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The Jewish Floridian ( November 20, 1953 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY hLUME 27—Number 47 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS Dr. Malik Not Interested In Talking: 1 I ( Israel Bids Jordan to Direct Discussion trt United Nations :hmann, who served as special envoy on World Refute Problems under former President Harry S. Truman, recentreturned from Israel where he conducted an investigation new industrial and agricultural developments, many of Jiich are being supported by the proceeds from the State of /ael Eond Issue. Mr. Hirschmann (above, center) is shown 6th two workmen of the Yuval Gad Factory, near Midgal scalon. He will be principal speaker at the Israel Bond Big jree Dinner in the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday evening. (For 3iy, see Page 2 A) ilA Votes to Borrow 75 Million for Meeting Loans UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Israel this week called upon the United Nations Security Council to press for a peace settlement in Palestine and officially proposed an immediate meeting of Israel and Jordan political and military authorities at UN headquarters here to iron out armistice enforcement problems, particularly prevention of border incidents and maintenance of border security. The Israeli proposals came as Abba Eban head of the Israel delegation, addressed the Security Council when it resumed consideration of the Palestine security situation. In a major statement of policy, the Israeli spokesman warned that "if this Council wants security, it must enunciate the need for peace." He announced that he had been empoweied by the Israel Government, "with the assistance of senior political and military advisors, "to represent Israel in direct talks with Jordan representatives at the UN headquarters here. "The presence of Jordan representatives at UN headquarters, as well as the presence of the Chief of Staff of the UN truce superviIHICAGO (JTA)—Responding to pka (or urgent aid to meet Is. rippling short-term indebt." the United Israel Appeal, its national convention here Bday, adopted a resolution raging itself to carry out a proam of increased fundraising, as aof borrowing a minimum [ ST5.ooo.000 for a period of five ar-. in order to refund Israel's on term obligations. IT he resolution also urged AmerYi Jews in 1954 to provide a Jnimum of $125,000,000 through I'nited Jewish Appeal and the rael Bond issue. The more than delegates from all parts of If l nited States called upon esident Eisenhower "to use his bod offices and the great prestige M influence of the US to bring •out in the very near future a (inference of Arab governments that there were 128 cases of sabotage or mining; 886 clashes with armed marauders in Israel territory, 122 armed robberies and 3,263 thefts and burglaries. He pointedly noted that Britain, which is bound by a military alliance with Jordan, could have been "a very active factor in preventing the original invasion of Israel in 1948." Offers Program Mr. Eban presented a six-point program for dealing with the complaint now before the Councili 1. The tension should be diagnosed as a threat to security arising from the absence of peaceful relations between Israel and the Arab States. To this primary cause the Security Council should ascribe the whole sequence of violence which has come to its notice, and it should remind the parties of their duty, under the charter, to hharmonize their efforts for the establishment of peace. 2. Attention should be drawn to the fact that the main objective of the armistice agreements, the transition to permanent peace, has not been complied with and that the fulfillment of this armistice provision has a clear priority and sion organization would suggest the urgency over all subsidiary proviUN headquarters an appropriate sions. Avenue for these talks." Ambassa3 Atlcn( i on sh0 uld be drawn to dor Eban declared. "It may be that (ne fac( llaI ,, u St ,curitv Council's we could bring agreed conclusions own pas( rcs „i ul j ons on peace a nd to the Security Council for presecur i t% especially its resolution Senator CfHttft %  charges power oelitici Stnotor Wiley crib for Arob eoe and Israel aimed at achieving a state of peace in the Middle East." On a resolution on cash, the conference took note of the fact that some 200,000 immigrants were still living on "the fringe of Israel's economy." It called on the Jewish community of America "to do everything possible to provide the maximum amount of cash through the collection of pledges, bank borrowings or advanced payments on the 1954 campaign in order to alleviate the urgent pressure for the remainder of 1953." Senators Differ Two US Senators, the Republican chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee and a ranking Democratic member of that committee, clashed sharply here in their views on American policy n the Middle East, particularly with regard to Continued on Pe A venting violent incidents at the border." Kibya Deplored Referring to the Kibya incident, Eban said that "the mood and the background" of the Kibya incident can only be understood in the light of the atmosphere in which Israel's "hard struggle for security and peace" is conducted. The Israel Government, he said, "regards the loss of innocent life at Kibya with profound and unreserved regret." This, he said, "was a most unfortunate explosion of pent up feeling and tragic breakdown of restraint after the provocation of brutal attacks such as the coldblooded murder of a mother and her children in their sleep." He declared the circumstances of the indent were precisely as outlined in Premier David Ben-Gurion's statement of October 19th. He pledged "the cooperation of my government ... for any purposeful attempt to eliminate the conditions in which bloodshed can occur and to put the whole sorry sequence of violence behind us." Mr. Eban recounted that between May, 1950, and August, 1953. 421 Israelis had been killed and wounded on the Jordan frontier, against blockade and belligerency adopted September 1. 1951. have not been implemented. The Council should also refer to the absence of any effort to implement Article Eight of the Israel Jordan armistice agreements, notwithstanding the text of that agreement itself, and Continued on Pago 8 A Abe Aronovitz top rr. %  Aronovitz is Top Man in Primary Polling 14.662 votes, attorney Abe Aronovitz Tuesday led a fil d Of 21 candidates to come out top man in the Miami city commission primary election. In an extremely light turnout, which brought only 41.016 qua fied voters to the polls. Arono' led the number two finisher Randall N. Christmas, by some 7C1 tallies. Christmas received IZS I ballots. The four other candid;, g who will run with Aronovitz and Christmas for the three city ct mission vacancies next week are Arthur C. Person, 11.007: Jack Horsley. 9.560: John Red Lake. Continued on Page 8 A ebuke Demanded for Kibya l NITED NATIONS (JTA)—Jordan's representative before the -nited Nations Security Council demanded Tuesday the branding of (Israel as an aggressor for the Kibya jaid. limitation of immigration to Israel and control of Israeli armapents. He further told the Council it Meemed that "if the Israeli Government has some proposal to subImit to the Jordan Government, the 'roper channel would be through the Chief of Staff of the United Nations truce supervision organization. "If there is agreement," he added, "the most suitable place for such discussions would likely be Jerusalem because of the proximity and facility of communications with the two governments." The Jordan statement to the Se curity Cpuncil was made by Dr. Yusuf Haikal. Jordan Minister to Washington. He warned the Council that "either the aggressor will be sternly condemned and practical guarantees will be recommended to prevent any recurrence of such breaks of the armistice agreement," he said, "or the condemnation will be in such vague and general terms that it will leave no choice for countries that are victims of aggression but to rely on their own power to repel the aggressor." Month Summary Shows Arab Border Infractions JERUSALEM (ISI) — While the Security Council of the United Nations is discussing the tensions on the Israel-Arab borders. Ar infiltration and violence continue unabated. Following is a day-by-day outline of Arab border violations since the Kibya incident which brought Big Three repudiation of Israel last week. The Israel deletion has had little success in bringing these border infractions to the attention of the UN Security Council: October 19th—Infiltrators attempted to penetrate the village rf Ramat Hakovesh. The attack was foiled. One infiltrator was kilte when a hand grenade exploded m his pocket. (This immediately preceded the Kibya raid: Ed.) October 20th—Regular Jordan troops of the Arab Legion fired at a train near Beit Safafa south of Jerusalem. October 21st—Armed Jordanians trespassed on Israel ternt and opened fire on an Israel patrol near Bir Karshieh. October 22nd—Jordan saboteurs derailed a locomotive and thirtee i cars of the Haifa Tel Aviv train near Ayal. The mining was intende,. to explode a fuel train which ordinarily passes at that hour. October 24th—An Israel police post in the Kakun area was fir. upon from across the Jordan border. The same day Arab Legion diers threatened to open fire on an Israel commander walking n< the Armistice lines in the Ayal area where the train had been deraile.: October 29th—An Israel officer on his way to an Israel-Jordan commanders' meeting near Kfar Budrus was fired upon by Arab Lesion soldiers from across the border. October 30th—Armed Jordanians penetrated Neve Ilan. a village in the Jerusalem Corridor. They opened fire on the watchmen and stole worktools and other items from the villagers. November 4th—Jordanian National Guardsmen crossed the An tice lines into Israel near Atyr in the northern Negev. The Jordanian. seized three Israel bedouins and their flock of more than 350 ne.a November 5th—Armed Jordanians attacked the railway stal guard north of Hedera. They killed the railway signalman and toot Continued on Page 8 A ik



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PAGE 2 A +Jei*tncr*Mor Roth Will Chair Big Three Bond Dinner At Algiers Hotel On November 24th Miam^^teach Councilman BurIncluded in the 4wn^c^M^ra ett P#fll be chairman of the will he an outline'nfa^^R^n au each Councilman Bur nett-ftlUWrlll he chairman of the Israel Bond Organizations Big Three Dinner to be held in the A! %  perHotel on Tut: \ vem*a$er 24th. 6 30 p m Included in the will be an outlineTrf a ll'lllrll "autenty meal. a< >erved in Israel, and compared with the dinner served in the A!s:erThe difference between tht-v, two meals is the bond At a ip* breakfast nieeting -.declared held in the SbeJbortM !•: week. Roth ursced the committee in charge to exert even effort in nakine the event "The m -desperate!) required by the current situation in lrae! The Dinner Committee is comnd 01 \!rNathan Bookspan. Lew E Braverman. Mrs. Manuel Burstein. Lewis Escott. Ezra Feincold. Voe Femgold. Ben Ciller. Henry Hohauman. author pkMnl and patron of the arts itiiacd plans for the dinner Roth noted that "considerable impetus'" had been given the bund drive with announcement of a $10.000 Ssaa Beckman. of Ttio West 50th Street. Miami Beach I -incerely hope that as many Mumians as possible will attend : the dinner Tuesday in the AlgicrHotel." Roth declared "Ira Hirschmann is a tremendous *peser. and the opportunity of hearing him should not be missed." Sam Beckerman (second from right), of 765 West 50th Street. Miami Beach, purchases SI0.000 in State of Israel Bonds from Burnett Roth, chairman of the Israel Bond Organization's Big Three dinner to be held in the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday. November 24thMrs. Louis Glasser. Greater Miami chairman, is at left. Colonel lack Arvey, of Chicago, looks on. Beth Jacob Stud** To Observe ChanuU. week report,,, thaT^T he Be, h j ol J* %  akssiand ^dav~L Wed in the preparS^] tiveChanukah pr „, ra n I Sr^TC S5l oer 6th. Th. progra-, % -,„ in three d The program ,under ti^ rtl Jar r K -*4 Harry Deckv. \i ., LoJZjT;' "KfMUsRer.ahMescfcSf 1 Mount Sinai To Mark Anniversary The fourth anniversary' of Mount Sinai Hospital will be celebrated at a dinner dance on Wednesdayevening. November 25th. in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel. According to Dr Jack J. Falk. chairman, and Dr. Maurice J. co-chairman of the event, the commemoration ot the anniversary' has been etahlihe6! as an annual tribute to Mount Sinai by the medi the breakfa\ pointing cal 5,aH *. ,h hospital it :&at Israel's Big Three need* re— dedication and C object; %  Hebrew School Names Committees Mian ~.hool anc -regation this ."mmit fear, acement by H h presi : Named are I ->er. Fredal and Sam Winn. -nn. BsK Mn Sis m April, pro." -*i. Ben Sokoioff budget: Sam man. member-hip. Abe Kaplan, tiildmg. M::ton Werner, parua ~<-ntanan. MrR..ben Sehweitrer. hospital Ben Sokoloff. house: Mrs Dave tieber. registrar. Mrs Ben Sokoff. refreshments Dave Kleber tacattft and religion: Samuel linn, special fund raiding. Hernan Needelman. sergeant at-arrr-.Siroon April, sick Mrs Robert "•chwerrrer. circulation: H M -:ca. cemetery. Mr* Sam Her man. telephone Mrs Joseph Sch madron, publicity I Goldman. Laehen Aneym. and A It •. >:ah!. ;-nior congregation Sen ing wiOt Drv Falk and Ro*e in planning the celebration are ^nford Levin*. Sol Sal Bid Levin and Murray M ReckSapero Again Named Synagogue President Julius Sapero has been reelect ed president of the Downtown Sy n• for the third consecutive term, according to an announcement here. Other officers include M Bar ritz. 1st vice president: Adolph Friedman, secretary: B Pearl, treasurer, and Benjamin Agranow. recording secretary Rabbi Anyah Becker is spiritual leader of the congergalion Aronovitz Says He Is Grateful;' Urges Support Tuesday "I am very grateful to everyone who voted for me." Those were the fir>t words of Abe Aronovitz when informed he was the top man in Tuesday's primary. "But I hope and pray that all my friends will stay with me through the runoff next Tuesdav | And I wish to ask all those who! I didn't vote for me to consider my record and then see if it la in their heart! to cat their vote for me."' Ar novitz fetid also that while he had kept frfs promise to spend no more tharf'one thousand dollarin the first primary, conditionhave now changed and it will be I necessary to spend a bit more. But I -till will not allow any of By friendor volunteer workers to clutter up autos and trees and signboards with my name The top man said he attributed hu successful primary campaign to the fact that so many of his old friends and so many new ones voted for him on his record. "I feel that Ay experience over the last thirty 'years of service to the people of, Miami qualifies me for the post of Miami city commissioner ." He pointed to his record in the slum clearance situation, in saving the city and the taxpayers a quarter of a million dollars a year in S. J. A M. Reph HEBREW BOOK STOtUE 417 Wellington A*a Between Fourth and Fifth St*. For CTTBO "CTO T.UpHom ft-SaiT Israel Certificates CALL Coll 2-1776 •' •' % %  I l-r* Rabbi Skop To Talk Rabbi Morris Skop. of the Coral Gables Jew,sh Center, will speak ] m Uoa aoI1 f" *" m at Tuesdav s 1 nm m-.,J„ Zt.t ,he bus controversy, his seven year sSriai 'st.sfxSiS !; v h !ef' r nd f our M m,,i,on *5 u,, i to the Jewuh Home for the Aged ..f'TV 0 M ,'f m,ans hls ork i. the AlgierHotel 7n ZnZrol ZS^S^TL em0rMl "^""l >k Month. Rabb, Skop !" T?? iJl! ^"^nded v transfer to the county so the hosBSMi BH and humor in Jew ;h literature •WiaTT SEVENTH SEASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER, Caw* ROBERT. GABY. JEAN CASADESUS F I A N I S T S Sun. Eve. Nov. 22nd. 8:30 Mon Eve. Nov. 23. 8:30 • &f •ch A*it*rwai B_J, %  _j^.__r .._ Si-tfe rN*eh: S3.00 S2 SO S2.00 %  \\TT^\S?^ -——— STEINWAV P *-.o .. pital could develop more rapidly and soundly and to his many other activityin city affairs. I am proud of my record of service." said Aronovitz. and I know that the folks who vote for me for city commi>sioner can be a>sured by my past accomplishments that I will never stop working for the welfare of our city and for the best interests, of all the people." HI 'Carmen HURIIL MAHM n COMPANY OF -0 OSCAI HAMMEtSTEIWS krilM^t adapt** .1 tir, ^^ Suged ind Adapted by O c Campbell Produced by Nat Deb>n Tuesday, November 24th AT I 00 P.M. Docte Covnty Auditorium Ticket Prices: •1.50. st-aa. saso and uoo Carealia'a BoM She*. >> Radia Ce.. AniNn % %  —U < AudLf.ee 1 1 3SC Lincoln Road Metzamne — Phone 5-S41I Entrance on Washington Art. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection In Latest Styles SIMON SEIDEN. 503 S.W. 17th Ave.. 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rldiar (200,000 Building Fund Campaign tf Jewish Home Enters Third Week PAGE 3 A The $200,000 building fund campaign of the Jewish Home for the a enters its third week with Iniph hopes of. reaching the goal [according to Abe Kurman, presi | ( l,,nl of the Home. Advance predictions of pledges [anil the enthusiasm of the campaign committee point to a successful termination of the highly [concentrated drive on the evening [of Sunday. December 6th, when %  campaign workers will attend a %  victory dinner at the Shelborne HoEarly this week, Kurman and co| chairmen David Phillips and Baron de Hirsch Meyer welcomed Colonel %  Jacob Arvey at a campaign meetIjng held in the offices of Mr. Meyer Colonel Arvey has just completed an 8,000-mile trip which t, 1( ,k him through Europe and Israel He made a close study of the [rehabilitation programs for the ag[ed conducted in Israel and supported through the work of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish ApIpeal. Colonel Arvey had high praise [for the efforts T>f Greater Miami's [community leaders who are particiIpating in the campaign to build the [Ablin Memorial Unit on the present site of the Jewish Home in Douglas Gardens, 150 NE 53rd [street. He was a lifelong friend of Jack I Ablin in Chicago and has pledged [his assistance as a co-chairman in | aiding drive leaders. Mrs. Faye Ablin received a tribute from Home officials for her [cooperation and personal efforts in [the current drive honoring her llate husband who was prominent [in local philanthropies and civic I work. Earlier this week, Mrs. Sol SilIverman. president of the Home's Women's Auxiliary, led a contingent of her members to the campaign headquarters and pledged 100 percent cooperation of the auxiliary in the fund drive. A group [of husband and wife teams were [appointed under the direction of the Mesdames Baron de Hirsch | Meyer. David Phillips, Jacob Arfvey, Abe Kurman and Benjamin [Appel. honorary president of the Women's Auxiliary. Chairman of the Board M. J. Kopelowitz accepted the offer of cooperation from the Women's Auxiliary, declaring that the problem of aged care is one which affects all persons and all families in the area. He urged a speed-up of the drive so that the campaign schedule, calling for ground breaking on or about December 29th. could be met. More than 1,500 members of the Home received graphic folders last week containing reproductions of news stories from local publications saluting the program at the Jewish Home. In a preface to the press commendation, Kurman said: Every person is an individual at the Home. Here he can forget the frustrations of the past. Here everyone is encouraged" to enjoy life to the full. Here he engages in a broad program of occupational therapy, recreation, cultural and religious activities. Here even the bed-ridden, the blind and the wheel chair cases are given a feeling of creativity and usefulness. Here the aged live again." Plans call for the construction of the first floor of the Ablin Memorial Unit to provide facilities for the care of 42 bedridden, sick and wheel-chair cases. The modern structure has been designed by architects I. S. Loewenberg, of Chicago, and Irvin Korach, of Miami Beach. Iota Alpha Pi Will Install New Officers A meeting of the Iota Alpha Pi Alumnae will be held at the home of Miss Pat Besner, 820 NW 160th Street, on Friday evening, at 8 p.m. Installation of officers will be conducted by Mrs. Julius Bearman, past president of the group. Officers are Miss Laura Freud, president; Miss Besner, vice president; Mrs. Melvin Pollak, recording scribe; Mrs. Bert Sager, corresponding scribe; Mrs. Harold Goldstein, bursar; Miss Charlotte Goodman, alumni advisor; Mrs. Eli King, Panhellenic advisor; Mrs. Julius Bearman, Food Committee; and Mrs. Sheldon Dobkin, Telephone Committee. Kwart Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Dora Kwart formerly of 737 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, November 22nd, 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Kwart is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Helen Gartenberg, one son Harold, two brothers and three sisters. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Bach, Mozart, Ravel To Be Played By UM Orchestra The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts on Sunday and Monday evenings,•Npvem ber 21st"and 22na\ at 8:30 p.m., will be dedicated to Steinway & Sons in recognition of 100 years of piano building, according to an • announcement this week by Mrs. I Marie Volpe. concert manager. The concerts, slated for the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums, will feature the husbandwife-son piano team of Robert, Gaby and Jean Casadesus. John Bitter will be on the podium. The Casadesus family will be heard in a reading of Johann Sebastian Bach's Concerto in D minor for Three Pianos. The three movements are allegro, alia siciliana and allegro. The noted musicologist, philosopher, scientist and organist Dr. Albert Sweitzer, in writing about this concerto, as well as one other by Bach for three pianos, said that "the orchestra, for the most part, only supplies the harmonies and aims at supporting and throwing into relief the leading part in the ensemble of the three claviers." Robert and Gaby Casadesus will then be heard in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Concerto in E flat major for Two Pianos, K365, a work composed about 1779. To round out the piano program, Robert Casadesus will present his reading of Concerto for the Left Hand, by Maurice Ravel, written by the French musician for Paul Wittgenstein, an Austrian pianist who lost his right arm during World War I and who commissioned the work. Mr. Bitter will conduct the orchestra in performances of Samuel Barber's Overture to the School for Scandal and transcriptions by Leopold Stokowski of compositions by Bach. These include Mein Jesu, Wir Glauben AH' An Einen Gott, Komm Suesser Tod and Fugue in G minor. Dr. Ralph A. Harris will be at the organ. .5 Mrs. Joseph L. Shawmut, a vice president of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, served as hostess at a recent coffee in her home, 3176 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, to discuss plans for Sisterhood's Holiday Fair which will be held at the Temple on November 29th. A home-cooked Chanukah dinner will precede the fair at 5:30 p.m. Reading from left to right are Mrs. Charles Silvers, chairman of the auction; Mrs. I. A. Durbin, chairman of dinner reservations; and Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin, chairman of the Dinner Committee. Hearn Takes Sixth Spot In Primary Finishing in the top six bracket with 7,390 votes and qualified to run in next Tuesday's election for the three Vacancies on the Miami city commission, B. E. Hearn Wednesday said that he pledges to support all moves aimed at keeping Miami "a progressive and growing community." Hearn's business career as secretary-treasurer of a plumbing firm spans the decades in which Miami grew from a village to a large metropolis, and he pledged that he will "do everything within my power to see this expansion continue on a sound and honest basis." M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman of the Board, meets with AuxUiary leaders to plan the building fund drive of the Jewish Home ior the Aged. Shown mapping the $200,000 campaign are (left to right) Mrs. Sol Silverman, Auxiliary president; Kopelowitz; Mrs. Faye Ablin and Mrs. David Phillips. First floor of the addition will be named the Ablin Memorial Unit, honoring the late Jack Ablin, and will provide emergency facilities for 42 bed-ridden aged residents. Kosher Butcher Sues Wholesaler Samuel Braslawsky last week charged that non-kosher meat had been delivered to his strictly kosher retail market at 847 Washington Avenue. Braslawsky said that the presence of the meat resulted in his being convicted by a Miami Beach court for violating a city code. In making the charge, Braslawsky filed a $75,000 damage suit in Circuit Court against William Malter's Royal Packing Company which delivered the meat to his market. Braslawsky explained that the packer delivered the meat on October 5th, and that five minutes later a Miami Beach city inspector arrested him for selling non-kosher meat before he had a chance to inspect the shipment. The resulting conviction in Municipal Court here damaged not only the Miami Beach store but also his kosher retail stores in Chicago and in South Haven, Michigan, Braslawsky claimed. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, director of the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth which supervises Braslawsky's market on Washington Avenue, this week told The Jewish Floridian that "Braslawsky has always been a kosher butcher. In this particular case, he ordered four kosher lambs and was sent one non-kosher lamb together with the other three before he had the opportunity to discover it." Rabbi Mescheloff explained that "it was found by the city inspector, and the city court xonsidered the presence of the lamb in Braslawsky's store a violation of the city code. However," the Rabbi added, "I have confidence in Mr. Braslawsky and believe he is a reliable kosher butcher." STAV WITH THE WINNER YOU'LL BE PROUD YOU VOTED FOR 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 (ADD! • 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! • Endorsed 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 DID! PULL THE r LEVER tr i i :i li nm %  'VTTJ 4 Thanks to all the folks who voted for mo. To those who didn't. I'll appreciate your vote next Tuetdey. ,.„.„„,., ,.,— ... -:— ...%  : r j.'i MHimHHHlll ll IIWI' • (Political Adv. Pd. for by M. J. Koi*-lowiU)



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SIMON GKEENBERG HAS If N executive l-sited Synagogue of America for the past three year .%b Aronovitz Abe AroDOTitz' roots in Florida rsach way back to 1888. when his lather and family came to Key West and established residence there. Aronovitz. himself, came to Key West when he was about eight years old. It was not until 1923. that he moved northward to Miami and Palm Beach. A graduate of Stetson Law School Aronovitz early began his practice of law here. Since that time, he has carved out a car oei in local government that would be the envy of any civic-minded person. For some five years Aror.ov.tz was Miami's cssistan: city attorney and for two veers acted as legal aide to the' Qvil Service" Board. In addi^on. he also held the post of acting state's attoriiey for this CJ:..BuAronovitz' accoxrpl.shrr.er.ts ~re more essentially founded in his c:vic activity as a private c.-_zer.. In this Dopocity he was author of the :ecer.zr.:. ~zs-: wdifi ii r r which since has become a BMXW ::: =.-.ir: crd_-.ances in many cities thrc the South. As assistant -:• %  / atlonwy and on kis own initiative, he traveled throughout the S-.rte of Florida mustering support that subsequently led to the repeal c: an act designed to lecahze slot machines. .-..= leaders:: • < or slum clearance rapidly placed him on Miami s slum clearance rent-.fee which paved the way for thousands ;: :=* %  boating units here. From 1927 io 1934 Aronovitz was in the •;:e::;rz: 2 battle thef-allv *:.r; up b*> :ore me United States Supreme Court As an expert or. utity rates, he proved that users of e-ectr.r.-v -ere had beer, overcharged by some 200.00C according to the rale structure and succeeded ..-. :ere.-.-.-. r a refund for that :-o-r.: tc the City of Mnai. Last year, when A.-cccv.r iecrned that tie Miami Transit Corn'. %  • %  got the city comouss:on to wcive a S230.tax the company pays for wear on the city fleets he onto. aDCOoa which de-andec 0 referendum in the matter. As a result. AroDOvrtz succeeded in saving mm c.-y one-quaner of a million dollars annual• y .a tax monies. On T u esday. Miami voters went tc the polis and voted him as high man -a a held of 21 candidates for dry commission. They had not forgotten Aronovitz civic work and his experience in local government. We aow that Abe Aronovitz as one of our city co mmiss i o ners, will be a real asset to Miami to retire from that post and fuUy devote Ms atten. n J 0 *"^ 47 chancellor of the Jewish Theological SeminarTanT^J 0 ***5 miletics there. Dr Greenberg had much to tsy abouT?* • Judaism at a banquet Sunday evening in the Casablanca M^T n ,th the United Synagogue which met in convention on U.,J^ % % %  Rabbi Silver Sfwak> 0t Raho. Area Haliel Silver eppeared as a prinapal speaker ct the final session of the two-day National Report Conference of the Untted Jewish Appeal held in Cleveland recently. Of kite iafcU Siver has beer, tax mg an increasingly active part in Jewish off cars. At the conference. Rabbi Silver criticized -he United States for failing to tell the Arab notions, in unmistakable terms, that they must make peace with Israel. He called statesmanship in Washington and other democratic capitals "bizarre" for sending arm* to the Arabs who. he said, are not averse to deahnr with gover n me nt s all too eager to win friends. But Rabbi Silver's crinciscn of our nation's leadership was merely passing compared with his attack upon Moslem statesmen whom he characterized as being without vision and courage, in a double portion of wrath heaped upon the Arab League. Rabbi SUveT must have recalled his vigorous sponsorship last year of the Administration and its leadership whose actions he now calls "bizarre." His utterances are universally respected, and his support can once more well be used by a beleagured Jewish opinion that is being treated less and less cordially in State Department circles. Bnefly. Dr Creenberg eUborsted on the function? ^ gogue within the framework of the Conservative MovenJ^ ^ "* that the synagogue is a bouse of study, prayer and of J^ •* < But he added that this did not completely define its igmfica^* ,i,t j is something in the core of the synagogue, he said whirfi ^ HIS LAST nOGHOS ffPOiT AH. itlh \niiix'r*arv The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith ,r,n 'th*^| Mfl t. Hei! if Kasce TVaJ j •j mdispensible to Conservative Jewry apart from 117 thretlil! 1 ^ I of its character. "It carries within it seeds of the whout. !3 culture.Dr Creenberg asserted, "which can complete* 1 ^* Jewish life even if it were the only organization throurh 'h* ,. I !" *' functions." n Judio,, In short, he said that the synagogue is the ind.sp not asph. Conservative Jewry alone. His definition of the funci -of the sna I gogue and of their larger meaning are applicable awelL to otkt segments of Jewish opinion. Where he would meet with argaaeati in his practical association of the Conservative Movement witi Hi! current world scene. In specifically singling out the character of Q—ruUn Judaia so that it might take on a personality of its own. Dr. Grt-er.berg ftnssl the movement's program aimed at changing the face uf the Jeiia community so that it readjusts to immediate conditu r.and circusstances. In this regard, be made much of OMservarive Jodaan heav>reliance upon scholarly, scientific and authentic ksovlesji geared toward arriving at a religion which is indigenous to a dcs cratic order of society. will celebrate its 40th anniversary this weeki As I see it. Dr. Greenberg > position here is intellectually %  end at Washington. DC. This branch of the d l ed „ Tr d t OMl Orthodox Judaism incorporates the ..nnssl wtm larger 110-year<>ld B'nai B'rith seivice oraan-1 K SSfi ?u *"? ? T Wes t n ^ mn <* P**l %  ZZl. u~A*rZZi~L uL~ u • 77EZ Phenomena to mans limited intelligence. It follows that suchens ^n had its modest begmmng back m 1913. tion is necessarily mystical. Varying religions embrace .anisiSw wnen a young attorney named Sigmund Liv-, of mystical explanation. Judaism relies to a smaller degra sp ingston decided that the Jewish community miracle and mystery than do other faiths, but it by no means ehnsSB ought to stand on guard against any practice these very important characteristics of religion at large which flies in the face of the basic freedoms' Refinements in religious experience historically made of aWj guaranteed all Americans by the constitution.' and "fystery a framework upon which were set ethical s> 'terns amei ^^ I t by practical observation of human interrelations. The framewrt; i The An:: Defamation League must be particu-; became an authoritarian agent designed to enforce acceptance of the larly near to the hearts of Greater Miamians ethical system. Taken as a whole,, religion became an intellectual uf, because its founder spent the latter years of his emotional complex, with response elicited on a generally emotion! life in Hollywood, Florida, just a few miles Dasis B< "lspired by promises of divine reward and warning* of divse north of our city. The years since its founding P uni £hm>L ^ Thus, the concept of divinity evolved to satisfy two needs -ta. allaying of fear inherent in human intellectual limitation and u projection of a code of laws upon which could be based a program of acceptable social interactions. In terms of present-day experience, it seems to roe that an either or situation exists so far as religion u coscerned If we are •enlightened" by scientific discovery to the point where we find miracle and mystery naive, then our need for mystical explanation is no longer necessary. In that sense, the yearning for spiritual gratification through divine revelation becomean anachro nitv leoHT —* *^"*-"^ '* *^TL ."" "*"'.I al — ""d matter of intellectual muddlement when we conunue to s~LT?n £T"~T P"? 8 ** 10001 P^t* and practice our religion. The alternative here is to embrace a compWeU •ozne 10.000 volunteers engaged m mass edusecular ethical philosophy cotioi for developing better interaroup rela..... !-.among the races and creeds of America. | TME SECONO COUR$E ^ A< T|ON h tQ ^ jn respeft m .be Fior.da reg-.on of ADL has hed a parricumeaning of religion as it evolved and ultimately became tradition, lariy active record. It was in the forefront here L nde r such circumstances, wc respond emotionally and intellectually to institute the anti-mask and anti-cross burn* n, ht n>' reservations. Dr. Greenberg s definition of Consenatiw ing legislation that is now a State statute In Judauin essentially places the movement at odds with the meaning addition. U effectively represented an outraaed r T hg on u *** ,0 embrace scholarly and scientific knowledge as community spurred to action by th 1951 sens* ,, now,ed e *•*' b >" >>' probing of the asuverse and n a of ^nagoguTond church dySn^^oS^ SfSjZZ "*" ^ ^ f thc *** %  ^' B *' ed 9 o?-ne I b^Ti al .^T WO l!LS r"7 P QC !" s murt. in the final analysis, mean a constantly changing • •jm^ books the recently passed Explosives tude toward divm.ty Certainly highly progressive s.nce it welcome! v onTOi ACT ; change so readily, it nontheless nndenubiy flies in the face of The ADL here clan o. kaasaaaa. .-.i • .u I en ot,on 1 lability which Judaism particularly and religions t lrt pasincTof ^*' ^ ] m tk to engender Dr Greenbergs inljys.s of the Conserv.ve Mm* ttotTadleSJ !" rjT^ ^ an-Kiisaiminament further implies that the other segments of Jew.sh spirt-al bebd non advert^inc ordinance and1 was m the fore : are not indigenous to a democratic ordeTof societv s.nce they are usnoot ot tne move to frame the Florida Annwilling to adapt their vision of divmitv to the needs of a constant process of scientific revelation So long as the essential core of Judaism remains its ethical system. this can not be true. Adherence tq traditional Judaism merely• sigmhave also brought to pass that many of the ADL's national leaders live and work in our midst During its 40-year history, the Anti-Defamation League has grown to incorporate headguarters m New York, as well as in 28 regional • offices throughout the United States. Participating in its activities axe 2.000 Jewish commuAnonymous Hate Literature Act of 1945. of 2^.'!iaS^S a 7 merely a j m0mctiou %  noasoJ l^Z^T Ua9 "* nC d ^ a nofies deference to the very specu-ic me-.n.ng of religion Camed to ^ !? c ^u "s intensive prooemots logical conclusion. Dr. Greenbergs adjustment technique must* IuC eCUCOtlOn rxcxjrmn whkh hard,V "IT Tl$** J: -^Tl e *". l r > ,d he should challenge the methods of traditional l*T~ •dj which have flourished despite excruciating tortures for thousands nejrerending effort oimed at keeping sacred • and tinchallenged the right, of all humankind.' years



