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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
hJME 27Number 48
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
curity Council Votes 'Strong Censure' of Israel
Russia and I^ebanon Abstain; Eban Invokes
Article XII of Arab Armistice Agreement
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^SH ON FOREIGN POLICY. Senator Guy M. Gillette (D-Iowa), member of the Senate
iiqn Relations Committee (left), and Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.), chairman of the Foreign
jtiOM Committee (standing next to Senator Gillette), expressed sharply conflicting views
[ently on US foreign policy in the Middle East, particularly in relation to Israel. With them
> Rudolf G. Sonnebom, national chairman of the United Israel Appeal, and Ellis Radinsky.
Bcutive director (right), at the UJA's National Conference on Problems and Planning held
Chicago in mid-November. Senator Wiley called for a mid-East defense command and
. that the West can help bring about peace in that area. Senator Gillette charged that
foreign policy was tending toward appaasement of Arab war parties and displayed
lugh tactics" toward Israel.
UNITED NATIONS'-(JTA) A
draft resolution condemning the
"retaliatory action at Kibya taken
by armed forcrs of Israel" was sub-
mitted to the Security Council this
week by Britain. France and the
United States and immediately be-
come subject of heated debate.
The Security Council Tuesday
voted "the strongest censure" of
Israel for the October 19th raid.
Israeli Ambassador Abba Eban
charged this was stronger language j
than the council had used against]
any other country ------ including i
the Communist aggressors in Kor-
ea. He said the censure was the
"worst possible prelude" to the di-
rect peace talks between Jordan
and Israel for which he called Mon-
day.
The vote in the 11-nation coun-
cil highest UN body and the
only one with authority to order
its decisions enforced was 9 to
0. with two abstentions. Russia
and Lebanon declined to vote.
Mr. Eban subsequently invoked
res (ireen Light to Aggressors:
S Zionists Hit Western Powers
With Evasion of Responsibilties
(KW YORK (JTA) Zionist
up< in the United States pro-
Ihia week against the "Big
ee" resolution on Kibya. Louis
sky chairman of the American
nist Council, which speaks for
Zionist groups in this country,
nanded the resolution as a "total
Ision" of American British -
fcnch responsibility for the Utrag-
Bitualion" that has arisen on the
ae! Jordan borders.
I'Never before has there been a
Solution of the UN Security
cil on the Palestine question
at did not firmly and unequivo-
?ly call for the conclusion of per-
anent peace in the area," Mr. Lip-
> pointed out. "Now, by deliber-
i choice of terminology, the great
^wers have made it possible for
Arab states to continue their
blicy of refusing to negotiate
bee with Israel. They have given
e green light to Arab aggressors
mtinue their war against Israel
by all means short of outright hos- j
tilities.
Britain Criticized
"On May 25th, 1950, the great
powers expressed 'their deep inter-
est and their desire to promote the
establishment and maintenance of
peace and stability in the area."
On numerous occasions since that
date the United States has repeat-
edly expressed its hope for peace
in the Middle East. Ait instead of
peace, there has been a long calen-
dar of robbery and murder com-
mitted by the regular and irregu-
lar forces of Jordan against Israel
farmers and townsfolk, without re-
spect to age ano\sex, on Israel soil.
Not once during this period has
any of the powers publicly ex-
pressed concern or regret and, in-
deed, the restraining influence of
Britain on the actions of its Jordan
ally has been sadly lacking.
"Now the powers propose the
'strongest censure' of Israel Jor
one isolated act of desperate re-
prisal carried out by the husbands,
brothers and fathers of women and
children murdered by Jordan
bands. We do not condone the in-
dent at Kibya, but we doubt wheth-
er Americans would have acted
very differently in similar situa-
tions, as the whole history of our
frontier shows.
"While the great powers censure
Israel they merely 'request the
Government of Jordan to continue
and strengthen the measures
which they are already taking to
prevent such crossing' of the arm-
istice lines. The fact is the Govern-
ment of Jordan and its armed forc-
es, generaled and officered by Brit-
ish professional soldiers, has com-
pletely failed to hold its nationals
in check."
Article XII of the armistice agree-
ment to the UN Secretary General.
In his letter, the Israel diplomat
pointed out that he had proposed
in his speech before the Security
Council a meeting with Jordan
which had indicated his non-ac-
ceptance" of the proposal.
