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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY

,
foLUME 27Number 46
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
lurion Will
fot Stay on;
Ishkol-'No'
IjERl'SALEM (JTA)David Ben-
Lrion. lirst Prime#Minister of the
late of Israel, made it clear this
ieek that he would not reconsider
|s decision to lay down the reins
(oifice and retire from the Cabi-
k(. Mr. Ben-Garion officially an-
bunceil that he does not intend
I attend the Cabinet's next meet-
lg on Sunday. Spokesmen here
(el this to be a "final and ir-
Lvocable" decision.
[The Premier, whose announced
jecision to retire brought appeals
torn all quarters to remain in
fice, was moved by them but re-
gained firm. To his own Mapai
arty, which sought to induce him
j change his mind, the veteran re-
Hied that the State should not rest
h one man.
j An impassioned plea was made
h Moshe Sharett, Foreign Minister
kid long a close associate of Ben-
Lrion's, who told the premier that
|i- stepping down would have a
irious effect on the party, on the
Government coalition and on the
iitc: national factors relating to Is-
el.
Qovernmont Reorganization
Mr. Ben-Gurion. however, began
legotiations with the four General
pomVt members of the Cabinet on
he reorganization of the govern-
ment following his retirement. An
Ifficial communique issued after
the talk said that various aspects
kf the reorganization were dis-
cussed and further discussions
Hould take place directly between
he General Zionist Party and the
klapai Party.
j It was understood that the Cen-
tral Zionists do not oppose Levi
Eshkol as the next Premier, but
Continued on Page 11 A
Big Three Jointly Condemns
Israel Before Security Council
levi EshkeJ
. doesn't went post
Stnmler Harbirt Lthman
... UN is not US organ
US Criticism of
Genocide Hit by
UN Delegations
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Criti-
cism of the United States was
voiced among United Nations dele-
gates here this week over a state-
ment issued by the American dele-
gation indicating that the United
States may not only abstain from
ratifying the UN convention out-
lawing genocide, but looks with
disapproval on "propaganda" in
this country in favor of the con-
vention.
50 to 0. with the American delega-
tion voting favor of ths resolution,
but making clear that its vote on
the subject would not bind the
United States to take action on the
convention at any given time. So
far, 41 nations have acceded to or
ratified the treaty, but the United
States is not among them. The Sen-
ate is still to pass upon the pact,
and there is strong opposition to it
on the part of many Senators.
Censorship Soon
Neither the State Department
nor any member of the American
delegation to the United Nations
was willing, to clarify what Mr.
Henry Cabot Lodge meant by de-
claring that the United States does
not interpret the UN resolution* on
gtnocide "as authorizing propagan-
da in the United States" in relation
to this resolution. Delegates of
countries which support the geno-
cide pact insisted that this part of
Lodge's statement was an attempt
at censorship.
A spokesman for the UN Secre-
tary General emphasized that since
Continued on Paee 1' A
US, Britain Express
No Doubt" Attack
Was Israel-Inspired
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The
Western Big Three joined Monday
night in condemning Israel before
the Security Council for the killing
of some 50 Arabs in the Jordan
border village of Kibya. Britain's
Sir Gladwyn Jebb told the council
his government was "completely
convinced" Israeli military forces
carried out an "apparently calcu-
lated" attack last October 14th.
Britain, France and the United
States said, however, the council
should hear from Israel and Jor-
dan representatives before taking
formal action. US delegate Henry
Cabot Lodge, Jr., and France's
Henri Hoppenot said they subscrib-
ed to his condemnation of the Is-
raelis. Lodge said there "appears
to be no doubt" that Israeli arm-
ed forces were responsible for the
Kibya attack. The United Nations
Truce Commission had reported
that 250 to 300 well-trained and
well-armed soldiers had made the
night-time assault.
Hoppenot said France joined
with "sadness and regret" in con-
demning Israel for the attack. The
attack, he declared, had stirred a
wave of "horror and reprobation"
which could be measured only by
French feelings of sympathy for
previous Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution.
Meanwhile. General Vagn Ben-
nike. United Nations truce chief
in Palestine, told the Security
Council that the Israeli border vil-
lages were armed but not with the
offensive weapons which were used
in the Kibya raid. He was answer-
ing a question put to him by Abba
Eban of Israel who had asked
whether UN observers had exam-
ined the defense system of the
bonder villages.
General Bennike said that his ob-
servers had visited many border
villages and had never reported
seeing weapons other than machine |
guns, grenades, rifles, submachine
guns and side arms. The records
of complaints and investigations of
the Mixed Armistice Commission
from 1949 contained no evidence
that border villages were ever
furnished with bangalore tor-
pedoes, mortar bombs and demoli-
tion charges, he added. General
Bennike alleged that such weapons
were used in the Kibya attack.
In reply to a query by Sir Glad-
wyn Jebb, who asked about Prime
Minister Ben-Gurion's statement
that no single Army unit was ab-
sent from its base on the night in
question, General Bennike merely
said that his report of the Kibya
incident was based on reports of!
UN observers. He added that he j
had no further information on
which to base his reply.
United Synagogue Picks
Beach for Convention Site
Britain Obliged to Defend
Jordan, Eden Tells MP's
LONDON (JTA)Britain has a
Particular interest in the Israel-
Jordan border tension because Bri-
tain has a treaty of alliance with
Jordan and because Britain is a
Party to the Tripartite Declaration
f 1950 guaranteeing the borders of
the Middle East states, Anthony
Eden. British Foreign Secretary.
told Parliament this week.
Mr. Eden, who appealed to the
whole House to join with the gov-
ernment in "deploring" the events
at Kibya on October 14th and 15th,
warned Israel that "outrages" of
his sort can only "obstruct any
char.ee of peace which Israel as-
sures us she is anxious to obtain."
He admitted that the Kibya inci-
dent must be viewed against the
background of constant infiltration
across the border and said that the
only hope for ending the infiltra-
tion situation was to solve the ref-
ugee problem.
The Secretary expressed the
hope that the United Nations truce
supervision organization in Pales-
tine would be strengthened "be-
cause if the policy of reprisal is to
be allowed to continue we shall
never get peace negotiations at
all." He asserted that Jordan had
not connived at assisting infiltra-
tion but, on the contrary had ener-
getically sought to halt it.
Mr Eden claimed some Arabs
crossed thetborder for "quite inno-
ment purposes while others took
part in armed robberies and "most
of them had a background of bit-
terness and destitution."
One of the most significant con-
ventions in the long history of the
United Synagogue of America will
take place at the Casablanca Ho-
tel on November 15th through
19th, when some 700 delegates
from every part of the United
States and Canada will be on hand
for the opening session which will
be presented at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center on Sunday.
Featured will be a special serv-
ice conducted by Rabbi Irving
Lehfman, Cantor Philip Brummer
and the Center Choir. The major
address will be delivered by the
president of the organization. Max-
well Abbell, of Chicago, who will
keynote the convention theme,
Building Synagogue Leadership.
On Monday, Charles Rosengar-
ten, of Waterbury, Conecticut,
first national vice president, will
speak on: Spotlight On Efforts
Heaven Shiltah
. Minister Monioottatiory
Or. louis Flnkelsfein
. Seminary Chancellor
And Achievements. At luncheon.
the first results of the national
survey on Synagogue Leadership,
conducted in cooperation with Co-
lumbia University School of Social
Research, will be given by Dr. Emil
Lehman, assistant executive Direc-
tor of the United Synagogue.
On Tuesday, the banquet will
have Dr. Simon Greenberg, execu-
tive director of the United Syna-
gogue and vice chancellor of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America speak on: Synagogue And
Community. Dr. Greenberg has
just returned from an extended
stay in Israel. On Wednesday, a
session will be devoted to: Adult
Education And Leadership Build-
ing by Rabbi Simon Noveck, of;
Park Avenue Synagogue, New1
York, and director of the National
Academy for Adult Jewish studies.
In the evening, the banquet will
Continued on Pogo 1 A
. predicts viabillt/
Future of
State Aired
JERUSALEM (JTA) A plan t -
flotation of a $75,000,000 five-year
loan in the United States to con-
solidate Israel's short-term obliga-
tions was submitted here last week
to the conference of World Jewish
leaders, assembled at Premier
David Ben-Gurion's invitation to
review the economic progress of
the Jewish State, and accepted by
acclaim.
The plan was submitted by Mor-
ris W. Berinstein, of Syracuse,
New York, national campaign
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, who pointed out that present
financing of this indebtedness in-
volves Israel and the American
Jewish community in an expendi-
ture of SIO.000.000 a year.
Colonel Jacob Arvey. of Chi-
cago, read out of the conference's
declaration to the nation which
called for unfailing efforts. de\o-
tion and help to Israel at this criti-
cal time when her security is en-
dangered, and for a supreme effort
to meet Israel's needs.
The declaration stressed that
"the Jerusalem conference, keenly
Continued on Paao 11 A
Syria Threatens
Armed Violence
In Middle East
UNITED NATIONS (J T A)The
Israel Office of Information sail
this week that the regional water
scheme worked out by the US for
the Jordan River by the TVA "has
never been seen by the government
of Israel and cannot therefore ha' e
been either accepted or rejected '
Meanwhile, Syria declared Tues-
day that Arab forces will not stand
idly by while Israel diverts the
waters of the Jordan River for a
hydroelectric project.
Syrian delegate Farid Zeineddine
raised the threat of new violence
in the Middle East in a speech to
the United Nations Security Coun-
cil.
He said that Israel had brought
armed men into the demilitarized
zone between Israel and Syria to
guard workers at the Jordan pro-
ject.


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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER




Continued from Page 1 A
hear Mr Reuvou ShWmaV Minister
Plenipotentiary of the State of Is-
rael, who will give the principal
ddfWS. A report on the Ivrael
project will also be heard.
At the closing banquet. Dr. Lou-
is Finkelstein. chancellor of the.
h Theological Seminary, will
deliver the major address. The
presentation of the Solomon
cht'chter and Ramah Awards will
he made at that time.
Throughout the convention, sem-
inars and workshops on Tapping i
m Leadership Resources. PtJ
ihological Foundations Of Syna-
gogue Leadership. Leadership In
FEATURES NOTABLES
Davis, who is In charge ,*W the
Eternal Light radio and television
grams, ami DnaV\brahara K
He*chel. teacher and author of The
Earth Is The Lord's and other
works.
The Local Arrangements Com-
mittee consists of Ben Zion Gins-
burg, chairman. Murray R. Apfel-
bautn. Sol Cohen, Judge Irving
C'ypen. Samuel Fricdland, Al Gold-
stein. Harry Gordon. Dr. Herman
Mechlowitz. Frank A. Rose, Bert
Sher, Bernard Sterling and Jerry
Su>sman. Assisting are: Mrs. Jos-
eph Berman. Mrs. Bemhardt Ches-
in.iii. Mrs Louis Cohen. Mrs. Jack
Klinger. Mrs. Harry Laufer, Mrs.
Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Harry
Ohphant.
Mo.wtll Abie'/
Action and Technique- For The
nal Met tin:: will be
i'Ut>tanding laymen
Herbert. I>r Morton S
director of I'nited Synagogue
Youth, and Samuel Ribner. direc-
tor of Youth Activities, will serve
as consultants.
In conjunction with the converj,
tion, many of the associated organ-
izations will conduct special events
The national Board of the Women's
Dr. Abraham I. Hescaef
League of the United Synagogue
will convene, and the Southeast
Branch of the organization will
conduct several workshops and
luncheon- on Monday and Tuesday.
The Seaboard and Southeast
Branch of the National Federation
of Jewish Men's dubs will hold a
luncheon meeting on Sunday. B9
will the Southeast Branch of the
I'nited Synagogue The National
\ iation of SyViscncue Adminis-
trators will alstfSjsjBU on the same
dsjj A >pecial luncheon is being
sponsored on Tweadaj by the Na-
tional planning and campaign com-
it the Seminary.
A unique pre-convontion ac-
tivity, it wav announced this week,
will be the Torah Institute which
will take place at the Mount Royal
Motel November 12th through
ISth. The faculty will con.-i-t of
Dr. Simon Greenberg, Dr. Moshe
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Chesed Shel fmess
Mrs Israel Goldberg has been
unanimously elected to serve as
president for the third consecutive
| year of the Sisterhood Chesed Shel
Emess. Mrs. Goldberg is a member
of the Israelite Center Board of
Directors and vice president of the
Sisterhood there.
Other officers named include the
Mesdames Anna Block and Rachael
Sakowitz. 1st and 2nd vice presi-
dents; Fred Ochs, recording and
corresponding secretary; Sara
Stone, treasurer: and Sam Geltner.
financial secretary and publicity l
chairman.
Board of Directors includes Na-
than Alexander and the Mesdames I
M Gold. Anna Gruberg, Gussie
Hershbein. Sam Okanoff, Lee Sa-1
perstein. Mr. and Mrs. David I
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Art classes of the adult educa-
tion program at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will be resumed on
Wednesday evenings. 8 to 10 p.m..
according to an announcement by
Mrs. Charlotte Halpert. in charge '
of the classes. Mrs. Halpert said i
that this inaugurates the second
year ef the classes.
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|5aY. NOVEMBER 13. 1953
Jewish fhrkUan
.ere's Israel Caravan Slated For
henandoah School Tuesday Evening
Miami has been chosen one of ___^___^__^_^^
PAGE 3 A
Miar... -
L. 90 cities that the Israel Cara-
[.., Here's Israel Third Edi-
tion, will visit on it's cross country
Lnil will tour. The caravan will
L presented here by the seven
focal Zionist Districts through the
South Florida Coordinating Board.
According to Seymour Liebman,
Chairman of the Coordinating
Board.
Iri Zifroni. Israeli opera star
those tenor voice has been heard
In almost every country in the
Xorld and whose voice has been
fecorded by RCA Victor. Bema and
Columbia, will ge featured artist.
1
9.
A i
Lea Oitrojemki
lorn in Warsaw, he studied at the
larsaw Dramatic School and at
he Warsaw and Lemberg Conserv-
Itories of Music. He received a
onsiderablc reputation at the War-
aw and Lemberg Opera company.
Israel, where he emigrated dur-
ng the war, he sang with the Is-
ael Opera Company, Israel Sym-
phony Orchestra and on the radio.
3is concert, opera, operetta and
jymphony orchestar engagements
Save taken him to many lands. He
has also given concert recitals at
parnegie Hall and Steinway Hall.
Featured with the prominent Is-
raeli tenor in the ZOA entertain-
nent caravan is Ora Rottenberg,
BAetfted 20-year-old Israeli pianist
rho was born in Jerusalem, where
|he received most of her musical
raining under a scholarship at the
Conservatory of Music. She has
een a student for the past three
tears of Henriette Michelson. who
retired from the Juilliard School
pi Music after 40 years of teaching
I devote her efforts to gifted
t Israeli musicians. She has
ilayed with top symphony orches-
tras in Jerusalem and in Tel Aviv,
where she won overwhelming criti-
Ora Rotttnherg
cal acclaim. Her American debut
was with the University of Miami
Summer Symphony Orchestra at
the Miami Beach Auditorium this
summer under guest conductor iz-
ler Solomon.
Sharing honors with these artists
is Lea Ostrojinski, violin virtuoso,
who was also born in Israel and
who recently won a scholarship
given by the Israel government af-
ter her discharge from the Israeli
army. While touring the United
States as a member of the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra, she work-
ed with the late Serge Koussevit-
sky, through whom she won a
scholarship to Tanglewood.
Here's Israel will be presented
on Tuesday night, November 17th,
8:30 p.m., in the Shenandoah Audi-
torium, 1023 SW 21st Avenue. Mor-
ris Simon, president of the Coral
Gables Zionist District, has stated
that the American-Israeli cultural
and entertainment caravan "will
bring the message of Israel not
only to the ZOA's nationwide net-
work of branches, but to the Amer-
ican people in general and more
particularly to the American Jew-
ish community whom the Zionist
Organization of America seeks to
enroll as members in support of
its broad program of aid to the
State of Israel."
Leaders of the Jewish Home for the Aged, meeting to discuss building fund plans, hear Baron
de Hirsch Meyer (third from right) point out the urgent need for emergency housing at the
home. Members of the Women's Auxiliary pledge all-out support in the fund drive. Shown
with President Abe Kurman (left) are Mrs. Kurman. Mrs. Jacob Arvey, Mrs. Faye Ablin, whose
husband's memory will be honored in the campaign, Colonel Jacob Arvey, drive co-chairmen
Mrs. Meyer, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. David Phillips and David Phillips, drive co-chair-
man. S200.000 is sought to build the Ablin Memorial Unit to accommodate the bedridden and
sick aged. ,
Uri Zifreni
Academy Breakfast
Slates Kickoff Here
At Hibiscus Lodge
Kickoff breakfast for the sixth
annual Hebrew Academy dinner
and journal will be held on Sun-
day morning, November 22nd. The
meeting, scheduled for 10 a.m. in
the Hibiscus. Lodge, will complete
plans for the annual fund raising
affair. The dinner will be held
sometime in January in Miami
Beach, according to Harry Genet,
acting president of the Academy.
Mayor Harold Shapiro will be
principal speaker at the kickoff
session. Genet will preside at the
meeting, which will select chair-
men for both the dinner and the
journal. Exact date and location of
the dinner will be decided at the
Hibiscus Lodge meeting.
Proceeds from the dinner and
journal are used for deficit finan-
cing of the Academy, which has a
capacity enrollment of more than
240 students.
The journal, which usually is is-
sued concurrently with the din-
ner, is an annual project of the
Hebrew Academy Women.
Last year's Hebrew Academy
dinner, held in the Miami Beach
Auditorium, attracted more than
600 persons.
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Aronovitz Urges Support
In Final Campaign Stage
for Miami City Commissioner
Pointing with pride to his 30-year
record of service to the citizens of
Miami, Abe Aronovitz this week
urged the voters to look at the
story of his accomplishments.
"Only in that way," said Arono-
vitz, "can you tell in advance just
what to expect of me. I have spent
all my life doing what I have felt
is for the best interests of all the
people."
To back up his statement, Aron-
ovitz referred to his five years as
assistant Mimi city attorney, his
term of service as acting state's
attorney for this district, his serv-
ice on many committees such as
slum clearance, Jackson Memorial
Hospital and others, and his single-
handed campaigns to save the tax-
payers money.
In addition, busy as a prominent
local attorney and with public
service activities, Aronovitz has
found time to serve many local
groups, a spokesman said here.
He is a past president of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Aronovitz
served in the Anti-Defamation
League and is the author of the
anti-mask ordinance that has been
adopted in many cities throughout
the South.
"One thing about me," said the
candidate this week with pride, "is
the fact that I believe a person
must take a stand on public issues,
if he is to do his rightful duty as
a citizen. For years, I have follow-1
ed my own advice taking a stand
and making my stand known.
"As Miami city commissioner, I
shall never relax my vigilance ov-
\ er the taxpayers dollar. Nor shall
11 relax in my efforts to see Miami
become a great city. We are des-
tined to be an even greater city
than we are now, and we must pre-
pare now, with proper municipal
developments, for our future posi-
tion among the great cities of the
nation."
Throughout the campaign, Aron-
ovitz has maintained his pre-cam-
paign promise that his expendi-
tures would be kept to an all-time
new record low. To date, he has
managed to keep under the one-
thousand dollar mark, as he prom-
ised, a spokesman said.
"I don't believe in spending my
way into public office," he declar-
ed. "I'm depending on my many
friends to vote for me and to get
their friends to vote for me."
Flagler Center Lists Cast For Stage Production
Rehearsals are under way for the
forthcoming production of Y o u
Can't Take It With You to be pre-
sented by the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center on De-
cember 5th and 6th.
Jack Shaw, director, has an-
nounced the cast which will include
Mildred Newman, Jean Salak,
Dinah Shapiro. Irving Lax, Bernard
Landers, Lou Bush, Jack Block,
Kirschner, Morton Lebar, Frances
Immerman, Herman Feldman and
Ben Clein.
Nephrosis Meeting
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Nephrosis Foundation
will meet on Monday evening, No-
vember 16th, 8:30 p.m., at the
Town Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, 450
,SW 16th Avenue. Transportation
John Balkany. Shelly Niditz, Ruth ,0 ,he meeting may be arranged
Solomon, Bernard .1 a f f e, Sylvia with Mrs. Herbert Stein, 4-9788.
YOU'LL BE
PROUD
YOU VOTED
FOR
ABE
Joint Chanukah Program
At North Shore Center
The Sisterhood of the North
Shore Jewish Center and Parent
Teacher's Association of the Re-
ligious School will hold a joint
Chanukah Program on Thursday,
November 19th. 8 p.m., at the
Center. Program chairman is Mrs.
Robert Block. Assisting will be
Mrs. Kurzweil and Mrs. Fabric. -
AR0N0VIT2
FOR MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER
Pioneer South Florida Family ... since 1888!
Prominent attorney and civic worker!
Past President, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith!
Past State Chairman, Anti-Defamation
League (ADL)!
Author of first Anti-Mask ordinance (later
adopted by cities throughout the South)!
Served with honor as City of Miami assistant
city attorney for five years!
Served as Acting State's Attorney for this
district!
Elndorsed for the Miami City Commission by
the recognized civic groups!
Saved millions of dollars for the taxpayers of
Miami during his years of unselfish public
service!
Qualified by his knowledge, ability, honesty
and fearless independence for the job!
VOTE FOR ABE. YOU'LL BE PROUD YOU DIDl
PULL THE
i
LEVER
(Political Adv. Pd. for by M. J. Koprlowlti)