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^v NOVEMBER 20, 1963 JewistiJUrtdian PAGE 5 A* /ers Article rs Agency Role l( October issue of The Jewish jimunity, a magazine published l t be Council of Jewish FedeB* evCt ings ImraeiUe Center Slate* ttazaar The Israelite Center will hold its third annual bazaar at the Center on December 12th through 15th. The doors will open at 8 p.m. in the lion and Welfare Fund*,. carries article by, Stanley C Myers, Mi i attorney and philanthropic and worker, lyers, who is chairman of the hVF Committee on Community tanization and who is one of organization's past presidents, his article, Studies Chart kil Community Growth. Briefly. Myers studies the wider of central agencies within the nmunity and envisions a trend % aid greater individual partici As key Jewish communi he chooses Camden, Albany New Britain. "They are diin historical development, ;s of Jewish communal strucand activity and size of popJion." Myers writes. is study indicates that expanof organizational life and faties in the community is deterged by local "efforts and needs her than through any externally tosed survey findings or bluents" and stresses the hope for lire wide participation. )!-.. %  of the facets of the probof gaining increased participaa. Myers declares in his lead aris the lack of effective yearIKI interpretive programs. This, [claims, can be affected by or^izing wider channels of comlication with the Jewish public Acquaint it with the work of the tral agency and greater involvent of constituent organizations IdiMussion about current probThere will be a large variety of booth 1 displaying merchandise of all kinds, including household articles, baked goods, hardware, shoes, costume jewelry and clothing for men, women and children. Home cooked meals will be served Sunday. GMJCC Schedules Expanded Adult Program For Leisure-Time Activity An expanded adult program has been organized at the various branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center this ( year, it was announced by Kmanuel Tropp, director of activities^ Classes in art, dance, bridge, 9 golfi and clothes-making are among the many new activities that have been started. Folk Dancing Slated Following a short business session, the Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will hold a fiesta evening, with all guests participating in international folk dances and square dancing, on Tuesday, November 24th, at 9 p.m. Dances will be directed by Shirley Berlin, of Shirl's Folk & Square Dance School. A performance will also be given by the Folk Dance Group. iung Zionist Party fhc Miami Young Zionist group planning a party which will be at Harvey Corgort, 1910 SW Street, on Sunday night, Noaber 22nd. 8:30 p.m. There will be a program at the meeting |Tuesday, November 24th, 8:30 at the Bureau of Jewish EduObituries MRS. MARY OBRISKY .",8, 605 Mih St.. Miami Heai h. passed awuy Nov. 10th. The remains wei e sent to Akron, onto, by Riverside Miami lleach Puneral Home. Hhe came here from Cleveland 11 years MO, HurvivliiK are two daughters. Miss DofOthy. of Miami, anil Mrs. Al>e Sugerman, of Atlanta, and two sisters. Board Will Meet Irs. Harry Seigel. chairman, will isidi at a Board of Directors eting of the Greater Miami Auxkry to the Jewish Consumptives' Jief Society at the home of Mrs. rnard Moss, 1435 Meridian Aveon Wednesday, November jlh. at 8 p.m. Final plans for the Jcember 13th dance, which will held in the Algiers Hotel, are heduled to be discussed. GEORGE M. DOONEIEF 2438 Flamingo Dr., Miami lleach. died Nov. 12th. Riverside Miami lleach CtUipel sent the remains to New York. Mr Doonelaf, a retired Insurance broker In Brooklyn. NY. came to Miami four years ago. lie was a member of l*rospect l^MlgtNo.e!~x, K&-AM. In llrooklyn. Besides his wife. Mrs Fanny Uoonelef, he leaves a sola IM Alfred S. Hoolielef, of liedfoid Hills, NY. BENJAMIN 8HAPIRO 82, passed away Nov. 12th. Services weie held In tlordon's Miami Chapel, with burial In Mt. Slnal Cemetery. A baker, Mr Shapiro came from NewYork nine years ago. He leaves his wife, Ann: three daughters, Mrs. Ilea" trice Price, Miami, Mrs. Helen ZitofHky and Mrs. Tillle Spector, both of New Yodc; two brothers and two sisters, Including Mrs. Uertha Levlne, Miami. uistmaa Pledges To ^arry Out Confidence" c confidence shown me by the Mers Tuesday." I The candidate came to Miami in P26. He lives with his wife and *o young daughters at 4095 Haree Road, Coconut Grove. ike Endorses City lanager Government Following his capture of fifth Pot, with 7380 votes, in Tuesday's imary election for Miami city ommission, John Red Lake Tueslay again endorsed the city manner form of government. Terming it as "the most effici; it for Miami municipal adminisNtion," the 36-year old candidate fepeated other pledges which include support for storm sewers, the %  iami Municipal Board study, inPustrial development and a solution to downtown congestion. "1 also favor improved recreational facilities for youth," Lake "Plained. He has been a Miami e sident since 1925, is married and as two daughters. MRS. FANNIE WEINSTEIN (5. 10513 I.enox Ave., Miami lleach. died Nov. 13th. She came from New Jersey five years ago. Surviving are her husband. Isadnr. Miami lleach; two daughters. Miss Esther Welnstein, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Mildred lleeker, Red Hank. N.J.; two sons. Harry and Edward, and two grandchildren, nil of Red Bank. Services and burial were heal at Red Hank, with Riverside Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach, in charge of local arrangements. MRS. ALYCE PHILLIP* LEBITT l.-iV Washington Ave.., Miami Beach, died of a heart ailment at her home November 11th. Mrs. Ime sent the bodv to Baltimore. Mr. (.Insberg, a retired manufacturer of men K clothing, came to Miami from Halt more seven years ago. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Rae Ginsberg, and a daughter. Mrs. Sidney Maduff. of U>t An:;el. •. MRS. MARY FINE 19. Of 27M SW 3th Ave, died Monday. Formerly of Philadelphia, she came here 10 years ago. Surviving are two sons, Kdward and Chailes H and a daughter, Mrs. Audrey Burl. ill of Miami. Services t.jok place In Philadelphia, with Beaoh Memorial Chapel In charge locally. Art classes in oils, water colors and sketching will be offered at the Town and Beach Branches. Warren Soned, director of Soned Studios, will conduct classes at the Beach Branch on Monday nights, while Edmund Weyhe. director of the Mirell Gallery in Coconut Grove, will be the instructor at the Town Branch on Thursday nights. Popular golf professional, George Astor. is resuming classes for both beginners and advanced students at the Town Branch on Monday nights using the roof driving range, which has been specially constructed for this purpose. Classes in Latin-American dancing featuring rumba, samba and tango, will be led by "Babs" Wolfe at the Town Branch and by Frank Shube rt at the Beach Branch, both on Thursday nights. Miss Wolfe has taught ballroom dancing at a number of prominent Beach hotels, and Shubert was an Arthur Murray dancing instructor before coming to Miami. Contract hri$r instrnction is another one of the new activities for which enrollment is now being taken. Mrs. Leo Alpert and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich will provide the instruction. A class in clothes making is now in progress at the Klagler-Granada C'enier on Monday nights with the cooperation of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. A recent arrival in the Miami area, Ruth Walton Leonard, formerly director of American Dance Arts in New York, is now teaching modern dance to adults Tuesday nights at the Town Branch. Folk dance enthusiasts get together on alternate Sunday evenings at the Town Branch under the leadership of Mrs. Bernard Segal, for programs of American, Israeli and European folk dances. Gym classes fpr men and women have been ojie+otlng for some timixrw, with the women's groups featuring calisthenics and badminton, and the men participating mainly in volley ball, basketball, and weight lifting. The adult committee at the Flagler-Granada Center also conducts a classical disc jockey's club on Sunday evenings and is now planning a study course in Jewish history. Horsley Steps Up Campaign; Will Support Municipal Board Jack Horsley this week continued his campaign on what he calls "a modernization program." The 39-year-old candidate for Miami city commission placed fourth in Tuesday's primary election, with 9,560 .votes. Author To Speak At Beach Center Meeting Ruthe Dixon, program ehirman for the Miami this week' of the to the g Adult Group of the Jewish Center, said It Helen Muir, author lamf USA, will speak on Wednesday evening, November 25th, 9 p.m., at the Social Hall 1 of the Center. Miss Muir's novel on Miami was published on November 2nd. This will qualify him to run with the five other top candidates, who contended in a field of 21, for one of the three vacancies existing on the city commission. Horsley repeated his pledge to support the Miami Municipal Board which he said "is attempting to solve the problem of overlapping and duplication in the two administrations." A Miamian since 1927, he has pledged to fight for removal of downtown railroad tracks and replacing them with a boulevard highway. Casadesus Interview Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview the Casadesus family on Saturday. November 21st. over station WKAT. at 6:30 p.m. They are to be the soloists with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on November 22nd and 23rd. :> Pull Lever 4a Let's ModerniaOur Miami, NOW? LET'S ELECT CITY COMMISSIONER. ABRAHAM PAUL GOt.D 7, nlaht manager of 'he Netherlands Hotel Miami Beach, died Monday. He "me from Milwaukee •*hU" s *S l "g3 and lived at 4145 Nautilus 1>r Mh.ml Beach. Surviving are hia mother. Mrs • Miami; a brother. Al Ethel I'arsoff, thur, Miami, and two slsi.is. Ices took place Tueaday Miami Chapel, with Nebo Cemetery. ServIn Oordon's liuii.il In Mt. Chest Seeks 8.000 Volunteers For Work A Block Campaign This week Community Chest volunteers moved $108,000 closer to their 1054 goal of $1,141,000 for the 22 local Bed Feather agencies and the national USO. Workers in four major business (.divisions now soliciting funds through business firms and employees in commercial and industrial companies made their midcampaign report on Monday to bring the Chest total to date to $458,944.85, or 40.2 percent of the giant quota. Division A, the Chest's big money division which solicits corporations and large individual contributions, reported 67.6 percent of its $433,800 goal-raised at the midway point. Federated-Fair Share Campaigns are under way among employees in hundreds of business firms. The Industry Division, Section I of the Chest, reported 25 percent of the $196,000 quota to be raised through employees in large industrial plants. House-to-house solicitation for the Chest throughout Dade County will begin on Sunday, January 10th. Mrs. F. F. Ravlin, chairman of the Metropolitan Division, this week called for more volunteer workers to "Work A Block" in the January drive. Over 8,000 workers are needed to cover every house in Dade County. S LOOMBERG oeton 18 years MRS. REBECCA it who came from aao died Monday *t her home, X 1P& 12.1, Ave., sh r %  v *0 ,r t r 1 r ( '.'""' Uiuis of Miami, Samuel B-. A^f 1 ? fleUI Maw... and Harry of Boston. Iwo daughters. Mrs fonOM Bar" and Mr. Sadie S. hechter, kottof J"' *ml and two si.-t.-.s. in. Hiding Mr£ Boae l>.|s.tkln. Miami. Service, took Sace In liordon>.Miami Chapel, with burial at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. KOHN ALEXANDER M died Monday at his horn. HW list Si He had lived here eliehl vears '..mini from Washington< I, fs survived b> bta wife. Moll M '<•"' brothers, and two elslers we, "held Thur-day. with burial Mt. Nebo Cemetery. • CIVIC LEADER • SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN "the man who gets things done" JACK 0RR, prominent Miami attorney, aad former campaign manaoer of Claude Pepper, endorses the electron of JACK HORSLEY and urges his friends to vote JACK HORSLEY November 24th, assurin§ the city sound, effi} cient and economical government. Coeieoit* Munaftrs JACK ORR JOHN FRYKMAN Headquarter.: 1100 S.W. 1st Street — Ph. 2-7668


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PAGE 6 A FMDAY. "OVDQQ Eleanore Glick. Stanley Pred Wed At Sunday Afternoon Rites In Gables .. £.*-.'. Baal aaaaaja Staaie? M Pred w aa afrermaag m Sail ?. Xosaaa15ti Rabb* Leaa KrooBh ofi^ udtflfel rites beJri m the Ph?* t the J—t htrr af aed Mrs. Loaus Gbck. SM urt. Mvaau. Mr Pr. %  j- Mr iad Mr> Band PreA. .wt attk Street. StuBi eh. Sv-bwara. seter f the | ** aaatroa af baaar Br.ie>jt Gark her sater tehanaaa kept the facat > .. laii iahsa af the groom, Babert %  aa. Berts* Yaaaf aatf Ea•v er* sshers. V-<. Pre* c r taa irri I anaTj af Maryiaai aac rsaeetf treat the l"srersaty af -as **h as. AM degree at '. X>TSJCJ af Masai sad at La Scaao; tier* Be B a aaraeaf the Marat >a> • the Mm Bra .* Wesakle aad New Pied%  faari attk tie t es Vrar? i kfiaska. PERSONALLY Brody. Koretzky Troth Announced -,-*-• 4 T' T X* /~ atn. Lee Brady, af Aiaaij Park. _____ S P E A K I N GNe-Jfa, SW l*b Terrace. the bath af the Jkjel Beat <>• October SM fags aa as sia to %  a.iir*f r *' B MTf •bar* of the Mass Brady ay Park arhaah af the r af Jaaaar far Yoaar Raretxky saaW—f Georgia. CoraeU U n niais He r eceiie d the AB degree — tasa fraai the C S M J ailj of Mi „ __ aad a a aae aaber af Pi Laajbaa Harry aaal Fbarcaca Barker, of. r ••15 SW lTrh Street. Milan are i_^L__:-f-_i ar— n w. • ____ _. — • v.__ %  %  Worts war a. be aa Jer HI the Mariae Cora* Mr *? to _=* aj Baal Eta Wets. af Lmti B a the af the axh liaaj j; Mr aad baau Beach. North Shore Food Frith Miss The I ma Esan Chooses June Rita] f BBBaBaB. Baa*aV ~3aa£_ •_[ 9 Bbaafil aha -Jar North ; In i tag bid s aarafees aere reraC? a .. i, n CarrA Jeai\ Sandier Receives Ring On %  M Sosto. Mrm raaaar Jaaaar Gaa^£=.trS-,^_S: Her M4h Birthday Beaea < %  >. Aaata Oatrai aeat Fa? Mr aaal Mrs. FreaS V Sai I af ITS SW 23rd Street. Wucx IHF %  ~~ Pi ogrum On Sunday s >n. Lew Rites Are PlannAddress Adult B a aa B BB ;c ... Sbaaars. * aa tab BaT be Pna) Jaa-< Savsk? leak EL asB i Aa Tba Jeavk Wed I hi Beach Muss PtaaSaa Gaaaaars aaf NarM Cahl Dorf. Margol Are Betrothed tc :t the e "in flii Mi IB1 arr 1Mb. asjai r* Gaaf CL. Acodemy Pipfc Vi \ 7^ >• az ; pai : T. > aaj I i-. ^.T^. ./". i "1 :be U af M Jr P EOar? a Pt. --*ie ^z-aet N;r-a^iiitf :*aKkjr. .•aaraw" J-Ttal



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)A Y, NOVEMBER 20, 1953 ^Jewish flcridian mor Roll At Beach inter Announced r)r. Herman R. Mechlowitz, .airman oi**the Religious School [the Miami Beach Jewish Center, | week announced the Honor i III for the first quarter of the tarn. Class 1A—Allen Covven, Arlene user. Michael Hale. Stephen jld. Daniel Levine, Stanley Murlick. Dorothy Roloff. Lawrence ?rberg, Ivan Shapiro and Stephessler. tlass 2A—Susan Bookspan, MarICohen. Stephen Cypen, Russell nan. Howard Hirschfield, RobJandel and Susan Scher. iss 3A—Martin Friedman, EIKriedwald, Robert Hauser, hen Marks, Michael Peyton, yard Pottlitzer and Harvey Shaiss IB—Keith Barish, Clifford n. Gary Leslie, Edward Man{Efram Lieber, Stuart Marcus, .Miller, Leonard Rosenfeld, Ro.'tnfeld, Richard Schwartz, Tessler and Henry Zang £S 2B — Claudia Bialolenki. hen Chaikin, Dennis Foreman, ||ra Katz, Theodore Nash, Ken Struhl and Perry Steinberg. ass 3B—Stuart Auerbavh, BerDrueker. Stanley HaJpern, Kaplan, Alan Medof, Cailum \. Jack Rabin, Ronald Rothand Michael Schinitsky. ss 1C—Michael Hirschenson, amin Keats, Iris Rosenberg ionald Rubin. kss 20—David Kross, Michael kn snd Sheila Levine. iss 4—Jo-Ann Abrahams, Linranrff and Charles Homer. I-7—Carol Citron, Harriet em, Allison Greene, Sherry ver. Paula Muravchick and let Newman. piss 8—Linda Friedman, ArKaplan, Wendy Postol and Weinstein. ifirmation — Alan BorenHarriet Gans, Joan Gilbert, Grossman, Roberta Rubin, la Savransky and Barbara If. PAGE 7 A Mrs. Lizzie Lttt, Pioneer Miami resident, is *JK> fust life member of the Esther Rosenberg Chapter here to the City of Hope, national cancer and tuberculosis hospital. Mrs. Lit! has ten life-memberships in various charitable and philanthropic organizations. -I Savage Will Address Brandeis Women Here Thomas L. Savage, author of the novel, A Bargain With God, will be guest speaker at the annual fall meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter, National Women's Committee of Brandeis University, on Friday, 1 p.m., in the Algiers Hotel, according to Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, president. Savage is assistant professor of English at Brandeis University, where he has been associated since 1049. Also on the program will be Mrs. Jerry Blank, who will sing several selections. Mrs. Blank studied voice at the Julliard School of Music. Program chairman for the event is Mrs. Harold Turk. Mrs. Max Schwartz is in charge of arrangements. The National Women's Committee was organized five yeaas ago for the purpose of maintaining the library at Brandeis University. It now numbers some 40.000 members and has contributed 85.000 volumes to the library. This summer, the committee supplied the funds for the addition of a new wing to the library. B'nai B'rith Women Plan Games, Card Parties, Teas The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, is sponsoring a Las Vegas Party at the Beth El Congregation, 500 SW 17th Avenue, on Sunday, November 22nd, 8 p.m. Mrs. J. Robinson is in charge of information. • • • The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold their weekly Menorah games party at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday. November 25th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs is in charge of arrangements. • • B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables held a membership card party Thursday at the home of Mrs. William Weintraub, 2293 SW 24th Terrace. Mrs. Sol Bodian is membership chairman. • • The B'nai B'rith Men and Women of Coral Gables Chapter will •hold a Moarte Carlo .night on Saturday, November 21st, at 8130 p.m. The affair will be held at the West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 SW 17th Street. • • North Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will have a membership tea at the North Dade Jewish Center. 13630 West Dixie Highway, North Miami, on Tuesday evening, November 24th, 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Jack R. Wein will be the guest speaker. S4t>hie Meranus is president of the chapter. Tots About Town... — %  Photo by Hamilton "id Stewart Handelman, i ol Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ndelman, 4430 Royal Palm enue, will become Bar zvah on Saturday, No•aber 21st, 10H5 a.m., at nple Beth Sholom. Rabbi W Kronish will officiate. vid, a student at Beth Mom Religious School is pne seventh grade of Nau" Junior High School. Brown Post JWV Holds Card Party The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, held a card party on Thursday night at the Israelite Center. Proceeds from admissions will be used for the work of the Auxilary at the Veterans Hospital, Coral Gables. Clara Winograd was chairman in charge of the card party, assisted by Rose Ackerman. Ilka Diamond. Hilda Capp. Ann Kessler, Catherine B. Morris and Vera Rosenthai. Bar, Bas Mitzvah Breakfast Resumed The series of Sunday morning Bar and Bas Mitzvah breakfasts will be renewed on Sunday, November 22nd, at Beth David Synagogue. Services, conducted by the students, begin at 8:30 a.m. and are followed by breakfast. All boys and girls thirteen years of age and over are invited to participate in the services and be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Serott in honor of their daughter Shifra's 13th birthday. '*W^**W^*^*'WW*W^^^^>*'WWWWW WWWA** 9ONOR PLEDGE FULFILLED! QUICKIY PLEASANTLY INTERESTINGLY Use The Jewish Floridian Proven Pirn CALL MILTON BALSAM 2-8212 Book On Windsors To Be Reviewed Eisenberg To Speak The weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held on Tuesday, November 24th, 12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel. Herman Eisenberg, new executive director of the Hebrew Academy, will be guest speaker. HIS NEWEST TOOTHSOME SMILE 'Mmk-Libow. son of Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow, 901 West 47th Street, Miami Beach. — Baby Photos by Ardmore LET'S HAVE SOME MORE Jon Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Richter, 5861 La Gorce Drive, calls for feeding time. — vArdinore Joseph Adler, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Adler, 3447 Prairie Avenue, will celebrate his Bar Mitsvah on Saturday, November 21st, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Joseph is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Among guests will be Rabbi Morris Adler. of Detroit, Michigan, uncle of the Bar Mitzvah. FOR KtAl SATISf ACTION TED BRAMSON mitts rou TO USE NATIONAL KB terminators ISTABUSHID 1939 Emergency 3-5210 DIAL 58-7341 UTTER SERVICE AT REASONABIE PIKES "Mifkty Natwnal Gone With The Windsors, by lies Brody, will be the second review in the series of best sellers presented by the Greater Miami Chaster of Hadassah at Temple Beth Sholom Tuesday, November 24th, 1:30 p.m. The book is an appraisal of what threatened to be the international Peri On WMTE Josef Peri, Israeli messenger working in Greater Miami for the Zionist Youth Commission, will make a guest appearance on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air on Sunday, November 22nd, 10:30 a.m.. over station WM1E. scandal of this era, according to Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, book reviewer. "It is an expose of the Windsors and their circle of friends written in a manner that is entertaining and absorbing from start to finish," she explained. 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PAGE 8 A -Jewish JtoricMair FRIDAY. NOVEMBER or, Israel Bids Jordan To Hirer I Talks Community At General Tailed \ a lions Session Continued from Pa 1 A of the Security Council injunction of November 17, 1953. 4. The Security Council should take note of the only conclusion aureed to by Israel and by the Arab authorities and indicated by Gen. Bennike's report, namely that the mot! specific source of current tension is infiltration or marauding into Israel territory especially from Jordan. In expressing its deep concern at all acts of violence, the Security Council would surely be entitled to express special concern over the movement of infiltration, and it should urge special attention to Article Four of the armistice pact which requires restraint of illegal border crossings. 5. The Chief of Staff and the chairman of the Mixed Armistice Commission should be asked to pursue their high objectives for in snects" -access to Mount Scopus rAIPImAr I KlA and continual blockade practices VUIVIIUI UJIJ at the Suez Canal. Dr. Charles Malik, of the Lebanon, who insisted on being heard immediately after Mr. Eban, accused him of attempting "to drown the recent aggression by Israel at Kibya in a generalized debate on all sorts of aspects of the Palestine question." Dr. Malik indicated that the Arabs would request the Security Council to "pronounce a condemLocal Functions More than 300 Jewish organizations, clubs and institutions in Dade County are now receiving the Community Calendar listing events of Jewish interest, it was announc*ITUl.tioii~ ed this week by Carl Weinkle,' president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Issued monthly as a service of Befh Sholom Groundbreaking Beth Jacob Vaad Scheduled for December 70th \ s$||es Statement Leon J. Ell, president of Temple I ... •" %  vnT Beth Sholom. this week announced that the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Beth Sholom building will take place on Sunday, December 20th. at 4 p.m.. with Charles Silvers, chairman of the Construction Committee, in charge of the UN to take all necessary measures "to bring to justice the perpetrators" of the Kibya raid, to insure adequate compensation for loss of life and damage to property caused during the raid, to refrain "from such acts of aggression" in the future and to make a general request that no military or economic assistance be given Israel without ternational peace in assisting the' proper guarantees that Israel will nation" of Israel and to ask the federation, the calendar covers a two-month schedule of events, listoperation of the armistice agree ments but the Council should also request the IN representatives in the area to devote their special attention to those provisions of the armistice agreement and Council resolutions which have not yet refrain from such acts as the raid. of the show. While local manufacturers and suppliers are again in the majority at this year's Home Show, they have been joined by exhibitors from Tampa. Sarasota and St. I'd ersberg, as well as from states ranging from New York to California and from Wisconsin to the Gulf. Salts Family Will Manage Hotel Good Hotel Good is now under the management of the Salt/ family. according to an announcement beje by Morris Fisher, co-owner of the hotel. Isidore Saltz is being joined by his two sons, Morris and Sidney, in the operation of the Good starting December 1st. The Saltz family for 50 years has been known for its operation of the Mount Freedom Hotel. Mount Freedom. New Jersey, and for its kosher cuisine. For seven days beginning November 22nd. the Builders Home been implemented, especially those show at Bay front Park Auditorium previsions for a transition to perw jH exhibit everything from a commanent peace. I pieto house, a room or an exotic 6. Signatories of each armistice j orchid, agreement should be called upon to] "This year, as in previous years, enter into direct negotiations with a view to replacement of the armistice agreements by final peace settlements. Asks For Peace Call Mr, Eban told the Council that lie it would be wrong to promise that a call for peace by the Security Council would immediately improve the situation, the absence oi .uch a call would assuredly have the gravest repercussions." This, he said, would indicate that the Council no longer wished to see the main purposes of the armistice agreements, "namely, an urgent transition to permanent peace settlements." fulfilled. "There are but twu alternatives." the Israeli reprt entatives said, "the present siege and tension or a negotiated pt MM settlement. Can the Security Council be neutral or impartial between these two concepts?" Mr. Eban charged that the tensitr.s on Israel's frontier were due i"**" Lists Board Appointees Home Show Will Have Array Of Local Products The new Temple, a functional, shell-shaped structure designed by Percival Goodman, will occupy 25,000 square feet on Chase Avenue and the waterway. Completely anconditioned, the main sanctuary will contain 790 seats, with a movable wall so that the over size lounge area of 300 seats can be incorporated. On the west end of the lounge will be another movable wall so that the auditorium area can be incorporated to make at total of 1,800 seats. The present building will be used entirely as a Religious School and community house after the new structure is erected, Ell explained. Other members of the Construction Committee, in addition to Silvers, are: Morris Alpert, Sidney D. Ansin, Joseph L. Arkin, Louis J. Krensky. Morry B. Morris, Ralph Spero and Samuel Stein. New appointees on the Miami Beach City Planning Board are Mrs. Frances Joseph and Gerald Schwartz, publicity agent. They succeed Dr. Leonard Finn and Jesse Weiss. Reappointed to the board are Louis Shafkin, Thomas Bowler, J. H. Gardner. Siegfried Geisman, Harry H. Cohen, Sol Goldstrom and Morris Gold. Also named last week bQthe City Council is Jules Gillettejjrho succeeds A. Ernest Woolfe on the Public Relations Advisory Commit Reappointed were C. W. Chase, lerr. Sfese and Jr., Joe Hart, Edward Heir. Bramson, Charles Goldberg Morty Gottlieb. Predict Record Dog Race Season Shattering all existing opening night records, the Biscayne Dog Track appears to be headed for the most successful season in its 27-year history. A crowd of 12.645 people wagered $289,221 for the night's program of ten races, topping last year's record by more than $3,000. As in the past, Biscayne will conduct a split meeting. The Kail session winds up January 5th, with the second half resuming on April 10th and continuing through June 2nd. More than 750 greyhounds were nominated to run at Biscayne this meeting by the 30 top ranking owners making up Biscayne's Kennel Roster which reads like the Who's Who in dog racing. With not all of the dogs schooled out, trials will be continued until all greyhounds have the required number of lines and have schooled to the satisfaction of Presiding Judge William Moore and Racing Secretary Leo Hartwell. These tests will be run Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights immediately before the regular racing program. A gruelling half-mile marathon contest is scheduled for. the 10th race each Saturday night. In this event, the dogs make two complete turns of the track, passing the judges' stand twice. This is one of the longest distances covered by racing greyhounds. Roth Relected President Of Fashion Mart Nat Roth, of Miami, has been reelected president of the Florida Fashion Mart. Other officers chosen were Oscar Hacker, Jacksonville, first vice president; Arthur Sharbel, Birmingham, Alabama, second vice president; Ralph Smith, Orlando, secretary; and Perry Radin, Miami Beach, treasurer. I I \ To Borrow S7r,.| tection to the consumer where the] word "kosher" alone is useij Neither of them can guarantejl kashruth where the -it>n "kosher*| and "non-kosher" is displayed. The Miami Beach Beth Jaotd Vaad Hakashruth therefore urietl that consumers look for the ajjl of endorsement of the Vaad cm the] premises before they purehusl kosher meats. This sign is eriJ dence of constant and adequate! supervision for kashruth. Oa|r] such poultry as bears the kosher I metal ring with the initials BJC | is endorsed by the Vaad. Whenever in doubt the consum-l er is urged to consult with tst] chairman or executive director I the Vaad Hakashruth." Nome For Children Makes Local Canvass Communal leaders associated with the Miami Beach Home and Training School for Jewish Children are now making a canvass of j $92,720,000 is the "basic, minimum the area to determine the number | SU m needed to carry out the barof mentally disturbed children e st essentials of the development Aronovitz Is Top Man In Primary Continued from Pag* 1 A 7,880; and B. E Hearn, Sr, 7.390.| According to observers here, ta outcome was apparent almost iron| the first tabulations. Aronovi early moved up to pass who had taken a slight lead it I start and retained his posiuea d\ top man until the official counting was completed at 8:15 J p.m. "I don't think it is important tj the destiny of any candidate that! he is elected," AronoviU said, afr ter it became apparent that tal high-man victory was assured "Ball it is extremely important to thel destiny of Miami that good. cwn-| petent men be elected." The three high men in nextTues-l day's runoff will be seated on the I city commission along with holdovers Mayor Chelsie J SenerenuJ and Commissioner H. Leslie C The first and second finishers the runoff will get four-year ter with the top man. by tradition. I coming Miami's mayor A two-ye term will go to the third place fa isher. whose parents may desire to enroll them in the new organization. A non-profit organization, the home will offer instructional facilities for mentally retarded and emotionally disturbed children in a full-day schedule augmented by living in quarters for those parents who desire that added service. Appointments may be made with Mrs. Ella Wallman. 1525 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beaoh, or at Room 442. 420 Lincoln Road. Officers include Alfred Lesser, 1st vice president and executive director; Max Paul, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Wallman. treasurer; Hyman Lake, legal advisor and secretary; Albert Stone, chairman of the Board of Directors; Jordan Davidson, co-chairman: and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual advisor. The home was recently chartered by Judge Marshall C. Wiseheart. It will meet at the Blackstone Hotel on Monday evening, November 23rd. program in Israel." The largest unit of expenditure in 1954, Radinsky said, is the agricultural development program which will cost $50,050,000, or "well over half the total budget." Handbook On Jewish Music Is Published NEW YORK — Publication of a 70-page handbook containing critical reviews of more than 175 recordings of secular and literurgical Jewish music was announced this week by the National Jewish Music Council sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board. Rabbi Emanuel Green, Council chairman, said that the handbook is intended as a guide for "the lover of Jewish music, its students and producers." It contains appraisals of recordings of music by Leonard Bernstein, Ernest Bloch, Darius Milhaud, Sergei Prokofiev and Maurice Ravel. Month Summary Show^ Arab Border Breeches Continued from P9 away the guards' weapons. An I rael patrol encountered armed M filtrators from Jordan who pen trated Israel in the neighbor! of Beit Govrin. November 7th—An Israel so" was kidnapped and killed hy bin tian soldiers. Another Israel sl dier was wounded but escaped. i I body of the Israel soldier return? by the Egyptians was ddl< bullets fired from one -meter 'wm \ and had cuts in the back and *• ach. The incident occurred an Israel three-man border v stopped to exchange cigarettes conversation with an BpS' trol. Suddenly a second grourKgyptian soldiers appeal* 0 opened fire. .... November h-Armed niu. tors crossed the Lebanon j and attacked the Israel sett J of Malkia with automatic ^ an attempt to penetrate i lage. One watchman was wu



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ty NOVEMBER 20. 1953 I AM. Leaders Leave For Washington Attend 40th Anniversary Celebration irge .1 Talianoff, member of hour on Monday, November 23rd from f to 8 p.m., it has been announced by Mitchell Wolfson, president of station WTVJ. Among the prominent national leaders planning to attend the 40th anniversary dinner in Washington, D. C, in addition to the President, will be Bernard Baruch, Henry Ford 2nd, Attorney General Herbert Brownell, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, Supreme Court Justices Tom Clark, William O. Douglas, Felix Frankfurter, Robert Jackson and Sherman Minton. The Anti-Dafamation League of B'nai B'rith was founded in 1913 by Sigmund Livingston, a young attorney from Bloomington, Illinois, who spent much of the latter years of his life in Hollywood, Florida. "Anti-Defamation League Na -I Commission; E. Albert Pal[membor of the Executive ComL District Grand Lodge No. I'oai B'rith; and Gilbert J. BalpioriHa ADL director, are in thington. D. C, this weekend atding the annual meetings of the H, National Commission being j at the Mayflower Hotel there. ommenmration of the 40th anLrsary of the Anti-Defamation ^, e of B'nai B'rith will highthe four-day meetings, combing on Friday, November f On Monday, November 23rd, [President Dwighl Eisenhower J dinner being tendered in hon\i the ADL by the National I of Governors of B'nai B'rith, fcour-long specially prepared hsion program will be telecast 111 four major television netks. rature of the telecast will be presentation to President ght D Kisenhower of the ADL's lul America's Democratic Leg|Award. The President will acI the award during the course : vTORrari). which will be deto the achievements in civil ties and civil rights in our idurine the past lerty far


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PAGE 10 A Mizraehi Plan* Member Drive; Lenders Xnmetl The Greater Miami Mizrachi Organization, reorganized at a special meeting last week at the David Whitman Hall, Miami Beach, appointed a temporary committee to plan an intensive program for the community under the sponsorship of the Mizrachi Organization of America. Selected as leaders were Emanuel Lackey, temporary chairman; Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, secretary; Sum Schachno, financial secretary; and Israel Diamond. William Mechlowitz. Hertz Weiss, Samuel Keinhardt. Abraham Selevan. Eli Gechnian and Nathan Ginsburg, committee members. On Saturday evening, the committee met at the Strath Haven Hotel and moved to launch a membership drive here. The drive will start with dedicating a special Saturday in Greater Miami during which all Orthodox Rabbis will preach on the role Mizrach Organization plays in Israel and in the world. The special Saturday has been tentatively selected as December the 5th. and in the evening the traditional Melavah Malka. celebrating the installation of the new slate of officers will take place in the Strath Haven Hotel. Nathan Ginshurg, owner-manager of the Strath Haven Hotel, will act as host for the evening. Lackey announced this week that on Tuesday evening. November 24th. at 8 p.m., a special meeting and final election of officers will take place in the Strath Haven. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer flank the educational director of Temple Beth Sholom. Sydney J. Greenberg, at the Oneg Shabbat given by the PTA on Friday evening, in honor of Mr. Greenberg on the occasion of his completion of 25 years of service to Jewish educaOta. Congratulatory messages were received from prominent figures in Jewish education, including Dr. Emanuel Gamoran, of the Commission on Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Dr. Abe Gannes, of the Philadelphia Council on Jewish Education; Dr. Leo L. Honor, of the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning; Dr. Mordecai Halevi, of the United Hebrew Schools and Yeshivos of Philadelphia; and Dr. Louis L. Kaplan, executive director of the Board of Jewish Education of Baltimore. West Miami Sets Chanukah Workshop Silverman Named Impress Catering Manager; ffovacs To Head Hotel Coffee Shop Gerald Kowal, vice president of the International Company, Inc., has announced the appointment of Irving J. Silverman as catering manager of the Empress Hotel. At the same time. Gary Kovacs was named manager of the Empress Coffee Shop. Silverman, for the past nine years catering manager of New York's Belmont Plaza Hotel, is known in restaurant circles as the •man who attended 5.000 weddings." His initial plans for the Empress include the introduction of a complete catering consulting Mn ice to accommodate the social functions of guests and conventions. Kovacs, an industrial engineer specializing in restaurant operation, comes to the Empress following two years as opener of Hutton's Ad Lib Restaurant in New York. Earlier. Kovacs opened the Saxony's Noshery, moving into the managerial assignments of the Marseilles Hotel and Wolfie's. all on Miami Beach. A Chanukah Workshop will be held at the West Miami Jewish Center during the week preceding Chanukah. On Monday, November 23rd. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will speak to parents of Hebrew and Sunday School students on the significance of Chanukah, with an explanation of the holiday's symbols and customs. Louis Sehwartzman. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will explain the significance of Chanukah by use of a film strip relating the American struggle for independence to the Maccabean struggle for religious freedom. O n Tuesday, November 24th, Murray Sparaga will conduct a session on home decorations. And on Wednesday, Mrs. Helen Semmelmacher will conduct a cookery class on Chanukah recipes. All sessions will commence at 7:30 p.m. V & & r 0* c* p vtf* Maule Employees At Annual Chicken Outing More than 4,000 employees of Maul Industries. Inc.. gathered at noon Sunday in Crandon Park and Virginia Beach for the building supply company's annual chicken barbecue outing. The day's program of fun, food and frolic included a driver's contest, sack race for children between the ages of eight and 12 years, introduction of Maule executives and the awarding of contest prizes and serving of barbecued chicken dinner. Preacher Rollo and his Dixieland Band furnished music for dancing. 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)AY, NOVEMBER 20, 1953 +Je*istnr>rkttari PAGE 11 A ount Sinai Hospital Quiet, On Guard Jewish FloridUn Feature rhe city still sleeps, and a sur„ n s i,.ps into a green uniform [Mount Sinai Hospital. His busisuil hangs in^i locker behind On chairs about sit other sur„ n also in green suits, waiting l„. called. Fatigue lies along r ir outstretched legs and in fingi hdliiiny one final cigarette. The jygcon goes to the scrub room, Liu>s his hands and forearms and Los rapidly into the operating k m On a table, beneath a giant [rabola of light, lies a woman ep. He is greeted by the atg surgeon, anesthetist monitors the gn's heart through a stethoipc. His hat and gloves ad justJ the surgeon reaches for a tray (instruments handed to him by scrub nurse. They have just ne from central supply and a orbed steam autoclave which Jrks around the clock, making \m sterile for operating room begins. An incision is made khtly below the navel and exiling longitudinally downward. %  p atient "s perineum, the region |uded in the outlet of the pelis exposed. An obstruction made her condition critical, obstruction is removed, the fineum sewed together in overling fashion so as to insure Mg -car tis-ue and the incision ked, Time for the operation is card <>f two hours. The surgeon Rres. Through the glass panel of Mher operating room, he sees of his colleagues bent over, skoil and hatted, working. \rn\ NO it goes, hour after hour, lilt Sinai Hospital is a large, nmmg city with but one excep. Cities sleep late at night and early in the dawn. Mount Sinever sleeps. It is on constant %  id. It is a depository, for the O's sick and hurt. It is the new for youth born, at any hour "... this humming metropolis never closes its doors and never sleeps ." Center is a surgeon performing an operation in one of Mount Sinai's operating rooms. At his side, stands a scrub nurse with instruments. Far right is the circulating nurse who brings equipment from store shelves and central supply. In the foreground sits an anesthetist monitoring the patient's blood pressure, pulse and heart beat. a service which often the commuShe is one of many such patients pJrtj. ,.fjye patients had entered Mount .Sinai during an eight-hour pfettod. Of that number, only one wfll be expected to part-pay for I a symbol of help fo^t^o^e^y, ,#fcj s diabetic (and that she is kpl 'Wfe services 'reifaercd him. Oh his fill its dinics._It js_a .school, lQ_aaj}£ar .at.'Mount Sinai oh %  record is written:' •Allow time fof prating on the principle that a pital's purpose is health rather illness. It is a center of rech into the yet dnknown hori; of medicine. (These are all the things that ke up Mount Sinai Hospital on kmi Beach. And there are many ft. Each year, thousands of perenter the hospital for help. ne stay for several days, weeks even months. Others appear for [patient examination on a perbasis. No one is turned away. wall papered private rooms t. the well-attended wards, the wicy quartan — these are the heart of Mount Sinai. The nanity that staffs ,ituV iHrtiluand virtually enlivens it is the r of its vitality and the ambii for its future*. Jt is a dedicated nanity. Only in a hospital can he so profoundly impressed | the essential frailty of the Bui when those who work hospital give to their labors pint of invincibility the impresof frailty disappears. That ["cation brings hope, allays fear Performs for the community nity accepts casually and fails to appreciate to the fullest extent. The hushed lighting Ifepfoupt Sinai's halls, nurses and*Orderlies hurrying silently to and fro, the unadorned workrooms on its lowest floors — these make up the heart of Mount Sinai. The determination to soothe pain and conquer illness lies in the hurry and the silence. A woman sits in an out-patient clinic. She reads a book with ease and assurance. Soon, her turn will come to be examined. attending Mount Sinai's dozen-odd clinics. When approached, ffclte looks up and smiles. She e says thit she is lorn monthly basis. "I pay $2.75," she says, "for each examination." This includes blood count, blood sugar, urinalysis and a host of other tests, as well as a general physical check up. Her examination is one of some 500 made in the hos pital's clinics each month. Perhaps the most heavily attended is. Tuesday's pre-natal clinic, where some 50 women are seen. "Where will I take my baby when it is born?" an expectant mother wonders. She frequents Mount Sinai's pre-natal clinic, but she will be on her own after delivery. Immunization, periodic examination and diet care are all beyond her means. This woman, and countless others, will now no longer have to worry. Mount Sinai opened its well-baby clinic for the first time on Wednesday She will continue as one of the hospital's part-pay or completely free patients. Why this concern -for medical care in the community, and who will foot the bill? Fees at the clinic are determined by professional social service workers, and a good part of the time there is no charge to the patient at all. Sometimes, the fee is token — fifty cents or a dollar or two dollars — and it is most often paid over a long period. The answer lies in the fact that the communal good is the hospital's prime consideration and that operating expenses must be thought about last. This principle prevails throughout Mount Sinai at large. Of 147 adult persons occupying beds in the hospital last week. 30 were service patients receiving medical care without charge. As of Thursday, November 12th, 2 l T !" 0n > babies, just tagged with identification bracelets, lie '^ir "cribs." Above, are premature infanta in incubators. 11 Sinai owned ita wvU-baby clinic far the first time fWiay. payment." Apart from the clinic, this means that roughly 25 percent of patients hospitalized at Mount Sinai receive free attention. Last year, 13 cardiac operations were performed there. Men and women, who could not move before, are now holding responsible positions of employment and enjoying excellent health as a result. Mount Sinai officials calculate that these operations cost approximately $2,500 each. Not one cent has been turned back to the hospital to cover this phenomenal expense. But its staff has tJB satisfaction of knowing that r *Cs performing an unparalleled sijvicc to the community. Thus, inj^nother wing of the hospital, sit student nurses Who attend its School of Practical Nursing. They have just come from their dormitories, freshened by sleep in their comfortable rooms. One group learns the mathematics used by physicians and pharmacists. Another pays strict attention to the formulation of the day-by-day requirements of a nurse. Still another works over beds with mannikins in them and cradles with doll infants. A fourth prepares specialized diets to be eaten by persons suffering from illnesses requiring individual food intake. These women are the nurses of tBmorrow, studying in the only school in the State of Florida that is an integral part of a hospital. Some day. they may be called upon to aid the hospital's 12 interns and 11 residents —graduate medical students going into higher training. Mount Sinai's residents work in in the fields of pathology, radiology, anesthesia, medicine, surgery and obstetrics and gynecology. "Here is a hospital with but a few short years of existence behind it and already recognized as a post graduate training and research center," one hospital executive proudly puts it. "We had to be good to get there so quickly." Far below, at the bottom of the building, are laboratories in serology, bacteriology, hematology, chemistry and histopathology. Where the tropical breezes of Biscayne Bay do'not enter, and where no sound of the scratching palm frond is heard, a lone sign of Miami Beach and the city is a coconut holding the door open to one of these laboratories. Here is the center of Mount Sinai's research and the battleground to uncover yet unknown medical secrets. Here functions the true principle of the hospital — the will td cope with health rather than with disease. This city, this humming metropolis never closes its doors and never sleeps. Receiving little applause from those it often helps, it goes its quiet way — studying, teaching, ministering to the sick and com ic books on youth. offering hope. That all needing attention are welcome is attested to by the fact that a bright ward maintains facilities for indigent Negro patients. This is if'Hemarkable advance in human relations taken by Greater Miami's Jewish community and Mount Sinai Hospital. Home Auxiliary Plans Member Party A life membership party and fashion show will be sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged on December 7th, it has been announced by Mrs. Sol Silverman, Auxiliary president. Named as co chairmen of the social event are Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Mrs. David Phillips. Mrs. Phillips is vice president and chairman of the Auxiliary's Ways and Means Committee. The fashion show will be supervised and directed by Ruth Mook and will feature fashions of today and tomorrow. Tentative plans call for a goal of 150 life members according to Mrs. Phillips. The Women's Auxiliary contributes each year towards maintenance of the Jewish Home for the Aged and also plays a major role in the Home's current building campaign t!SX? -. MATURE HOUSEKEEPER to live in. Cook and take care of two school-age children. Call on Sunday — 9-9080. 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PAGE 12 A +Jewistinor*0rr Conservative Synagogues Urged To Inspire Jews To Religious Activity An explicable and understand-1 ly rivalry with the views of other able body of rules for ethical liv-1 religious and secular bodies. When ing and spiritual conduct that will; the synagogue is so basic, as is be attractive to modern Jewry was the case tody in American Jewish life, we in effect proclaim that we not a religious comRabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader, officiated. urged Sunday by Maxwell Abbell, Of Chicago, president of the United Jews are Synagogue of America, at the openmunity." ing session of the organizations, -r 0 attract youth. Abbell declarconvention held in the Miami %  pd. the synagogues must be a Beach Jewish Center. More than house of study as well as of prayer. 500 leaders of Conservative JudaHe added that it is heartening to ism from all parts of the country him to see many new congregaparticipating in the gathering. tions being formed largely of Abbell pointed out that in this; young people, respect little has been done and much must be done to avoid losing many people from the Jewish religious tradition and heritage. 'Every Jew." he said, "should associate himself with a synagogue, and its teachings should be an act ing influence in the lives of men and women who furnish Jewish communal leadership. "The synagogue should bring re ligious Jewish traditional ideals into fruitful operation on the American scene." Abbell continued. "Problems which we share with our non-Jewish neighbors should be studied by synagogue grmpa and their conclusions put on the free market of ideas in friendDov Chapter Has Party Rose Pertes. president of Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women, announces that the group will hold a luncheon and card party on Monday. November 23rd. 12:30 p.m.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sobel, 1478 SW 2nd Street. Proceeds are for the Children's Village in Camp Ranana. Israel. Addie Candy Finn Formed Ben Diamond, formerly of Andre. Inc.. has purchased the retail division of the Andre Company. Miami Beach, and will operate as sole owner with a change in firm name to Addie Candies it was announced this week. Hebrew School Sisterhood Schedules Membership Tea Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold its annual membership tea in the j social hall of the synagogue on Tuesday, November 24th, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Simon April is in charge of the program which will be highlighted by a musical skit. Participating are the Mesdames Philip Bendel. Michael Fiedler, Herbert Hutner. Berele Kelemer, David Meltzer. Max Newberger, Robert Schweitzer, Jack Stone and William Weintraub.. Mrs. Irvin Sirkin and Sam Herman are in charge of refreshments. FRIDAY. NOVEMB ER 20 19 I Sholem Lodge Sche^, j Dinner Meeting Monde. Sholem Looge. B'nai Brith wL hold a dinner meeting on SLZ1 November 23rd. 6 p.£* !" d $ riety Club, Security Building u ami. it has been announced bv i ward Roth, Lodge president The meeting will be dedicated I the 40th anniversary oi the An Defamation League of B'nai B't and will feature the telecast oft, ADL 40th anniversary program I ing shown over Station WTVJ: 7 to 8 p.m., that night. Reservations to attend the ner may be made by conta Roth or Edward S. Klein, financial secretary. Kabbi Abrakmm Cossef Rabbi Cassel Resumes Late Friday forum Series Kneseth Israel Congn gatl >n will n HUM its evening forunu and service on Fridaj evening, November 20th. ;it 8:15 p.m Rabbi Abraham M piritual leader of the congregation. DM made preparations for a series of lectures in the field of religion and mental health. 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Hialeah Center To Burn Mortgage On Sunday Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Community Center will hold a mortgage burning on Sunday eve ning. November 22nd. at 8 p.m. Honored will be Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David' Synagogue, will be principal speaker. Rabbi Harry Ettinger will officiate. HIGHEST QUALITY Certified Concrete Building and Column Blocks • Central and TransitMixed Concrete • Concrete Aggregates • Concrete Joists • Dox System for Floors and Roofs • Precast Channel Slabs • large Precast Woll Panels • '"ement • Concrete Brick and Stepping Stones • Reinforcing Steel • Lumber • Millwork • Plastering Materials • Builders' Supplies AN our concrete and concrete products ore tested constantly by the foHowing independent testing laboratories: H.C. Nutting Co., Utttburgh letting Laboratory end Wingerter laboratories. Inc. 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JmwiislbJHliOipidliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1953 SEC. B purvey Reveals Reformed 1 Jewish Attitudes on Ritual ST. LOUIS (JTA—The 15th bienLjal convention of the National federation of Temple BrotherkoouS last week heard a report on The a'titude of Reform Jews in this lountry toward intermarriage, Jewish education, religious ceremonies Ind .-wiagogue observances. The [epoii. based on a survey conducted by the National Federation imor..: members of Reform connegations; established the follow| ICtS! 1 Virtually all of America's Rel<,rm lews want religious education or their children. The survey reseated that 66 percent want one Hay a week; 22 percent, two days; tight percent, three days, and four fcercent. four days. 2. Almost 75 percent want their Children to be taught Hebrew; 51 ercent want one day of Hebrew Education a week; 34 percent, two Pays: and 15 percent want more. Dnly one out of U American Reform Jews believes in Jewish parochial or day schools. 3. Bar Mitzvah. the traditional hte of inducting a boy of 13 into the congregation, is practiced in varying degrees in 92 percent of Ihe Reform temples, and 77 per pent of the laymen answering the poll endorse this practice. The recently instituted rite of Bas Mitzvah for girls has spread to the exlent that it is now observed in 35 percent of Reform congregations, land 41 percent of the Reform Bewi answering the poll endorse %  this practice. More than 60 percent |oi the Reform temples confirm (their children at the age o* 15 or older. 4. Eighty four percent of the Dngregationa light candles at" Frill] evening sen-ices, and an even greater percentage of the laymen, percent, want this practice. Eighty nine percent of the Rabbis Report that the Kiddush is sung in Jheir temples, and 88 percent of the laymen like this practice. 5 A Friday night Torah service, lii non traditional practice, is conducted by 58 percent of the RibIbis reporting, but 77 percent of the Hymen reporting approve' this |practice. 6. Another non-traditional practice, having women assist in the %  religious service, is observed by 182 percent of the Rabbis, and 72 Ipercent of the laymen approve. [However, in only 21 percent of the [congregations are women called up [to share in the reading of the IJorah. and only 37 percent of the Maynx-n approve this. A large majority believes that men should assist in the Torah service. Views On Marriage With regard to marriage cereI monies, the survey showed that 56 Percent of American Reform Jews Prefer that marriages be held in the temple, as against 29 percent in 'he home and 15 percent in public Places. Eighty-four percent would P-anction a marriage of a Jew with a former Christian who has converted to Judaism. However, 53 Percent are opposed to marriages between Jews and unconverted I "-hristians. Only 24 percent Would insist |^Po^ the use of a chuppah for a [Delegates To Be Honored Mrs Anna Sorin Bild and Mrs. *era Zeltzer will be honored at a meeting of the Pioner Women, Gol< Myerson Club, on Tuesday even '^. November 24th, 8:15 p.m., in I ,n e c ongregation Beth El auditorium. Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president, [