Article XII states that "either
of the parties may call upon the
Secretary General of the United
Nations to convoke a conference
of representatives of the two par-
tita for purposes of reviewing, re-
vising or suspending" most of the
armistice agreement. The article
say that "participation in such
conference shall be obligatory up-
on the parties."
The draft expressed "the strong-
est censure of that action which
can only prejudice the chances of
a peaceful settlement which both
parties in accordance with the
Charter are bound to seek." It
called upon Israel "to take effec-
tive measures to prevent all such
actions in the future."
The proposed resolution al-o
note that "there is substantial evi-
dence of crossing of the demarca-
tion line by unauthorized pers<
Continued on Page 5 A
Laron Kanner Named Chairman
Of 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal
Won M. Kanner, Miami at-j
orncv and a civic leader for many i
h*r-. will head the 1954 Combin-,
fcd Jewish Appeal. Announcement |
P[ Kanner's selection was made;
hi- week by Carl Weinkle, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
federation, the agency which con-
ducts the annual drive here.
Names of division leaders and
"a'ps of major functions will be
Announced in ten days, Kanner
said. Members of the Campaign
Cabinet, the Executive Committee
lot Federation and the Initial Gifts
Group win be guests at a recep-
tion on Sunday at the Shelborne
Hotel, honoring Kanner and his
campaign officers. The affair will
be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
3The Combined Jewish Appeal,
which supports six local Jewish
agencies and more than 45 national
organizations including the United
Jewish Appeal, probably will start
in mid January. Kanner said. Ex-
act dates and the goal have not
vet been announced.
Goal for the 1953 appeal here
Continued on Pag* 2 A
lours lipsky
deplores "tetol evasion"
Judge Simon SoMott
. "struggle strengthens kinship"
CJFWFin
Resolution
Urges Peace
CLEVELAND (JTA) Speaking
for 800 Jewish communities in the
United States, the General Assem-
bly of the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds, at its
session here, adopted a resolution
expressing "grave concern" over
the joint resolution presented by
the US, Britain and France to the
UN Security Council censuring Is-
rael for the Kibya incident.
"We urge our government to use
its influence and prestige through
the United Nations and through
diplomatic channels to endeavor to
bring about such a revision of the
resolution in question, and to call
upon the governments directly
concerned to negotiate a settle-
ment of their differences and a per-
manent peace," the CJFWF Gen-
eral Assembly requested
Stanley C. Myers, Miami attor-
ney, who has long been active in
local and national Jewish affairs.
was reelected to the Board of Di-
rectors of the Council. Myers serv-
ed as president of the CJFWF from
Continued on Peg* 10 A
Aronovitz Top
In City Election
Commissioners Indicate
His Choice as Mayor
As The Jewish Floridian went
to press late Wednesday, reliable
spokesmen said here that Outgoing
Mayor Chelsie Senerchia. follow-
ing custom, may relinquish his
chair at the new commission's or-
ganizational meeting. It was re-
ported that Abe Aronovitz will be
supported for the mayoralty post
by B. E. Hearn, Sr.. and Randall
N. Christmas. H. Leslie Quigg will
second the nomination.
Miami attorney Abe Aronovitz
Tuesday led a field of six candi-
dates to sweep into the high spit
in the city commission race. The
political veteran has been in the
midst of Miami political and chic
affairs for the past 30 years.
Sent into office along with Aron-
ovitz who now assumes a seat on
the city commission were B. F.
Hearn. Sr., a 62-year-old plumbin-'
contractor, and Randall N. Chri-:
mas. attorney who became 33 dur-
ing the campaign.
Aronovitz. who also captured the
No. 1 spot in last week's primary-
election, polled 28.206 votes. Hearn
received 24.743 ballots and Christ-
mas, 22.926. Defeated candidates
were Arthur Person, 20,068; Jack
Horsley. 18.544; and John Red
Lake, 11.687.
Total turnout at the polls was
,49.998. It was the third highe-t
runoff in Miami's history.
He said that his first task as a
commissioner will be to attempt
!to bring about a mutual working
relationship between the city and
county commissions. "Improvel
harbor facilities and better and
wider Miami streets resulting
.from additional state funds
through the county commission
i would be some of the immediate
; benefits." Aronovitz explained.