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Friday. November 13. 1963
Volume 27 Number 46
Kislev 6. 5714
During The Week.. ,a i Sfifj
Bt LEO MTJfDLW
Big Three Repudiation Is Puppet Show
THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE HELD a
at the Baraywe Terr.ce HobL|The affair was a Dr, : J?"**" I
evenia* dinner at the CVrfaaTafcstaurant sponsoredb^,*^
Council on Community ReUHons. Principal speaker {
Mitchell, president of the Southern Regional Council r^J* ^
1 much to say about segregation in the public schonu ItcheU I
| will soon be deliberated upon by the Supreme Court "^
Segregation in the South is less a function of the **.
fXUlUCill, I
Only time and the amaal sanction of the
United Nations were needed tor the Big Three
vo deciare Israel guitr/ oi the Kibya attack
presumably made on the Jordan border last
October 14*h. The more this week by the
United States. France and Great Britain, as we
see R, was no mate than a rait accompli
The incident, as the swiftly occxirring events
surrounding it shew had been pre-judged mj-
mediately after the Arab countries brought
".heir charge against Israel to the attention oc
the United Nations Truce Commission, The
UN" pressec" by a sever, member Mosiern bloc,
ar. American foreign policy whose stand is in-
der.r..:e cr.d vMhrI e.ther courage or vision.
0 G:ec- Britain whose r.ee-i :c a stror.chcld
r. the Near East becomes increasingly urgent
and a rVRRC* toe fearru! to speak out could
ic l.-je mere '.ha- :cmr.-_'.ate its ruling ca the
matter well berore otbcial heelings were ccn-
.-ludeci.
1: seems :c _s that the rest of the UN's de-
liberation was a mere puppet shew staged by
Hale Mo.*cr At Work
The hc-e Tr.cr.oers are at :: again. This time
he b.cc: .- r.iah cmarchmar.. He is Dr Cyril
3arbett 5rv am s Archbishop at York. The
\:chbishcp las: *e*; acrusec ihe >wish vcte
New York c: paralyzma --he United Nations
m .3 decLr.cs w-th the Palestine auesner.
1: seems =.:nj.;jr: that such r. charge shc-li
rave came arm. an Emc'. ,s'T-am whose gov-
eroznen: is a specthecc at '.he destroy Israel
rampo.cr. 5m \-_s d>rs :..- release Zh Gcr-
B r.ew hand**! oi hate macxs r>nic the rri
rTeamed by those w.-.c whisper about the
>w_sh t; r
71-e insmuct rr. -hat Vw rlrc .s a
central reflect rr c: he :.:.vs mam stock-m-
~-de -." >ws Baamk and ir a_xe that
r_- :_f;tr.;? j ; scrr.e secret Jewish ideel'
#as.
The Sr.tish churchmar. ^ apparently totally
.gaacan: at rurrea: American events. Last
weeks may: New York City
r.spraves has CaVsge rr-.rleteiy. Jews there
Rfl rmtstilute close tc ;ne-haii ot the [
a:r m.t ?r 3-arhe- may ar- ia; ahcu' .'
r_- -_-.r- 'ewish at rresea'j arc Ml
XC person*, h wauid ajc be intersstng icr
he Aichb^hap :c ie-ara mat -die twa desecrted
v a.aa-es wb .--pose-zV.: 'AaqsjRi are 'ews
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psRRBfsji ttsdcK HaGeT
the Big Three in the name oi a faltering World
Government ideal. Power pohbes and dolku
dipaornacy behind the scenes managed the
well-duecied production
We find it difficult to take any more tolerant
stand with regard to the Kibya affair far a
number oi reasons Principal antagonist
throughout the entire question has been Great
Britain, not Jordan and the Arab League. Only
last week. Foreign Minister Anthony Eden told
members of Parliament that England must
stand solidly behind Jordan's charge. Were
the British concerned with justice, they could
hardly accept such a position before an equit-
able hearing at the United Nations had been
concluded. It is no secret that the Kibya affair
presented London with the first opportunity in
many years to side with {he Arab states.
The British defeat in Palestine, its economic
rejection by Iran under Mohammed Mossa-
degh when the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
was nationalised and the recent conflict with
Egypt and General Naguib regarding English
armed forces in the Suez area bare all added
up to make Her Majesty's government embar-
rassed in the Near Eastern struggle for power.
As protector oi an "outraged" Jordan, a nation
which Prime Minister Sa Winston Churchill
was instrumental in creating to strike a blow
at the Zionist movement. Britain once again
tzzds c cornfortcble cradle there.
It seems to us signiiicant that the Kibya inci-
dent also marks a change in Anglo-American
relations. Differences oi opinion over the ac-
ceptance of Red China into the United Nations
and general disagreement between our gov-
ernment and the British with regard to methods
to be employed in combatting Communist ag-
gression are all buried now in a macabre ju-
r^atirr. arising mam r; r.ew-:cuzd -;r^-r-.:-
the condemnation at Israel
Only France ameng the maor powers, has
demensttatec any decree o: honesty in the
enare mcident France s UN" delegate Hear.
Hoppenot jomec the : z Three repudiation
wr sadness and recce: and made reference
to his grmmmsiiis feehnas oi sympathy tor
pr?-..c_s 'e-*-sr victims at Nazi persecution.
"' re-el this was meant to
whitewash Israels per m the border fracas.
c .s clear thcr Fans entenaans doubt about
me "=_;- sWss'l aracal scnmcn_ng z: v.z-
ieace
Whet seems :z -s mast shaexma in the en-
-_-e ma-e: j z~ the Umtec Namans has seen
: c ::r rmme M.- jter Z>av.a 5en-3_r.cn s
iLrva rmd Wkm z merrm. "
plosive civil rights issue then a violation of the Fourteenth0* i
to the United States Constitution and its Equal Prwectimr!-!'1^
the face of this amendment, the practice of segregations _"* 1
has continued since its passing in 1868 with virtual n_L-l***.
legal attack. Indeed. Dr. Mitchell elaborated upon the pu!?7 1S
guson case of MM to illustrate the means by which the Sbm?-*1.--.
was used to upheld as co-stitutional a Jim Crow UuiManT-T ^
ing for segregated trassportattea faeuities on that **.'. raJJ?
In making its ruling, the coext said such segregation Drat**.
, continue so long as Uw transportation taohties provided .Z**
ui every respect with these accorded White person-
Out oi the Plessy vs. Ferguson case evolved the "sen__
equal" doctrine which has been used as a buffer against thtanL
I ol the Fourteenth Amendment. While the cewtitation ruaraghLTl
: No state shall make or enforce any law which shallabrils* i
i privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States" inS
i come virtually standard procedure to regard separation and ..H-fli
! as a legal and moral excuse for segregation.
Dr Mitchell emphasized that the "separate but equal" m
must be considered an infraction of the Fourteenth ItirisTju
; virtue of two important reasons. Reared in the South nd a Xaiw3
jits history, geography, economy and politics, he pwr-ed tosssas-
: states in which equality of educational facilities for Negro k-Hna.
children does sot exist- Many Negro children, he said, atteal idld
in dilapidated barns, old churches and in raznshackle desentt' k_i
: ings. These are not owned by the individual states at all he aiat]
- little effort is made to disguise that fact.
THE MATTER OF SEPARATION, although not i phjatafljii
ous a constitutional violation, u nontheless as Oagrc-: D- km
said that the Negro abhors being segregated because it nart, ks, I
inferior This, it seems to me. approaches the probie's froa a i
tional viewpoint, and although it is. in effect valid t-; tbemtal
June. 1950 the late Chief Justice Vinsoa ruled in the case ol s-gl
vs. Painter and clarified the matter of separatioa in legalistic toai
Sweatt. a Negro, sought entrance into the Unrversrt;. of ToaUd
SchooL
That venerable institution of education, decyntf hat aMta-l
recognized the possible legal coaueqeejates of Rs der.aat a* obM
lished for Sweatt a segregated and a^eieesiy fefenor hw rfcoTil
order to avoid a showdown.
Ic discussing the matter of separation. Justice V.nsoi it talj
the law school is the proving ground for legal learnmj ami axfej
and it cannot he effective in ioU-tum from the isdr. xkab aw i
tutions with which the law interacts. -Few stades-.- he sat _fl
no one who has practiced law would choose to stuc-- at ladsiT
vacwam removed from the interplay of ideas and the etzsHfll
views with which the law is coccerned."
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i-fSr
r_ah
I nif*Hl >>>tgicocRi- Meet..
The Sweatt vs. Painter case and the
se id which a Negro applied for .
of Oklahoma tor courses leading to the Doctor of Eda
ahile notable victories in the kettle agaanst segregao
represent only patterns of procedure for the taapeadnc
vis the public school system The Utter, sakke the fei
not la every instance benefit frees state or fed*- -weaeJ
seriated with the issue of states rights From there it is am*l|
sanali step ta the civil rights controversy.
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THE SOUTHERN STATES MAVf WARNED
they will not shade a Supreme Court ralaag m
pnhbe schools South Carolina, as an nifi.t I
that it is prepared to abolish the public seheal sjs
est coart the laed hold that pigMi m m
poinacal aashratiuaai of the civil rights and states
long ago aaade cfear ret. indeed, well before tl
Duueerat Party Bat the Democrats were sot the i
week. Georgia Goverear Herman .
AdaMwiitrathai ta ge easy oa the
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of the court s
the repirate bat
brag any real change us the school
thas las m the fact that the Negro
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PAGE 5 A
jrida ADL Conference Is Slated
)r Orlando November 15th
Inal P'ans for tne a8enda f the |
ual Florida State ADL Confer-
to be held at the San Juan
I Orlando, Sunday, November,!^,
have been released by Frank] '
Kleinfeld. o St Petersburg, \"
Ida State ADL chalrmafl.
ie conference will be divided
three sessions beginning at
a.m. at the San Juan Hotel.
luncheon session will be held
ie Angebilt Hotel, commencing
, p.m., and the afternoon ses-
[ running from 2:30 to S p.m.,
'convene at the San Juan Ho-
,KI< mfoki announced.
problem of sectarianism in
'oblic schools in. Florida will
. subject of a special report
:ed by Bart Cohen, of Talla-
e. to be presented at the
ing session of the conference:
is an attorney and an as-
; attorney general of the
of Florida. His report will
.y relevant Florida and Fed-
law, as well as describe the
|ence of the problem,
^crimination in civic clubs in
[da will also be considered at
conference. Leading the dis-
will be David Wolper, of
'etersburg, ADL chairman of
A. Cohen Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
trt J. Balkin, Florida ADL di-
^r, will report on the findings
survey of civic clubs just
pitted by the Florida ADL
and the State ADL Commit-
hincheon session will be de
n: to I he 40th anniversary of
\ati Defamation League of
B rith. Presiding at the lunch-
e Mrs. William B. Wolf-
d( Tampa, Florida State Worn-
DL chairman. Guest speaker
luncheon will be George J.
fcoff, ADL national commis-
tr and chairman of the ADL
nittee District Grand Lodge
B'nai B'rith.
iK it Roth, ADL chairman of
em Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Miami,
lead a discussion on United
immigration policy past,
r.t and future.
cusMon leader on educational
oclal action programming to
(leract resort discrimination in
la will be Tobias M. Simon,
e ADL Committee, North
luige B'nai B'rith, Miami
Ighlifhting the afternoon ses-
Iwill be a panel discussion on
e d ucational programming
ijh B'nai B'rith Lodges and
Ifers. Participating in the panel
entation will be Mrs. Mollie
i; i hairmaa of the ADL Coun-
?l Greater Miami, Mrs. William
polf.son, David J. Wolper and
N.it Herman, of Orlando, ADL
I of the Orlando B'nai
Women's Chapter.
representative* from com-
Btiea throushout the State are
tcted to attend the all day Con-
reception welcoming the visit-
representativM will be held
[ preceding Saturday evening at
San Juan Hotel. In charge of
Orlando arrangements for the
Iftrence arc Morris LaBellman,
Idem of the Orlando B'nai
flh Lodge; Mrs, Morris Marcus,
Guida Stresses
ntform For Miami
Commission Seat
8 'iuida, active in Miami civic
rk during the past 24 years, this
fk stressed his platform for lo-
hctterment as his campaign for
eat dr> the city commission drew
(lose.
Sujda said that he will work for
Icitizer..-,' advisory council, effi-
Pn<7 and economy, women in
>emnient, modernization of the
Jwiment, planning for the fu-
e public referendum, coordina-
f and harmony.
am well qualified," Guida
eased, "and I am certain that
is voters will support my
?form for honest administration
Rabbi Slcop To Speak
At Adult Institute
Rabbi Morris Skop, of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center, will address
the third session of the Adult In-
stitute for Jewish Studies on Wed-
nesday, November W, at the Beth
David School building, 26th Road
and Coral Way. .Rabbi.. Skop. w^Jl
speak on the series. What We Jews
Believe, describing the Jewish con-
cepts involved in justice and
mercy.
The Adult Jewish Institute is
continuing its registration in cours-
es in Hebrew, Yiddish and Jewish
life, it was announced this week.
Language classes begin at 7:30
p.m., every Wednesday, at.the Beth
David School building. The In-
stitute is open to the general com-
munity.
George i. Taliaaalf
president of .the Orlando B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapter; Mark
Rudich, ADL chairman, Orlando
B'nai B'rith Lodge; and Mrs. Nat
Berman, ADL chairman, Orlando
B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter.
Athletic Program Starts
The fall season Men's Adult Ath-
letic program gets into full swing
on Sunday morning at the Beach
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Facilities
are available for participation in
handball, h a sketballi football,
weight lifting, paddle handball,
gym work and table tennis. The
group is under the guidance of
Art Kipnis.
Mamba Club Meetings
The Mamba Club of the North
Shore Jewish Center meets Monday
evenings at 9 p.m. Eddie Edwards
and Lorraine, of the Sherry-Fronte-
nac, are instructors. Sylvia Acker
is in charge of information.
Cardiac Hospital Party
i'a'rni Chapter, NStioilaT ch"IT-"
Ml.
dren's Cardiac Hospital, will hold
its monthly card party at Melvin
Cohen Hall, West Flagler Street,
on Tuesday, November 17th, 12:30
p.m.
Hadassah Groups
Stage Joint Bazaar
Hibiscus Lodge will be the set-
ting for a bazaar starting Saturday
evening, November 14th and con-
tinuing through Sunday and Mon-
day.
Sponsors of the bazaar are the
In charge of information are the
Mesdames Ben Zeigmund, Herzl;
Samuel Lepow, Shaloma; M. H.
Lencer, Stephen Wise; and Jack
Bernard, over-all chairman.
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+Jewlsiifk)r*Ba*)
PAGE 7 A
Sirk >ns Honeymoon
In Veradero, Havana
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sirkin
'tre honeymooning at Veradero
Beach and Havana. They were
married in a noon ceremony on
Sunday at the Imperial Terrace of
the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple
! Beth Sholom, officiated. .
Mrs. Sirkin is the former Vera
I Cole, of Miami Beach. Mrs. Harry
! penny, of South Orange, New Jer-
jsey, attended her sister.
Best man was Sidney Sobelson,
[of Miami Beach.
The bride is the daughter of
(Mrs. Nathan Greenfield, formerly
|of Newark, New Jersey. She is a
[member of the Nautilus School
(PTA and has been a resident here
[for the past seven years.
Mr Sirkin, Miami Beach hotel
Kan and property developer, is the
Lon of Harry Sirkin. He is a gradu-
ate of the University of Wisconsin.
Glr. Sirkin belongs to American
fLegion Post No. 85, Miami Beach
[Civic League, Miami Beach Jewish
Renter and has been a local resi-
lient for the past 18 years. He
ved in the US Air Force for
four years.
A breakfast, attended by im-
[ mediate members of the family,
followed the ceremony at the Ron-
joy Plaza. Out-of-town guests in-
I dueled Mr. and Mrs. Harry Denby,
I the bride's brother-in-law and sis-
[ler. Following the conclusion of
[their hoijeymoon, the couple will
|l>r at home at 820 West 43rd Court,
Miami Beach.
JKauffman, Kohn
[Troth To Unite
[Life-Long Friends
I)ec by Miss Estelle E. Kauffman and
[Stewart L. Kohn for their wedding
Staunton, Virginia. Their en-
gagement was recently announced
by the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
land Mrs. Samuel Kauffman, of
[Staunton, who have been lifelong
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
tohn. 660 West 45th Street. Mi-
ami Beach, parents of the groom-
tied.
Miss Kauffman graduated from
[Robert E. Lee High School in
[Staunton and attended Mary Bald-
Urn College in that city. She was
[recently connected with the adver-
b-inn department of the Richmond
|Times Dispatch.
Mr. Kohn received the BS de
Igree, tumma cum laude, at, the
I University of Florida, where he
Iwas a member of Beta Gamma Sig-
kma. Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Kappa
Phi. honorary' societies, and Tau
|Epsiloo Phi, social fraternity.
He recently passed the CPA ex-
lamination and is currently em-
ployed by the firm of .Harry Blu-
nnn & Co., Certified Public A-
[countar.ts.
I Welcome New Members
Flagier-Granada Jewish Commu-
Initj tenter will hold a member-
ship party in convention style on
Saturday evening. November 14th,
j 9 p.m. when all prospective, new
and present members will mingle
with members from their former
Mates. Parties will be held at var-
ious members' homes, where new
members will be introduced and
entertained before coining to the
center.
Mark Harry Citron
To Be Bar Mitzvah
Mark Barry Citron, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Citron, 3888
NW 6th Street, Miami, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Novem-
ber 14th, at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center, Rabbi Morris Skop and
Cantor Irving Robinson will offi-
ciate.
The Citrons will be hosts at the
Friday evening Oneg Shabbat and
the Saturday morning Kiddush in
honor of their son.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at Kinloch Junior
High School and is a member of
the Cotillion Club of the Coral Gab
les Jewish Center where he also
attends religious school.
A reception and dinner will be
held Saturday evening at the St.
Moritz Hotel. Guests of honor will
be the Bar Mitzvah's grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Finkel, of
Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Israel
Citron, "Trenton, New Jersey.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lear, Ansonia,
Connecticut; Mrs. David Nemzer,
Plain fie Id. New Jersey; Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Dubrow, Hartford, Con-
necticut; Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cit-
ron. New York City; and Mrs. Mor-
ris Citron, Brooklyn, all aunts and
uncles of the Bar Mitzvah.
Markowitz Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Robert Louis Markowitz," son of
Miami pioneers Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Markowitz, 801 NE 74th Street,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning, November 14th, at
Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate.
Robert is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Coburn School and at-
tends Beth David Religious School.
He is a member of the Temple Is
rael Cotillion dance group,
A reception will be held in his
honor on Sunday afternoon, 2 p.m.,
at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Among guests of honor will be the
Bar Mitzvah's grandfather, Louis
Markowitz, of Miami.
8(H) Guests Attend
Tobin Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Herbert To-
bin, son of Hollywood Beach Ho-
tel's Ben Tobin, was observed by
more than 800 honored guests who
converged on the hotel from all
parts of the country for the service
at Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach on Saturday morning and
for the reception in the Mardi Gras
Room of the Hollywood Beach Ho-
tel in the evening.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated at
the service with Cantor Samuel
Kelemer assisting. Rabbi Marius
Ransom, Fort Lauderdale, also of-
fered a response during the serv-
ice.
The evening reception and buf-
fet supper included among the hon-
ored guests Mayor and Mrs. Harold
Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Tyler, Phil Abramsohn, Arthur
Arndt, Donald C. Atwood, Vincent
Bragale, Mrs. Mary Briggs, Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. DiTullio. Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Gerecter, Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs.
William Kent. Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Kobsa. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Merriman,
Mrs. John A. Toomey, Rabbi and
Mrs. Ransom
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Highlighting the weekend will
be panel discussions, cultural
workshops, swimming and Israeli
dancing and singing. The cost for
the entire weekend, including
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course in golf instruction will be
given at the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Ceaeter, Town
Branch, on Monday evenings, be-
ginning November 16th, and con-
tinuing through the winter season.
George Astor, of the Sea Isle Ho-
tel, will once again be instructor
and has arranged the course so
that there will be special instruc-
tion periods for beginners and ad-
vanced golfers
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Chanukah Institute
The Dora Stein Sisterhood of the
Israelite Center will have its Chan-
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at the Center. Mrs. Israel Gold-
berg, chairman, and Mrs. Sam Zol-
linger, ticket chairman, are taking
reservations.
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-Jewish
FRIDAY, NOVFMiu^
Jewish Book Exhibit
At loach Library
: ho annual exhibit of Jewish
books under the theme. Jews In
V*ny Land<. continued by public
ct^and at the Bay Front Memo
r.j! Library- hui now been moved
t ;he Miami Beach Public Library.
TlH exhfbit. under the direction of
>:.-<. Joseph Duntov. is in celebra
of National Jewish Book
V nth and wil! renuin on view for
two week-
Similar exhibits will appear in
runy public schools and at meet-
ir.fcS of various Jewish organiza-
tions during Jewish Book Month
w.-.;ch is beui celebrated nation
from October 29th through No
\ caber 29th. Mrs Duntov said.
Book reviewing service, spon-
nori by the Bureau of Jewish
L .icatioa. i> now in full swine
v n review* by Mrs Cecilia Lip-
Ica. airs Dorothy Fink. Dr Don
IfaSSSsSSS. Manm Kurmar.
Y Mollie GUzer. Louis Schwartz
I m, Manuel Tropp and Ger>h>r:
X ller The -or. ;ce i* still avail-
to local rgan:zations during
ilk Book Month
radio programs for Jewi.-h Book
be announced soon for
? ATVJ. WIOI) ar.d WQAM
t the direction of Bernard
user radio pro
rection of Ber>l
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Golden Agers Meet
Dr. C J- Mathes. of the Dade
County Board of Health, will ad-
dress the Golden Age Friendship!
Group of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Town'
Branch, on Sunday. November 15th.
at 2.30 p.m Hta talk will cover'
the role which the Dade County
Board of Health plans to play in'
the health of the Golden Agers of
the community.
Arlington Hotel Is Site Of Judoeons'
Conclave Scheduled This Weekend
West Miami Lectures
Are Set For Mondays
A special course of lectures will
be given by Rabbi Alfred Waxman
on the subject. Customs And Cere-
monies Around The Jewish Calen-
der In Home And Synagogue, on ,
Monday eveningv 7 30 p.m.. at the |
West Miami Jewish Center. 5720'
SW 17th Street Rabbi Waxman I
will be the only lecturer in the'
series and will last for one hour
after which a question and answer -
period will take place. There is no j
registration fee.
books are also being stimulated
throughout the community by a
special committee of the Bureau
of Jewi>h Education headed by
Maurice Grossman. Special lists of
current books in English. Hebrew
and Yiddi>h are being distributed
b> the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
- to Mrs Duntov.
Fifty Senior Judaeans and Lead-
ers wijl gather at sundown Friday
to begin their annual weekend
Conclave at the Arlington Hotel,
announced Joseph Pardo. chair-
man of the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission, joint youth
agency of Hadassah and the ZOA
sponsoring the event.
Highlights of the educational
weekend will be services on Fri-
day night and Saturday morning
conducted by the Judaeans At the
Oneg Shobbat Saturday afternoon,
Louis Srhwartzaaaji. director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
speak on his recent trip to Israel,
and Joseph Parde. chairman ot the
commission, will conduct a singing
session of Israeli folk songs.
On Saturday night, an Israeli
Fair will be held .with a beach
party following, at which time
movies of Israel will be show* sad
stories told by Josef furi. Senior
Reubin Clein Talks
The Hens Club of the North, SS*S2;r7 eS*k." c
Shore Jewish Center will meet on i h*t. ..ceiwnt MMkiwr.
.- _k.. ,>, ., .w_ rmm llk acouaiwtance of tattled man. *>
N member 18th. 8 p.m.. at tne ten- )K( mltrilMn(. one able to tuooort
ter. Guest speaker will be Reubin a w.fe Mr*, k.. bo an. Miami ta.
Judaea's Israeli messenger who will
be a guest at the weekend. On Sun-
day. Peri will conduct a session
on Senior Judaea and the Tsofim.
The closing event will be an extem-
poraneous speaking contests for all
present. a*
Working on the arrangements-
are Mrs. B. Miller, Mrs. D. Mur
ray. Mrs. E. Lesowoder. Joseph Par-
do and Mr a Beatrice Solloway
Staff for the conclave will include
Mrs. Solloway Yosef Peri. Miriam
Schwemberg. Rooi Hyman. Linda
Bricklin. Eleanore Goodman and
David Goodwin.
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LY, WQVHxaER 13, 1953
+Je4sM9HrkU*r,
temple Beth Sholom Service Friday
dedicated To Sydney Greenberg
Services Friday evening at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom will be dedicated
E,i Sydney J. Greenberg, Beth Shol-
Ln educational director, on the oc-
casion of his completion of 25
tears of service to Jewish educa-
tion, according to an announce-
ment by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spir-
itual leader of the congregation.
Participants in the service will
L Dr. Azriel Eisenberg, executive
Lee president of the Jewish Edu-
cation Committee of New York;
hr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of Mi-
|nu; Louis Schwartzman, director
If the Bureau of Jewish Education
If Greater Miami; Samuel Segal,
[r, chairman of Beth Sholom Re-
ligious School; and Mrs. Irving B.
taplan. president of Beth Sholom
TA. Rabbi Kronish will officiate.
!ter graduation from Gratz Col-
fge, Greenberg pursued Hebrew
judies at Dropsie College. He
folds a degree of Master of Educa-
from Temple University. He
egan his teaching career in He-
rew schools and public high
bhools in Philadelphia. Greenberg
me to Beth Sholom from his
brmer posts as administrative as-
Istant to the executive director of
ie Associated Talmud Torahs and
jie Council on Jewish Education
Philadelphia.
Greenberg has been active in Zi-
nist, B'nai B'rith and Jewish
Duth activties and is the author
numerous articles both in gen-
ial and Jewish educational maga-
es. Three years ago, he was ap-
ointed Professor of Hebrew at the
Iniversity of Miami and was in
Irumental in setting up the He-
yew shelf at the University li-
rary. He has translated several
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U,M Of THE^VARIETIE!
Cutler Unveiling*
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abe Cut-
ler, formerly of 2012 SW 24th
Street, will take place Sunday, No-
vember 15th, 11 a.m on the
Roosevelt Knights of Pythias Plot
of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating. Mr. Cutler is survived
by his wife, Hannah, a son, Irwin,
of Miami; also four sisters, Mrs.
Edith Squires, of Cleveland, Ohio,
Mrs. Mary Berkowitz, of Akron,
Ohio, Mrs. Minnie Rose and Mrs.
Celia Smith, of Youngstown, Ohio;
also one grandchild. Mr. Cutler
was a member of the BPOE of Ak-
ron. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
PAGE 9 A
3B
Sydney J. Greenberg
of the poems of Bialik and Tchern-
ichovsky.
Greenberg is a member of the
National Council on Jewish Educa-
cation, Religious Education Associ-
ation, American Association of
University Professors of Hebrew,
Greater Miami Board of License
for Hebrew Teachers, Board of Di-
rectors of the Miami Beach ZOA
and Board of Directors of the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education.
An Oneg Shabbat in Greenberg's
honor will follow the service.
Rabbi Reviews Books
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will
review Eleanor Roosevelt's India
And The Awakening East and Dav-
id Ben-Gurion's Destiny And Re-
birth Of Israel at the open meeting
of the Sisterhood on Wednesday,
November 18th, 1 p.m., in the
Temple's banquet hall, according
to an announcement by Mrs. Sidney
8efcwrtz, vice president and pro-
gram chairman. Mrs. Bert S. Klee
is Sisterhood president.
Weiss Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Fanny
Weiss, formerly of 341 SW 30th
Road, will take place Sunday, No-
vember 15tM, 10 a.m., on the Beth
David Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Weiss is
survived by her husband Jules, a
son Harry, a daughter Rita, two
brothers, Henry and George, of
North Bergen, N.J.; also three sis-
ters, Mrs. Esther Brandes and Miss
Sadie Friedman, both of Jersey
City, and Mrs. Miriam Lesser, of
Revere, Mass. Mrs. Weiss was a
member of the Beth David Congre-
gational Sisterhood and also Aux-
iliary of Jewish War Veterans. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Palm-
er's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Beth El Institute
The Beth El PTA will sponsor
a Chanukah Institute on Thursday,
November 19th, 8 p.m.. according
to an announcement this week by
Mrs. H. Solloway, chairman. Di-
rector will be Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky.

LAKE
State Head Clears
Local Butcher
Harold Altman. of Mogen Dovid
Kosher Meat Products of Florida,
has received a letter from the Flor-
ida Department of Agriculture at
Tallahassee advising that a hear-
ing originally scheduled to probe
charges against him that he had
sold horse meat at his establish-
ment, 1987 SW 8th Street, Miami,
was cancelled.
Dated October 22nd, and written
by H. E. Carter, attorney for the
Department of Agriculture, the let-
ter said that "I am directed by
Honorable Nathan Mayo, Commis-
sioner of Agriculture, to advise
you that there will be no hearing
held by Dr. J. J. Taylor; State
Chemist, on the reported charge
against you for unlawfully selling
horse meat at your place of busi-
ness on September 29, 1953 .
and that the said reported viola-
tions by you will not be reported
for prosecution against you.
"This decision," the letter con-
tinued, "by the Commissioner to
not hold the proposed hearing nor
report the matter for prosecution
is based on information contained
in an unsigned letter dated Octob-
er 21, 1953, to Honorable Nathan
Mayo from Mr. Allan W. Neal, In-
spector, P. 0. Box 402, Riverside
Station. Miami. Florida, from
which it appears that Mr. Neal is
now satisfied that the charge made
against you, as outlined in the
notice served on you by Mr. Neal,
was what he refers to as a frame-
up against you and to which Mr.
Neal was an innocent party."
Delio CRUZ
For City Commissioner
A BUSINESSMAN who will bring
NEW INDUSTRIES to Miami
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Endorsed by ladies International
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FOR A NATIVE SOUTH FIORIDIAN
(I'd. l'olnical Adv.)
Vahe Favors
Citu Manager
Government
As the city commissioner race
was drawing to a close, John Red
Lake this week went on record as
favoring the city manager form of
government for Miami and also en-
dorsed the present city manager
who, he said, "is doing an excel-
lent job."
Lake also cited the need for im-
provements in Miami's law en-
forcement and juvenile delin-
quency programs.
The candidate pointed out that
the city has alert and capable po-
lice officers, but added, "they can
only be as effective as the policies
which govern them and the ordi-
nances which they enforce."
Juvenile delinquency calls for a
prompt investigation of causes.
Lake said, in order to eliminate
sources and contributing factors to
the problem.
"Support of the Metropolitan Mi-
ami Municipal Board in its studies
to eliminate waste and duplication
in city administration and opera-
tion is also an important plank in
my platform." Lake said.
Lake, a resident of Miami for 28
years, also calls for an aggressive
industrial development program to
help attract new industries to Mi-
ami, a change in the city charter
to prohibit the city commission
from granting variance permits un-
der zoning laws, expedition of
plans for the removal of the FEC
railroad station and elimination of
hazardous crossings, creation of a
master plan to provide long-range
traffic control and off-street park-
ing, revision of city ordinances reg-
ulating bail bond practices and an
immediate effort to improve Mi-
ami's credit standing in order to
secure lower rates of interest on
municipal indebtedness.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undi-r the flcMtloua name of
PALM ISLAND >K MIAMI, at Km
N.E Itth Street, Miami. Intend to
register said iisiiik- with th<- Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Made Count v,
Florida.
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IIE.MIY liEIXIIAKI)
NORMAN REINHARO
I'm tmi
HERMAN M BERK
Attorney for Partners
MO Lincoln ltod
11 ia-SO-27 12/4
IXUAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16406S
NAOMI SHOHllT AltlAII., I'lalnt.i.,
I s.
JAMB8 li. ARIAIL, Defendant.
... N.OT.'.9E By PUBLICATION
TO: JAM Eh l>. 'AMAM.
3'JK Richards Street. N.W.
Atlanta. Meorula
Yol", JAMES I). ARIAIL, are here".
hy notiried that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce linn been filed agal...L
you, and you are hereby required to
serve a copy of your answer or pli
hiK to said Kill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, ROBERT L
1:1.Ol i.MIIKKU. of 7 10 Seybold Bu'iii-
iiur, Miami ii, Florida, and file the
original answer or pleading in that
of lice of the Clerk of the Or. lit
Court in and for I>ade County, Flor-
ida, on or before the 1".Ih day of
December, IMS, if you fall to do -
judgment by default w ill be take i
against you for the relief demanded
in the Mill of Complaint.
DATED at Miami. Hade Countv,
Florida, this l'lth dav of November,
Met.
B. II. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the CtrouH Co
liy w.vi. \\. stocki:. ;
Deputy Clerk
11/13-20-27 12/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uu.t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name <
MIAMI IIEACH FoKEKiX CAR
SALES, al 111 W Hal St.. Mia I
Beach, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
CORONET MOTORS. It .
a r lorlda Corporation
THEODORE It NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
11/13-20-27 12/4
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO A LI. TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COMIC, GREET-
INGS:
This is to certify that, whereas,
Martin Abrams. Miami. Florida
Lawrence Imbci, Miami Beach,
Floi i
George Kastenbaum, Miami lt<
Florid
did on the 23rd day of October. A.D.
1152, cause to be incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 101*96. L& s I
of I lorlda. Acts of IMS GREEN-
WOOD FILM SERVICE, INC., a cor-
poration, with its principal place of
business al Miami Beach, I>a ty, in the State of Florida, and whs
as the stockholders of said oorponttlo i
did on the 6th day of Xovember. A I '.
IMS, cause to be filed in the office
of the Secretary of State of the Bl
of Florida a consent ol all the sto
holders under the provisions of s.< d
Chapter 6HK. I.aws of Florida, Ad i
19"iS, requesting the dissolution of
snid corporation, therefore the Sec -
tare of State is satisfied that s- I
corporation has complied with the ie.
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Seal of the State of Flori1'.
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the sixth day of Novem-
ber, All IMS.
It. A. GRAY,
Secretary of state.
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Mrs. Meyers Named To Vacancy
On School Board By Charley Johns
l Death Utenq Mrs Anna
-r Meyers .!- Twain
i Couat> School
\ _ Mrs M eeeati Mi'
promt-
Mrs Mej
<-. v three years
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point ra k hjr
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week that
r the fact

the community.
I will S- rerj
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. i x ~ >ld the naJaact
>:' power < reprea
N 1 -.nee the Board mem-
up the [IInitIlion !'> enter the
Brooklyn Jewi-h MoapMal r-'ir-o-'
trainir which -hi' w.:>
graduated H .. aarai
She later entered rural i
health nursin-- for the Red Croat
From ,,i th<>
rural p nI *
\ : Jewish
\ i York.
ran stodyiag m th<- eve
n Law S
red her d
She Ban been in that pro:

..... v M Ml
ami Batta*. make
I West Di Lido
1 hristmas Irqt's
Until I'ush
Kand> Chn-trra*. Candida:
this eek
called on his friend* and support
ne final push" before
Tuesda> 's primary
I: are eoatJaae to work as hard
as we have in the last few weeks."
he said, "our place in the run-off
will be assured '
Throughout this eamr.
Christmas Canny Speaks For Moe Hellman Dies
Slum Clearance 'in New York a*,,,
0T* At ty
f KB-:,
Huih Cannv. Miami city com- Moe Hellr ,
ion candidate. thLs week said race. Di I Miiiw ^
that tin- city charter should *ed Tu. T?8**!
changed W provide that the city City Mr H vrlw. k!!ln
manager shall be given a contract a resident here i r ,i,:. '
pf .rrployment." years, was 60 ;., ,,r. 0(, J*9
i ny wourni up his campaign Mr. H. .
here reaffirming Us udvocation of a funeral d.:- -'.: '
slum clearance and low cost pub- al home- an |
!;c h.u-:.: Referring to Miami -
traffic problem, he said he favored
lion 4>t parking meters
which will provide 12 minutes time
for 1 cent.
' I a!so want downtown parkins
"" at
gen sen ic .-
1743 Bay R
past presad< F B
B nai Brith i g
York, be al-
iged u>
facilities but not at the taxpayer-' Knights of qq& b
Wee Son-
- now split 2 to : on top I clean fightattending strictly to
own business, not smearing
other candidates or spreading rum
-:ra::\e policies
The important thing." Mr* Me>
ers sj :hat a woman had
appointed M a policy making
.^a and that s what the busi-
a icd professional women of
this area have bee- t.....- *'
Mrs Mtyen h-as been a member
M Miami Business and Pre-
staee 1SS6-
ors about them I shall continue
that policy for the rest of the cam
paten "
Christmas also pointed out that
he :< an "independent candidate.
not connected with any other can
controlled or in-! as a city without secunty and
id progress This is apparent
Henley Cells For
Modernizotion Program
Jack Horsle>. 39-year-old
ance man and candidate for the
Miami city commission, continued
his campaign schedule this week
with a slate of crric and fraternal
club talcs which call for "a mod-
emuauon program."
-Political tuckering and politi
cal factions within the ranks of
city commission m recent years
hive been a hurdle in the path of
Miami's future." Horsley declared.
The rest of the nation looks at us
dtdate and not
flnenced by n> group or individ-
ual."
\pcnse." he said.
Henderson Soys He Will
"Represent, Kef Rule"
J B Sonny Henderson stepped
up his campaign for a seat on the
Miami city commission this week
with addresses before Greater Mi-
ami civic clubs in which he urged
' voters to '"review the qualifica-
tions of all the candidates before
making a choice."
Henderson started out an active
week of campaigning Monday with
an address before a group of bus-
inessmen at the Edison Center
Lions Club He made several other
talks to similar organizations this
week
Henderson pointed to his experi-
ence as assistant city manager and
department head. "We must have
qualified and experienced men in
office." he said.
Henderson, now a Miami busi-
nessman, pledged he would rep-
resent, not rule" if elected-
Tbere is a strong temptation
S s a member aad legislative .
.-, --j- : On Da* .'.-.> Phi- -------------------------------
aa-sOaaa. Konsterhoim Hill-
She founded and as past pees; ,
dent of the FVnda Federation of Mlt/vall At ACiUlClllV
by our unusually low credit rating. tor ,b*s* ** serr* government