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PAGE 2 B Je*is§i ncrkMan !" WNOVEMBER Helen Schneider Is Southeastern ZOA Director The Zionist Organization of Am ,TW this-JJpcck tnno^ced £*iat Helen Huth Schneider will Uftime 'he post of executive director of 'he Southeastern Zionist Region. She .succeeds Irving Abramowtiz. who has been in the post for the paist two year~. Born in Chicago. Miss Schneider I Dropsie College PhD I Candidates In Israel PHILADELPHIA—This year, for the first time, candidates for the PhD degree in the Institute for Isr '"''•flint. 1 Mi MlP East "' ""' Dropsie^nillege here are conducting field investigationin Israel in preparation for their Doctoral thc-i Sylvia Pulls and Ida S. Cohen are. spending the year in 1-rjel. after which they will return to | the College to submit their theses. Other PhD candidates are planning to go to Israel next year, while additional candidates are prepar ine their PhD theses in this coun try The 1953 1954 academic year of the Institute for Israel and the Middle East opened in October with impudent additional offerings in thajcurnculum The program now aJKercil by the Institute comprises courses in the History' of the Middle East, the Anthropology of the Area. Sociology. Political Science. Languages and Literature. These courses constitute what is probably the most complete and well-rounded interdisciplinary area study of the Middle East conducted in the United States Mils Helen SckntHtr received her education in local schools there an'l ii i graduate oi College of Jewish studies and the American Conservator) ol Mu• ic. Hi r intensive experience in the movement includeher asin with the Zionist Organizeol Aroerii... Jewish National ind, the Chicago offices ol th-' -iilaliol Israel and the Stati "t Israel Bonds, she also served as DC of the directors of activities for the Conservative Synagogue 1th Movement in Chicago. Ju-t previous to her taking the post th the Southeastern Region. llaM %  sehneidcr was director of the New York State Region of ZOA. Mr. Abramowitz has been transfered to Syracuse. New York, where he will take up the post of director of the New York State Region. iignnne NOW Toa Can Drink All The Iced Tea You Want WITHOl'T Gaining A SlnrU Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Pur* • Harmlru Economical Guaranteed Non-Fattening CM It on the table— aie It far cooking *-Oz. Size Bottle..Only 75c AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE Carmen Jones At Dade Auditorium Carmen Jones staking-to the road in its second" concert tour Muriel Rahn. star of the Broadway production, will be featured in this streamlined version of the Billy Rose Oscar Hammerstein success. Prominent in the cast will be Kelsey Pharr, Jr., native Miamian and a graduate o| Northwestern University. He is also a former member of the Delta Rhythm Boys Quartette. Another prominent cast member Will be Avon Long who is best known for his inimitable characterization of Sporting Life in I'orgy And Bess. Others in the cast include Lawrence Watson. William Dillard. Coletta Warren. Audrey Vanerpool. Jay F. Riley and Lucia Hawkins. The production was adapted and staged by Dick Campbell who will act as tour manager. Nat Debin produced and Muriel Rahn supervised the costumes. Miss Rahn will appear at Dade County Auditorium on November 24th, 8 p.m.. under the auspices of Douglas Elementary School Parent-Teacher Association in the title role of Carmen Jones just as she did for 134 performances on Broadway. Tickets are on sale at Mary Elizabeth Hotel. Lord Calvert Hotel, Downtown Barber Shop. Town and Country Grill, Miami Beach Radio Company, Cordelia s Book and Card Shop and Amidon's Music Company in Coral Gables. Goodwill Group To Meet Next regular meeting of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will be held on Tuesday, November 24th. 1 p.m., in the Trail Lodge Pythian Hall, 2629 SW 8th Street. The agenda, as announced by Miriam R. Fields, president, will include floor nominations and the election of a new social secretary and one new Board member. \ PURE E 'sVassf ^wSwftt -—M A IBBSSM jS Ms! 3"^i T THE IAK I OF P^ $ A Fine, Medium, Broad ft Tempting... wholesome... ft delicious... real home-made pfft flavor 1 EconomicalII OVEN CUSP(IISnlTIl) MATZOM: Monument To Pioneer Miamian, Mrs. Badanes, Dedicated Sunday The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jennie Badanes. lormerly of 126 SW Oth H tOio passed awjy N'nM'n ber 3. 1952. will take place on Sunday November 22nd. 3 p.m., at the Woodlawn Cemetery with Rab bi Max Shapiro officiating. In 1906. she married Morris Bad.mas in Key West. Florida, and subsequently came to Miami in 1914. where she resided ever since. Mrs Badanes was a charter mem ber of the Beth David Synagogue and a member of the Chesed Shel Emess Sisterhood. She was also active in the formation of the Jewish Home for the Aged here. Mr. Badanes is survived by her husband. Morris; three daughters. Miss Florence. Mrs. Edna Atkins and Mrs. Bernice Phillips: and one son. Samuel, all of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends ajid relatives are asked to attend. Miami B'nai B'rith Women Meet B'nai B'rith Women of Miami I completion of H, i met on Wednesday at the Kepubli h -,;„„ .. rl > calendar I can Club. 1947 West Flagier Streeti 8 ,ht tnp 20 Women Z\ Feature* ^tA^MH^t^^thnu-, w


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PAGE4B TmAlf. NOVEMitro ^ Rabbi Rackovsky Is Hart h 0 "* Rbbi Boris R*ov 5 b The Youth Club of the Coagregab^tei? .T^J",?^4 Uon of Montieello Perk will hold the seeond and fourth uS"* its November 25th meeting at the | of each month. wtaesdiyi Planning for the ZOA dinner which will honor Alex Van Stratten are sealed Geft to right) Louis Pokress. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Leo Robutson, chairman. Sam Prosterman and Harry Platoff. Second row (seated left to right) are S. E. Schwarti and Joseph Pardo. Standing (third row, left to right) are Nathaniel Klein and Jack Popick. Rear are Robert Strauss. Philip Salmon, S. A. Goodman and Gil Rappaport. Rabbi Miller, Mortimer May Laud Van Straaten Zionist Dinner Here Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America, and Mortimer May. honorary' president of the Southeast Zionist Region, this week cited Alex Van ^traaten in a joint statement of acj claim for the "ardent and deterj mined fashion in which Mr Van) Straaten pursued the goals of Jew1 isfa service throughout his life." Van Straaten s 70th birthday will be celebrated Sunday. December 13th. with a testimonial dinner at the new Sterling Hotel, sponsored by the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District Leo Robinson is the dinner chairman Rabbi Miller and May addressed the "elder statesman of Jewish communal affairs" in Miami Beach in a message which declared that Alex Van Straaten has earned the gratitude of us all. prodding us to action by his example of tireless j effort. He has inspired and led the local Zionist District to the position it enjoys today as an especial•aunch and devoted group within the framework of Zionist action U. heartily commend the Zii District leaders for the choice New Choral Group Mi-Ruth Brotman. popular local soprano of 1502 Jefferson Avenue, will organize a choral group for the Labor Zionist and Pioneer Women's clubs in Greater Miami Some 25 persons have thus far been chosen to sing with the newgroup, according to Miss Brotman of Mr. Van Straaten as honored Euest at the December 13th dinner. He deserves more than any dinner in his honor can bestow, but in making that dinner a resounding success we will provide a token expression of our deepest thanks for the ardent and determined fashion in which Mr. Van Straaten pursued the goals of Jewish service. On the occasion of his 70th birthday, we join you all in extending heartiest good wishes, which the dinner in his honor will, in a measure, demA swift series of meetings local Zionist leaders, under the direction of Leo Robinson, paced the advance work for the Van Straaten function to obtain a packed dining hall and early reservations. Robinson. HIHD IAISINC CHAIKMH I An Exciting Opportunity! TO RAISE MONEY BUILD THE TREASURY of your ORGANIZATION • YOUTH GROUP • SISTERHOOD Cmll Milton Baltmm it THI JEWISH FtORIDIAN Thick... Rich... Satisfying and so deliriously smooth! Alto try Manitchewitz Kasha Soup, Manitchewitz Chicken Soups ifll ^BIIIC MANISCHEVYITZ STBJCTISI KAMttUTH MMIST QUAIITYI Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program fry Sunday, WMBM, 12 to 1 p.m. This p'oqram it tht first e4 has tfc largest listening ovdienc* Features Hi* Jewish Philosopher NORMAN R. LYONS. News SHOSHANA SPICTOt at a meeting in his home Monday evening, noted that the seating capacity of the Sterling Hotel's dining hall was 500. "which is not too much for a Zionist dinner honoring one of its most beloved leaders on the occasion of his 70th birthday." Co-chairmen of the dinner celebration are Fred Jonas. Seymour B. Liebman and the Honorable Harold Shapiro. itf"2' fjUNEj ft) AIRY HEALTH ^"^^ "EGGS BEST BUTTER -^ BRASLAWSKY STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 847 Washington Avenue Between 8th and 9th St. Under Supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff WATCH THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Roast Beef 69c lb. Tender Rib St eak 75c lb. Corned Beef 69c lb. Pickled Tongue BREAST OF SPRING Lamb MILK FED Veal Chops 65c lb. MILK FED Breast of Veal 35c lb. LEAN TENDER Flanken 19clb. Telephone 5-0805 Free Delivery



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BfflA Y, NOVEMBER 20. 1953 Dances Revived At GMJCC Affair *^ •••#•#) w%t\0*m'w9^*^ PAGE 5B s blouses, beaded and it j C tandbags, a weekend at a known hotel, and nylon sweat* are just a few of the many rizes^hich will be awarded at u (jfeater Miafni Jewish Conv „iry Center/Town Branch, at annual Thanksgiving dance on Ldnesday, November 25th. Twenty years of service to the community will be celebrated at this time with many of the "old timers" taking part in games, skits and dancing contests. .Among the dances to be featured anil ayferfe made will be the shag, Charleston, black bottom and big apple. Mardi Gras At Beach Chapter Party "Come to the Mardi Gras" is the message being sent by the Miami Beach Chapter of BJnai B'rith for a party to be held fettle home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Balkin, 611 86th Street, odfe£gluxdqy cvanin^ 9 p.m. The spirit of the carnival will prevail with the naming of a Mardi Gras queen the Balkins said. Carnival materials sent directly from the French Quarter at New Orleans, will be part of the decorations. The affair is being sponsored by the M^rni Beach QtfPfcML^f B'ns B'ritrPco-cTilrrffieril^lR Mesdames Harry Weitzman, Gershon Miller, Harry Decky and Kate Rubin. Committee members include the Mesdames Ida Optner, David Brown, Lillian Korson, Harry Brown, Gus Solomon, David Alper, Jack Silverman, Sophie Sumoff, James Bade r.Mi chael Sossin, Sol Istrom. William Kinder. Kale Meidenberg, Helen Sanders Nan Bernstein and Abe Aronovitz. CANTORS CHOOSE AMAZING NEW COFFEE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of real coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous MAXWELL HOUSE FLAVOR! Utterly unlikeold-style"instant*".... just as quick but tastes .o different! In the famous Maxwell House kitchens this superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. At the exact moment of fresh-brewed perfection, the water is removed by a special Maxwell House processleaving the millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! 100% pure coffee ... no fillers added I You just add hot water ... and the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted. One sip and you'll never eo back to old ways! Saves you money, too! When you use the large economy-size jar of InstanfMaxwell House, you save,up to 75?—compared to three pounds of old-fashioned ground coffee! Pure coffee enjoyment on the Sabbath—and evary day! Next Sabbath and every Sabbath—today and every day—enjoy ail the wealth of deliciousness, all the deep, rich flavor of this wonderful new Instant Maxwell House Coffee. Your family ahd friends will love it, because Instant Maxwell House is the overwhelming iavorite in Jewish homes! fA 100% pure coffee...the only instant coffee with that CQOP-TO-TH E-I.AST-PROP flavor! A Producl of



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PAGE SB "PET, "ova— Myers To Head Miami Deteaotioa At CJFWF Assembly hi Cleveland StanJej C Myers, and a fanner uu lieint Council of Jewish F< Welfare Fnads. win head a delegauiaa af hfcaau Ira am to the Council's 22nd General Assembly I pianninx aa* ahieh opens Friday in CTeieUnd. f•atam. Mesaber agencies of the at the Statler Hotel Council annually raise more than As chairman of the National Fi to percent of all central hands assar.ce Committee. Myers u sched-1 ed for Jewish welfare purposes or: to address several iiaim of' erseas and at home the three-dav General Assembly at Speakers at the Assembly will, whscb more than 730 Jewish cominclude Julian riumaa, of indsaa-, nmaity leaders from every part of. apolis. CJFWF president: Rabbi j led States and Canada are Abba Hillel Silver. Cleveland spsreipeeted to be present ; jtwal leader Judge Suaoa E. SobOtber official delegates desJtnat-; eioff. Chief Judge of the Maryland attend the weekend conferCourt of Appeals: Pro f e s sor Card %  include Mrs Stanley C M> aer Pattersoa. director of the InterMai C. Gnunger. director of national Finance Sectioa of Pnacehjwt and C om m — tt y Plaaninx tea UaAeral}. Miss Dorothy C the Greater Miami Jewish Feder.-. Albert Comaaor. executive ctor of the Jewish Social Ser•araan Herbert Scber. member of Federation s Executive Coav le* Sidney Lefcourt. sice presi( Federation: Dr Benjamin B Rosenberg Federation exeeudireetor: Mrs Carl Weiakle:, Mrs Sidnej Lefcourt Dr Rosen ben participated as a consultant on the subject of comresponsibility and planntwx Jewish education at a meeting scheduled for Thursday during :h were considered the extent Kahc chief wf the Social Semee Section of the l*aiata Nation'. Mrs. • Zena Hanaaa. a a v inar on Social Af fairs to the Israel delegation at the \ ed Nathans: Mebbi Norman • Saht af New York, president of the Synagoaae Council of Amer-i ica: Governor Frank J Lausehe. of Ohio: and Senator Thomas A. Burke. also of Obso. IN THE MAIL be held oa Sunday her 2*th at 5 30 p m Mrs. Joseph L. Shawmot. vice pitiamat of Sisterhood and over-all chairman of the fu nct io n to be held in the Temple's Banquet HalL has ann ou nc ed as follows: Mrs. Charles Silvers; Gift Shop. Mrs. Leon J EU; Hand Made Gifts. Mrs. Louis J. Krensky and Mrs Camille Baum. Dinner. Mrs. Joseph L. Ark in and Mrs Wolfie Cohen Dinner Tickets. Mrs. L A Durbtn and Mrs Irs mx Blasberx The fair and dinner are open to the pabtac. aad proceeds will go towardthe miiatwaanci of Beth Shown s EeMgious School Mrs. Silvers, auction chairman, said that "we ha%e collected very exciting and beautiful and useful merchandise which will be the answer lo an> one's gift p robl ems aad oar dinner is being prepared by Sisterhood cooks. Our Gift Boutique will feature handmade gift items War Veterans Slate* •F ahtrry T of Detroit. of the JWV Connects of the organisation s N Executive Comaattee Cohen, who owns the Hotel New Yorker, u an AEF veteran of World War L in which he enlisted at the age of r Loar Tea, %  at Era** Znekeraaaa taw the addataaa to their *. ard Ehneh Lnthnc. IS and a half, after and Ehrich ha*< ^wr convincing recruiting officials be i m r W^FTa^Su^^ LENOX MAHOt ROOMS WtTM --; MEALS INDIVIDUAL ATTCMTIOM GIVEN TO THOM ON SVECI*I .W. 027 LENOX AVM, MIAMI BEACH pnomii aUri routine of dwMes daring the past' week, met verna l persons on the Beach ai:...awft! tit our Syna-. BaawM Taa Jewish r.ondian Before I dec i ded to write this I irgaaha*fcwha7" ~ Tn^ — %  ,he WTrttT m ^ d Ujr .determining amounts tvaca of financial support and oegree of communal resnonsiS^.^if^^L, for developing standards in bwrt *%*"* ^ >md GnM %  Jewish education Miami C ^ Ta **"** %  The Council of Jewish FederaSeveral years ago. the writer Uons aad Welfare Funds is the nah d S 1 1 conversation with Mr tsunal Maonatwn serving almost' Etseaberg of Riverside regardiag mfj Jewish communities in the this same matter No doubt all your readers will agree that persons who Sam Hirsch To Present Version Of Players' Gigi 1 tbe very sacred duties of a Chevra Kadisha nostbe unusual:ous and devout Jews Accord.ngly the officers too should be known as such in our community Mr* Geltner is known to me for her work with the Mizrachi Worn%  ea'i Organization but regret that who scored sueonly one or two of the gentlemen's cesses w.th the Casablanca Players names are familiar, and besides -easoa m such productioni as none are from the Beach I T^e Thousand Days and It seems to me before such an •;-• Wife, has beer, organization is formed, every Synasxened by producer Sam Hirsch for xogue. Center or Temple should be >eason at the Casablanca informed, and their respective eiders as well as prominent devout appear here in the Orthodox persons male as well as faction of Gigj on Fn female, should be affiliated with November 20th. at the tueh a holy and privileged duty. The play based on j ^ iu(rfeB l0 ^ua^ed Anita Loos adaptation o! Colette s | ^^ my fa|h „ pertormed these novel, will run through November functKmv ard my mMhf r wheB 5he z n was ab> did so With all due reawataafl left the Players late spect to this newly formed group !w summer to appear in a producit is m> opinion that the commuP a yff} MENDELSOHNS WJ% RESTAURANT X, CATERERS 41s* St. Royal Pafcw SS-774 A U Carte Tr • Beach Air Canatiwil Owisai ROSEDALE C4t4M\ KOSHER STYLE COOKING • AIR CONDITIONED • PRIVATE DINING I • FREE PARKING i atvring for all mise Purtie* 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET PHONE! SUXHUQG4€ Good Food 1225 vVashwtf Miami Beaer> Cimtitttlr kk C~diti—*d Featured in the Hirsch prod will be Yvonne Clifford Erie Apph whiU. .Scarr.p;. Jabwa Julia r^an Barbara SV>hmer> and ry Loeb -••. I raajeJi vaiuMiaa era flaihlj n gained ,r. this risque aaay with the Gallic touch The pla> portraj the training af a "coquette." the reformation of a roue aad founding of three I -A pleasure-ft hould br made clear however. producer director Hirsch. that good taste is never violated and that morality emerges tnum phant PTA of the North Dade Jewish Center met Wednesday evening Rabbi Henry Okolica was guest -peaker North Dodo Monte Carlo Niqht Sisterhood of the North Dade Jewish Center opened its rummage thrift sale Wednesday at 12428 West Dixie Highway Also scheduled is a fund card party at the Center on Sunday. November 22nd. 8pm Hostesses will be the Mesdames W Boros. J Blu->tein. M. Greenberg. J. Klein and J Masarek Wellisch MoveOffice Kurt Welhsch, attorney at law. this week announced the removal of his office to the Congress Build ing in Miami, su ite 1414-1417. TMI BXST IN I K0SNEI IISTAvRAMT A DfllCAT A w B Ja aj faaartaaai in H$mt§ pim.-TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS OelkatesMw t Take Naai* orposm crrt RAU V.I I p m Sa'^-'-a Vll { 1141 WASNM0T0N AVI. Open Oaiiy 1* a m to 9 <:MOW 0MI CHAN'S RESTAURANT 2147 S.W. 8th STREET AUif Paavfar C*in Amtritmm t*ttmrmmt • Chice Savory Fosds • ttfintd Ataaaspbtrt • Caortaeas Service • Pgaah jf frkes Orders r T* Hmt Oar SptMty TeL 2-9805 TROCADERO KOSHER RESTAI RE-OPENING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20th at 5 p.sn. 23rd STREET — 1 BLOCK FROM THE RONFY PLA** THE VICTOR HOTEL 1144 Ocean Drive, Miami leech rt0*Mr AMWovnas IMI CAAMO OPfJNNG Of HOtll Aha MHIHG tOOAJ ON November 26th DINING tOOM OPfM TO TMI UUC STtKTlY K0SHM ffeservofies Mow AcceereeWor Tkonkigi^ Turkey Dinner Phoite 5-0041 Owaee a* Oaeratta a r leaapk Wa— • '"* cuw



