
The Peace Justice pondered.
"Then, I suppose," he said, "the
Spanish will fall into the Western
line as a 'democracy' with an abso-
lutist regime masked behind it that
permits no habeas corpus or any
other basic freedom and whose
powerful Church prevents divorce.
Spaniards will be dragged out of
their beds and 'disappear' just like
they do now under Franco."
Tetuan is the old military base
from which the General started
his uprising. It is still the encamp-
ment of the Spanish Foreign Leg-
ion. After visiting the casbah
there, and its Jewish section, they
dialectical materialism and Marx-
ism. One out of three of them is
a Communist simply because he
needs more money to eat."
The famous Italian Jewish manu-
facturer of typewriters and other
office equipment, Olivetti, has in-
stituted a number of economic re-
l forms in his industry. He has es-
| tablished commissaries, retirement
[plans and compulsory health pro-
grams in which his employees par-
ticipate. "But he is practically
alone," Judge Oka said. "The oth-
|ers are not willing to follow his
I example one which must ulti-
; mately protect their own economic
freedom, if anything can in the
I face of abject poverty every-
j where."
The couple found a beautiful Vi-
enna silent except for its musical
activities. There are almost no
1 Jews in theiirity and few in-Austria
i,at. targe. ^Everywhere vr went,"
Judge Oka said, "Russian soldiers
marched unsmiling with drawn
submachine guns. We heard a good
deal of anti-American sentiment in
Vienna, but this was little differ-
ent from similar feelings express-
ed throughout the continent."
Much talked about was the Ros-
enberg case which had left a bad
taste in the mouths of the Euro-
peans. "They compared it with
Sacco and Vanzetti and indicated
that the convicted pair was accord-
ed bad treatment."
From the young Frenchman who
insisted that "a little" dictatorship
is a good thing to the porters in
the railroad station at Madrid who
fought to carry their bags for a
few pennies, from the Jew in
Venice who had just come out of
an Italian glass factory explaining
the economic problem of the ar-
tisan to the discovery that Franco
hides beggars and orphans during
the summer tourist season so that
the Alhambra in Granada can show
off an ancient splendor of the old
Moorish Kingdom unmarred by
poverty, the Okas experienced a
summer of informative travel.
Perhaps most interesting was the
talc told them by a friend of theirs,
went on to meet the Chief Rabbi', a German refugee residing in Si-
enna. Eric Pitch, who had been
an attorney and journalist and who
subsequently became head of the
Joint Distribution Committee in
Rome. "There was a group of
Catholic peasants in Calabria," Oka
said, "who became entranced with
the precepts of Judaism, practiced
it as best they could according to
the Old Testament and who sud-
denly called on Pitch to help them
in their conversion. Today, these
new Jews constitute a vigorous
colony in Israel." y&
Judge Oka thought (orYa mo-
ment. "Strange," be-im, "the
things one learns While, traveling
It's like acquiring the knowledge
of a new symphony or ^fcbncerto.
One gains a vast number of images
and ideas. They .are the basic
wealth of the human soul ."
of Tangiers, where the Jews have
their own civil courts and 14 syna-
gogues, almost all of which are
Orthodox.
France was the Okas' next stop.
They left a Spanish people too
worn out to resist its future and
came into a wealthy land by con-
trast and one. Judge Oka said,
which is marked by much political
opinion. "But our main goal was
Italy, and we got to Venice as
quickly as possible. There we saw
the fundamental reason for Italian
Communism."
Judge Oka explained that this
Communism is less ideological than
a protest against the difference
between the cost of labor and the
selling price of manufactured ar-
ticles. "The average Italian," he
said, "knows little or nothing about
William Kappell, 31-year-old
piano virtuoso, died in a
plane crash last week. The
British airliner was only a
few minutes from San Fran-
cisco. An uncle, I Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson, lives at 124
11th Street. Miami Beach.
Mr. Kappell appeared here
last year in a performance of
the Third Piano Concerto by
Sergei Prokofiev with the
University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra under the
baton of John Bitter. He made
his official debut at the
Lewisohn Stadium, New
York, in 1942.
JWB Will Mark
Center Centennial
Continued from Page 1 A
will speak on the challenge of the
Centennial. A specially written
playlet, entitled A Gift For David
will also be presented.
The conference will close on
Monday, at 1 p.m., at the termina-
tion of the business session.
Following the conference, the
professional staff of t h e Jewish
community centers in the South
will participate in a professional
training institute. They will focus
attention on the subject of pro-
gramming for Jewish objectives in
the Jewish community center. Alex
Rosen, of New York, will conduct
the discussion. Efraim H. Gale,
executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
is program chairman of the in-
stitute, t
All sessions of the Conference
will be open to the public.
Cantata Featured
At Szotd Meeting
Mrs. Harold Melnick. president
of the Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah, will report on the na-
tional convention of Hadassah. held
in Washington, DC, last week,
which she attended as a delegate.
The report is slated for the No-
vember 9th meeting of the group,
1 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel.
Plans wilr*ne made for the cele-
bration of Henrietta Szold's birth-
day on December 14th.
Highlighting the program in ob-
servance of Jewish Book Month
will be a cantata. Bookprints Of
Civilization, presented by Mrs. Al-
fred Stone as narrator and Cantor
Aaron Weingarten, of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob. Olga Bibor Stern
will accompany at the piano.


11 s No. 1 sports fan, Louis Bandel, is shown with his
>nq friend, Al (Flip) Rosen, American League slugging
Pion. Bandel, former city commissioner and municipal
st ,'ud9e. was awarded a plaque by the Harvey Seeds
Je'v^'f out8,anding work with the American Legion's
world Series" held recently at the Miami Stadium.
Protest Against Hot
Plates In Hotels
Protests against the use of hot
plates in hotels, rooming houses,
apartment houses and other dwell-
ings, against city ordinances and
state regulations, was unanimously
voiced last night by over 300 mem-
bers of the Miami Beach Apart-
ment Association at a mass meeting
held at the Hibiscus Masonic Tem-
ple.
Members signed a petition call-
ing for "necessary steps to be tak-
en to stop all violations found and
to endorse compliance". "The pe-
titions," said Morris Gold, secre-
tary of the association, "will now
be forwarded to the proper author-
ities". Alfred A. Lesser, president
of the Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation, said "this is one of the
most enthusiastic meetings we
have ever had".
Guest speakers for the occasion
were Honorable D. Mack Humph-
rey, Florida State Hotel commis-
sioner, and Edmund Vischi, depu-
ty commissioner assigned to this
area.
Beach Center PTA To
Open Season Here
The Parent-Teacher Association
of the Miami Beach Jewish Center
will hold the first of its evening
gatherings for fathers and mothers
this season at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman on Wed-
nesday evening, November 11th, 8
p.m.
Highlighting the program. Rabbi
Lehrman will discuss the book, A
Treasury Of Jewish Folklore, in
honor of Jewish Book Month. Mu-
sical entertainment will be provid-
ed by accordionist Tommy Avolese.
PTA president, Mrs. Benjamin B.
Greene, will extend greetings.
Mrs. Lewis M. Escott, chairman,
is being assisted by the Mesdames
Henry Hillman, Harold Hirsch-
field. Samuel Lurie, Herman Mech-
lowitz and Henry Waitzkin.
Teachers' Seminar
Sets Fourth Session
Dr. Azriel Eisenberg. director of
the Jewish Education Committee,
New York City, will address the
fourth session of the Seminar for
Sunday School Teachers sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Dr. Eisenberg will discuss
teaching of the Biblical Writings
before some 100 Sunday School
teachers attending the seminar
series.
The Seminar will be held on
Monday, November 9th, 8:30 p.m.,
at the Beth David School Building,
26th Road and Coral Way.
Dr. Eisenberg will also address
the Hebrew school teachers of
Greater Miami on Saturday, No-
vember 7th. 8:15 p.m., at the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education Building.
The Hebrew Teachers Association
of Greater Miami will act as hosts
for the occasion.
On Thursday. November 12th.
Dr. Eisenberg will be guest speak-
er at a joint meeting of Education
Committees of all the Jewish
schools of Greater Miami at the
Bureau of Jewish Education Build-
ing at 8:30 p.m. Subject of his
talk, will be: New Developments
In Jewish Education In America.
Rabbi Harry Ettinger. of Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center, will
address the second session of the
Adult Institute of Jewish Studies
on Wednesday. November 11th, 9
p.m., at the Beth David School
Building. Rabbi Ettinger will dis-
cuss: Freedom Of Will.
Club No. 2 Names New
Officers At Installation
Mrs. Ida Powell was installed as
president of the Pioneer Women.
Club No. 2, during ceremonies held
last Saturday.
Other officers includes the Mes-
dames Esther Shedroff, vice presi-
dent; Rose Oitrov. financial and
corresponding secretary; Sarah
Malmuth, treasurer; Minnie Shu-
bov, recording and cultural secre-
tary.
The Mesdames Lena Mintzes,
Moetzet Hapoalot chairman; Rose
Marcus and Rose Katz, Child Res-
cue Fund chairmen; Ida Book-
span, JNF chairman; Pearl Gratz,
sunshine chairman; Sophie Krantz,
Ways and Means chairman; Ida
Myron. Israel Supply chairman;
Lena Mintzes and Ida Bookspan,
Israel Bond chairmen: Pauline Co-
sov, membership chairman; and
Esther Shedroff, publicity chair-
man.
Cruz Says Area
Needs Industries
Delio Cruz, local businessman
and candidate for city commission
and who recently was endorsed by
the Ladies Inter-
national Garment
Workers' Union,
told the press
this week that
the people of Mi-
ami have been
most receptive
to his platform
of bringing in-
dustries here.
"Industrializa -
tion is the ans- Delia Craz
wer to Miami's
future economy and is the by-word
of every man and woman who
knows that jobs and wages com-
parable to those of cities the size
of Miami must come soon, for the
tourist trade alone is not enough,'
Cruz said.
Business Manager of the only
bilingual newspaper in this area,
Cruz also appeared before the Ty-
pographical Union and stressed the
need of opening new markets in
Latin American countries for lo-
cal products.
Cruz, who speaks Spanish, has
travelled extensively through these
countries, a spokesman said, and
has represented the US Military
Government in Korea in the ca-
pacity of Advisor of Transporta-
tion where he controlled the oper-
ation and movement of bus com-
panies and street railways and al-
so allocated the gasoline, parts and
vehicles for a province of five mil-
lion people.


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Eban Rejects UN Report On Kibya;
Bennike Says Israelis Were Raiders
Continued from Page 1 A
harzardly separates many Arab
villages from their lands."
General Bennike said that to
-olve the problem of infiltration
the Israelis and the Arabs must
a-.;ree to high level talks between
senior military commanders or to
resort to force. "This second meth
od reflects impatience with the
Slow results of peaceful means and
a preference, instinctive or deliber-
ate, for the old law of talon; eye
lot eye. tooth for tooth." he said,
in such a frame of mind, respect
lor the provisions of the armistice
agreement forbidding the crossing
of the demarcation line appears
absurd, when such line is being
crossed by thieves in the night."
Discussing the Israel Syrian bor-
der situation, he said difficulties
exist primarily in connection with
the demilitarized zone and the
execution of a new canal project.
On the Israel-Egyptian border.
General Bennike said, tension is
due in part to the existence of the
infiltration problem in the Gaza
strip. There is very little tension
between Israel and Lebanon, he re-
ported.
There is. in Israel, an impa-
tience with the general armistice
agreements which is due to the fact
that they have not yet been re-
placed by final settlements," the
UN truce chief said.