with the country's financial firms.'
he added
~To accommodate oar rapid
growth we must first eliminate the
problems which are decidedly
backward, out-dated and unwant-
ed I'm speak rag about the oat-
dated railroad tracks aad mi sight -
1) downtown railroad rtataom. the
flooded candirmm after a normal
mm. ilunii which stand within the
shadows mi our dewatwwm sky-
scrapers, traffic conjejta and
poor downturn u parking fantaies,
Uomea Lawyer emher ana .\axon Fensterketm. son of Mr
pest treasurer of the federation s ^^ jj,, Jack Feasterweiai. 1638
nan.mil orgaauatiee and is trea* j^^non Street. Hoiljwood. wiU
arar of s mtematioaal ftwtiarw become Bar Mozvah on Saturday.
She is a mtmbtr of the Soreno -riiiimhii lota, at the Hebrew
Chah of Ham and the Miami Academy Raohi Alexaoder S
>na>. FVnda and Amen- oroas will officiate,
can Bar \ x-oonwm t% Bar Mitrvah. a pupil ol the
a i-rector oi the Greater giadaatwn class, has been attend-
-. Federatxm aad past me the Academy smce September. \ Kai:v torB up streets, broken down
the Conference of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ docks along the waterfront and
Txanrratioms of I PPI^^^_--^^^tB I ^^^ t*rhage coilertioB and clean-
Daar and Brwward Ceamtaes. She I ^^a| ^h. usg-up program for all parts of the
r her fowrth year of | ^ & Horsley declared.
'-- v" a^n^^ ^^1 ^There are other problems de-
al taiaxag our growth aad progress.
^TV*0! ^ bt these an in^hlems whach
a natrve of Pobad -^ ^ ^ ,,,,,, znMl^ ^ p,,.
bat spent her chudaoed m New
"ocaectic-jt. when she re-
-er elementary aae
She became a school teacher at
. 1 >*!--
to divorce themselves from the
peopleto feel different and su-
perior, as if they were on the in-
side of btg things." Henderson said
"This feeling leads even to con-
tempt for the people. 'Government
work ha* a powerful attraction for
those who feel that they must boss
and rule. They think that they
name can decide what is good. If
the people dont lake it the peo-
ple are wrong'." he added
Henderson concluded by saying.
-I will humhlv aad faithfully rep-
resent you. not try to rule you."*
District of the /
of Amenci
dom Lodge
Mr. Hellmar. sas past m
of the Cz< Ejckm
Lodge and the le-
gation and be! r.ged to the 141
of Miami Beacb Miami
Chamber of 1 ~merce.
Beach Better Business,,]
Florida State N York Stale 1
Metropolitan om
Association 1 y.0'.ar
and Car O*- tiaual
New York
He belonged Satntdj
neral Directors \-^oaataiJ
ish Funeral Directors of Al
aad the Miami Beach
Ownen' A-~'<. y Actn* |
civil, philanthrop.c and I
organizations Inea&y and j
ry. Mr Hellnur :<--^disv|_H
purchasing spec.^.jed ^nna||
for the new add.". to ^sl^|
home hen.
He is Banned -;. his ti
tha. Miami Beacr. uaghte
Bernstein and sa.-aa Shina,!
Beach: and >:-- Elm mi i|
wick. Miami Beach .-.d NevYeJ
He also leave- : raacSia|
Patricia and Scot: Saatili.
Katal wen Thandayalgl
York City
North Dade Donor Aiiaiii|
Sisterhood : r- Nori Deal
Jewish Center .- pa k 1 can
party Snaday Nr^watc 15th, 1*1
p m. at the Ce.-vr frxeedsBJ
to the Center A ^mdaea will al|
so he held on V -tali:.:
ber lath. 11 3C 1 -
Bachelor To Be Chosen As Ideal
Man By Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter
Flwriaiaa Foatvre
do all I possibly cam to 1 Imam a 1 Miami Beach is a hard town
those that can be eliminated, aad | which to establish a tradition. I
I will cijntmwt fifhttog those proh- taut of the tourist trade aad
--- *zach 'a*.-. a .t; raaga ?--= eTi: "-ra-"->ero of th* aayalKwaa
.- ^bey tco an eliminated" a sooal event, to become traditaoc
Horsley saad aL must pass the aad test. Aad a
social event for vowag adults in the
Miami area
testfm yean, to he
Ideal Man Dance.
is that each
M:ami ana s i.i>Mi
elors. the Id> ^J9^
is eh men by h*i;s :f pno*"n
will hegm the r:-.-.*: '*
gwest arrives a.-.: -- praga"
creUy" taraagh --be etea^
A::*r Ikaaae ->^-'
thMt by Rack MarO :^tein
.w, ag at the Aimcc Loua|e.tM<
for the utk of Weal f
ced The saaaj
ah an
" ':
Greater Miami m hSr Sherry VnSeaaTlloteL SJ^
15th tie 4a i\
ic*i. Man Daal
w
PfclM J
raan EdSrurd Cooea.
d Mr. aad Mra. feck Dt
1X1 "A'est Avenue. wJI ceia-
kaeaa ^-5 5cr Ntavai S;-
_r3cv. Noreciber 1-ltfe. at 9m
Masam Bacci laegam
Robot bv-jag Lehrraas ml e*-
r. A
gxas Schaal at
Baach >wst Ce.
ets'Jw aaaath grade
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Jaaaot rfiah School
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XV. NOVEMBER 13, 1953
*Jewlst> ncrkfton
PAGE 11 A
on Kaplan Reelected President Of
iuthern Section Of Welfare Board
iore than 300 people from the I the Jewish Community Center
Southern States witnessed movement.
The Centennial celebration end-
ed with the presentation, by Sam
Ilirsch and his Casablanca players
reelection of Leon Kaplan, of
mi as president of the South-
Section-JWB, at its meeting
,.,k in the Delano Hotel, Mi-
ll Beach.
The meetings of the convention.
lich were directed by Mrs. Mil-
Sirkin, convention chairman,
Stanley C. Myers, president of
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
Center, heard addresses from
nuel D. Gcrshovitz, of New
rk executive vice president of
[b' and Mrs. Walter E. Heller,
Handel Sites Long:
Record In Office
In the only television appear-
ance he plans to make before the
Tuesday primary election, Louie
Bandel cited his long record of
public service, stating that those
of a dramatic production, entitled! who take time t0 scru*>n' >L
A Gift For David, which was
especially written for the centen-
nial.
The following were elected to
serve as officers and Board mem-
bers of the Southern Section JWB
for the coming year with President
Kaplan: honorary president, Dr.
William A. Wexler, Savannah; vice
presidents, Aaron Brenner, Mem-
phis, Julian Zander, Nashville, Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. Miami, and Dr. Nate
Goldstein, New Orleans; treasurer,
j George Berke, Chattanooga; secre-
I tary, Gilbert Delugach, Memphis;
| Board of Governors,' Dave White,
Houston, Dr. William A, We^Jer,
Savannah, Eph Charninsky, San
Antonio, David Slann, Atlanta,
Henry Shonfield, Savannah, Meyer
N. Kronenberg, Birmingham, Abe
Dumas, Charleston, Jay Markowitz,
Tampa and Milton Sirkin, Miami.
Following the convention, the
professional staff of the Jewish
Community Centers in the South-
ern Section held ah in-service train-
ing institute. They studied the use
of programming in achieving Jew-
ish objectives in the Center, the
Institute was directed by Alex Ros-
en, staff member of the JWB Bur-
eau of Personnel and Training.
leon Kaplan
Chicago, chairman of the Jew-
renter Division of JWB.
nc highlight of the JWB con-
Bon was the celebration of the
In anniversary of the Jewish
pmunity Center movement. The
Bates rededicatcd themselves
further development of the
|.sh Community Center move-
g that it may continue to
its significant, role in Jewish
Diniiity life."
jlton ^"kinof M+m,^h#ir-
of the Section Centennial
kmittee. paid tribute to the sig-
bant leadership which had been
Bered by the many Jewish com-
pity leader* in the South, who
made a vital contribution to
Wins Superior Citation
Sam Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe S. Smith, 1450 Lincoln Terrace.
Saturday won a rating as "Supe-
rior member of the House of Rep-
resentatives" at Tallahassee. Smith,
who is a student at Miami Beach
High School, was awarded the cita-
tion as Florida high school students
ended a two-day congress in the
capital.
would find it "one of accomplish-
ment and achievement."
Bandel reminded the viewers
that he served them 10 years as a
municipal night court judge and
originated the idea of broadcasting
traffic cases over the radio. Many
cities throughout the nation have
since copied this procedure.
As a judge, he sought to educate
rather than punish minor traffic
offenders and also set up the traf-
fic school for this purpose, his
supporters explained.
Another of his accomplishments,
Bandel 4*iH Was* having Nfegro po-
licemen patrol the Negro areas.
While serving two years as a city
commissioner, Bandel authored the
ordinance "which is accomplishing
an orderly cleanup of the slum
areas," and spearheaded the move
for the new swimming pools now
being enjoyed.
"My record will reflect that I
consistently voted for the low bid-
ders on all city purchase contracts
and, also, sponsored Bayfront Park
music concerts which so many of
us enjoy," Bandel said.
The former city commissioner
and municipal court judge said his
major goals as a member of the
Miami city commission will be the
Miss Marx To Speak
,-,,M,jas.,JffcreMefl^IW#W WiU lad
dress the discussion group of the
Henrietta Szold Hadassah at the
home of Mrs. Louis King, .1346 Al-
ton Road, Miami Beach, on Novem-
ber 18th, 1 p.m. Miss Marks will
discuss the Arab refugee situation.
man. Town Branch, Mrs. George
Simon, Flagler-Granada, and Mrs.
Frieda Max, acting for the head
teacher at the Beach Branch.
The Chanukah Song Workshop
will be devoted to learning and
singing Chanukah songs. Robert
Strassberg will lead the groups at
the Town and Beach Branches, and
Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag will con-
duct the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center Song Institute.
A display of Chanukah mate-
rials, such as picture books, story
books, Chanukah records, Chanu-
kah Menorahs, special Chanukah
recipes and other materials appro-
priate for the celebration of Chanu-
kah in the home will be shown.
UCC Plans Chanukah Institute At
iree Branches Beginning Nov. 17th
nanukah Institute for parents Branch. These are Mrs. Jules Fried-
he conducted at the three
^ler Miami Jewish Community
jter Branches, Town Branch at
[S\V 16th Avenue, Flagler-Gra-
Jewish (enter at 50 NW 51st
fe. and the Beach Branch, 1536
Road, on Tuesday, November
through Thursday, November
at 8 p.m.
rpn m ntatives of all the center
Ups from the PTA of the Nurs-
Sclmols through the Golden
Friendship Club make up the
lukah Institute Planning Corn-
fees in each Branch under the
tlance of Israel Silver; Harry
"is and Nisson Pearl, Branch
ctors.
he Chanukah Institute Planning
umittees at the three Branches
Town Branch, Mrs. Seymour
*tt, Nursery School PTA chair
Mr. Wilbur Nadel, Mrs. Na-
.Sciden, Mrs. Jack Toppell and
Alexander Rothman; Flagler-
nada Branch, Mrs. Maurice
\n, Nursery School PTA chair-
Harold Strumpf; Pfenning
limittee chairman, Mrs. Bernard
t. Mrs. Harry Dansky, Mrs.
Clein, Mr. and Mrs. Berry
P". Mr. Maurice Shaw, Mrs. Jess
pd. Mrs. Harry Hirsh and Mrs.
Shapiro; Beach Branch, Mrs.
-Zibit, Nursery School PTA
f*"an, Mrs. Joseph Oberstein
Mrs. Abraham Shapiro.
P* Institute will present three
*s of Chanukah Workshop pro-
^jning. The Chanukah story
*' given by Louis Schwartz-
director of the Bureau of
Education. He will also
r "ilm slides illustrating the
fjiukah celebration.
E^Arts and Crmfta Workshop
** Riven by the head teachers
e Nursery School in
Gurion Will Not Stay On;
Eshkol Refuses Post
Continued from Page 1 A
thoy insist that he surrender the
Finance portfolio which he now
holds; Mr. Eshkol will not agree.
In a statement to the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, Mr. Eshkol said
that he had told Premier Ben-
Gurion, as well as the central com-
mittee of the Mapai Party, that he
was not ready to accept the prem-
iership.
Allindications were that the
General Zionists would agree to
remain in a reorganized Cabinet
following Mr. Ben-Gurion's with-
drawal, which they regret. How-
ever, they demand the vice prem-
iership and a part of the functions
of the Treasury.
Jerusalem Meeting
Airs Israel's Future
Continued from Page 1 A
aware of the central role of Amer-
ican Jewry in Israel's future de-
velopment, calls for the fullest
measure of devotion and service to
the task of strengthening Israel's
economic foundations. We further
urge that a supreme effort be un-
dertaken with mutual cooperation
and understanding to meet Israel's
increased needs through the prin-
cipal financial channels of the
United Jewish Appeal and the Is-
rael Bond drive."
Dov Joseph. Minister without port-
folio, outlined the various possibil-
Levine Says He
Runs Independently
Miami city commission candidate
Victor Levine, in the closing phas-
es of his campaign, this week
stressed the fact that he is running
independently and is "unaffiliated
with any past or present city com-
mission or candidate."
The attorney pledged to vote in-
depently and explained that "vot-
ing independently will best serve
the interests of Miami taxpayers."
Meanwhile, Levine proposed a
plan that would be financed by
self-liquidating bonds and approv-
ed by the taxpayers for a traffic
belt around Miami to speed the
flow of traffic here.
ities for mineral and other natural
constructing of additional "storm | r,es.ou,rce.s 'Ifvelopment and pre-
sewers and an adequate drainage
system in addition to a consolidat-
ed transportation center away from
congested traffic.
Bandel said it is imperative that
a separate department of research
and industrial development be re-
activated to attract more light in-
dustry to this area. Other points in
his program call for the building
of more swimming pools, and "tot-
parks'X-^il project he fathered
while1 'fleH'ing on the commission
two 'years agoand an extensive
prbgra* 6* sttfeet wWeHingfl'imd
paving*.
dieted that Israel would be viable
within a short time and that its
economic independence was assur-
ed "if we carry on the job of de-
veloping our country unhampered
by lack of fundsif we have the
implements and financial means to
finish the job."
Masadc Oneg Shabbat
Masada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will be hosts
at an Oneg Shabbat on Friday
night, 8:30 p.m., at the home of
Gilbert Rappaport, 1121 8th
Street. Rappaport. who is Florida
director for the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will discuss Zion-
ists Work For Today And Tomor-
row.
Luck Stresses Need
For Industry Here
Morris Luck. Miami city com-
mission candidate, this week stress-
ed the need for the city commis-
sion to further Miami's growth and
development.
"This will bring the city's resi-
dents gainful employment and help
the area in its remarkable expan-
sion process," Luck said.
Arab Refugees Discussed
Miss Margaret Marx will discuss
the Arab refugee problem at a
meeting of the Ben Gurion Branch,
Farband, on Wednesday evening,
November 18U. 8 P.m.,at Beth El
, Congregation, according to an an-
Ll.1t /_ ? wtJ?i "Bl-iHS,! nouncement this week by DrVfearry
H. Queen, president. Miss Marx is
affiliated with the South Florida
Zionist Council.
lqi'
HI-
important for Miami's orderly
growth," Bandel explained.
Friends and supporters of Louie
Bandel are invited to attend a cof-
fee on Sunday, November 15th, at
10 a.m., at Jonesy's Restaurant,
3651 SW 8th Street.
Hearn Tells Voters To
Know Candidates
On the basis that there is no
substitute for experience, B. E.
Hearn this week said that he is a
candidate for the Miami City Com-
mission in the election set for Tues-
day, November 17th.
Since 1910, the veteran plumbing
contractor has played a part in Mi-
ami's life, his supporters indicate,
and he believes that Miami needs
the economical business-like admin-
istration "that his many years of
successful experience can bring to
the city."
Born in Hernando County, near
Brooksville, 62 years ago, he was
graduated from Dunedin High
School. He attended the old Pres-
byterian College of Florida at Eus-
tis which closed its doors in 1911.
Since then, he has taken courses in
business management and engi-
neering from the University of
Florida.
US Criticism Of
Genocide Flayed
Continued from Page 1 A
Lodge made his statement outside
of the United Nations, no cogni-
zance could be taken oLJt by the
UN. The statement read* follows:
'The United States vdxed for the
resolution concerning genocide as
the best way of showing that the
United States abhors the crime of
genocide. Our vote is not a com-
mitment as to the timing of action
by the United States on the geno-
side convention, either on behalf of
the executive or legislative branch.
Neither is it a judgment against
possible reservations designed to
clarify the convention and assure
its conformity with the United
States Federal system of justice.
"Furthermore, the United States
does not interpret the resolution as
authorizing propaganda in the
United States in relation to a mat-
ter pending before the United
States Senate."
Lehman Attacks Statement
The American Government was
charged this week by Senator Her-
bert H. Lehman with attempting
"to dictate" to the UN Secretary
General how to act on the Genocide
Convention which outlaws mass
murder on racial or political
statement circulated by the Amer-
The charge was based on the
statement circulated by the Amer-
ican delegation at the United Na-
tions after the UN General Assem-
bly adopted a resolution calling on
all nations for speedy gratification
of the Genocide Pact. The. Amer-
ican statement said that the US
does not interpret the resolution as
authorizing propaganda in the
United States on the .genocide is-
Rohan I'ryen
Litcal Planning
Laurence B Rohan. Jr., candi-
date for the Miami city commis-
sion, is a practicing attorney, 35
years of age. His wife is the for-
mer Rose Mary' Kane. The Rohans
have six sons and one daughter
and reside at 2621 Nocatee Drive.
Rohan said this week that he is
campaigning on a platform of plan-
ning and progress to meet the fast
growing population needs here. He
urged the creation of a planning
board of appeals to save the com-
mission time for more important
matters.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1953
SEC. B
nhoff's Book
In World Jewry
leceives Praise
DP BOY DOES NOT WANT TO Gfl 'HOME'
By The World News Service
NEW YORKThere was only one decision Supreme Court Justice
Levy could make, but when he announced it there was heart-rending
weeping from the child who was the pawn of the litigation.
The child of five could not have realized what the legal battle
was about, but his heart told him what his mind did not possibly
grasp. Herman was an Infant of one year when his parents, Benno and
Irene Berkowitz, left him in a children's hospital in Czechoslovakia,
Where they -were DP inmates. Subsequently, and for reasons not ade-
quately explained, the hospital approved adoption of the child by
another Jewish family, Mr. and Mrs, Fisher. When the parents learned
that the child was with the Fishers, who then resided in Israel, they
too went to Israel where they began and lost a lawsuit for the return
of the child.
In the meantime, the Berkowitz family settled in the US where,
by sheer accident, Mrs. Berkowitz recognized her child in a New York
hospital. The Fishers, it seems, had settled in the US in 1951.
The lawyer for the Berkowitz family offered a document which,
he told the court, proved that a court in Vienna had voided the adop-
tion proceedings. The lawyer ior the Fishers asked for time to examine
the authenticity of the document.
The court adjourned final judgment to January 11th, but ordered
that the child in the meantime be delivered in the custody of his
rightful parents. As the parents extended their waiting arms to the
child, he broke out into weeping, resisting embraces he did not under-
stand. He would neither be cajoled nor enticed into joining his parents.
Whether he will ever forget the force that was used is a matter that I
only experts of the human pattern can possibly determine.


Hirschmann Will Be Honor Guest At
Bond BIG '3' Dinner November 24th
Harry Simonhoff
.. book recently published
V. ill known Miami attorney Har-
Simonhoff has written a new
t, Under Strange Skies, which
enjoying a popular reception
oughout the country, according
reports received here.
IT he author, a communal worker
note, is a long-time Miami resi-
st. His book was recently pub-
Ihed by the Philosophical Library
iNew York City and is receiving
nraWe ;ind lengthy reviews in
|ding newspapers and literary
pplements throughout the coun-
lctivc:y interested in educatieu-
|a.~d historical endeavors, Simon-
IfS book traces his world trav-
n some 36 foreign lands dur-
the past few years. His early
filings appeared in The Jewish
pridian under the title, I'll Say,
|d included direct and overseas
\\ "- from Europe and Africa
ting 1951 and 1952.
Simonhoff is the son of the late
verend Jacob J. Simonhoff who, |
' 22 years, officiated at B'rith!
Dlom Congregation in Charles-
South Carolina. He attended
1 Bennett School there and was I
mted the AB degree at the Col-i
e of Charleston. He was a stu-j
hi of the late Nathaniel Wright;
phenson, formerly Professor of j
story at the College, as well as
L M. Harrie, Professor English,
glish.
A noted Charleston reviewer, in
king note of Simonhoff-. book,
id that Under Strange Skies con-
ns "the kind of writing to be
pected from an admirer of the
ie Professor Harris for whom
rry Simonhoff still maintains
J same veneration as in the days
fhen he sat at the feet of that
ofound thinker and searching
ucator ... and reveals on every
ge the influence and impact of
days with Professor Stephen-
For five years, Simonhoff subse-
r.tly practiced law on Broad
Irect in Charleston and represent
Charleston County in the State
'use of Representatives during
1921-1922 sessions.
In 1925, he moved to Florida,
fherc he became active in Miami's
wish cultural, education and
i'lanthropic endeavors. He lent
us efforts to the Greater Miami
ewish Federation, the Bureau of
B*ish Education, the Bureau Li-
rary. the Zionist Organization,
'iki B'rith and the Israel Bond
Rive,
Simonhoff was one of the foun-
ds of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
"e, directed the first organized
mpaign for funds for the Joint
"stribution Committee in Miami
Ira Hirschmann, business execu-
tive, author, diplomat and patron
of the arts, will be guest of honor
at the Israel Bond Organization's
Big 3 dinner in the Algiers Hotel
on Tuesday, November 24th, it was
announced here by Mrs. Louis Glas-
str, Greater Miami chairman.
The symbol "3" represents dedi-
cation, devotion and deeds to Is-
rael, Mrs. Glasser explained. Reser-
vations to the event may be made
at the Israel Bond office. Mrs.
GlasSPr reported that a dinner com
mittee is presently in formation.
Hirschmann. in the business
world, has served as vice president
of such New York department
stores as Lord & Taylor, Saks Fifth
Avenue and Bloomingdales.
His frequent visits to the capitals
of Europe and the Middle East
gave him a background that proved
invaluable during World War II,
when he was appointed Special At-
tache of the US Embassy in An-
kara, Turkey, and special repre-
sentative of the War Refugee
Board set up by President Roose-
velt to bring thousands of refu-
gees out of the Balkans.
In 1946, Hirschmann was ap-
pointed Special Inspector General
of the United Nations Relief
Rehabilitation and resettlement of newcomers such as these
and the role of American Jews is cne of the principal subjects
on the agenda for the national conference on Israel problems
and planning, November Nth and 15th. at the Conrad Hilton
Hotel in Chicago. The United Israel Appeal, chief benefici-
ary of the nationwide United Jewish Appeal, is sponsoring the
conference which will be attended by more than 1,500 dele-
gates.
and Rehabilitation Administra-
tion. Five years later, ne was elect-
ed president of the Foundation to
Insure the Future of Israel, visit-
ed Israel and served as a liaison
between the American Embassy
and Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion.
Out of Hirschmann's experiences
in fighting Nazism and helping to
formulate American foreign policy
have come a number of books, of
which the best known are Nazism:
An Assault On Civilization, Life
Line To A Promised Land and The
Embers Still Burn, tne last of
which deals with the resurgence
of Nazism in Germany.
Hirschmann served for a decade
as a member of the Board of Edu-
cation of New York City, was chair-
man of the Board of Trustees of
the New School for Social Research
from 1935 to 1937. and served as
chairman of the March of Dimes
campaign in Manhattan in 1950.
Ira HirsckmaHn
during the late '20's and early
'30*s and was one of the organiz-
ing chairmen and leaders of the
Anti-Defamation League.
In 1950, he left the United States
on the first of two world tours in
as many years. Under Strange
Skies contains his impressions
gleaned from these travels. The
book is also devoted to a section
on the rise of the Jewish popula-
tion in Greater Miami from its be-
ginning with Isidor Cohen, a lone
pioneer, to the present.
Currently, Simonhoff is working
on a second book in New York
City. He is also the author of a
weekly column, American Nota-
bles, nationally syndicated by Sev-
en Arts Features. Under Strange
Skies is recommended reading by
the Jewish Book Guild which calls
the work "a heartfelt tribute to
Jews all over the world and an un-
usual reading experieaee, particu-
larly 'or the American Jew." It
may be obtained at leading book
stores here.
Together with his bride of sever-
al months, the former Miss Use
Danzinger, Simonhoff is expected
to return to Miami sometime in
November.
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GLOBAL
NCRAC To Study Violence
Against Jews In Conference
NEW YORK 1WNS1 How Jew-
ish organizations and Jewish com-
munities may prevent and guard
.ieainst anti-Semitic violence, van-
dalism and threats will be the sub-
ci of a three-day conference here
"on December 12th through 14th.
.1 the Committee of Reassessment
1 the National Community Rela-
- \ pj Council The De-
.mber meeting w:ll draw upon
e judgments of social scientists
nd scholars as well as community
vlations technicians and Jewish
jv leader-
SHORTS'jMnior Re<*,Cro$s
Zionist Council Asks Rabbi
Silver To Become Active
NEW YORK iWNSi A reso
lution calling for the return of Dr
Abba Hillel Silver to active leader
ship of the movement was adopted
by acclamation at the extraordi
nary session of the National Zion
i-t Administrative Council, the rul-
ing body of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, held here.
FRIDAY, NOVEMHtd ^
Mrs. Shulman Named
Notional Hadassah Head
WASHINGTON (WNS> Adop-
tian of a S9.000.000 budget for
1953-54 and the election of Mrs
Xebecca Shulman as national presi-
eM marked the closing business
-ion of the 39th annual conven-
tion of Hadassah. Mrs. Shulman.
(dressing the banquet session.
iced hope that the United States
'lovernment. "which is in the fore-
:ront of the struggle for a free
.vorld. will continue to view Amer-
an-Israel partnership as one of
he best guarantees for a free
:d."
UJA Will Hold Three-Day
National Meet Next Month
JERUSALEM (JTA) The an-
nual national conference of the
United Jewish Appeal, which will
last three day* will open in New
York on December 11th. it ww
announced hcfe by Edward M. M.
Warburg, general chairman of the
UJA. prior to his departure from
Israel where he participated in the
extraordinary eeonomic discus-
sion which t.Vflt place here last
week Warburg emphasized that
in the light of these discussions,
the forthcoming UJA conference
will be "one of the most important
UJA meetings ever held."
Given Jail Sentence For
Murdering 21 Jews
FRANKFURT (WNS.Although
wtnes-e- testified that he had ibol
21 Jews in a -table at the infamous
:3uchenwald concentration camp,
.l.-mnch Emde. former SS man
:it hlock leader at Buch
nwald. was given this week a jail
term of emht \ear- by a court at
Another degenerate, a
kajwi". or trusty, by the name of
b Tannenbaum. was sentenc-
es by the Court of
Vssizes at Nuremberg
Ben-Gorion Opens New Pork
Dedicated To Dr. Weizmann
TEL AVIV [JTA) "Web-
in Jewish history i
the great ruler- and j
- 1 eld and as the foremost
architect <( "ur sovereign st
I in these time-.' Premier Da-|
Ben-CJurion told several thous-
hd gathered at the
: Israel's first President to
rk the t'>rmal opening of Yad
./mann. the Weizmann memori-
al park which will include his
e at Rehovoth. the grounds of
w.-i/mann Institute "1 Science
: hi- tomb and a specially built
.ive to house hi- papen
5,000 New Yorkers Urge US
To Act For Peace In East
NEW YORK iJTA'The United
States and the United Nations were
urged to take prompt action to
bring about an immediate Arab-
Israel peace at a meeting here at
Manhattan Center attended by-
more than 5.000 people The rally
al.-o launched an emergency cam-
paign for State of Israel Bonds
Major speaker at the rally, in-
cluded Congressmen Emanuel bel-
ter, Jacob K Javits and Franklin
D. Roosevelt. Jr.; Avraham Har-
mon. Consul General of Israel: Dr.
Israel Goldstein, chairman of the
executive committee of the New-
York bond drive; and Benjamin
I Abrams. chairman of the Greater
Nm York Committee for State of
Israel Bondv
MizrocM If
ler
Not to Resign From Office
NEW YORK (JTA) Rabbi Mor-
decai Nurok. Mizrachi leader and
member of the Israel Parliament
who is now visiting the United
States, Issued a call here for a
"political armistice" among all Zi-
onist groups m I-rael and outside
of the Jewi-h Stair Re empha-
sized that all group- must request
Premier David Ben -durum to re-
tain hi- po-t "because we have no-
body who can replace him "
Plans Campaign
Annual membership campaign
conducted by the Junior Red Cross
swung into actipu this week in
Dade's public, parochial and pri-
vate schools in an effort to eclipse
tsal years enrollment of 84.495
student-
Meetings of students have been
scheduled in virtually every school
for the purpose of hearing Junior
Red Cross ideals discussed and or-
ganizing both new and former
members into student groups. Mrs.
Clarence Williamson. Junior Red
Cross chairman for Dade County,
said here. *
Mrs. Williamson, besides serving
as volunteer chairman, is principal
of Shadowlawn School.
The Junior Red Cross program
in Negro schools will be carried
on under the direction of Prof.
Charles Williams, principal of
Booker T Washington School.
In public elementary and high
schools. Junior Red Cross members
will be grouped according to their
school "home rooms." Each home
room will have its student repre-
sentative on the school's Junior
Red Cross Council. School coun-
cils, in turn, elect their represen-
tatives to the county-wide coun-
cils.
"The Junior Red Cross program
is comprised of many interesting
projects for young people, all of
the projects being built around the
ideal of helping others." W. W.
Matthews, assistant superintendent
of general education. Dade Board
of Public Instruction, said in dis-
cussing Junior Red Cross plans.
"The Junior Red Cross offers an
excellent medium for each child,
at his own level, to participate in
local, national and international
service to other- "
Matthews, who is chairman for
Junior Red Cross enrollment, said
he hopes parents will suggest
membership in Junior Red Cross
to their children.
"The emphasis is on a willing-
ness to help others. Junior Red
Cross reaches the young person at
the formative age and h/jp>- to
biiBMlharacter.'' J&
All administrative expenser**f
Junior Red Cross are borne by the
local Red Cross chapter, leaving
monies given by Junior Red Cross
members for service projects.
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US Exports To Israel In
Four Years Over $360,000,000
NEW YORK (WNSi American
exports to Israel totalled $363,000.-
000 during the past four years,
while American imports from Is
rael amounted $38,000,000 in the
-ame period, it was reported here
by Nathan Straus III, president of
the American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce and Industry. "The
American-Israel Chamber of Com-
merce and Industry, while dealing
with day-to-day matters, is prepar-
ing a program calling for $250-
000.000 in American purchases
from Israel over the next 10 years."
Mr. Straus revealed.
Goldmann Warns Israel
Crisis Can Happen Again
JERUSALEM (JTA) The con-
flict between Israel and the United
States which led the latter to or-
der temporary suspension of eco-
nomic aid to the Jewish State was
important "as an indication of what
can happen again" and as a warn-
ing to the Jewish people of the
inherent gravity of Israel's poli-
tical situation." Dr. Nahum Gold
mann. chairman of the Jewish
Agency, said here addressing a din-
.ner in honor of delegates to the
Jerusalem economic conference
The dispute. Dr. Goldmann stress-
ed, "showed that, in reality, the
major political problems are far
from solution and. I am afraid, will
remain so for some time to come."
Judge Sobeloff Will Be
Appointed Solicitor General
W \Slll.\GToN (JTAi The ap-
pointment of Chief Judge Simon
E Sobeloff. of the Maryland Court
of Appeals, as the United States
Solicitor General was indicated
here last weekend. The announce-
ment of his appointment is ex-
pected shortly. The Solicitor Gen-
eral's duties include representing
the government in cases before the
US Supreme Court to which the
government is a party, authoriza-
tion of the intervention by the gov-
ernment in cases involving Con-
stitutional questions or matters of
Federal law and authorizes appeals
by the government from decisions
in lower Federal courts to higher
courts including the Supreme
Court where, in such matters, his
decision is final.
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Discuss "TVA Plan"; Erk
Johnston Is Envoy To Israel
TEL AVIV (WNS) Details of
a plan for regional development
of the Jordan River, as drafted by
the Tennessee Valley Authority at
the request of the State Depart-
ment, were discussed here at a
conference between Eric Johnston,
President Eisenhower's personal
envoy to the Near East, and For-
eign Minister Moshe Sharett. At-
tending the talks were American
and Israeli experts on irrigation
and water problems, as well as a
number of Israeli Cabinet mem-
bers.
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^JewlsHhrk/ian
(hanukah Institute
jpens Next Week
ttanukah Preparation Institutes
|,] Jewish Education in cooperation
|th the Greater Miami Jewish
.1,.-minify Centers have been an-
jjiced for the week of Novem-
15th.
)r, Tuesday. November 17th. the
uiukah Preparation Institute
1 be held at the Miami Beach of
Jewish Community Center. On
idnesday, November 18th, the
Lfcshop will be held at the Flag-
\.< anada Jewish Center. Slated
Thursday, November 19th, is
(hanukah work shop at the
6th Branch of the Jewish Com-
\: ty Center.
file Preparation Institute will in-
|c a review of t h e chanukah
discussion of its implication
iday, involving the use of a
c;.,| iilmstrip, a workshop on
lr.-.ikah song and a demonstra-
nf home decorations for the
|val.
,. [acuity of the Preparation
litute includes Louis Schwartz-
executive director of the
|eau "t Jewish Education; Mrs.
I>< inner-stag, musical director
|he Beth David Congregation;
ert Strassburg, local music con-
nt; and group workers in the
h.Tiunity Centers.
kbles Zionists Plan
ktallation Dinner
Y.'- Coral Gables Zionist District
last night at the Coral Gables
b'-li Tenter. Rabbi Morton Ma-
spiritual leader of the Is-
e (enter, spoke on: Zionism
sh The Ages.
brria Simon, president, an-
^leed that the groups annual in-
ation dinner will be held on
lay, December 6th, at the An-
Motcl Dining Room. Leo Bur-
president of the Southeastern
n of the ZOA, will be princi-
Ifpeaker. The Dinner Commit-
|.-.cludes Max Friedson, Dr. A.
en, Sidney Sanders, Harold H.
biro. G. Shapiro. Meyer Fine
(Sirs. Albert I.evick.
PAGE 3 B
food Fair Stores
Awarded Gold Medal
Food Fair Stores, Inc., was
awarded a gold medallion for dis-
tinguished service to the consumer
through advertising at the midyear
meeting of Super Market Institute,
which was concluded at the Holly-
wood Beach Hotel, Hollywood,
Florida.
Fourteen other super market or-
ganizations were also honored.
They were winners in the Fifth
Annual Super Market Advertising
Competition for Institute members
sponsored by McCall's Magazine.
Awards were made by William
B. Carr, vice president of McCall's.
Food Fair won first prize in the
national brands group for most ef-
fective store selling.
S. J. Freed man
& M. Rephan
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iUHUH
Repatriated Staff Sergeant Philip Aaronson, 28, native Miam-
ian who spent 34 months in North Korean prisoner of war
camps before his release on September 5th, receives tickets
to the December Holiday Fund dance for November 20th from
North Miami Beach Mayor Dan Diefenbach. With them are
Chief of Police J. Oscar DuBose and Mrs. Marj Toner, vice
president of the North Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Sergeant Aaronson, staying with relatives in that city, will be
Mrs. Toner's guest for the duration of his stay. The convertible
in the background was furnished the sergeant by Golden
Strand Auto Rental Company through the efforts of Mrs. Toner.
TW
Closing Sunday School Seminar Slated Monday
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will ad-
dress the closing session of the
Sunday School Teachers' Seminar
to be held at Temple Beth Sholom,
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach,
on Monday, November 16th, 8:30
p.m.
Rabbi Abramowitz, who is spirit-
ual leader of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center, will discuss: How To
Teach Basic Jewish Concepts. The
seminar will conclude with a work-
shop on: How To Teach Songs In
The Sunday School. It will be di-
rected by Mrs. Jack Donnerstag,
musical director at the Beth David
Congregation.
The seminar is an annual service
of the Bureau of Jewish Education
for all Jewish Sunday school teach-
ers of Greater Miami.
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Yosef Peri Assigned To Zionist Youth
Work During Stay Here In November
Officers At Election
Yosef Pen an Israeli messenger., aaa
ha* bee* awwraed by the Ammni' tbe
ZionaM Y4Kh Oommianoa to do A
ea CawtlMit and
foarta till at win Saara
Zionist youth work id the Sooth, ae-! tire-honi Israek. Pert ha* been
cording to an announcement re-
leased bysJIrs lrir Wemrtftn
chairman of the Florida Zionist
Youth Commission.
Pen will be in the Miami area | fim. as a
from November 12th through 24th
During his stay, he will attend tbe
Budget Process Is
Revealed To Women
Voters League Here
of the Tsefiai in Jennlw. his
binkptoce He has worked H
bonaJ Ti lien AaVxsor i the 8se
aber c* the Yeata De-
uaiftul of the Jewuh Agency and
ii- i- >*j- : I i BB :- : K-t:
Nathan Ginsburg was elected
president of the Greater Miami
Ctorra Kadisha at a recent meet-
ing in the Miami Community Cen-
^^, Item II of the National Program.
*. 10 a j^
Delaware Avenue. "
Topic for the unit meetings of
the League of Women Voters of
Miami Beach this month will be
Gicsburg has been a
here for the past 18 years and
P-.-.ri ..-- I i
was a
Jerusalem a ad the \**n Be
majored it Middle Waiaua Affaars
while at the Hehrrw rraeraey
Judaea and their lenders, as weJl as
IZFA He will also men with the
adults of Hadnsaab and the ZO\
j District which spaaaar the tii^
'Youth progjinm and the Lara)
Y'jth Commission
.-. Ida to the e.-
:- k A. Ablin.
-.:. z' uM
.-.. Beach >v. .=.-. Center
be crrered faring lcrte
lay even t.z services; this
week Rabbi Lehrman.
ecder c: the Center
re. Mr. Ablin d.ed
'. rember. 1952.
Detroit Club Meets
The Dftrr.it Social Club of Great-
' m will hold its first me-
-the card room of
Hotel on Satur-
Nweibei 14th. 8
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April 10th.
The SI .500.000 *port< palace will
have a seating capacity of more
than 3.400 Standing room space
additional 1300 persons also
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The auditorium will feature in
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-pecial center box section com-
po-ed of reserved lounge chairs
Included in the fronton will be a
lounge, a 100-seat restau-
' rant with a patio for outdoor din-
ing, four refreshments bars and
executive offices
The buildine will be air condi
tioned. fireproofed and sound-
proofed, and a 1500-car paved
parking lot will be located in the.
rear of the fronton
A 30-man squad of jai-alai play-
ariil appear in the fronton Trie
group includes local favorites of,
past .seasons and several players!
ho are making their debuts in the
l'nited States, according to a re-,
port here Many of the athletes are
->- and doubles champions of
the l'nited States. Spain. Cuba.
MuJco. the Philippine Islands and
China
Pan mutuel betting will be fea-
tured at the Dania Fronton, along
with daily doubles and quinelas. I
With the pelota. or ball used in the
games, clocked at 100 miles per
beer, jai-alai is considered the
most dangerous and fastest played
sport in the world.
Measures to Improve the Budget
I ary Procedures of the Congress as
| Basic to Responsibility and Econ-
j omy in Federal Expenditures,"
According to an announcement
| here. League members will also
I have an opportunity to suggest
i items for next year's national pro-
gram. Unit Chairman Mrs. Roland
Granat listed the following dates
for meetings:
Monday. November 16th. 10 am.
{Mrs H. Bromberg. 8035 Noremac
j Avenue: Wednesday. N o v ember
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Other officers named were Abe
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Okenoff. 2nd vice president: David
treasurer: Leo Uster. fi-
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)AY, NOVEMBER 13, 1953
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PAGE 5B
INITIATES PALESTINE DEBATE; KIBYA OPENS ISSUE THAT MIGHT HAVE REMAINED CLOSED
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Jewish Tl9rphic Afloncy
UNITED NATIONSIt was the
lericans who initiated the Pales-
debate in the Security Coun-
[the British and French tagging
ng for moral support. They did
Ibecause of the "increasing con-
i at the mounting tension along
, frontier between Israel and
J neighboring Arab States," and.
Imust said that, at least, they
1 not prejudice the issue by con-
ing the debate to the Kibya in-
tent, as the Arabs wanted to do.
Jtill, there is no doubt that the
Lva incident set off this action,
I without it, the Big Three
hid not have called for a Secur-
(council meeting. The Israelis
uld have welcomed such a de-
. and any action taken here to
vent what Prime Minister Ben
hon has described as a "one-
td war" in which more than 400
Eeli citizens have been killed
and wounded by Arab marauders
since 1950, and 130 in the past year
alone. However, coming as it does
immediately after the attack on
the Jordanian village, and as a re-
sult of it, the Israeli delegates find
themselves inhibited and put in
the worst possible light.
At the same time, the State De-
partment in Washington has made
it known that the Kibya incident
and other Israeli attacks on the
Arabs have been the reason for
the administration holding back a
grant of $13,000,000, the first pay
ment on an allocation voted for Is-
rael by Congress. Yet, it has been
common knowledge for many
weeks, long before these incidents
occurred, that the United States
was holding back this money.
To observers here, it seems that
there have been misunderstandings
between the Israeli Government
and the administration in Wash-
ington with its announced New
Look policy in the Middle East, and
these misunderstandings have
been exacerbated by recent events.
The State Department has several
grouses. It is obviously miffed that
the Israeli Government did not
reply to one of its recent notes.
But what has annoyed the Amer-
ican administration most is that
the Israeli Government "has shown
no interest" in cooperating with
the United States and the United
Nations in developing the water
resources of the Jordan River for
the benefit of the countries on both
sides of it. This is what is known
as the Tennessee Valley Authority
(TVA) project whose purpose is
not only to provide irrigation and
electric power for the neighboring
states of Israel, Jordan and Syria,
but also to resettle some 200,000
Arab refugees.
The TVA Jordan River project,
which was given an official imprim-
atur by being disclosed at a press
conference here, would irrigate
some 400,000 dunams (a dunam is
about a quarter of an acre) of land
in Israel, around 500,000 dunams
in Jordan, and about 30,000 in
Syria, although it would provide
Jordan with almost twice as much
water as Israel. However, there is
a catch to this project, and a very
significant catch; it would require
minor adjustments in the frontiers,
and Israel would be expected to
give up some of its territory. Now,
such adjustments cannot be made
without a Palestine peace settle-
ment. And who, but the Arabs, arc
holding up a settlement?
Although it is distressing, there
is nothing irrevocable about the
present situation which has been
caused by misunderstandings that
can be resolved. Undoubtedly, Am-
bassador Abba Eban, in his conver-
sations with the State Department,
has been able to clear up some of
the irritations. It is expected here
too that the visit of Eric Johnston,
President Eisenhower's personal
representative and "trouble shoot-
er." to the Middle East, should
help to improve relations between
Israel and the United States.
Added Play Area Is
Opened At Academy
An additional play area to ac-
commodate the children seeking
entrance to the Hebrew Academy,
will be completed this week, ac"
cording to Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal.
"This additional Kindergarten
space," Rabbi Gross said, "is de-
signed to meet the most modern
and progressive renuirements in
preschool education."
As one of its projects for the
current school year, the Fathers'
Club of the Hebrew Academy will
help equip the newly constructed
play area. Irving Firtel, president,
has called upon the mothers of
Academy pupils to assist the group
in this project.