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FRID AY, NOVEMBER 20. 1953 Jfel/JHfor**fr#7 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY FLAGLER • GRANADA Jewish Community Center will hold Friday evening sen-ices at 8:19 p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and ,iste-d by the Center Choir under the direction of Mildred Draizer. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Masters will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Subject of Rev. Heim's sermon is .scheduled as: Israel And Not Jacob. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when he will discuss the Weekly Portion and chant the liturgy. Rev. Heim wHl be assisted by students of the Center Hebrew School. Daily services are in the chapel at 7:30 a.m. • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are-et 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will officiate and discuss: The Saga Of The Pilgrim father. A class in Talmud is slated for 4'p.m., and will be conducted by the Rabbi. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. "Junior sen ices are at 10 a.m. in the Academy Hall. • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening cervices at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and preach on the topic: The ((instant Struggle For Supremacy. Kiddubh will follow. Mincha is at 5 p.m followed by Maariv. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m! • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold late services Friday evening at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Louis A. Cassel officiating and assisted by Cantor Albert Giants. Rabbi Cassel will discuss: The Fourth Freedom. An Oneg Shabbat tendered by the Sisterhood will follow. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m. • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 5 p.ht. Saturday morning senices are.at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses Meschelofi will officiate and discussAlone In The World. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will follow under the sponsorship of the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Mary Alpern. Mrs. Abraham Bergman and Mrs. Aaron Weingarten acting as hostesses. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. A daily lecture series on Jewish laws and customs is given by the Rabbi at 5:15 p.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 5:15 p.m., with late services slated for 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and discuss: The Atom Bomb. Guest Cantor G. Zeichner will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat following will be prepared by Mr. and Mrs. George Graham. Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is. at 5 p-m., followed by Shalos Seudos. PAGE 71 ADOLPHE MENJOU tour Star ami Host in CHASE'S Favorite Story MONDAY EVENINGS AT 9:30 P.M. WTVJ Channel 4 Next week: "A WORK OF AfT" MIAMI HEMtW SCHOOL-AMD CONGREGATION will hold fYMay evening aervices at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Simon April will officiate and discuss: Can We Make Peace WHh Our Enemies. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., and will be followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold senices Friday at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Max M. Landman officiating, assisted by Cantor David Bagley and the mixed choir. The topic of the Rabbi's sermon will be: God Man World. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, in honor of the wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. William Locke and Mr. and Mrs. Cy Plasky. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, when the Rabbi's sermon will be on: The Life Of Jacob And His Son. Junior congregation will hold senices at 11 a.m., in the Maloff Room. Mincha is scheduled for 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. • • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will | hold Friday evening senices at 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate during Saturday morning senices at 8:30 a.m. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: Masked Religion. At 4 p.m., he will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha will be at 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Maariv is at 6 p.m. A class in Talmud will be conducted by Rabbi Rackovsky on Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. Classes in Jewish laws and customs are held on Sundays. Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. On Monday, at 5:30 p.m., the Rabbi will discuss Ein Yaakov. • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 5:30 p.m, conducted by Oscar Weinstein. Late senices are at 8:30 p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Jerome Taft. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: Will There Ever Be Friendship Be tween Eaau And Jacob. An Oneg Shabbat, presented by Mr. and. Mrs. Al Wcissman, will follow. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m. Junior senices will be at 11 a.m., conducted by studeats of the Hebrew School. Mincha is at 5:30 P-m., followed by Maariv. Daily senices are at 7 a.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: A Passage In The Night — A Novel By Sholem Asch. The Sisterhood will participate in the reading of the prayers. Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Boris Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: Divine Wrestler. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Dr. Albert %  RMnhm. of We SMMMast Florida State Tuberrtrtosis'Hospftal at Lantana, will discuss chest illnesses at that time. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m. • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday eenig senices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and discussing: The Sad Farewell of Sholem Asch. Libby Platt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Platt, 4519 SW 16th Street, will assist the Rabbi in honor of her Bas Mitzvah slated for the Saturday morning senice. Her parents will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. At the Saturday morning senice, Rabbi Skop will discuss: Thanksgiving and Spiritual Maturity. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy. O 9 M MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., following a Kabbalath Sabbath at 5 p.m. Guest preacher will be Rabbi Morris Adler, of Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Detroit, Michigan. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m., when Cantor Philip Brummer will chant the musical portions of the liturgy assisted by the Center Choir. Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvah of Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Adler, will take place during the senice. Daily senices are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 5 p.m. Late Friday ForSUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM Ma aor. cMV*LUciNa •ssTUilo'r'c'ioen MIAMI n.Oiin* %  ltd tana Morris CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS MIAMI BEACH MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machlei, Director 5505 R W. 3rd St Phono 87-8201 um and senice are at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Cassel will speak on: Synagogue—The Jewish Powerhouse. Cantor Abraham Seif will chant the liturgy Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 a.m. Adult Bible Class is at 4:15 p.m., conducted by Rabbi Cassel. Evening senices will be at 5 p.m., followed by a Sabbath social hour. Daily senices are at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold late Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating and assisted by the choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss: Communism And The Clergy. The Oneg Shabbat following will be prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bloom. Floral offerings will be made by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bernstein. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Student senices are slated for 10180 a.m. Daily services will be at 7:80 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. a HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS Jewish Community Center will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m., honoring Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan through whose efforts the Center will hold a mortgage burning on Sunday evening. Rabbi Harry Ettinger will officiate and discuss: And Thou Shalt Be Called Israel. Cantor Israel Kirshner will render the musical portions of the liturgy assisted by the Center Choir. The Oneg Shabbat following will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lyons. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing: Sholem Asch. The senice will be dedicated to Membership Sabbath. A dessert tea will precede the service in the Banquet Hall at 7 p.m. An Oneg Shabbat will follow in honor of 120 new family members. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of David Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Handelman, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • TEMPLE SINAI, of Hollywood, will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m< Members of the BnBi B*rith Youth Organization will participate. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and discuss: Role Of A Spiritual Leader In American Jewish Life. Cantor Joseph W. Malek and the Temple Choir will chant the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by the BBYO. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m., with Junior senices following at 10 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Rev. Mordechai Haalman will chant the musical portions of the liturgy. • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry Okoiica officiating and discussing: Jewish Customs And Rituals. The Children's Choir under the direction of Mrs. Lucille Moore will participate. An Oneg Shabbat will follow prepared by Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Pemsler. See or pt**i WU NAT CANS 3-4616 — 04881 LIFE INSURANCE NEED* Metropolitan LIT. ins Co. 007 Bivttyn* Mdg. It w. MUrffkr St. ipoivspn '•Sfc xyov IT* Rabbi JoaeDh E. Rackoraky •45 Michigan Arenuo Miami Baach Phona 5-3595 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the 11-13?^ O n!2XD Jewish Trade Look lor the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. 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IY. NOVEMME 20. 1953 PAGE 9B hams Addresses Nogogue Administrators boseph Abrahams, executive di•tor of the Miami Beach Jewish n ter, presided over the sesns of the National Association Synagogue A d m inistrators Ljch held its annual conven|n here in Miami Beach in conviction with the United Synague of America Convention this ek. rhc Convention dealt with tctical administrative phases in jiducting the affairs of synalues. These included, A Model nstitution For Your Synag U ,.. Leadership In Budget PlanA Pension Plan For Profeslal Synagogue Administrators other problems arising in the ent rapid growth of conservasynagogues. li AJC Has Two Parties Iianii Chapter of the American lish Congress held two fund king card parties on Wednesday. was at the home of Fred Klein, S\V 21st Street. Mrs. Russel iner, of 6460 SW 25th Street, hostess at her home for the er party. Chairman in charge reservation! was Mrs. Albert lid. ich Jaycees To Aid ihans, Underprivileged the Miami Beach Junior Chamof Commerce this week anpnced a program to aid orphans underprivileged children in community, larshall Wolper, chairman of Miami Beach Jaycees Shopping pr Committee, said his organizais one of many Junior Chamof Commerce which will spon|the Shopping Tour for orphans underprivileged children this |kolper said the public would be ed to donate small sums of (icy to provide a fund. Then, tly before the holidays, Beach bees will escort the children on hopping tour in groups of four live. Jolper, an insurance man with litable Life-Assurance Society, Johnny Spotts,* 6f FloriUr jrer and Light Company, are cofrmen of the Tour, while MelB Krumkes and Norman K. Sjvarz. both attorneys, are vice lrmen. Miami Window ELECTIONS HELD: Lenny Treis-i ter and Jecry Bain were named to I fill two vacancies of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce | Boardof Directors. New chairman Of the Public Relations Committee of the Dade County Tuberculosis Association is Walter E. Cook, J. N. Clemons. president, has announced. Serving with Cook will be Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Recently sworn in at their new ranks at the Miami Army Reserve School were Major Sanford Faunce, Major Newton S. Levinson, Major Meyer A. Baskin, Major Emanuel Levenson, Captain Max Raskin. Nominated from the Greater Miami area for directors at large of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce are G. T. Baker, National Air Lines president; McGregor Smith, Florida Power & Light Co. president; W. H. Walker, First Federal Savings & Loan Association president; Mitchell Wolfson, Wometco Theaters president; August Geiger, Miami Beach architect; and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Miami Beach industrialist. Sam. Coolik. Public Gas Company, of Miami, will serve for another year on the Liquefield Petroleum Gas Promotion Committee, it was announced here. CLINIC SET: Designed primarily for younger lawyers, the sec ond of a series of legal clinics, sponsored by the Dade County Bar Association, was held Monday evening in the south courtroom of the courthouse. Herbert U. Feibelman, chairman of the legal clinics committee, said Judges George E. Holt, W. F. Blanton, David J. Heffernan, Ray Pearson, Walter H. Beckham and Raymond Nathan appeared on a panel discussing jurisdictions and practices of Dade County Courts. BACK FROM FAR EAST: After three educational years in Singapore as manager for the American Express Company, Jerry Newmark was back in the Miami area Friday for a vacation before reassignment. He and Mrs. Newmark went to Singapore in 1950, after having been associated with, the German and Holland offices of. American Overseas Airlines. A native of Miami Beach, Newmark is a graduate of the University of Florida. Until the first of the year, the Newmarks will reside at 3771 Royal Palm Avenue. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Newmark, Miami Beach. NEW HOTEL MANAGER: Max Lechnick and Norman Steinberg, owners of the Atlantis Hotel which is undergoing modernization, have appointed Leo Ethier new manager of the Miami Beach hotel. Ethier. a native of Indianapolis, has been connected with top hotels both here and abroad. GREAT GUY: Sig Eiaenberg, head of the Miami's 29ers organization, won the Variety Club's Great Guy Of The Year award Sunday for his work on behalf of Variety Children's Hospital. The presentation was made between acts of the Carnival on Ice which closed with its fifth performance Sunday at the Coral Gables Coliseum. Ed Melniker made the award. THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM of "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various Features Produced and Directed ky umtm snout SOS S.W. 17th AM. MM* 12 5480 Wachtel Opens Drive In Liquor Industry For Denver Jewish Hospital NEW YORK —W. W. Wachtel, president of Calvert Distillers Corportion, has initiated a campaign in the liquor industry in support of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, the nation's pioneer, free non-sectarian tuberculosis center. Wachtel has been interested in the philanthropic work of this institution for many years. He is a director of the Brand Names Foundation, former chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Licensed Beverage Industries, Inc., and present chairman of its Speakers' Bureau. His participation in a wide number of communal and philanthropic activities included the national chairmanship of the Liquor and Wine Committee of the Memorial Cancer Center Fund. In his appeal of support for the 54-year-old pioneer TB center, Wachtel declared, "What appeals to me in particular is the splendid surgical care rendered by the National Jewish Hospital to poor boys and girls suffering from all forms of tuberculosis." A training center for tuberculosis control specialists from all parts of the world, the National Jewish Hospital has also provided more than 4,000,000 days of free net cr faith i.iri' to needy tuberculosis ^otients from 6,000 of the nation's communities since its opening In 1899. The Httapital's motto, is: "None May EnterWho Caafay None Can Pay Who Enter." IFYOUSUFFER n Jt I §J of HEADACHE fM / #W NEURALGIA 0*1 NEURITIS RELIEF with The way thousands o physicians and dentists recommend Hini'S WHY Anocin it like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anocin contains not just one but o combination ol medically proved active ingredients. No other product gives faster, longer-losting relief from pain of headache, neuritis, neuralgia than Anocin Tablets. Buy Anocin* todayl Dr. Routh Speaks A regular meeting of the Women's Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center was held on Thursday. 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PAGE MB GLOBAL SHORTS J*^^ At For T-wm* m Vis* Ortm, %*-* M mni i KU ."--.-* -,, • r- *.> ;T %  ei ttr t 1 | r v hoi hop — — to tnt --.: tan --.—em" &f he MtDetaeid Kerne* DvUes, |M KB* M C'~m Allied P-wers Asked Net To Lxtead Geeheocy To Nazis --a Bea • rf? and iB c w •vrter !**> % -< .s >nMMt braei .* project. A awry MI *-•.• by t*e Fr*rfl %•! !" Jew*** Cjumtrvm %  oeestuowed by the .......... -. i; %  erf Posaers as Cci e* 'hear ptaaa far • -;-.-•%  fc wee .mi here OBCMM Reelected President Of Mhrack. -^ OfM %  -. JewrsJt All Jewish "^ wiH bnm < avertings. Dr Clement Gerooemos. preuTroirsf erred president of the Hoiiyw 23 : P ~ -I render the m-ieal fan at then airports, a spofces*"* • P-W^ recefv mm, for Royal Dutch Airline, dut,DO *" 1 Wto *• J**y ek^ed b*re Or. -eek The *prAeCTe'w*? arranged b, Harry Ka^ man iaid the company t action was •*" *** AU p >* ter co-cnaarmen not doe to any dewre on the part < tb A rrangementi Committee 'if the Royal Datrh Airline* to b* a MnradH -tf^/rnore'l raaj pi fi*r f.an Lai ArcHbtsWf/t Slur 0> Jws h N— mi ly Growfs wen rosx *'• rp <•/ *4e by ?h* Arr-hb>>h//p of York in Load— thai the : %  r.*r; 4 p-t,r.';,."/', -: o> J-ii-. k >a4eri %  libel ame 'jnfar fire Arrx-ri'iri JewiUi m M it met in bfaaaai pary la raru! drtenmination bot / I iWfe Offers Grmons Intend To Deport Illegal Jewish Returnees Ml KU H 'J'fA. Tbl '.'.. %  dm Weekend Youth Program %  Janion Lodge, jurt north of Hoi lywood at 3905 Sterling Road, this • eek announced the addition to its facilities of weekend conclaves for j ;. oatt grf>ups here. Dr. M A. Marshall, director of the lodge, said ftmm M ,ntry coul'l p ,\ m thmonument v • %  tabl tit fv.mt '#( j f MAT! V;r*;i< .••!> Ar*in %  m i. I,azi ,CTMn % %  Action On Right To Employmtnt %  'lai*fi rai'l on 'inmain Ortli' fogue bare whiea bai b*M BERLIN 'JTA -No less than 8. M ^^. tv-J^ B. 1M M ... %  i r< 11 n :. Mar and took wi pra HMIer public offldali who riorin uaae nummage I • • '.7 refugees into ruatod) Dalles Implies He forced Israel To Halt Huleh Work WASHINGTON rjTAi Beam lary of Btala John Foster Dulles laid hi* presh conference this week that Israel's assurances that the work on thJordan River hydro i lit fr n project would be halted whil-ague 'of Nazi { ceeds will be used for the organizaVictims declared here at a special I lion's building program press conference These Nazi vie-1 — tims have a more difficult time of it than former Nazi civil servants who lost their jobs at the end of the war, he pointed out Some thousands are back in office. Court Acts To End Attacks On Leaders In Johannesburg JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — An agreement to withdraw defamatory allegations against a leading South African Jewish communal official and pay token damages and costs has marked the end of a court action in which Gus Saron, general secretary of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies, sued S. Datt, a Johannesburg businessman, for defamation arising from the publication by Mr. Datt of a sheet termed The Jewish Newsletter. IZZV 1 SAM TINOtKM iavfta yen • as* Miomii Offast Aetharliad HUDSON SALES /ATM] SERVICE On the Trail 1305 *•*• ••" **• Qtmtim* MaeiM forts Factory Trul—4 Mate—lit Ml SOrVKI All MAKES Of CAM it* Mr. 9111*1 Service Mge. Hudson Trail Motors, lac. Phone 2-26*7 Pick Up A Delivery Service fikuftAA, FOfW r ^ s £00BT a FliDAY, NOV. 2fl Wlwl AMtTA LCC: THE FtBtCH ACCENT ONSQ1 LA-G-I3 WITH YVONNE CLIFFORD & KARL REDCOFF t> ,1 ni sjgg tf i. Ll i. h, W— :, imm Hfasch AJ Briann atteas at tsMes. SXM aai OM m Ofean. Si JS an : 2 en em tea n AJE. T t arn i.-; pt.. e-ssi DINHEF THEATKE SPECIAL s 5.95 5 l —fUU CBUtSC Btoaa (Tear Chatc* at Met.) 2—tBCKTAI. J— TBttTW KUtm* SOT i IfTEB SMBW m neamuiBt L&..C Hotei — 4345 COLLINS AVf. a Hl ** of the Hebrew Academy: Rabbi Alfrad Wrrmaa. of West Miami Jew | uh Center. Ret A D Hermann. — for th* sake of utility Jews Mark Nazi Pogrom Of 1938 In Germany BsBBJJI J7A-Jews in Ger many h-r^ marked the 15th anni \-rmry
n and teen age groups, thousands of Jewi i. ^ushMaaaa and Now in its second session. Junhom<- were wrecked by Nazi gangs iors Lodge is a reMdent. all yearand thouvandx of Jews were ar-. round •hotel" for children of all r< •"! following the a* -aswnation ages and maintains facilities for inn.it, police AUplanning 'o exp-l 0 f a Sazi diplomat in Haru by a' door and outdoor activities, includ%  el h rt I .:•' lad UMf fi.mJewish student In Berlin thJewi n g sports, dancing, music and cul'•'' [dadMatad %  muniment to the vietural program^ fgally and timi of thNgofa on a site near Dr. Marshall said that the lodge '' "•' %  • Ifca BMtad raamasnlTWM S>na n situated in a rustic atmosphere eowld preaumaU} be lorsad gogM Stones from the temple de „f old fashioned ranch and farm %  cro the Irontief or stroyad r 0 thNazi gang* were j environment and that the new weekend conclave program will ofI fer sleeping accommodations in < BS dormatones and served meals prepared under ka-hruth dietary' laws if desired mmM .* : — : —' **r* **"* %  ~*~ ~" i — 0 0 G !U II f 10 HI 0* TO."; SUT0M1TIC TO'SLISatORS T ( %  < • MQTUEl W10^ FIRST RACE III P.M. II RACES RITELT QUINIELAS EVERY RA0E DAILY DOUBLE 1st A lei Daily Double Windows Close 2 Minutes Before Tost Time of 1st Race No Minn Adaolteet T. Or Oa rhe fre-.ee. SetYesr Fer Direct Bes^ TeTkeTrtt* BISCAYNE %  & ONI Rl'



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.:." *> %  alDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 195^ +Jm>isti nnrtritor) LEGAL HOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B uOTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ricE is HEREBY GIVEN thai [. i .sU,'U''J. ilcaiiing to engage m ,1,1 III'llctltioux Inline of I,lit MISS OF MlA.Ml, .ii ::L'1II I|I Wenue, Miami, Kin Ida, nibT to uglater iald name with I'li-rk f ihe Circuit Court of Dad< Florida. ,, WTIME OF MlA.Ml. Inc. a Florida Corporation V \|;lS. MANDLER m v for eerporatlon 12 1-11 NOTICE UNDErl FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ViTl'K IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint iiluli isiim. d..dcsirlng to engage In ne-under the fletltlnuH name of ,'. ,,,1: INN. al IzM s \v. xth | Miami, intends to register Kaid ,.. .. with tin' Clerk of the Circuit %  ..mi nl Diirtc County, Florida. I.II.I.IA.V KELLEV Sole Owner kMfEL RAND Hoi i. i fur owner ,,; olwnpln Kldg. v i.;.J" -7 12 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iNOTICPj IS HEREBY GIVEN that mutci signed, desiriiut to engage In lis in-.-under the fictitious name of IClUtlCANB PRINTING COMPANY S : „| rporaied). in HI S.W lxth vcium. Miami, Intends to register i i i ii with the Clerk of the Olrni Com i nf Hade County, Florida. ARTHUR J. STERN Sule Owner \Hi:i. RAND i fur Owner IHjmpla Hid*. %  Ii I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, aeslrlng in ena business under the fictitious name ol BRA! TV N <, „, | 1M1 N w 7l| AM Miami, inl.-iiili.. i, nisi. i Ham,, with id. clerk ,,r id,cin nil > uui i of i lade taunt). F ; in HI 111 H.OLDEN I" :m II l-U-M IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29626-B RE: ESTATE OF PHILIP BCHMERTZLER, I In -I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given thai I davo filed mi final report ami petition for Final Dlschargo as Administrati Ix nf the ealale nf PHILIP BcHMBRTZLER ed: and idat on the Ird day or December, INS, l will apply to the Honorable FRANK B. HOWLING, County Judge "f l'aile County, Florida, for npiii'ov.il of .said final report and for final die-harm .1 Administratrix of the Estate of PHILIP SCHMBRTZLBR, deceased. This 3rd dav of November 1962 LILLIAN BCHMERTZLER, Administratrix TI'RK & NEWMAN bj SULLY I. VaKMAVi of Counsel Attorney for Administratrix 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iCHTICE IS IIICUEIIY GIVEN that ill i signed, desiring to engage In IIHIIT the flctltloua name i,f K XX WAY KOSHER MEAT MARl-KNNWAf GROCERY AND UI!Y PENNWAY FRUIT AND i:TAI!l.K MARKET, PENNWAY L,k !RV, nt IH7 rennej h ania Ave., ii lu.i. Ii. intend to register Bald *.th the clerk of the Circuit I' nil: County, Florida. r.KWD.VIAN an.l GOTTE8MAN HI| KKSMITH \i.;.li. auta I. ru-pjll Road YiM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K.ii'HT, ts IIEREHY GIVEN that L i %  ;. fleshing to engage In indet rtie flctltloua name of l'l\ AMERICAN SIloE STORE, is N Mjaim Ave., Miami. Intend .mil name with the Clerk Circuit < '""i t of l 'ad,Ceuntj I Ida, MORRIS RIMLAND ANNA RIMLAND tit MAN 1. BRETON Itorney for AppUeunts 12 Sevbold Bldg. — Il/al.i-i'ii THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN HD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIN CHANCaY.-. tip 184065 MI KHO B8JJ AIC"* >MH>i *I>. AHtXir, Defendant." NOTICE BY PUBLICATION JAMES O. Alii Ml. 139 Richards Street, N.W. Atlanta. Georgia "L. JAMES I). ARIA1L. are hereifled that a Hill of Complaint Invoice has' been filed against p. ..ml >ou,*re hereby required to rve a copy of your anawer or plead. In said BUI of Complaint on the miuiffs attorney, ROBERT L. .'•".MI'.ERO. of 7411 Seybold BulldMlaml .12, FVirida, and file the Sinai answer or pleading in the of the Clerk of the Circuit urt in and for Hade County. Florn or. before, the lath day of her. lir,:i. if you fall to do ao. IlKineut. by default will he taken IIIIIM jnu forthe relief demanded I n nf Complaint. ' nertnera I" 10 It 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS J NAME LAW p-'/NCB IS.-HJBREHY GIVEN that iiml. i sinned, dealrlng to engage in iiii" under the fl, litloua name of PVMI ISEACH FOREIGN CAR M-L.V at IS W. Hat St., Miami ['"'". 'mends to register anld name |th th.Clerfc of the Circuit Court of Vic County, Florida. CORONBT MOTORS. Inc., MHOrwiji R^ElJoT' !" 00 NOTICB UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'II, K |s IIEREHY GIVEN that underalgned. dealrlng to engage In ..'*" under the fletltioiia name of 1141 -LAM. OF MI\MI at 1"' Street, Miami, Intend to aid name with the clerk ol i Court of Dade county. > %  .i LLti KEINHARD SEVMOIIt KKlNIIAItll H Ml" l|.I i I! El Nil ARD I1KNKY IIKUMHA \l RERK or Partm-r: n it mid V.' I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 163861 GORDON KOItEKV'tUAFAY, Plaintiff vs. HELEN ACNES LA FAY. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mrs. Oordrin ftrihert laiFay 711 East 12th Street New York. New York • You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint fur Divorce haa been fHc.d ngaln.'d you, and you are required to serve a cony of your Answer or I'd ailing to the Mill of Complaint mi the. plaintiff's Attorneys, KESSLEI! fc GARS. IDS W. I 'lagler Street, Miami. Florffnrl and file the original Anawer or Pleading-, mi, CLAIRM DAN'ilO. are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnat you. ..ml you are required to serve a copy of your Anawer or rieading to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, S23 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 7th day of December. 19o3. If you fall to do so. judgment bv default will be taken agalnat you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of November, A.D. 1933. K. B. I.BATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. Bv W.M W. STOCKING (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 11/6-13-2H-27 N ,. THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE i.J„ H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND r2AN?A D o E l C0UNTY FLORIDA. IN > Vv N r,? R V '.. No 16 37-50 FANNIB MAI. cm ins, Plaintiff va, WILSON COOKS. Defendant .,. N ,?, TICE Bv PUBLICATION I'n: W ll.Sii.N COOKS, Residence unknown. YOU are her bj n .iiru-d that n inn '.',. *0 ">l'lamt for Divorce i,., s been Hied against you. and you anre. tinned to serve a copy of vour Anawer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. BEN ESSEN, V'.'l Seybold Cuildlng, Miami. Horiila. aiul file tile original Answer or Pleaillng In the offl< f the Clerk for Applii .mis M 6-11-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the underalgmed, desiring to enga a under the flctltloua name ol ROSS GARDEN APT8 at 183 North Shore Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reglater .sad nam,itd the I'l.-ik ,.r the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, CHICAGO API'S.. INC. (Seal) LARRY B. ROSS, President JACK Ross. Secretary 8TANLEY JOEL LEVIN E, i-:sj. Attorney tor Applicants 11 i',-i:i-2-27 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tdat I lie undersigned, desiring to engage in bualneaa under the rictitioua name nf THE UOIRMET lilli.n, al PentCobba Building. ::. r ,;, Lincoln Road, Mi.inn Beach, Florida. Intend to reglater aald name wrth the rierk of the circuit Coin t of Dade County. Florida, HENRY iiiiir.s JAMES II. COBBS BRWIN C. KARDEN BROAD ,v CA88EL A ttorneya for The Gourmet Guild I I 30 — 11/6-12-211 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, desiring to engage In" business under the fictitious name of DEPENDABLE T-V AND RADIO SERVICE, at 2H92 \V. Flaglcr Street, Miami. Intends to register said name with the cierk of th.. circuit Court of D.ule County. Florida. HOWARD FOHT, Sole Owner MONROE DIXON Attorney for ownor 'ii olympln Bldg. in |0 — II /f,-l:i-;'u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEREHY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nam, of IA.M MAR, at SJ7 to'.W. xth St.. Miami, intends to register said name with the ci.rk of tinCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN C. HOWE KES8LER & GARS Attoi neya for Applicant 1782 W. I-lagler St. 10/30 — 11/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the flctltloua name of A A: A DISCOUNT AGENCY, at :',7 NE First Avenue, Miami. Ha., intend in reglater aald name with the clerk ol tin circuit Court of Hade County, 11m ida. D .! APTE R W. APTE LEO ACKERMAN MYERS, lllllMAN .v KAPLAN Attorneys fur Applicanta 650 Seybold Bldg., .Miami, Fla. II 6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NJITICE nikKRKKY GIVEN that Uie'VFnn'Bi"*rKned. deal*in* to 'engage In biu)hic**imi, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys. MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN. K.-.n Seybold Kiiililing. Miami, Florida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of November. 19.">3. If you fail to do ao, Judgment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Kill nf Complaint. This notice shall be published mice each week for foui consecutive weeka In Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. lio.NE \Nli ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this Mih day of October, A.D. IMS, E. K. LEATHEKMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. B] WM. W STOCKING, (Circuit Court Se.,u Deputi Clerk MYERS. HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 6.70 Sevbold Building, Miami. Florida 10/30 — 11 •-1J-2H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 163719 THERBEA LII'ol.I, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM RL'POLI, I'elcndant. ORDER OF fUBLICATION I'o WILLIAM lit'POL* ; Auburn state Fflaon Auburn. N, W York vnr IRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that-a Kill of Complaint for Divorce ,,.,. he, ii filed against ) nu and you are hereby l eaj ul red l I copy of vour Answi to the Bin "i Com,.ii Plaintiff* nid to tile the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of tb Circuit Ooui't. on or .Ixifoie Hiu.JuUi d.i\ .1 -NU I9S3; otherwise, the .i 11. nations i Kill of Complaint Will be taken ,i, i; •. s-, ,i agalnat l ou. DATED Ihla 2$th day of October, 1951. a P. I.EATHi:ltMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court Bj It II RICE, JR. v (Seal> Deputy clerk tSeal) GEORGE J. TAL1ANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Flalntlff NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16409ID FRANCES HINTZE, Plaintiff MIl.ToN A HINTZE, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Milton A. H In tie 1st Air Force Reserve I'nll Miteh.il Pleld, I.I NY. You, Milton A. rllntze, ar.hereby notified that a Bill "i Complaint f"i Divorce haa been filed against you. and you are required to serve B COD) of vour Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. KOV.NER MANNHEIMER, M0 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, o7^dml%TOftWne*WS of the Circuit Court on nrJarU'i'e the 21st day of December. lsMr 1 If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeka In THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED it Miami. Florida, this 12th day of November, A.D. 1951 E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By R. H. RICE, JR.. iCircuit Court Ceal) Deputy Clerk KOVNEU MANNHEIMER AMorneys for Plaintiff 130 Lincoln Road. Miami Ibach, Fla. 11,20-27 — 12/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164116 RAYMOND WRIGHT, Plaintiff \ s. WILLIS M QI'IN'N. deceased. ET AL. Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To \n the loirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, or creditors or othet persons ,1.1'inlng by. through or under WILLIS M. Ql'INN, de, eaaed, ail of whom are not known to i" dead or alive: and any and all other persons having or claiming any right, title, or Interest In and to the lands des. Ibed aa; l...ts 11 ami 11. of Block 1, TAM1AMI TRAIL PARK, aecording to the Plat thereof, i ibil in Plat Knok IS, Page 73, of the Public Recnrda of Dade County, Florida: the residence of all said persona being unknown. You, ami each of you, are hereby notified that a bill to nuiet title has been filed against y.,11 .mil v i squired to %  nny "f i % %  Wer or plea,ling I" M. S MARL1.N, MI Sevbold Bulldlne;, Miami. Florida, and fibthe original answer or pleadln in the office of the Clerk of the above courl on or before the n ,,f I i, I. or default will be .ni, r< I .r-ainst you. i,,,..i ihli vi'i dav nf November, \ D 1953, it Miami. Florida. K, B LE \ r 111 :i: M W. Clerk "i the circuit Coui i i S.al I By M '' Creep. ItJ Clerk :'7 12/4-11 NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE? bus4iLDNE I I.EVINP VICTOR AI tornei 346 Beyl II 10-21 for Applicanta old Kldg. 12 l-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I • the undersigned, desiring to engagi business under Ihe fictitious nann si'NHitiMATS. at 47 w. Flagler Miami. Intend to register aid I with the cierk of the Circuit CO of Dade County, Florida. RAY BERRIN WALTER KAYE 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164237 ANNETTE P.LAI'. Plaintiff, vs. ARMIN HI.AI". Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To ARMIN PLAI' co First Hungarian Literary Society Baal 79th Street New Yoi k, New York. Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a BUI of Complaint for Dlvorca haa i" ,ii filed against you "n 11 • ii.to .. niii led i %  'use and you hereby required to serve .1 cdps oui Answer to the Bill of Compl 1 1 on the plaintiff* aii'" ni -. and 1 .thi 01 glnal In tinoffl I the I Ol III. 1 I %  1 I "'lit On "I b, fore 1 ;M-I of December, A !>. 1953, oUtfe wise .1 Decree Pro Confeaso will be entered agalnsl you, Tins notice shall be published 0 each week for four 1 inseeutlve wi in THE JEWISH I LORIDIAN. Dated, November I", 1933 r 1: LEATHERMAN. B W.M W. ST< "KIN': Clerk of the Cl • nil I Deput; Jerome G. Greene i"iBOTTS .v GREENE Attorney* fo Plaintiff 241 Sho..land Blda Miami 32, Flo I la 11 20-27 — 12 l-ll NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA., IN PROBATE. No. 31366-A In Id ESTATE OF SADIE SCHLCSSI.ER. Decease*! To All Creditors and All PersonII Ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said Estate You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claiins and demands which you, or either nf you, may have against the estate of SADIE scHl.CSSLER. deceased 'ate of Dade County, Florida. to the Hon. \V. K KLANToN, CountyJudge of Hade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse In DadCounty, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication In • of said claims or demands to cot tain the legal address of the claimant and '" be sworn to and presented .aforesaid, or same will be barred. Data November I7th. A D. IJ58. JOSEPHINE 8CHLU88LER, As Administratrix of the Estate nf SADIE sciii.rssi.ER. Deceasi KOVNER \MANNHEIMER Mioinevs for Administratrix II L'ii-27 — 12 4-11 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA RE; ESTATE OF kLBERT I. K VHN, D ased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herebs given thai 1 navi Hied our final report and P ,„,„ for Final D icharge J co-e* I,,,. .1 the estate "f ALBERT 1. K \HN. deceased; and that on if December, 1953, we IDA L. KAIIN ARTHl'R M K MI.N MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorney! foi Co-exe< utora II 20-27 1'-'I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN • il,,. undersigned, desiring to ena bus.in-s under the fictitious name TROPIC Pb'HI ICATIONS, al I 4:4:1. Miami Beach II, iV. < ,,, reglatei 1 ild th th. Ci,',u„ Court of lode Co I |I,,M A vil • S QOLDF1NE II 20-27 — 12 l-ll ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tlw Iwtak Floridlan %  Hclbj JCKB lgal noMcm. We ecpprwcla!* yonf polrou aq and cuarasv CM accuTot* rTlo at Weal rat**. Phoa* 2-1141



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 20, 1953

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

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Began in 1927?
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
hLUME 27Number 47
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Dr. Malik Not Interested In Talking:
1 I
(
Israel Bids Jordan to Direct
Discussion trt United Nations
:hmann, who served as special envoy on World Refu-
te Problems under former President Harry S. Truman, recent-
returned from Israel where he conducted an investigation
new industrial and agricultural developments, many of
Jiich are being supported by the proceeds from the State of
/ael Eond Issue. Mr. Hirschmann (above, center) is shown
6th two workmen of the Yuval Gad Factory, near Midgal
scalon. He will be principal speaker at the Israel Bond Big
jree Dinner in the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday evening. (For
3iy, see Page 2 A)
ilA Votes to Borrow 75
Million for Meeting Loans
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Is-
rael this week called upon the
United Nations Security Council to
press for a peace settlement in
Palestine and officially proposed
an immediate meeting of Israel and
Jordan political and military au-
thorities at UN headquarters here
to iron out armistice enforcement
problems, particularly prevention
of border incidents and mainte-
nance of border security.
The Israeli proposals came as
Abba Eban head of the Israel dele-
gation, addressed the Security
Council when it resumed consider-
ation of the Palestine security situ-
ation. In a major statement of pol-
icy, the Israeli spokesman warned
that "if this Council wants secur-
ity, it must enunciate the need for
peace."
He announced that he had been
empoweied by the Israel Govern-
ment, "with the assistance of sen-
ior political and military advisors,
"to represent Israel in direct talks
with Jordan representatives at the
UN headquarters here.
"The presence of Jordan repre-
sentatives at UN headquarters, as
well as the presence of the Chief
of Staff of the UN truce supervi-
IHICAGO (JTA)Responding to
pka (or urgent aid to meet Is-
. rippling short-term indebt-
." the United Israel Appeal,
its national convention here
Bday, adopted a resolution
raging itself to carry out a pro-
am of increased fundraising, as
a- of borrowing a minimum
[ ST5.ooo.000 for a period of five
ar-. in order to refund Israel's
on term obligations.
IT he resolution also urged Amer-
Yi Jews in 1954 to provide a
Jnimum of $125,000,000 through
I'nited Jewish Appeal and the
rael Bond issue. The more than
delegates from all parts of
If l nited States called upon
esident Eisenhower "to use his
bod offices and the great prestige
M influence of the US to bring
out in the very near future a
(inference of Arab governments
that there were 128 cases of sa-
botage or mining; 886 clashes with
armed marauders in Israel terri-
tory, 122 armed robberies and 3,-
263 thefts and burglaries. He point-
edly noted that Britain, which is
bound by a military alliance with
Jordan, could have been "a very
active factor in preventing the
original invasion of Israel in 1948."
Offers Program
Mr. Eban presented a six-point
program for dealing with the com-
plaint now before the Councili
1. The tension should be diag-
nosed as a threat to security aris-
ing from the absence of peaceful
relations between Israel and the
Arab States. To this primary cause
the Security Council should ascribe
the whole sequence of violence
which has come to its notice, and
it should remind the parties of
their duty, under the charter, to
hharmonize their efforts for the es-
tablishment of peace.
2. Attention should be drawn to
the fact that the main objective of
the armistice agreements, the tran-
sition to permanent peace, has not
been complied with and that the
fulfillment of this armistice provi-
sion has a clear priority and
sion organization would suggest the urgency over all subsidiary provi-
UN headquarters an appropriate'. sions.
Avenue for these talks." Ambassa- 3 Atlcn(ion sh0uld be drawn to
dor Eban declared. "It may be that (ne fac( ,llaI ,,u. St,curitv Council's
we could bring agreed conclusions own pas( rcsiuljons on peace and
to the Security Council for pre- securit% especially its resolution
Senator CfHttft
charges power oelitici
Stnotor Wiley
. crib for Arob eoe
and Israel aimed at achieving a
state of peace in the Middle East."
On a resolution on cash, the con-
ference took note of the fact that
some 200,000 immigrants were still
living on "the fringe of Israel's
economy." It called on the Jewish
community of America "to do
everything possible to provide the
maximum amount of cash through
the collection of pledges, bank bor-
rowings or advanced payments on
the 1954 campaign in order to alle-
viate the urgent pressure for the
remainder of 1953."
Senators Differ
Two US Senators, the Republican
chairman of the Foreign Relations
Committee and a ranking Demo-
cratic member of that committee,
clashed sharply here in their views
on American policy n the Middle
East, particularly with regard to
Continued on Pe A
venting violent incidents at the
border."
Kibya Deplored
Referring to the Kibya incident,
Eban said that "the mood and the
background" of the Kibya incident
can only be understood in the light
of the atmosphere in which Israel's
"hard struggle for security and
peace" is conducted. The Israel
Government, he said, "regards the
loss of innocent life at Kibya with
profound and unreserved regret."
This, he said, "was a most un-
fortunate explosion of pent up
feeling and tragic breakdown of
restraint after the provocation of
brutal attacks such as the cold-
blooded murder of a mother and
her children in their sleep." He de-
clared the circumstances of the in-
dent were precisely as outlined in
Premier David Ben-Gurion's state-
ment of October 19th. He pledged
"the cooperation of my govern-
ment ... for any purposeful at-
tempt to eliminate the conditions
in which bloodshed can occur and
to put the whole sorry sequence of
violence behind us."
Mr. Eban recounted that be-
tween May, 1950, and August, 1953.
421 Israelis had been killed and
wounded on the Jordan frontier,
against blockade and belligerency
adopted September 1. 1951. have
not been implemented. The Council
should also refer to the absence of
any effort to implement Article
Eight of the Israel Jordan armistice
agreements, notwithstanding the
text of that agreement itself, and
Continued on Pago 8 A
Abe Aronovitz
. top rr.
Aronovitz is Top
Man in Primary
Polling 14.662 votes, attorney
Abe Aronovitz Tuesday led a fil d
Of 21 candidates to come out top
man in the Miami city commission
primary election.
In an extremely light turnout,
which brought only 41.016 qua -
fied voters to the polls. Arono'
led the number two finisher Ran-
dall N. Christmas, by some 7C1
tallies. Christmas received IZS I
ballots. The four other candid;, g
who will run with Aronovitz and
Christmas for the three city ct -
mission vacancies next week are
Arthur C. Person, 11.007: Jack
Horsley. 9.560: John Red Lake.
Continued on Page 8 A
ebuke Demanded for Kibya
l NITED NATIONS (JTA)Jor-
dan's representative before the
-nited Nations Security Council
demanded Tuesday the branding of
(Israel as an aggressor for the Kibya
jaid. limitation of immigration to
Israel and control of Israeli arma-
pents.
He further told the Council it
Meemed that "if the Israeli Gov-
ernment has some proposal to sub-
Imit to the Jordan Government, the
'roper channel would be through
the Chief of Staff of the United
Nations truce supervision organiz-
ation.
"If there is agreement," he
added, "the most suitable place for
such discussions would likely be
Jerusalem because of the proxi-
mity and facility of communica-
tions with the two governments."
The Jordan statement to the Se
curity Cpuncil was made by Dr.
Yusuf Haikal. Jordan Minister to
Washington. He warned the Coun-
cil that "either the aggressor will
be sternly condemned and practi-
cal guarantees will be recommend-
ed to prevent any recurrence of
such breaks of the armistice agree-
ment," he said, "or the condemna-
tion will be in such vague and gen-
eral terms that it will leave no
choice for countries that are vic-
tims of aggression but to rely on
their own power to repel the ag-
gressor."
Month Summary Shows
Arab Border Infractions
JERUSALEM (ISI) While the Security Council of the United
Nations is discussing the tensions on the Israel-Arab borders. Ar
infiltration and violence continue unabated. Following is a day-by-day
outline of Arab border violations since the Kibya incident which
brought Big Three repudiation of Israel last week. The Israel dele-
tion has had little success in bringing these border infractions to the
attention of the UN Security Council:
October 19thInfiltrators attempted to penetrate the village rf
Ramat Hakovesh. The attack was foiled. One infiltrator was kilte
when a hand grenade exploded m his pocket. (This immediately pre-
ceded the Kibya raid: Ed.)
October 20thRegular Jordan troops of the Arab Legion fired at
a train near Beit Safafa south of Jerusalem.
October 21stArmed Jordanians trespassed on Israel ternt -
and opened fire on an Israel patrol near Bir Karshieh.
October 22ndJordan saboteurs derailed a locomotive and thirtee i
cars of the Haifa Tel Aviv train near Ayal. The mining was intende,.
to explode a fuel train which ordinarily passes at that hour.
October 24thAn Israel police post in the Kakun area was fir.
upon from across the Jordan border. The same day Arab Legion -
diers threatened to open fire on an Israel commander walking n<
the Armistice lines in the Ayal area where the train had been deraile.:
October 29thAn Israel officer on his way to an Israel-Jordan
commanders' meeting near Kfar Budrus was fired upon by Arab Les-
ion soldiers from across the border.
October 30thArmed Jordanians penetrated Neve Ilan. a village
in the Jerusalem Corridor. They opened fire on the watchmen and
stole worktools and other items from the villagers.
November 4thJordanian National Guardsmen crossed the An
tice lines into Israel near Atyr in the northern Negev. The Jordanian.
seized three Israel bedouins and their flock of more than 350 ne.a
November 5thArmed Jordanians attacked the railway stal
guard north of Hedera. They killed the railway signalman and toot
Continued on Page 8 A
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PAGE 2 A
+Jei*tncr*Mor
Roth Will Chair Big Three Bond Dinner
At Algiers Hotel On November 24th
Miam^^teach Councilman Bur- Included in the 4wn^c^M^ra
ett P#fll be chairman of the will he an outline'nfa^^R^n au
each Councilman Bur
nett-ftlUWrlll he chairman of the
Israel Bond Organizations Big
* Three Dinner to be held in the A!
per- Hotel on Tut- : \ vem-
*a$er 24th. 6 30 p m
Included in the
will be an outlineTrf a ll'lllrll "au-
tenty meal. a< >erved in Israel, and
compared with the dinner served
in the A!s:er- The difference be-
tween tht-v, two meals is the bond
At a ip* breakfast nieeting -.declared
held in the SbeJbortM !:
week. Roth ursced the committee
in charge to exert even effort in
nakine the event "The m -- -
desperate!) required by the cur-
rent situation in lrae! "
The Dinner Committee is com-
nd 01 \!r- Nathan Bookspan.
Lew E Braverman. Mrs. Manuel
Burstein. Lewis Escott. Ezra Fein-
cold. Voe Femgold. Ben Ciller.
Henry Hohau \lexander Kosan. Sam Lachman.
i*car Lelchuk. Sam Levy Mr-
Louis Makovsky. Mrs Anna Bren
ner Meyers
Mr- Lena MinUes. Jack Murav
chick. Mrs Harry Platoff. Hn
Minam Press. Dr Harold Rand.
Matilda H Ratner. Dr Mur-
ray M Reckson. Sam Schechter
Henry Seitlin. Louis Shafkin Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff. Fred Somerstein.
Harry J Sonz and Alex Van Straa
ten.
Guest of honor and principal
-peaker at the dinner will be Ira
-chmar.r.. b'j;nes>man. author
pkMnl and patron of the arts
itiiacd plans for the dinner
Roth noted that "considerable
impetus'" had been given the bund
drive with announcement of a $10.-
000 Ssaa Beckman.
of Ttio West 50th Street. Miami
Beach
I -incerely hope that as many '
Mumians as possible will attend:
the dinner Tuesday in the Algicr-
Hotel." Roth declared "Ira Hirsch-
mann is a tremendous *peser. and
the opportunity of hearing him
should not be missed."
Sam Beckerman (second from right), of 765 West 50th Street.
Miami Beach, purchases SI0.000 in State of Israel Bonds from
Burnett Roth, chairman of the Israel Bond Organization's Big
Three dinner to be held in the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday. No-
vember 24th- Mrs. Louis Glasser. Greater Miami chairman, is
at left. Colonel lack Arvey, of Chicago, looks on.
Beth Jacob Stud**
To Observe ChanuU.
week report,,, thaT^T
he Be,h jol, J*
akssiand ^dav~L
Wed in the preparS^]
tiveChanukah pr,ra'nI
Sr^TC S5l
oer 6th. Th. progra-, %-,
in three d
The program ,- under "
ti^ rtlJar"r K-*4
Harry Deckv. \i ., LoJZjT;'
"KfMUsRer.ahMescfcSf1
Mount Sinai To
Mark Anniversary
The fourth anniversary' of Mount
Sinai Hospital will be celebrated
at a dinner dance on Wednesday-
evening. November 25th. in the Pa-
goda Room of the Saxony Hotel.
According to Dr Jack J. Falk.
chairman, and Dr. Maurice J.
co-chairman of the event, the
commemoration ot the anniversary'
has been etahlihe6! as an annual
tribute to Mount Sinai by the medi
the breakfa- \ pointing cal 5,aH *.,h* hospital
it :&at Israel's Big Three need*
re dedication and
C object;