Eban Challenges Bennike
General Bennike's report was
challenged by Israel Ambassador
Kban who told a press conference
that the statement by Israel Prem
ier David Ben-Gurion that civilians
v. ere responsible for the raid yras
accurate. "Any other version is in-
;ccurate." he stated. He added that
most of the Israeli border settlers
h3d military training a md were
Army reservists. "Most certainly
the border settlements are armed
the government has given the
civilians there arms." he declared.
The Israeli delegate said that
General Bennike had not accurate-
ly reflected the position in Israel
when he reported impatience with
the general armistice agreements.
He said Israel held the view that
the armistice agreements should
be replaced by final settlements.
When he was asked whether any
redrawing of the frontiers would
help the situation, he replied that
>uch would require agreement.
Mr. Eban charged that the Arab
states had started the second
round of the war against Israel, as
a form of guerrilla warfare. "Be
tween the 17th and 20th of Novem-
ber. 1952. the Syrian. Lebanese.
Jordanian and Egyptian represen-
tatives to the Mixed Armistice
Commissions met in Amman." he
said. "According to our informa-
tion among the decisions of this
conference were the following:
"1. The Arabs would seek to
limit the scope of
agreements with Israel and refuse
to see them as a transition to
peace; 2. The Arabs would refuse
to make new agreements supple-
mentary to the armistice agree-
ments or insure their smooth oper-
ations; 3. Border incidents would
be exploited in order to nullify the
armistice agreements; 4. Arab pol-
icy would be designed to reduce
the activities of the Mixed Armis-
tice Commission to a minimum."
The Amman agreement, Mr.
Eban said, launched the new round
of guerrilla warfare which had re-
sulted in so many Israeli citizens
being killed and wounded, and was
the reason for the Kibya reprisal.
Security Council consideration
oi the Palestine security situation
was deferred this week to sev-
eral members of the Council and
the Israel delegate submitted a se-
ries of questions to Gen. Bennike
on the report.
Sir Gladwyn J e b b of Britain
asked the truce chief to comment
on Israel Premier David Ben-
Gurion's categorical statement that
Jewish settlers, not Israeli Army
regulars, had carried out the raid
on Kibya and also asked what in
vestigations were made of the prior
incident in which a Jewish woman
and two small children were slaim
by Arab infiltrators
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Ameri
can delegate, asked a number of
questions about organization of in
filtration, damages suffered by Is
rael as a result of infiltration and.
as did the British and French dele-
gates, sought further information
on the workings of the truce super-
vision machinery. The Greek rep-
resentative asked whether General
Bennike would advise strengthen-
ing observer corps so that it could
play a preventive role.
Abba S. Eban. Israel delegate,
asked for information whether the
truce investigators had examined
arms held by the border settle-
ments to ascertain whether or not
they were of the same type used
by the Israel Army, the use of
which in the raid on Kibya was
taken as evidence that regular
Army units had participated in the
raid.
Beach Masada Picnic
Miami Beach Masada Young
Adult Zionist District will be hosts
at a picnic on Sunday. November
8th, at Greynolds Park. Cars will
leave the Miami Beach Jewish
Center Building "at 10:30 a.m. Re-
freshments, games and sports have
been planned. In charge of the af-
fair is Joan Cohen. She is being
assisted by Bev Sperling. Ira Jos
eph. Lillian Barris and Sam Sol-
dinger.
Famous Jews Discussed
Miami Beach Masada Young
Adult Zionist District will hold an
Oneg Shabbat on Friday night. 8:30 J
p.m., at the home of Sy Eichner,
1020 6th Street. Miss Aya Brick-
lin, former city director of the
Baltimore Zionist Youth Commis-
sion, will present a program on
the lives of famous Jewish men.
26 Million Dollars In Mutual Aid
Funds Are Ready For Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
the project until it reached agree
ment w ith Syria. The Security
Council accepted the Israel offei
"with satisfaction."
In announcing restoration of aid
to Israel. President Eisenhowei
said he had conferred with Secre
tary of State John Foster Dulles
and was delighted to learn that Is
rael had given approval to what
the President described as the
United Nations recommendations
on the water question.
Proposed $26,000,000
Mr. Dulles later announced he
had recommended to the President
that Israel receive a grant of ap-
proximately $26,000,000 for the
first six months of the current fis-
cal year. This, he said, was "the
amount which previously had been
tentatively earmarked^ for alloca-
tion to Israel under the Mutual Se-
curity Act of 19*3 in agreement
with Mr. (Harold) Stassen. director
of the Foreign Operations adminis-
tration."
The President said aid to Israel
was cut off under the policy laid
down by the United Nations. He
said that the US does not want to
prejudice any question before the
United Nations but attempts to
support it in everything.
Mr. Dulles said "definitive ac-
tion" in the matter of aid to Israel
had been deferred "because of dif-
ferences between the State of Is-
rael and the United Nations truce
supervision organization, relating
to a Jordan River water diversion
project. This work recently under-
taken by Israel is in part in the de-
Ben-Gurion Will
Retire This Month
Continued from Page 1 A
plies from the government parties
during the week in order to be
able to report to the President of
Israel his plans, as well as the com-
position of the reconstructed Cab-
inet, by next week-end. There is
much speculation as to who will
succeed him. It is reported, that
Lev! Eshkol. Finance Minister, is
favored by Mr. Ben Gurion as his
successor.
Premier Ben-Gurion's desire to
give up his office has been known
for some time. It has also been
known that his move is not moti-
vated by political considerations
but by a personal desire to devote
himself to other work.
. They reported that Secretary of
State Dulles is ready to withhold
American aid to Israel or the
Arabs the minute either acts to dis-
please the State Department. Is
rael. it was said, will get between
$52,000,000 and $56,000,000 during
this fiscal year. Last year"s total
was approximately $70,000,000.
Leaders Critical
The Administration's drastic ac-
tion in shutting down the aid pipe-
line to Israel, which shocked vir-
tually all sections of the American
Jewish community into protest, al-
most met with considerable crit-
icism within the ranks of the Ad-
ministration's supporters.
Representative Hugh Scott, of
Pennsylvania, former Republican
national chairman and a leader of
the Administration forces in Con-
gress, protested to Henry Cabot
Lodge. Jr.. head of the American
UN delegation, that the "action of
the State Department in cutting
off participation of Israel in eco-
nomic aid before the United Na-
tions Security Council had an op-
portunity to consider fhe entire
case greatly concerns many Amer-
icans."
Representative Scott told Mr.
Lodge that the American position
"should be based on fair play for
both sides particularly in view of
the long record of bipartisan sup-
port for the establishment of a
Jewish homeland in Palestine and
more recently for the State of Is-
rael." Mr. Lodge was urged to
have the Security Council "exhaus-
tively consider the entire matter of
Arab-Israel relations and use its
Canny Schedules
Miami Rallies
Hugh Canny.'businessman can-
didate for the city commission, has
lived in Miami for nearly 30 years
and has operated an automobile
tag agency at 6001 NW 7th Ave-
nue. His campaign headquarters
are there.
Canny was born in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania. A spokesman said
this week that he knows the prob-
lems of the working man, for he
labored in the mills of US Steel.
"From money he earned, he stud-
ied engineering two years at Car-
negie Tech." the spokesman said.
A Canny rally was held Monday
night at Mike's Wagon Wheel on
NW 36th Street, and several addi-
tional rallies are scheduled in var-
ious parts of the city.
Canny has been active and a
leader in a number of civic and
fraternal organizations. He is a
past exalted ruler of the Elks. He
is a member of the Miami Housing
Authority and an advocate of slum
clearance and low cost public hous-
ing. "I favor installation of park-
ing meters which will provide 12
minutes time for 1 cent," he said.
"I want downtown parking facili-
ties but not at the taxpayers ex-
pense."
With his wife. Kitty, whom he
married 25 years ago, and a son,
Hugh. Jr.. 23, the Cannys live at
3154 NW 19th Street. Hugh Can-
ny, Jr., is just back from a tour of
duty with the US Marines.
Kosher Butcher
Fined $500
Sam Braslawsky. Br*U,1
Kosher Meat Market, 847 vJJ
ington Avenue, was lined KM?*
day by Judge Lawrence Hoffmfn ,
in. Miami Beach cur, for 5 .3
non-kosher meat j.t his (s(abha'
ment and suspended $400 o[ ih.
fine. ""
Braslawsky was arrested by cil,
meat inspector Frank Brickman on
KCtkberf5,,h- f0"Wing a i
check of the market Defense
torney Allen King, some two weeks
before, appeared before JU(w
Charles Gertler and attempted to
prove that Braslawsky was an of.
ficer of a corporation and. as such.
could not be served with the arrea
papers.
In last Friday's session, Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, executive direc-
tor of the Beth Jacob Vaad Ha-'
kashruth. and Rabbi Isaac Ever ^
spiritual leader of Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute, told the court
that the meat impounded on Oc-
tober 5th was non-kosher. Wbea
King again insisted that Brickmu
could not serve Braslawsky per-
sonally because the defendant was
merely an officer of the corpora- ']
tion, Wilson Magee. assistant city
attorney, brought Jacob Schachter
before Judge Wilson.
Schachter, who is director of the
Jewish Variety Hour, told the
court that en October 4lh and 11th,
he had advertised Braslawsky1?
market over his WMBM Sunday
program and that Braslawsky had
paid him. Judge Wilson subse-
quently fined Braslawsky.
militarized zone between Israel and I f"H vovter and prestige to bring
Rabbi Landman
Speaks Wednesday
The Miami Beach Israel Zionist
District will meet on Wednesday,'!
November 11th. at the St. Moriuj
Hotel. Rabbi Max Landman. spiri-
tual leader of the Zamora Jewish^
Center, will be guest speaker.
He will discuss: Is There A Jew-^
ish Question Today?
Joseph Malek. Miami Beach it-|
torney and cantor of the Holly-
wood Jewish Center, will render |
the musical portion of the program
He will be accompanied by 01fl4
Bibor Stern. Fred Jonas, president
of the District, has called the meet-
ing for 8:30 p.m.
Syria.
He said in a statement that "yes-
terday in the United Nations, the
spokesman for the Government of
the armistice I Israel in response to a request
from the President of the Security
Council agreed that the work start-
ed by Israel in the demilitarized
zone would be suspended pending
urgent examination of the question
by the Council. The Security Coun-
cil thereupon by unanimous resolu-
tion took jurisdiction of the matter
and confirmed the suspension of
work on the project. The spokes-
man for the Government of Is-
rael also stated to the Council that
it was the policy of his government
that it would in the future cooper-
ate with the Council's efforts to
reach a solution taking account of
all legitimate interests.
"The policy of the United States
to support the UN truce supervi-
sion organization in this matter has
thus been realized and the impedi-
ment to the present grant of eco-
nomic aid to Israel has thus been
removed. Programs for economic
aid to other states in the Near
East are in an advanced state of
formulation, and it's expected that
some of them can shortly be an-
nounced." Mr. Dulles concluded.
Subsequently, US officials said
here that economic aid to Israel is
contingent on the state's good con-
duct and that this principle also
applies to the Arab states.
Officials said Israel should have
been sufficiently warned by the
temporary suspension of funds.
about permanent peace in the Mid-
dle East."
Colonel Harofd Riegelman, Re-
publican candidate in the New
York City mayoralty race, who
trekked to Washington to discuss
the aid suspension with Mr. Dul-
les before his Wednesday defeat,
was corrected by Israel Em-
bassy sources on elements of dis-
tortion and prejudgment of the is-
sue in a statement he issued after
his talk with the Secretary of
State.
These sources specifically refer-
red to the section in his remarks
in which Mr. Riegelman referred
to an alleged finding on Septem-
ber 23rd by General Vagn Bennike
"that the Upper Jordan dam and
irrigation project violated the Is-
rael-Syrian armistice."