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Plan Interiaith
Thanksgiving Program
Miami's first interfaith Thanks
giving obsorvanc? will be held on
Thursday. November 26th. in Dade
County Auditorium, and plans are
now inderwi] to complete the pro
gram, according to an announce-
ment this week
Koprcsei-.t.r.^ :.\c Data County
hish schools, a WOvoice ehonu
will make two appearances on the
i which i> >chedulcd tor
rtua Da) at 10 a m Dr
.!.:> F W Paaraoa. preskteal of the
', aiversit) of Miami, will be pnnci
tidiBI will be State
rnej Gearga a Braatffaai
Numerous .croups and agencies
throughout the eouBt) will join
taw mat according to Or
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IthidAY, NOVEMBER 13 1953
"J&Histifkrktom
Casadesus Family To Appear In Bach
riple Concerto With UM Symphony Here
PAGE 7 B
The second pair of concerts of
|,(,e University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra, under the direction of
Ijohn Bitter, will be dedicated to
ho centenary celebration of the
Steinway & Sons House. Three
Steinway pianos wjjl be used on
his occasion with the Symphony
)rchestra by Robert, Gaby and
pan Casadesus during their per
Kormances on Sunday and Monday
certo for the Left Hand, to be play-
ed by Robert Casadesus.
The history of the Steinway
House, which will be highlighted
by the Casadesus family, started in
the second quarter of the 19th cen-
tury with Heinrich Engelhard
Steinweg, later Americanized to
Steinway, in the Harz mountains.
Steinweg patiently started making
evenings. November 22nd and 23rd,\ a piano for his infant son, Theo-
ai the Miami Beach and Dade dore. When the youngster was 14,
,,unty Auditoriums. j the piano was still not finished.
This is (he first time in Miami, and the boy joined with his father
hat three artists will be playing ] jn finishing the instrument. It won
three different pianos at once with
[he I'M Orchestra.
1. The musical history of the ex-
raorclinary Casadesus family,
yhicli started with grandfather
Casadesus, is unique. They have
contributions to
1
do important
|yench musical life for genera-
tion Robert Casadesus was born
Paris in 1899. His career, bril-
liant from the start, covered all
gnrnpo, North and South America.
before coming to this country.
Since his United States debut on
January 19. 1935, with the New
r"ork Philharmonic, he has been a
ious figure in musical life ev-
pwhere.
Wife Gaby was born in Mar-
eilles, France. She and Robert
betas students and were married
1922. She has managed to dove-
pil home, family and music, into
brilliantly balanced private and
professional life. Jean Casadesus
their elder son. He was born in
p27 in Paris. At 11, he entered
he Conservatoire as a solfege stu-
ent. and, the same year, won the
|rst medal.
In 1940. he came to the United
es with his parents. He won
he Youth Contest of the Philhar
bonic Orchestra in 1947. He was
i prize winner at the National Con-
est in Geneva, Switzerland. In
, he began a professional ca-
ter which since has included suc-
eshn engagements in this coun-
ty, as well as in Europe.
Robert. Gaby and Jean Casade-
appear together in special
brks for three pianos and orches
ra. Their performances of Bach
foncerto for Three Pianos has at-
racted wide attention and high
fraise on two continents with most
the major symphony orchestras.
their performance here, they
nil appear first in the Bach Con-
erto in D minor for Three Pianos,
lozart Concerto in E Flat major
or Two Pianos and the Ravel Con-
praise and attracted such attention
that orders for similar instruments
poured in.
They came to the United States
in 1850. In 1853. they established
the Company on Varick Street in
New York City. To William Stein-
way, brother of Theodore, goes
much credit for the success of its
growth from the early history to
the vast musical prestige of the
late 19th and early 20th centuries.
e built the first Steinway Hall on
14th Street in 1865.
Mrs. Brand Heads
| Rosenberg Chapter
Mrs. Theresa Arnold Brand ha-
been named president of the Es-
ther Rosenberg Chapter of Miami
to the City of Hope, national can-
cer and tuberculosis hospital, at &
meeting in her home. 1368 SW
22nd Terrace.
Other officers named were the
MTesdames Fay Stempler, 1st vice
president; Mildred Bobson, 2nd
vice president; Pauline Bellanoff.
treasurer; Gladys Weiss, financial
secretary; Harriot Belanoff, cor-
respond n? secretary; Jolly Pret-
t.n ;,'", recording secretary; Jennit-
Glic "nhouse, membership chair-
map- r':a~- "haroff, assistant mem-
ber h p cha .man; and Margare:
Ten I'll h, VisiMnj Committee.
!'. -i life member of the group
ia *''.. Lizzie Litt All funds col-
i '.ected by the Esther Rosenberg
' Chapter will be used to support
the non-secia:ian hospital for the
I poor.
Robert. Jmm ana* Gaby CasoJesus
Seaboard Improves
Tidewater Schedule
Announced this week was im
provement of schedules between
Miami and Tidewater, Virginia, op-
erated b y Sea-
board Air Line
Railroad here.
W. J. Ficht,
general manager,
said that a Jack-
sonville Ports-
mouth, Virginia,
sleeping car will
be included in
the Silver Star
which leaves Mi-
ami at 12:05 p.m.
Fieht and Jacksonville
at 7:20 p.m. daily. It will arrive
at 8:10 a.m. the following morn-
ing, according to Ficht.
"This iprqvernerr* rn schedul-
' Ing win'cu* present travel time for
this service by 44 hours," the gen-
eral manager said.
Growth of traffic between Miami
and the Norfolk-Portsmouth area,
particularly among Navy person-
nel, resulted in the additional,
speedier service. It eliminates a
two-hour layover formerly neces-
sary at Jacksonville, Ficht explain-
ed.
Dr. Gilbert Will
Address Beach
Council Division
AN OPEN LETTER
TO THE CITIZENS
by
H. LESLIE QUIGG
I am interested in the future welfare of Miami. I grew up in
this City. I love it I consider that it is important to the city
to have capable and conscientious Commissioners in office.
They should be men of integrity and excellent background.
Such a man is Abe Aronovitz- I have known him for 25
years. He has never done a mean thing either in his per-
sonal or public life. He is patient, deliberate and consider-
ate. So many people elected to office never have time to
listen to the "little fellow's" problems. Abe does that every
Jay of his life. Abe's five years in the City Attorney's of-
fice, his two years as attorney for the Civil Service Board,
his continuous active interest in government qualifies him
to serve as a City Commissioner.
It is for the above reasons that I expect to give him one
of my votes for City Commissioner.
Very sincerely yours,
H. Leslie Quigg
H. LESLIE QUIGG
City Commissioner
I I'd. Politic*! Alv.)
The Human Relations Discussion
Group of the Miami Beach Division,'
National Council of Jewish Women,)
will meet on Thursday, November!
19th, 8 p.m., at the Delano Hotel.
Mrs. Samuel Berlin, chairman of
the group, has announced that the
speaker will be Dr. Michael Gil-
bert, psychiatrist. He will discuss
the Kinsey Report.
Dr. Gilbert has done extensive
work in the field of neuro-psychia-
try at the University of Michigan
and with the United States govern-
ment He is the author of The Ef-
fect Of Sex On Reasoning In The
Human Male.
The meeting will be open to both
Miami, and Miami Beach members
nf Conrfcil.
Chamber Music Program
The University of Miami School
of Music will present the first of
three contemporary chamber mu-
sic programs at the Lowe Gallery
on Wednesday evening, November
18th, 8:30 p.m. Prepared by Mad-
ame Renee Longy. the program will
include compositions by Charles
Koechlin, Harold Shapero, Igor
Stravinsky. Manuel de Falla and
Aram Khachaturian.
Club No. 1 Dinner
Sophie Krantz. president of Pio-
neer Women, Club N o. 1, an-
nounces a dinner at the Beth Tfila
Congregation, 935 Euclid Avenue,
on Sunday, November 15th, 6 p.m
The dinner will be in honor of
Mrs. B. Shecheter and Mrs. L. Not-
kin. Chairman for the dinner is
Mrs. Celia Beckerman.
LEVER 20-A
AJC Rummage Sale
Hhc Miami Chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress is operating
a rummage sale at 1207 NW 3rd
Avenue, according to Mrs. Benja-
min Weiner. Funds arc earmark-
ed for Louise Waterman Wise and
Stephan Wise Memorial Fund.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
-

13.
Menorah Group
Lists Study Projects
Mrs. Louis Schwartzman. Educa
tion COawanttfaM chairman of the
Menorah Croup of Hadassah. con
ducted the first meeting of the
Study Group at her home. 350 SV.
28th Road, on Wednesday.
Featured were two introductions
to two programs for choice of the
Study Group's project. Mrs. Se>
mour Gordon introduced the,
theme. Democracy's Hebrew Roots.
Mrs Schwartzman discussed Great L
Jewish women throughout history
The group also discussed Jewish
holiday* and customs and analyzed j
current news e\ent>
Mrs Sydnev Opler has been
named secretary of the Study
Group.
Beth David PTA
Board members of the Beth Pav
id PTA will meet on Monday eve-
ning. November 16th. 8 p m at
the home of Mrs Jack Gerer. 10
SW 2nd Avenue 00-hoste will
be Mrs Hi man Abramowitt.
Women's Counsel Meets
B"nai B nth Women s Council of
Sooth Flonda will meet on Thurs-
Vnember 19th. 8 S3
lonul Hotel
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h.-rn waiting her* from l*lm-an*y-
ilr. III. *urt:vlnc ar* h*r husband.
Kdward. and a on. B*rnl* U. of
iVmn III. Riv*rtd Miami Baaca
Kun*ral Hmm a*nt th* body to
N ^ tor a*rvic*a and bur-
ial. ________
LOUIS GREENHOUSE
M rtih Jit. a rvlirrd ar-
j-rnirr and *tanelinalc*r ln ana1
com* frv>m Htm Hav*n. iV.no fl
. i \ irmbw ita. ar-
tn aatarr Mr I'h ; ; i".. ot Mlan-.i thr** aoas
and **v*n i aaaVaiMrrr
*r* h*M lan rtntaj at Oitiwa
VI *rai Boat*, wttn burial at
Ml Mill laoanary
SiarON MILLER
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IN THE MAIL
Editor. The Jewish Froridian:
Our side, our cause get* a sorry
or no play in our local press. The
following, a letter sent to an other-
wise wonderful newspaper, on Oc
tober 17th. has still not appeared
in its columns. May we hope?
At Plymouth colony, at James
town and later at Cherry Valley.
and at innumerable other settle-
ments, our pioneer fathers suffer-
ed murderous attacks upon their
women and children by prowling
Indians Often, the men of the
little towns gathered a small force
and made a shambles of the village
from which the suspected' attackers
came Hardly anyone was snared
Unmistakably the settlers were
taahng them in bloody retaliation
to keep the peace.
"So. too. in Palestine today, sav-
age neighbors of the lsraelies have
infiltrated at night, killed wanton-
ly, cruelly a mother and two
children this week. border guard
before that, or a toiler .journey ing
home Under cover of darkness.
the murderous Arabs have slipped
to their towns. The very stones of
Judaea would cry out if the men
were so supine as to stand by
watching the dear, mutilated dead
The attack on an Arab village,
late this week, was just such a
visitation as those of the early pi-
oneers. In these days, as then, the
warning had to be devastating
enough to be understood in the
only way they could be made to
understand to leave us alone.''
__________________Bert Hall
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N. M. Orewich
urew/c/i Elected To Sixfh
Term A* President Of
Hiami Hebrew School
H. M Drewich has been elected
|i a sixth term as president of the
diami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation. Under his leadership, the
luilding was planned and complet-
er Drewich was also president of
he Greater Miami Cemetery As-
Liiation for a number of years and
Jelped found other congregations
the area.
other officers elected to serve
ki'li Drewich were Dave Kleber,
|m vice president; Sam Herman,
. vice president; Mrs. Jack Per-
011. recording secretary'; Mrs. Nat
I 'i corresponding secretary;
Tir-. Joseph Schwadron, financial
fccretary; and Benjamin Sokoloff,
fri surer.
Board f Directors include Ad-
Iph Feldman, I. Goldman, Abe
|aplan. Herman Needelman, Jack
er-off. Jacob Raubfogel, Frederic,
lo-enthal. Alex Stahl, Milton
Feiner, Samuel Winn and the Mes-
arnes Dave Kleber, Benjamin Sok-
loff and Robert Schweitzer.
i. iMn Simon April is spiritual
t\er of the Miami Hebrew School
lu Congregation.
fern on Holds Lead
Stock Car Racing
I Harry V'ernon, active stock car
ri\er in South Florida, held a
Jtmrnanding lead this week in
lint score standing at Broward
bd Medley Speedways.
[Racing director Bob Rein an-
bunced the drivers will have two
pportunities to boost their scores
the next few days. Saturday
|ght, a seven-race card is on tap
Broward Speedway in Fort Lau-
fcrdale and Sunday night stock
|r racing returns to Medley
peedway here.
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THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN
2-8212
Guttenberg Is Vice
President Of Calvert
Distillers Company
Edgar E. Guttenberg, advertis-
ing director of Calvert Distillers
Corporation, was elected vice presi-
dent, it has been announced by
W. W. Wachtel, president of the
company.
In his present position, he will
continue to be responsible for the
company's advertising and sales
promotion, making his office in the
Chrysler Building in New York
City.
Guttenberg, who joined Calvert
in 1936 as assistant sales promo-
tion manager, held the position of
advertising director since 1849. His
positions with the company over
the past 17 years included,assist-
ant advertising manager, advertis-
ing manager and advertising direc-
tor.
Before joining. Calvert, Gutten-
berg was active in food and grocery
trades, research, merchandising
and selling. f *' -
His home is in Sffers^Jb. New
York, and he has two children,
Doris Lee and Bette. Mrs. Gutten-
Berg is the former Evelyn Rosen-
berg, of New York City. Mr. Gut-
tenberg is active in local and na-
tional welfare endeavors.
Physicians Find
Academy Students Fit
"Our Medical Staff has found the
boys and girls of the Hebrew Aca-
demy to be a strong and healthy
group of normal and well devel-
oped children." said Dr. Irwin Ma-
kovsky, medical supervisor. This
week at an Executive Committee
meeting of the Academy, Dr. Ma-
kovsky's report followed a com-
plete four-hour medical examina-
tion of the 250 students of the
Academy.
"Except for a few minor cases,
16 physicians found the student
body to be a healthy, active and
happy lot," he explained.
The examinations are an annual
routine performed for Academy
pupils by local physicians and spe-
cialists.
Examiners included Dr. Lee
Frederick Goldberg and Dr. Don-
ald M. Michnoff, dentistry; Dr.
Morton By Morgan, opthalmology;
Dr. MaUritc I. Edelmap and Dr.
Louis G. Lyttori, eye, ear, nose and
throat; Dr. Milton P. Travers and
Dr. Stanley W. Weinkle, orthope-
dics; Dr. Harry Kaufman, Dr.
Rober Grayson, Dr. Maurice Blin-
ski, Dr. Erna Klass, Dr. Charles
Rosenfeld, Dr. Marvin Weil, pedia-
trics; Dr. Harold S. Kaufman, surg-
ery, Dr. Solomon B. Goldman,
urology; and Dr. S. Montague
Stone.
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NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. Selman
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weekend. The presentations were
part of the 35th anniversary ob-
servance of the Jewish Forum
Foundation. The awards were
made "in recognition for services
to humanity."
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN
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H1ALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
w-ui
-enices at
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KNESETH ISRAEL CON5RE
CATION \il'. hold Fnda> taaalBf
. a: 5 r
-nice* are at 8 30 am Rabbi
V.raham V Omd > officiate
antor Abrah chant
U H ML Rjlh
conduct an adult
class. Bi
; t-> a SaNafllfc
..re at
S a r p m

TIFERETH ISRAEL N '
Rabbi
Ubi New
. ra:d dur-
:ic Three L.:
Omm Shabbat will
. r\ ice>
fau iuht and Mrs Bernard Breithar. will be
the reading of the
: Law
BETH EL CONGREGATION w.'.l
< veBing ser\ce> at
Satataaj naming sen
K~e> ire at f 3* a m. h* KabO.
- Swirsay will off mate
- Are We Part Of TV
- Tar. Of The Ar>
we* -'.mud is slated
r 4 ; Mmcha will he at 5
: .< bj Shales Seudos
- i-r .r. the Academy
BETH OAVIO SYNAGOGUE .".!
njoo *er\>ee* at
I Rabbi Max Shapiro
- Maurice Maracae* of-
The Center CVnr will
be under the direction of Miriam
r-stag Guest speaker -
Rahtu Kerhen Panes, director of
am* and editor of the
<_* Renew Flora'. ::er
V: arc
Markawttx in honor of
hnr sou's Ba> V..:
-
v hjikju are
when Robert an M Mr
: i
" am and 5 p.m
i I
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Mar
i> eA*ar-{ serijces at
I m wrth Dr Joseph Kai -
'
lot hi i Aad Freedom Of Couan-
Mtibtri of Coupon Limited
Jtaaouue us the service Car
... reader the
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
-. --. i
-* are at B a w. RaOta Mos-
es Mescheteff win irTinti and to-
res*. Our Vert Owu Cantor Aar-
x *. eaaeartex wun naaaer the nut-
CTTlZtkS ACTION
COMMaTTTK
NAMED CA%a*Y W. 1
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COMMISSIONER
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Frida> evening services
at 5 30 p m with Oscar Wein
Ituui officiating. Rabbi Alfred
\Vaxman will conduct late services
at 8 30 p m when *ti;dent* of the
Hebrew Sch.l will be honored
Th.- Rabbi discuoi Children
Of Jacob Mr and Mrs I. Teitier
c ho>t< at the Or.ee Shabbat
NUouiBg in h>nor of their 43rd
ueridnuj aaRivuaurjr. Saturday
nrien are at 9 am Jun-
will be at 11 am
ed for 5 30 p m fol
! b> Mauri*
*
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION .i Friday
at 5 30 pa Sat-
I are at 8 30
am when RaLbi Simon April will
and discuss: Do We Have
Vrn-.i-tice ( antor Berele Kele-
wil! render the musical por-
the HbKKJ A cla-> in
Hnl .heduied for 4-30 pm.
folk M acba and ShaJos
Se-J>: -
MONTICELLO PARIC CONGRE-
GATION *.'.'. how Friday e%eninc
MRt and at 8 30
p m with Rabbi Boris Racko\ -k>
officiatinc and di>cus>mg Strange
Goings-on An Oneg Shabbat will
follow S^- m;ng semces
are at 9 i
JEWISH CENTER will
hold >erv :ce> Friday at 8 15 p m.
with Rabbi Max M land man offi-
ciating and assisted by Cantor Dav-
id Bugley and the m:\ed choir
Rabbi Landman's subject will be:
Leaders Are Not Born Bat Are
ed An Oneg Shabbat will
follow, in honor of the Bar MiU-
vah of Billy Rosenberg, who will
chant the Kiddush Services
begin at 9 a rr. Saturday. Billy
Rosenberg, son of Mr and Mrs
Al Rosenberg, will become Bar
Mitrvah The Rabbi's >ermon will
te Three Generations W'Hh The
Junior Coacrega-
: ibe Maloff Boom Miacha is
, scheduled for 5 p.m. followed by
>*i-s >eodos aad Maan\
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
I Friday eveaing services at 5:15
p m. Saturday morning services
. are at 9 am. when Aaron Fen>ter
heim. son of Mr and Mrs Jack
Fen>terheim. will become Bar Mitz-
tah Rabbi Alexander Gross will
oiate and ducuas: Reaching For
' Greater Heights. Mincha is at 5
'pm. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily lenices are at 730 a.m. and
SIS pm. with Sunday morning
] sen ieo> at 8 am.