Hebrew School
Names Committees
Mian ~.hool anc
-regation this ."mmit
fear, ac-
ement by H
h presi :
Named are I ->er. Fred-
al and Sam Winn.
-nn. BsK Mn Sis m April, pro."
-*i. Ben Sokoioff budget: Sam
man. member-hip. Abe Kaplan,
tiildmg. M::ton Werner, parua
~<-ntanan. Mr- R..ben Sehweitrer.
hospital -
Ben Sokoloff. house: Mrs Dave
tieber. registrar. Mrs Ben Soko-
ff. refreshments Dave Kleber
tacattft and religion: Samuel
linn, special fund raiding. Her-
nan Needelman. sergeant at-arrr-.-
Siroon April, sick Mrs Robert
"chwerrrer. circulation: H M
-:ca. cemetery. Mr* Sam Her
man. telephone Mrs Joseph Sch
madron, publicity I Goldman.
Laehen Aneym. and a It >:ah!.
;-nior congregation
Sen ing wiOt Drv Falk and Ro*e
in planning the celebration are
^nford Levin*. Sol Sal
Bid Levin and Murray M
Reck-
Sapero Again Named
Synagogue President
Julius Sapero has been reelect
ed president of the Downtown Sy n-
for the third consecutive
term, according to an announce-
ment here.
Other officers include M Bar
ritz. 1st vice president: Adolph
Friedman, secretary: B Pearl,
treasurer, and Benjamin Agranow.
recording secretary
Rabbi Anyah Becker is spiritual
leader of the congergalion
Aronovitz Says He
Is Grateful;' Urges
Support Tuesday
"I am very grateful to everyone
who voted for me." Those were
the fir>t words of Abe Aronovitz
when informed he was the top man
in Tuesday's primary.
"But I hope and pray that all
my friends will stay with me
through the runoff next Tuesdav
| And I wish to ask all those who!
I didn't vote for me to consider my
record and then see if it la in their
heart! to cat their vote for me."'
Ar novitz fetid also that while
he had kept frfs promise to spend '
no more tharf'one thousand dollar-
in the first primary, condition-
have now changed and it will be I
necessary to spend a bit more.
" But I -till will not allow any of
By friend- or volunteer workers
to clutter up autos and trees and
signboards with my name "
The top man said he attributed
hu successful primary campaign to
the fact that so many of his old '
friends and so many new ones vot-
ed for him on his record.
"I feel that Ay experience over
the last thirty 'years of service to
the people of, Miami qualifies me
for the post of Miami city commis-
sioner ."
He pointed to his record in the
slum clearance situation, in saving
the city and the taxpayers a quar-
ter of a million dollars a year in
S. J.
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Rabbi Skop To Talk
Rabbi Morris Skop. of the Coral
Gables Jew,sh Center, will speak ] m"Uoa aoI1f" *" m
at Tuesdav s 1 nm m-.,J Zt.t ,he bus controversy, his seven year
sSriai 'st.sfxSiS !;vh!ef'rnd f,ourMm,,i,on *5 u,,i
to the Jewuh Home for the Aged ..f'TV0 M,'fm,ans- hls *ork
i. the Algier- Hotel 7n ZnZrol ZS^S^TL "em0rMl "^""l
>k Month. Rabb, Skop T?? iJl! ^"^nded
. v transfer to the county so the hos-
BSMi BH and humor in Jew
;h literature
WiaTT SEVENTH SEASON
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTER, Caw*
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pital could develop more rapidly
and soundly and to his many other
activity- in city affairs.
I am proud of my record of
service." said Aronovitz. and I
know that the folks who vote for
me for city commi>sioner can be
a>sured by my past accomplish-
ments that I will never stop work-
ing for the welfare of our city and
for the best interests, of all the
people."
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(200,000 Building Fund Campaign
tf Jewish Home Enters Third Week
PAGE 3 A
The $200,000 building fund cam-
paign of the Jewish Home for the
a enters its third week with
Iniph hopes of. reaching the goal
[according to Abe Kurman, presi
|(l,,nl of the Home.
Advance predictions of pledges
[anil the enthusiasm of the cam-
paign committee point to a suc-
cessful termination of the highly
[concentrated drive on the evening
[of Sunday. December 6th, when
campaign workers will attend a
victory dinner at the Shelborne Ho-
Early this week, Kurman and co-
| chairmen David Phillips and Baron
de Hirsch Meyer welcomed Colonel
Jacob Arvey at a campaign meet-
Ijng held in the offices of Mr. Mey-
er Colonel Arvey has just com-
pleted an 8,000-mile trip which
t,1(,k him through Europe and Is-
rael He made a close study of the
[rehabilitation programs for the ag-
[ed conducted in Israel and sup-
ported through the work of Great-
er Miami's Combined Jewish Ap-
Ipeal.
Colonel Arvey had high praise
[for the efforts T>f Greater Miami's
[community leaders who are partici-
Ipating in the campaign to build the
[Ablin Memorial Unit on the pres-
ent site of the Jewish Home in
Douglas Gardens, 150 NE 53rd
[street.
He was a lifelong friend of Jack
I Ablin in Chicago and has pledged
[his assistance as a co-chairman in
| aiding drive leaders.
Mrs. Faye Ablin received a trib-
ute from Home officials for her
[cooperation and personal efforts in
[the current drive honoring her
llate husband who was prominent
[in local philanthropies and civic
I work.
Earlier this week, Mrs. Sol Sil-
Iverman. president of the Home's
Women's Auxiliary, led a contin-
gent of her members to the cam-
paign headquarters and pledged
100 percent cooperation of the aux-
iliary in the fund drive. A group
[of husband and wife teams were
[appointed under the direction of
the Mesdames Baron de Hirsch
| Meyer. David Phillips, Jacob Ar-
fvey, Abe Kurman and Benjamin
[Appel. honorary president of the
Women's Auxiliary.
Chairman of the Board M. J.
Kopelowitz accepted the offer of
cooperation from the Women's
Auxiliary, declaring that the prob-
lem of aged care is one which af-
fects all persons and all families
in the area. He urged a speed-up
of the drive so that the campaign
schedule, calling for ground break-
ing on or about December 29th.
could be met.
More than 1,500 members of the
Home received graphic folders last
week containing reproductions of
news stories from local publica-
tions saluting the program at the
Jewish Home. In a preface to the
press commendation, Kurman said:
Every person is an individual
at the Home. Here he can forget
the frustrations of the past. Here
everyone is encouraged" to enjoy
life to the full. Here he engages
in a broad program of occupational
therapy, recreation, cultural and
religious activities. Here even the
bed-ridden, the blind and the wheel
chair cases are given a feeling of
creativity and usefulness. Here
the aged live again."
Plans call for the construction
of the first floor of the Ablin Me-
morial Unit to provide facilities
for the care of 42 bedridden, sick
and wheel-chair cases. The modern
structure has been designed by
architects I. S. Loewenberg, of Chi-
cago, and Irvin Korach, of Miami
Beach.
Iota Alpha Pi Will
Install New Officers
A meeting of the Iota Alpha Pi
Alumnae will be held at the home
of Miss Pat Besner, 820 NW 160th
Street, on Friday evening, at 8
p.m. Installation of officers will
be conducted by Mrs. Julius Bear-
man, past president of the group.
Officers are Miss Laura Freud,
president; Miss Besner, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Melvin Pollak, record-
ing scribe; Mrs. Bert Sager, cor-
responding scribe; Mrs. Harold
Goldstein, bursar; Miss Charlotte
Goodman, alumni advisor; Mrs. Eli
King, Panhellenic advisor; Mrs.
Julius Bearman, Food Committee;
and Mrs. Sheldon Dobkin, Tele-
phone Committee.
Kwart Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Dora
Kwart formerly of 737 Michigan
Avenue, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, November 22nd, 2
p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff officiating. Mrs. Kwart is
survived by her daughter, Mrs.
Helen Gartenberg, one son Harold,
two brothers and three sisters.
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Bach, Mozart,
Ravel To Be Played
By UM Orchestra
The University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra concerts on Sun-
day and Monday evenings,Npvem
ber 21st"and 22na\ at 8:30 p.m.,
will be dedicated to Steinway &
Sons in recognition of 100 years
of piano building, according to an
announcement this week by Mrs. I
Marie Volpe. concert manager.
The concerts, slated for the Mi-
ami Beach and Dade County Audi-
toriums, will feature the husband-
wife-son piano team of Robert,
Gaby and Jean Casadesus. John
Bitter will be on the podium.
The Casadesus family will be
heard in a reading of Johann Se-
bastian Bach's Concerto in D min-
or for Three Pianos. The three
movements are allegro, alia sici-
liana and allegro. The noted mu-
sicologist, philosopher, scientist
and organist Dr. Albert Sweitzer,
in writing about this concerto, as
well as one other by Bach for three
pianos, said that "the orchestra,
for the most part, only supplies
the harmonies and aims at sup-
porting and throwing into relief
the leading part in the ensemble
of the three claviers."
Robert and Gaby Casadesus will
then be heard in Wolfgang Ama-
deus Mozart's Concerto in E flat
major for Two Pianos, K365, a
work composed about 1779. To
round out the piano program, Rob-
ert Casadesus will present his read-
ing of Concerto for the Left Hand,
by Maurice Ravel, written by the
French musician for Paul Wittgen-
stein, an Austrian pianist who lost
his right arm during World War I
and who commissioned the work.
Mr. Bitter will conduct the or-
chestra in performances of Sam-
uel Barber's Overture to the School
for Scandal and transcriptions by
Leopold Stokowski of compositions
by Bach.
These include Mein Jesu, Wir
Glauben AH' An Einen Gott, Komm
Suesser Tod and Fugue in G min-
or. Dr. Ralph A. Harris will be at
the organ.
.5
Mrs. Joseph L. Shawmut, a vice president of Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom, served as hostess at a recent coffee in
her home, 3176 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, to discuss plans
for Sisterhood's Holiday Fair which will be held at the Temple
on November 29th. A home-cooked Chanukah dinner will
precede the fair at 5:30 p.m. Reading from left to right are Mrs.
Charles Silvers, chairman of the auction; Mrs. I. A. Durbin,
chairman of dinner reservations; and Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin,
chairman of the Dinner Committee.
Hearn Takes Sixth
Spot In Primary
Finishing in the top six bracket
with 7,390 votes and qualified to
run in next Tuesday's election for
the three Vacancies on the Miami
city commission, B. E. Hearn Wed-
nesday said that he pledges to sup-
port all moves aimed at keeping
Miami "a progressive and growing
community."
Hearn's business career as sec-
retary-treasurer of a plumbing firm
spans the decades in which Miami
grew from a village to a large
metropolis, and he pledged that he
will "do everything within my pow-
er to see this expansion continue
on a sound and honest basis."
M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman of the Board, meets with AuxUiary
leaders to plan the building fund drive of the Jewish Home
ior the Aged. Shown mapping the $200,000 campaign are (left
to right) Mrs. Sol Silverman, Auxiliary president; Kopelowitz;
Mrs. Faye Ablin and Mrs. David Phillips. First floor of the
addition will be named the Ablin Memorial Unit, honoring the
late Jack Ablin, and will provide emergency facilities for 42
bed-ridden aged residents.
Kosher Butcher
Sues Wholesaler
Samuel Braslawsky last week
charged that non-kosher meat had
been delivered to his strictly kosh-
er retail market at 847 Washington
Avenue. Braslawsky said that the
presence of the meat resulted in
his being convicted by a Miami
Beach court for violating a city
code.
In making the charge, Braslaw-
sky filed a $75,000 damage suit in
Circuit Court against William Mal-
ter's Royal Packing Company
which delivered the meat to his
market. Braslawsky explained that
the packer delivered the meat on
October 5th, and that five minutes
later a Miami Beach city inspector
arrested him for selling non-kosher
meat before he had a chance to in-
spect the shipment.
The resulting conviction in Mu-
nicipal Court here damaged not
only the Miami Beach store but
also his kosher retail stores in Chi-
cago and in South Haven, Michi-
gan, Braslawsky claimed.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, direc-
tor of the Beth Jacob Vaad Ha-
kashruth which supervises Braslaw-
sky's market on Washington Av-
enue, this week told The Jewish
Floridian that "Braslawsky has al-
ways been a kosher butcher. In this
particular case, he ordered four
kosher lambs and was sent one
non-kosher lamb together with the
other three before he had the op-
portunity to discover it."
Rabbi Mescheloff explained that
"it was found by the city inspec-
tor, and the city court xonsidered
the presence of the lamb in Bras-
lawsky's store a violation of the
city code. However," the Rabbi
added, "I have confidence in Mr.
Braslawsky and believe he is a re-
liable kosher butcher."
STAV WITH THE WINNER
YOU'LL BE
PROUD
YOU VOTED
FOR
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 (ADD!
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!
Endorsed 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 DID!
PULL THE
r
LEVER
tr......ii :i li nm 'Vttj ..........' 4
* Thanks to all the folks who voted for mo. To those who *
didn't. I'll appreciate your vote next Tuetdey.
,..,., ..........._______......... ,- .,- ... -: ...-: r j.'i MHimHHHlll ll IIWI'.....
!
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D*. SIMON GKEENBERG HAS If N executive
l-sited Synagogue of America for the past three year

.%b Aronovitz
Abe AroDOTitz' roots in Florida rsach way
back to 1888. when his lather and family came
to Key West and established residence there.
Aronovitz. himself, came to Key West when
he was about eight years old. It was not until
1923. that he moved northward to Miami and
Palm Beach.
A graduate of Stetson Law School Aronovitz
early began his practice of law here. Since
that time, he has carved out a caroei in local
government that would be the envy of any
civic-minded person.
For some five years Aror.ov.tz was Miami's
cssistan: city attorney and for two veers acted
as legal aide to the' Qvil Service" Board. In
addi^on. he also held the post of acting state's
attoriiey for this cj:..-
Bu- Aronovitz' accoxrpl.shrr.er.ts ~re more es-
sentially founded in his c:vic activity as a
private c.-_zer.. In this Dopocity he was author
of the :ecer.- zr.:. ~zs-: wdifiiirr which since
has become a BMXW ::: =.-.ir: crd_-.ances in
many cities thrc the South. As assistant
-:/ atlonwy and on kis own initiative, he
traveled throughout the S-.rte of Florida muster-
ing support that subsequently led to the repeal
c: an act designed to lecahze slot machines.
.-..= leaders:: rapidly placed him on Miami s slum clearance
rent-.fee which paved the way for thousands
;: :=* boating units here.
From 1927 io 1934 Aronovitz was in the
;:e::;r- z: 2 battle the- f-allv *:.r; up b*>
:ore me United States Supreme Court As an
expert or. utity rates, he proved that users of
e-ectr.r.-v -ere had beer, overcharged by some
200.00C according to the rale structure and
succeeded ..-. :ere.-.-.-.r a refund for that
:-o-r.: tc the City of Mnai. Last year, when
A.-cccv.r iecrned that tie Miami Transit Corn-
'. got the city comouss:on to wcive a S230.-
tax the company pays for wear on the city
fleets he onto. aDCOoa which de-
-andec 0 referendum in the matter.
As a result. AroDOvrtz succeeded in saving
mm c.-y one-quaner of a million dollars annual-
y .a tax monies. On Tuesday. Miami voters
went tc the polis and voted him as high man
-a a held of 21 candidates for dry commission.
They had not forgotten Aronovitz civic work
and his experience in local government. We
aow that Abe Aronovitz as one of our city
commissioners, will be a real asset to Miami
to retire from that post and fuUy devote Ms atten. n! J0*"^
47 chancellor of the Jewish Theological SeminarTanT^J0 ***5
miletics there. Dr Greenberg had much to tsy abouT?*
Judaism at a banquet Sunday evening in the Casablanca M^Tn',th
the United Synagogue which met in convention on U.,J^ *
Rabbi Silver Sfwak> 0t
Raho. Area Haliel Silver eppeared as a
prinapal speaker ct the final session of the
two-day National Report Conference of the
Untted Jewish Appeal held in Cleveland re-
cently. Of kite iafcU Siver has beer, tax
mg an increasingly active part in Jewish
off cars.
At the conference. Rabbi Silver criticized -he
United States for failing to tell the Arab no-
tions, in unmistakable terms, that they must
make peace with Israel. He called statesman-
ship in Washington and other democratic cap-
itals "bizarre" for sending arm* to the Arabs
who. he said, are not averse to deahnr with
governments all too eager to win friends.
But Rabbi Silver's crinciscn of our nation's
leadership was merely passing compared with
his attack upon Moslem statesmen whom he
characterized as being without vision and cour-
age, in a double portion of wrath heaped upon
the Arab League.
Rabbi SUveT must have recalled his vigor-
ous sponsorship last year of the Administra-
tion and its leadership whose actions he now
calls "bizarre." His utterances are universally
respected, and his support can once more well
be used by a beleagured Jewish opinion that
is being treated less and less cordially in
State Department circles.
Bnefly. Dr Creenberg eUborsted on the function? ^
gogue within the framework of the Conservative MovenJ^ ^ "*
, that the synagogue is a bouse of study, prayer and of J^ *
< But he added that this did not completely define its igmfica^*,i,t
j is something in the core of the synagogue, he said whirfi ^
HIS LAST nOGHOS ffPOiT
AH. itlh \niiix'r*arv
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
,r,n' 'th*^|
Mflt. Hei!
if Kasce TVaJ j
j mdispensible to Conservative Jewry apart from 117 thretlil!1^ *
I of its character. "It carries within it seeds of the whout. !3
culture.- Dr Creenberg asserted, "which can complete* 1 ^*
Jewish life even if it were the only organization throurh 'h* ,.I*'
functions." n Judio,,
In short, he said that the synagogue is the ind.sp of Conservative Jewry. Dr. Greenberg then laid down tajer*!*!]
values. The synagogue, he maintained, is an embodiment rf thT*!
tempt to reach beyond the physical limits of the universe in.it!
regard, he envisioned it as the fountainhead of Jei-h eternjln !
quality which derives its meaning from the fact that Jew i^hrtutelaaw
deals with eternal concepts. He also saw in the synagogue theftU
of the Ark and a servant, at all tin*s. to all group? *
The former. Dr. Greenberg said, establishes the intellectual ol
ity of Judaism because the Torah demands study Thu- tne rKuril,t
Jew can not possibly be illiterate: hi* religion prevent him fronilLl'
! ing below a preconceived level of intelligence The latter he explaiasT
deals equally with the concepts of charity, love and kmdne*H;
the poor and the wealthy find fulfillment the poor phwcaih ad
spiritually, and the wealthy emotionally.
THERE IS LITTLE WITH WHICH to argue in Dr fTrrrnsstiial
thought-out notions. But it seems to roe that the> not asph.
Conservative Jewry alone. His definition of the funci -- of the sna I
gogue and of their larger meaning are applicable a- welL to otkt
segments of Jewish opinion. Where he would meet with argaaeati
in his practical association of the Conservative Movement witi Hi!
current world scene.
In specifically singling out the character of QruUn Judaia
so that it might take on a personality of its own. Dr. Grt-er.berg ftnssl!
the movement's program aimed at changing the face uf the Jeiia
community so that it readjusts to immediate conditu r.- and circus-
stances. In this regard, be made much of OMservarive Jodaan
heav>- reliance upon scholarly, scientific and authentic ksovlesji
geared toward arriving at a religion which is indigenous to a dcs
cratic order of society.
will celebrate its 40th anniversary this week- i As I see it. Dr. Greenberg > position here is intellectually
end at Washington. DC. This branch of the dled Trd't'OMl- Orthodox Judaism incorporates the ..nnssl wtm
larger 110-year<>ld B'nai B'rith seivice oraan-1 k SSfi ?u *"?? TWes t 'n^mn <* P**l
ZZl. u~A*rZZi~L uL~ u 77EZ Phenomena to mans limited intelligence. It follows that suchens
^n had its modest begmmng back m 1913. tion is necessarily mystical. Varying religions embrace .anisiSw
wnen a young attorney named Sigmund Liv-, of mystical explanation. Judaism relies to a smaller degra sp
ingston decided that the Jewish community miracle and mystery than do other faiths, but it by no means ehnsSB
ought to stand on guard against any practice these very important characteristics of religion at large
which flies in the face of the basic freedoms' Refinements in religious experience historically made of aWj
guaranteed all Americans by the constitution.' and "fystery a framework upon which were set ethical s> 'terns amei
_ ^^ I t by practical observation of human interrelations. The framewrt; i
The An:: Defamation League must be particu-; became an authoritarian agent designed to enforce acceptance of the
larly near to the hearts of Greater Miamians ethical system. Taken as a whole,, religion became an intellectual uf,
because its founder spent the latter years of his emotional complex, with response elicited on a generally emotion!
life in Hollywood, Florida, just a few miles Dasis *B<' "lspired by promises of divine reward and warning* of divse
north of our city. The years since its founding Punihm>L
^ Thus, the concept of divinity evolved to satisfy two needs -ta.
allaying of fear inherent in human intellectual limitation and u
projection of a code of laws upon which could be based a program of
acceptable social interactions. In terms of present-day experience, it
seems to roe that an either or situation exists so far as religion u cos-
cerned If we are enlightened" by scientific discovery to the point
where we find miracle and mystery naive, then our need for mystical
explanation is no longer necessary. In that sense, the yearning for
spiritual gratification through divine revelation become- an anachro
nitv leoHT **^"*-"^'* *^TL ."""*"'.Ial ""d matter of intellectual muddlement when we conunue to
s~LT?nt"~T P"?8**10001 P^t* and practice our religion. The alternative here is to embrace a compWeU
ozne 10.000 volunteers engaged m mass edu- secular ethical philosophy
cotioi for developing better interaroup rela- .....
!-.among the races and creeds of America. | TME SECONO COUR$E ^ A<.T|ON h tQ ^ jn respeft m
.be Fior.da reg-.on of ADL has hed a parricu- meaning of religion as it evolved and ultimately became tradition,
lariy active record. It was in the forefront here L'nder such circumstances, wc respond emotionally and intellectually
to institute the anti-mask and anti-cross burn- *n,ht n>' reservations. Dr. Greenberg s definition of Consenatiw
ing legislation that is now a State statute In Judauin essentially places the movement at odds with the meaning
addition. U effectively represented an outraaed rThg!on u *** ,0 embrace scholarly and scientific knowledge as
community spurred to action by th 1951 sens* ,,now,ed*e **' b>" >>' probing of the asuverse and n a
of ^nagoguTond church dySn^^oS^ SfSjZZ "*" ^ ^ f thc *** ^'B *'
ed9o?-neIb^Tial.^T WOl!LS r"7 P'QC" s murt. in the final analysis, mean a constantly changing
jm^ books the recently passed Explosives tude toward divm.ty Certainly highly progressive s.nce it welcome!
v'onTOi ACT- ; change so readily, it nontheless nndenubiy flies in the face of *
The ADL here clan o. kaasaaaa.__.-.i .u I enot,on*1 lability which Judaism particularly and religions t lrt
pasincTof ^*-'^ ] .m.tk. to engender Dr Greenbergs inljys.s of the Conserv.ve Mm*
ttotTadleSJ rjT^ ^ an-Kiisaimina- ment further implies that the other segments of Jew.sh spirt-al bebd
non advert^inc ordinance and1 was m the fore: are not indigenous to a democratic ordeTof societv s.nce they are us-
noot ot tne move to frame the Florida Ann- willing to adapt their vision of divmitv to the needs of a constant
process of scientific revelation
So long as the essential core of Judaism remains its ethical system.
this can not be true. Adherence tq traditional Judaism merely sigm-
have also brought to pass that many of the
ADL's national leaders live and work in our
midst
During its 40-year history, the Anti-Defama-
tion League has grown to incorporate head-
guarters m New York, as well as in 28 regional
offices throughout the United States. Partici-
pating in its activities axe 2.000 Jewish commu-
Anonymous Hate Literature Act of 1945.
of 2^.'!iaS^Sa7 merely ajm0mctiou
noasoJ l^Z^T Ua9"* nC'd ^ a no- fies deference to the very specu-ic me-.n.ng of religion Camed to
^ !? c^u "s intensive prooemo- ts logical conclusion. Dr. Greenbergs adjustment technique must*
IuC eCUCOtlOn rxcxjrm cratic education program, the fruit of which is
bettor group understanding.
Highlighting the 40th anniversary observ-
ance in the nahon's capital will be the Monday
evening presentation to President Eisenhower
ot the ADL annual America's Democratic Lea-
--- <*-awn. s^i. iiicriiurr.) wijuxnirin sr^*-"*i
solve itself to a subtractive formulation in which the diminution -
divine element of Judaism finallv reaches the point of complete can
cellation There, he will be left with secular ethical phil-'-ophy ^
and without the intellectual muddlement in which he now finds nimw
-- i.- -. .... m aa
-----_...._. ...^ iiihiiitiuji muaaiement in wiucn m
as he applies the touchstone of science to the heart of mysticism
effort to affect a modern union and a new tradition .
In h.s rationalization for the excellence of Conservative Ju"
--------.u |. *nd ,,s readiness to adjust to immediate conditions and circumstance
throughout the United States in an houi-looa G^nherg s*id that Old World Jewry could never ha%e found *
program. This will be a fattiiig conclusion SI*,,llaS v"ch Pu<* seenis somewhat untoward that, as spo
,_l --" --^ a practice ii seems somewhat untowara ....-- .
the celebration of a major Jewish orgmuMtion's 1 ^u" L^ "L^** opu,k>n whkh hard,V "IT Tl$**
-------------J:-- ^Tl e*".l"r> ,d he should challenge the methods of traditional l*T~
dj which have flourished despite excruciating tortures for thousands
nejrerending effort oimed at keeping sacred
and tinchallenged the right, of all humankind.' years


^v NOVEMBER 20, 1963
JewistiJUrtdian
PAGE 5 A*
/ers Article
rs Agency Role
l(. October issue of The Jewish
jimunity, a magazine published
ltbe Council of Jewish FedeB*evCt,ings
ImraeiUe Center
Slate* ttazaar
The Israelite Center will hold its
third annual bazaar at the Center
on December 12th through 15th.
The doors will open at 8 p.m. in the
lion
and Welfare Fund*,. carries
article by, Stanley C Myers, Mi
i attorney and philanthropic and
worker,
lyers, who is chairman of the
hVF Committee on Community
tanization and who is one of
organization's past presidents,
his article, Studies Chart
kil Community Growth.
Briefly. Myers studies the wider
of central agencies within the
nmunity and envisions a trend
?aid greater individual partici
As key Jewish communi
he chooses Camden, Albany
New Britain. "They are di-
in historical development,
;s of Jewish communal struc-
and activity and size of pop-
Jion." Myers writes.
is study indicates that expan-
of organizational life and fa-
ties in the community is deter-
ged by local "efforts and needs
her than through any externally
tosed survey findings or blue-
nts" and stresses the hope for
lire wide participation.
)!-.. of the facets of the prob-
of gaining increased participa-
a. Myers declares in his lead ar-
is the lack of effective year-
ikI interpretive programs. This,
[claims, can be affected by or-
^izing wider channels of com-
lication with the Jewish public
Acquaint it with the work of the
tral agency and greater involve-
nt of constituent organizations
IdiMussion about current prob-
There will be a large variety of
booth1, displaying merchandise of
all kinds, including household ar-
ticles, baked goods, hardware,
shoes, costume jewelry and cloth-
ing for men, women and children.
Home cooked meals will be
served Sunday.
GMJCC Schedules Expanded Adult
Program For Leisure-Time Activity
An expanded adult program has
been organized at the various
branches of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center this(
year, it was announced by Kman-
uel Tropp, director of activities^
Classes in art, dance, bridge,9golfi
and clothes-making are among the
many new activities that have been
started.
Folk Dancing Slated
Following a short business ses-
sion, the Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center will hold a
fiesta evening, with all guests par-
ticipating in international folk
dances and square dancing, on
Tuesday, November 24th, at 9 p.m.
Dances will be directed by Shirley
Berlin, of Shirl's Folk & Square
Dance School. A performance will
also be given by the Folk Dance
Group.
iung Zionist Party
fhc Miami Young Zionist group
planning a party which will be
at Harvey Corgort, 1910 SW
Street, on Sunday night, No-
aber 22nd. 8:30 p.m. There will
be a program at the meeting
|Tuesday, November 24th, 8:30
at the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
Obituries
MRS. MARY OBRISKY
.",8, 605 Mih St.. Miami Heai h. pass-
ed awuy Nov. 10th. The remains wei e
sent to Akron, onto, by Riverside
Miami lleach Puneral Home. Hhe
came here from Cleveland 11 years
MO, HurvivliiK are two daughters.
Miss DofOthy. of Miami, anil Mrs. Al>e
Sugerman, of Atlanta, and two sis-
ters.
Board Will Meet
Irs. Harry Seigel. chairman, will
isidi at a Board of Directors
eting of the Greater Miami Aux-
kry to the Jewish Consumptives'
Jief Society at the home of Mrs.
rnard Moss, 1435 Meridian Ave-
on Wednesday, November
jlh. at 8 p.m. Final plans for the
Jcember 13th dance, which will
held in the Algiers Hotel, are
heduled to be discussed.
GEORGE M. DOONEIEF
2438 Flamingo Dr., Miami lleach. died
Nov. 12th. Riverside Miami lleach
CtUipel sent the remains to New York.
Mr Doonelaf, a retired Insurance
broker In Brooklyn. NY. came to
Miami four years ago. lie was a
member of l*rospect l^Mlgt- No.e!~x,
K&-AM. In llrooklyn. Besides his wife.
Mrs Fanny Uoonelef, he leaves a sola
IM Alfred S. Hoolielef, of liedfoid
Hills, NY.
BENJAMIN 8HAPIRO
82, passed away Nov. 12th. Services
weie held In tlordon's Miami Chapel,
with burial In Mt. Slnal Cemetery.
A baker, Mr Shapiro came from New-
York nine years ago. He leaves his
wife, Ann: three daughters, Mrs. Ilea"
trice Price, Miami, Mrs. Helen Zitof-
Hky and Mrs. Tillle Spector, both of
New Yodc; two brothers and two sis-
ters, Including Mrs. Uertha Levlne,
Miami.
uistmaa Pledges To
^arry Out Confidence"
tlu- primary election for Miami
ly commission with 13,961 votes,
fcmlall N. (Randy) Christmas said
lat he felt residents here have
pifidence in his ability "to do a
od job on the commission."
tie 33-year-old attorney declar-
that he expects this week to
the most difficult in the cam-
pan.
('But I pledge," Christmas said,
lhat if elected I will carry out
>c confidence shown me by the
Mers Tuesday."
I The candidate came to Miami in
P26. He lives with his wife and
*o young daughters at 4095 Har-
ee Road, Coconut Grove.
ike Endorses City
lanager Government
Following his capture of fifth
Pot, with 7380 votes, in Tuesday's
imary election for Miami city
ommission, John Red Lake Tues-
lay again endorsed the city man-
ner form of government.
Terming it as "the most effici;
it for Miami municipal adminis-
Ntion," the 36-year old candidate
fepeated other pledges which in-
clude support for storm sewers, the
iami Municipal Board study, in-
Pustrial development and a solu-
tion to downtown congestion.
"1 also favor improved recrea-
tional facilities for youth," Lake
"Plained. He has been a Miami
esident since 1925, is married and
as two daughters.
MRS. FANNIE WEINSTEIN
(5. 10513 I.enox Ave., Miami lleach.
died Nov. 13th. She came from New
Jersey five years ago. Surviving are
her husband. Isadnr. Miami lleach;
two daughters. Miss Esther Weln-
stein, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Mildred
lleeker, Red Hank. N.J.; two sons.
Harry and Edward, and two grand-
children, nil of Red Bank. Services
and burial were heal at Red Hank,
with Riverside Memorial Chapel. Mi-
ami Beach, in charge of local arrange-
ments.
MRS. ALYCE PHILLIP* LEBITT
l.-iV Washington Ave.., Miami Beach,
died of a heart ailment at her home
November 11th. Mrs. I Jacksonville in 192S and runner-up
for the title of Miss America In the
Atlantic City, N.J.. competition that
followed. She later was a profession-
al dancer and toured on the Keith
circuit. Survivors Include her foster
son, I'aul o'Stccn. Jr.; a sister, Mrs.
Florence Sheppard. Jacksonville;
three brothers, Oeorge W. Schnoor.
Jacksonville, Phil S'-hnorr In the
[Cry, and Hunter H. Phillips. At-
lanta. Burial took place In Jackson-
ville, wllhRiverside Memorial chapel
in charge of local arrangements.
MRS. FANNIE C. BIRKHAHN
80 of 6HKO Abbott Ave., Miami Beach,
passed away Nov. 13th Arrange-
ments were In charge of Riverside
Miami Beach Chapel. Mrs. Hirkhann
came to Miami from New York five
vears ago. Hhe leuves her husband,
Bernard J. Blrkhahn.
ADOLPH GINSBERG
7.-. of 21)21 N Meridian Ave, Miami
Beach died Nov. 14th In a hospital,
liiversld. Miami Beach Funeral H>me
sent the bodv to Baltimore. Mr. (.Ins-
berg, a retired manufacturer of men k
clothing, came to Miami from Halt -
more seven years ago. He leaves his
wife, Mrs. Rae Ginsberg, and a
daughter. Mrs. Sidney Maduff. of U>t
An:;el. _____
MRS. MARY FINE
19. Of 27M SW 3th Ave, died Mon-
day. Formerly of Philadelphia, she
came here 10 years ago. Surviving
are two sons, Kdward and Chailes H
and a daughter, Mrs. Audrey Burl.
ill of Miami. Services t.jok place In
Philadelphia, with Beaoh Memorial
Chapel In charge locally.
Art classes in oils, water colors
and sketching will be offered at
the Town and Beach Branches.
Warren Soned, director of Soned
Studios, will conduct classes at the
Beach Branch on Monday nights,
while Edmund Weyhe. director of
the Mirell Gallery in Coconut
Grove, will be the instructor at the
Town Branch on Thursday nights.
Popular golf professional, George
Astor. is resuming classes for both
beginners and advanced students
at the Town Branch on Monday
nights using the roof driving
range, which has been specially
constructed for this purpose.
Classes in Latin-American dancing
featuring rumba, samba and tango,
will be led by "Babs" Wolfe at the
Town Branch and by Frank Shu-
be rt at the Beach Branch, both on
Thursday nights.
Miss Wolfe has taught ballroom
dancing at a number of prominent
Beach hotels, and Shubert was an
Arthur Murray dancing instructor
before coming to Miami.
Contract hri$r instrnction is an-
other one of the new activities for
which enrollment is now being tak-
en. Mrs. Leo Alpert and Mrs.
Emanuel Goldstrich will provide
the instruction. A class in clothes
making is now in progress at the
Klagler-Granada C'enier on Monday
nights with the cooperation of the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction.
A recent arrival in the Miami
area, Ruth Walton Leonard, form-
erly director of American Dance
Arts in New York, is now teaching
modern dance to adults Tuesday
nights at the Town Branch. Folk
dance enthusiasts get together on
alternate Sunday evenings at the
Town Branch under the leadership
of Mrs. Bernard Segal, for pro-
grams of American, Israeli and
European folk dances. Gym class-
es fpr men and women have been
ojie+otlng for some timixrw, with
the women's groups featuring cal-
isthenics and badminton, and the
men participating mainly in volley
ball, basketball, and weight lifting.
The adult committee at the Flag-
ler-Granada Center also conducts
a classical disc jockey's club on
Sunday evenings and is now plan-
ning a study course in Jewish his-
tory.
Horsley Steps Up Campaign;
Will Support Municipal Board
Jack Horsley this week contin-
ued his campaign on what he calls
"a modernization program." The
39-year-old candidate for Miami
city commission placed fourth in
Tuesday's primary election, with
9,560 .votes.
Author To Speak At
Beach Center Meeting
Ruthe Dixon, program ehirman
for the
Miami
this week'
of the
to the g
Adult Group of the
Jewish Center, said
It Helen Muir, author
lamf USA, will speak
on Wednesday eve-
ning, November 25th, 9 p.m., at
the Social Hall1 of the Center. Miss
Muir's novel on Miami was publish-
ed on November 2nd.
This will qualify him to run with
the five other top candidates, who
contended in a field of 21, for one
of the three vacancies existing on
the city commission.
Horsley repeated his pledge to
support the Miami Municipal
Board which he said "is attempting
to solve the problem of overlap-
ping and duplication in the two
administrations."
A Miamian since 1927, he has
pledged to fight for removal of
downtown railroad tracks and re-
placing them with a boulevard
highway.
Casadesus Interview
Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview
the Casadesus family on Saturday.
November 21st. over station
WKAT. at 6:30 p.m. They are to
be the soloists with the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra on
November 22nd and 23rd.
:>
Pull Lever 4a
Let's ModerniaOur Miami, NOW?
LET'S
ELECT
CITY COMMISSIONER.
ABRAHAM PAUL GOt.D
7, nlaht manager of 'he Netherlands
Hotel Miami Beach, died Monday. He
"me from Milwaukee *hU"s*Sl"g3
and lived at 4145 Nautilus 1>r Mh.ml
Beach. Surviving are hia mother. Mrs
Miami; a brother. Al -
Ethel I'arsoff,
thur, Miami, and two slsi.is.
Ices took place Tueaday
Miami Chapel, with
Nebo Cemetery.
Serv-
In Oordon's
liuii.il In Mt.
Chest Seeks 8.000
Volunteers For Work
A Block Campaign
This week Community Chest
volunteers moved $108,000 closer
to their 1054 goal of $1,141,000 for
the 22 local Bed Feather agencies
and the national USO.
Workers in four major business
(.divisions now soliciting funds
through business firms and em-
ployees in commercial and indus-
trial companies made their mid-
campaign report on Monday to
bring the Chest total to date to
$458,944.85, or 40.2 percent of the
giant quota.
Division A, the Chest's big mon-
ey division which solicits corpora-
tions and large individual contri-
butions, reported 67.6 percent of
its $433,800 goal-raised at the mid-
way point.
Federated-Fair Share Campaigns
are under way among employees
in hundreds of business firms. The
Industry Division, Section I of the
Chest, reported 25 percent of the
$196,000 quota to be raised
through employees in large indus-
trial plants.
House-to-house solicitation for
the Chest throughout Dade County
will begin on Sunday, January
10th. Mrs. F. F. Ravlin, chairman
of the Metropolitan Division, this
week called for more volunteer
workers to "Work A Block" in the
January drive. Over 8,000 workers
are needed to cover every house in
Dade County.
SLOOMBERG
oeton 18 years
MRS. REBECCA
it who came from -
aao died Monday *t her home, X
1P& 12.1, Ave., shr ""v*-0,rtr1r('.'""'
Uiuis of Miami, Samuel B-.A^f.1?
fleUI Maw... and Harry of Boston.
Iwo daughters. Mrs fonOM Bar"
and Mr. Sadie S. hechter, kottof J"'
*ml and two si.-t.-.s. in. Hiding Mr
Boae l>.|s.tkln. Miami. Service, took
Sace In liordon>.Miami Chapel, with
burial at
Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
KOHN
ALEXANDER M
' died Monday at his horn.
HW list Si He had lived here eliehl
vears '..mini from Washington- < I,
fs survived b> bta wife. Moll M '<"'
brothers, and two elslers
we, "held Thur-day. with burial
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
CIVIC LEADER
SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN
"the man who gets things done"
JACK 0RR, prominent Miami attorney, aad former cam-
paign manaoer of Claude Pepper, endorses the electron
of JACK HORSLEY and urges his friends to vote JACK
HORSLEY November 24th, assurin the city sound, effi-
} cient and economical government.
Coeieoit* Munaftrs
JACK ORR JOHN FRYKMAN
Headquarter.: 1100 S.W. 1st Street Ph. 2-7668
Services
Wedding Fantasy Held
North Shore Jewish Center held
a wedding fantasy last week. In-
cluded in the cast were the Mes-
dames Joseph Feldman, Ben Karol,
Jack Klinger, Harry Loeb, Sam
Rosenthal, B. Levin, L. Rankoff.
Charles Barlly, Louis Mendelsohn,
F. Polikoff and Miss Sandra Weiss.
Some 150 new members were wel-
comed by Mrs. Allen Acker, mem-
bership chairman. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz and Mrs. Louis Cohen,
Sisterhood president.
I. E.
HEARN
YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER
Hf Will
LET your city manager alone
GIVE basiness-like city operation
DEMAND strict and impartial law enforcement
BRING dignity and harmony in government
(Pd. Political Adv.)