It was also noted that Mr. Rie-
gelman's reference that the alleg-
ed violation would not interfere
with Point Four aid, but would
postpone additional aid, was vir-
tually meaningless because of the
very small amount of Point Four
aid and very large amount of mut-
ual security economic aid which
is involved.
Stein way Interviewed
Mrs. Marie Volpe's guest on Sat-
urday, November 7th. over Station
WKAT. 6:30 p.m.. will be Charles
E. Steinway. who is here for the
Centennial Celebration of Steinway
tc Sons. The subject will be the
history of the Steinway Piano.
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Assembly
It For November
LEVELANDThe 22nd annual
Lra| assembly of the Council
twish Federations and Welfare
ds will take place on November
through 22nd, at the Statler
here, it was announced this
by Julian Freeman, Indiana-
CJFWF president.
Legates of Jewish communities
Lghout the United States and
tda will gather for the three-
fassenibly to plan community
trams of service and action for
dealing with the most press-
[problems facing these cities,
he governing body for the Na-
Association of Central Jew-
Icommunity Organizations, the
fcmbly will chart the future
se of the Council's policies and
onsibilities.
Lmmunity leaders will seek
bods to reverse declines in fund
ng, build leadership in com
s, plan for philanthropic
\i overseas and adjust to shift-
[empbasis in local needs and
;raros. They will review current
ds in the relationship between
and national agencies and
Idirectinn in which the federa-
welfare funds and commu-
councils are headed,
ke Assembly this year will fea-
J the presentation, for the first
\ of the William J. Shroder
orial Awards for outstanding
eering contributions to local,
bnal, national or international
re. One award will be given
organization in a community
a Jewish population of 20,-
br more and a second to a com-
:y with a Jewish population
ss than 20,000.
dge Maurice Bernon, of Cleve-
is chairman of the Program
nittee. Members of the corn-
include Howard Kane, Mi-
| Beach, and Stanley C. Myers,
Gables.
>' Show Plans
>v#inlir Affair
sevehlh annual rjorh"^ fhow!
sored by the Miners ftssocia-J
of South Florida will display j
of a national air than ever
it opens November 22nd at
front Park auditorium, the
[> general manager, George S.
Miller, announced this week.
exposition, which runs for
I Bays, will feature equipment
materials designed especially
outh Florida homes by manu-
Jrers from New York to Cali-
and from Wisconsin to the
Miller revealed, in addition
many exhibits of local sup-
ourteen booths have been re-
bel by t h e Florida Power &
\ Co., alone," Miller said,
th Is indicative of the interest
shown by Greater Miami
&st leading supply companies
Manufacturers in the Greater
Hi home building industry al-
' have contracted for space to
W air conditioning and heat-
*quipment, electrical appli-
P. fabrics, paints and other
acts for the home.
kf-$50 is being offered
par by the BASF Home Show
jnrntee foMhe j^st decorated
ln ^.WPosition.
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Bernard H. Traaer, of Bridge-
port, Connecticut, was elect-
ed chairman of the National
Community Relations Advi-
sory Council by acclamation:
of 150 delegates of national
and local Jewish community
relations agencies attending
the eleventh Plenary Session
ot the NCRAC at the Hotel
Sherry in Chicago last week.
He succeeds Irving Kane.
Wise Hadassah
The regular meeting of the
Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadas-
sah will be held on Monday, No-
vember 9th. 12:30 p.m., at the
Monte Carlo Hotel. A film, This
Is The Hour, will be shown. Also
presented will be Israeli folk
dances by a group of young Ju-
daeans.
Luck Stresses Need Of
Adequate Medical Services
Morris Luck, candidate for the
city commission, speaking before
the Edison Center Lions Club this
week, stressed the need.for ade-
quate medical services to meet all
emergencies.
"In all too many cases," Luck
said, "the citizens of Miami, par-
ticularly those who have had no
previous, occasion ta^ve naedftd
medical services, have not been
able to find a doctor when the
emergency arose, and still others
who unexpectedly needed hospital-
izing were not admitted at the
moment because of lack of funds."
Luck stated that by working out
a feasible plan with the Dade
County Medical Association to have
doctors of all types on call and
having a central telephone number
that could be called for emergency
treatment would enable the peo-
ple to contact a physician at any
time.
"I also feel that it is the prime
duty of the city commissioners to
further Miami's growth and devel-
opment," Luck added. "By so do-
ing, we can bring light industry
to Miami of the type we want. This
will bring gainful employment to
our citizens."
Luck concluded his talk by stat-
ing that he was in favor of im-
mediate relief of the congested
shopping areas by the addition of
municipal off-street parking facili-
ties, providing police protection
for the outlying city areas, having
a city hall built on city-owned
property and giving immediate at-
tention to the sewage disposal
problem.
State Drops Charge
Against Miami Batcher
Harold Altman, a Miami butcher,
has been cleared of charges that
he sold horse meat at his estab-
lishment. Altman, who is propri-
etor of the Mogen Dovid Kosher
Meat Products of Florida, said this
week that a letter dated October
22nd from H. E. Carter, attorney
for the Florida State Department
of Agriculture, "clears me com-
pletely."
According to Altman. his estab-
lishment, at 1987 SW 8th Street,
is under the supervision of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth.
"1 am also the only retail butcher
in South Florida who is supervis-
ed by the State Livestock Board,
and this means daily inspection,"
he said.
He told The Jewish Floridian
that on September 29th, at 10 a.m.,
two women purchased meat ground
to- order at hk fltjjre., "Thay re-
turned about 15 mfHute^Iitet with'
Allan W. Neal, Florida meat in-
spector. Neal said it was a routine
check, "but about two weeks later,
I got a report from the Depart-
ment of Agriculture telling me that
I would be called up for a hearing
on the charge of selling horse meat
in a kosher establishment."
In a statement here, Altman
charged that the two women were
"a front to frame me. I sell kosher
meat retail at wholesale prices,"
he said, "and other local butchers
are bringing pressure to bear to
put me out of business."
The letter from Carter, which
came from Tallahassee, said that
Nathan Mayo, commissioner of Ag-
riculture, had advised to drop the
charge against Altman on the basis
of a report by Dr. J. J. Taylor,
State chemist. It also exonerated
Neal who "was an innocent party."
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, ex-
ecutive director of the Greater Mi-
ami Vaad Hakashruth, this week
told The Jewish Floridian that lo-
cal butchers "had threatened to
stop using Vaad plumbas (ed: a
small lead ring indicating the Rab-
binic approval of kashruth) if I
would not remove my endorsement
Mrs. Lehrman Dies
Word was received here Wednes-
day of the death of Mrs. Minnie
Lehrman. Mrs. Lehrman was the
mother of Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Rabbi and Mrs.
Lehrman flew Wednesday to Long
Island, New York, where services
are taking place.
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ZOA Board Hears Rabbi
Kirshblum Call For Members
The South Florida Coordinating
Board of the Zionist Organization
of America was host at a break-
fast Sunday morning at the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel. Principal
speaker was Rabbi Usher Kirsh-
blum, of Kew Gardens, New York,
national vice president of the ZOA
and a member of the World Zionist
Congress.
The Rabbi stressed "that today,
in the face of the current Israel
situation, our State Department is
paying special attention to the
numbers enrolled in Zionist organ-
izations in this country." He said
that assistance to Israel must take
the form of affiliation with the
Zionist movement.
Over 80 people attending, gave
the Rabbi personal pledges to en-
roll new members here.
Following the breakfast, presi-
dents of the seven districts in
South Florida met and discussed
the Israel Caravan which this year
will be headed by Hannah Zamir,
Israel opera star. The Caravan,
made up of top Israel entertainers
and dancers, will be presented in
Miami on November 17th. Sey-
mour. Liebman is chairman of the
ZOA .Coordinating Board. Morris
Simon and Sidney Sachs are co-
chairmen of the Caravan Commit-
tee.
Anshe Ernes Services
Congregation Anshe Ernes, 2601
SW 24th Avenue, will hold serv-
ices on Friday evening at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs, spiritual leader, will discuss:
What Price Birthright. At Shalos
Seudos, Rabbi I. M. Kagan will
preach on the Weekly Portion.
Blood Donations Urged
The Mobile Unit of the Dade
County Blood Bank will be at the
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
SW 17fh Street. Ufetfoah 4 and 7
p.m., on Thursday, November 12th.
"Everyone'*is ItaviteoVto donate
blood and may do so to whomever
they wish either for themselves,
a particular organization or the
Blood Bank Emergency Fund,"
said S. Pascal, chairman.
Mayors Proclaim Center
Day In Hialeah, Springs
In a ceremony this week, Hia-
leah Mayor Henry Milander and
Miami Springs Mayor W. C. Her-
rell proclaimed November 6th and
7th as Jewish Center Days in the
Hialeah-Miami Springs area.
The mayors called upon these
cities to set aside the two days for
stimulation of interest in the Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Com-
munity Center and for "pointing
up the part it plays in the area."
Rabbi Harry Ettinger, spiritual
leader, said that the proclamation
is a preview for a mortgage burn-
ing to take place at the Center on
November 22nd. A scale model of
the new building to be erected for
Center use will also be unveiled at
that time, Rabbi Ettinger said.
,, Present at the signing of the
prrrciapiation were Philip Begun.
Religious "Board. chairrnart of the
Hialeah -'Miami' Spring^ ',Jewish'
Community Center. Mrs. Sarah As-
kowitz, chairman of the Member-
ship Committee and Rabbi Etting-
er.
Persons Calls Traffic
"Source Of Irritation"
Scarcity of downtown narkinu
facilities and resulting traffic con-
gestion as one of the main sources
of public irritation became the sub-
ject of discussions this week by
Arthur C. Person, candidate for
the city commission.
The 39-year-old business execu-
tive departed temporarily from his
criticism of the city's financial pol-
icies to tell his listeners:
"One of the greatest if not the
greatest sources of irritation in
Miami today is the scarcity of
downtown parking at reasonable
rates.
"Now, the time has come when
the lack of decision no longer can
be tolerated. Traffic has assumed
such proportions that congestion
already is almost unbearable, even
during our summer season.
"This condition would appear to
be partly excusable if there were
no properties available for public
parking. But such is not the case.
Provision of adequate public park-
ing requires only action by the city
commission. I propose to see that
plenty of low cost parking is pro-
vided, if elected, and I propose to
see that it is provided at regular
parking meter rates."
BE HAPPY
VOTE LUCKY
Pull Lever 16-A Down
To PUSH MIAMI UP
"A BUHNCSSMAN (OK A
HUSMSS ADMINISTRATION"
Morris LUCK
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER
apt. Political Adv.)
WANTED
SOL (SALO) HOFFMAN, bora in
Peczenijen near Kolomea, Galicia,
Poland. His parents were Mathes
and Sarah Hoffman. He came to
the United States from Vienna,
Austria, between 1921 and 1926.
He is a barber by trade, a widower
and was last known to be residing
in Miami. Hoffman is being sought
by his cousin, FILIP BLUM, of
Nahlat Itzhak, Rech. Henrietta
Szold, Tel Aviv, Israel. Blum was
born March 1, 1894, in Gernauti,
Rumania, to Leon (Leib) and Pepi
Blum. He arrived in Israel on
February 1, 1951.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29626- B
RK: ESTATE 1 >F
PHILIP SCHMERTZI.ER.
I lereased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of PHILIP KCHMEK.TZI.KR
deceased; and that on the 3rd day of
December, 1951, I will apply to the
Honorable FRANK I! DOWI.INC,.
County Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, tor approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of PHILIP
KCHMERTZI.ER. deceased.
This 3rd day of November, IMS,
I.I I.I.IAN SCH.MERTZLER,
Administratrix
TI'RK & NEWMAN
by BULLY I. BEIt.MAN. Of Counsel
Attorney for Administratrix
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163861
GORDON ROItERT LAPAY, Plaintiff
vs.