TEMPLE SINAI *fl] hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m dedi-
cated to AnobtitC Day Members
of the Jewish War Veterans and
ry w.ll participate Rabbi
David Shapiro will officiate and
-: The Flaming Sword Be-
fore The Garden Of Eden. Cantor (
Joseph W Malek will render the
al portions of the liturgy,
with the Adult Choir under the
direction of Reverend Mordechai
Haalman The veterans will spon-
sor the Oneg Shabbat following
-day morning services are at
9 a m with Juniar service> slated
f r 10 a rr. Rabbi Shapiro will di-
cu" the Weekly Portion
*
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening ser\
! ices at 8 15 p m with Rabbi Mor-
ns Skop officiating and discus-
1- Your Heart In It Mr and Mrs
Raymond Citron will be boom at
the Oneg Shabbat foUowiar in boa-
or of their son. Mark, who will be-
jcome Bar M it nan Saturday morn
ing Hurricane Chapter of AZA
I will participate in the sen-ice Sat-
I urday morning services are at 10:45
'an-.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM w.li
hold Friday evening services at
8 15 B rr. wrth Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiating The*^,
dedicated to Sydney J GrL
educational director of thTS
Participating w,u be ^
; Euenberg. executive rk. L
.J^ttrtAEducaurj
of New York Dr H Fran
ilums vice presi lent of
I remty of Miami. Lonis L
' man. executive director of i
eau of Jewish K.iucatioo. a
Segal. Jr. cha^an of tsTi
Sholom Religious School,/
In ing B Kaplan, president
PTA. An Oneg Shabbat*mw
Saturday onung -en-icei
10:45 am. when Wwinj
son of Mr aad V- WiUaaj
rjaill become Bar Mitnah.
! Samuel Kelemer will n
1 musical portion- the la,
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MY, NOVEMBER 13, 1953
*Jm>lsti n^rkilrtn
LEGAL NOTICE
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
KB IS HEREBY U1VKN that
,i,.i signed, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
IT AI'ARTMBNTB. at 1016-
urrlti Drive, Miami Beach, In-
,', register naM
the Circuit
I-* i.rida.
HERMAN ANIiERMAN
.UiiiTHV A. ANOERMAN
STEPHEN J, BANICK
ANNA M HANICK
LEY M. PRED
, foi Applicants
I,,,1,1 Bldg.
; -: >-' i_____________________,
I
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
of
name with the
Court of Dade
PITlCe UNDErt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, K |H IIKRKHY GIVEN that
In signed, desiring to engage In
t,** uniler the fictitious name of
IaUE INN, at 4298 S.W. 8th
M i.i in I. intends to register said
vilh I be Clerk of the Circuit
( Dade County, Florida
LILLIAN KELLEY
Sole Owner
|EL RANI'
t,., foi owner
hlVllipia Hldg.
i.;7 18/4
(TICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Jdiinitned, desiring to engage In
uler Che fictitious name of
IICA.NK PRINTING COMI'ANY
i.rporated). at 817 S.W. 18th
Miami, Intends to register
i, with the Clerk of the Clr-
hui't "f Hide County Florida.
AKTHl'R J. STERN
Si de owner
IEL hand
lev for owner
MymiiiH Hldg.
id-:: 12/4________________
ITICE UNDtR FICTITIOUS'
NAME LAW
h.K IS IIKKEBY GIVEN that
Iderstgned, desiring to engage In
. under the fictitious name of
littAY KOSHER MEAT MAR-
ENNWAY GROCERY AND
I'KNXWAY FRUIT AND
TABLE MARKET. PENNWAY
tl:Y at 1447 Pennsylvania Ava
ach. Intend to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
,.f 1 >:.!.- County, Florida.
BRAND.MAN and C< ITTESMAN
c iopehsMITH
DB
i illt Koiul
7 12 i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
?.u...'Y".5Vn.',,,r ,he "vtltlous name of
BEAUTY NOOK, at 11667 N.W. 7th
Ave., Miami. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
., RUTH HOI.HEN
10/30 11/6-13-20
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 29626 B
RE: ESTATE OF
PHILIP SCHMERTZLER,
I <. en sed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is herehy given that I have
riled my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of PHILIP SchmeRTZLER
MOWMii and that on the 3rd day of
December, ItSS, I will apply to Uie
Honorable FRANK B. HOWLING,
County Judge of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said Ilnal report
and for final discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of PHILIP
SCHMERTZLER. deceased.
This 3rd day of November, 1953
LILLIAN SCHMERTZLEH.
Administratrix
TURK & NEWMAN
by SULLY I. HERMAN. Of Counsel
Attorney for Administratrix
11/6-13-20-27
ITIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
ITHE NAME AND BY THE
ITHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
.!. TO WHOM THESE PRES-
- SHALL COME. OREKT-
is to certify that, whereas.
Korsun, Miami Iteach. Florin
[Korsun, Miami Beach, Florida
pnuus, Miami Beach, Florida
Plncus, Miami Beach, Florid*
the 2nd daj of Majr, A.I>. IMl,
In be Incorporated under the
ns "' Chapter 11KJS6. Laws of
A ration, with Its prlm-l-
< .,f business at Miami Beai h,
miniv. In the stale of Florida,
III,
i- 1
f Florida, a consent of
kholders under the pro-
-iid Chapter lima. biw
\ utlon of said corponitlon,
Becretary of State Is
llial said corporation has
th the requirements of
WITNE88 WHEREOF. I
hereunto set my hand
l have affixed the Great
I of the Slate of Florida.
ahassee, the
" ber, A H. 1*141.
- the Second dnv
A GRAY,
Secretary of State.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 163861
GORDON ROBERT LAFAY, Plaintiff
vs.
HELEN AGNES LAFAY, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mra. Gordon Robert LaF'ay
718. East 12th Street
>*ew Ybrk, New York
You are herehy 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-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys,
KESSLER & GARS. 1782 W. 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, 1953. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will 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
iM THE JEWISH H/'KIDIAN. .
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of November,
A. D. IMS.
E. B. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
Bv WM. W. STOCK INC.
(I'll cult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
11/6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
E-'J" ne.K. under lhe "etltlous name of
KOHNEIt SUNDRY, at 376 S.W. Xth
Street, Miami, Intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ELI ,tr{V?rVKRK,,8MAN^^"
Attorney for Applicant
23.. Lincoln Rd,
10/23-30 11/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Kus'"r,!u;."nd.e,r ,h fictitious name of
FLAGLER BUSINESS BROKERS, at
number 2510 W. Flagler Street. In the
City of Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
lter Are Balrt name -l*h the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Uade County.
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
Oay of October. 11153.
WOODROW W. GORDON
HENRY JraS N "OKX,N,i1^
Attorney for Applicant*
tT.L W- *'taler St., Miami, Florida
10/23-30 11/6-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 163531
MALLIE LANGO, Plaintiff.
vs.
CLadRE LANGO. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
- the stockholders of said Jf* SU,T ,FOR ,DIVORC
I ..a the 2nd day of *<> < LA IKE LANGO,
\ D 19S3, cause to be filer? Rcsi.icn. unknown
..f the Secretary of State OU, CLAIRE LANGO, I
Capital,
of No-
PTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'i: IS HEREBY given that
t'd, desiring to engage In
. Til, r |he fictitious nilllle. of
Kb. BAR, m :,-il S.W. 55th
id. Intends to register, said
the Clerk of the Circuit
Dade County, Florida.
_ WALTER Gl'NToN, Owner
ll.KR & CARS
i- lor Applicant
I" F'lagler St.
11/6-13
BTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
1 E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lulled, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN SHOE STORE,
N Miami Are., Miami, intend
Uster said name with the Clerk
'ircuit Court of Dade County,
MORRIS R1MLAND
.,, ANNA RIMLAND
P'AN I. BRETON
for Applicants'
beybold Hldg.
: u/6-u-lo
>TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,, NAME LAW
ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
P'lderslgned. desiring te engage In
vs',.','":'"JJ?,S^ii**,k"**!me of
> Kl.coRD SHOf. at 907 N.W.
". Miami, Intends to register
"e with the Clerk Of the Clr-
ourt of Dade County, Florida.
MAURICE BERNSTEIN
11/6-13
hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce his been filed against yott,
and you are required to serve a copy
of v..ur Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. BEN ESSEN, S23 S.ybold
Building. Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
olflce of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of
December, ill I If you fall In il" so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against yon for the relief demanded
in the Kill of Complaint.
DONE AND i illIiKRKI) at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day r.f November,
A.D. 195t.
E 1! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court, '
Daile County, Florida.
Bj WM. W STOCK INC
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ii e ii -'"--
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE,IS HEREHY GIViEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHOSEN PRODUCTS, at 4858 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
ICVELYN C, BERNSTEIN
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE. ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
11/6-1J-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROBS GARDEN APTS.. at 193 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 R. ROSS, President
JACK ROSS, Secretary
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE. ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
11/6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
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.
MORRIS LUCK
,_______WILLIAM WOLFARTH
BERNARD S. MANDLEH
Attorney for partners
10/30 11/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 163750
FANNIE MAE COOKS, Plaintiff,
vs.
WILSON COOKS. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: WILSON COOKS,
Residence unknown.
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 Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs 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
27th day of November, 1953. If vou
fall to do so, Judgment by default will
be taken against you (or the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 27th day of October, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
l 'ade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.
Attorney tor Plaintiff
823 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
ATOMIC TELEVISION AND RADIO,
at 71 E. 2nd St., Hlaleah, F'la Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HOWARD B. ROZRAN
HERBERT WHITMAN
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Applicants
1403 Congress Hldg.
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HfIREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE GOURMET GUILD, at Pent-
house, Cobbs Building, 355 Lincoln
Road. Mi.mn Beach, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Hoi-Ida.
HENRY COBBS
JAMES H. COBBS
ERWIN C. KARDEN
BROAD & CASSEL
Attorneys for The Gourmet Guild
10/3U 11/6-13-20
IN
NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVSNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORI0IV IN AND FOR DADE
ICOUjNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163792
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163901
ARTHUR W. MITCHELL, JR.
Plaintiff.
vs.
RUTH E MITCHELL, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RUTH E. MITCHELL
15 Myrtle Street
Saratoga Springs. New York
You 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 Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. GEOROE L.
KNIGHT. Eaq., 1006 Security Build-
ing, Miami 32, Florida, and file the
original Answer er Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of De-
cember. 1953. M you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will 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 JEvVIBW FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of November,
A.D. 1953. r WEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
11/6-13-20-27 ____
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liVOUK, Plaintiff,
vs.
GEORGE HYDI'K, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GEORGE IIVI-UK.
450 Pauleson Avenue,
Passaie, New Jersey.
You are hereby notified Hut a Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a ropy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Coropiainl
on the plaintiff's Attorneys. .MYFIRS.
HEIMAN ft KAPLAN, 650 Seybold
Building, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in tin-
office of lhe Clerk of the ChVuil Court
on or before the :wtli day Novem-
ber, 1953. If you fall to ilolm, Judg-
ment by default will he t.ik.* against
you for the relief demande! in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onoe
each week for four conaecutlw weeks
in THE JEWISH l-'l.t iRI I 'I AN
DONE AND ORDERED at. Miami.
Florida, this 2Sth day of October, A.D.
1953.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
. By WM. W. STOCKING,
tCircult'Court'Seal) Deputy Clerk
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAl'I.AN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida
10/30 11/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 163719
THERBb'A RUPOLI. Plaintiff.
VS.
WILLIAM RUPOLI. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIAM RUPOLJ
Auburn State Prison
Auburn, 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 copy
of your Ahswer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney and to
file the original Answer In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on
or before the 30th day of November.
1>5I; otherwise, the allegations of said
Bill of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed against you.
DATED this 26th day of October,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. Hi RICE. JR.
(RhI) Deputy Clei k (Seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Liu. ..In Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
10/30 .11/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICJJ IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the iiuajpnlRued, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LAKESIDE COMPANY, not Inc., at
4747 North Bay Road. Miami Beach,
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
1IAR. d.D J. SHER
SAMUEL S PEACHIN
IIKHMAN GRAYSON. Esq.
Attorney for Lakeside Company,
not Inc.
605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
10/23-30 11/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JAM BAR, at S27 S'.W. Kth St.. Miami.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
N'iRMAN C. HOWE
KESSLER ft GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17S2 W. Flagler St.
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 ..'
A s, A DISCOUNT AGENCY, at 37
NE First Avenue. Miami, Fla.. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
D. J. APTE
K. W. A PIE
i.f:o ackerman
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
650 Seybold Hldg., Miami, Fla.
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
RAX SHOE STORE, 47 N.W. 5th
Street. Miami, ft MIAMI SHOE
MART. 31 N.W. 2nd Street. Miami,
F'la intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the I'ircuit Court
.,f Dade Countv, Florida.
SHIRLEY BEUBia
I" :':l-:;0 11/C-I3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the urKlerabBieA iieHliiim to engage In
business under tin- fictitious nanie of
kays 1.I...UI.U BAR ft Package
(Present business addivss C4 !
1667-t West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida)
Intends to register the said name with
the Clark of the Circuit court ol I '...!<
County, Florida; the date the said
business was commenced was Septem-
ber 16 ,1353.
HARRY II NATEMAN
10'23-30 11/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163509
ANN M. DELANEY. Plaintiff,
vs.
MATTHEW A. DELANEY. Defendant
SUIT FOB DIVORCE
TO: MATTHEW A. DELANEY
Address Unknown
You, IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF' FLORIDA, are herebv
notrfled that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
01 your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torney. WILLIAM H HAMILTON, 242
Civic Building. Miami, Fla., and file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 16th day of
November. 1933. If you fail to do so,
Judgment by delimit will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the BUI 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 19th day of October, A.D.
1903.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By M. C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
10 13-10 11/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring '
business under the li.Utious name of
DEPENDABLE T-V AND RA.....
SERVICE, at 8692 w. Flagler Btreei
Miand. intends t.> register said name
with tin- Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florid*.
HOWARD F'OHT, Sole Owner
MONROE D1XON
Attorney for ow nee
506 olympia Bldg.
10/30 ll/ii-i::-.-0
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163550
BEN SNOW EISS, Plaintiff,
vs.
RUTH HNOWF:iS8. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RUTH SNOWE1SH,
787 E. 175th Street.
Bronx 60, New York
You RUTH SNoWKISS, 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 plaintiffs
Attorney, KURT WELLISCH. No. 1
Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
30th day of November. 1953. If you
fall to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Hill of Com-
plaint.
Thla notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDKK>:i> at Miami,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Florida, this 20th day of October,
A.D. 1953.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
KURT WELLISCH. F;SQ.,
1 Lincoln Road Bldg..
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/23-30 11/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbst
the Dttderslgned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WE1NRICHH BAKERY AND OVEN
BAKE SHOP, at 246 Ponce de l,eon
Boulevard. Coral Gables, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Victor Reiss, Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attornevs for Owner
...ii Seybold Bldg.
10/23-30 11/8-1S I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 160085
JOHN l\ S'lKAM-.E, Plaintiff,
Vs.
l.iiUHl ITU M STRANGE. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: I.oRKDITH M. STRANGE
Jacksonville. Florida
You are hereby notified thnt a Bill
..f Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
, .1 to s. i ve a i*i.|..v "f "in Answer ..r
I'leUii.i: to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. TIIHoDoUE
R. WAYNE. 21I6 Ponce de !.<..... Blvd.,
Coral Gable.-. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Curt
on or before tire 21st day of Novem-
ber. 1953. If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you Mr the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED :.t Miami,
Florida, this 20tB day oi October,
A D. T.I53.
E. it. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
WM W STOCKING.
I Circuit i'o'iii Sc.il) Deputy Cleric
THEODORE l: WAYNE
li 1.1 Ponce de I.....n Blvd.
Coral cable-, Florid*
Attorney for Plaintiff
10 L':;-:i" 11 6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 31195-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
ELVA F. BONTELL,
k BLVA Mo NT ELL,
u/k a F:LLA MONTEI.L, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sad
Estate: .
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
Claim! and demands which you, or
either of yon, may have against the
estate of ELVA F. MONTEI.L, de-
ceased late of Stark County. Ohio, to
the Hon. W. F\ P.LANTON. County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. SaWI claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred.
Date- Oetober 14. AT). 1U..3.
ETHA M. HARPSTER.
as Ancillary Executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of
ELVA F. MONTELL
Deceased.
RICHARD KRIEOER FINK
Attorney for ancillary estate
10/23-30 11/8-13
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MY, NOVEMBER 13, 1953 *Jm>lsti n^rkilrtn LEGAL NOTICE CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KB IS HEREBY U1VKN that ,i,.i signed, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of IT AI'ARTMBNTB. at 1016urrlti Drive, Miami Beach, In,', register naM the Circuit I-* i.rida. HERMAN ANIiERMAN .UiiiTHV A. ANOERMAN STEPHEN J, BANICK ANNA M HANICK LEY M. PRED foi Applicants I,,,1,1 Bldg. ; -: >-' i I LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B of name with the Court of Dade PITlCe UNDErt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K |H IIKRKHY GIVEN that In signed, desiring to engage In t,** uniler the fictitious name of IAUE INN, at 4298 S.W. 8th M i.i in I. intends to register said vilh I be Clerk of the Circuit „( Dade County, Florida LILLIAN KELLEY Sole Owner |EL RANI' t,., foi owner hlVllipia Hldg. i„.;7 — 18/4 (TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jdiinitned, desiring to engage In uler Che fictitious name of IICA.NK PRINTING COMI'ANY i.rporated). at 817 S.W. 18th Miami, Intends to register i, with the Clerk of the Clrhui't "f Hide County Florida. AKTHl'R J. STERN Si de owner IEL HAND lev for owner MymiiiH Hldg. id-:: — 12/4 ITICE UNDtR FICTITIOUS' NAME LAW h.K IS IIKKEBY GIVEN that Iderstgned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of littAY KOSHER MEAT MARENNWAY GROCERY AND I'KNXWAY FRUIT AND TABLE MARKET. PENNWAY tl:Y at 1447 Pennsylvania Ava„ %  ach. Intend to register said with the Clerk of the Circuit ,.f 1 >:.!.County, Florida. BRAND.MAN and C< ITTESMAN c IOPEHSMITH DB i illt Koiul •7 — 12 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ?. u ...'Y".5V n .', ,r ,he "vtltlous name of BEAUTY NOOK, at 11667 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .„,„„ RUTH HOI.HEN 10/30 — 11/6-13-20 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 29626 B RE: ESTATE OF PHILIP SCHMERTZLER, I <•. en sed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is herehy given that I have riled my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of PHILIP SCHMERTZLER MOWMii and that on the 3rd day of December, ItSS, I will apply to Uie Honorable FRANK B. HOWLING, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said Ilnal report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of PHILIP SCHMERTZLER. deceased. This 3rd day of November, 1953 LILLIAN SCHMERTZLEH. Administratrix TURK & NEWMAN by SULLY I. HERMAN. Of Counsel Attorney for Administratrix 11/6-13-20-27 ITIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION ITHE NAME AND BY THE ITHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA .!. TO WHOM THESE PRESSHALL COME. OREKTis to certify that, whereas. Korsun, Miami Iteach. Florin [Korsun, Miami Beach, Florida pnuus, Miami Beach, Florida Plncus, Miami Beach, Florid* the 2nd daj of Majr, A.I>. IMl, In be Incorporated under the ns "' Chapter 11KJS6. Laws of A*ew Ybrk, New York You are herehy 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 Attorneys, KESSLER & GARS. 1782 W. 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, 1953. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will 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 iM THE JEWISH H/'KIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd day of November, A. D. IMS. E. B. WEATHERMAN, • Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida Bv WM. W. STOCK INC. (I'll cult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 11/6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In E-'J" n e .K. under lhe "etltlous name of KOHNEIt SUNDRY, at 376 S.W. Xth Street, Miami, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ELI tr {V? r V KR K ,,8MAN ^^" Attorney for Applicant 23.. Lincoln Rd, 10/23-30 — 11/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In K us '"r, !u ;." n d. e r ,h fictitious name of FLAGLER BUSINESS BROKERS, at number 2510 W. Flagler Street. In the City of Miami, Florida, Intend to regl ter Ar e Balrt name -l *h the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Uade County. Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th Oay of October. 11153. WOODROW W. GORDON HENRY JraS N OKX,N,i1 ^ Attorney for Applicant* TT.L W *'taler St., Miami, Florida 10/23-30 — 11/6-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 163531 MALLIE LANGO, Plaintiff. vs. CLadRE LANGO. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE the stockholders of said Jf* SU,T FOR DIVORC I ..a the 2nd day of *<> % %  < LA IKE LANGO, \ D 19S3, cause to be filer? Rcsi.icn. % % %  unknown ..f the Secretary of State OU, CLAIRE LANGO, I Capital, of NoPTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that t'd, desiring to engage In Til, r |he fictitious nilllle. of %  Kb. BAR, m :,-il S.W. 55th id. Intends to register, said the Clerk of the Circuit Dade County, Florida. WALTER Gl'NToN, Owner ll.KR & CARS ilor Applicant I" F'lagler St. — 11/6-13 BTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW 1 E IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  lulled, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of • AMERICAN SHOE STORE, N Miami Are., Miami, intend Uster said name with the Clerk 'ircuit Court of Dade County, MORRIS R1MLAND .,,„ ANNA RIMLAND P'AN I. BRETON for Applicants' beybold Hldg. : u/6-u-lo >TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,, NAME LAW ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that P'lderslgned. desiring te engage In v s ',.','":'"JJ? S^ii** ,k "** !me of > Kl.coRD SHOf. at 907 N.W. "••. Miami, Intends to register "e with the Clerk Of the Clrourt of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE BERNSTEIN — 11/6-13 hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce his been filed against yott, and you are required to serve a copy of v..ur Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN ESSEN, S23 S.ybold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the olflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of December, ill I If you fall In il" so. Judgment by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. DONE AND i illIiKRKI) at Miami. Florida, this 3rd day r.f November, A.D. 195t. E 1! LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Daile County, Florida. Bj WM. W STOCK INC (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk i I e ii -'"-NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE,IS HEREHY GIViEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHOSEN PRODUCTS, at 4858 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GRACE N. TAYLOR ICVELYN C, BERNSTEIN STANLEY JOEL LEVINE. ESQ. Attorney for Applicants 11/6-1J-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROBS GARDEN APTS.. at 193 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 R. ROSS, President JACK ROSS, Secretary STANLEY JOEL LEVINE. ESQ. Attorney for Applicants 11/6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 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. MORRIS LUCK „, W ILLIAM WOLFARTH BERNARD S. MANDLEH Attorney for partners 10/30 — 11/6-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 163750 FANNIE MAE COOKS, Plaintiff, vs. WILSON COOKS. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: WILSON COOKS, Residence unknown. 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 Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, BENESSEN, 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 27th day of November, 1953. If vou fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you (or the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 27th day of October, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, l 'ade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN, ESQ. Attorney tor Plaintiff 823 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 ATOMIC TELEVISION AND RADIO, at 71 E. 2nd St., Hlaleah, F'la Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HOWARD B. ROZRAN HERBERT WHITMAN I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Applicants 1403 Congress Hldg. 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HFIREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE GOURMET GUILD, at Penthouse, Cobbs Building, 355 Lincoln Road. Mi.mn Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Hoi-Ida. HENRY COBBS JAMES H. COBBS ERWIN C. KARDEN BROAD & CASSEL Attorneys for The Gourmet Guild 10/3U — 11/6-13-20 IN NOTICE TO DEFEND THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVSNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORI0IV IN AND FOR DADE ICOUjNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163792 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163901 ARTHUR W. MITCHELL, JR. Plaintiff. vs. RUTH E MITCHELL, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RUTH E. MITCHELL 15 Myrtle Street Saratoga Springs. 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 Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. GEOROE L. KNIGHT. Eaq., 1006 Security Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer er Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of December. 1953. M you fall to do so, Judgment by default will 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 JEvVIBW FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 3rd day of November, A.D. 1953. R WEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 11/6-13-20-27 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ORPQBAXiON OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366 liVOUK, Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE HYDI'K, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: GEORGE IIVI-UK. 450 Pauleson Avenue, Passaie, New Jersey. You are hereby notified Hut a Bill Of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a ropy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Coropiainl on the plaintiff's Attorneys. .MYFIRS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN, 650 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in tinoffice of lhe Clerk of the ChVuil Court on or before the :wtli day November, 1953. If you fall to ilolm, Judgment by default will he t.ik.* against you for the relief demande! in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published onoe each week for four conaecutlw weeks in THE JEWISH l-'l.t iRI I 'I AN DONE AND ORDERED at. Miami. Florida, this 2Sth day of October, A.D. 1953. E. P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By WM. W. STOCKING, tCircult'Court'Seal) Deputy Clerk MYERS. HEIMAN A KAl'I.AN Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida 10/30 — 11/6-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 163719 THERBb'A RUPOLI. Plaintiff. VS. WILLIAM RUPOLI. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM RUPOLJ Auburn State Prison Auburn, 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 copy of your Ahswer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney and to file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 30th day of November. 1>5I; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. DATED this 26th day of October, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: R. Hi RICE. JR. (RHI) Deputy Clei k (Seal) GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Liu. ..In Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 10/30 — .11/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICJJ IS HEREHY GIVEN that the iiuajpnlRued, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LAKESIDE COMPANY, not Inc., at 4747 North Bay Road. Miami Beach, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 1IAR. d.D J. SHER SAMUEL S PEACHIN IIKHMAN GRAYSON. Esq. Attorney for Lakeside Company, not Inc. 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 10/23-30 — 11/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JAM BAR, at S27 S'.W. Kth St.. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. N'iRMAN C. HOWE KESSLER ft GARS Attorneys for Applicant 17S2 W. Flagler St. 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 ..' A s, A DISCOUNT AGENCY, at 37 NE First Avenue. Miami, Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. D. J. APTE K. W. A PIE I.F:O ACKERMAN MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 650 Seybold Hldg., Miami, Fla. 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of RAX SHOE STORE, 47 N.W. 5th Street. Miami, ft MIAMI SHOE MART. 31 N.W. 2nd Street. Miami, F'la intends to register said name with the Clerk of the I 'ircuit Court .,f Dade Countv, Florida. SHIRLEY BEUBia I" :':l-:;0 — 11/C-I3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the urKlerabBieA iieHliiim to engage In business under tinfictitious nanie of KAYS 1.I...UI.U BAR ft PACKAGE (Present business addivss C4 !•• 1667-t West Flagler Street. Miami. Florida) Intends to register the said name with the Clark of the Circuit court ol I '...!< %  County, Florida; the date the said business was commenced was September 16 ,1353. HARRY II NATEMAN 10'23-30 — 11/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163509 ANN M. DELANEY. Plaintiff, vs. MATTHEW A. DELANEY. Defendant SUIT FOB DIVORCE TO: MATTHEW A. DELANEY Address Unknown You, IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF' FLORIDA, are herebv notrfled that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy 01 your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. WILLIAM H HAMILTON, 242 Civic Building. Miami, Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 16th day of November. 1933. If you fail to do so, Judgment by delimit will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI 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 19th day of October, A.D. 1903. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By M. C. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 10 13-10 — 11/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring business under the li.Utious name of DEPENDABLE T-V AND RA SERVICE, at 8692 w. Flagler Btreei Miand. intends t.> register said name with tinClerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florid*. HOWARD F'OHT, Sole Owner MONROE D1XON Attorney for ow nee 506 olympia Bldg. 10/30 — ll/ii-i::-.-0 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 163550 BEN SNOW EISS, Plaintiff, vs. RUTH HNOWF:IS8. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RUTH SNOWE1SH, 787 E. 175th Street. Bronx 60, New York You RUTH SNoWKISS, 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 plaintiffs Attorney, KURT WELLISCH. No. 1 Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of November. 1953. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. Thla notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDKK>:i> at Miami, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Florida, this 20th day of October, A.D. 1953. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk KURT WELLISCH. F;SQ., 1 Lincoln Road Bldg.. Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 10/23-30 — 11/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbst the Dttderslgned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WE1NRICHH BAKERY AND OVEN BAKE SHOP, at 246 Ponce de l,eon Boulevard. Coral Gables, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Victor Reiss, Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attornevs for Owner ...II Seybold Bldg. 10/23-30 — 11/8-1S I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 160085 JOHN l\ S'lKAM-.E, Plaintiff, Vs. l.iiUHl ITU M STRANGE. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: I.oRKDITH M. STRANGE Jacksonville. Florida You are hereby notified thnt a Bill ..f Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are requir, .1 to s. i ve a i*i.|..v "f "in Answer ..r I'leUii.i: to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. TIIHoDoUE R. WAYNE. 21I6 Ponce de !.< Blvd., Coral Gable.-. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Curt on or before tire 21st day of November. 1953. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you Mr the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED :.t Miami, Florida, this 20tB day oi October, A D. T.I53. %  E. it. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida WM W STOCKING. I Circuit I'O'III Sc.il) Deputy Cleric THEODORE l: WAYNE LI 1.1 Ponce de I n Blvd. Coral cable-, Florid* Attorney for Plaintiff 10 L':;-:i" — 11 6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 31195-A In Re: ESTATE OF ELVA F. BONTELL, %  k %  BLVA Mo NT ELL, u/k a F:LLA MONTEI.L, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Sad Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any Claim! and demands which you, or either of yon, may have against the estate of ELVA F. MONTEI.L, deceased late of Stark County. Ohio, to the Hon. W. F\ P.LANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. SaWI claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. DateOetober 14. AT). 1U..3. ETHA M. HARPSTER. as Ancillary Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of ELVA F. MONTELL Deceased. RICHARD KRIEOER FINK Attorney for ancillary estate 10/23-30 — 11/8-13 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* Iwi*h F1oridlanav Bete year lxjal notice*. 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PAGE 6 B Plan Interiaith Thanksgiving Program Miami's first interfaith Thanks giving obsorvanc? will be held on Thursday. November 26th. in Dade County Auditorium, and plans are now inderwi] to complete the pro gram, according to an announcement this week Koprcsei-.t.r.^ :.\c Data County hish schools, a WOvoice ehonu will make two appearances on the i which i> >chedulcd tor rtua Da) at 10 a m Dr .!.:> F W Paaraoa. preskteal of the ', aiversit) of Miami, will be pnnci tidiBI will be State rnej Gearga A Braatffaai Numerous .croups and agencies throughout the eouBt) will join taw mat according to Or b H Cuauiafhaa executive I Florida Region Na :ans and law eveal The iBTOcatioa will be offered by ftrunstcttar eo confer Heimar.. Jew adae Of SOod !.. ade b> Municipal E Thomas Reading the will be Ralph hart WTVJ awwaaaM Dr H FTa-s w.:. aaaa Pretaaro-cawJraaaai and MC* president i Miami, will in an I F*TPAY NOVEMBER 13.11 rf&fyffaei Cast Listed For New Ring Comedy -' ac*i Best Foot f .(I ll-da> iMKHince-. cvk. Barr^ Weakaf er Barha-.%  -. Mart V' Seirert as rte aa y Jel-.-ek as Miner Oaawa as &-u*i C featured are Towy DeSantas ... H S %  Metaas as Wu-rm*. Jar* >r ttar*, oreeu ii Verio* t\ %  %  chcraaaa Siaaoe See Doha. Rewee Mnadei I Baa iLtppaBcrt. %  coaardy about prof seatataoa wtl he haraeafaae • Meaenh. ho directed the .• %  — -• v -. .%  %  I Veada** has tooth a:o Best Ftxx For ward Al Hi rhaaia will serve as ... Lelfl to riaht are Harmon Binder Mrs. Alex Younqerman and Robert Tyler Davis at the fountain in Villa Viacaya. Dade County'a Art Museum. Darin. Viscayu's director, appeared at an illustrated lecture at the Ror.ey Pkna Sunday as a prelude to National Art Weak. On a Miami Beach committee for hVa ',x-.\ rbservence are Mrs YaaaajMaWOB, chc-imar. M:s. Zccbary Bailey. Mrs. Warren Freeman. Mrs. Zana Posever Robert Draper. Anton Loeb. Max Drossin and Binder. ITS NFWI s ITS run New E:.:.:r .-? :*-Ye*r Hebrew CatawnV Free To Our Readers. A.: r%:es Up To 19*5 la The TraJiiiMd Moaner SacrawefftBl WNN Include Ph. 58-7881 BLUC I00M it W The ae caitM* •/ ike ea lmair AH Hetr* aad Fjiflt** Sates fr*a 1MI la 1*J'" Jews* hatoear* aa !*••t ta> fi> %  ai a— &£*! £JUNE toAli^J HEALTH EG65 BEST ^ BUTTERttM Compaq *t.*i IfNOX MANOR H. a. co. tf-Oft'N SUNDAY, NOV. 15 T.LInN JlfrgdHne 1 GARDENS NOW Is?* 77n DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARI N E row rrcs. c\"ER^"noin LOW CALOfUE TIETS T Cam am UT4 Tea Tew max miitocr i • %  f • r GiiATtt HUAMtS SMAMTIS7 H Aim AMIS ROO*S WITH -ri *C*-LS F FM* tairmw P*I* r 5 9 : W>— -t Q J Em — —I T Rtit^ INOeVIOC-Wk. *T-re,TOe. GtVCH TO TOSC CN "J-., 7 LEMOX AV, MIAMI M-ACM P--** E ** m xm HKJT *m a yff} MENDELSOHNS TJfl RESTAURANT A CATERERS Caraer 4t $f. I Rmyt Paawi A.**** M.*3** 1 a tint** 0 5A7R7* A U Carte Rne Italian Poods Wc Srrw I About Your FOOD A QaaaAaa Caw %  %  Smnem r a •aiaaiiia %  %  ai 4-Oz. S^2a Botha..Only 75c AVAILAILE AT YOU* LOCAL FOOO STOtE SttaAs Oaaos Oaktea •4-7759 %  7l-fn7 7444 KSarW It YD. PHONE 3-S4f53 •-s i.:' a -r. z^% ROSED ALE ***** • KOSHER STYLE COOKING %  !" TE ,W **. 1 • A CONOITIONEO • EE ^"'^ raa^riif^ f.r mil *i:* Pmrt J^Ji I7t N.W. RaFTH STWEET IACZ & Hi. CATOD3S *• H • -Jilti m am.



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PAGE 2 A +Jewlstrhrkman FRIDAY. NO VEMBER Continued from Page 1 A hear Mr Reuvou ShWmaV Minister Plenipotentiary of the State of Israel, who will give the principal ddfWS. A report on the Ivrael project will also be heard. At the closing banquet. Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the. %  h Theological Seminary, will deliver the major address. The presentation of the Solomon •cht'chter and Ramah Awards will he made at that time. Throughout the convention, seminars and workshops on Tapping i M Leadership Resources. PtJ ihological Foundations Of Synagogue Leadership. Leadership In FEATURES NOTABLES Davis, who is In charge ,*W the Eternal Light radio and television • % %  grams, ami DnaV\brahara K He*chel. teacher and author of The Earth Is The Lord's and other works. The Local Arrangements Committee consists of Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman. Murray R. Apfelbautn. Sol Cohen, Judge Irving C'ypen. Samuel Fricdland, Al Goldstein. Harry Gordon. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. Frank A. Rose, Bert Sher, Bernard Sterling and Jerry Su>sman. Assisting are: Mrs. Joseph Berman. Mrs. Bemhardt Chesin.iii. Mrs Louis Cohen. Mrs. Jack Klinger. Mrs. Harry Laufer, Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Harry Ohphant. Mo.wtll Abie'/ Action and TechniqueFor The nal Met tin:: will be i'Ut>tanding laymen Herbert. I>r Morton S director of I'nited Synagogue Youth, and Samuel Ribner. director of Youth Activities, will serve as consultants. In conjunction with the converj, tion, many of the associated organizations will conduct special events The national Board of the Women's Dr. Abraham I. Hescaef League of the United Synagogue will convene, and the Southeast Branch of the organization will conduct several workshops and luncheonon Monday and Tuesday. The Seaboard and Southeast Branch of the National Federation of Jewish Men's dubs will hold a luncheon meeting on Sunday. B9 will the Southeast Branch of the I'nited Synagogue The National \ iation of SyViscncue Administrators will alstfSjsjBU on the same dsjj A >pecial luncheon is being spo ns ored on Tweadaj by the National planning and campaign comit the Seminary. A unique pre-convontion activity, it wav announced this week, will be the Torah Institute which will take place at the Mount Royal Motel November 12th through ISth. The faculty will con.-i-t of Dr. Simon Greenberg, Dr. Moshe 3D Dr. Maihe Devi's 3S0 Lincoln Road Meixanin* — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Are. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles tpft TERMITE' CONTROL FRH INSPECTIONS CAll ^>TTO" TMI OtKIN MAM Call 2-1776 •"*•' of B'nal I rlrh Mrs. Goldberg Again To Head Sisterhood Chesed Shel fmess Mrs Israel Goldberg has been unanimously elected to serve as president for the third consecutive | year of the Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess. Mrs. Goldberg is a member of the Israelite Center Board of Directors and vice president of the Sisterhood there. Other officers named include the Mesdames Anna Block and Rachael Sakowitz. 1st and 2nd vice presidents; Fred Ochs, recording and corresponding secretary; Sara Stone, treasurer: and Sam Geltner. financial secretary and publicity l chairman. Board of Directors includes Na• than Alexander and the Mesdames I M Gold. Anna Gruberg, Gussie Hershbein. Sam Okanoff, Lee Sa-1 perstein. Mr. and Mrs. David I Singer, the Mesdames Pauline Rap-' paport. Mary Wengrow and S. Wil ner. 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MIAMI BRANCH A OFFICES: 21S1 N.W. 10th Avenu* TELEPHONE: 244M for Delivery Excitingly Different Taste! \ Art Classes Resumed Art classes of the adult education program at the Coral Gables Jewish Center will be resumed on Wednesday evenings. 8 to 10 p.m.. according to an announcement by Mrs. Charlotte Halpert. in charge of the classes. Mrs. Halpert said i that this inaugurates the second year ef the classes. CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH Jewish Funerals with 5,713 years ef tradition ll ii ala) %  M>urrr of profound ronifort. •" *" '"* thai Jeih tarvitM at Rieride are ronductrdrofpertly with a thorough knowledge and faithful rrpri lor r. In tradition a* well as with -.>mpathHi €• -nit-ration lor the family. f.. 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%  %  •MSjaSSJ^g )AY, NOVEMBER 13, 1953 • %  "•*#* nnrlHU>%r> PAGE 5B INITIATES PALESTINE DEBATE; KIBYA OPENS ISSUE THAT MIGHT HAVE REMAINED CLOSED By ARTHUR LEWIS (Jewish Tl9rphic Afloncy UNITED NATIONS—It was the lericans who initiated the Palesdebate in the Security Coun[the British and French tagging ng for moral support. They did Ibecause of the "increasing coni at the mounting tension along frontier between Israel and J neighboring Arab States," and. Imust said that, at least, they 1 not prejudice the issue by coning the debate to the Kibya intent, as the Arabs wanted to do. Jtill, there is no doubt that the Lva incident set off this action, I without it, the Big Three hid not have called for a Secur(council meeting. The Israelis uld have welcomed such a de. and any action taken here to vent what Prime Minister Ben hon has described as a "onetd war" in which more than 400 Eeli citizens have been killed and wounded by Arab marauders since 1950, and 130 in the past year alone. However, coming as it does immediately after the attack on the Jordanian village, and as a result of it, the Israeli delegates find themselves inhibited and put in the worst possible light. At the same time, the State Department in Washington has made it known that the Kibya incident and other Israeli attacks on the Arabs have been the reason for the administration holding back a grant of $13,000,000, the first pay ment on an allocation voted for Israel by Congress. Yet, it has been common knowledge for many weeks, long before these incidents occurred, that the United States was holding back this money. To observers here, it seems that there have been misunderstandings between the Israeli Government and the administration in Washington with its announced New Look policy in the Middle East, and these misunderstandings have been exacerbated by recent events. The State Department has several grouses. It is obviously miffed that the Israeli Government did not reply to one of its recent notes. But what has annoyed the American administration most is that the Israeli Government "has shown no interest" in cooperating with the United States and the United Nations in developing the water resources of the Jordan River for the benefit of the countries on both sides of it. This is what is known as the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) project whose purpose is not only to provide irrigation and electric power for the neighboring states of Israel, Jordan and Syria, but also to resettle some 200,000 Arab refugees. The TVA Jordan River project, which was given an official imprimatur by being disclosed at a press conference here, would irrigate some 400,000 dunams (a dunam is about a quarter of an acre) of land in Israel, around 500,000 dunams in Jordan, and about 30,000 in Syria, although it would provide Jordan with almost twice as much water as Israel. However, there is a catch to this project, and a very significant catch; it would require minor adjustments in the frontiers, and Israel would be expected to give up some of its territory. Now, such adjustments cannot be made without a Palestine peace settlement. And who, but the Arabs, arc holding up a settlement? Although it is distressing, there is nothing irrevocable about the present situation which has been caused by misunderstandings that can be resolved. Undoubtedly, Ambassador Abba Eban, in his conversations with the State Department, has been able to clear up some of the irritations. It is expected here too that the visit of Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's personal representative and "trouble shooter." to the Middle East, should help to improve relations between Israel and the United States. Added Play Area Is Opened At Academy An additional play area to accommodate the children seeking entrance to the Hebrew Academy, will be completed this week, ac" cording to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. "This additional Kindergarten space," Rabbi Gross said, "is designed to meet the most modern and progressive renuirements in preschool education." As one of its projects for the current school year, the Fathers' Club of the Hebrew Academy will help equip the newly constructed play area. Irving Firtel, president, has called upon the mothers of Academy pupils to assist the group in this project. %  See the NEWEST new cars of the year! 1954 HUDSONS including an exciting new HUDSON HORNET %  < I New Flight-Line Styling for the Fabulous 1954 Hudson Hornet Sea"*" Introducing Instant Action Engines with Super Induction SPECTACULAR NEW HUDSON JET The Jet brings to the lowest price field, performance that can be compared only to the fabulous Hudson Hornet itself. 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PAGE 8 B -Jelr FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. Menorah Group Lists Study Projects Mrs. Louis Schwartzman. Educa tion COawanttfaM chairman of the Menorah Croup of Hadassah. con ducted the first meeting of the Study Group at her home. 350 SV. 28th Road, on Wednesday. Featured were two introductions to two programs for choice of the Study Group's project. Mrs. Se> mour Gordon introduced the, theme. Democracy's Hebrew Roots. Mrs Schwartzman discussed Great L Jewish women throughout history The group also discussed Jewish holiday* and customs and analyzed j current news e\ent> Mrs Sydnev Opler has been named secretary of the Study Group. Beth David PTA Board members of the Beth Pav id PTA will meet on Monday evening. November 16th. 8 p m at the home of Mrs Jack Gerer. 10 SW 2nd Avenue 00-hoste will be Mrs Hi man Abramowitt. Women's Counsel Meets B"nai B nth Women s Council of Sooth Flonda will meet on ThursVnember 19th. 8 S3 %  lonul Hotel O b i t %  a r i e s MAX RAPHAEL -. of 131"> NW l-*lh •"' ,,; "' SmtmmtI Mr Kapharl rUM hI ar aco from 1->K, Worth H* %  • < "f %  • ** %  alt*. I (lwhl.r Mr er mil !•• >" ^"'^ % % %  to \r* Tor* tor —i li — and burial r ineral Mo M '" chara* JOSEPH ROSE II. o* Bjrtna .*>' Mw !" "t*^naaard aaraj Noombor 1st Thr body a mi to fhilad^uhia tor a*r"rica .mil burial. Oord-n Miami Hear a h-uiwr.l Home aa %  > h.'iTr k aily ilna ar* his wtl, Uaaate. and a daua-htrr. Mis Kk>m Ooop*r. ..f l"alladrl|>hw. MRS HELEN J WEITHORN s: Bay Harbor latird Notrmber Jrd Mr. W*ith.-rn waiting her* from l*lm-an*yilr. III. *urt:vlnc ar* h*r husband. Kdward. and a on. B*rnl* U. of iVmn III. Riv*rtd Miami Baaca Kun*ral HMM a*nt th* body to N ^ tor a*rvic*a and burial. LOUIS GREENHOUSE %  M rtih Jit. a rvlirrd arj-rnirr and *tanelinalc*r ln ana 1 com* frv>m Htm Hav*n. iV.no fl i \ irmbw ita. ar %  tn aatarrrar* a< \ nv*, Mam --. i r awach— -.' Mr* Ma \. .. T-<* aari I -:h K \ M IN THE MAIL Editor. The Jewish Froridian: Our side, our cause get* a sorry or no play in our local press. The following, a letter sent to an otherwise wonderful newspaper, on Oc tober 17th. has still not appeared in its columns. May we hope? •At Plymouth colony, at James town and later at Cherry Valley. and at innumerable other settlements, our pioneer fathers suffered murderous attacks upon their women and children by prowling Indians Often, the men of the little towns gathered a small force and made a shambles of the village from which the suspected' attackers came Hardly anyone was snared Unmistakably the settlers were taahng them in bloody retaliation to keep the peace. "So. too. in Palestine today, savage neighbors of the lsraelies have infiltrated at night, killed wantonly, cruelly — a mother and two children this week. border guard before that, or a toiler .journey ing home Under cover of darkness. the murderous Arabs have slipped to their towns. The very stones of Judaea would cry out if the men were so supine as to stand by watching the dear, mutilated dead The attack on an Arab village, late this week, was just such a visitation as those of the early pioneers. In these days, as then, the warning had to be devastating enough to be understood in the only way they could be made to understand to leave us alone.'' B ert Hall GOHDOH ROOFING AMD SHEET METAL WORD Ha. ,ou rma* n mm u mt o, /• Jj&SgWAY — Wafaatary Wars fen li •HONI 4-1 Irtatail KOSHER u/v, [1255 8.W. 22nd st, p* SUNRtfrAk* HEALTH RESOffT HOTEL lAMITAJHOM I a* I a tote ***i v Ml poll lever 8-A ELECT B. E. WORR'S TARRIS N R.SSELL '•' w L"C\ .OSE~ STONEFiELO !IS aaal I*a ad • &f Jo*l an* anaraaa and alt -noiVr M s '• S I f ADOLPHE MENJOU %  Shfrtuv Kahn Circle Holds Meeting Here The Shirie> B Kahn < e H mpanior.s of the PWeat -.ca. met last night at the %  r Bat e>cted officers of the These include The Mesdantes Lottie Glick Lain. Shiriey B Kahn. dep. Mark: Fain, pant chief companioe. — io. chief companioa. Ha OM L Brown, sub-chief compnnioo. Ana Rim. rerordicg secretary The Mfnlimr Blanche L Has*. '""" %  secretary Diane Leon, trensurer. Rase oreeebert right g-jjde LUhan Marrow, left .wade: Saiiy no i>tawg. mo IT guard: Claire RJCHT outer guard Jeanie Goldberg, trustee cJaairmaE. Jean Mihoc trustee, and Luiiaa Halperr: tx-^stee HEARN / > > YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER HI WILL LET your city manager alone GIVE business-like city operation DEMAND strict and impartial law enforcement BUNG dignity and narmoay in government 8-A '*mmu 1*-Wr -mdCM ItWorsW J.JI 1mm Star mmd mtt H CHASES faYorite^tlry IOAT EVEMIHGS AT t-.M • JA. WTVJ Channel 4 H-t woak: TKl GAMUtr with Aaalvas aAaa j aa (tarrnaa t-5 I tmww w** OcaaraJ Revor mm AM Kak* Tr-Ju a---i >'LI Ehkctrte and Antraat WtMhax COULTON BROS. GARAGE Sivii Ha a aw l — Body Rcaalr* and P -' '* P^a l".--L"p and DaUvary — Wr*ci J-2344. 2-4AM *• ^* % %  ?' 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tf, NOVEMBER 13, 1953 vJarfsti norkUan PAGE 5 A jrida ADL Conference Is Slated )r Orlando November 15th Inal P' ans for tne a 8 enda f the | ual Florida State ADL Conferto be held at the San Juan I Orlando, Sunday, November,!^, have been released by Frank] • Kleinfeld. o£ St Petersburg, \" Ida State ADL chalrmafl. ie conference will be divided three sessions beginning at a.m. at the San Juan Hotel. luncheon session will be held ie Angebilt Hotel, commencing p.m., and the afternoon ses[ running from 2:30 to S p.m., 'convene at the San Juan Ho,KI< mfoki announced. problem of sectarianism in 'oblic schools in. Florida will subject of a special report :ed by Bart Cohen, of Tallae. to be presented at the ing session of the conference: is an attorney and an as; attorney general of the of Florida. His report will .y relevant Florida and Fedlaw, as well as describe the |ence of the problem, ^crimination in civic clubs in [da will also be considered at conference. Leading the diswill be David Wolper, of 'etersburg, ADL chairman of A. Cohen Lodge, B'nai B'rith. trt J. Balkin, Florida ADL di^r, will report on the findings survey of civic clubs just pitted by the Florida ADL and the State ADL Commithincheon session will be de n: to I he 40th anniversary of \ati Defamation League of B rith. Presiding at the lunche Mrs. William B. WolfD( Tampa, Florida State WornDL chairman. Guest speaker luncheon will be George J. fcoff, ADL national commistr and chairman of the ADL nittee District Grand Lodge B'nai B'rith. iK it Roth, ADL chairman of em Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Miami, lead a discussion on United immigration policy — past, r.t and future. cusMon leader on educational oclal action programming to (leract resort discrimination in la will be Tobias M. Simon, e ADL Committee, North luige B'nai B'rith, Miami Ighlifhting the afternoon sesIwill be a panel discussion on e d ucational programming ijh B'nai B'rith Lodges and Ifers. Participating in the panel entation will be Mrs. Mollie i %  ; %  i hairmaa of the ADL Coun% l Greater Miami, Mrs. William polf.son, David J. Wolper and N.it Herman, of Orlando, ADL I of the Orlando B'nai Women's Chapter. representative* from comBtiea throushout the State are tcted to attend the all day Conreception welcoming the visitrepresentativM will be held [ preceding Saturday evening at •San Juan Hotel. In charge of Orlando arrangements for the Iftrence arc Morris LaBellman, •Idem of the Orlando B'nai flh Lodge; Mrs, Morris Marcus, Guida Stresses ntform For Miami Commission Seat 8 'iuida, active in Miami civic rk during the past 24 years, this fk stressed his platform for lohctterment as his campaign for eat dr> the city commission drew (lose. Sujda said that he will work for Icitizer..-,' advisory council, effiP n <7 and economy, women in >emnient, modernization of the Jwiment, planning for the fue public referendum, coordinaf and harmony. am well qualified," Guida eased, "and I am certain that is voters will support my % •form for honest administration Rabbi Slcop To Speak At Adult Institute Rabbi Morris Skop, of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, will address the third session of the Adult Institute for Jewish Studies on Wednesday, November W, at the Beth David School building, 26th Road and Coral Way. .Rabbi.. Skop. w^Jl speak on the series. What We Jews Believe, describing the Jewish concepts involved in justice and mercy. The Adult Jewish Institute is continuing its registration in courses in Hebrew, Yiddish and Jewish life, it was announced this week. Language classes begin at 7:30 p.m., every Wednesday, at.the Beth David School building. The Institute is open to the general community. George i. Taliaaalf president of .the Orlando B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter; Mark Rudich, ADL chairman, Orlando B'nai B'rith Lodge; and Mrs. Nat Berman, ADL chairman, Orlando B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter. Athletic Program Starts The fall season Men's Adult Athletic program gets into full swing on Sunday morning at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Facilities are available for participation in handball, h a sketballi football, weight lifting, paddle handball, gym work and table tennis. The group is under the guidance of Art Kipnis. Mamba Club Meetings The Mamba Club of the North Shore Jewish Center meets Monday evenings at 9 p.m. Eddie Edwards and Lorraine, of the Sherry-Frontenac, are instructors. Sylvia Acker is in charge of information. Cardiac Hospital Party i'a'rni Chapter, NStioilaT ch"IT-" Ml. dren's Cardiac Hospital, will hold its monthly card party at Melvin Cohen Hall, West Flagler Street, on Tuesday, November 17th, 12:30 p.m. Hadassah Groups Stage Joint Bazaar Hibiscus Lodge will be the setting for a bazaar starting Saturday evening, November 14th and continuing through Sunday and Monday. Sponsors of the bazaar are the In charge of information are the Mesdames Ben Zeigmund, Herzl; Samuel Lepow, Shaloma; M. H. Lencer, Stephen Wise; and Jack Bernard, over-all chairman. Thick... Rich...) Satisfying... *\ and so deliciously smooth! j MAN|SCHF. W T Z Thil Symbol i$ four AttUf.lK. o< JTtlCTIST KA5MHUIM HNIST QUALITY! AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE %  i^ Z5 \\3GUST BROS Ry, is (hi ot \r' 2§T Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! 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LY, WQVHxaER 13, 1953 +Je4sM9HrkU*r, temple Beth Sholom Service Friday dedicated To Sydney Greenberg Services Friday evening at Temple Beth Sholom will be dedicated E,i Sydney J. Greenberg, Beth SholLn educational director, on the occasion of his completion of 25 tears of service to Jewish education, according to an announcement by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation. Participants in the service will L Dr. Azriel Eisenberg, executive Lee president of the Jewish Education Committee of New York; h r H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Mi|nu; Louis Schwartzman, director If the Bureau of Jewish Education If Greater Miami; Samuel Segal, [r, chairman of Beth Sholom Religious School; and Mrs. Irving B. taplan. president of Beth Sholom TA. Rabbi Kronish will officiate. !ter graduation from Gratz Colfge, Greenberg pursued Hebrew judies at Dropsie College. He folds a degree of Master of Educafrom Temple University. He egan his teaching career in Herew schools and public high bhools in Philadelphia. Greenberg %  me to Beth Sholom from his brmer posts as administrative asIstant to the executive director of ie Associated Talmud Torahs and jie Council on Jewish Education Philadelphia. Greenberg has been active in Zinist, B'nai B'rith and Jewish Duth activties and is the author numerous articles both in genial and Jewish educational magaes. Three years ago, he was apointed Professor of Hebrew at the Iniversity of Miami and was in Irumental in setting up the Heyew shelf at the University lirary. He has translated several HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS TEMPTING BEANS AS EVER • • • ^Afc m S>**n-Baked &EANS t The n.w |obI, of course, hot ihe @ eol of opprovol of. THE UNION Of OtTMOOOX '.JEWISH CONCECATIONI Of AMHICA. J HIIN2 COMPANY U, M Of THE^VARIETIE! Cutler Unveiling* The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abe Cutler, formerly of 2012 SW 24th Street, will take place Sunday, November 15th, 11 a.m„ on the Roosevelt Knights of Pythias Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Cutler is survived by his wife, Hannah, a son, Irwin, of Miami; also four sisters, Mrs. Edith Squires, of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Mary Berkowitz, of Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Minnie Rose and Mrs. Celia Smith, of Youngstown, Ohio; also one grandchild. Mr. Cutler was a member of the BPOE of Akron. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. PAGE 9 A 3B Sydney J. Greenberg of the poems of Bialik and Tchernichovsky. Greenberg is a member of the National Council on Jewish Educacation, Religious Education Association, American Association of University Professors of Hebrew, Greater Miami Board of License for Hebrew Teachers, Board of Directors of the Miami Beach ZOA and Board of Directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education. An Oneg Shabbat in Greenberg's honor will follow the service. Rabbi Reviews Books Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will review Eleanor Roosevelt's India And The Awakening East and David Ben-Gurion's Destiny And Rebirth Of Israel at the open meeting of the Sisterhood on Wednesday, November 18th, 1 p.m., in the Temple's banquet hall, according to an announcement by Mrs. Sidney 8efcwrtz, vice president and program chairman. Mrs. Bert S. Klee is Sisterhood president. Weiss Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Fanny Weiss, formerly of 341 SW 30th Road, will take place Sunday, November 15tM, 10 a.m., on the Beth David Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Weiss is survived by her husband Jules, a son Harry, a daughter Rita, two brothers, Henry and George, of North Bergen, N.J.; also three sisters, Mrs. Esther Brandes and Miss Sadie Friedman, both of Jersey City, and Mrs. Miriam Lesser, of Revere, Mass. Mrs. Weiss was a member of the Beth David Congregational Sisterhood and also Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Beth El Institute The Beth El PTA will sponsor a Chanukah Institute on Thursday, November 19th, 8 p.m.. according to an announcement this week by Mrs. H. Solloway, chairman. Director will be Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. LAKE State Head Clears Local Butcher Harold Altman. of Mogen Dovid Kosher Meat Products of Florida, has received a letter from the Florida Department of Agriculture at Tallahassee advising that a hearing originally scheduled to probe charges against him that he had sold horse meat at his establishment, 1987 SW 8th Street, Miami, was cancelled. Dated October 22nd, and written by H. E. Carter, attorney for the Department of Agriculture, the letter said that "I am directed by Honorable Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture, to advise you that there will be no hearing held by Dr. J. J. Taylor; State Chemist, on the reported charge against you for unlawfully selling horse meat at your place of business on September 29, 1953 and that the said reported violations by you will not be reported for prosecution against you. "This decision," the letter continued, "by the Commissioner to not hold the proposed hearing nor report the matter for prosecution is based on information contained in an unsigned letter dated October 21, 1953, to Honorable Nathan Mayo from Mr. Allan W. Neal, Inspector, P. 0. Box 402, Riverside Station. Miami. Florida, from which it appears that Mr. Neal is now satisfied that the charge made against you, as outlined in the notice served on you by Mr. Neal, was what he refers to as a frameup against you and to which Mr. Neal was an innocent party." Delio CRUZ For City Commissioner A BUSINESSMAN who will bring NEW INDUSTRIES to Miami MORE JOBS 10WER TAXES Endorsed by ladies International Garment Workers' Union Pull Lever 5-A FOR A NATIVE SOUTH FIORIDIAN (I'd. l'olnical Adv.) Vahe Favors Citu Manager Government As the city commissioner race was drawing to a close, John Red Lake this week went on record as favoring the city manager form of government for Miami and also endorsed the present city manager who, he said, "is doing an excellent job." Lake also cited the need for improvements in Miami's law enforcement and juvenile delinquency programs. The candidate pointed out that the city has alert and capable police officers, but added, "they can only be as effective as the policies which govern them and the ordinances which they enforce." Juvenile delinquency calls for a prompt investigation of causes. Lake said, in order to eliminate sources and contributing factors to the problem. "Support of the Metropolitan Miami Municipal Board in its studies to eliminate waste and duplication in city administration and operation is also an important plank in my platform." Lake said. Lake, a resident of Miami for 28 years, also calls for an aggressive industrial development program to help attract new industries to Miami, a change in the city charter to prohibit the city commission from granting variance permits under zoning laws, expedition of plans for the removal of the FEC railroad station and elimination of hazardous crossings, creation of a master plan to provide long-range traffic control and off-street parking, revision of city ordinances regulating bail bond practices and an immediate effort to improve Miami's credit standing in order to secure lower rates of interest on municipal indebtedness. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undi-r the flcMtloua name of PALM ISLAND >K MIAMI, at Km N.E Itth Street, Miami. Intend to register said IISIIIKwith th ll'T'H M{|> IIE.MIY liEIXIIAKI) NORMAN REINHARO I'm tmi %  HERMAN M BERK Attorney for Partners MO Lincoln ltod 11 ia-SO-27 — 12/4 IXUAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16406S NAOMI SHOHllT AltlAII., I'lalnt.i., I s. JAMB8 li. ARIAIL, Defendant. ... N OT .'.9 E By PUBLICATION TO: JAM Eh l>. 'AMAM. 3'JK Richards Street. N.W. Atlanta. Meorula Yol", JAMES I). 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Mia I Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CORONET MOTORS. It a r lorlda Corporation THEODORE It NELSON Attorney for Applicant 11/13-20-27 — 12/4 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO A LI. TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COMIC, GREETINGS: This is to certify that, whereas, Martin Abrams. Miami. Florida Lawrence Imbci, Miami Beach, Floi i • George Kastenbaum, Miami lt< Florid %  did on the 23rd day of October. A.D. 1152, cause to be incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 101*96. L& s I of I lorlda. Acts of IMS GREENWOOD FILM SERVICE, INC., a corporation, with its principal place of business al Miami Beach, I>al \J Or* •}. j, • ;:*:r wtvleh it ;;.>#• %  thut Mr, Na\l is anu Mt&aUTivrl *.>t thV ciarge 1 w • *c*int J-5I,R OJ'-llr'V • J-. '.vNii, |ftk| w'a*h* r'o"tfl *• a frtHsViai irty. I (I'd. Advertisement)