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Sunday Afternoon Rites In Gables
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)AY, NOVEMBER 20, 1953
^Jewish flcridian
mor Roll At Beach
inter Announced
r)r. Herman R. Mechlowitz,
.airman oi**the Religious School
[the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
| week announced the Honor i
III for the first quarter of the
tarn.
Class 1AAllen Covven, Arlene
user. Michael Hale. Stephen
jld. Daniel Levine, Stanley Mur-
lick. Dorothy Roloff. Lawrence
?rberg, Ivan Shapiro and Steph-
essler.
tlass 2ASusan Bookspan, Mar-
ICohen. Stephen Cypen, Russell
nan. Howard Hirschfield, Rob-
Jandel and Susan Scher.
iss 3AMartin Friedman, EI-
Kriedwald, Robert Hauser,
hen Marks, Michael Peyton,
yard Pottlitzer and Harvey Sha-
iss IBKeith Barish, Clifford
n. Gary Leslie, Edward Man-
{Efram Lieber, Stuart Marcus,
.Miller, Leonard Rosenfeld,
Ro.'tnfeld, Richard Schwartz,
Tessler and Henry Zang
S 2B Claudia Bialolenki.
hen Chaikin, Dennis Foreman,
||ra Katz, Theodore Nash, Ken
Struhl and Perry Steinberg.
ass 3BStuart Auerbavh, Ber-
Drueker. Stanley HaJpern,
Kaplan, Alan Medof, Cailum
\. Jack Rabin, Ronald Roth-
and Michael Schinitsky.
ss 1CMichael Hirschenson,
amin Keats, Iris Rosenberg
ionald Rubin.
kss 20David Kross, Michael
kn snd Sheila Levine.
iss 4Jo-Ann Abrahams, Lin-
ranrff and Charles Homer.
I-- 7Carol Citron, Harriet
em, Allison Greene, Sherry
ver. Paula Muravchick and
let Newman.
piss 8Linda Friedman, Ar-
Kaplan, Wendy Postol and
Weinstein.
ifirmation Alan Boren-
Harriet Gans, Joan Gilbert,
Grossman, Roberta Rubin,
la Savransky and Barbara
If.
PAGE 7 A
Mrs. Lizzie Lttt, Pioneer Mi-
ami resident, is *Jk> fust life
member of the Esther Rosen-
berg Chapter here to the City
of Hope, national cancer and
tuberculosis hospital. Mrs.
Lit! has ten life-memberships
in various charitable and
philanthropic organizations.
-I
Savage Will Address
Brandeis Women Here
Thomas L. Savage, author of the
novel, A Bargain With God, will
be guest speaker at the annual fall
meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter, National Women's Com-
mittee of Brandeis University, on
Friday, 1 p.m., in the Algiers Ho-
tel, according to Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg, president.
Savage is assistant professor of
English at Brandeis University,
where he has been associated since
1049.
Also on the program will be Mrs.
Jerry Blank, who will sing several
selections. Mrs. Blank studied
voice at the Julliard School of Mu-
sic. Program chairman for the
event is Mrs. Harold Turk. Mrs.
Max Schwartz is in charge of ar-
rangements.
The National Women's Commit-
tee was organized five yeaas ago
for the purpose of maintaining the
library at Brandeis University. It
now numbers some 40.000 mem-
bers and has contributed 85.000
volumes to the library. This sum-
mer, the committee supplied the
funds for the addition of a new
wing to the library.
B'nai B'rith Women Plan
Games, Card Parties, Teas
The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women, is sponsor-
ing a Las Vegas Party at the Beth
El Congregation, 500 SW 17th Ave-
nue, on Sunday, November 22nd,
8 p.m. Mrs. J. Robinson is in
charge of information.

The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold their
weekly Menorah games party at
the Empress Hotel on Wednesday.
November 25th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare
Isaacs is in charge of arrange-
ments.
*
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables held a membership card
party Thursday at the home of Mrs.
William Weintraub, 2293 SW 24th
Terrace. Mrs. Sol Bodian is mem-
bership chairman.
*
The B'nai B'rith Men and Wom-
en of Coral Gables Chapter will
hold a Moarte Carlo .night on Sat-
urday, November 21st, at 8130 p.m.
The affair will be held at the West
Miami Jewish Center, 5720 SW
17th Street.

North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will have a member-
ship tea at the North Dade Jewish
Center. 13630 West Dixie Highway,
North Miami, on Tuesday evening,
November 24th, 8:30 p.m. Mrs.
Jack R. Wein will be the guest
speaker. S4t>hie Meranus is presi-
dent of the chapter.
Tots About Town...
Photo by Hamilton
"id Stewart Handelman,
i ol Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
ndelman, 4430 Royal Palm
enue, will become Bar
zvah on Saturday, No-
aber 21st, 10H5 a.m., at
nple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
W Kronish will officiate.
vid, a student at Beth
Mom Religious School is
pne seventh grade of Nau-
" Junior High School.
Brown Post JWV
Holds Card Party
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174,
Jewish War Veterans of the Unit-
ed States, held a card party on
Thursday night at the Israelite Cen-
ter. Proceeds from admissions will
be used for the work of the Auxil-
ary at the Veterans Hospital, Coral
Gables.
Clara Winograd was chairman in
charge of the card party, assisted
by Rose Ackerman. Ilka Diamond.
Hilda Capp. Ann Kessler, Cath-
erine B. Morris and Vera Rosen-
thai.
Bar, Bas Mitzvah
Breakfast Resumed
The series of Sunday morning
Bar and Bas Mitzvah breakfasts
will be renewed on Sunday, No-
vember 22nd, at Beth David Syna-
gogue. Services, conducted by the
students, begin at 8:30 a.m. and
are followed by breakfast.
All boys and girls thirteen years
of age and over are invited to par-
ticipate in the services and be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Serott
in honor of their daughter Shifra's
13th birthday.
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9ONOR PLEDGE FULFILLED!
QUICKIY PLEASANTLY INTERESTINGLY
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Book On Windsors To Be Reviewed
Eisenberg To Speak
The weekly luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will be held on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 24th, 12:15 p.m., at the Na-
tional Hotel. Herman Eisenberg,
new executive director of the He-
brew Academy, will be guest
speaker.
HIS NEWEST TOOTHSOME
SMILE 'Mmk-Libow. son
of Dr. and Mrs. Alexander
Libow, 901 West 47th Street,
Miami Beach.
Baby Photos by Ardmore
LET'S HAVE SOME MORE
. Jon Richter, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Richter, 5861
La Gorce Drive, calls for
feeding time.
vArdinore
Joseph Adler, son of 'Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Adler, 3447
Prairie Avenue, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitsvah on Sat-
urday, November 21st, at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. Joseph is an eighth
grade student at Nautilus
Junior High School and at-
tends the Religious School of
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. Among guests will be
Rabbi Morris Adler. of De-
troit, Michigan, uncle of the
Bar Mitzvah.
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in the series of best sellers pre-
sented by the Greater Miami Chas-
ter of Hadassah at Temple Beth
Sholom Tuesday, November 24th,
1:30 p.m.
The book is an appraisal of what
threatened to be the international
Peri On WMTE
Josef Peri, Israeli messenger
working in Greater Miami for the
Zionist Youth Commission, will
make a guest appearance on Simon
Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air
on Sunday, November 22nd, 10:30
a.m.. over station WM1E.
scandal of this era, according to
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, book review-
er. "It is an expose of the Wind-
sors and their circle of friends
written in a manner that is enter-
taining and absorbing from start
to finish," she explained.
Mrs. Morris Alpert is coordina-
tor for the Hadassah Tuesday re-
view series.
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-Jewish JtoricMair
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER or,
Israel Bids Jordan To Hirer I Talks Community
At General Tailed \ a lions Session *
Continued from Pa 1 A
of the Security Council injunction
of November 17, 1953.
4. The Security Council should
take note of the only conclusion
aureed to by Israel and by the Arab
authorities and indicated by Gen.
Bennike's report, namely that the
mot! specific source of current ten-
sion is infiltration or marauding
into Israel territory especially from
Jordan. In expressing its deep con-
cern at all acts of violence, the Se-
curity Council would surely be en-
titled to express special concern
over the movement of infiltration,
and it should urge special attention
to Article Four of the armistice
pact which requires restraint of il-
legal border crossings.
5. The Chief of Staff and the
chairman of the Mixed Armistice
Commission should be asked to
pursue their high objectives for in
snects" -access to Mount Scopus rAIPImAr I KlA
and continual blockade practices VUIVIIUI UJIJ
at the Suez Canal.
Dr. Charles Malik, of the Leba-
non, who insisted on being heard
immediately after Mr. Eban, ac-
cused him of attempting "to drown
the recent aggression by Israel at
Kibya in a generalized debate on
all sorts of aspects of the Palestine
question."
Dr. Malik indicated that the
Arabs would request the Security
Council to "pronounce a condem-
Local Functions
More than 300 Jewish organiza-
tions, clubs and institutions in
Dade County are now receiving the
Community Calendar listing events
of Jewish interest, it was announc- *ITUl.tioii~
ed this week by Carl Weinkle,'
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Issued monthly as a service of
Befh Sholom Groundbreaking Beth Jacob Vaad
Scheduled for December 70th \ ,s$||es Statement
Leon J. Ell, president of Temple I ... "vnT
Beth Sholom. this week announced
that the groundbreaking ceremony
for the new Beth Sholom building
will take place on Sunday, Decem-
ber 20th. at 4 p.m.. with Charles
Silvers, chairman of the Construc-
tion Committee, in charge of the
UN to take all necessary measures
"to bring to justice the perpetra-
tors" of the Kibya raid, to insure
adequate compensation for loss of
life and damage to property caused
during the raid, to refrain "from
such acts of aggression" in the fu-
ture and to make a general request
that no military or economic as-
sistance be given Israel without
ternational peace in assisting the' proper guarantees that Israel will
nation" of Israel and to ask the federation, the calendar covers a
two-month schedule of events, list-
operation of the armistice agree
ments but the Council should also
request the IN representatives in
the area to devote their special at-
tention to those provisions of the
armistice agreement and Council
resolutions which have not yet
refrain from such acts as the raid.
of the show.
While local manufacturers and
suppliers are again in the majority
at this year's Home Show, they
have been joined by exhibitors
from Tampa. Sarasota and St. I'd
ersberg, as well as from states
ranging from New York to Cali-
fornia and from Wisconsin to the
Gulf.
Salts Family Will
Manage Hotel Good
Hotel Good is now under the
management of the Salt/ family.
according to an announcement
beje by Morris Fisher, co-owner
of the hotel.
Isidore Saltz is being joined by
his two sons, Morris and Sidney,
in the operation of the Good start-
ing December 1st.
The Saltz family for 50 years
has been known for its operation
of the Mount Freedom Hotel.
Mount Freedom. New Jersey, and
for its kosher cuisine. ,
For seven days beginning No-
vember 22nd. the Builders Home
been implemented, especially those show at Bay front Park Auditorium
previsions for a transition to per- wjH exhibit everything from a com-
manent peace. I pieto house, a room or an exotic
6. Signatories of each armistice j orchid,
agreement should be called upon to] "This year, as in previous years,
enter into direct negotiations with
a view to replacement of the armis-
tice agreements by final peace set-
tlements.
Asks For Peace Call
Mr, Eban told the Council that
lie it would be wrong to prom-
ise that a call for peace by the Se-
curity Council would immediately
improve the situation, the absence
oi .uch a call would assuredly have
the gravest repercussions." This,
he said, would indicate that the
Council no longer wished to see the
main purposes of the armistice
agreements, "namely, an urgent
transition to permanent peace set-
tlements." fulfilled. "There are but
twu alternatives." the Israeli rep-
rt entatives said, "the present
siege and tension or a negotiated
pt mm settlement. Can the Security
Council be neutral or impartial be-
tween these two concepts?"
Mr. Eban charged that the ten-
sitr.s on Israel's frontier were due
i cal, economic and military siege,"
conducted by the Arab states. "The
attacks on Israel's life, property
and communications under cover of
armistice agreements are pflrpose-
ful and deliberate," he said. "They
lead inevitably to counteractions,
sorr.e of which, such as the Kibya
incident, cause a loss of innocent
life which Israel deeply regrets and
unreservedly deplores.
'The continuation of incursions
i- hound to cause constant deter-
ioration of frontier security since
Israel cannot suffer the constant
murder of its citizens," ho insist-
ed. "The solution lies in the first
place in the conclusion of peace
agreements, which would eliminate
the?e tensions at their source."
Mr. Eban charged that the arm-
istice agreements "have existed too
long and have lost their effective-
ness. He said that these agree-
ments had been "inoperative for
four years in two further vital re-
Person Places Third
In Commission Primary
High interest rates Miami has
been forced to pay for money for
public works as a result of what
he calls "unsound planning" has
been a big campaign point for Ar-
thur C. Person.
The Miami city commission can-
didate this week received 11,007
tallies to capture the third spot in
a field of 21. Person will be in
next Tuesday's runoff election, pit-
ted against the five other top fin-
ishers.
The 39-year-old investment coun-
sellor said here that he places his
interest in Miami's future "at the
discretion of the voters. I am
sure." Person added, "they will
then vote me as one of the top
three in the Tuesday decision con-
test."
ing sponsoring organization and
time and place in order to facili-
tate better planning on the part of
all groups in (he area.
The scope and variety of Jewish
events in Greater Miami is amply
demonstrated in the current Com-
munity Calendar for the months
of November and December which
lists 313 separate events sponsored
by nearly 300- clubs, and groups.
These events range.from member-
ship meetings, board meetings,
luncheons and card parties to con-
cendts. dances, discussion groups
and book reviews.
Club secretaries and program
chairmen are asked to schedule
their meetings and events with the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
for entry in the official Commu-
nity Calendar. Through this clear-
, ing-house, date conflicts can be
the Home Show will be presented j prevented and more effective plan-
with an atmosphere of refinement ning guaranteed for the groups in-
which will permit enjoyable brows-1 Volved, Weinkle explained.
ing through colorful displays that j _____________________
speak for themselves." said George p___u r*n,w #"*.;i
S (C*p) Miller, general manager Beach CltV &>"**"
Lists Board Appointees
Home Show Will Have
Array Of Local Products
The new Temple, a functional,
shell-shaped structure designed by
Percival Goodman, will occupy
25,000 square feet on Chase Ave-
nue and the waterway. Completely
an- conditioned, the main sanctu-
ary will contain 790 seats, with a
movable wall so that the over size
lounge area of 300 seats can be
incorporated.
On the west end of the lounge
will be another movable wall so
that the auditorium area can be
incorporated to make at total of
1,800 seats. The present building
will be used entirely as a Religious
School and community house after
the new structure is erected, Ell
explained.
Other members of the Construc-
tion Committee, in addition to Sil-
vers, are: Morris Alpert, Sidney
D. Ansin, Joseph L. Arkin, Louis
J. Krensky. Morry B. Morris, Ralph
Spero and Samuel Stein.
New appointees on the Miami
Beach City Planning Board are
Mrs. Frances Joseph and Gerald
Schwartz, publicity agent. They
succeed Dr. Leonard Finn and Jes-
se Weiss.
Reappointed to the board are
Louis Shafkin, Thomas Bowler, J.
H. Gardner. Siegfried Geisman,
Harry H. Cohen, Sol Goldstrom and
Morris Gold.
Also named last week bQthe
City Council is Jules Gillettejjrho
succeeds A. Ernest Woolfe on the
Public Relations Advisory Commit
Reappointed were C. W. Chase,
lerr. Sfese
and
Jr., Joe Hart, Edward Heir.
Bramson, Charles Goldberg
Morty Gottlieb.
Predict Record
Dog Race Season
Shattering all existing opening
night records, the Biscayne Dog
Track appears to be headed for
the most successful season in its
27-year history.
A crowd of 12.645 people wager-
ed $289,221 for the night's pro-
gram of ten races, topping last
year's record by more than $3,000.
As in the past, Biscayne will
conduct a split meeting. The Kail
session winds up January 5th, with
the second half resuming on April
10th and continuing through June
2nd.
More than 750 greyhounds were
nominated to run at Biscayne this
meeting by the 30 top ranking
owners making up Biscayne's Ken-
nel Roster which reads like the
Who's Who in dog racing.
With not all of the dogs school-
ed out, trials will be continued un-
til all greyhounds have the requir-
ed number of lines and have
schooled to the satisfaction of Pre-
siding Judge William Moore and
Racing Secretary Leo Hartwell.
These tests will be run Monday,
Wednesday and Friday nights im-
mediately before the regular rac-
ing program.
A gruelling half-mile marathon
contest is scheduled for. the 10th
race each Saturday night. In this
event, the dogs make two complete
turns of the track, passing the
judges' stand twice. This is one
of the longest distances covered by
racing greyhounds.
Roth Relected President
Of Fashion Mart
Nat Roth, of Miami, has been
reelected president of the Florida
Fashion Mart.
Other officers chosen were Os-
car Hacker, Jacksonville, first vice
president; Arthur Sharbel, Bir-
mingham, Alabama, second vice
president; Ralph Smith, Orlando,
secretary; and Perry Radin, Miami
Beach, treasurer.
I I \ To Borrow
S7r,. Loan Liquidation
Continued from Pass 1 A
the "final peace settlement" be-
tween Israel and the Arab states.
Senator Alexander Wiley, chair-
man of the Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, urged that "the statesman-
ship of the West must do every-
thing feasible to encourage the
Arab leaders to sit down with Is-
rael around the peace table." Sen-
ator Guy M. Gillette, senior mem-
ber of the committee, charged,
however, that the US is turning
toward "the older methods of
power politics in the Middle East
and setting aside basic principles
in favor of what are supposed to
be immediate advantages."
Rudolf G, Sonneborn, national
chairman of the United Israel Ap-
peal, told the delegates that a total
of $1,710,000,000, mainly from
Jews in the United States, is need-
ed during the coming seven years
to finance a newly formulated
"maturity plan" which will enable
Israel "to stand on its own two
feet and reach a high degree of
self-sufficiency by 1960."
Mr. Sonneborn said that more
than four-fifths of the sum must
come from the United Jewish Ap-
peal and the Israel Bond Drive,
with the balance expected from
the US grants-in-aid. An additional
$700,000,000 in foreign funds need-
ed to pay for the plan will be de-
rived from other currencies includ-
ing investments and German re-
paration payments.
Ellis Radinsky, executive direc-
tor of the United Israel Appeal, in
reporting on the 1954 budget of
UIA agencies, said that a total of
The Miami Beach Beth jICoJ
Vaad Hakashruth. of 311 Washing f
ton Avenue, this week issued J
following statement, signed tJ
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. executi.
director, and Dr. M. J Safe, chat
man: I
"The Miami Beach Beth Ja^l
Vaad Hakashruth i the \
ests of kashruth and of our Jewtiil
community wishes to call
tention to a new "fad" on Miami
Beach. '
In a number of stores one (| 1,
on display signs stating that*kash-|
er and non-kosher" products are!
on sale. These signs are not j.|
dences of kashruth observance, but!
quite the contrary They *J
warnings that non kosher a2
ucts are being sold on the prtnfc
es. The purchaser therefore i
be on guard wherever he sees u_
a sign since he may be purchatijj
non-kosher products.
The Miami Beach Kosher Koedl
ordinance, as well as the Vaad ]"
kashruth supervision, are a pn>|
tection to the consumer where the]
word "kosher" alone is useij
Neither of them can guarantejl
kashruth where the -it>n "kosher*|
and "non-kosher" is displayed.
The Miami Beach Beth Jaotd
Vaad Hakashruth therefore urietl
that consumers look for the ajjl
of endorsement of the Vaad cm the]
premises before they purehusl
kosher meats. This sign is eriJ
dence of constant and adequate!
supervision for kashruth. Oa|r]
such poultry as bears the kosher I
metal ring with the initials BJC |
is endorsed by the Vaad.
Whenever in doubt the consum-l
er is urged to consult with tst]
chairman or executive director I
the Vaad Hakashruth."
Nome For Children
Makes Local Canvass
Communal leaders associated
with the Miami Beach Home and
Training School for Jewish Chil-
dren are now making a canvass of j $92,720,000 is the "basic, minimum
the area to determine the number | SUm needed to carry out the bar-
of mentally disturbed children est essentials of the development
Aronovitz Is Top
Man In Primary
Continued from Pag* 1 A
7,880; and B. E Hearn, Sr, 7.390.|
According to observers here, ta
outcome was apparent almost iron|
the first tabulations. Aronovi
early moved up to pass
who had taken a slight lead it I
start and retained his posiuea d\
top man until the official
counting was completed at 8:15 J
p.m.
"I don't think it is important tj
the destiny of any candidate that!
he is elected," AronoviU said, afr
ter it became apparent that tal
high-man victory was assured "Ball
it is extremely important to thel
destiny of Miami that good. cwn-|
petent men be elected."
The three high men in nextTues-l
day's runoff will be seated on the I
city commission along with hold-
overs Mayor Chelsie J SenerenuJ
and Commissioner H. Leslie C
The first and second finishers
the runoff will get four-year ter
with the top man. by tradition. I
coming Miami's mayor A two-ye
term will go to the third place fa
isher.
whose parents may desire to enroll
them in the new organization.
A non-profit organization, the
home will offer instructional facil-
ities for mentally retarded and
emotionally disturbed children in
a full-day schedule augmented by
living in quarters for those par-
ents who desire that added serv-
ice.
Appointments may be made with
Mrs. Ella Wallman. 1525 Euclid Av-
enue, Miami Beaoh, or at Room
442. 420 Lincoln Road.
Officers include Alfred Lesser,
1st vice president and executive
director; Max Paul, 2nd vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Wallman. treasurer;
Hyman Lake, legal advisor and sec-
retary; Albert Stone, chairman of
the Board of Directors; Jordan
Davidson, co-chairman: and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. spiritual advisor.
The home was recently char-
tered by Judge Marshall C. Wise-
heart. It will meet at the Black-
stone Hotel on Monday evening,
November 23rd.
program in Israel." The largest
unit of expenditure in 1954, Radin-
sky said, is the agricultural devel-
opment program which will cost
$50,050,000, or "well over half the
total budget."
Handbook On Jewish
Music Is Published
NEW YORK Publication of a
70-page handbook containing criti-
cal reviews of more than 175 re-
cordings of secular and literurgical
Jewish music was announced this
week by the National Jewish Music
Council sponsored by the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
Rabbi Emanuel Green, Council
chairman, said that the handbook
is intended as a guide for "the
lover of Jewish music, its students
and producers." It contains apprais-
als of recordings of music by Leon-
ard Bernstein, Ernest Bloch, Dar-
ius Milhaud, Sergei Prokofiev and
Maurice Ravel.
Month Summary Show^
Arab Border Breeches
Continued from P9 *
away the guards' weapons. An I
rael patrol encountered armed M
filtrators from Jordan who pen
trated Israel in the neighbor!
of Beit Govrin.
November 7thAn Israel so"
was kidnapped and killed hy bin
tian soldiers. Another Israel sl
dier was wounded but escaped. i I
body of the Israel soldier return?
by the Egyptians was "ddl<* ,
bullets fired from one -meter'wm \
and had cuts in the back and *
ach. The incident occurred *
an Israel three-man border v
stopped to exchange cigarettes
conversation with an BpS'
trol. Suddenly a second grour-
Kgyptian soldiers appeal*0
opened fire. ....
November h-Armed niu.
tors crossed the Lebanon j
and attacked the Israel sett J
of Malkia with automatic ^
an attempt to penetrate i
lage. One watchman was wu