HELEN AQNES LAPAT, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Til: Mrs. Cordon Robert I.aFay
71X East 12th Street
New York. New York
YOU are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
\w-r or Pleading to the Dill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys,
kE8SL.BR A- CAItS. ITvj YV. Flagler
.street. Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day. of
December, i.<:,:. if you fail to do to,
judgment by default will be taken
gainst \oii for the relief demanded
in the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall tie published oci>
each Week .for folU I oll.'e; utiyc. Wixks
ri hrr. .n-wistr Fi/miDiA* '"
,1.1 'OXE.-'A.VD ORDERED at Mi.inii,
Florida, this 2nd d.iy of November,
A. D.
E. P.. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Ilorida
Bj W.M. \Y. STI CKINC.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
It 6-13-20-S1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163531
MAI.I.IK LAN! '< >. Claim rf,
\ B,
CLAIRE I. VMM. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'I....."LA IRE I. ING1 I,
!;. Idi lice unkiiow n.
Tou, CLAIRE LANOO are I
notified that a BUI of Complaint for
i Hvorce h i- i" filed iga Insl you,
., nd you i ilred to serve a copy
..i your Answei oi Pli adlng to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, 823 Seybold
Building, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of
December, 19.13. If you fall to do SO,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of November,
AD. 19J3.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I>adc County. Florida.
Rv \VM. VY. STOCK I NO
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 163901
ARTHCR \V. MITCHELL, JR.
Plaintiff,
vs.
RCTH I'.. MITCHEI.T.. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RCTH E MITCHELL
IB Myrtle Street
Saratoga Springs. New York
Tou are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill Of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE U
KNIGHT, Esq., 1001 Securltj Build-
ing, Miami II, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th da> ot De-
cember 1951. if you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publlshe
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florid*, tins 8rd day of November,
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
l!v \VM. \Y. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric
11/6-13-20-27


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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1953
Florida Anti-Defamation League leaders meet in Tampa to
Han the annual Florida State ADL Conference which will be
held at the San Juan Hotel, Orlando, all day Sunday, Novem-
ber 15th. Shown axe (seated, left to right) Frank G. Kleinfeld,
of St. Petersburg, Florida State ADL chairman; and Mrs. Wil-
liam B. Wolfson, of Tampa, Women's ADL chuirman. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Gilbert J. Ealkin, of Miami. Florida ADL
director: and Edward I. Cutler, of Tampa, president of the
Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Israeli Delegation Emerges
With High Diplomacy
SEC. B
Florida ADL Slates
Annual Conference
The annual Florida State Anti-
Defamation League conference
will be held on Sunday, November
15th, at the San Juan Hotel, Or-
lando, it has been announced by
Frank G. Kleinfeld, of St. Peters-
burg, Florida State ADL chairman.
The all-day session will begin
at 9:30 a.m. and continue until 5.
A special luncheon session dedi-
cated to the 40th anniversary of
the Anti-Defamation League will
be held at the Angebilt Hotel, Or-
lando. Guest speaker at the lunch-
eon session will be George J. Tal-
ianoff. ADL National commissioner
and ADL chairman of District
Grand Lodge No. 5. Talianoff will
review the ADL's history in com-
bating bigotry and in strengthen-
ing democracy through the ad-
vancement of good human rela-
tions.
ADL representatives from com-
munities throughout the Slate are
expected to attend the all-day con-
ference.
The agenda will include reports
and discussions on subjects affect-
ing the status of democracy in
Florida, including sectarianism in
the public schools, discrimination
in civic clubs, resort discrimina-
tion, overt anti-Semitism and Unit-
ed States immigration policy.
Projects for advancing democrat-
ic group relations through commu-
nity educational programming will
be presented, Kleinfeld announced.
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jev:Hh Telegraphic Agency
UNITED NATIONSIt is to the j
1 credit of the Israeli delegation and !
its diplomatic savvy that Israel was j
able to emerge from the first few
days of the "Trial by Security
Council"' here with its head hieh
and its honor bright, if not a vic-
tory won. Ambassador Abba Eban's
announcement that work on the
Jordan Ttivor hydroelectric proj-
ect, which is the subject of a com- \
plain) by Syria, would be tempo- [
rarily suspended during the con-
sideration of the case here was
noted "w i tji satisfaction" in a
resolution adopted unanimously by
the Council.
That in itself, was an achieve-
ment, but the important fact is
that in doing this. Israel was not
giving away to any Arab or West-
ern pressure, that it was not even
making a conciliatory gesture to
soothe public opinion at a diffi-
cult time. The Israeli government
had made substantially the same
offer to General Vagn Bennike. the
head of the United Nations Truce
Supervision Organization in Pales-
tine, almost a month before and
had repeated It in writing on Oc-
tober 13th. but this offer had been
rejected because the UN official
insisted on an undertaking not to
resume work until an agreement
had been reached with Syria.
Naturally, the Israeli govern-
ment refused to agree to this; it
would have put a veto on the Jor-
dan River hydroelectric project in
the hands of Syria. In accepting
Ambassador Eban's offer of a tem-
porary suspension, the Security
Council, in a sense, was reversing
the ruling of General Bennike.
Thus. Israel could be said to have
won the first point in the argu-
ment over this case.
The diplomatic savvy of the Is-
raeli delegation was shown in the
*ay it handled it. Ambassador
Eban could have announced his
government's offer to do this, at
Jhe time the Pakistan delegate, Za-
fnillah Kahn, proposed that the
Security Council ask for a tempo-
r*ry suspension of work while it
wnsidered the matter, but he saw
Jfat some of the members of the
Council, particularly Sir Gladwyn
Jebb of the United Kingdom, were
taken aback by this manoeuvcr
coming as it did before the debate
on the issue had began. A diplo-
mat has to be fast thinking in the
conference chair, and Mr. Eban
decided to sit tight and even pro-
tested mildly at the proposal; then,
luck came his way. The Arabs
were insistent o n pressing this
point. They felt they had an ad-
vantage, and the Security Council
decided to meet again to discuss
the Pakistan proposal immediately
after General Bennike had read
his report on the Kibya incident
and other recent acts of violence in
Palestine.
Mr. Eban waited until after .Gen-
eral Bennike had spoken to make
his announcement, and he picked
the psychologically right moment
to do it. Although the report of the
head of the L'nited Nations Truce
Supervision Organization bore out
many of Israel's contentions, the
charge that a regular Israeli Army
unit carried out the Kibya raid was
obviously damaging. Mr. Eban's an-
nouncement, and the reasonable-
ness and goodwill that it implied,
coming immediately after the re-
port, helped to take away its sting.
The Israeli delegate did it with
such finesse that even the Arabs
had to congratulate him. Dr.
Charles Malik of the Lebanon said:
"We are approaching formal agree-
ment for which we should thank
the representative of Israel, Mr.
Eban, and congratulate him on his
initiative." And that is extraordi-
nary praise from an Arab. Fur-
thermore, this move, the timing
of which was so brilliant, has cre-
ated a constructive atmosphere for
the Security Council debate on the
Jordan River hydroelectric scheme.
Seven Lively Arts
Friends of the Seven Lively Arts
announce the first meeting of their
second year. Robert Draper, artist,
world traveler and lecturer, will
discuss: The So-called Avant-
Garde. Benjamin Q. Kelly, lin-
guist and semanticist, will also ap-
pear. Chaim Rose is chairman.
The meeting is slated for the
Palette Room of the Miami Beach
Community Center on Friday eve-
ning at 8:30 p.m.
Twelve of the guest speakers who will participate in the
sessions of the American Jewish Congress national biennial
convention at the Hotel Roosevelt, New York, on November
7th through 9th. Top row (left to right) are former President
Harry S. Truman, Dr. Israel Goldstein, Dr. Nahum Goldmann
and Maurice Samuel. Second row are Dr. Buell Gallagher, J.
R. V/iggins, Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein and Bishop G. Bromley
Oxnam. Third row ore Irving Kane, Louis Lipsky, Rabbi Jos-
eph H. Lookstein and Julian Freeman. Mr. Truman will be
presented with the Stephen S. Wise Award for Civil Rights
and address the convention's closing banquet.
Cerebral Tag Day Slated Kov. 91 h; Mrs. Rubin Is Chairman
Mrs. Rubin
Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami
Beach, made the firsf contribution
this week to the 1954 L'nited Cere-
bral Palsy Tag Day Fund, which
is officially pro-
claimed for Mon-;
day, Novemberi
9lh.
The Tag Da;
campaign will b<
headed by Mrs
Jerome Rubin, i'
was announcer
here by Mrs. El
Andron. pr e s i
dent of the Worn
en's Unit of the
local group. Mrs.
Rubin, a Miami Beach resident and
mother of two children, has played
a prominent part in local civic and
fraternal activities for the past ten
years.
She is an active member of the
Essie Elkman Charity Organization,
National Childrens Cardiac Home
and the ZBT Mothers Club.
Assisting Mrs. Rubin as co-chair-
men are Mrs. Nathan Glass, Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Milton Weintraub
and Mrs. Susan Harris, of Miami.
The Mayor dropped his gift into
a red coin box one of 5,000 be-
ing distributed throughout the city
by a corps of 2,000 women volun-
teer workers who will "man" the
area's public buildings and street
corners to solicit contributions in
behalf of the cause.
The Mayor asked full coopera-
tion from all schools, churches, civ-
ic associations, city employee--, mi
cial and fraternal groups and sci-
entific bodies to make a success,
of the city-wide canvass.
Among those present at the j
ceremony which took place at City j
Hall were Mrs Jerome Rubin. Tat;
Day chairman for Greater Miami; :
Mrs. Milton Weintraub. chairman
of Miami: Mrs. Susan Harris, chair-
man of the Negro Section of Mi-
ami; and Theme children for Unit-
ed Cerebral Palsy, Janice Gliddens,
age 4, and Johnny Venis. age 6.
Mayor Shapiro pointed out that
"contributions made by citizens of i
this community will be used to i
fight against this 'predictable crip-
pier' which every year si Ikes
10,000 babies born in the Unite*
State-." He added: "This fac' is
emphasized, bec a u : scie
study and research has shown th.if
cerebral palsy is no respecter of
persons. It vis not confined to the
young or the poor or the weak. It
can and does strike any 008
Of an; aye creed, color or econom-
ic status at any time in life. No
one is immune."
A kickoff rally to enroll volun-
teer workers was held Tuesday
night at the Hotel Algiers pool.
Highlight of the evening was a
fashion show.
Dade BPW Hears Talk
On Fashion, Design
Historical fashion and design
was the subject of the principal
address given by Mr. Ralph Moni,
fashion designer and artist, when
the Dade BPW met Wednesday at
the McAllister Hotel. Mrs. Virgin-
ia B. Kozazxki. art chairman, was
in charge of the program.
Moni, designer for Joan Abbott
on Lincoln Road, is president of
the Coral Gables Art League.
Formerly he was a designer for
movie stars, studios and Broadway
shows. For 25 years, he was in-
structor of historical and modern
dress design at the Academy of
Fine Arts. For eight years, he was
president of Fashion Art League of
America.
The business meeting, presided
over by President Juanita P. Lyn-
skey.
Mayor Harold Shapiro makes first contribution to the 1954
United Cerebral Palsy Tag Day Fund. The campaign will
open officially on November 9th.


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PAGE 3 B
>fugee Act Seen Inadequate; Does Not
leet Emergency Needs, Mrs. Engel Says
NEW YORKNot one immigrant
escapee has been admitted to
Ls country under the Refugee
lelief Act of 1953 which was
Xshed through Congress last Au-
bst, Mr. Irving M. Engel, of New
ork, president of the National
migrants and escapees ostensibly
to be permitted entry to this coun-
try in the next two and one-half
years will actually be admitted."