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Jewiislb-ElliDipidliiQun [MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1953 SEC. B nhoff's Book In World Jewry leceives Praise DP BOY DOES NOT WANT TO Gfl 'HOME' By The World News Service NEW YORK—There was only one decision Supreme Court Justice Levy could make, but when he announced it there was heart-rending weeping from the child who was the pawn of the litigation. The child of five could not have realized what the legal battle was about, but his heart told him what his mind did not possibly grasp. Herman was an Infant of one year when his parents, Benno and Irene Berkowitz, left him in a children's hospital in Czechoslovakia, Where they -were DP inmates. Subsequently, and for reasons not adequately explained, the hospital approved adoption of the child by another Jewish family, Mr. and Mrs, Fisher. When the parents learned that the child was with the Fishers, who then resided in Israel, they too went to Israel where they began and lost a lawsuit for the return of the child. In the meantime, the Berkowitz family settled in the US where, by sheer accident, Mrs. Berkowitz recognized her child in a New York hospital. The Fishers, it seems, had settled in the US in 1951. The lawyer for the Berkowitz family offered a document which, he told the court, proved that a court in Vienna had voided the adoption proceedings. The lawyer ior the Fishers asked for time to examine the authenticity of the document. The court adjourned final judgment to January 11th, but ordered that the child in the meantime be delivered in the custody of his rightful parents. As the parents extended their waiting arms to the child, he broke out into weeping, resisting embraces he did not understand. He would neither be cajoled nor enticed into joining his parents. Whether he will ever forget the force that was used is a matter that I only experts of the human pattern can possibly determine. Hirschmann Will Be Honor Guest At Bond BIG '3' Dinner November 24th Harry Simonhoff .. book recently published V. ill known Miami attorney HarSimonhoff has written a new t, Under Strange Skies, which enjoying a popular reception oughout the country, according reports received here. IT he author, a communal worker note, is a long-time Miami resist. His book was recently pubIhed by the Philosophical Library iNew York City and is receiving %  nraWe ;ind lengthy reviews in |ding newspapers and literary pplements throughout the counlctivc:y interested in educatieu|a.~d historical endeavors, SimonIfS book traces his world trav%  n some 36 foreign lands durthe past few years. His early filings appeared in The Jewish pridian under the title, I'll Say, |d included direct and overseas \\ "from Europe and Africa %  ting 1951 and 1952. Simonhoff is the son of the late verend Jacob J. Simonhoff who, | 22 years, officiated at B'rith! Dlom Congregation in CharlesSouth Carolina. He attended 1 Bennett School there and was I mted the AB degree at the Col-i e of Charleston. He was a stu-j hi of the late Nathaniel Wright; phenson, formerly Professor of j story at the College, as well as L M. Harrie, Professor English, glish. A noted Charleston reviewer, in king note of Simonhoff-. book, id that Under Strange Skies conns "the kind of writing to be pected from an admirer of the ie Professor Harris for whom rry Simonhoff still maintains J same veneration as in the days fhen he sat at the feet of that ofound thinker and searching ucator ... and reveals on every ge the influence and impact of days with Professor StephenFor five years, Simonhoff subser.tly practiced law on Broad Irect in Charleston and represent Charleston County in the State 'use of Representatives during 1921-1922 sessions. In 1925, he moved to Florida, fherc he became active in Miami's wish cultural, education and i'lanthropic endeavors. He lent us efforts to the Greater Miami ewish Federation, the Bureau of B *ish Education, the Bureau Lirar y. the Zionist Organization, 'IKI B'rith and the Israel Bond Rive, Simonhoff was one of the founds of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, "e, directed the first organized mpaig n for funds for the Joint "stribution Committee in Miami Ira Hirschmann, business executive, author, diplomat and patron of the arts, will be guest of honor at the Israel Bond Organization's Big 3 dinner in the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday, November 24th, it was announced here by Mrs. Louis Glasstr, Greater Miami chairman. The symbol "3" represents dedication, devotion and deeds to Israel, Mrs. Glasser explained. Reservations to the event may be made at the Israel Bond office. Mrs. GlasSPr reported that a dinner com mittee is presently in formation. Hirschmann. in the business world, has served as vice president of such New York department stores as Lord & Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdales. His frequent visits to the capitals of Europe and the Middle East gave him a background that proved invaluable during World War II, when he was appointed Special Attache of the US Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, and special representative of the War Refugee Board set up by President Roosevelt to bring thousands of refugees out of the Balkans. In 1946, Hirschmann was appointed Special Inspector General of the United Nations Relief Rehabilitation and resettlement of newcomers such as these and the role of American Jews is cne of the principal subjects on the agenda for the national conference on Israel problems and planning, November Nth and 15th. at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago. The United Israel Appeal, chief beneficiary of the nationwide United Jewish Appeal, is sponsoring the conference which will be attended by more than 1,500 delegates. and Rehabilitation Administration. Five years later, ne was elected president of the Foundation to Insure the Future of Israel, visited Israel and served as a liaison between the American Embassy and Prime Minister David BenGurion. Out of Hirschmann's experiences in fighting Nazism and helping to formulate American foreign policy have come a number of books, of which the best known are Nazism: An Assault On Civilization, Life Line To A Promised Land and The Embers Still Burn, tne last of which deals with the resurgence of Nazism in Germany. Hirschmann served for a decade as a member of the Board of Education of New York City, was chairman of the Board of Trustees of the New School for Social Research from 1935 to 1937. and served as chairman of the March of Dimes campaign in Manhattan in 1950. Ira HirsckmaHn during the late '20's and early '30*s and was one of the organizing chairmen and leaders of the Anti-Defamation League. In 1950, he left the United States on the first of two world tours in as many years. Under Strange Skies contains his impressions gleaned from these travels. The book is also devoted to a section on the rise of the Jewish population in Greater Miami from its beginning with Isidor Cohen, a lone pioneer, to the present. Currently, Simonhoff is working on a second book in New York City. He is also the author of a weekly column, American Notables, nationally syndicated by Seven Arts Features. Under Strange Skies is recommended reading by the Jewish Book Guild which calls the work "a heartfelt tribute to Jews all over the world and an unusual reading experieaee, particularly 'or the American Jew." It may be obtained at leading book stores here. Together with his bride of several months, the former Miss Use Danzinger, Simonhoff is expected to return to Miami sometime in November. Htf ** ** FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAMI You just haven't tatted a really good frankfurter until you taste these. 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PAGE4A FRIDAY. +Jewistflarklian avary Fri4ajr Flarieian at 1* N. E Siata Strict. Mani Mori**. £ntaraia TataSraaaW Aaancy. Savafl Arta Faatura &yntcatr. WartaV < %  • %  > kttm Sarvtca. Natianal Eaitar.ai Aaaooatian. Amar. can Aaaarntiaw of En*l>ah.Jawtat< Naai a a a nara. Flanaa Praaa Aaaaciatiait. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Sheet Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MNDUN News Editor Ta* Jawish Vr**ian Soaa KX (uaraaitac tba KuBruth of ta marraAPd J— aa*acttaad fat Ha calamM. SUSSCnifTIOM • A T C • : Qu a Yaar M-aS Twa Vaa/a Friday. November 13. 1963 Volume 27 Number 46 Kislev 6. 5714 During The Week.. ,A I Sfifj B T LEO MTJfDLW Big Three Repudiation Is Puppet Show THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE HELD a at the Baraywe Terr.ce HobL|The affair was a Dr : J?"**" I evenia* dinner at the CVrfaaTafcstaurant sponsoredb^,*^ Council on Community ReUHons. Principal speaker { Mitchell, president of the Southern Regional Council r^J* ^ 1 much to say about segregation in the public schonu ItcheU I | will soon be deliberated upon by the Supreme Court "^ Segregation in the South is less a function of the •**. fXUlUCill, I Only time and the amaal sanction of the United Nations were needed tor the Big Three vo deciare Israel guitr/ oi the Kibya attack presumably made on the Jordan border last October 14*h. The more this week by the United States. France and Great Britain, as we see R, was no mate than a rait accompli The incident, as the swiftly occxirring events surrounding it shew had been pre-judged mjmediately after the Arab countries brought ".heir charge against Israel to the attention oc the United Nations Truce Commission, The UN" pressec" by a sever, member Mosiern bloc, ar. American foreign policy whose stand is inder.r..:e cr.d VMHRI e.ther courage or vision. 0 G:ecBritain whose r.ee-i :c a stror.chcld r. the Near East becomes increasingly urgent and a rVRRC* toe fearru! to speak out could ic l.-je mere '.ha:cmr.-_'.ate its ruling ca the matter well berore otbcial heelings were ccn.-ludeci. 1: seems :c _s that the rest of the UN's deliberation was a mere puppet shew staged by Hale Mo.*£cr At Work The hc-e Tr.cr.oers are at :: again. This time he b.cc: .r.iah cmarchmar.. He is Dr Cyril 3arbett 5rv am s Archbishop at York. The \:chbishcp las: *e*; acrusec ihe >wish vcte New York c: paralyzma --he United Nations m .3 decLr.cs w-th the Palestine auesner. 1: seems =.:nj.;jr: that such r. charge shc-li rave came arm. an Emc'. ,s'T-am whose goveroznen: is a specthecc at '.he destroy Israel rampo.cr. 5m \-_s d>rs :..release Zh GcrB r.ew hand**! oi hate macxs r>nic the RRI rTeamed by those w.-.c whisper about the >w_sh T; r 71-e insmuct rr. -hat Vw rlrc .s a central reflect rr c: he :.:.vs mam stock-m~-de — %  -." >ws Baamk and ir a_xe that r_:_f;tr.;? j •; scrr.e secret Jewish ideel #as. The Sr.tish churchmar. ^ apparently totally .gaacan: at rurrea: American events. Last weeks may: New York City r.spraves has CaVsge rr-.rleteiy. Jews there %  Rfl rm ts tilute close tc ;ne-haii ot the [ a:r m.t ?r 3-arhemay aria; ahcu' .' r_-_-.r'ewish at rresea'j arc Ml XC person*, h wauid ajc be intersstng icr •he Aichb^hap :c ie-ara mat -die twa desecrted v a.aa-es WB .--pose -zV.: 'AaqsjRi are 'ews RepurLrr-. ;-•--, -. : ----psRRBfsji ttsdcK HaGeT the Big Three in the name oi a faltering World Government ideal. Power pohbes and dolku dipaornacy behind the scenes managed the well-duecied produ ct ion We find it difficult to take any more t ol er an t stand with regard to the Kibya affair far a number oi reasons Principal antagonist throughout the entire q u e st ion has been Great Britain, not Jordan and the Arab League. Only last week. Foreign Minister Anthony Eden told members of Parliament that England must stand solidly behind Jordan's charge. Were the British concerned with justice, they could hardly accept such a position before an equitable hearing at the United Nations had been concluded. It is no secret that the Kibya affair presented London with the first opportunity in many years to side with {he Arab states. The British defeat in Palestine, its economic rejection by Iran under Mohammed Mossadegh when the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company was nationalised and the recent conflict with • Egypt and General Naguib regarding English armed forces in the Suez area bare all added up to make Her Majesty's government embarrassed in the Near Eastern struggle for power. As protector oi an "outraged" Jordan, a nation which Prime Minister Sa Winston Churchill was instrumental in creating to strike a blow at the Zionist movement. Britain once again tzzds c cornfortcble cradle there. It seems to us signiiicant that the Kibya incident also marks a change in Anglo-American relations. Differences oi opinion over the acceptance of Red China into the United Nations and general disagreement b e t wee n our government and the British with regard to methods to be employed in combatting Communist aggression are all buried now in a m ac abr e jur^atirr. arising mam r; r.ew-:cuzd -;r^-r -—.: %  • — the condemnation at Israel Only France ameng the maor powers, has demensttatec any decree o: honesty in the enare mcident France s UN" delegate Hear. Hoppenot jomec the : z Three repudi at ion wr sadness and recce: and made reference to his grmmmsiiis feehnas oi sympathy tor pr?-..c_s 'e-*-sr victims at Nazi p er s e cu t i on. "•'• re-el this was meant to whitewash Israels per m the border fracas. c .s clear thcr Fans entenaans doubt about me %  =_;sWss'l aracal scnmcn_ng z: v.zieace Whet seems :z -s mast shaexma in the en-_-e ma-e: j z~ the Umtec Namans has seen : c ::r rmme M.jter Z>av.a 5en-3_r.cn s iLrva rmd Wkm z merrm. plosive civil rights issue then a violation of the Fourteenth 0 I • to the United States Constitution and its Equal Prwectimr!-!' 1 ^ the face of this amendment, the practice of segregations _"* 1 has continued since its passing in 1868 with virtual n_L-l***. legal attack. Indeed. Dr. Mitchell elaborated upon the pu!? 7 1 S guson case of MM to illustrate the means by which the SBM?-* 1 .--. was used to upheld as co-stitutional a Jim Crow UuiManT-T ^ ing for segregated trassportattea faeuities on that %  *•*.'. raJJ? In making its ruling, the coext said such segregation Drat**. continue so long as Uw tra ns por t ation taohties provided .Z** ui every respect with these accorded White personOut oi the Plessy vs. Ferguson case evolved the "sen__ %  equal" doctrine which has been used as a buffer against thtanL I ol the Fourteenth Amendment. While the cewtitation ruaraghLTl : No state shall make or enforce any law which shallabrils* i i privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States" inS i come virtually standard procedure to regard separation and ..H-fli as a legal and moral excuse for segregation. Dr Mitchell emphasized that the "separate but equal" M must be considered an infraction of the Fourteenth ItirisTju ; virtue of two important reasons. Reared in the South nd a Xaiw3 jits history, geography, economy and politics, he pwr-ed tosssas: states in which equality of educational facilities for Negro k-Hna. children does sot existMany Negro children, he said, atteal idld in dilapidated barns, old churches and in raznshackle desentt' k_i : ings. These are not owned by the individual states at all he aiat] little effort is made to disguise that fact. THE MATTER OF SEPARATION, although not i phjatafljii ous a constitutional violation, u nontheless as Oagrc-: DKM said that the Negro abhors being segregated because it nart, ks, I inferior This, it seems to me. approaches the probie's froa a i tional viewpoint, and although it is. in effect valid t-;• tbemtal June. 1950 the late Chief Justice Vinsoa ruled in the case ol s-gl vs. Painter and clarified the matter of separatioa in legalistic toai Sweatt. a Negro, sought entrance into the Unrversrt;. of ToaUd SchooL That venerable institution of education, decyntf hat aMta-l recognized the possible legal coa u eqee j ates of Rs der.aat a* obM lished for Sweatt a segregated and a^eieesi y fefenor hw rfcoTil order to avoid a showdown. Ic discussing the matter of separation. Justice V.nsoi IT talj the law school is the proving ground for legal learnmj ami axfej and it cannot he effective in ioU-tu m from the isdr. xkab aw i tutions with which the law interacts. -Few stades-.he sat _fl no one who has practiced law would choose to stuc-%  at ladsiT vacwam removed from the interplay of ideas and the etzsHfll views with which the law is coccerned." _iSt| •i**| !>>__) i-fSr r_ah I nif*Hl >>>tgicocRiMeet.. The Sweatt vs. Painter case and the %  se ID which a Negro applied for of Oklahoma tor courses leading to the Doctor of Eda ahile notable victories in the kettle agaanst segregao represent only patterns of procedure for the taapeadnc vis the p ubli c school system The Utter, sakke the fei not la every instance benefit frees state or fed*-weaeJ seriated with the issue of states rights From there it is am*l| sanali step ta the civil rights controversy. aj UH c s id -• :.A z 5 -.e nrst aVan cocveoe hare re-amNaeaMsbsi .:m Seme ~X r_-;. --. Ml mm Sec: 19 r.:;r w-_ rr ::: t-.f .: ^ c ma =; :._ \j Smmk -_ -^e. 2-a z THE SOUTHERN STATES MAVf WARNED they will not shade a Supreme Court ralaag m pnhbe schools South Carolina, as an nifi.t I that it is prepared to abolish the public seheal sjs est coart %  the laed hold that pi g M i m m poinacal a as hr a ti u aai of the civil rights and states long ago aaade cfear ret. indeed, well before tl Duueerat Party Bat the Democrats were sot the i week. Georgia Goverear Herman A d a Mw ii trathai ta ge easy oa the -I aaxi he urti Chawf of the court s the repirate bat brag any real change us the school thas las m the fact that the Negro trt saa u s ihnaihial the Certaaa tzaaes that kxh fATE Of 4 JUNO* M tALAJKl the Piea-j 't*L dertnne -xeW bi M trl-* !" } aa*n=!* .feodj 1 rahau based the e ipt s wtsw a ;i re far sesarate s^ tae Fa****] — aS.-! --a fhaaa-W^ is.atOB-. &T,B



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PAGE 10 B -JenistncrMtofL RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN TER I ices .I M pm R*^' %  i. % %  %  %  CUSS > • V :, ... %  • S Mrs Jack %  ISRAELITE CENTER • %  • %  r | li m -• -• %  • • MUDATM ISRAEL HEBREW NSTITUTE I ** %  I )•• H1ALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS %  w-ui -enices at m EtI The Oti --. %  • • i. Sa. KNESETH ISRAEL CON5RE CATION \il'. hold Fnda> taaalBf %  a: 5 r -nice* are at 8 30 am Rabbi V.raham V Omd > %  officiate antor Abrah chant — U • H ML Rjlh conduct an adult class. Bi ; t-> a SaNafllfc ..re at S a r p m • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL N Rabbi %  Ubi New ra:d dur:ic Three L.: Omm Shabbat will • r\ ice> fau iu£ht at Satataaj naming sen K~e> ire at f 3* a m. %  h* KabO. Swirsay will off mate Are We Part Of TV Tar. Of The Ar> we* -'.mud is slated r 4 ;— Mmcha will he at 5 : .< bj Shales Seudos i-r .r. the Academy BETH OAVIO SYNAGOGUE .".! • % %  njoo *er\>ee* at I Rabbi Max Shapiro Maurice Maracae* ofThe Center CVnr will be under the direction of Miriam r-stag Guest speaker Rahtu Kerhen Panes, director of am* and editor of the <_* Renew Flora'. ::er V: arc Markawttx in honor of hnr sou's Ba> V..: • v HJIKJU are when Ro b ert an M Mr : i am and 5 p.m i I TEMPLE ISRAEL of Mar i> eA*ar-{ serijces at I m wrth Dr Joseph Kai %  lot hi i Aad Freedom Of CouanMtibtri of C oup o n Limited •Jtaaouue us the service Car • ... reader the %  : • %  • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION -. --. i -* are at B a w. RaOta Moses Mescheteff win irTinti and tores*. Our Vert Owu Cantor Aarx *. eaaeartex wun naaaer the nutCTTlZtkS ACTION COMMaTTTK NAMED CA%a*Y W. 1 HKT ft*m COMMISSIONER WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Frida> evening services at 5 30 p m with Oscar Wein Ituui officiating. Rabbi Alfred \Vaxman will conduct late services at 8 30 p m when *ti;dent* of the Hebrew Sch.l will be honored Th.Rabbi discuoi Children Of Jacob Mr and Mrs I. Teitier c ho>t< at the Or.ee Shabbat NUouiBg in h>nor of their 43rd ueridnuj aaRivuaurjr. Saturday nrien are at 9 am Junwill be at 11 am •ed for 5 30 p m fol b> Mauri* • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION .i Friday at 5 30 pa SatI are at 8 30 am when RaLbi Simon April will and discuss: Do We Have Vrn-.i-tice ( antor Berele Kelewil! render the musical porthe HbKKJ A cla-> in Hnl .heduied for 4-30 pm. folk M acba and ShaJos Se-J>: MONTICELLO PARIC CONGREGATION •*.'.'. how Friday e%eninc MRt and at 8 30 p m with Rabbi Boris Racko\ -k> officiatinc and di>cus>mg Strange Goings-on An Oneg Shabbat will follow S^ m;ng semces are at 9 i JEWISH CENTER will hold >erv :ce> Friday at 8 15 p m. with Rabbi Max M land man officiating and assisted by Cantor David Bugley and the m:\ed choir Rabbi Landman's subject will be: Leaders Are Not Born Bat Are %  ed An Oneg Shabbat will follow, in honor of the Bar MiUvah of Billy Rosenberg, who will chant the Kiddush Services begin at 9 a rr. Saturday. Billy Rosenberg, son of Mr and Mrs Al Rosenberg, will become Bar Mitrvah The Rabbi's >ermon will te Three Generations W'Hh The Junior Coacrega:*i-s >eodos aad Maan\ HEBREW ACADEMY will hold I Friday eveaing services at 5:15 p m. Saturday morning services are at 9 am. when Aaron Fen>ter heim. son of Mr and Mrs Jack Fen>terheim. will become Bar Mitztah Rabbi Alexander Gross will oiate and ducuas: Reaching For Greater Heights. Mincha is at 5 'pm. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily lenices are at 730 a.m. and SIS pm. with Sunday morning ] sen ieo> at 8 am. • • • TEMPLE SINAI *fl] hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m dedicated to AnobtitC Day Members of the Jewish War Veterans and ry w.ll participate Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and -: The Flaming Sword Before The Garden Of Eden. Cantor ( Joseph W Malek will render the •al portions of the liturgy, with the Adult Choir under the direction of Reverend Mordechai Haalman The veterans will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat following -day morning services are at 9 a m with Juniar service> slated f r 10 a rr. Rabbi Shapiro will dicu" the Weekly Portion • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening ser\ ices at 8 15 p m with Rabbi Morns Skop officiating and discus1Your Heart In It Mr and Mrs Raymond Citron will be boom at the Oneg Shabbat foUowiar in boaor of their son. Mark, who will bejcome Bar M it nan Saturday morn • ing Hurricane Chapter of AZA I will participate in the sen-ice SatI urday morning services are at 10:45 'an-. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM w.li hold Friday evening services at 8 15 B rr. wrth Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating The*^, dedicated to Sydney J GrL educational director of thTS Participating w,u be ^ ; Euenberg. executive rk. L .•J^ttrtAEducaurj of New York Dr H Fran ilums vice presi lent of I remty of Miami. Lonis L man. executive director of i eau of Jewish K.iucatioo. a Segal. Jr. cha^an of tsTi Sholom Religious School,/ In ing B Kaplan, president PTA. An Oneg Shabbat*mw Saturday %  onung -en-icei 10:45 am. when Wwinj %  s on of Mr aad VWiUaaj rjaill become Bar Mitnah. Samuel Kelemer will n 1 musical portion! the la, I WANT MY MU HCBREWTEACHBt WISHES POSITION Too. • roon awitkiro tt t p tr i mt*. Uric a *ii c iol row* %  Vector. Co* .11. IM 2*7. FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMQGEK1ZFU Vbamin "D" VSk ~Mk rVodach" TEL. 2-2U1 Greater V-i=DeL-rny Tiatt Our Faratt %  • --' : r. etaky r.ioaurh wi ......... ... %  ..eumi >Sa. M IAMI TITL€ d QhtmctCa B TXJLBS Or TTTLC SERVICE IB DJLSC COOVTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE WSTJRANCE | Dcm't iuat wiah ior the TOSS wast. Do runalriin j 1! WiaJaou bora a way COBUDQ krua whec rou cxici caw*. 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ptrffAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1953 +Jewlsiifk)r*Ba*) PAGE 7 A Sirk >ns Honeymoon In Veradero, Havana Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sirkin tr e honeymooning at Veradero Beach and Havana. They were married in a noon ceremony on Sunday at the Imperial Terrace of the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, officiated. Mrs. Sirkin is the former Vera I Cole, of Miami Beach. Mrs. Harry %  penny, of South Orange, New Jerjsey, attended her sister. Best man was Sidney Sobelson, [of Miami Beach. The bride is the daughter of (Mrs. Nathan Greenfield, formerly |of Newark, New Jersey. She is a [member of the Nautilus School (PTA and has been a resident here [for the past seven years. Mr Sirkin, Miami Beach hotel Kan and property developer, is the Lon of Harry Sirkin. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. Glr. Sirkin belongs to American fLegion Post No. 85, Miami Beach [Civic League, Miami Beach Jewish Renter and has been a local resilient for the past 18 years. He •ved in the US Air Force for four years. A breakfast, attended by im[ mediate members of the family, followed the ceremony at the Ronjoy Plaza. Out-of-town guests inI dueled Mr. and Mrs. Harry Denby, I the bride's brother-in-law and sis[ler. Following the conclusion of [their hoijeymoon, the couple will |l>r at home at 820 West 43rd Court, %  Miami Beach. JKauffman, Kohn [Troth To Unite [Life-Long Friends I)ec