ty NOVEMBER 20. 1953
I AM. Leaders Leave For Washington
Attend 40th Anniversary Celebration
irge .1 Talianoff, member of hour on Monday, November 23rd
from f to 8 p.m., it has been an-
nounced by Mitchell Wolfson,
president of station WTVJ.
Among the prominent national
leaders planning to attend the
40th anniversary dinner in Wash-
ington, D. C, in addition to the
President, will be Bernard Baruch,
Henry Ford 2nd, Attorney General
Herbert Brownell, FBI Director J.
Edgar Hoover, Supreme Court Jus-
tices Tom Clark, William O. Doug-
las, Felix Frankfurter, Robert
Jackson and Sherman Minton.
The Anti-Dafamation League of
B'nai B'rith was founded in 1913
by Sigmund Livingston, a young
attorney from Bloomington, Il-
linois, who spent much of the latter
years of his life in Hollywood,
Florida.
"Anti-Defamation League Na
-I Commission; E. Albert Pal-
[membor of the Executive Com-
L District Grand Lodge No.
I'oai B'rith; and Gilbert J. Bal-
pioriHa ADL director, are in
thington. D. C, this weekend at-
ding the annual meetings of the
H, National Commission being
j at the Mayflower Hotel there.
ommenmration of the 40th an-
Lrsary of the Anti-Defamation
^,e of B'nai B'rith will high-
the four-day meetings, com-
bing on Friday, November
f On Monday, November 23rd,
[President Dwighl Eisenhower
J dinner being tendered in hon-
\i the ADL by the National
I of Governors of B'nai B'rith,
fcour-long specially prepared
hsion program will be telecast
111 four major television net-
ks.
rature of the telecast will be
presentation to President
ght D Kisenhower of the ADL's
lul America's Democratic Leg-
|Award. The President will ac-
I the award during the course
: vTORrari). which will be de-
to the achievements in civil
ties and civil rights in our
idurine the past lerty far ^television program Is'being
uced by Kichard Rodgers and
Hammerstein 2nd. Promi-
leaders of government and
|nal affairs, as well as stars of
screen, radio and TV will
^r on the program.
telecast will be carried in
i by Jtation WTVJ for the full
Today, the League Mas a New
York headquarters and.28 regional
offices in the United States. It is
governed by local and national
Boards of Directors that involve
the participation of 2,000 Jewish
community leaders. It is staffed by
200 professional specialists and
clerical workers, has a volunteer
force of 10,000 persons organized
in more than 1,000 ADL commit-
tees, and it spends $2,000,000 a
year on a program that embraces
every facet of mass education for
developing better intergroup rela-
tions among the races and creeds
of America.
The League maintains its Florida
Regional offices with headquarters
at 330 Seybold Building, Miami.
Flagler Luncheon To
Be Held On Monday
The Women's Group of Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Center
will hold its first luncheon of the
season on Monday, November 23rd,
12:30 p.m., at the Center building.
Mrs. Leon Bernard and the Lunch-
eon Committee, consisting of the
Mesdames Aaron Shapiro, Hy Cov-
erman and Berry Clein, are in
charge of the menu. Mah Jong and
cards will follow.
__________^j___d-------UM imi
Mrs. Hagen Is Hostess
The Sisterhood and Junior
League of Agudth Israel Hebrew
Institute will hold a joint meeting
to elect officers for the coming
year on Tuesday evening, Novem-
ber 23rd, at 8 p.m. The meeting is
slated for the Ocean Surf Hotel.
Mrs. Isaac Hagen will act a hostess.
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OFF TO WASHINGTON, D.C.: Shown planning their visit
to Washington, D.C., this weekend to attend the national cele-
bration of the 40th anniversary of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith are (left to right) George J. Talianoff, ADL na-
tional commissioner; E. Albert Pallot, member of the Executive
Committee of District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith; and Gil-
bert J. Balkin, Florida ADL director.
Record Attendance At
Art Show On Beach
A record attendance has marked
the exhibition under the auspices
of the Miami Beach National Art
Week Committee at the Sea I,le
Gallery of Contemporary Art in
conjunction with the most recent
celebration of National Art Week.
The show, considered by many
observers as one of the most out-
standing in the area, was attended
by some 500 persons, including
many visitors for the bankers' con-
vention held here.
Ballots cast during the two-week
exhibition resulted in the follow-
ing awards: First prize, in, oils, a
portrait called Contemplation, by
Reyna Ullman Youngerman; sec-
ond prize, a water color called
Rain-washed, by Emilie Holt; and
third. Night And A Cat, by Clayton
Charles.
Among hostesses in attendance
at the show were Sama Zeldin, Mil-
dred Bailey, Bess Scherman -and
May Schwartz. In charge of arange-
ments was Zena Posever.
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Mizraehi Plan*
Member Drive;
Lenders Xnmetl
The Greater Miami Mizrachi Or-
ganization, reorganized at a special
meeting last week at the David
Whitman Hall, Miami Beach, ap-
pointed a temporary committee to
plan an intensive program for the
community under the sponsorship
of the Mizrachi Organization of
America.
Selected as leaders were Eman-
uel Lackey, temporary chairman;
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, secretary;
Sum Schachno, financial secretary;
and Israel Diamond. William Mech-
lowitz. Hertz Weiss, Samuel Kein-
hardt. Abraham Selevan. Eli Gech-
nian and Nathan Ginsburg, com-
mittee members.
On Saturday evening, the com-
mittee met at the Strath Haven
Hotel and moved to launch a mem-
bership drive here. The drive will
start with dedicating a special
Saturday in Greater Miami during
which all Orthodox Rabbis will
preach on the role Mizrach Organ-
ization plays in Israel and in the
world.
The special Saturday has been
tentatively selected as December
the 5th. and in the evening the
traditional Melavah Malka. cele-
brating the installation of the new
slate of officers will take place in
the Strath Haven Hotel. Nathan
Ginshurg, owner-manager of the
Strath Haven Hotel, will act as
host for the evening.
Lackey announced this week that
on Tuesday evening. November
24th. at 8 p.m., a special meeting
and final election of officers will
take place in the Strath Haven.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer flank the
educational director of Temple Beth Sholom. Sydney J. Green-
berg, at the Oneg Shabbat given by the PTA on Friday eve-
ning, in honor of Mr. Greenberg on the occasion of his com-
pletion of 25 years of service to Jewish educaOta. Congratu-
latory messages were received from prominent figures in
Jewish education, including Dr. Emanuel Gamoran, of the
Commission on Education of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations; Dr. Abe Gannes, of the Philadelphia Council
on Jewish Education; Dr. Leo L. Honor, of the Dropsie College
for Hebrew and Cognate Learning; Dr. Mordecai Halevi, of
the United Hebrew Schools and Yeshivos of Philadelphia; and
Dr. Louis L. Kaplan, executive director of the Board of Jewish
Education of Baltimore.
West Miami Sets Chanukah Workshop
Silverman Named Impress
Catering Manager; ffovacs To
Head Hotel Coffee Shop
Gerald Kowal, vice president of
the International Company, Inc.,
has announced the appointment of
Irving J. Silverman as catering
manager of the Empress Hotel. At
the same time. Gary Kovacs was
named manager of the Empress
Coffee Shop.
Silverman, for the past nine
years catering manager of New
York's Belmont Plaza Hotel, is
known in restaurant circles as the
man who attended 5.000 wed-
dings." His initial plans for the
Empress include the introduction
of a complete catering consulting
Mn ice to accommodate the social
functions of guests and conven-
tions.
Kovacs, an industrial engineer
specializing in restaurant opera-
tion, comes to the Empress follow-
ing two years as opener of Hut-
ton's Ad Lib Restaurant in New
York. Earlier. Kovacs opened the
Saxony's Noshery, moving into the
managerial assignments of the Mar-
seilles Hotel and Wolfie's. all on
Miami Beach. ____________
A Chanukah Workshop will be
held at the West Miami Jewish
Center during the week preceding
Chanukah.
On Monday, November 23rd. Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman will speak to
parents of Hebrew and Sunday
School students on the significance
of Chanukah, with an explanation
of the holiday's symbols and cus-
toms.
Louis Sehwartzman. director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will explain the significance of
Chanukah by use of a film strip
relating the American struggle for
independence to the Maccabean
struggle for religious freedom.
O n Tuesday, November 24th,
Murray Sparaga will conduct a ses-
sion on home decorations. And on
Wednesday, Mrs. Helen Semmel-
macher will conduct a cookery
class on Chanukah recipes.
All sessions will commence at
7:30 p.m.
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Maul Industries. Inc.. gathered at
noon Sunday in Crandon Park and
Virginia Beach for the building
supply company's annual chicken
barbecue outing.
The day's program of fun, food
and frolic included a driver's con-
test, sack race for children be-
tween the ages of eight and 12
years, introduction of Maule execu-
tives and the awarding of contest
prizes and serving of barbecued
chicken dinner.
Preacher Rollo and his Dixieland
Band furnished music for dancing.
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+Je*istnr>rkttari
PAGE 11 A
ount Sinai Hospital Quiet, On Guard
Jewish FloridUn Feature
rhe city still sleeps, and a sur-
n si,.ps into a green uniform
[Mount Sinai Hospital. His busi-
suil hangs in^i locker behind
On chairs about sit other sur-
n, also in green suits, waiting
l. called. Fatigue lies along
rir outstretched legs and in fing-
i hdliiiny one final cigarette. The
jygcon goes to the scrub room,
Liu>s his hands and forearms and
Los rapidly into the operating
km. On a table, beneath a giant
[rabola of light, lies a woman
ep. He is greeted by the at-
g surgeon,
anesthetist monitors the
gn's heart through a stetho-
ipc. His hat and gloves ad just-
J the surgeon reaches for a tray
(instruments handed to him by
scrub nurse. They have just
ne from central supply and a
orbed steam autoclave which
Jrks around the clock, making
\m sterile for operating room
begins. An incision is made
khtly below the navel and ex-
iling longitudinally downward.
patient"s perineum, the region
|uded in the outlet of the pel-
is exposed. An obstruction
made her condition critical,
obstruction is removed, the
fineum sewed together in over-
ling fashion so as to insure
Mg -car tis-ue and the incision
ked, Time for the operation is
card <>f two hours. The surgeon
Rres. Through the glass panel of
Mher operating room, he sees
of his colleagues bent over,
skoil and hatted, working.
\rn\ no it goes, hour after hour,
lilt Sinai Hospital is a large,
nmmg city with but one excep-
. Cities sleep late at night and
early in the dawn. Mount Si-
never sleeps. It is on constant
id. It is a depository, for the
O's sick and hurt. It is the new
for youth born, at any hour
"... this humming metropolis never closes its doors and never
sleeps ." Center is a surgeon performing an operation in
one of Mount Sinai's operating rooms. At his side, stands a
scrub nurse with instruments. Far right is the circulating
nurse who brings equipment from store shelves and central
supply. In the foreground sits an anesthetist monitoring the
patient's blood pressure, pulse and heart beat.
a service which often the commu-
She is one of many such patients pJrtj. ,.fjye patients had entered
' Mount .Sinai during an eight-hour
pfettod. Of that number, only one
wfll be expected to part-pay for
I a symbol of help fo^t^o^e^y, ,#fcjs diabetic (and that she is kpl 'Wfe services 'reifaercd him. Oh his
fill its dinics._It js_a .school, lQ_aaj}ar .at.'Mount Sinai oh record is written:' Allow time fof
prating on the principle that a
pital's purpose is health rather
illness. It is a center of re-
ch into the yet dnknown hori-
; of medicine.
(These are all the things that
ke up Mount Sinai Hospital on
kmi Beach. And there are many
ft. Each year, thousands of per-
enter the hospital for help.
ne stay for several days, weeks
even months. Others appear for
[patient examination on a per-
basis. No one is turned away.
wall papered private rooms
t. the well-attended wards, the
wicy quartan these are
the heart of Mount Sinai. The
nanity that staffs ,ituV iHrtilu-
and virtually enlivens it is the
r of its vitality and the ambi-
i for its future*. Jt is a dedicated
nanity. Only in a hospital can
he so profoundly impressed
| the essential frailty of the
Bui when those who work
. hospital give to their labors
pint of invincibility the impres-
of frailty disappears. That
["cation brings hope, allays fear
Performs for the community
nity accepts casually and fails to
appreciate to the fullest extent.
The hushed lighting Ifepfoupt
Sinai's halls, nurses and*- Orderlies
hurrying silently to and fro, the
unadorned workrooms on its low-
est floors these make up the
heart of Mount Sinai. The deter-
mination to soothe pain and con-
quer illness lies in the hurry and
the silence. A woman sits in an
out-patient clinic. She reads a book
with ease and assurance. Soon, her
turn will come to be examined.
attending Mount Sinai's dozen-odd
clinics. When approached, ffclte
looks up and smiles. She
e says thit
she is lorn
monthly basis. "I pay $2.75," she
says, "for each examination."
This includes blood count, blood
sugar, urinalysis and a host of oth-
er tests, as well as a general physi-
cal check up. Her examination is
one of some 500 made in the hos
pital's clinics each month.
Perhaps the most heavily attend-
ed is. Tuesday's pre-natal clinic,
where some 50 women are seen.
"Where will I take my baby when
it is born?" an expectant mother
wonders. She frequents Mount
Sinai's pre-natal clinic, but she will
be on her own after delivery. Im-
munization, periodic examination
and diet care are all beyond her
means. This woman, and countless
others, will now no longer have
to worry. Mount Sinai opened its
well-baby clinic for the first time
on Wednesday She will continue
as one of the hospital's part-pay or
completely free patients.
Why this concern -for medical
care in the community, and who
will foot the bill? Fees at the clinic
are determined by professional so-
cial service workers, and a good
part of the time there is no charge
to the patient at all. Sometimes,
the fee is token fifty cents or a
dollar or two dollars and it is
most often paid over a long period.
The answer lies in the fact that the
communal good is the hospital's
prime consideration and that oper-
ating expenses must be thought
about last. This principle prevails
throughout Mount Sinai at large.
Of 147 adult persons occupying
beds in the hospital last week. 30
were service patients receiving
medical care without charge. As
of Thursday, November 12th, 2
lT0n> babies, just tagged with identification bracelets, lie
'^ir "cribs." Above, are premature infanta in incubators.
11 Sinai owned ita wvU-baby clinic far the first time
fWiay.
payment." Apart from the clinic,
this means that roughly 25 percent
of patients hospitalized at Mount
Sinai receive free attention. Last
year, 13 cardiac operations were
performed there. Men and wom-
en, who could not move before, are
now holding responsible positions
of employment and enjoying ex-
cellent health as a result.
Mount Sinai officials calculate
that these operations cost approxi-
mately $2,500 each. Not one cent
has been turned back to the hos-
pital to cover this phenomenal ex-
pense. But its staff has tJB satis-
faction of knowing that r*Cs per-
forming an unparalleled sijvicc to
the community. Thus, inj^nother
wing of the hospital, sit student
nurses Who attend its School of
Practical Nursing. They have just
come from their dormitories,
freshened by sleep in their com-
fortable rooms. One group learns
the mathematics used by physici-
ans and pharmacists. Another
pays strict attention to the formu-
lation of the day-by-day require-
ments of a nurse. Still another
works over beds with mannikins
in them and cradles with doll in-
fants. A fourth prepares special-
ized diets to be eaten by persons
suffering from illnesses requiring
individual food intake. These
women are the nurses of tBmorrow,
studying in the only school in the
State of Florida that is an integral
part of a hospital. Some day. they
may be called upon to aid the hos-
pital's 12 interns and 11 residents
graduate medical students going
into higher training.
Mount Sinai's residents work in
in the fields of pathology, radi-
ology, anesthesia, medicine, sur-
gery and obstetrics and gynecology.
"Here is a hospital with but a few
short years of existence behind it
and already recognized as a post
graduate training and research cen-
ter," one hospital executive proud-
ly puts it. "We had to be good to
get there so quickly."
Far below, at the bottom of the
building, are laboratories in ser-
ology, bacteriology, hematology,
chemistry and histopathology.
Where the tropical breezes of Bis-
cayne Bay do'not enter, and where
no sound of the scratching palm
frond is heard, a lone sign of Mi-
ami Beach and the city is a coconut
holding the door open to one of
these laboratories. Here is the cen-
ter of Mount Sinai's research and
the battleground to uncover yet
unknown medical secrets. Here
functions the true principle of the
hospital the will td cope with
health rather than with disease.
This city, this humming metrop-
olis never closes its doors and nev-
er sleeps. Receiving little applause
from those it often helps, it goes
its quiet way studying, teach-
ing, ministering to the sick and comic books on youth.
offering hope. That all needing at-
tention are welcome is attested to
by the fact that a bright ward main-
tains facilities for indigent Negro
patients. This is if'Hemarkable ad-
vance in human relations taken by
Greater Miami's Jewish commu-
nity and Mount Sinai Hospital.
Home Auxiliary
Plans Member Party
A life membership party and
fashion show will be sponsored by
the Women's Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged on Decem-
ber 7th, it has been announced by
Mrs. Sol Silverman, Auxiliary
president.
Named as co chairmen of the so-
cial event are Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer and Mrs. David Phillips.
Mrs. Phillips is vice president and
chairman of the Auxiliary's Ways
and Means Committee. The fash-
ion show will be supervised and
directed by Ruth Mook and will
feature fashions of today and to-
morrow.
Tentative plans call for a goal
of 150 life members according to
Mrs. Phillips.
The Women's Auxiliary con-
tributes each year towards main-
tenance of the Jewish Home for the
Aged and also plays a major role
in the Home's current building
campaign t Unit \\\*i. will alleviate crowded
conditions and provide accommo-
dations for the bed-ridden aged.
Daddies' Club
Off Aeademv
To lllpti Officers
The Daddies; Club of the He-
brew Academy will hold its third
annual election on Monday eve-
ning, November 23rd, at 8 p.m.,
Irving Firtel, president, disclosed
this week.
Presenting the slate of officers
for the roming year will be David
Seid, chairman of the Nominations
Committee.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Dr. David Rothenberg,
child psychologist. Prominent in
civic affairs and a member of the
Miami Beach Optimist Club. Dr.
Rothenberg will speak on ways of
combating the influence of horror
Firtel. who is also president of
the Optimist Club, stated that Dr.
Rothenberg's talk is in keeping
with the current drive being
launched by the Florida Optimists
"to ban this gruesome literature
from the newstands of our com-
munity."
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Conservative Synagogues Urged To
Inspire Jews To Religious Activity
An explicable and understand-1 ly rivalry with the views of other
able body of rules for ethical liv-1 religious and secular bodies. When
ing and spiritual conduct that will; the synagogue is so basic, as is
be attractive to modern Jewry- was the case tody in American Jewish
life, we in effect proclaim that we
not a religious com-
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader, officiated.
urged Sunday by Maxwell Abbell,
Of Chicago, president of the United Jews are
Synagogue of America, at the open- munity."
ing session of the organizations, -r0 attract youth. Abbell declar-
convention held in the Miami pd. the synagogues must be a
Beach Jewish Center. More than house of study as well as of prayer.
500 leaders of Conservative Juda- He added that it is heartening to
ism from all parts of the country-. him to see many new congrega-
participating in the gathering. tions being formed largely of
Abbell pointed out that in this; young people,
respect little has been done and
much must be done to avoid losing
many people from the Jewish re-
ligious tradition and heritage.
'Every Jew." he said, "should as-
sociate himself with a synagogue,
and its teachings should be an act
ing influence in the lives of men
and women who furnish Jewish
communal leadership.
"The synagogue should bring re
ligious Jewish traditional ideals
into fruitful operation on the
American scene." Abbell con-
tinued. "Problems which we share
with our non-Jewish neighbors
should be studied by synagogue
grmpa and their conclusions put on
the free market of ideas in friend-
Dov Chapter Has Party
Rose Pertes. president of Dov
Chapter. Mizrachi Women, an-
nounces that the group will hold
a luncheon and card party on Mon-
day. November 23rd. 12:30 p.m..
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Sobel, 1478 SW 2nd Street.
Proceeds are for the Children's
Village in Camp Ranana. Israel.
Addie Candy Finn Formed
Ben Diamond, formerly of An-
dre. Inc.. has purchased the retail
division of the Andre Company.
Miami Beach, and will operate as
sole owner with a change in firm
name to Addie Candies it was an-
nounced this week.
Hebrew School Sisterhood
Schedules Membership Tea
Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will hold !
its annual membership tea in the j
social hall of the synagogue on
Tuesday, November 24th, at 1:30
p.m.
Mrs. Simon April is in charge of !
the program which will be high-
lighted by a musical skit. Partici-
pating are the Mesdames Philip
Bendel. Michael Fiedler, Herbert
Hutner. Berele Kelemer, David
Meltzer. Max Newberger, Robert
Schweitzer, Jack Stone and Wil-
liam Weintraub..
Mrs. Irvin Sirkin and Sam Her-
man are in charge of refreshments.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 19
I Sholem Lodge Sche^,
j Dinner Meeting Monde.
Sholem Looge. B'nai Brith wL
hold a dinner meeting on SLZ1
November 23rd. 6 p.* d$
riety Club, Security Building u
ami. it has been announced bv i
ward Roth, Lodge president
The meeting will be dedicated I
the 40th anniversary oi the An
Defamation League of B'nai B't
and will feature the telecast oft,
ADL 40th anniversary program I
ing shown over Station WTVJ:
7 to 8 p.m., that night.
Reservations to attend the
ner may be made by conta
Roth or Edward S. Klein,
financial secretary.
Kabbi Abrakmm Cossef
Rabbi Cassel Resumes
Late Friday forum Series
Kneseth Israel Congn gatl >n will
n hum its evening forunu and
service on Fridaj evening, Novem-
ber 20th. ;it 8:15 p.m Rabbi Abra-
ham M piritual leader of
the congregation. DM made prep-
arations for a series of lectures in
the field of religion and mental
health.
Rabbi Cassel. who is also a grad-
uate psychologist, will discus
Mental Health In The Bible. The
Blessings Of A Nervous Break-
down. Judaism And Modern Psy-
chotherapy and Religious Practices
And Mental Health. He has also
planned as his main series during
the winter Psychoanalysis Of Great
Biblical Characters and My Travels
Throughout Israel.
The latter will be discussed with
facts and figures based on the re-
cent extended stay of the Rabbi in
l.-rael.
Rabbi Cassel is a graduate of
Yeshiva University and received
his graduate degree in Psychology
and Mental Hygiene at Columbia
University. He has also completed
his formal work towards the Doc-
torate in Psychology and at pres-
ent is gathering research material
for his dissertation.
For two years, he conducted a
free psychological clinic in the
study at Kneseth Israel for those
of every faith who cannot afford
the services of a private councel
lor. Last year, he conducted the
radio program called. The Guide
To The Perplexed.
Hialeah Center To Burn
Mortgage On Sunday
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will hold a
mortgage burning on Sunday eve
ning. November 22nd. at 8 p.m.
Honored will be Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Gelvan. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
spiritual leader of Beth David'
Synagogue, will be principal speak-
er. Rabbi Harry Ettinger will offi-
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1953
SEC. B
purvey Reveals Reformed1
Jewish Attitudes on Ritual
ST. LOUIS (JTAThe 15th bien-
Ljal convention of the National
federation of Temple Brother-
koouS last week heard a report on
The a'titude of Reform Jews in this
lountry toward intermarriage, Jew-
ish education, religious ceremonies
Ind .-wiagogue observances. The
[epoii. based on a survey conduct-
ed by the National Federation
imor..: members of Reform con-
negations; established the follow-
| ICtS!
1 Virtually all of America's Re-
l<,rm lews want religious education
or their children. The survey re-
seated that 66 percent want one
Hay a week; 22 percent, two days;
tight percent, three days, and four
fcercent. four days.
2. Almost 75 percent want their
Children to be taught Hebrew; 51
ercent want one day of Hebrew
Education a week; 34 percent, two
Pays: and 15 percent want more.
Dnly one out of U American Re-
form Jews believes in Jewish paro-
chial or day schools.
3. Bar Mitzvah. the traditional
hte of inducting a boy of 13 into
the congregation, is practiced in
varying degrees in 92 percent of
Ihe Reform temples, and 77 per
pent of the laymen answering the
poll endorse this practice. The re-
cently instituted rite of Bas Mitz-
vah for girls has spread to the ex-
lent that it is now observed in 35
percent of Reform congregations,
land 41 percent of the Reform
Bewi answering the poll endorse
this practice. More than 60 percent
|oi the Reform temples confirm
(their children at the age o* 15 or
older.
4. Eighty four percent of the
Dngregationa light candles at" Fri-
ll] evening sen-ices, and an even
greater percentage of the laymen,
percent, want this practice.
Eighty nine percent of the Rabbis
Report that the Kiddush is sung in
Jheir temples, and 88 percent of
the laymen like this practice.
5 A Friday night Torah service,
lii non traditional practice, is con-
ducted by 58 percent of the Rib-
Ibis reporting, but 77 percent of the
Hymen reporting approve' this
|practice.
6. Another non-traditional prac-
tice, having women assist in the
religious service, is observed by
182 percent of the Rabbis, and 72
Ipercent of the laymen approve.
[However, in only 21 percent of the
[congregations are women called up
[to share in the reading of the
IJorah. and only 37 percent of the
Maynx-n approve this. A large ma-
jority believes that men should as-
sist in the Torah service.
Views On Marriage
With regard to marriage cere-
I monies, the survey showed that 56
Percent of American Reform Jews
Prefer that marriages be held in
the temple, as against 29 percent in
'he home and 15 percent in public
Places. Eighty-four percent would
P-anction a marriage of a Jew with
a former Christian who has con-
verted to Judaism. However, 53
Percent are opposed to marriages
between Jews and unconverted
I "-hristians.
Only 24 percent Would insist
|^Po^the use of a chuppah for a
[Delegates To Be Honored
Mrs Anna Sorin Bild and Mrs.
*era Zeltzer will be honored at a
meeting of the Pioner Women, Gol-
< Myerson Club, on Tuesday eve-
n'^. November 24th, 8:15 p.m., in
I ,ne c ongregation Beth El auditor-
ium.
Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president,
*[ *' Were delegates to the Pioneer
n,rPn's convention recently held
'"Washington. D. C.
They will render their report to
e c:ol(|a Myerson Club during the
(vtniog.
wedding, and only 16 percent
would ask the Rabbi to wear a hat
during the wedding. Forty percent
would expect that a glass be brok-
en at the ceremony. Only four per-
cent believe that a religious di-
vorce is necessary, in addition to a
civil divorce. Seventeen percent of
those replying said they would em-
ploy only a mohel for circumci-
sion. Forty-three percent said they
would insist upon a Ribbi being
present if a surgeon were em-j
ployed.
Also revealed in the survey is
the large number of people who
indicate that they attend temple
services weekly. In fact, the same
number of Reform Jews now at-
tend services weekly, namely 31
percent, as attend monthly, and
the percentage attending occasion-
ally 'is much smaller, 26 percent,
and those who attend solely on the
high holidays, only 12 percent. Fri-
day evening services are now con-
ducted in the congregations of 92
percent of those reporting; 48 per-
cent worship on Saturday morning,
and eight percent on Sunday morn-
ing.
The survey reveals that 59 per-
cent of Reform families say a bless-
ing over the candles in their homes
on Sabbath eve; 26 percent make
Kiddush; 18 percent say grace be-
fore meals, but only four percent
after meals. Only seven percent
say a prayer on awakening in the
morning, but 33 percent pray at
night before retiring. Only two
percent use phylacteries. Only
eight percent keep kosher house-
holds; 20 percent won't mix milk
and meat; 24 percent won't eat
pork, but only eight percent won't
eat shellfish.
pn the Sabbath, the vast major-
ity of Reform Jews, 88 percent,
keep their businesses open, 90 per-
cent work, 99 percent ride and 82
percent smoke. Seventy-four per-
cent have a seder in their homes
on Passover eve. 93 percent eat
Matzoh during Passover, but 59
percent also eat bread. Twenty-one
percent of the Reform Jews re-
ported that they have Christmas
trees at home, but only 54 percent
are opposed to this practice. On
the other hand, 81 percent kindle
Chanukah lights in their homes,
and 75 percent exchange Chanukah
gifts. Forty-seven percent have
M'zuzzahs on the doors of their
homes.
George T. Newell (left), vice president of the Manufacturers
Trust Company, and Harold W. Rasmussen (right), vice presi-
dent of the Marine Midland Trust Company, accompanied by
Gottlieb Hammer (center), executive director of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, sailed for Israel aboard the Holland
America Liner. Nieuw Amsterdam. They will be joined en-
route by H. Harold Whitman, vice president of the National
City Bank, and Max E. Gevers, assistant vice president of the
Bankers Trust Company. The four New York banks accepted
the invitation of the Jewish Agency to send senior officials to
Israel to evaluate the Agency's activities and advise on the
formulation of its financial policy.
Israel Opens First Free Port At Kishon
Reading left to right, Mrs. Ben Lebow, counselor Mrs. Davp
Alper, president, and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, program chairman,
review results of the annual membership brunch of Miami
Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, held by its Board of
Directors on Tuesday at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Mrs. Herman
Stern was chairman of the affair. Mrs. Helen Sanders, mem-
bership chairman, presented Menorah pins to new members.
Featured was Cantor Aaron Weingarten, of Beth David Con-
gregation.
NEW YORK Twenty-five year
leases in the free zone and cargo
handling area of the Kishon De-
velopment, Israel's first free port,
are now available, it was reported
in the current issue of Economic
Horizons, monthly publication of
1 the Jewish Agency here. An in-
dustrial area adjacent to the free
zone is also being developed.
Leases in this area run for 49
years, according to the report. All
leases carry options for renewal.
Offers for the use of any part of
the free port area, or for any form
of concession, are invited by the
Israel Government.
The over-all project, located at
the mouth of the Kishon River east
of Haifa harbor, calls for the estab-
lishment of five canals connected
to the outer Kishon harbor which
is formed by a breakwater jutting
into Haifa Bay.
The first stage of the develop-
ment program, including the con-
struction of the breakwater and
the first section of the main canal,
was recently completed, Economic
Horizons reported. Road and rail
connections, as well as power and
water installations, have been pro
vided.
Initial free zone, cargo handling
and industrial areas, all located
along the canal, are available for
immediate use.
Reform Leaders
Set Drive Goal
NEW YORK A national goal
for 1953-54 of $2,195,000 to
strengthen Jewish religious life in
the United States and to advance
the cause of American Reform Ju-
daism was unanimously adopted
last week at a dinner meeting of
Reform Jewish leaders from all
parts of the country, held in New
York City.
Dr. Samuel S. Hollender, of Chi-
cago, was named general chairman
of the combined campaign which
will seek to raise the S2.195,000 by
undertaking special campaigns in
the 400 cities in the United States
and Canada in which Reform Jew-
ish congregations exist.
The funds will be used to pro-
vide the annual maintenance serv-
ices of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, national par-
ent body of Reform Jewish Con-
gregations, and the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Relig-
ion, oldest Jewish theological col-
lege in America.
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WNOVEMBER
Helen Schneider
Is Southeastern
ZOA Director
The Zionist Organization of Am
,TW this-JJpcck tnno^ced *iat
Helen Huth Schneider will Uftime
'he post of executive director of
'he Southeastern Zionist Region.
She .succeeds Irving Abramowtiz.
who has been in the post for the
paist two year~.
Born in Chicago. Miss Schneider
I Dropsie College PhD
I Candidates In Israel
PHILADELPHIAThis year, for
the first time, candidates for the
PhD degree in the Institute for Is-
r'"''flint.1' MiMlP East "' ""'
Dropsie^nillege here are conduct-
ing field investigation- in Israel in
preparation for their Doctoral
thc-i -
Sylvia Pulls and Ida S. Cohen
are. spending the year in 1-rjel.
after which they will return to
| the College to submit their theses.
Other PhD candidates are plan-
ning to go to Israel next year, while
additional candidates are prepar
ine their PhD theses in this coun
try
The 1953 1954 academic year of
the Institute for Israel and the
Middle East opened in October
with impudent additional offer-
ings in thajcurnculum The pro-
gram now aJKercil by the Institute
comprises courses in the History'
of the Middle East, the Anthropo-
logy of the Area. Sociology. Poli-
tical Science. Languages and Liter-
ature. These courses constitute
what is probably the most com-
plete and well-rounded interdiscip-
linary area study of the Middle
East conducted in the United
States
Mils Helen SckntHtr
received her education in local
schools there an'l ii i graduate oi
College of Jewish studies and
the American Conservator) ol Mu-
ic.
Hi r intensive experience in the
movement include- her as-
in with the Zionist Organize-
ol Aroerii... Jewish National
. ind, the Chicago offices ol th-'
-iilali- ol Israel and the Stati
"t Israel Bonds, she also served as
DC of the directors of activities
for the Conservative Synagogue
1th Movement in Chicago. Ju-t
previous to her taking the post
th the Southeastern Region. llaM
sehneidcr was director of the New
York State Region of ZOA.
Mr. Abramowitz has been trans-
fered to Syracuse. New York,
where he will take up the post of
director of the New York State
Region.
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Carmen Jones staking-to the
road in its second" concert tour
Muriel Rahn. star of the Broadway
production, will be featured in this
streamlined version of the Billy
Rose Oscar Hammerstein success.
Prominent in the cast will be
Kelsey Pharr, Jr., native Miamian
and a graduate o| Northwestern
University. He is also a former
member of the Delta Rhythm Boys
Quartette. Another prominent cast
member Will be Avon Long who
is best known for his inimitable
characterization of Sporting Life
in I'orgy And Bess. Others in the
cast include Lawrence Watson.
William Dillard. Coletta Warren.
Audrey Vanerpool. Jay F. Riley
and Lucia Hawkins.
The production was adapted and
staged by Dick Campbell who will
act as tour manager. Nat Debin
produced and Muriel Rahn super-
vised the costumes.
Miss Rahn will appear at Dade
County Auditorium on November
24th, 8 p.m.. under the auspices
of Douglas Elementary School Par-
ent-Teacher Association in the title
role of Carmen Jones just as she
did for 134 performances on Broad-
way.
Tickets are on sale at Mary Eliz-
abeth Hotel. Lord Calvert Hotel,
Downtown Barber Shop. Town and
Country Grill, Miami Beach Radio
Company, Cordelia s Book and
Card Shop and Amidon's Music
Company in Coral Gables.
Goodwill Group To Meet
Next regular meeting of the
Goodwill Group of Greater Miami
will be held on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 24th. 1 p.m., in the Trail Lodge
Pythian Hall, 2629 SW 8th Street.
The agenda, as announced by Mir-
iam R. Fields, president, will in-
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election of a new social secretary
and one new Board member.
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The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jennie
Badanes. lormerly of 126 SW Oth
h tOio passed awjy N'nM'n
ber 3. 1952. will take place on
Sunday November 22nd. 3 p.m., at
the Woodlawn Cemetery with Rab
bi Max Shapiro officiating.
In 1906. she married Morris Ba-
d.mas in Key West. Florida, and
subsequently came to Miami in
1914. where she resided ever
since.
Mrs Badanes was a charter mem
ber of the Beth David Synagogue
and a member of the Chesed Shel
Emess Sisterhood. She was also
active in the formation of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged here.
Mr. Badanes is survived by her
husband. Morris; three daughters.
Miss Florence. Mrs. Edna Atkins
and Mrs. Bernice Phillips: and one
son. Samuel, all of Miami. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company. Friends ajid
relatives are asked to attend.
Miami B'nai B'rith Women Meet
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami I completion of H, i
met on Wednesday at the Kepubli h, -,; .. rl> calendar I
can Club. 1947 West Flagier Streeti 8 ,ht' tnp 20 Women Z\
Feature* ^tA^MH^t^^thnu-,, w Wnth* to q0 m;!
according to Mr- M. For*, -tiro-; ajooimtinf to sin
fgrsm chairman 1 I i.rWB a*-- fe at
The group also mJffken the Thursdav
Peckett Named President
Of Homestead Center
Sidney Peckett has been named
president of the Homestead Jewish
Community Center, according to an
announcement this week.
Other officers include Sol Netf-
man. vice president; Paul Losner,
treasurer; Mrs. David Taub, corre-
sponding secretary: Mrs. Jules
Cherry, recording secretary: Her-
man Marks, chairman of the Board;
aniHsadore I.utz. Irvin Barnett. Al
Kasden and William Raskin, mem-
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TmAlf. NOVEMitro ^
Rabbi Rackovsky Is Hart h0"* Rbbi Boris R*ov5b
The Youth Club of the Coagrega- b^tei? .T^J",?^4
Uon of Montieello Perk will hold the seeond and fourth uS"* *
its November 25th meeting at the | of each month. wtaesdiyi
Planning for the ZOA dinner which will honor Alex Van Stratten are sealed Geft to right) Louis
Pokress. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Leo Robutson, chairman. Sam Prosterman and Harry Plat-
off. Second row (seated left to right) are S. E. Schwarti and Joseph Pardo. Standing (third row,
left to right) are Nathaniel Klein and Jack Popick. Rear are Robert Strauss. Philip Salmon,
S. A. Goodman and Gil Rappaport.
Rabbi Miller, Mortimer May Laud
Van Straaten Zionist Dinner Here
Rabbi Irving Miller, president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, and Mortimer May. honorary'
president of the Southeast Zionist
Region, this week cited Alex Van
^traaten in a joint statement of ac- j
claim for the "ardent and deter- j
mined fashion in which Mr Van)
Straaten pursued the goals of Jew-1
isfa service throughout his life."
Van Straaten s 70th birthday will
be celebrated Sunday. December
13th. with a testimonial dinner at
the new Sterling Hotel, sponsored
by the Miami Beach Israel Zionist
District Leo Robinson is the din-
ner chairman
Rabbi Miller and May addressed
the "elder statesman of Jewish
communal affairs" in Miami Beach
in a message which declared that
Alex Van Straaten has earned the
gratitude of us all. prodding us to
action by his example of tireless j
effort. He has inspired and led the
local Zionist District to the posi-
tion it enjoys today as an especial-
aunch and devoted group with-
in the framework of Zionist ac-
tion "
U. heartily commend the Zi-
i District leaders for the choice
New Choral Group
Mi-- Ruth Brotman. popular lo-
cal soprano of 1502 Jefferson Av-
enue, will organize a choral group
for the Labor Zionist and Pioneer
Women's clubs in Greater Miami
Some 25 persons have thus far
been chosen to sing with the new-
group, according to Miss Brotman
of Mr. Van Straaten as honored
Euest at the December 13th dinner.
He deserves more than any dinner
in his honor can bestow, but in
making that dinner a resounding
success we will provide a token ex-
pression of our deepest thanks for
the ardent and determined fashion
in which Mr. Van Straaten pursued
the goals of Jewish service. On the
occasion of his 70th birthday, we
join you all in extending heartiest
good wishes, which the dinner in
his honor will, in a measure, dem-
A swift series of meetings local
Zionist leaders, under the direction
of Leo Robinson, paced the advance
work for the Van Straaten func-
tion to obtain a packed dining hall
and early reservations. Robinson.
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Dances Revived At GMJCC Affair
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PAGE 5B
s blouses, beaded and
itjC tandbags, a weekend at a
known hotel, and nylon sweat-
* are just a few of the many
rizes^hich will be awarded at
u (jfeater Miafni Jewish Conv
iry Center/Town Branch, at
annual Thanksgiving dance on
Ldnesday, November 25th._____
Twenty years of service to the
community will be celebrated at
this time with many of the "old
timers" taking part in games,
skits and dancing contests.
.Among the dances to be featured
anil ayferfe made will be the shag,
Charleston, black bottom and big
apple.
Mardi Gras At
Beach Chapter Party
"Come to the Mardi Gras" is the
message being sent by the Miami
Beach Chapter of BJnai B'rith for
a party to be held fettle home of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Balkin, 611
86th Street, odfegluxdqy cvanin^
9 p.m.
The spirit of the carnival will
prevail with the naming of a Mar-
di Gras queen the Balkins said.
Carnival materials sent directly
from the French Quarter at New
Orleans, will be part of the dec-
orations.
The affair is being sponsored by
the M^rni Beach QtfPfcML^f B'ns
B'ritrPco-cTilrrffieril^lR Mes-
dames Harry Weitzman, Gershon
Miller, Harry Decky and Kate
Rubin.
Committee members include
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Brown, Lillian Korson, Harry
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Jack Silverman, Sophie Sumoff,
James Bader.Michael Sossin, Sol
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"pet, "ova
Myers To Head Miami Deteaotioa
At CJFWF Assembly hi Cleveland
StanJej C Myers,
and a fanner uu lieint
Council of Jewish F<
Welfare Fnads. win head a dele-
gauiaa af hfcaau Ira am to the
Council's 22nd General Assembly I pianninx aa*
ahieh opens Friday in CTeieUnd. fatam. Mesaber agencies of the
at the Statler Hotel Council annually raise more than
As chairman of the National Fi to percent of all central hands as-
sar.ce Committee. Myers u sched-1 ed for Jewish welfare purposes or-
: to address several iiaim of' erseas and at home
the three-dav General Assembly at Speakers at the Assembly will,
whscb more than 730 Jewish com- include Julian riumaa, of indsaa-,
nmaity leaders from every part of. apolis. CJFWF president: Rabbi j
led States and Canada are Abba Hillel Silver. Cleveland spsr-
eipeeted to be present ; jtwal leader Judge Suaoa E. Sob-
Otber official delegates desJtnat-; eioff. Chief Judge of the Maryland
attend the weekend confer- Court of Appeals: Professor Card
- include Mrs Stanley C M> aer Pattersoa. director of the Inter-
Mai C. Gnunger. director of national Finance Sectioa of Pnace-
hjwt and Commtty Plaaninx tea UaAeral}. Miss Dorothy C
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
.-. Albert Comaaor. executive
ctor of the Jewish Social Ser-
araan Herbert Scber. mem-
ber of Federation s Executive Coav
le* Sidney Lefcourt. sice presi- (
Federation: Dr Benjamin
B Rosenberg Federation exeeu-
direetor: Mrs Carl Weiakle:,
Mrs Sidnej Lefcourt
Dr Rosen ben participated as a
consultant on the subject of com-
responsibility and planntwx
- Jewish education at a meeting
scheduled for Thursday during
:h were considered the extent
Kahc chief wf the Social Semee
Section of the l*aiata Nation'. Mrs.
Zena Hanaaa. aavinar on Social Af
fairs to the Israel delegation at the \
ed Nathans: Mebbi Norman
Saht af New York, president of
the Synagoaae Council of Amer-i
ica: Governor Frank J Lausehe. of
Ohio: and Senator Thomas A.
Burke. also of Obso.
IN THE MAIL
be held oa Sunday
her 2*th at 5 30 p m Mrs. Joseph
L. Shawmot. vice pitiamat of Sis-
terhood and over-all chairman of
the function to be held in the Tem-
ple's Banquet HalL has announced
as follows:
Mrs. Charles Sil-
vers; Gift Shop. Mrs. Leon J EU;
Hand Made Gifts. Mrs. Louis J.
Krensky and Mrs Camille Baum.
Dinner. Mrs. Joseph L. Ark in and
Mrs Wolfie Cohen Dinner Tick-
ets. Mrs. L A Durbtn and Mrs Irs
mx Blasberx
The fair and dinner are open to
the pabtac. aad proceeds will go
toward- the miiatwaanci of Beth
Shown s EeMgious School Mrs.
Silvers, auction chairman, said that
"we ha%e collected very exciting
and beautiful and useful merchan-
dise which will be the answer lo
an> one's gift problems, aad oar
dinner is being prepared by Sister-
hood cooks. Our Gift Boutique will
feature handmade gift items "
War Veterans
Slate*
F ahtrry T
of Detroit.
of the JWV
Connects
of the organisation s N
Executive Comaattee
Cohen, who owns the Hotel New
Yorker, u an AEF veteran of
World War L in which he enlisted
at the age of
rLoar Tea,
* at Era**
Znekeraaaa taw *
the addataaa to their *.
ard Ehneh Lnthnc.
IS and a half, after and Ehrich ha*< ^wr
convincing recruiting officials be i m
r
W^FTa^Su^^
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INDIVIDUAL ATTCMTIOM GIVEN TO THOM ON sVeci*i .w.
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routine of dwMes daring the past'
week, met vernal persons on the
Beach ai:...awft! tit our Syna-.
BaawM Taa Jewish r.ondian
Before I decided to write this I
irgaaha*fcwha7" ~ Tn^ ,he WTrttT m ^ d*Ujr
.- determining amounts
tvaca of financial support and
oegree of communal resnonsi- S^.^if^^L,
, for developing standards in bwrt *%*"* ^>md GnM"
Jewish education Miami C^Ta **"**
The Council of Jewish Federa- Several years ago. the writer
Uons aad Welfare Funds is the na- h*d S1"1* conversation with Mr
tsunal Maonatwn serving almost' Etseaberg of Riverside regardiag
mfj Jewish communities in the this same matter No doubt all your
----------------- readers will agree that persons who
Sam Hirsch To
Present
Version Of
Players'
Gigi
1 tbe very sacred duties of
a Chevra Kadisha nostbe unusual-
- :ous and devout Jews Accord-
.ngly the officers too should be
, known as such in our community
Mr* Geltner is known to me for
her work with the Mizrachi Worn-
ea'i Organization but regret that
who scored sue- only one or two of the gentlemen's
cesses w.th the Casablanca Players names are familiar, and besides
-easoa m such productioni as none are from the Beach
I T^e Thousand Days and It seems to me before such an
;- Wife, has beer, organization is formed, every Syna-
sxened by producer Sam Hirsch for xogue. Center or Temple should be
>eason at the Casablanca informed, and their respective
eiders as well as prominent devout
appear here in the Orthodox persons male as well as
faction of Gigj on Fn female, should be affiliated with
November 20th. at the tueh a holy and privileged duty.
The play based on j ^ iu(rfeB l0 ^ua^ed
Anita Loos adaptation o! Colette s | ^^ my fa|h pertormed these
novel, will run through November functKmv ard my mMhf,r wheB 5he
z*n was ab> did so With all due re-
awataafl left the Players late spect to this newly formed group
!w summer to appear in a produc- it is m> opinion that the commu-
it at the Wilbur Thea voice in the matter under tbe
tre in Boston Subsequently offered proper Rabbinic supervision
a position on the production staff MRS SAMUEL M GRl'NDWERG
| Celia he signed ____________________
.ding mar. lor tbe Rabbi OkolicCt Speaks
Junior Hadassah
Slates One? Shabbat
Miss Ona Kaplan, vice president
of programming for the Miami Un-
it of Junior Hadassah. this week
announced that the unit will bold
an Oneg Shabbat on Friday eve-
ning. 8:30 p m. at the home of
Miss Elafthe Wolison. 226 Antiquera
Avenue. Cwral Gables. A discus-
sion headed by Miss Jo Ann Shier
will be featured
On Tuesday evening. November
24. the unit will meet at lhe Coral
Gables Jewish Center Plans will
be formulated for tbe group's an-
nual dinner-dance on December
19th. according to Pat Pearl, social
chairman
Miss Elaine Wolf son. unit presi-
dent will leave after the meeting
for Washington. DC to attend the
30th annual national convention of
JaaJor Hadassah slated for the
Shoreham Hotel. November 25th
through 29th
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
FLAGLER GRANADA Jewish
Community Center will hold Fri-
day evening sen-ices at 8:19 p.m.,
with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and
. ,iste-d by the Center Choir under
the direction of Mildred Draizer.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Masters will
be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Sub-
ject of Rev. Heim's sermon is
.scheduled as: Israel And Not Jac-
ob. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m., when he will discuss the
Weekly Portion and chant the li-
turgy. Rev. Heim wHl be assisted
by students of the Center Hebrew
School. Daily services are in the
chapel at 7:30 a.m.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are-et 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky will officiate and
discuss: The Saga Of The Pilgrim
father. A class in Talmud is slat-
ed for 4'p.m., and will be conduct-
ed by the Rabbi. Mincha is at 5
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos.
"Junior sen ices are at 10 a.m. in
the Academy Hall.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning cervices at 5:15 p.m. Satur-
day morning senices are at 9 a.m.,
when Rabbi Isaac Ever will offici-
ate and preach on the topic: The
((instant Struggle For Supremacy.
Kiddubh will follow. Mincha is at
5 p.m followed by Maariv. Daily
services are at 8:30 a.m. and 5
p.m!

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold late serv-
ices Friday evening at 8:30 p.m.,
with Rabbi Louis A. Cassel offici-
ating and assisted by Cantor Albert
Giants. Rabbi Cassel will discuss:
The Fourth Freedom. An Oneg
Shabbat tendered by the Sister-
hood will follow. Saturday morn-
ing senices are at 9 a.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening senices
' at 5 p.ht. Saturday morning sen-
ices are.at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses
Meschelofi will officiate and dis-
cuss- Alone In The World. Can-
tor Aaron Weingarten will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Junior services are under the direc-
tion of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kid-
dush will follow under the sponsor-
ship of the Sisterhood, with Mrs.
Mary Alpern. Mrs. Abraham Berg-
man and Mrs. Aaron Weingarten
acting as hostesses. Mincha will be
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Daily services
are at 7 and 8 a.m. A daily lecture
series on Jewish laws and customs
is given by the Rabbi at 5:15 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening senices at 5:15
p.m., with late services slated for
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate and discuss: The
Atom Bomb. Guest Cantor G.
Zeichner will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be prepar-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. George Gra-
ham. Saturday morning senices
are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Malavsky
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Mincha is. at 5 p-m., followed by
Shalos Seudos.
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MIAMI HEMtW SCHOOL-AMD
CONGREGATION will hold fYMay
evening aervices at 5:30 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
a.m., when Rabbi Simon April will
officiate and discuss: Can We
Make Peace WHh Our Enemies.
Cantor Berele Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy. A class in Mishna is
scheduled for 4:30 p.m., and will
be followed by Mincha and Shalos
Seudos.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold senices Friday at 8:30 p.m.,
with Rabbi Max M. Landman of-
ficiating, assisted by Cantor David
Bagley and the mixed choir. The
topic of the Rabbi's sermon will
be: God Man World. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow, in honor of
the wedding anniversaries of Mr.
and Mrs. William Locke and Mr.
and Mrs. Cy Plasky. Services will
begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, when
the Rabbi's sermon will be on: The
Life Of Jacob And His Son. Jun-
ior congregation will hold senices
at 11 a.m., in the Maloff Room.
Mincha is scheduled for 5 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will | hold Friday evening
senices at 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky will officiate during
Saturday morning senices at 8:30
a.m. Subject of his sermon is
scheduled as: Masked Religion.
At 4 p.m., he will discuss the Week-
ly Portion. Mincha will be at 4:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Maariv is at 6 p.m. A class in Tal-
mud will be conducted by Rabbi
Rackovsky on Tuesday at 4:15 p.m.
Classes in Jewish laws and cus-
toms are held on Sundays. Tues-
days and Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.
On Monday, at 5:30 p.m., the Rab-
bi will discuss Ein Yaakov.
*
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening senices
at 5:30 p.m, conducted by Oscar
Weinstein. Late senices are at
8:30 p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man will officiate assisted by the
Center Choir under the direction
of Jerome Taft. Subject of the
Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as:
Will There Ever Be Friendship Be
tween Eaau And Jacob. An Oneg
Shabbat, presented by Mr. and.
Mrs. Al Wcissman, will follow. Sat-
urday morning senices are at 9
a.m. Junior senices will be at 11
a.m., conducted by studeats of the
Hebrew School. Mincha is at 5:30
P-m., followed by Maariv. Daily
senices are at 7 a.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening senices at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot
officiating and discussing: A Pas-
sage In The Night A Novel By
Sholem Asch. The Sisterhood will
participate in the reading of the
prayers. Cantor Jacob Bornstein
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy.
*
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
senices at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Boris
Rackovsky will officiate and dis-
cuss: Divine Wrestler. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Dr. Albert
RMnhm. of We SMMMast Flor-
ida State Tuberrtrtosis'Hospftal at
Lantana, will discuss chest illness-
es at that time. Saturday morning
senices are at 9 a.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday eenig
senices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating and dis-
cussing: The Sad Farewell of Shol-
em Asch. Libby Platt, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Platt, 4519
SW 16th Street, will assist the Rab-
bi in honor of her Bas Mitzvah
slated for the Saturday morning
senice. Her parents will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat. At the Sat-
urday morning senice, Rabbi Skop
will discuss: Thanksgiving and
Spiritual Maturity. Cantor Irving
Robinson will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
O 9 M
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:30 p.m., following a Kab-
balath Sabbath at 5 p.m. Guest
preacher will be Rabbi Morris Ad-
ler, of Congregation Shaarey Zed-
ek, Detroit, Michigan. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate. Satur-
day morning senices are at 9 a.m.,
when Cantor Philip Brummer will
chant the musical portions of the
liturgy assisted by the Center
Choir. Rabbi Lehrman will discuss
the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitz-
vah of Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Adler, will take place
during the senice. Daily senices
are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:15
p.m.
*
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
senices at 5 p.m. Late Friday For-
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um and senice are at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will speak
on: SynagogueThe Jewish Pow-
erhouse. Cantor Abraham Seif will
chant the liturgy Saturday morn-
ing senices are at 8:30 a.m. Adult
Bible Class is at 4:15 p.m., con-
ducted by Rabbi Cassel. Evening
senices will be at 5 p.m., followed
by a Sabbath social hour. Daily
senices are at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold late Friday evening senices
at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Cantor Maurice Mamches
officiating and assisted by the
choir under the direction of Mir-
iam Donnerstag. Rabbi Shapiro
will discuss: Communism And The
Clergy. The Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing will be prepared by Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Bloom. Floral offerings
will be made by Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Bernstein. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Student senices are slat-
ed for 10180 a.m. Daily services
will be at 7:80 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
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HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
Jewish Community Center will
hold Friday evening senices at
8:15 p.m., honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Gelvan through whose efforts
the Center will hold a mortgage
burning on Sunday evening. Rab-
bi Harry Ettinger will officiate and
discuss: And Thou Shalt Be Called
Israel. Cantor Israel Kirshner will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy assisted by the Center
Choir. The Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing will be given by Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Lyons.