Mrs. Engel said only through a
major and forthright revision of
. the McCarran-Walter Act, and nar-
uncil of Jewish Women, asserted ...,.., u 'dr
n in a demand for new and far- Ocularly by substitution of fair and
aching reform of America's im- Just regulations to replace the Na-
tional Origins Quota system, could
gralion code.
[In an address during the annual
eting of the Council's National
pard of Directors here, Mrs. En-
\\ said the record to date ought
be convincing evidence to Con-
ess that the "so-called emergen-
legislation has not met the
hergency at all" and at best
buld be only fractionally effec-
"Not only has the government
liled under this Refugee Relief
to issue a single visa to a refu-
_ since the act was passed," she
Id, "but unless the law is chang-
1, it can now be definitely pre-
^tcd that because of the many
itrictions with which it is hedg-
not even half of the 214,000 im-
America live up to her traditional
role of providing asylum and ex-
tending the right of citizenship to
seekers of freedom from oppressed
lands.
"We hope that the demonstrated
failure of the improperly describ-
ed 'emergency relief legislation
will induce Congress to change the
announced intent of some of its
leaders to let this enactment stand
unamended through the two-and-
one half year period," Mrs. Engel
said. "The situation calls for a new
timetablein other words, action
now."
Mrs. Irving M. Engel
Star Chapter Slates
Fall Frolics Dance
Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
Women, will hold a Fall Frolics
dance on Sunday night, November
8th, 9 p.m., at the Nautilus Hotel,
it has been announced by Miss
Lorraine Albert, president.
There will be dancing and enter-
tainment provided by the Nautilus
Hotel. "This is a fund raising af-
fair, and funds will be used for
B'nai B'rith projects," Miss Albert
said.
Miss Dorothy Balber is in charge
of mass mailing announcing the
dance. Hostesses will be Miss Al-
bert and the Misses Dorothy Bal-
ber, Doris Gershon, Barbara
, Greene, Frances Grosswald, Myra
! Haas, Sheila Kaplan, Doris Klein,
j Anita Miller, Phyllis Roskin, Alice
| Selleck, Leah Shmueli, Rhoda
I Stern, Mrs. Ella May Grossman and
Miss Selma Witte.
Mesdames Lilly Stone, Minna Barkan, Fay Koch, Shirley
Gross and Minna Yulish participated in a skit Thursday pre-
sented by Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women. Not shown is
Charlotte Shalome.
Tamara Chapter
Features Skit
A membership party Thursday
evening was the highlight of a
meeting held by Tamara Chapter,
Mizrachi Women. Chairman was
Mrs. Lillian Herman assisted by
the Mesdames Betty Turk, Frances
Makovsky and Gertrude Levy.
A skit, A Ream Of Paper, was
presented under the direction of
Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mrs. Alex-
ander Gross. Participating were
the Mesdames Lilly Stone, Minna
Barkan, Fay Koch, Shirley Gross,
Minna Yulish and Charlotte Sha-
lome.
Musical presentations included
Miss Stella Andre, with Mrs. Gross
accompanying. Guest speaker was
Mrs. Abraham Cassel.
Physicians' Wives Club
Slates Membership Tea
Mrs. Theodore Struhl, of 44 Star
Island, Miami Beach, will open her
home to the Physicians' Wives
Club of Greater Miami for its an-
nual membership tea on Tuesday,
November 10th, from 1 until 3 p.m.
All new physicians' wives are in-
vited to attend, Mrs. Struhl said.
Mrs. Julian Rickles, president,
will receive the guests. Mrs. Saul
Kaplan, hospitality chairman, will
be assisted by the Mesdames Dav-
id Epstein, Michael Gilbert, Allan
Michelson and William Wickman.
Lear School Children
Name Officers
The Junior and Senior High
School sections of the Lear School
on Miami Beach recently held their
first General Organization meet-
ing and elected the following offi-
cers:
President, Barbara Gale; vice
president, Sanford Borinsky; secre-
tary, Gail Heller; and treasurer,
Joan Adler.
Next monthly meeting of the
group will be a barbecue and swim
party. Using the theme of United
Nations, the students are also plan-
ning their first General Assembly
of the current school year.


I WANT MY MILK
JWV Auxiliary Lunch
A benefit card party will be held
by the Ladies Auxiliary, West Mi-
ami Post No. 223, Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States, on
Wednesday evening, November
11th, 8 p.m., at HasSen's Restaur-
ant, 3727 SW 8th Street.
Morris Buys $75,000
JNF Wood In Israel
Jacob H. Morris, veteran Zionist
of Newark, New Jersey, and cur-
rently of Miami Beach, where he is
an active member of the Jewish
| National Fund Council, has com-
pleted payment of $75,000, for the
establishment of a wood in Israel
I to be known as the Jacob H. Mor-
ris & Sons Wood on the soil of the
JNF. Mr. Morris has been identi-
fied with Zionism and the Jewish
National Fund endeavor for half a
century.
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:ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Ljll hold Friday evening services
(at 5:3 Pm- conducted by Ara-
Lam Goldstein. Late services are at
L-30 P >-. with Rbbi Alfred Wax-
Iman officiating and assisted by the
Iccnter Choir. Armistice Day will
form the theme for the service will
|,e attended by the West Miami
Jewish War Veterans Post and the
Ladies' Auxiliary. The Oneg Shab-
bat following will be sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goldstein.
Saturday morning services are at 9
b.m. junior services will be at 11
i!m., conducted by Rabbi Waxman.
tiincha is slated for 5:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Maariv.
*
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION
uill hold Friday evening services
it 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning
crvices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rab-
i Joseph Rackovsky will officiate
and discuss: Secular And Religious
Education. At 4 p.m., the Rabbi
will preach on the Weekly Por-
(ion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and Maa-
riv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
|nd 5 p.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL and
bongregation will hold Friday eve-
king services at 5:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
|.m. Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ouis Baida. will become Bar Mitz-
Fah. Rabbi Simon April will affi-
liate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer
tendering the musical portions of
he liturgy. A class in Mishna is
cheduled for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will
je at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos
loncluding the Sabbath observ-
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
bold Friday evening services at
1:15 p.m., with Dr. Joseph Narot
Ifficiating. The Rabbi's sermon will
leal with the theme of religion in
imerican life. Cantor Jacob Born-
itcin will render the musical por-
|ons of the liturgy.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
(>ill hold Friday evening services
5 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
es arc at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Aaron
Teingartpn will chant the liturgy,
frith Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offi-
Kating and discussing: A Man's
pirthright. Junior services are
cheduled for 9 a.m., under the di-
ction of Benjamin Kaminetzky.
ddusk will be served by the Sis-
erhood. with Mrs. Aaron Weingar-
en and Mrs. Abraham Bergman as
hostesses. Mincha is at 5 p.m., fol-
Dwed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
descheloff will discuss the Week-
ly Portion. Daily services are at
f:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
Mng services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m., with
Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and ;
discussing: There Ariseth In Dark-
ness A Light For The Upright.
Kiddush in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Hertz Weiss will follow. Mincha is
at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv.
Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and
5:30 p.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
will officiate at Sabbath services
and deliver the sermon. Mincha
services are at 5 p.m. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
held at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.,
with Sunday morning services at 8
a.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate and discuss: The Yahrzeit
Of An Immortal. Saturday morning
services are at 10:45 a.m., when the
Bar Mitzvah of Herbert Allan To-
bin, son of Ben Tobin and Jeanette
Tobin Cameron, will take place.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating and discussing:
The Life Of Martin Luther. Satur-
day morning services will include
the blessing for the New Moon of
Kislev. Cantor Irving Robinson will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Al Capp will present the
sermonette at 11 a.m. Stephen
Shimm will direct the Torah read-
ings. Mrs. Sam Barish will con-
duct the Kiddush of Sanctification
following.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:30 p.m., following the 5
p.m. Kabbalath Sabbath observ-
ance. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate and discuss: Wanted
Soul Power. A special tribute to
the memory of the late Jack A.
Ablin will be offered in observance
of the first anniversary of his
death. Cantor Philip H. Brummer
will chant the service assisted by
the Center Choir. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Lehrman will preach on the Week-
ly Portion. The Bar Mitzvah of
Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules P.
Channing will take place during
the service. Daily services are in
the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Late services will be at 8:15
p.m., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky
officiating and preaching on the
subject: Israel Among The Na-
tions. The Oneg Shabbat following
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will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Golin. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Malavsky will officiate and discuss
the Weekly Portion. Mincha is
slated for 5:15 p.m., and will be
followed by Shalos Seudos.

MONTICELLO PARK will hold
Friday evening services art:30 and
8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Boris Rac
kovsky officiating and discussing:
Peculiar Bargains. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m. Oneg
Shabbat will follow the late Friday
evening service.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Louis A. Cassel officiating
and discussing: That They May
Live. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Marshall L. Glantz,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glantz.
will become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush
under the auspices of tfie Bar Mitz-
vah's parents will follow.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmar-
yahu Swirsky will officiate and dis-
cuss: Peace Piece By Piece. A
class in Talmud is scheduled for 4
p.m., and will be conducted by the
Rabbi. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed
by Shalos Seudos. Junior services
are Saturday morning at 10 a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold early Friday eve-
ning services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel and Can-
tor Abraham Seif will officiate. At
4:15 p.m., Rabbi Cassel will con-
duct an adult Bible class. Evening
services are at 5:15 p.m., followed
by Sabbath Social Hour. Daily serv-
ices are at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
*
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. The service will open
Rabbi Max Shapiro's 22nd series of
late observances. Cantor Maurice
Mamches and the Center Choir will
assist Rabbi Shapiro. Subject of his
sermon is scheduled as: Work With
Us For Peace. Floral offerings will
be by the Badanes family in mem-
ory of their mother. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be by Dr.
and Mrs. Harold G. Kaufman in
honor of 13th wedding anniversary.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m., when Rabbi Shapiro will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
P'm- ., iHU

TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday
evening se:*vices at 8:30 p.m. The
service will be dedicated to the
Bar Mitzvah of Barry Rosenthal,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rosen-
thai. Kiddusn will he recited by
the Bar Mitzvah. The Rosenthals
will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing. Rabbi David Shapiro will
officiate. Subject of his sermon is
scheduled as: The Birthright.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah will
take place. Daily services are at 9
a.m.
:
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will i
hold services Friday at 8:15 p.m., |
with Rabbi Max M. Landman offi-
ciating, and assisted by Cantor
David Bagley and the mixed choir.
The Rabbi will speak on: What's
In A Dream. An Oneg Shabbat will
follow.
Services will begin at 9 a.m.,
Saturday. The topic of Rabbi Land-1
man's sermon will be: The Clash
Between Jacob And Esau. Junior
services are at 11 a.m., in the Ma-
loff Room. Mincha is scheduled for
5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos
and Maariv.
The Rabbi has announced a new!
scheduled for the Study Group
which he will conduct on Thurs-
day. The morning session will be
from 10 to 11 a.m. Afternoon ses-
sions are from 1 to 2:30 p.m., with
evening hours slated for 8 to 9:30
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[hesf Leaders
live $340,534
[t Gifts Dinner
Vith a record $340,534 in pledg-
ee 1954 Community Chest
.npaign got off to a rousing start
today night in its quest for $1,-
h ood The sum was the largest
Count ever raised at a single
feting.
Community leaders here met in
Biscayne Terrace Hotel and
pked up t"e Chest's need for
[id* t" Hipport 22 agencies and
. USo.