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PAGE 2 B >Jpwis*ncrA**l_ GLOBAL NCRAC To Study Violence Against Jews In Conference NEW YORK 1WNS1 — How Jewish organizations and Jewish communities may prevent and guard .ieainst anti-Semitic violence, vandalism and threats will be the subci of a three-day conference here "on December 12th through 14th. .1 the Committee of Reassessment 1 the National Community Rela\ pj Council The De.mber meeting w:ll draw upon e judgments of social scientists nd scholars as well as community vlations technicians and Jewish JV leaderSHORTS' j Mnior Re< Cro$s Zionist Council Asks Rabbi Silver To Become Active NEW YORK iWNSi — A reso lution calling for the return of Dr Abba Hillel Silver to active leader ship of the movement was adopted by acclamation at the extraordi nary session of the National Zion i-t Administrative Council, the ruling body of the Zionist Organization of America, held here. FRIDAY, NO VEMHTD ^ Mrs. Shulman Named Notional Hadassah Head WASHINGTON (WNS> — Adoptian of a S9.000.000 budget for 1953-54 and the election of Mrs Xebecca Shulman as national presieM marked the closing business -ion of the 39th annual convention of Hadassah. Mrs. Shulman. (dressing the banquet session. iced hope that the United States 'lovernment. "which is in the fore:ront of the struggle for a free .vorld. will continue to view Ameran-Israel partnership as one of he best guarantees for a free :d." UJA Will Hold Three-Day National Meet Next Month JERUSALEM (JTA) — The annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal, which will last three day* will open in New York on December 11th. it ww announced hcfe by Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the UJA. prior to his departure from Israel where he participated in the extraordinary eeonomic discussion which t.Vflt place here last week Warburg emphasized that in the light of these discussions, the forthcoming UJA conference will be "one of the most important UJA meetings ever held." Given Jail Sentence For Murdering 21 Jews FRANKFURT (WNS.—Although %  wtnes-etestified that he had ibol 21 Jews in a -table at the infamous :3uchenwald concentration camp, .l.-mnch Emde. former SS man :it hlock leader at Buch •nwald. was given this week a jail term of emht \earby a court at Another degenerate, a kajwi". or trusty, by the name of b Tannenbaum. was sentences by the Court of Vssizes at Nuremberg Ben-Gorion Opens New Pork Dedicated To Dr. Weizmann TEL AVIV [JTA) — "Webin Jewish history i • • the great rulerand j 1 eld and as the foremost architect <•( "ur sovereign st I in these time-.' Premier Da-| Ben-CJurion told several thous• hd gathered at the : Israel's first President to rk the t'>rmal opening of Yad ./mann. the Weizmann memorial park which will include his e at Rehovoth. the grounds of w.-i/mann Institute "1 Science : hitomb and a specially built %  .ive to house hipapen 5,000 New Yorkers Urge US To Act For Peace In East NEW YORK iJTA'—The United States and the United Nations were urged to take prompt action to bring about an immediate ArabIsrael peace at a meeting here at Manhattan Center attended bymore than 5.000 people The rally al.-o launched an emergency campaign for State of Israel Bonds Major speaker at the rally, included Congressmen Emanuel belter, Jacob K Javits and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr.; Avraham Harmon. Consul General of Israel: Dr. Israel Goldstein, chairman of the executive committee of the NewYork bond drive; and Benjamin I Abrams. chairman of the Greater NM York Committee for State of Israel Bondv MizrocM If ler Not to Resign From Office NEW YORK (JTA) — Rabbi Mordecai Nurok. Mizrachi leader and member of the Israel Parliament who is now visiting the United States, Issued a call here for a "political armistice" among all Zionist groups m I-rael and outside of the Jewi-h Stair Re emphasized that all groupmust request Premier David Ben -durum to retain hipo-t "because we have nobody who can replace him Plans Campaign Annual membership campaign conducted by the Junior Red Cross swung into actipu this week in Dade's public, parochial and private schools in an effort to eclipse tsal years enrollment of 84.495 studentMeetings of students have been scheduled in virtually every school for the purpose of hearing Junior Red Cross ideals discussed and organizing both new and former members into student groups. Mrs. Clarence Williamson. Junior Red Cross chairman for Dade County, said here. Mrs. Williamson, besides serving as volunteer chairman, is principal of Shadowlawn School. The Junior Red Cross program in Negro schools will be carried on under the direction of Prof. Charles Williams, principal of Booker T Washington School. In public elementary and high schools. Junior Red Cross members will be grouped according to their school "home rooms." Each home room will have its student representative on the school's Junior Red Cross Council. School councils, in turn, elect their representatives to the county-wide councils. "The Junior Red Cross program is comprised of many interesting projects for young people, all of the projects being built around the ideal of helping others." W. W. Matthews, assistant superintendent of general education. Dade Board of Public Instruction, said in discussing Junior Red Cross plans. "The Junior Red Cross offers an excellent medium for each child, at his own level, to participate in local, national and international service to other" Matthews, who is chairman for Junior Red Cross enrollment, said he hopes parents will suggest membership in Junior Red Cross to their children. "The emphasis is on a willingness to help others. Junior Red Cross reaches the young person at the formative age and h/jp>to biiBMlharacter.'' J& %  All administrative expenser**f Junior Red Cross are borne by the local Red Cross chapter, leaving monies given by Junior Red Cross members for service projects. TV REPAIRS IMMHHATl TUlVISIOn SfRVICf NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS $3 for CallPhone CITY-WIDE TV M-129 US Exports To Israel In Four Years Over $360,000,000 NEW YORK (WNSi — American exports to Israel totalled $363,000.000 during the past four years, while American imports from Is rael amounted $38,000,000 in the -ame period, it was reported here by Nathan Straus III, president of the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry. "The American-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry, while dealing with day-to-day matters, is preparing a program calling for $250000.000 in American purchases from Israel over the next 10 years." Mr. Straus revealed. Goldmann Warns Israel Crisis Can Happen Again JERUSALEM (JTA) — The conflict between Israel and the United States which led the latter to order temporary suspension of economic aid to the Jewish State was important "as an indication of what can happen again" and as a warning to the Jewish people of the inherent gravity of Israel's political situation." Dr. Nahum Gold mann. chairman of the Jewish Agency, said here addressing a din.ner in honor of delegates to the Jerusalem economic conference The dispute. Dr. Goldmann stressed, "showed that, in reality, the major political problems are far from solution and. I am afraid, will remain so for some time to come." Judge Sobeloff Will Be Appointed Solicitor General W \Slll.\GToN (JTAi — The appointment of Chief Judge Simon E Sobeloff. of the Maryland Court of Appeals, as the United States Solicitor General was indicated here last weekend. The announcement of his appointment is expected shortly. The Solicitor General's duties include representing the government in cases before the US Supreme Court to which the government is a party, authorization of the intervention by the government in cases involving Constitutional questions or matters of Federal law and authorizes appeals by the government from decisions in lower Federal courts to higher courts including the Supreme Court where, in such matters, his decision is final. 8* or Phono Mo NAT GANS 3-4*16 — 4-W81 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Llfo Ino. Co. •07 Blacayno Bidg ta W. FlOQlor St. Discuss "TVA Plan"; Erk Johnston Is Envoy To Israel TEL AVIV (WNS) — Details of a plan for regional development of the Jordan River, as drafted by the Tennessee Valley Authority at the request of the State Department, were discussed here at a conference between Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's personal envoy to the Near East, and Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. Attending the talks were American and Israeli experts on irrigation and water problems, as well as a number of Israeli Cabinet members. 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^JewlsHhrk/ian (hanukah Institute jpens Next Week ttanukah Preparation Institutes |,]< inner-stag, musical director |he Beth David Congregation; ert Strassburg, local music con%  nt; and group workers in the h.Tiunity Centers. kbles Zionists Plan ktallation Dinner Y.'Coral Gables Zionist District last night at the Coral Gables b'-li Tenter. Rabbi Morton Maspiritual leader of the Is•e (enter, spoke on: Zionism sh The Ages. brria Simon, president, an^leed that the groups annual ination dinner will be held on lay, December 6th, at the AnMotcl Dining Room. Leo Burpresident of the Southeastern n of the ZOA, will be princiIfpeaker. The Dinner Commit|.-.cludes Max Friedson, Dr. A. en, Sidney Sanders, Harold H. biro. G. Shapiro. Meyer Fine (Sirs. Albert I.evick. PAGE 3 B food Fair Stores Awarded Gold Medal Food Fair Stores, Inc., was awarded a gold medallion for distinguished service to the consumer through advertising at the midyear meeting of Super Market Institute, which was concluded at the Hollywood Beach Hotel, Hollywood, Florida. Fourteen other super market organizations were also honored. They were winners in the Fifth Annual Super Market Advertising Competition for Institute members sponsored by McCall's Magazine. Awards were made by William B. Carr, vice president of McCall's. Food Fair won first prize in the national brands group for most effective store selling. S. J. Freed man & M. Rephan HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT.. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Ste. Habrew Religious SuppllM Fox Synagogue! and Private Uia. Also for Hebrew Schools. C"\ED TOO Talaphona 5-9(117 Israel Certificates iUHUH Repatriated Staff Sergeant Philip Aaronson, 28, native Miamian who spent 34 months in North Korean prisoner of war camps before his release on September 5th, receives tickets to the December Holiday Fund dance for November 20th from North Miami Beach Mayor Dan Diefenbach. With them are Chief of Police J. Oscar DuBose and Mrs. Marj Toner, vice president of the North Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Sergeant Aaronson, staying with relatives in that city, will be Mrs. Toner's guest for the duration of his stay. The convertible in the background was furnished the sergeant by Golden Strand Auto Rental Company through the efforts of Mrs. Toner. T W Closing Sunday School Seminar Slated Monday Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will address the closing session of the Sunday School Teachers' Seminar to be held at Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, on Monday, November 16th, 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abramowitz, who is spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, will discuss: How To Teach Basic Jewish Concepts. The seminar will conclude with a workshop on: How To Teach Songs In The Sunday School. It will be directed by Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, musical director at the Beth David Congregation. The seminar is an annual service of the Bureau of Jewish Education for all Jewish Sunday school teachers of Greater Miami. CHAMJKAH give your family ami friends in food-short Israel the most precious gift of all... our governmentapproved, ration-free Scrip Certificates, {10, $15, and $25, for their choice of Kosher foods la our Israel gift shops... or a certificate for your choice of seven new parcels, $10.50 to $38.50. **u '**. SIMON SEIDEN. 503 S.W. 17th Ave.. Tel. 82-5480 LOUIE BANDEL CAN HANDLE THE JOB AHEAD! VOTE FOR CCOMPLISHMENT r/ EXPERIENCE IN YOUR CITY COMMISSION !l PULL THIS HANDLE ^ %  ^ FOR LOUIE BANDEL (Pd. Political Adv.)



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•XV. NOVEMBER 13, 1953 *Jewlst> ncrkfton PAGE 11 A on Kaplan Reelected President Of iuthern Section Of Welfare Board i ore than 300 people from the I the Jewish Community Center Southern States witnessed movement. The Centennial celebration ended with the presentation, by Sam Ilirsch and his Casablanca players reelection of Leon Kaplan, of m i as president of the SouthSection-JWB, at its meeting „,.,k in the Delano Hotel, Mill Beach. The meetings of the convention. lich were directed by Mrs. MilSirkin, convention chairman, Stanley C. Myers, president of Greater Miami Jewish CommuCenter, heard addresses from nuel D. Gcrshovitz, of New rk executive vice president of [B' and Mrs. Walter E. Heller, Handel Sites Long: Record In Office In the only television appearance he plans to make before the Tuesday primary election, Louie Bandel cited his long record of public service, stating that those of a dramatic production, entitled! who take time t0 scru *>n' >L A Gift For David, which was especially written for the centennial. The following were elected to serve as officers and Board members of the Southern Section JWB for the coming year with President Kaplan: honorary president, Dr. William A. Wexler, Savannah; vice presidents, Aaron Brenner, Memphis, Julian Zander, Nashville, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Miami, and Dr. Nate Goldstein, New Orleans; treasurer, j George Berke, Chattanooga; secreI tary, Gilbert Delugach, Memphis; | Board of Governors,' Dave White, Houston, Dr. William A, We^Jer, Savannah, Eph Charninsky, San Antonio, David Slann, Atlanta, Henry Shonfield, Savannah, Meyer N. Kronenberg, Birmingham, Abe Dumas, Charleston, Jay Markowitz, Tampa and Milton Sirkin, Miami. Following the convention, the professional staff of the Jewish Community Centers in the Southern Section held ah in-service training institute. They studied the use of programming in achieving Jewish objectives in the Center, the Institute was directed by Alex Rosen, staff member of the JWB Bureau of Personnel and Training. leon Kaplan Chicago, chairman of the Jewrenter Division of JWB. nc highlight of the JWB conBon was the celebration of the In anniversary of the Jewish pmunity Center movement. The Bates rededicatcd themselves further development of the |.sh Community Center moveg that it may continue to its significant, role in Jewish Diniiity life." jlton ^"kin„of M+m,^h#irof the Section Centennial kmittee. paid tribute to the sigbant leadership which had been Bered by the many Jewish compity leader* in the South, who made a vital contribution to Wins Superior Citation Sam Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Smith, 1450 Lincoln Terrace. Saturday won a rating as "Superior member of the House of Representatives" at Tallahassee. Smith, who is a student at Miami Beach High School, was awarded the citation as Florida high school students ended a two-day congress in the capital. would find it "one of accomplishment and achievement." Bandel reminded the viewers that he served them 10 years as a municipal night court judge and originated the idea of broadcasting traffic cases over the radio. Many cities throughout the nation have since copied this procedure. As a judge, he sought to educate rather than punish minor traffic offenders and also set up the traffic school for this purpose, his supporters explained. Another of his accomplishments, Bandel 4*iH Was* having Nfegro policemen patrol the Negro areas. While serving two years as a city commissioner, Bandel authored the ordinance "which is accomplishing an orderly cleanup of the slum areas," and spearheaded the move for the new swimming pools now being enjoyed. "My record will reflect that I consistently voted for the low bidders on all city purchase contracts and, also, sponsored Bayfront Park music concerts which so many of us enjoy," Bandel said. The former city commissioner and municipal court judge said his major goals as a member of the Miami city commission will be the Miss Marx To Speak ,-,,M,jas.,JffcreMefl^IW#W W iU lad dress the discussion group of the Henrietta Szold Hadassah at the home of Mrs. Louis King, .1346 Alton Road, Miami Beach, on November 18th, 1 p.m. Miss Marks will discuss the Arab refugee situation. man. Town Branch, Mrs. George Simon, Flagler-Granada, and Mrs. Frieda Max, acting for the head teacher at the Beach Branch. The Chanukah Song Workshop will be devoted to learning and singing Chanukah songs. Robert Strassberg will lead the groups at the Town and Beach Branches, and Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag will conduct the Flagler-Granada Jewish Center Song Institute. A display of Chanukah materials, such as picture books, story books, Chanukah records, Chanukah Menorahs, special Chanukah recipes and other materials appropriate for the celebration of Chanukah in the home will be shown. UCC Plans Chanukah Institute At iree Branches Beginning Nov. 17th nanukah Institute for parents Branch. These are Mrs. Jules Friedhe conducted at the three ^ler Miami Jewish Community jter Branches, Town Branch at [S\V 16th Avenue, Flagler-GraJewish (enter at 50 NW 51st fe. and the Beach Branch, 1536 Road, on Tuesday, November through Thursday, November at 8 p.m. rpn M ntatives of all the center Ups from the PTA of the NursSclmols through the Golden Friendship Club make up the lukah Institute Planning Cornfees in each Branch under the tlance of Israel Silver; Harry "is and Nisson Pearl, Branch ctors. he Chanukah Institute Planning umittees at the three Branches Town Branch, Mrs. Seymour *tt, Nursery School PTA chair Mr. Wilbur Nadel, Mrs. Na.Sciden, Mrs. Jack Toppell and Alexander Rothman; Flaglernada Branch, Mrs. Maurice \n, Nursery School PTA chairHarold Strumpf; Pfenning limittee chairman, Mrs. Bernard t. Mrs. Harry Dansky, Mrs. Clein, Mr. and Mrs. Berry P". Mr. Maurice Shaw, Mrs. Jess pd. Mrs. Harry Hirsh and Mrs. Shapiro; Beach Branch, Mrs. -Zibit, Nursery School PTA f*"an, Mrs. Joseph Oberstein Mrs. Abraham Shapiro. P* Institute will present three £* s of Chanukah Workshop pro^jning. The Chanukah story •*' given by Louis Schwartz• director of the Bureau of £ Education. He will also r "ilm slides illustrating the fjiukah celebration. E^Arts and Crmfta Workshop ** Riven by the head teachers e Nursery School in Gurion Will Not Stay On; Eshkol Refuses Post Continued from Page 1 A thoy insist that he surrender the Finance portfolio which he now holds; Mr. Eshkol will not agree. In a statement to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Mr. Eshkol said that he had told Premier BenGurion, as well as the central committee of the Mapai Party, that he was not ready to accept the premiership. Allindications were that the General Zionists would agree to remain in a reorganized Cabinet following Mr. Ben-Gurion's withdrawal, which they regret. However, they demand the vice premiership and a part of the functions of the Treasury. Jerusalem Meeting Airs Israel's Future Continued from Page 1 A aware of the central role of American Jewry in Israel's future development, calls for the fullest measure of devotion and service to the task of strengthening Israel's economic foundations. We further urge that a supreme effort be undertaken with mutual cooperation and understanding to meet Israel's increased needs through the principal financial channels of the United Jewish Appeal and the Israel Bond drive." Dov Joseph. Minister without portfolio, outlined the various possibilLevine Says He Runs Independently Miami city commission candidate Victor Levine, in the closing phases of his campaign, this week stressed the fact that he is running independently and is "unaffiliated with any past or present city commission or candidate." The attorney pledged to vote indepently and explained that "voting independently will best serve the interests of Miami taxpayers." Meanwhile, Levine proposed a plan that would be financed by self-liquidating bonds and approved by the taxpayers for a traffic belt around Miami to speed the flow of traffic here. ities for mineral and other natural constructing of additional "storm | r es ou rce s 'Ifvelopment and presewers and an adequate drainage system in addition to a consolidated transportation center away from congested traffic. Bandel said it is imperative that a separate department of research and industrial development be reactivated to attract more light industry to this area. Other points in his program call for the building of more swimming pools, and "totparks'X-^il project he fathered while 1 •'fleH'ing on the commission two 'years ago—and an extensive prbgra* 6* sttfeet wWeHingfl'imd paving*. dieted that Israel would be viable within a short time and that its economic independence was assured "if we carry on the job of developing our country unhampered by lack of funds—if we have the implements and financial means to finish the job." Masadc Oneg Shabbat Masada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat on Friday night, 8:30 p.m., at the home of Gilbert Rappaport, 1121 8th Street. Rappaport. who is Florida director for the Zionist Organization of America, will discuss Zionists Work For Today And Tomorrow. Luck Stresses Need For Industry Here Morris Luck. Miami city commission candidate, this week stressed the need for the city commission to further Miami's growth and development. "This will bring the city's residents gainful employment and help the area in its remarkable expansion process," Luck said. Arab Refugees Discussed Miss Margaret Marx will discuss the Arab refugee problem at a meeting of the Ben Gurion Branch, Farband, on Wednesday evening, November 18U. 8 P.m.,at Beth El Congregation, according to an anLl.1t /_ ? wtJ?i B l-iHS,! nouncement this week by DrVfearry H. Queen, president. Miss Marx is affiliated with the South Florida Zionist Council. lqi' HIimportant for Miami's orderly growth," Bandel explained. Friends and supporters of Louie Bandel are invited to attend a coffee on Sunday, November 15th, at 10 a.m., at Jonesy's Restaurant, 3651 SW 8th Street. Hearn Tells Voters To Know Candidates On the basis that there is no substitute for experience, B. E. Hearn this week said that he is a candidate for the Miami City Commission in the election set for Tuesday, November 17th. Since 1910, the veteran plumbing contractor has played a part in Miami's life, his supporters indicate, and he believes that Miami needs the economical business-like administration "that his many years of successful experience can bring to the city." Born in Hernando County, near Brooksville, 62 years ago, he was graduated from Dunedin High School. He attended the old Presbyterian College of Florida at Eustis which closed its doors in 1911. Since then, he has taken courses in business management and engineering from the University of Florida. US Criticism Of Genocide Flayed Continued from Page 1 A Lodge made his statement outside of the United Nations, no cognizance could be taken oLJt by the UN. The statement read* follows: 'The United States vdxed for the resolution concerning genocide as the best way of showing that the United States abhors the crime of genocide. Our vote is not a commitment as to the timing of action by the United States on the genoside convention, either on behalf of the executive or legislative branch. Neither is it a judgment against possible reservations designed to clarify the convention and assure its conformity with the United States Federal system of justice. "Furthermore, the United States does not interpret the resolution as authorizing propaganda in the United States in relation to a matter pending before the United States Senate." Lehman Attacks Statement The American Government was charged this week by Senator Herbert H. Lehman with attempting "to dictate" to the UN Secretary General how to act on the Genocide Convention which outlaws mass murder on racial or political statement circulated by the AmerThe charge was based on the statement circulated by the American delegation at the United Nations after the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution calling on all nations for speedy gratification of the Genocide Pact. The. American statement said that the US does not interpret the resolution as authorizing propaganda in the United States on the .genocide isRohan I'ryen Litcal Planning Laurence B Rohan. Jr., candidate for the Miami city commission, is a practicing attorney, 35 years of age. His wife is the former Rose Mary' Kane. The Rohans have six sons and one daughter and reside at 2621 Nocatee Drive. Rohan said this week that he is campaigning on a platform of planning and progress to meet the fast growing population needs here. He urged the creation of a planning board of appeals to save the commission time for more important matters. MURIAL R AH N "CARMEN JONES 1 1 COlOKlUlir MISSIDI VIVIOir STAGED! COMPANY OF 10 OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN'S brilliant adaptation of Bizet's opera Staged and Adapted by Okk Campbell Predated by Not Dcbin Tuesday NOVEMBER 24 at 8:00 p.m. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM Ticket Price*: $1.50. $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 ON SALE: Cordelia's Book Shop. Miami Beach Radio Co., Amidon Mime Co. REOPENING WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18th at 4 P.M. Completely Air Conditioned Vtaac (feUU. Restaurant Delicatessen We Cordially Invite You To Enjoy A M'nique Food Experience in the Delightfully Novel Atmosphere of Our Beautifully Decorated Dining Room 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH OPPOSITE CITY HALL Open Daily 11 a.m. te • p.m. Saturday S p.m. te • p.m. DltTAKV LAWS OBSUVtD



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|5AY. NOVEMBER 13. 1953 • •Jewish fhrkUan .ere's Israel Caravan Slated For henandoah School Tuesday Evening Miami has been chosen one of ___^___^__^_„^^ PAGE 3 A %  Miar... L. 90 cities that the Israel Cara[..,„ Here's Israel — Third Edition, will visit on it's cross country Lnil will tour. The caravan will L presented here by the seven focal Zionist Districts through the South Florida Coordinating Board. According to Seymour Liebman, Chairman of the Coordinating Board. Iri Zifroni. Israeli opera star those tenor voice has been heard In almost every country in the Xorld and whose voice has been fecorded by RCA Victor. Bema and Columbia, will ge featured artist. 1 9. A i Lea Oitrojemki lorn in Warsaw, he studied at the larsaw Dramatic School and at he Warsaw and Lemberg ConservItories of Music. He received a onsiderablc reputation at the Waraw and Lemberg Opera company. Israel, where he emigrated durng the war, he sang with the Isael Opera Company, Israel Symphony Orchestra and on the radio. 3is concert, opera, operetta and jymphony orchestar engagements Save taken him to many lands. He has also given concert recitals at parnegie Hall and Steinway Hall. Featured with the prominent Israeli tenor in the ZOA entertainnent caravan is Ora Rottenberg, BAetfted 20-year-old Israeli pianist rho was born in Jerusalem, where |he received most of her musical raining under a scholarship at the Conservatory of Music. She has een a student for the past three tears of Henriette Michelson. who retired from the Juilliard School pi Music after 40 years of teaching I devote her efforts to gifted t Israeli musicians. She has ilayed with top symphony orchestras in Jerusalem and in Tel Aviv, where she won overwhelming critiOra Rotttnherg cal acclaim. Her American debut was with the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra at the Miami Beach Auditorium this summer under guest conductor izler Solomon. Sharing honors with these artists is Lea Ostrojinski, violin virtuoso, who was also born in Israel and who recently won a scholarship given by the Israel government after her discharge from the Israeli army. While touring the United States as a member of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, she worked with the late Serge Koussevitsky, through whom she won a scholarship to Tanglewood. Here's Israel will be presented on Tuesday night, November 17th, 8:30 p.m., in the Shenandoah Auditorium, 1023 SW 21st Avenue. Morris Simon, president of the Coral Gables Zionist District, has stated that the American-Israeli cultural and entertainment caravan "will bring the message of Israel not only to the ZOA's nationwide network of branches, but to the American people in general and more particularly to the American Jewish community whom the Zionist Organization of America seeks to enroll as members in support of its broad program of aid to the State of Israel." Leaders of the Jewish Home for the Aged, meeting to discuss building fund plans, hear Baron de Hirsch Meyer (third from right) point out the urgent need for emergency housing at the home. Members of the Women's Auxiliary pledge all-out support in the fund drive. Shown with President Abe Kurman (left) are Mrs. Kurman. Mrs. Jacob Arvey, Mrs. Faye Ablin, whose husband's memory will be honored in the campaign, Colonel Jacob Arvey, drive co-chairmen Mrs. Meyer, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. David Phillips and David Phillips, drive co-chairman. S200.000 is sought to build the Ablin Memorial Unit to accommodate the bedridden and sick aged. Uri Zifreni Academy Breakfast Slates Kickoff Here At Hibiscus Lodge Kickoff breakfast for the sixth annual Hebrew Academy dinner and journal will be held on Sunday morning, November 22nd. The meeting, scheduled for 10 a.m. in the Hibiscus. Lodge, will complete plans for the annual fund raising affair. The dinner will be held sometime in January in Miami Beach, according to Harry Genet, acting president of the Academy. Mayor Harold Shapiro will be principal speaker at the kickoff session. Genet will preside at the meeting, which will select chairmen for both the dinner and the journal. Exact date and location of the dinner will be decided at the Hibiscus Lodge meeting. Proceeds from the dinner and journal are used for deficit financing of the Academy, which has a capacity enrollment of more than 240 students. The journal, which usually is issued concurrently with the dinner, is an annual project of the Hebrew Academy Women. Last year's Hebrew Academy dinner, held in the Miami Beach Auditorium, attracted more than 600 persons. Take it easy... bake it easy! GOLDEN, HUFFV ( SPONGE CAKE yT TAKES ONIY MINUTES WITH MANISCHEWITZ SPONGE CAKE MIX For Fr Recipes, Wrif: Manitch.wili, Box 288, Jerwy Ciry, Ntw JorMV Aronovitz Urges Support In Final Campaign Stage for Miami City Commissioner Pointing with pride to his 30-year record of service to the citizens of Miami, Abe Aronovitz this week urged the voters to look at the story of his accomplishments. "Only in that way," said Aronovitz, "can you tell in advance just what to expect of me. I have spent all my life doing what I have felt is for the best interests of all the people." To back up his statement, Aronovitz referred to his five years as assistant Mimi city attorney, his term of service as acting state's attorney for this district, his service on many committees such as slum clearance, Jackson Memorial Hospital and others, and his singlehanded campaigns to save the taxpayers money. In addition, busy as a prominent local attorney and with public service activities, Aronovitz has found time to serve many local groups, a spokesman said here. He is a past president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Aronovitz served in the Anti-Defamation League and is the author of the anti-mask ordinance that has been adopted in many cities throughout the South. "One thing about me," said the candidate this week with pride, "is the fact that I believe a person must take a stand on public issues, if he is to do his rightful duty as a citizen. For years, I have follow-1 ed my own advice — taking a stand and making my stand known. "As Miami city commissioner, I shall never relax my vigilance ov\ er the taxpayers dollar. Nor shall 11 relax in my efforts to see Miami become a great city. We are destined to be an even greater city than we are now, and we must prepare now, with proper municipal developments, for our future position among the great cities of the nation." Throughout the campaign, Aronovitz has maintained his pre-campaign promise that his expenditures would be kept to an all-time new record low. To date, he has managed to keep under the onethousand dollar mark, as he promised, a spokesman said. "I don't believe in spending my way into public office," he declared. "I'm depending on my many friends to vote for me and to get their friends to vote for me." Flagler Center Lists Cast For Stage Production Rehearsals are under way for the forthcoming production of Y o u Can't Take It With You to be presented by the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center on December 5th and 6th. Jack Shaw, director, has announced the cast which will include Mildred Newman, Jean Salak, Dinah Shapiro. Irving Lax, Bernard Landers, Lou Bush, Jack Block, Kirschner, Morton Lebar, Frances Immerman, Herman Feldman and Ben Clein. Nephrosis Meeting The Greater Miami Chapter of the National Nephrosis Foundation will meet on Monday evening, November 16th, 8:30 p.m., at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, 450 ,SW 16th Avenue. Transportation John Balkany. Shelly Niditz, Ruth 0 he meeting may be arrange d Solomon, Bernard .1 a f f e, Sylvia with Mrs. Herbert Stein, 4-9788. YOU'LL BE PROUD YOU VOTED FOR ABE Joint Chanukah Program At North Shore Center The Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center and Parent Teacher's Association of the Religious School will hold a joint Chanukah Program on Thursday, November 19th. 8 p.m., at the Center. Program chairman is Mrs. Robert Block. Assisting will be Mrs. Kurzweil and Mrs. Fabric. AR0N0VIT2 FOR MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER • Pioneer South Florida Family ... since 1888! Prominent attorney and civic worker! • Past President, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith! Past State Chairman, Anti-Defamation League (ADL)! • Author of first Anti-Mask ordinance (later adopted by cities throughout the South)! • Served with honor as City of Miami assistant city attorney for five years! Served as Acting State's Attorney for this district! • Elndorsed for the Miami City Commission by the recognized civic groups! • Saved millions of dollars for the taxpayers of Miami during his years of unselfish public service! • Qualified by his knowledge, ability, honesty and fearless independence for the job! VOTE FOR ABE. YOU'LL BE PROUD YOU DIDl PULL THE i LEVER (Political Adv. Pd. for by M. J. Koprlowlti)