TEMPlE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening senices at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiating and discussing:
Sholem Asch. The senice will be
dedicated to Membership Sabbath.
A dessert tea will precede the serv-
ice in the Banquet Hall at 7 p.m.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow in
honor of 120 new family members.
Saturday morning services are at
10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah
of David Stewart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Handelman, will take
place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy.
* *
TEMPLE SINAI, of Hollywood,
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m< Members of the BnBi
B*rith Youth Organization will par-
ticipate. Rabbi David Shapiro will
officiate and discuss: Role Of A
Spiritual Leader In American Jew-
ish Life. Cantor Joseph W. Malek
and the Temple Choir will chant
the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing will be sponsored by the
BBYO. Saturday morning senices
are at 9 a.m., with Junior senices
following at 10 a.m. Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Rev. Mordechai Haalman will
chant the musical portions of the
liturgy.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen-
ry Okoiica officiating and discuss-
ing: Jewish Customs And Rituals.
The Children's Choir under the
direction of Mrs. Lucille Moore will
participate. An Oneg Shabbat will
follow prepared by Dr. and Mrs.
Abraham Pemsler.
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hams Addresses -
Nogogue Administrators
boseph Abrahams, executive di-
tor of the Miami Beach Jewish
nter, presided over the ses-
ns of the National Association
Synagogue A d m inistrators
Ljch held its annual conven-
|n here in Miami Beach in con-
viction with the United Syna-
gue of America Convention this
ek.
rhc Convention dealt with
tctical administrative phases in
jiducting the affairs of syna-
lues. These included, A Model
nstitution For Your Syna-
gU,.. Leadership In Budget Plan-
A Pension Plan For Profes-
lal Synagogue Administrators
other problems arising in the
ent rapid growth of conserva-
synagogues.
li AJC Has Two Parties
Iianii Chapter of the American
lish Congress held two fund
king card parties on Wednesday.
was at the home of Fred Klein,
S\V 21st Street. Mrs. Russel
iner, of 6460 SW 25th Street,
hostess at her home for the
er party. Chairman in charge
reservation! was Mrs. Albert
lid.
ich Jaycees To Aid
ihans, Underprivileged
the Miami Beach Junior Cham-
of Commerce this week an-
pnced a program to aid orphans
underprivileged children in
community,
larshall Wolper, chairman of
Miami Beach Jaycees Shopping
pr Committee, said his organiza-
is one of many Junior Cham-
of Commerce which will spon-
|the Shopping Tour for orphans
underprivileged children this
|kolper said the public would be
ed to donate small sums of
(icy to provide a fund. Then,
tly before the holidays, Beach
bees will escort the children on
hopping tour in groups of four
live.
Jolper, an insurance man with
litable Life-Assurance Society,
Johnny Spotts,* 6f FloriUr
jrer and Light Company, are co-
frmen of the Tour, while Mel-
B Krumkes and Norman K.
Sjvarz. both attorneys, are vice
lrmen.
. Miami Window
ELECTIONS HELD: Lenny Treis-i
ter and Jecry Bain were named to I
fill two vacancies of the Miami
Junior Chamber of Commerce |
Board- of Directors. New chairman
Of the Public Relations Committee
of the Dade County Tuberculosis
Association is Walter E. Cook, J.
N. Clemons. president, has an-
nounced. Serving with Cook will
be Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Re-
cently sworn in at their new ranks
at the Miami Army Reserve School
were Major Sanford Faunce, Major
Newton S. Levinson, Major Meyer
A. Baskin, Major Emanuel Leven-
son, Captain Max Raskin.
Nominated from the Greater Mi-
ami area for directors at large of
the Florida State Chamber of Com-
merce are G. T. Baker, National
Air Lines president; McGregor
Smith, Florida Power & Light Co.
president; W. H. Walker, First
Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
tion president; Mitchell Wolfson,
Wometco Theaters president; Au-
gust Geiger, Miami Beach archi-
tect; and Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Miami Beach industrialist.
Sam. Coolik. Public Gas Com-
pany, of Miami, will serve for an-
other year on the Liquefield Pe-
troleum Gas Promotion Committee,
it was announced here.
CLINIC SET: Designed primar-
ily for younger lawyers, the sec
ond of a series of legal clinics,
sponsored by the Dade County Bar
Association, was held Monday
evening in the south courtroom of
the courthouse. Herbert U. Feibel-
man, chairman of the legal clinics
committee, said Judges George E.
Holt, W. F. Blanton, David J. Hef-
fernan, Ray Pearson, Walter H.
Beckham and Raymond Nathan
appeared on a panel discussing
jurisdictions and practices of Dade
County Courts.
BACK FROM FAR EAST: After
three educational years in Singa-
pore as manager for the American
Express Company, Jerry Newmark
was back in the Miami area Friday
for a vacation before reassignment.
He and Mrs. Newmark went to
Singapore in 1950, after having
been associated with, the German
and Holland offices of. American
Overseas Airlines. A native of Mi-
ami Beach, Newmark is a gradu-
ate of the University of Florida.
Until the first of the year, the
Newmarks will reside at 3771
Royal Palm Avenue. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Newmark,
Miami Beach.
NEW HOTEL MANAGER: Max
Lechnick and Norman Stein-
berg, owners of the Atlantis Hotel
which is undergoing moderniza-
tion, have appointed Leo Ethier
new manager of the Miami Beach
hotel. Ethier. a native of Indiana-
polis, has been connected with top
hotels both here and abroad.
GREAT GUY: Sig Eiaenberg,
head of the Miami's 29ers organiza-
tion, won the Variety Club's Great
Guy Of The Year award Sunday
for his work on behalf of Variety
Children's Hospital. The presenta-
tion was made between acts of
the Carnival on Ice which closed
with its fifth performance Sunday
at the Coral Gables Coliseum. Ed
Melniker made the award.
THE ENTIRE
COMMUNITY
PROGRAM
of
"Jewish Forum
On The Air"
EVERY SUNDAY
10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Station: WMIE (1140 on dial)
With Various Features
Produced and Directed ky
umtm snout
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Wachtel Opens Drive In
Liquor Industry For
Denver Jewish Hospital
NEW YORK W. W. Wachtel,
president of Calvert Distillers Cor-
portion, has initiated a campaign
in the liquor industry in support of
the National Jewish Hospital at
Denver, the nation's pioneer, free
non-sectarian tuberculosis center.
Wachtel has been interested in
the philanthropic work of this in-
stitution for many years. He is a
director of the Brand Names Foun-
dation, former chairman of the Ad-
visory Committee of the Licensed
Beverage Industries, Inc., and pre-
sent chairman of its Speakers'
Bureau. His participation in a wide
number of communal and philan-
thropic activities included the na-
tional chairmanship of the Liquor
and Wine Committee of the Memo-
rial Cancer Center Fund.
In his appeal of support for the
54-year-old pioneer TB center,
Wachtel declared, "What appeals
to me in particular is the splen-
did surgical care rendered by the
National Jewish Hospital to poor
boys and girls suffering from all
forms of tuberculosis."
A training center for tuber-
culosis control specialists from all
parts of the world, the National
Jewish Hospital has also provided
more than 4,000,000 days of free
net cr faith i.iri' to needy tuber-
culosis ^otients from 6,000 of the
nation's communities since its
opening In 1899.
The Httapital's motto, is: "None
May EnterWho Caafay None
Can Pay Who Enter."
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Hini'S WHY Anocin it like a doctor's
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proved active ingredients. No other prod-
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pain of headache, neuritis, neuralgia
than Anocin Tablets. Buy Anocin* todayl
Dr. Routh Speaks
A regular meeting of the Wom-
en's Group of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center was
held on Thursday. Mrs. Jess Freed,
program chairman, introduced Dr.
Frederick Routh, assistant profes-
sor of Human Relations at the Uni-
versity of Miami. Dr. Routh spoke
on Human Relations And The
American Dream.
Hawaiian Night Held
Hawaiian Night was the theme
of the second annual swim-
dance sponsored by the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Community Center
on Sunday evening, at the Sover-
eign Hotel, according to an an-
nouncement by Billie Krupp and
Ann Smith, co-chairmen. Jack
Cohen was master of ceremonies.
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All Jewish "^ wiH' bnm< avertings.
Dr Clement Gerooemos.
preu-
Troirsf erred president of the Hoiiyw _ _- __ i i**"** Ajooesateoa. and Mayor AI'
ATI. 'Tn a The fr^aj rtejuei To Are* Ufods R)U. for the City of Hollywood
M.zrcr.. '/r{xott/
eoncioderf iu Z*4 ar.neaJ eowven-1 E HAG' F- ^A
ere with 'V rerteetsoa of crewman of Dutch KLM planes fly
*.-.-. Mot** KM .- -.;.- BM to Indonesia *u Brut and tl^JFr^ C*Zmm!m\
^.deney and the adopt** of \(* *** trm-ierred to ^J?~Z^ ZTZZJ^Z
** i^Ti^.^S.2> 23:P* ~ -I render the m-ieal
fan at then airports, a spofces- *"* P-W^ recefv
mm, for Royal Dutch Airline, du- t,DO *"1 Wto* J**y
ek^ed b*re Or. -eek The *prA- eCTe'w*? arranged b, Harry Ka^
man iaid the company t action was *" *** AU* p>*ter- co-cnaarmen
not doe to any dewre on the part < tb* Arrangementi Committee
'if the Royal Datrh Airline* to b* a
MnradH -tf^/rnore'l
raaj
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wen rosx *' rp *4e by
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thai the :
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libel ame 'jnfar
fire Arrx-ri'iri JewiUi
m M it met in bfaaaai
pary la raru! drtenmination bot /
I iWfe Offers
Grmons Intend To Deport
Illegal Jewish Returnees
Ml KU H 'J'fA. Tbl '.'..! dm
Weekend Youth Program
Janion Lodge, jurt north of Hoi
lywood at 3905 Sterling Road, this
eek announced the addition to its
facilities of weekend conclaves for j
;. oatt grf>ups here. Dr. M A. Mar-
shall, director of the lodge, said
ftmm M ,ntry coul'l p ,\ m th- monument
v tabl tit fv.mt '#( j_____________________
'f" Mat! V;r*;i< .!> Ar*in
m i. I,azi ,CTMn* Action
On Right To Employmtnt
'lai*fi rai'l on 'in- main Ortli' _____________________
fogue bare whiea bai b*M BERLIN 'JTA -No less than 8. M^^. tv-J^ B.1M.M...
i r< 11 n :. Mar and took wi pra HMIer public offldali who riorin uaae nummage
I '.7 refugees into ruatod)
Dalles Implies He forced
Israel To Halt Huleh Work
Washington rjTAi Beam
lary of Btala John Foster Dulles
laid hi* presh conference this week
that Israel's assurances that the
work on th- Jordan River hydro
i lit fr n project would be halted
whil<- the l.'nited Nations Security
Council discussed the Issue, was
considered by him sufficient to
justify the resumption of Ameri-
can financial aid to Israel. When
his attention was drawn to the
fact that Israel's offer at the Se-
curity Council was nothing new
because the Jewish State had pre-
viously agreed to a temporary halt.
;.rior to the cutting off of Amer
i it was his understanding that Is-
rael had not been ready to go what
was necessary until the Israel rep-
resentative expressed willingness
at the Security o.uncil to halt the
project.
were otlattd or otherwise discip North Dade Jewish Center will
Uaad b) the Nazi on racial or poli hold a Monte Carlo night on No-
tical grounds now live in B< rlin. a vember 28th at the Center. Pro-
pok-sman of the I>-ague 'of Nazi { ceeds will be used for the organiza-
Victims declared here at a special I lion's building program
press conference These Nazi vie-1
tims have a more difficult time of
it than former Nazi civil servants
who lost their jobs at the end of
the war, he pointed out Some thou-
sands are back in office.
Court Acts To End Attacks
On Leaders In Johannesburg
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) An
agreement to withdraw defamatory
allegations against a leading South
African Jewish communal official
and pay token damages and costs
has marked the end of a court ac-
tion in which Gus Saron, general
secretary of the South African
Jewish Board of Deputies, sued S.
Datt, a Johannesburg businessman,
for defamation arising from the
publication by Mr. Datt of a sheet
termed The Jewish Newsletter.
IZZV 1 SAM TINOtKM
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Miomii Offast Aetharliad
HUDSON
SALES /ATM] SERVICE
On the Trail 1305 ** **
Qtmtim* MaeiM forts
Factory Trul4 Matelit
Ml SOrVKI All MAKES Of CAM
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Hudson Trail Motors, lac.
Phone 2-26*7
Pick Up A Delivery Service
fikuftAA, FOfWr^s'00BT
a FliDAY, NOV. 2fl
Wlwl AMtTA LCC:
THE FtBtCH ACCENT ONSQ1 LA-G-I3
WITH
YVONNE CLIFFORD & KARL REDCOFF
t> ,1 ni sjgg tfi.Lli. h, W :,
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Hl** of the Hebrew Academy: Rabbi Al-
frad Wrrmaa. of West Miami Jew |
uh Center. Ret A D Hermann.
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for th* sake of utility '
Jews Mark Nazi Pogrom
Of 1938 In Germany
BsBBJJI J7A-Jews in Ger
many h-r^ marked the 15th anni
\-rmry
mber 9-io 1938 whm nv*st of will be designed to cater to the I
GOMO/l synagfgues were burn- needs of synagogue. Jewish youth
-l to the ground thoij-and* up'>n and teen age groups,
thousands of Jewi i. ^ushMaaaa and Now in its second session. Jun-
hom<- were wrecked by Nazi gangs iors Lodge is a reMdent. all year-
and thouvandx of Jews were ar-. round hotel" for children of all
r< "! following the a* -aswnation ages and maintains facilities for in-
n.it, police au- planning 'o exp-l 0f a Sazi diplomat in Haru by a' door and outdoor activities, includ-
el h rt I .:' lad UMf fi.m- Jewish student In Berlin th- Jewi ,ng sports, dancing, music and cul-
''' [dadMatad muniment to the vie- tural program^
fgally and timi of th- Ngofa on a site near Dr. Marshall said that the lodge
'' .....' "' Ifca BMtad raamasnlTWM S>na n situated in a rustic atmosphere
eowld preaumaU} be lorsad gogM Stones from the temple de f old fashioned ranch and farm
cro the Irontief or stroyad r0 th- Nazi gang* were j environment and that the new
weekend conclave program will of-
I fer sleeping accommodations in
< BS dormatones and served meals
prepared under ka-hruth dietary'
! laws if desired
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alDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 195^
+Jm>isti nnrtritor)
LEGAL HOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B

uOTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ricE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
[. i .sU,'U''J. ilcaiiing to engage m
,1,1 III'- llctltioux Inline of
I,lit MISS OF MlA.Ml, .ii ::l'1ii
i|i Wenue, Miami, Kin Ida,
nibT to uglater iald name with
I'li-rk f ihe Circuit Court of Dad<
. Florida.
,, wtime OF MlA.Ml. Inc.
a Florida Corporation
V \|;l- S. MANDLER
m v for eerporatlon
12 1-11
NOTICE UNDErl FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ViTl'K IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
iiluli isiim. d..dcsirlng to engage In
ne-- under the fletltlnuH name of
,'. ,,,1: inn. al IzM s \v. xth
, | Miami, intends to register Kaid
,.. .. with tin' Clerk of the Circuit
..mi nl Diirtc County, Florida.
i.ii.i.ia.v kellev
Sole Owner
kMfEL RAND
Hoi i. i fur owner
,,; olwnpln Kldg. v
i.;.J" -7 12 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
iNOTICPj IS HEREBY GIVEN that
mutci signed, desiriiut to engage In
lis in-.-- under the fictitious name of
IClUtlCANB PRINTING COMPANY
S:| ......rporaied). in HI S.W lxth
vcium. Miami, Intends to register
i i i ii with the Clerk of the Olr-
ni Com i nf Hade County, Florida.
ARTHUR J. STERN
Sule Owner
\Hi:i. RAND
i fur Owner
- IHjmpla Hid*.
Ii I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, aeslrlng in ena
business under the fictitious name ol
BRA! TV N.....<, |1M1 N w 7l|,
Am Miami, inl.-iiil- i.. i, nisi. i
Ham,, with id. clerk ,,r id,- cin nil
> uui i of i lade taunt). F ;.....in
HI 111 H.OLDEN
I" :m II l-U-M
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29626-B
RE: ESTATE of
PHILIP BCHMERTZLER,
I In -I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai I davo
filed mi final report ami petition for
Final Dlschargo as Administrati Ix nf
the ealale nf PHILIP BcHMBRTZLER
ed: and idat on the Ird day or
December, INS, l will apply to the
Honorable Frank B. howling,
County Judge "f l'aile County, Flor-
ida, for npiii'ov.il of .said final report
and for final die-harm .1 Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of PHILIP
SCHMBRTZLBR, deceased.
This 3rd dav of November 1962
LILLIAN BCHMERTZLER,
Administratrix
TI'RK & NEWMAN
bj SULLY I. VaKMAVi of Counsel
Attorney for Administratrix
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
iCHTICE IS IIICUEIIY GIVEN that
ill i signed, desiring to engage In
iihIit the flctltloua name i,f
K XX WAY KOSHER MEAT MAR-
l-KNNWAf GROCERY AND
UI!Y PENNWAY FRUIT AND
i:TAI!l.K MARKET, PENNWAY
L,k !RV, nt IH7 rennej h ania Ave.,
ii lu.i. Ii. intend to register Bald
*.th the clerk of the Circuit
I' nil: County, Florida.
r.KWD.VIAN an.l GOTTE8MAN
hi| KKSMITH
\i.;.li. auta
I. ru-pjll Road
, YiM
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K.ii'HT, ts IIEREHY GIVEN that
L i .;. fleshing to engage In
indet rtie flctltloua name of
, l'l\ AMERICAN SIloE STORE,
is N Mjaim Ave., Miami. Intend
.mil name with the Clerk
Circuit < '""i t of l 'ad,- Ceuntj ,
I Ida,
Morris rimland
anna rimland
tit MAN 1. BRETON
Itorney for AppUeunts
12 Sevbold Bldg.
Il/a-l.i-i'ii
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
HD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IN CHANCaY.-. tip 184065
mi kHoB8JJaiC"*
>MH>i *I>. AHtXir, Defendant."
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAMES O. Alii Ml.
139 Richards Street, N.W.
Atlanta. Georgia
"L. JAMES I). ARIA1L. are here-
.....ifled that a Hill of Complaint
Invoice has' been filed against
p. ..ml >ou,*re hereby required to
rve a copy of your anawer or plead-
. In said BUI of Complaint on the
miuiffs attorney, ROBERT L.
.'".MI'.ERO. of 7411 Seybold Bulld-
Mlaml .12, FVirida, and file the
Sinai answer or pleading in the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
urt in and for Hade County. Flor-
n or. before, the lath day of
her. lir,:i. if you fall to do ao.
IlKineut. by default will he taken
iiiiiM jnu for- the relief demanded
" I n nf Complaint.
' i. tWa.lUth day of November,
E. B. WEATHERMAN.
clerk of the Cirrull Court
By W.M W STOCKING
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage in
-1!S,'.','.'".'", '!'."l''r "' flctltloua name of
\ KK'.i.am.-s OIL DEVELOPMENT
at l Congress.Building, Miami, Flor-
ida, intend t" register aaM name wild
i- i-ik of Hi.- Circuit Court of
Dade County, Flor da
\i"l:l!is Lt'CK
WILLIAM WOLPARTH
BERNARD S M \ni,i.kk '"
Attornei /> nertnera
I" 10 It 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
J NAME LAW
p-'/NCB IS.-HJBREHY GIVEN that
iiml. i sinned, dealrlng to engage in
iiii" under the fl, litloua name of
PVMI ISEACH FOREIGN CAR
M-L.V at IS W. Hat St., Miami
['"'". 'mends to register anld name
|th th.- Clerfc of the Circuit Court of
Vic County, Florida.
CORONBT MOTORS. Inc.,
MHOrwiji R^ElJoT'00" -
NOTICB UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'II, K |s IIEREHY GIVEN that
underalgned. dealrlng to engage In
..'*" under the fletltioiia name of
1141 -LAM.
OF MI\MI at 1"'
Street, Miami, Intend to
' aid name with the clerk ol
i Court of Dade county.
> .i
LLti KEINHARD
SEVMOIIt KKlNIIAItll
H Ml" l|.I i I! El Nil ARD
I1KNKY IIKUMHA
\l RERK
or Partm-r:
n it mid
- V.' I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 163861
GORDON KOItEKV'tUAFAY, Plaintiff
vs.
HELEN ACNES LA FAY. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mrs. Oordrin ftrihert laiFay
711 East 12th Street
New York. New York '
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint fur Divorce haa been
fHc.d ngaln.'d you, and you are re-
quired to serve a cony of your Ans-
wer or I'd ailing to the Mill of Com-
plaint mi the. plaintiff's Attorneys,
KESSLEI! fc GARS. IDS W. I 'lagler
Street, Miami. Florffnrl and file the
original Anawer or Pleading-, office Curt on or before the "id day of
December, IH*J5i It ion fall to do-co,
hidgment by defadit will be taken
agalnat you for tin relief demanded
in the mil ni Oompln nt,
TDi- notice slmU be inil.linh.il once
each week for four ronseciaffre weeka
ii THE .ii:wish ii.iii;ift)AX
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of November,
A. D. 1951
ic. p. leatiVbrman,
i 'lei k, i "iti-nit 'otirt.
Dade c......iy. Florida
By W.M. W. STOCKING.
fClrcull Court Keal) DepUt) Clerk
11 ii-i:i-2ii-27 .______
NOTICE BY PuSLlCATIolg
IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 163531
MAI.LIE LANiiO, Plaintiff.
vs.
CLAIRE LANCO. Defendant.
,-SttrT-fOR DtkORCE
TO: (ilwWRfLLAfUo. x
lj-siib-n* Auil
mi, CLAIRM DAN'ilO. are hereby
notified that a Rill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed agalnat you.
..ml you are required to serve a copy
of your Anawer or rieading to the
Kill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, S23 Seybold
Building, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Anawer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of
December. 19o3. If you fall to do so.
judgment bv default will be taken
agalnat you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of November,
A.D. 1933.
K. B. I.BATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
Bv W.M W. STOCKING
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
11/6-13-2H-27____________________
.N,.THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
i.JH-.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
r2AN?ADoElC0UNTY' FLORIDA. IN
> VvNr,?R.V'.. No- 1637-50
FANNIB MAI. cm ins, Plaintiff
va,
Wilson cooks. Defendant
.,. N,?,TICE Bv PUBLICATION
I'n: W ll.Sii.N COOKS,
Residence unknown.
YOU are her bj n .iiru-d that n inn
'.',. *-0">l'lamt for Divorce i,.,s been
Hied against you. and you an- re.
tinned to serve a copy of vour Anawer
or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorney. BEN
ESSEN, V'.'l Seybold Cuildlng, Miami.
Horiila. aiul file tile original Answer
or Pleaillng In the offl<.....f the Clerk
27th day of November. -Pj:.:!. If you
fail to toi-ao, JudKin.nt by defauli will
be takeMMraln.-,t you for the relief de-
manded In th. rim ,,r Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 27td ibn of October. I'.i.Yi
E. II. I.EATIIERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By W.M. w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
KEN BSSHN, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
a Seybold Building, Miami, VTorlda
lt)/3fl 11/6-U-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
bnsincaa under the fictitious nam.....
CHOSEN PRODI'CTS, at 18.18 Plne-
tnee Drive, Miami Beach, Horlda, In-
tend to reglater aaM nam.. with tlie
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Elm Ida,
Oil ACE N TAYLOR
EVELYN ft. BERNSTEIN
STANLEY JOEL LEVINS, ESQ.
\ii.ii in > for Applii .mis
M 6-11-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "
the underalgmed, desiring to enga
a under the flctltloua name ol
ROSS GARDEN APT8 at 183 North
Shore Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tend to reglater .sad nam,- itd the
I'l.-ik ,.r the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
CHICAGO API'S.. INC. (Seal)
LARRY B. ROSS, President
JACK Ross. Secretary
8TANLEY JOEL LEVIN E, i-:sj.
Attorney tor Applicants
11 i',-i:i-2-27
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tdat
I lie undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the rictitioua name nf
THE UOIRMET lilli.n, al Pent-
Cobba Building. ::.r,;, Lincoln
Road, Mi.inn Beach, Florida. Intend
to reglater aald name wrth the rierk
of the circuit Coin t of Dade County.
Florida,
HENRY iiiiir.s
JAMES II. COBBS
BRWIN C. KARDEN
BROAD ,v CA88EL
A ttorneya for The Gourmet Guild
I I 30 11/6-12-211
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring to engage In"
business under the fictitious name of
DEPENDABLE T-V AND RADIO
SERVICE, at 2H92 \V. Flaglcr Street,
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the cierk of th.. circuit Court
of D.ule County. Florida.
HOWARD FOHT, Sole Owner
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for ownor
'ii olympln Bldg.
in |0 II /f,-l:i-;'u
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREHY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam, of
IA.M MAR, at SJ7 to'.W. xth St.. Miami,
intends to register said name with
the ci.rk of tin- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NORMAN C. HOWE
KES8LER & GARS
Attoi neya for Applicant
1782 W. I-lagler St.
10/30 11/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
A A: A DISCOUNT AGENCY, at :',7
NE First Avenue, Miami. Ha., intend
in reglater aald name with the clerk
ol tin circuit Court of Hade County,
11m ida.
D .! APTE
R W. APTE
. LEO ACKERMAN
MYERS, lllllMAN .v KAPLAN
Attorneys fur Applicanta
650 Seybold Bldg., .Miami, Fla.
II 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NjiTICE n- ikKRKKY GIVEN that
Uie'VFnn'Bi"*rKned. deal*in* to 'engage In
biu)hic**i ATOMIC TELEVISION AND RADIO,
at 71 E.' 2nd HC,r Hfaleah. 11 a. Intend
to register.aald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HOWARD B. ROZRAN
HF.RREKT WHITMAN
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Applicants
140.', Congress Kldg.
I1/6--13-IO-27
" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 163901
allTHI'K W, MITCHELL. JR.
Plaintiff,
vs. ,
RI'TH E MITCHELL, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RI'TH E. MITCHELL
13 Myrtle Street
Saratoga Springs. New York
You are hereby notified that a Kill
of Complaint for Mvonaj has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Anawer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on;
the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE L.
KNIGHT Esij l"nR Security Build-
ing, Miami 32. Florida, ami file the
original Anawer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the t IrcuR
Court on or before the 7th day of De-
cember, 19S8. If you ft'" '" ''" ,""
ludgment by default win be taken
against you for the relief il, uia mleil
in the Kill of Complaint.
notice ahall be BubHaned "nee
each week for fnejr oonaeeuUva weeka
in THE JEWISH H.' IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida., this 3rd day of November:
f .. I9S3. e r ]_KV.|.m:|.MANi
Clerk, t'li. ult Court.
I lada Count). Floi Ida
By WM W. S POCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy ( lei k
,.ML'7
' I
ATTEMTIOK ATTORNEY^
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLOHIDIAN at
S-4S*
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 163792
IRENE HYDL'K, Plaintiff.
VS. Ill'
GEORGE HYDI'K. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GEORGE HYDCK, ;i
dli Pauleson Aveuue.
Paaaalc, New Jersey;
You are hereby notified;Ithat a Kill
of Complaint for Hlvorcp lias been
filed against >mi, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorneys. MYERS.
HEIMAN KAPLAN. K.-.n Seybold
Kiiililing. Miami, Florida, and file the
original Anawer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 30th day of Novem-
ber. 19.">3. If you fail to do ao, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
vou for the relief demanded in the
Kill nf Complaint.
This notice shall be published mice
each week for foui consecutive weeka
In Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
lio.NE \Nli ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this Mih day of October, A.D.
IMS,
E. K. LEATHEKMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
B] WM. W STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Se.,u Deputi Clerk
MYERS. HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
6.70 Sevbold Building, Miami. Florida
10/30 11 -1J-2H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 163719
THERBEA LII'ol.I, Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM RL'POLI, I'elcndant.
ORDER OF fUBLICATION
I'o WILLIAM lit'POL* ;
Auburn state Fflaon
Auburn. N, W York
vnr IRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that-a Kill of Complaint for Divorce
,,.,. he, ii filed against ) nu and you
are hereby leajulred l I copy
of vour Answi to the Bin "i Com-
,.ii Plaintiff* nid to
tile the original Answer In the office
of the Clerk of tb Circuit Ooui't. on
or .Ixifoie Hiu.JuUi d.i\ .1 -NU
I9S3; otherwise, the .i 11. nations i
Kill of Complaint Will be taken ,i- i;
. s-, ,i agalnat l ou.
DATED Ihla 2$th day of October,
1951.
a P. I.EATHi:ltMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court .
Bj It II RICE, JR. v
(Seal> Deputy clerk tSeal)
GEORGE J. TAL1ANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Flalntlff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 16409ID
FRANCES HINTZE, Plaintiff
MIl.ToN A HINTZE, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Milton A. H In tie
1st Air Force Reserve I'nll
Miteh.il Pleld, I.I NY.
You, Milton A. rllntze, ar.- hereby
notified that a Bill "i Complaint f"i
Divorce haa been filed against you.
and you are required to serve B COD)
of vour Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorneys. KOV.NER MANNHEIM-
ER, M0 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
o7^dml%TOftWne*WS
of the Circuit Court on nrJarU'i'e the
21st day of December. lsMr1 If you
fall to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Kill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED it Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of November,
A.D. 1951
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By R. H. RICE, JR..
iCircuit Court Ceal) Deputy Clerk
KOVNEU MANNHEIMER
AMorneys for Plaintiff
130 Lincoln Road. Miami Ibach, Fla.
11,20-27 12/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164116
RAYMOND WRIGHT, Plaintiff
\ s.
WILLIS M QI'IN'N. deceased.
ET AL. Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To \n the loirs, devisees, legatees,
grantees, or creditors or othet
persons ,1.1'inlng by. through or
under WILLIS M. Ql'INN, de-
, eaaed, ail of whom are not
known to i" dead or alive: and
any and all other persons having
or claiming any right, title, or
Interest In and to the lands des-
. Ibed aa;
l...ts 11 ami 11. of Block 1,
TAM1AMI TRAIL PARK, ae-
cording to the Plat thereof,
i.....ibil in Plat Knok IS,
Page 73, of the Public Rec-
nrda of Dade County, Flor-
ida:
the residence of all said persona
being unknown.
You, ami each of you, are hereby
notified that a bill to nuiet title has
been filed against y.,11 .mil v
i squired to nny "f i "
Wer or plea,ling I" M. S MARL1.N,
mi Sevbold Bulldlne;, Miami. Florida,
and fib- the original answer or plead-
ln in the office of the Clerk of the
above courl on or before the n
,,f I i, I. or default will be
.ni, r< I .r-ainst you. .
i,,,..i ihli vi'i dav nf November,
\ D 1953, it Miami. Florida.
K, b LE \ r 111 :i: M W.
Clerk "i the circuit Coui i
i S.al I
By M '' Creep.
ItJ Clerk
:'7 12/4-11
NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE?
bus4i it.\ \ ol IKK Sllor at .
2ml Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends
irinie With the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dad* CountX,
Florida
KAY.IACKS. INC..
a Florida corporation
By: RAY BHIELDS
Plesldent
.. ,,JW ^ACOl: WASSEKMAN
ilV '- SecreUry
BTANLBY JOED LEVINS, ESQ.
Attorney for Rayjarks, Inc., d/b/a
Ray's Coffee Hhop
11/20-27 12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN
th,- underalgned, dealrlng to cue.,
buainem giida r the fictii... m eai
27th AVE c.i il.ii i:.\.\, ik, g|
N \\ 27111 Av, .. MI-ifii, ,nl..,,,1
leg,M. l said inline with Hie C|,.
i "-mi Court or i'. Co
i .'.i Ida,
B. .1 BEILMAN
KE8SLBH GAR8
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flagler si.
II 20-21 |2 l-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '
the underalgned, desiring to en
business under the flctltloua nam)
-NELSON s. ni I,,;.,., S.W -in SI .
ami. intend to register aald num.
the i l.i l< of the Circuit Courl of 11 ...
County, l-'ioi Ida,
ALBERT GOLDNER
HADELLE Gl >LDNE I
I.EVINP
VICTOR
ai tornei
346 Beyl
II 10-21
for Applicanta
old Kldg.
12 l-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given i
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under Ihe fictitious nann
si'NHitiMATS. at 47 w. Flagler -
Miami. Intend to register aid I
with the cierk of the Circuit CO
of Dade County, Florida.
RAY BERRIN
WALTER KAYE
11/20-27 12/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 164237
ANNETTE P.LAI'. Plaintiff,
vs.
armin hi.ai". Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To ARMIN PLAI'
co First Hungarian Literary
Society
Baal 79th Street
New Yoi k, New York.
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for Dlvorca
haa i" ,ii filed against you "n 11
ii.to .- niii led i 'use and you
hereby required to serve .1 cdps
. oui Answer to the Bill of Compl 1 1
on the plaintiff* aii'" ni -. and 1 .-
thi 01 glnal In tin- offl......I the I '
Ol III. 1 I 1 I "'lit On "I b, fore 1 .
;m-i of December, A !>. 1953, oUtfe -
wise .1 Decree Pro Confeaso will be
entered agalnsl you,
Tins notice shall be published 0
each week for four 1 inseeutlve wi
in THE JEWISH I LORIDIAN.
Dated, November I", 1933
r 1: LEATHERMAN.
B W.M W. ST< "KIN':
Clerk of the Cl nil I
Deput; '
Jerome G. Greene i"i-
BOTTS .v GREENE
Attorney* fo Plaintiff
241 Sho..land Blda Miami 32, Flo I la
11 20-27 12 l-ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA., IN PROBATE.
No. 31366-A
In Id ESTATE OF
SADIE SCHLCSSI.ER. Decease*!
To All Creditors and All Person- II
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnat
Said Estate
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claiins and demands which you, or
either nf you, may have against the
estate of SADIE scHl.CSSLER. de-
ceased 'ate of Dade County, Florida.
to the Hon. \V. K KLANToN, County-
Judge of Hade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse In Dad- County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication In -
of said claims or demands to cot -
tain the legal address of the claimant
and '" be sworn to and presented .-
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Data November I7th. A D. IJ58.
JOSEPHINE 8CHLU88LER,
As Administratrix of the
Estate nf .___
SADIE sciii.rssi.ER.
Deceasi .
KOVNER \- MANNHEIMER
Mioinevs for Administratrix
II L'ii-27 12 4-11
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
RE; ESTATE OF
kLBERT I. K VHN, D.....ased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
notice is herebs given thai 1
navi Hied our final report and p
,, for Final D icharge J co-e* -
I,,,. .1 the estate "f ALBERT 1.
K \HN. deceased; and that on
if December, 1953, we
IDA L. KAIIN
ARTHl'R M K MI.N
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorney! foi Co-exe< utora
II 20-27 1- '-'I ____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN
il,,. undersigned, desiring to ena
bus.in-s under the fictitious name
TROPIC Pb'HI ICATIONS, al I
4:4:1. Miami Beach II, iV. <
,,, reglatei 1 ild ......' th th.
Ci,',u Court of lode Co
I "|I,,M' ,Avil S QOLDF1NE
II 20-27 12 l-ll
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Tlw Iwtak Floridlan
Hclbj jckb lgal noMcm.
We ecpprwcla!* yonf
polrouaq* and cuarasv
cm accuTot* rTlo at
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