Hosts at the dinner were Leonard
Abess and Baron de Hirsch
pver, who absorbed the cost of ar-
ngement=. Dr. Kurt Peiser, di-
rtor of the Food Fair Founda-
ji and chairman of the Commu-
ly Che.st drive on Miami Beach,
Id the assembled leaders of cur-
jii local and national needs.
Kvilh the initial gifts meeting
t of the way, regular commit-
?s of Community Chest volun-
^rs will prepare now to start the
npaign proper. Plans for public
ployee participation were made
jtBeeting of county commission-
lind Division captains Monday.
(goal in that division is $87,225
tared with last year's $61,132.
chairmen are Commissioner I.
ipjacVicar and Circuit Court
rk E. B. Lcatherman.
he sum gathered at the initial
i-mecting compares with $248,-
Ifor 1051 and $294,595 for 1952.
Obituaries
ELI L. BERNARD
. of 899") Collins Aw., Miami Fkrach.
died October 28th at hla home. He
He csune from Chicago seven yearn
O where he whs a memlr of the
Covenant Club. An apartment nouae
owner, he purrhaaeil the HnleUh Ho-
tel In 1961. Surviving are hla wife,
Anna; two daughters, Mrs. Judith
Audrey, of Miami lieai-h, anil Mr*.
Natalie Newberaer, of Chicago; a ODD,
Donald, and a brother, Charles D.
Bermiril, both of Miami Beach. Serv-
ice* were held In KlveraMJa Memorial
Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. FANNY MEHLMAN
74, of 2IS Meridian A\>, Miami lleach,'
died October listh. She came here 10
yeara ago from Brooklyn, N.Y. She
leave* her hu*band, Abraham; a
(laughter, Ml*. I'aullne L,. Cohen, of
Miami; and three sons, Maurice, Hy-
man ami Mac, all 'if .New York, lluruil
took place In Brooklyn, with local ar-
rangement* by Rlveialde Memorial
Chapel, Miami Beach.
MRS. BELLE tuUNGELSON
77. of 327 Mlehigan Ave.. Miami
Baac-h. died October 29th. She had
ovine from liuvw, N.J., It yearn ago.
Sinviving are her husband. Max, .Mi-
ami Beach, and three abns. Irving,
William and UarrlsuH.Mll of New Jer-
sey. Services and burial took .place
In Dover, with BlVrr.-lilr FMeral
Home, Miami Beach, In charge
cal arrangements.
,pute.
uiientl !
of lo-
DAVIO KRIPPLE
0, of 321 SW 9th Ave.. died Sunday.
He came here 13 year* ago from Mont-
clalr, N.J., and is aurvlved by hut
wlie, l-ee; a son. Murray I,. Krell.
Miami; a daughter. Mrs. Harriet Mey-
er, Jacksonville; a brother. Morris, of
Miami Beach, and a sister. Services
were held Tuesday in Uordon's Miami
Chapel, with burial In Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
fast p. Tost Day
i Xovomber 12
Louis Krensky. chairman of
Council of Jewish Women's
ste and Test Day, this week an-
unced further plans for the com-
kition to be held on November
|h. 1 p.m., at Temple Beth Shol-
rnuncil members will submit
fir favorite recipes, to be judged
the following food experts:
ss Ruth Eaton, Home Economics
partment. University of Miami;
^s Helen Ruth. WTVJ: Miss Mary
urn, Miami Daily News; Mrs.
k Graiw Sto:
Mrs. Peymo'
David Roth, Division chair-
rn said that admission fee will
$1.30.
ISAAC S. BRUSH
67, of 751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
died Saturday. Services were held in
Hlverslde Chapel, Miami Beach. Bur-
ial tollowed in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
A retired salesman of men's wear, he
came here 1.", years ago from New
York. He was a member of the Ma-
sonic and Klks kidges at Miami Beach.
Survivors Include his wife. Irene, .(
Miami Beach, and a son, Arthur, of
.Wisconsin.
Casablanca Players Open Season
November 12; Feature Odets Drama
Following a ten-week "vacation". duction of the group to incorpor-
due to extensive alterations in the' ate the talents of producer-direc-
Morocco Room, Sam Hirsch will | tor Hirsch as leading man. Hirsch's
open bis Fall Festival of hits at i first acting assignment with his
the Casablanca Hotel on November Casablanca Players will be to por-
12th. The initial offering in his tray Frank Elgin, an actor strug,
repertoire will be Clifford Odets' gling to make a comeback in the
face of alcoholism.
Barbara Sohmers will be cast as
his wife, with Bill Brannum assum-
ing the role of the young director.
Other members of the Players who
are scheduled for performances
and who were seen during the
Players' Summer Theater stand
are Yvonne Clifford as the ingenue,
Nick Ryder as the stage manager
and Eric Applewhite as a pro-
ducer.
Sets and lights will be handled
by Hirsch's new designer-techni-
cian, Al Brenner.
The Country Girl will run night-
ly for nine performances, closing
Sunday evening, November 22nd.
The Players will follow with Gigi,
November 24ft through 29th, The
Lady's Not For Burning, December
1st through 8th, The Three-Toed
Pony, December 8th through 13th,
and The Shrike, December 15th
through 20th.
Tickets for all performances are
on sale at the Casablanca Hotel box
office. Season subscriptions are
available at reduced rates.
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LOUIS VIODEN
62. of 1443 Weat Ave.. Miami lleach.
died Saturday. Funeral sei vices and
burial took place at Kingston, N.V.,
with Beach Memorial Funeral Home
in charge of local arrangements. Mr.
Vigden, a retired furrier, came to Mi-
ami a few month ago. He leave* two
daughters, Harriet and Eleanor Vig-
den, both of Miami.
Sam Hirsch
drama. The Country Girl, which
starred Paul Kelly and Uta Hagen
during its Broadway run.
Playing at the Casablanca Ho-
tel's newly renovated Club Moroc-
co, opening night will inaugurate
the hotel's unique elevator stage
which permits audience viewing on
three sides.
The play, which had its road
premiere in Hollywood, Florida,
last month, will be the first pro-
Louise Chapter Affair
The Louise Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress will
hold a Fall Festival desert lunch-
eon and card party on November
p.m.,
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MRS. REBECCA FELDMAN
68, of 7J8 NVV 2nd St., died Sunday.
Service* and burial took place In Chi-
cago, with Cordon Funeral Home In ,
charge of local arrangements Mrs. | 10th, 1 p.m., at the Monte Carlo
leidman .amc to Miami.from chi- Hotel. Hostesses in charge of hos-
cago'10 years ago. She leaves a daugh- ... .,__ f _.
tec. mis. Fst.ier Fink, of Chicago. | pitality are Mrs. Joseph Singer,
Mrs. Willie Hollander and Mr^|
Morrfs R. Goldberg.
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cami .
ago. He is survived by a son. Obert,
and a brother, BofeMMMt, both of Mi-
ami Ueach. and five daughter- Serv-
ices and burial took place In Hrcoktyn
with Riverside Memorial Chapel. Mi-
ami Beach, in charge of local arrange-
ment*. ,.
CHARLES HIRSH
75. of 4936 8\V 4th St., died Monday.
Mr. Hirsh came here five year* ago
from Philadelphia. Fa. Surviving Is
a eon, Ervln. of Chicago. Service*
were held In Cordon Funeral Home.
Uurlal was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
North Dade Will Add
New School Wing
A school wing, sponsored by Mrs.
Anne Popiel, will be added to the
North Dade Jewish Center Build-
ing, it was announced this week by
Murray R. Apfelbaum, president.
Groundbreaking ceYemonies will
take place on Sunday, November
8th, at 11:45 a.m. Rabbi Henry
Okolica, spiritual leader, said that
the wing will be named in memory
of Mrs. Popiel's sons, Henry and
; Maurice, and her husband, Mr. Max
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Seeds Post will Sfmsm Frumkes To Open
Miami Gtizhip PrefrM LaW office Here
Ouzensh.pniCre-.r^^iU g Fnmik^ Mijmi
beccroe a year-round, large-scale' ~i,i
pro;ct of the Harwy W Seed, **~ **"** orar m1
Port of the Amertea. Legion, it **"*** ~* 1 <* "*
was t-' today by E. Albert ida. trill open his lav offices at
attorney and crrie leader One Lincoln Road Building for the
Pallet was chairman of Miami's general practice of lav He was
recer.t ceremonies for national formerly associated vith the firm
Citizenship Day and nov is the 0f Broad and Cassel.
Mfl recently-appointed director During the 1863 session of the
for citizenship training. The ap- Florida Legislature. Frumkes serv-
-ment is part of the post's,d as tilnlia Africanism piugr Senator Wallace E Sturgts. form
Tint steps be vill take, said < er presideat of the Florida Senate.
I- will be enlarge the list- mat Bi. aMannnj ft* HM Senate
ing of all nev voters. Although Constitutional Amendments Com-
*nhip Day ceremonies luve nutt For his services during the
always stressed naturalised citi 1953 km, of the legislature, be
rens. emphasis vill be expanded received a commendation from the
to include all nev young voters Florida House of Representatives
reax ;ng the age of 21 by way of a special resolution.
t also has lined up a Speak : 'a Miami Beach resident for 20
ers' Bureau for county-vide citi- years. Frumkes was graduated
programs and closer liai-. from Miami Beach Senior High
son with the IS Immigration De School He holds a Bachelor of
part-rent, the Federal Court and, Science degree in Business Admin .
p?tr otic committees of other or- istratioa won a major in account- [
.auons. "Greater Miami an- ing from the University of Florida I
nua::y velcomes over 1.000 men. He received the LLB degree with
vrtji and children as naturalized honors from the same university.
crtuens. When they are vom in. While at the University of Flor-1
they hear an address in Federal ida. he vas a member of the hon- j
Court on their responsibilities and orary leadership fraternity Florida
privileges by speakers chosen for Blue Key. Phi Alpha Delta honor-j
the occasion." Pallot said ary law fraternity and Pi Lambda 1
Pa.Mot was named also to serve pn"i social fraternity He was elect-!
as the Harvey W Seeds Post repre ed to Hall of Fame for his service
ive at the Attorney General s t0 the I'niversity
. conference on citizenship He is a First Lieutenant in the j
takirg place next year. Air Force Reserve. Judge Advo- j
Miami's Harvey W Seed< Post Cate General's Department, and is:
reportedly ranks as the fourth lar- a member of the Miami Beach |
Legion post in the nati jxj.nt oia membership This new the Masons. Frumkes is a member
. is believed to be the first of the Miami Beach and Florida
undertaken in the cnuntry for Bar As-sociations and heads a Corn-
planned, day-bv day attention aim- mittee in the Junior Bar Section
el at strengthening community of the Florida Bar.
pies. He is the son of Mrs. Irving
------------------------------ Frumkes 1260 Lenox Avenue, Mi-
Menorah Games Party ami Beach
mi Beach Chapter. B'nai ^^ ~ _
B*i th Women, will hold their Dr. Marquit Addresses
weekly Menorah names party at Workshop Seminar
the Empress Hotel on Wednesday.
-nber Uth. 12 30 p.m. Mrs
TODAY. N0>
Lontoif Will Adores. Women Voters
Representative William C. Lan-
Uff will be guest sneaker at a gen-
eral meeting of the League of
Women Voters of Miami Beach on
Friday. 10 a.m., at tne Promenade
Hotel.
His topic will be the economic
picture in Washington today. Rep-
resentative Lantaff will answer
questions following his talk.
UflO**]
Mn. Norman BAH. ^
the League, this week
members,o be presentsoZ
can become "inform^
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C0,rTo* >n January."
Arenson Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Boss
Arenson. formerly of 3300 NW
14th Terrace, will take place Sun-
day. November 8th. 2:30 p.m.. at
Ml. Nebo Cemetery- with Rabbi S.