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY foLUME 27—Number 46 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS lurion Will fot Stay on; Ishkol-'No' IjERl'SALEM (JTA)—David BenLrion. lirst Prime # Minister of the late of Israel, made it clear this ieek that he would not reconsider |s decision to lay down the reins (oifice and retire from the Cabik(. Mr. Ben-Garion officially anbunceil that he does not intend I attend the Cabinet's next meetlg on Sunday. Spokesmen here (el this to be a "final and irLvocable" decision. [The Premier, whose announced jecision to retire brought appeals torn all quarters to remain in %  fice, was moved by them but regained firm. To his own Mapai arty, which sought to induce him j change his mind, the veteran reHied that the State should not rest h one man. j An impassioned plea was made h Moshe Sharett, Foreign Minister kid long a close associate of BenLrion's, who told the premier that |istepping down would have a irious effect on the party, on the Government coalition and on the iitc: national factors relating to Is%  el. Qovernmont Reorganization Mr. Ben-Gurion. however, began legotiations with the four General pomVt members of the Cabinet on he reorganization of the government following his retirement. An Ifficial communique issued after the talk said that various aspects kf the reorganization were discussed and further discussions Hould take place directly between he General Zionist Party and the klapai Party. j It was understood that the Central Zionists do not oppose Levi Eshkol as the next Premier, but Continued on Page 11 A Big Three Jointly Condemns Israel Before Security Council levi EshkeJ doesn't went post Stnmler Harbirt Lthman ... UN is not US organ US Criticism of Genocide Hit by UN Delegations UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Criticism of the United States was voiced among United Nations delegates here this week over a statement issued by the American delegation indicating that the United States may not only abstain from ratifying the UN convention outlawing genocide, but looks with disapproval on "propaganda" in this country in favor of the convention. 50 to 0. with the American delegation voting favor of ths resolution, but making clear that its vote on the subject would not bind the United States to take action on the convention at any given time. So far, 41 nations have acceded to or ratified the treaty, but the United States is not among them. The Senate is still to pass upon the pact, and there is strong opposition to it on the part of many Senators. Censorship Soon Neither the State Department nor any member of the American delegation to the United Nations was willing, to clarify what Mr. Henry Cabot Lodge meant by declaring that the United States does not interpret the UN resolution* on gtnocide "as authorizing propaganda in the United States" in relation to this resolution. Delegates of countries which support the genocide pact insisted that this part of Lodge's statement was an attempt at censorship. A spokesman for the UN Secretary General emphasized that since Continued on Paee 1' A US, Britain Express No Doubt" Attack Was Israel-Inspired UNITED NATIONS (JTA) —The Western Big Three joined Monday night in condemning Israel before the Security Council for the killing of some 50 Arabs in the Jordan border village of Kibya. Britain's Sir Gladwyn Jebb told the council his government was "completely convinced" Israeli military forces carried out an "apparently calculated" attack last October 14th. Britain, France and the United States said, however, the council should hear from Israel and Jordan representatives before taking formal action. US delegate Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., and France's Henri Hoppenot said they subscribed to his condemnation of the Israelis. Lodge said there "appears to be no doubt" that Israeli armed forces were responsible for the Kibya attack. The United Nations Truce Commission had reported that 250 to 300 well-trained and well-armed soldiers had made the night-time assault. Hoppenot said France joined with "sadness and regret" in condemning Israel for the attack. The attack, he declared, had stirred a wave of "horror and reprobation" which could be measured only by French feelings of sympathy for previous Jewish victims of Nazi persecution. Meanwhile. General Vagn Bennike. United Nations truce chief in Palestine, told the Security Council that the Israeli border villages were armed but not with the offensive weapons which were used in the Kibya raid. He was answering a question put to him by Abba Eban of Israel who had asked whether UN observers had examined the defense system of the bonder villages. General Bennike said that his observers had visited many border villages and had never reported seeing weapons other than machine | guns, grenades, rifles, submachine guns and side arms. The records of complaints and investigations of the Mixed Armistice Commission from 1949 contained no evidence that border villages were ever furnished with bangalore torpedoes, mortar bombs and demolition charges, he added. General Bennike alleged that such weapons were used in the Kibya attack. In reply to a query by Sir Gladwyn Jebb, who asked about Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's statement that no single Army unit was absent from its base on the night in question, General Bennike merely said that his report of the Kibya incident was based on reports of! UN observers. He added that he j had no further information on which to base his reply. United Synagogue Picks Beach for Convention Site Britain Obliged to Defend Jordan, Eden Tells MP's LONDON (JTA)—Britain has a Particular interest in the IsraelJordan border tension because Britain has a treaty of alliance with Jordan and because Britain is a Party to the Tripartite Declaration f 1950 guaranteeing the borders of the Middle East states, Anthony Eden. British Foreign Secretary. told Parliament this week. Mr. Eden, who appealed to the whole House to join with the government in "deploring" the events at Kibya on October 14th and 15th, warned Israel that "outrages" of •his sort can only "obstruct any char.ee of peace which Israel assures us she is anxious to obtain." He admitted that the Kibya incident must be viewed against the background of constant infiltration across the border and said that the only hope for ending the infiltration situation was to solve the refugee problem. The Secretary expressed the hope that the United Nations truce supervision organization in Palestine would be strengthened "because if the policy of reprisal is to be allowed to continue we shall never get peace negotiations at all." He asserted that Jordan had not connived at assisting infiltration but, on the contrary had energetically sought to halt it. Mr Eden claimed some Arabs crossed thetborder for "quite innoment purposes while others took part in armed robberies and "most of them had a background of bitterness and destitution." One of the most significant conventions in the long history of the United Synagogue of America will take place at the Casablanca Hotel on November 15th through 19th, when some 700 delegates from every part of the United States and Canada will be on hand for the opening session which will be presented at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday. Featured will be a special service conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehfman, Cantor Philip Brummer and the Center Choir. The major address will be delivered by the president of the organization. Maxwell Abbell, of Chicago, who will keynote the convention theme, Building Synagogue Leadership. On Monday, Charles Rosengarten, of Waterbury, Conecticut, first national vice president, will speak on: Spotlight On Efforts Heaven Shiltah Minister Monioottatiory Or. louis Flnkelsfein Seminary Chancellor And Achievements. At luncheon. the first results of the national survey on Synagogue Leadership, conducted in cooperation with Columbia University School of Social Research, will be given by Dr. Emil Lehman, assistant executive Director of the United Synagogue. On Tuesday, the banquet will have Dr. Simon Greenberg, executive director of the United Synagogue and vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America speak on: Synagogue And Community. Dr. Greenberg has just returned from an extended stay in Israel. On Wednesday, a session will be devoted to: Adult Education And Leadership Building by Rabbi Simon Noveck, of ; Park Avenue Synagogue, New 1 York, and director of the National Academy for Adult Jewish studies. In the evening, the banquet will Continued on Pogo 1 A predicts viabillt/ Future of State Aired JERUSALEM (JTA)— A plan t flotation of a $75,000,000 five-year loan in the United States to consolidate Israel's short-term obligations was submitted here last week to the conference of World Jewish leaders, assembled at Premier David Ben-Gurion's invitation to review the economic progress of the Jewish State, and accepted by acclaim. The plan was submitted by Morris W. Berinstein, of Syracuse, New York, national campaign chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who pointed out that present financing of this indebtedness involves Israel and the American Jewish community in an expenditure of SIO.000.000 a year. Colonel Jacob Arvey. of Chicago, read out of the conference's declaration to the nation which called for unfailing efforts. de\otion and help to Israel at this critical time when her security is endangered, and for a supreme effort to meet Israel's needs. The declaration stressed that "the Jerusalem conference, keenly Continued on Paao 11 A Syria Threatens Armed Violence In Middle East UNITED NATIONS (J T A)—The Israel Office of Information sail this week that the regional water scheme worked out by the US for the Jordan River by the TVA "has never been seen by the government of Israel and cannot therefore ha' e been either accepted or rejected Meanwhile, Syria declared Tuesday that Arab forces will not stand idly by while Israel diverts the waters of the Jordan River for a hydroelectric project. Syrian delegate Farid Zeineddine raised the threat of new violence in the Middle East in a speech to the United Nations Security Council. He said that Israel had brought armed men into the demilitarized zone between Israel and Syria to guard workers at the Jordan project.



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PAGE 10 A = !" ^A^NOvSS5 if Mrs. Meyers Named To Vacancy On School Board By Charley Johns %  l Dea t h U ten q Mrs Anna -r Meyers .!Twain i Couat> School \ ld the naJaact >:' power < reprea N 1 -.nee the Board memup the [IInitIlion !'> enter the Brooklyn Jewi-h MoapMal r-'ir-o-' train ir which -hi' w.:> graduated H .. %  aarai She later entered rural i health nursin-for the Red Croat From ,,i th<> rural p nI \ : Jewish %  \ i York. ran stodyiag m th Chn-trra*. Candida: this eek called on his friend* and support ne final push" before Tuesda> 's primary I: are eoatJaae to work as hard as we have in the last few weeks." he said, "our place in the run-off will be assured Throughout this eamr. Christmas t parking meters which will provide 12 minutes time for 1 cent. I a!so want downtown parkins %  ""• at gen sen ic %  %  .1743 Bay R past presad< F B %  B nai Brith i g York, be aliged u> facilities but not at the taxpayer-' Knights of QQ& B Wee Sonnow split 2 to : on top I clean fight—attending strictly to own business, not smearing other candidates or spreading rum -:ra::\e policies The important thing." Mr* Me> ers SJ • :hat a woman had appointed M a policy making .^a and that s what the busia icd professional women of this area have beet -£ *' Mrs Mtyen h-as been a member M Miami B usi ne ss and Prestaee 1SS6ors about them I shall continue that policy for the rest of the cam paten Christmas also pointed out that he :< an "independent candidate. not connected with any other can controlled or in! as a city without secunty and id progress This is apparent Henley Cells For Modernizotion Program Jack Horsle>. 39-year-old ance man and candidate for the Miami city commission, continued his campaign schedule this week with a slate of crric and fraternal club talcs which call for "a modemuauon program." -Political tuckering and politi cal factions within the ranks of city commission m recent years hive been a hurdle in the path of Miami's future." Horsley declared. The rest of the nation looks at us dtdate and not flnenced by n> group or individual." •\pcnse." he said. Henderson Soys He Will "Represent, Kef Rule" J B Sonny Henderson stepped up his campaign for a seat on the Miami city commission this week with addresses before Greater Miami civic clubs in which he urged voters to '"review the qualifications of all the candidates before making a choice." Henderson started out an active week of campaigning Monday with an address before a group of businessmen at the Edison Center Lions Club He made several other talks to similar organizations this week Henderson pointed to his experience as assistant city manager and department head. "We must have qualified and experienced men in office." he said. Henderson, now a Miami businessman, pledged he would represent, not rule" if electedTbere is a strong temptation S s a member aad legislative .-, --J%  : ON Da* .'.-.> Phi%  aa-sOaaa. Konsterhoim HillShe founded and as past pees; dent of the FVnda Federation of Mlt/vall At ACiUlClllV by our unusually low credit rating. tor ,b s •** serr !" government with the country's financial firms.' he added ~To accommodate oar rapid growth we must first eliminate the problems which are decidedly backward, out-dated and unwanted I'm speak rag about the oatdated railroad tracks aad mi sight 1) downtown railroad rt a t aom. the flooded cand irmm after a normal mm. ilunii which stand within the shadows mi our dewatwwm skyscrapers, traffic conj ejt a— and poor do w nturn u parking fantaies, Uomea Lawyer emher ana .\axon Fensterketm. son of Mr pest treas ure r of the federation s ^^ JJ,, Jack Feasterweiai. 1638 nan m il orgaauatiee and is trea* j^^non Street. Hoiljwood. wiU arar of s mtematioaal ft w tiarw become Bar Mozvah on Saturday. She is a m t mb t r of the Soreno -riiiimhii lota, at the Hebrew Chah of Ham and the Miami Academy Raohi Alexaoder S >na>. FVnda and Amenoroas will officiate, can Bar \ x-oonwm T% Bar Mitrvah. a pupil ol the a i-rector oi the Greater giadaatwn class, has been attend-. Federatxm aad past me the Academy smce September. \ K ai : v torB up streets, broken down the Conference of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ docks along the waterfront and T xanrr a tio ms of I PPI^^^_--^^^TB I ^^^ t*rhage coilertioB and cleanDaar and Brw ward Ceamtaes. She I ^^a| ^h. usg-up program for all parts of the r her fowrth year of | ^ & Horsley declared. '-v a^n^^ ^^1 ^There are other proble ms deal taiaxag our growth aad progress. ^TV* 0 ^ bt these an in^hlems whach a natrve of Pobad -^ ^ ^ ,„„,,,,„, znMl ^ ^ p,,. bat spent her chudaoed m New "ocaectic-jt. when she re-er elementary aae She became a school teacher at 1 >*!-to divorce the mse lves from the people—to feel different and superior, as if they were on the inside of btg things." Henderson said "This feeling leads even to contempt for the people. 'Government work ha* a powerful attraction for those who feel that they must boss and rule. They think that they name can decide what is good. If the people dont lake it the people are wrong'." he added Henderson concluded by saying. -I will humhlv aad faithfully represent you. not try to rule you."* District of the / of Amenci dom Lodge Mr. Hellmar. sas past m of the Cz< Ejckm Lodge and the legation and be! r.ged to the 141 of Miami Beacb Miami Chamber of 1 ~merce. Beach Better Business,,] Florida State N York Stale 1 Metropolitan o m Association 1 y. 0 '.ar and Car O*tiaual New York He belonged Satntdj neral Directors \-^oaataiJ ish Funeral Directors of Al aad the Miami Beach Ownen' A-~'<. y Actn* | civil, philanthrop.c and I organizations Inea&y and j ry. Mr Hellnur :<--^disv|_H purchasing spec.^.jed ^nna|| for the new add.". to ^sl^| home hen. He is Banned -;. his ti tha. Miami Beacr. uaghte Bernstein and sa.-aa Shina,! Beach: and > %  :-Elm mi i| wick. Miami Beach .-.d NevYeJ He also leave: £raacSia| Patricia and Scot: Saatili. K atal— wen Thandayalgl York City North Dade Donor Aiiaiii| Sisterhood : rNori Deal Jewish Center .pa K 1 can party Snaday Nr^watc 15th, 1*1 p m. at the Ce.-vr frxeedsBJ to the Center A ^mdaea will al| so he held on V -tali:.: ber lath. 11 3C 1 Bachelor To Be Chosen As Ideal Man By Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter Flwriaiaa Foatvre do all I possibly cam to 1 Imam a 1 Miami Beach is a hard town those that can be eliminated, aad | which to establish a tradition. I I will cijntmwt fifhttog those prohtaut of the tourist trade aad --*zach 'a*.-. a T; raaga ?--•= eTi: "-ra-"->ero of th* aayalKwaa .-• ^bey tco an eliminated" a sooal event, to become traditaoc Horsley saad aL must pass the aad test. Aad a social event for vowag adults in the Miami area test—fm yean, to he Ideal Man Dance. is that each M:ami ana s i.i>Mi elors. the Id> ^J9^ is eh men by h*i;s :f pno*"n will hegm the r:-.-.*: %  gwest arrives a.-.: -praga" creUy" taraagh --be etea^ A::*r Ikaaae ->^-' thMt by Rack MarO :^tein .w, ag at the Aimcc Loua|e.tM< for the utk of Weal f ced The saaaj %  ah an : Greater Miami m hSr Sherry VnSeaaTlloteL SJ^ 15th tie 4a i\ ic*i. Man Daal w — PfclM J raan EdSrurd Cooea. d Mr. aad Mra. feck Dt 1X1 "A'est Avenue. wJI ceiakaeaa ^-5 5cr Ntavai %  S;%  _r3cv. Noreciber 1-ltfe. at 9m Masam Bacci laegam Robot bv-jag Lehrraas ml e*r. A gxas Schaal at Baach >wst Ce. ets'Jw aaaath grade =r ea-dmtt at BM kia M. ~s Jaaaot rfiah School aftaaTaar?


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ITHIDAY, NOVEMBER 13 1953 "J&Histifkrktom Casadesus Family To Appear In Bach riple Concerto With UM Symphony Here PAGE 7 B The second pair of concerts of |,(,e University of Miami Symphony %  Orchestra, under the direction of Ijohn Bitter, will be dedicated to ho centenary celebration of the Steinway & Sons House. Three Steinway pianos wjjl be used on his occasion with the Symphony )rchestra by Robert, Gaby and pan Casadesus during their per Kormances on Sunday and Monday certo for the Left Hand, to be played by Robert Casadesus. The history of the Steinway House, which will be highlighted by the Casadesus family, started in the second quarter of the 19th century with Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg, later Americanized to Steinway, in the Harz mountains. Steinweg patiently started making evenings. November 22nd and 23rd, \ a piano for his infant son, Theoa i the Miami Beach and Dade dore. When the youngster was 14, ,,unty Auditoriums. j the piano was still not finished. This is (he first time in Miami, and the boy joined with his father hat three artists will be playing ] j n finishing the instrument. It won three different pianos at once with [he I'M Orchestra. 1. The musical history of the exraorclinary Casadesus family, yhicli started with grandfather Casadesus, is unique. They have contributions to 1 do important |yench musical life for generation • Robert Casadesus was born •Paris in 1899. His career, brilliant from the start, covered all gnrnpo, North and South America. before coming to this country. Since his United States debut on January 19. 1935, with the New r"ork Philharmonic, he has been a IOUS figure in musical life evpwhere. Wife Gaby was born in Mareilles, France. She and Robert betas students and were married 1922. She has managed to dovepil home, family and music, into brilliantly balanced private and professional life. Jean Casadesus their elder son. He was born in p27 in Paris. At 11, he entered he Conservatoire as a solfege stuent. and, the same year, won the |rst medal. In 1940. he came to the United es with his parents. He won he Youth Contest of the Philhar bonic Orchestra in 1947. He was i prize winner at the National Conest in Geneva, Switzerland. In he began a professional cater which since has included suceshn engagements in this county, as well as in Europe. Robert. Gaby and Jean Casadeappear together in special brks for three pianos and orches ra. Their performances of Bach foncerto for Three Pianos has atracted wide attention and high fraise on two continents with most the major symphony orchestras. their performance here, they nil appear first in the Bach Conerto in D minor for Three Pianos, lozart Concerto in E Flat major or Two Pianos and the Ravel Conpraise and attracted such attention that orders for similar instruments poured in. They came to the United States in 1850. In 1853. they established the Company on Varick Street in New York City. To William Steinway, brother of Theodore, goes much credit for the success of its growth from the early history to the vast musical prestige of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. e built the first Steinway Hall on 14th Street in 1865. Mrs. Brand Heads | Rosenberg Chapter Mrs. Theresa Arnold Brand habeen named president of the Esther Rosenberg Chapter of Miami to the City of Hope, national cancer and tuberculosis hospital, at & meeting in her home. 1368 SW 22nd Terrace. Other officers named were the MTesdames Fay Stempler, 1st vice president; Mildred Bobson, 2nd vice president; Pauline Bellanoff. treasurer; Gladys Weiss, financial secretary; Harriot Belanoff, correspond n? secretary; Jolly Prett.n ;,'"•, recording secretary; JennitGlic "nhouse, membership chairmap r : a~"haroff, assistant member h p cha .man; and Margare: Ten I'll h, VisiMnj Committee. !•'. -i life member of the group ia *•''.. Lizzie Litt All funds coli '.ected by the Esther Rosenberg Chapter will be used to support the non-secia:ian hospital for the I poor. Robert. JMM ana* Gaby CasoJesus Seaboard Improves Tidewater Schedule Announced this week was im provement of schedules between Miami and Tidewater, Virginia, operated b y Seaboard Air Line Railroad here. W. J. Ficht, general manager, said that a Jacksonville Portsmouth, Virginia, sleeping car will be included in the Silver Star which leaves Miami at 12:05 p.m. Fieht and Jacksonville at 7:20 p.m. daily. It will arrive at 8:10 a.m. the following morning, according to Ficht. "This iprqvernerr* rn schedul' Ing win'cu* present travel time for this service by 44 hours," the general manager said. Growth of traffic between Miami and the Norfolk-Portsmouth area, particularly among Navy personnel, resulted in the additional, speedier service. It eliminates a two-hour layover formerly necessary at Jacksonville, Ficht explained. Dr. Gilbert Will Address Beach Council Division AN OPEN LETTER TO THE CITIZENS by H. LESLIE QUIGG I am interested in the future welfare of Miami. I grew up in this City. I love it I consider that it is important to the city to have capable and conscientious Commissioners in office. They should be men of integrity and excellent background. Such a man is Abe AronovitzI have known him for 25 years. He has never done a mean thing either in his personal or public life. He is patient, deliberate and considerate. So many people elected to office never have time to listen to the "little fellow's" problems. Abe does that every Jay of his life. Abe's five years in the City Attorney's office, his two years as attorney for the Civil Service Board, his continuous active interest in government qualifies him to serve as a City Commissioner. It is for the above reasons that I expect to give him one of my votes for City Commissioner. Very sincerely yours, H. Leslie Quigg H. LESLIE QUIGG City Commissioner I I'd. Politic*! Alv.) The Human Relations Discussion Group of the Miami Beach Division,' National Council of Jewish Women,) will meet on Thursday, November! 19th, 8 p.m., at the Delano Hotel. Mrs. Samuel Berlin, chairman of the group, has announced that the speaker will be Dr. Michael Gilbert, psychiatrist. He will discuss the Kinsey Report. Dr. Gilbert has done extensive work in the field of neuro-psychiatry at the University of Michigan and with the United States government He is the author of The Effect Of Sex On Reasoning In The Human Male. The meeting will be open to both Miami, and Miami Beach members nf Conrfcil. Chamber Music Program The University of Miami School of Music will present the first of three contemporary chamber music programs at the Lowe Gallery on Wednesday evening, November 18th, 8:30 p.m. Prepared by Madame Renee Longy. the program will include compositions by Charles Koechlin, Harold Shapero, Igor Stravinsky. Manuel de Falla and Aram Khachaturian. Club No. 1 Dinner Sophie Krantz. president of Pioneer Women, Club N o. 1, announces a dinner at the Beth Tfila Congregation, 935 Euclid Avenue, on Sunday, November 15th, 6 p.m The dinner will be in honor of Mrs. B. Shecheter and Mrs. L. Notkin. Chairman for the dinner is Mrs. Celia Beckerman. LEVER 20-A AJC Rummage Sale Hhc Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress is operating a rummage sale at 1207 NW 3rd Avenue, according to Mrs. Benjamin Weiner. Funds arc earmarked for Louise Waterman Wise and Stephan Wise Memorial Fund. CITY COfaM.SSiONEli Plannc Businessman Pull the Ut lever, 14 ROHAN. Jr CITY COMMISSIONER ft beats... es it sweeps... as It cfton* Phone us today for a home showing—no obligation. Yatill b Happiar with a Hoov*i! Sootin's Radio & Television Established ia 1934 Salts ana Service — Free Parking Area 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida Phone 3-1589



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[TMPAY. NPVEMMB 13. 19S3 +jH*i€t>nr + JIHr} PAGE 9B N. M. Ore wich urew/c/i Elected To Sixfh Term A* President Of Hiami Hebrew School H. M Drewich has been elected |i a sixth term as president of the diami Hebrew School and Congregation. Under his leadership, the luilding was planned and completer Drewich was also president of he Greater Miami Cemetery AsLiiation for a number of years and Jelped found other congregations the area. other officers elected to serve ki'li Drewich were Dave Kleber, |M vice president; Sam Herman, vice president; Mrs. Jack Per011. recording secretary'; Mrs. Nat I 'i corresponding secretary; Tir-. Joseph Schwadron, financial fccretary; and Benjamin Sokoloff, fri surer. Board f Directors include AdIph Feldman, I. Goldman, Abe |aplan. Herman Needelman, Jack er-off. Jacob Raubfogel, Frederic, lo-enthal. Alex Stahl, Milton Feiner, Samuel Winn and the Mesarnes Dave Kleber, Benjamin Sokloff and Robert Schweitzer. i. iMn Simon April is spiritual t\er of the Miami Hebrew School lu Congregation. fern on Holds Lead Stock Car Racing I Harry V'ernon, active stock car ri\er in South Florida, held a Jtmrnanding lead this week in lint score standing at Broward bd Medley Speedways. [Racing director Bob Rein anbunced the drivers will have two pportunities to boost their scores the next few days. Saturday |ght, a seven-race card is on tap Broward Speedway in Fort Laufcrdale and Sunday night stock |r racing returns to Medley peedway here. (USD KAISING CHAIRMEN I An Exciting Opportunity! TO RAISE MONEY BUILD THE TREASURY of your ORGANIZATION • YOUTH CROUP • SISTERHOOD Coll Miltom B.lsam at THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN 2-8212 Guttenberg Is Vice President Of Calvert Distillers Company Edgar E. Guttenberg, advertising director of Calvert Distillers Corporation, was elected vice president, it has been announced by W. W. Wachtel, president of the company. In his present position, he will continue to be responsible for the company's advertising and sales promotion, making his office in the Chrysler Building in New York City. Guttenberg, who joined Calvert in 1936 as assistant sales promotion manager, held the position of advertising director since 1849. His positions with the company over the past 17 years included,assistant advertising manager, advertising manager and advertising director. Before joining. Calvert, Guttenberg was active in food and grocery trades, research, merchandising and selling. f *' His home is in Sffers^Jb. New York, and he has two children, Doris Lee and Bette. Mrs. GuttenBerg is the former Evelyn Rosenberg, of New York City. Mr. Guttenberg is active in local and national welfare endeavors. Physicians Find Academy Students Fit "Our Medical Staff has found the boys and girls of the Hebrew Academy to be a strong and healthy group of normal and well developed children." said Dr. Irwin Makovsky, medical supervisor. This week at an Executive Committee meeting of the Academy, Dr. Makovsky's report followed a complete four-hour medical examination of the 250 students of the Academy. "Except for a few minor cases, 16 physicians found the student body to be a healthy, active and happy lot," he explained. The examinations are an annual routine performed for Academy pupils by local physicians and specialists. Examiners included Dr. Lee Frederick Goldberg and Dr. Donald M. Michnoff, dentistry; Dr. Morton By Morgan, opthalmology; Dr. MaUritc I. Edelmap and Dr. %  Louis G. Lyttori, eye, ear, nose and throat; Dr. Milton P. Travers and Dr. Stanley W. Weinkle, orthopedics; Dr. Harry Kaufman, Dr. Rober Grayson, Dr. Maurice Blinski, Dr. Erna Klass, Dr. Charles Rosenfeld, Dr. Marvin Weil, pediatrics; Dr. Harold S. Kaufman, surgery, Dr. Solomon B. Goldman, urology; and Dr. S. Montague Stone. Insured Savings Liberal Dividends Plus Extra Helpful Service ft*!* &* l j: "OiTH SHORE MAICHl OUIH SHORt BRANCH: Lincoln Rd. I WonMifton Av*. III! SI. A H.,,.[ A... 665 Whin.ton Ae. I Edgar Guttenberg Brandeis Medals Awarded To Dr. Waxman, Prof. Kilpatrick NEW YORK (JTA) — Dr. Selman Waksman, discoverer of streptomycin, and Professor William H. Kilpatrick, noted educator, received Justice Louis D. Brandeis gold medals of the Jewish Forum last weekend. The presentations were part of the 35th anniversary observance of the Jewish Forum Foundation. The awards were made "in recognition for services to humanity." f IECT JOSEPH GUIDA Your MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER 24 YtAMS Of ACTIVE CIVIC MfOH IN MIAmi KM. Polltloal Adv.) 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PAGE 4 B Yosef Peri Assigned To Zionist Youth Work During Stay Here In November Officers At Election Yosef Pen an Israeli messenger., aaa ha* bee* awwraed by the Ammni' tbe ZionaM Y4Kh O o mmiano a to do A ea Caw tlM i t and foarta ti l l at w i n Saara Zionist youth work ID the Sooth, ae-! tire-honi Israek. Pert ha* been cording to an announcement released bysJIrs lrir Wemrtftn chairman of the Florida Zionist Youth Commission. Pen will be in the Miami area | fim. as a from November 12th through 24th During his stay, he will attend tbe Budget Process Is Revealed To Women Voters League Here of the Tsefiai in Jennlw. his binkptoce He has worked %  H bonaJ Ti lien AaVxsor i the 8se aber c* the Yeata Deuaiftul of the Je wuh Agency and iii>*j: I i BB :: K-t: Nathan Ginsburg was elected president of the Greater Miami Ctorra Kadisha at a recent meeting in the Miami Community Cen^^, Item II of the National Program. *. 10 a j^ Delaware Avenue. Topic for the unit meetings of the League of Women Voters of Miami Beach this month will be Gicsburg has been a here for the past 18 years and P-.-.ri •..-I i was a Jerusalem a ad the \**n Be majored it Middle Waiaua Affaars while at the Hehrrw rraeraey Judaea and their lenders, as weJl as IZFA He will also men with the adults of Hadnsaab and the ZO\ j District which spaaaar the ti—i^ 'Youth progjinm and the Lara) Y'jth Commission .-. Ida to the — e—.:% %  k A. Ablin. % %  -.:. z' uM .-.. Beach >v. .=.-. Center be crrered faring lcrte lay even T.Z services; this week Rabbi Lehrman. ecder c: the Center re. Mr. Ablin d.ed '. rember. 1952. Detroit Club Meets The Dftrr.it Social Club of Great' m will hold its first me-the card room of Hotel on SaturNweibei 14th. 8 I %  naaa, d If r i %  • • ipeel -members -'•• new n .-.ere Detr it Mich Rabbi lonnob B. Rackoraky •45 Michigan Artcui Miami Baach Pbooa S-3SU New Fronton To Open In Dania South Florida* and the world's newest ;ai alai fronton, located in I b.-'.een Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale. will launch its pren I>ecember 28th. The Dar.ia Fronton h on Dania Beach Head. Highway A1A. and operate nightly except Sunday until April 10th. The SI .500.000 *port< palace will have a seating capacity of more than 3.400 Standing room space %  additional 1300 persons also iilable The auditorium will feature in ,'dividual, upholstered seats uith a -pecial center box section compo-ed of reserved lounge chairs Included in the fronton will be a lounge, a 100-seat restau' rant with a patio for outdoor dining, four refreshments bars and executive offices The buildine will be air condi tioned. fireproofed and soundproofed, and a 1500-car paved parking lot will be located in the. rear of the fronton A 30-man squad of jai-alai playariil appear in the fronton Trie group includes local favorites of, past .seasons and several players! ho are making their debuts in the l'nited States, according to a re-, port here Many of the athletes are ->and doubles champions of the l'nited States. Spain. Cuba. MuJco. the Philippine Islands and China Pan mutuel betting will be featured at the Dania Fronton, along with daily doubles and quinelas. I With the pelota. or ball used in the games, clocked at 100 miles per beer, jai-alai is considered the most dangerous and fastest played sport in the world. Measures to Improve the Budget I ary Procedures of the Congress as | Basic to Responsibility and Econj omy in Federal Expenditures," According to an announcement | here. League members will also I have an opportunity to suggest i items for next year's national program. Unit Chairman Mrs. Roland Granat listed the following dates for meetings: Monday. November 16th. 10 am. {Mrs H. Bromberg. 8035 Noremac j Avenue: Wednesday. N o v ember 18th. 1 30 p.m Mrs. S Block. 590— %  49th Street; and Friday. November ; IZZT a. SAM HWfft *to HUDSON SALES • %  • Trail 1385 Li.!.,' •Mies H* m fc_ j ractary Trtitrf a.^ Wl SaVKE AU bABJ Sea Me. ib,rt_ tmm^\ Hudson Trail Motors,! Phone 2-2SS7 Pick U( Ot. n y In,, ttlkmm CiatWrf presently operates the Strath Haven Hotel. The Chevra Kadisha is the local organization which assures the proper administration of the ritual of la>rib Other officers named were Abe Caplar. 1-t vies president: Sam Okenoff. 2nd vice president: David treasurer: Leo Uster. financial secretaryMrs Sam Geltner. recording >ecretar>: and Isadore Schwartz, chairman of general rituals. SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-11 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Be* I In Edison Center—Open Sundays ; Builders if Initial Memorials fir tie ira) $ nam Jewish Trail • Look jot the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-324S GRADE v y PRODUCTS y SERVING MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Mi PHONE 5-SS37 FAMOUS % % %  in ,4**& iur pioiitn iP&& so* KOSHII QUALITY] MUCATISSE. si • ;-'•( VTAt CO" Mawbuji by iji-Orade Food €#. 1733 N. W. 7th Arena* rV i I'd l'ul.i. iUd.| Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Iwrf SMdey, WMtM. If to S M. Tab aeayraai it tot fint Ma Iwi to •ertatt litttawf —eit t t Ftatore* to* Jewwa "*-"lltplltl NORMAN R. LYONS. N aai SHOSHANA SPKTOt PALMER'S MIAMI MSami'a On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate DeUreryl MONUMENT CO. Serving tie Jen) diiinitySiieelfi| Exclusive Ocalen ROCK if MB; | MEMORIALS DONOR PLEDGE FULFILLED! RUICKIY PUASANTIY INTfRESTINOlY Us* The Jewish flondian Proven Plo* CALL MILTON BALSAM 2-8212 "*,W''WA**WW^*'W"



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PAGE 8 A -Jewish FRIDAY, NOVFMiu^ Jewish Book Exhibit At loach Library : ho annual exhibit of Jewish books under the theme. Jews In V*ny Land<. continued by public ct^and at the Bay Front Memo r.j! Libraryhui now been moved t ;he Miami Beach Public Library. TlH exhfbit. under the direction of >:.-<. Joseph Duntov. is in celebra of National Jewish Book V nth and wil! renuin on view for two weekSimilar exhibits will appear in runy public schools and at meetir.fcS of various Jewish organizations during Jewish Book Month w.-.;ch is beui£ celebrated nation from October 29th through No \ caber 29th. Mrs Duntov said. Book reviewing service, spon%  nori by the Bureau of Jewish L .icatioa. i> now in full swine v n review* by Mrs Cecilia LipIca. airs Dorothy Fink. Dr Don IfaSSSsSSS. Manm Kurmar. Y Mollie GUzer. Louis Schwartz I m, Manuel Tropp and Ger>h>r: X ller The -or. ;ce i* still availto local rgan:zations during ilk Book Month radio programs for Jewi.-h Book be announced soon for &f ATVJ. WIOI) ar.d WQAM t the direction of Bernard user radio pro rection of Ber>l I ] Golden Agers Meet Dr. C JMathes. of the Dade County Board of Health, will address the Golden Age Friendship! Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Town' Branch, on Sunday. November 15th. at 2.30 p.m Hta talk will cover' the role which the Dade County Board of Health plans to play in' the health of the Golden Agers of the community. Arlington Hotel Is Site Of Judoeons' Conclave Scheduled This Weekend West Miami Lectures Are Set For Mondays A special course of lectures will be given by Rabbi Alfred Waxman on the subject. Customs And Ceremonies Around The Jewish Calender In Home And Synagogue, on Monday eveningv 7 30 p.m.. at the | West Miami Jewish Center. 5720' SW 17th Street Rabbi Waxman I will be the only lecturer in the' series and will last for one hour after which a question and answer period will take place. There is no j registration fee. books are also being stimulated throughout the community by a special committee of the Bureau of Jewi>h Education headed by Maurice Grossman. Special lists of current books in English. Hebrew and Yiddi>h are being distributed b> the Bureau of Jewish Educato Mrs Duntov. Fifty Senior Judaeans and Leaders wijl gather at sundown Friday to begin their annual weekend Conclave at the Arlington Hotel, announced Joseph Pardo. chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, joint youth agency of Hadassah and the ZOA sponsoring the event. Highlights of the educational weekend will be services on Friday night and Saturday morning conducted by the Judaeans At the Oneg Shobbat Saturday afternoon, Louis Srhwartzaaaji. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will speak on his recent trip to Israel, and Joseph Parde. chairman ot the commission, will conduct a singing session of Israeli folk songs. On Saturday night, an Israeli Fair will be held .with a beach party following, at which time movies of Israel will be show* sad stories told by Jose f furi. Senior Reubin Clein Talks The Hens Club of the North, SS*S2;r7 e S£*k." c Shore Jewish Center will meet on i H*T. ..ceiwnt MMkiwr. • ._k.. %  ,>, %  „ ., .w_ rmm llk acouaiwtance of tattled man. *> N member 18th. 8 p.m.. at tne ten)K( mltrilM n(. one able to tuooort ter. Guest speaker will be Reubin a w.fe Mr*, K.. BO an. Miami ta. Judaea's Israeli messenger who will be a guest at the weekend. On Sunday. Peri will conduct a session on Senior Judaea and the Tsofim. The closing event will be an extemporaneous speaking contests for all present. a* Working on the arrangementsare Mrs. B. Miller, Mrs. D. Mur ray. Mrs. E. Lesowoder. Joseph Pardo and Mr a Beatrice Solloway Staff for the conclave will include Mrs. Solloway Yosef Peri. Miriam Schwemberg. Rooi Hyman. Linda Bricklin. 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