T. Svirsky officiating. Mrs. Aren-
son is survived by three daugh-
ters: Florence Steinberg and Lena
Cohen, both of Miami, and Celia
Bernstein, of Chicago: also a son.
Ben Arenson. of Chicago: and a
sister, Jennie Snyder. of Los An-
geles. California: and seven grand-
children.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
RELIEVES PAIN OF
HEADACHE NEURALGIA
NEURITIS
- Isaacs in in charge.
Scqtu*>ls Unveiling
''! abdication of a monument to
the %
Dr. Syvil Marquit. psychologist
and Fellow of the American Psy-
chological Association, conducted
a seminar on the teachers' role in
the development of the character
and personality of th* grade
**hor> of the late Hannah school child, at a Hebrew Academy
Sar-jels. formerh of 1820 SW 14th Faculty Workshop Thursday.
MX will be held Sunday. No- The seminar was held at the
vember 8th. 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo home of Mrs Shushannah Spector
Cemetery. with Rabbi Joseph R. I Greenberg, 327 Santander Avenue.
Nart officiating Mrs Samuels is j Coral Gables. Rabbi Alexander S.
-d by her husband. Max. a 1 Cross, principal of the Academy,
daughter. Mrs. Gertrude Wolfe, of said that this was the first in a
M i, one brother, three sisters j series of monthly workshops sebed-
and two grandchildren Mrs. Sam- ', uled by the school's Administra-
uela was a member of Temple Is- tive Department,
rael. National Children's Cardiac | Representing the Hebrew De-
HosnstaL Order of the Eastern j partment in these discussions will
Star. Council of Jewish Women and be Rabbi Morris Horovitz. Harry
Hadansah. Perach and Saul Porush. English
Arrangements are in charge of Department faculty members par-
Pa.'rr.er s Miami Monument Com ticipating will be Alfred Cosman.
pany. Friends and relatives are Malcom Furman and Mrs Gertrude
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PAGE 9B
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By BORIS SMOLAR
[jtwith Tolosraphlc Aotney
ISRAEL SCENE:
low that Secretary of State John
jter Dulles has reversed his de-
on on withholding American
incial aid from Israel, it can be
that the suspension of such
[ would have been a serious but
a devastating blow to Israel's
Bomy. Had Dulles' decision to
end aid to Israel occurred a
ago, Israel's entire economy
|d have been virtually knocked
This year, however, German
rations plus contributions
American Jewry would have
^iderably softened the blow.
years ago, most of the $63,-
received by Israel in Amer-
economic aid was used for
el and food. The bread eaten by
elis, the fuel to bake it and
I trucks to deliver it were at
[ time paid for mostly by Amer-
aid. Milk powder to supple-
It Israel's scanty milk produc-
sugar and most of the oil
by Israeli housewives could
[have been imported without
krican grant-in-aid then. How-
\. now Israel's diet does not de-
so greatly on American as-
|nce. Food and fodder imports
up about $42,000,000 of Amer-
aid in 1951-52. This sum was
Jced a year ago to $28,000,000
[a further reduction to $12.-
was planned for 1953-54.
ease of dependence for basic
and fodder on American aid
Iduo mainly to successful agri-
lira! development carried out
[man Is Honorary
re Chief Here
a surprise ceremony last
k, Chief Newton L. Wheeler, of
Miami Fire Department nam-
~i. H Hyman Honorary Fire
' and presented him with a
and fireman's helmet, in
Niton of hJ.work- as gejiafel
inn for Fire Prevention
October 4th through 10th.
heeler called the program,
ned and carried out by Hy-
director of Community De-
pment for Florida Power &
Company, "the most com-
ensive. well-rounded fire pre-
lon week program the Miami
I has ever produced."
Igroup of 36 Miami Fire Col-
Istudents witnessed the presen-
7> during luncheon at the El
pdoro Hotel midway in an all-
lour of Florida Power & Light
facilities.
keeping with the safety.
|e, the students saw a demon-
on and display of the latest
| safety equipment and devices
]oy FPL employees.
man was greeted on arrival by
wa McCirrick, chosen by the
m Junior Chamber of Com-
p as Miss Flame. She reigned
lit; the week and participated
lumerous fire prevention pro-
citing Hyman. Chief wheeler
r" that the fire department
iPreparing a scrapbook of clip-
is and other data which will be
to national headquarters to
Pete for annual awards.
[the afternoon, the fire college
pnts resumed the tour, observ-
Power-producing turbine gener-
;at Wo""k and hearing explana-
l of the efficient operation of
[equipment at FPL's Miami
*r Plant.
during the last two years. The sus-
pension of American aid would,
however, have affected Israel's ex-
pansion of irrigation and industry,
and would have caused increased
unemployment in the country. On
the whole, it was assumed that Is-
rael could look forward to about
five continuous years of American
aid. Of these, two have now passed.

THE AMERICAN SCENEi
I will not be surprised if Secre-
tary Dullesdespite his shaking a
big stick at Israelwill be one of
the speakers at the forthcoming
American Zionist Assembly which
is to take place In New York
early next month. He may be one
of the leading Americans invited
to address the gathering, and the
possibility is not excluded that he
may accept the invitation. As a re-
sult of the lesson learned by
American Zionist*: from Secretary
Dulles' pressure on Israel, greater
interest is now developing for the
Zionists Assembly. Leaders of the
American Zionist movement have
come to the conclusion that a split
Zionist front in this country is no
asset to Israel's interests. And the
Zionist Assemblythe first gather-
ing of all Zionist groups in the
United Statesmay pave the way
for the eventual establishment of
an American Zionist Federation,
representing all Zionist groups.
The ZOA and the Hadassah con-
tinue to oppose the idea of the cre-
ation of a Federation, and they will
have the largest delegations at the
forthcoming Assembly. Prepara-
tions for Assembly are now being
completed, and the agenda is be-
ing worked out. Altogether there
will be about 490 delegates at the
Assembly.
*
JEWISH ATMOSPHERE:
American-born Jews, no less
than those who immigrated to this
country in their youth, will greatly
enjoy reading Cowboy On a Wood-
en Horse, published this week by
Memillan. The author, Yuri Suhl,
I is a Jew who came from Poland to
| the,United States at the age of 15.
ITe worked as a bdtcheV boy and
[liter as an npwSB8&r^fBile study-
ing evenings in a Brooklyn high
school. In a humorous and charm-
ing way, he tells the story of a
young immigrant going through
the process of Americanization, in-
cluding falling in love with an
American-born Jewish girl. In
many ways, his book hits the
Sholem Aleichem tone, which was
so popular with the Yiddish-read-
ing public for more than a gener-
ation and which is now finding its
way to English-speaking Jews
through translation. H i s charac-
ters, beginning with the American-
born girl whom he intends to mar-
ry and concluding with his and her
parents, are all depicted in a realis-
tic but humorous light. However,
there is an atmosphere of warmth
and dignity about them. One can-
not help but like the types which
the author presents in full color
like an artist painting a good por-
trait. There is nothing vulgar in
the specifically Jewish idioms and
expressions which the author ac-
credits to his characters in order
to bring out fully their characteris-
tics. On the contrary, one learns
from these expressions how deeply
the sense of justice, as well as
family love, is rooted among sim-
ple Jews who seek no riches and
find happiness in their family life.
Many Jewish readers, especially
those born in poor immigrant fam-
ilies, will easily recognize the sur-
roundings which Mr. Suhl pictures.
And they^ will like the good humor
in whicH the author presents even
the most tragic situations. Some of
the readers may even recognize
themselves, or their parents and
relatives, in this well written book.
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A memorial meeting to mark the
death of the Yiddish poet, Mani
Laib, will be held by the Yiddish
Forum at the Keneseth Israel Con-
gregation, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, on Saturday evening,
November 7th, 8 p.m. Featured will
be readings from the works of
Mani Laib, as well as an evalua-
tion of t he poet's life and work.
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tEGALWOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
riCE VHOIH FICTITIOUS
TIOt NAME LAW
-,cK i~ hereby given thnt
fci-riiKiieil, desiring to engage In
[L ,";.!.-i- the fictitious name of
Kit r COMPANY, not Inc., nt
P'r'! ,:a> fW Miami Beach.
r. intend to register Bald name
She Clerk "f ,n'" rlrult <;ourt of
Irmintv. Florid*.
1IAKOLD T, SIIEK
C.Oli'W. S. I'EACHIN
LHN r.RAYSOM, K|.
', for Utf>ei hie Company,
;,!','!',iii Uoa.1. Miami Beach. Ma.
_ 11/6-13
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
" NAME LAW
.,,. -1: Is HEREBY GIVEN thnt
L.l.i .-iumi.'I, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
,, k IN THE WALL, at.16 W.
h Street. Miami. Intends to rcg-
Kiiil name with the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN DORTA
1I.ER & CARS
beys for Applicant*
**luglcr St real
-la _____________
StTce under fictitious
NAME LAW
rici: IS HKKKBY OIVBN trlat
hdersigned, desiring to engage In
k under the- fictitious name of
H SHORE RESTAURANT, at
Count}', Florida, intends to reg-
aid name with the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ARKAY REALTY CORP., Inc.
3-3(1 ll/
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLAOLER BUSINESS BROKERS, at
number 2510 \V Flngler Street, In the
City "f Miami. Florida, Intend to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dado County.
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Kith
Day of (Ictober 1953
WOODROW W. CORDON
KIDNEY N. BOBNINQER
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicants
Hll W. Il.inlei St.. Miami, Floi Ida
10/23-30 11 fl-I I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
(CORNER BUNDRY, si 8 N.W. 8th
sitc. i. Miami, intends to register said
name with the Cleik of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
.... '-'"'i* ROBMan, b.....Owner
ELI BREOBR
ney for Applicant
23.'. Lincoln Kd.
1" 38-30 11/8-13
BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hderfigned, desiring to engage In
bis uniler the fictitious name of
SHORE HOTEL, at Dade
H, Km la. intends to register
Came with the Clerk of the Olr-
"oort of Dade CoMnty, Florida.
ARKAY REALTY CORP., Inc,
|-30 11/6
iVTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pdersicned. desiring to engage In
uniler the Tictltlous name of
_3TH'CTS CO, at 6*5 Lincoln
rjllami Beach, Intends to regis-
lld name with the Clerk of the
It Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALFRED OIIOLER
&TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|"ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ersigneH, fleslrlng to engage In
k.-s snder the fictitious name of
Jtli \Nl: TRANSFER CO.. at 799
ISith Street, Miami. Florida, In-
I to eglstar said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
, Florida.
JACK MITCHELL
IETT ROTH
ley for Applicant
8-1 -M 11/(1______________^___
>TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VF. 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
(lerxlfrrned. desiring to engage In
as under ihe fictitious name of
IHWEST MIAMI TRANSFER
It 799 N.W. 54th Street. Miami,
a. intends to register said name
Ithe 'Ink of the Circuit Court
Ide County. Florida.
JACK MITCHELL
IETT ROTH
bey for Applicant
23-3 11/6
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
flCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
idersiKiied. desiring to engage In
fcss under the fictitious name of
IR-PAN NPR8ERY SCHOOL, at
Viekeiis Ave. Miami Beach, In-
rio register said name with the
, of the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
LEO ,ii,l ESTHER STEINMAN
, LAN and SELMA ROVE
|KOOEN
foi Applicants
B3-30 11/6
>TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
rici: IS IIKREBY GIVEN that
ndeiMtn.d. desiring to engage ill
>s under the fictitious name of
P. AM' TIDE CREATIONS, at
[Washington Avenue, Intends to
er said name with the'Clerk of
flrcuit Court of Dade County,
KATHKRINE TAYLOR
IZAMI-T & VON ZAMJfT
^Security Building
neys fur Applicant
33-30 11/8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 183719
THERESA Kll'OLI, Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM R17POLI. Defendant.
Order of publication
TO: WILLIAM Rl'I'OLl
Auburn State Prison
Anlairn. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you and you
are hereby required to serve a COBf
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney and to
Hie the original Answer in the off
of the Clerk of Tir-fUrri-lt Court,
or before the 30th d7*of f-in
1953; otherwise, the alTcgallnns of
Bill of Complaint will be taken ss coi
fessed against you.
DATED this 26th day of October,
19i3.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. H. RICE, JR.
(BenI) Deputy Clerk (Seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fin.
JO/30 11/8-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the understated, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHWIND APARTMENT8, at Jt2
South Shore Drive. Normandy lste,
Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ABRAHAM ni.NKOW
ABRAM RRICKMAN
ALBERT BENDER
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Bldg.. Miami, Florida
W/16-23-30 11/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....i
EVERGLADES OIL DEVELOPMENT
at 901 Congress Building. Miami. Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MoltHIS LI'CK
WILLIAM U'OLFARTII
BERNARD s. MANDLER
Altorney for partners
10/30 11/6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX PEED
File 51401
Notice Is hereby given that BEN
BOtHCIM, holder of City of Hlaleah
Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 73,
dated the 4th day of June, A.D. 1*51,
has filed said Certificate in my office,
and has made application for tax
deed to issue thereon In accordance
with law. Said Certificate embraces
the following described property, situ-
ated In Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot 4. Block 7. Fifth Addition
to Hialeah, Plat Book 7, Page
93, in the City of Hlaleah, Coun-
ty of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of I'nknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 11 (h day of November, A.D.
1953
Dated this 7th day of October, A.D.
MM.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By N- 8. STERRETT,
Deputy Clerk
10/9-18-23-30 11/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE >'s'1i^IEBy'gIVEN that
he undrretgnB*, desiring to engage in
business under Inn.fictitious name of
m:\i TV NOOK, at 116*7 N.W. 7th
Ave., Miami. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RUTH HOLDEN
10/30 11/6-13-20
BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
THK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
indei-Mgncd.. desiring to engage in
less under the fictitious name of
5AL PRODUCTS, at P. O. Box
Miami Beach J. Intend to regls-
fid name with the Clerk of the
fit Court of Dndei'oiiniy, Florida.
I'ETEB. SOBEL
-, SELWYN LEVENTHAL
L23-30 U/8
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
>'( K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
naerslgned, desiring to engage In
l'-r tin. fictitious name of
RECORD SHOP, at W7 N.W.
u' Miami. IneeMs -to regtsTeT
"nie ith-tnwfSNrlof the Clr-
L"uit <>r Dad,, countv. Florida.
... MA CRICE BERNSTEIN
- 11 -13
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THfi CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEjgfNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FggWlDA IN AND FOR DADE
OOUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 183792
IRENE HYDUK. Plaintiff,
vs.
GEORGE HYDUK, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GEORGE HYDUK.
450 Pauleson Avenue,
Passaic, New Jersey.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has Men
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS.
HEIMAN KAPLAN. 650 Seybold
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clark of the Circuit Court
on or before the 30th day of Novem-
ber, 1953. If you fail to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice snail he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLoRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 28th day of October, A.D.
1951.
E. II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
10/30 11/6-13-20________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL FURNITURE OUTLET,
at 433 N. Miami Avenue. Miami,. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ,. .
JOSEPH COHEN
IO/18-2S-30 11/6 .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thet
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LION MOTORS, at 1780 S.W. 8th St.,
sllsilshTliilinilr to register said name
with (he Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.___.' __
ZELMAN 8. ROB1NOVE
Bole Owner
10/16-23-30 11/6 ____
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
CHOSEN PRODUCTS, at 48M Pine-
tree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
GRACE N. TAYLOR
EVELYN '!. 1IEKNSTEIN
STANLEY JOEL LEVINS, ESCJ.
A"i"v for Applicants
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ROSS GARDEN AITS., nt 1!>3 North
Shore Drive, Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHICAGO APTS.. INC. (Seal)
LARRY B. ROSS. President
jack Ross. Secretary
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
11/6-13-20-^7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 183750
FANNIB MAS COOKS, Plaintiff,
\ s.
WILSON COOKS, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: WILSON COOKS.
Residence unknown.
Veil' are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's attornev, BEN
ESSEN. tt Seybold Building, Miami,
Florida, and file the original Answer
oi Heading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
27th day of November, 1953. If you
fail to do so, Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill At Complaint.
DONE AND vlRDEREP at Miami.
Florida, this 27th day of October. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida
By WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold. Building, Miami, Florida
10/30 11/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JAM BAR. at M!7 S'.W. MM St., Miami,
intends to register said name 'i
the Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
NORMAN C. HQVr'E
KESSLER & OARS
Attoi nays for Applicant
I7S2 W. Magler St.
in/30 11/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ATOMIC TELEVISION AND RADIO,
at 7! E. 2nd St., Hialeah. Fla., Intend
to register ssld name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
FlorloW
"^HOWARD B. ROZRAN
>UERBERT WHITMAN
I. R MAYERS
Attorney for Applicants
1405 Congress Bldg.
11/6-13-20--27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHEERIO BAR. at 5-15 S.W. 55th
Avenue Road. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I>ade County. Florida.
WALTER OUNTON, Owner
KESSLER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1781 W. Magler St.
10/2.3-30 11/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITBJUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIV IW that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business uniler the fictitious name "I
DEPENDABLE T-V AND RADIO
SERVICE, at 2692 W. Flagler Street,
Miami, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida,
HOWARD FOHT. Sole Owner
MONROE D1XON
Attorney for Owner
505 oiympia Bldg.
!/( 11/6-1S-SI0
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
1ATIN AMERICAN SHOE STORE
at 509 N. Mlarbl Ave., Miami, Intend
td' register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court Of Dade County,
Morris rimlAnd
anna rimland
herman i. breton
Attorney for Applicants
112 S'eyboM Bldg.
10/30 1I/6-1J-W .. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 163408
ROBERT M. GAVETTE. Plaintiff.
ELIZABETH 8. GAVETTE, a.k^a.
BETTY S. GAVETTE, JWendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ELIZABETH S GAVETTE,
a.k.a. BETTY S ilAVETTL
P O. Box SO
gValllngford. Connecticut
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
, Hill of Complaint For Divorce
lias been filed against you, an.I you
arc required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of '.onplainl For
Divorce on tin plaintiff's attorneys,
gt Genet 420 Lincoln Road. Ml-
anfl Jlegch. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of Ihe Clerk
of the circuit Court, on or before the
ltiili ilav of November, 1953, or a
Pro Confesso will entered
against vou.
ED at Miami, Morlda, this 14th
day of October. 1953.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By: R. H. RICK, JR.
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the Undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE OOIRMET GUILD, at Petit-
house, Cobbs Building. 355 IJneoln
Road, Miami Beach, Morida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HENRY COBBS
JAMES H. COBBS
ERWIN C. KAUDEN
BROAD ft CASSEL
Attorneys for The Gourmet Guild
10/30 11/6-13-20
(Seal)
10/16-23-30 U/
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RAX SHOE STORE, IT N.W. 5th*.
Street. Miami. MIAMI SHOE
MART, :il N.W. 2nd Street, Miami.
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Fiorl,l ,
SHIRLEY BEUBIS
10/23-30 11/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiii'ici-signed, desiring to engage in
business uniler the fictitious name of
A A.- a DISCOUNT AGENCY,
Ni: First Avenue. Miami, Fin.,
1.....glster said name wild thl
01 tin- Circuit Court of Dade C.iunty,
Florida.
D. J. APTE
R. W. APTE
LEO ACKERMAN
MVKItS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorney! lor Applicants
650 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183509
ANN M. DELANEY. Plaintiff,
MATTHEW A. DELANEY, PefenasAt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MATTHEW A. DELANEY
Address I'nknown
You, IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed again.-; you,
and you are required to Serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
tornev, WILLIAM H. HAMILTON. JI2
Civic Hinldlm,-. Miami. Fla.. and file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
office Of the Clerk of the Circuit
Cdurt On or before the 18th day of
November, 1953. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by defualt will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive week
In THE JEWISH FI/lKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 19th day of October, A D.
ISM. _
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By M. C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
I" 33-30 11/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1h7-9 West Magler Street. Miami,
Florida)
Intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dsde
County, Morida; the date the said
business was commenced was Septem-
ber 16 ,19S3.
HARRY H. NATEMAN
10/23-30 11/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CLEO'S WEB-WASH IT, at 201 S.W.
8th Avenue, Miami, Morida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Morida.
I SI DOR M. ROTH MAN,
sole owner
MONROE DlXo.N
Attorney for owner
10/18-23-30 11/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163550
BEN SNOWEISS. Plaintiff,
vs.
RUTH SNOWEISS, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RUTH SNOWEISS.
787 E. 175th Street.
Bronx TO, New Tork
You RUTH SNOWEISS. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce, has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, KURT WELI.ISCH. No. 1
IJneoln Rood Building. Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the dffice of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
80th day of November. 1958. If you
fail to do so, judgment by default
irlll be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Florida, ibts 20th a> of October.
A.D. 19*3.
Cl.rk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Morida
By M C, OSEBN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
KURT WELI.ISCH, ESQ..
1 I.nicoui Road Bid*.,
Miami Beach. !'
Attorney for Plaintiff
I" 23-30 *- ,11/8-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CtRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180064
JOHN F. STRANGE, Plaintiff,
vs.
LOREDITH M STRANGE, Defi
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: I.oREDITH M. STRANGE
Jacksonville, Florida
You are Hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re.| lir-
ed to serve a copy of your Anawi
Pleading to the Bill of CnmntaJnt on
the plafrrrffT's Atrornry, THWTf"RE
Jt. .WAYNE. ZM4S M.rrec de Leea 91vd..
Cora] Gables, Florida, and. file the,
V>rlglual Answ'er oi" PleadW Irt the"
office "f the Clerk of the Circuit C >urt
on or before the 21st day of Novem-
ber, 1953. If you fail to do so. judg-
ment bv* default will be taken agiirist
you for the relief demanded in the1 Bill
of complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 20th day of October,
A.D. IMS.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Morida
WM W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
THEODORE R WAYNE
2i4( Ponce de l,eon Blvd.
c.ial Babies, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
:m 11/6-13 _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ta
business under the fictitious name of
WEINRICH'S BAKERY AND OVEN
BAKE SHOP, at 2416 Ponce de Leon
Boulevard. Coral Gables, intends to
register an Id name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Morida.
Victor Reiss, Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owner
650 Seybold Bldg.
10/23-30 11/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 31195-A
In Re: EST \TK I If
EI.VA F. MO.NT ELL.
a k n EI.VA MONTELL.
,, l< i ELLA MONTELL. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pel sons Hiv-
ing Claims or Demands Agains-
Estate: .
You, and each of you, are hereny
notified and retttriretl to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of EI.VA F MONTELL. de-
ceased late of Stark Comity. Ohio, to
the Hon. W. F. BLAXTON County.
Judge of I>ade County, and file thw
same in his office tn the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Morida.
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented Js afore-
said, or same will be barred.
Date October 14 A.D. 1953
BTHA M. HARPSTER,
as Ancillary Executrix of the
I,ast Will and Testament of
EI.VA F. MONTELL,
Deceased.
RICHARD KRIEOER MNK
Attorney for ancillary estate
10/23-30 117-13
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th. Ifwtah Floridlcm so-
Bdt* your lsMjal notice*.
W crppr-cicrt. T
patronaa* and guart3>
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