Aronovitz ran his campaign on
Continued on Page 5 A


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My sincere thanks and apprecia-
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who worked so diligently in my be-
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And to all who supported me I
promise to do my utmost to justify
your confidence in me.
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Che*ed Shel Emeus
Plans Joint Installation
Mn. Israel Goldberg, president
of the Sisterhood Cbesed Shel
Emes*. will preside at a meeting
on Tiaesday. December 1st. 1 30
p m at the home of Mrs Rachaei
Sakasntz. 1533 SW 3rd Street, vie*
president.
Reservations will be made for
the combined installation dinner
of the Sisterhood aad the Greater
Miami Chevn Kadisha. of which
Nathan Ginsburg is newly elected
president.
Time for this function is Sunday.
December 13th. 6 p.m.. at the Dora
August Memorial Hall. 500 SW
17th Avenae
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.'j>4 r>/n.i,iamA Jewish Appeal campaign here.
Mr Kanner has long been associated with
-i:.d prjilanlhropic programs, and
;.,% assumption of the chairmanship represents
Us rise to leadership through the ranks of the
CJA
We are certain that Mr. Kanner will bring
to his oifice the devotion and energy which
have characterized his work heretofore. But
/recognizing the need for general participation
in the 19-04 campaign, we respectfully remind
he '.ommunity that his is a gigantic task and
lhat it will require the help of every responsible
resident here. The stakes af high Life
Dollars for Israel's upbuilding, am well as for
the continuation of the programs of many vital
organizations in our aita, throughout the coun-
try and overseas.
There can be no better tribute to Mr. Kanner's
assumption of office as chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign than for each
on* of us to enter into the activities of the
drive.
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saoos avade saa sBpesnrv bv varme of 3 world's'
sLaesfce --a- a^ocvaaec w reprTsc! mast be
MMMsl '- Ml :%r
Jnwfcrr.. and dse Arab league at targe, mssc
oace and far aQ be resszoded of tbe fact Mat
they were deosrrefy whipped by Israel daasg
v.* V.'ar of Libera&oe, Mat thesr armed farces
wi^cs aeted tbe UsnMd Natfans were chased
z/xk. across fbe scsds of tbe desert and thesr ieaaersiup begged far armistice talks on'
'zjt iMMki of Bh-odes oeiore '.be ir.iara MpMV
Lc's army aouid reach into tbe heart of Egypt
Jordan and tbe Arcr. League mast own up
to tbe fact that they have continued the stnzg-.
gie by econoayc means and tKT""gh well ilii
guised border infiltration and that they have:
debed 'he United Nations on two accounts now. \
SunJarry. tbe UN must be brought to admit that
j* censure of Israel is in poor taste in the face
of this defiance. Mr. Ebon, we are certain,
will be a proper spokesman to clear up some
very flagrant cases of bad memory.
Following the Security Council's move this
week. Mr. Eban invoked Article XII of the 1948
armistice agreement. Tins will force the Arabs 1
to come to the peace table and brush up on
what they have forgotten. They have been. I
heretofore, hiding behind their refusal to enter
into discussion with IsraeL We hope that they
no longer have that out
WHEN ASKED AMOUT MtSStDCMT EtSCMHOWETS
Act Sessser LeMsna zrsurtcd MM '^m,
set ssto practice zed that even M sssser sjjwiismi sere 1
fa ^y.*** ****** icsss potaoca: zed ece&icx
of renew asfel appeal tross zdzstazstratne eecv&cc<. tzc
eoasties wesAd SUB resssss ssrierttd Ts tke Prcsiem.' (\
isx "f-itfssg to taxtH] Is* casspsscs pressots is tkis rtjantr!
to task Me 1 ss tsat be seal, as jet. rete;>ed bo repir otker Chan z i.rstl 1
ssost U Ms letter fross the Wsrtc Bostse zeeretzr?
Senstor 1 Hiiaa u os the Senate Labor fists 11 1 sstli
^ecrscao ef Labor Doftm restgnaucc "Wantl
of tee RernsMwas Admizi Tafi-Bartie> rert.-- .tts
he -i flsrs
tailed to receive cooperation tross the I'll si si el zsd m.
Tbe Secretary ef Labor was hasji sffed by piimii inm tkl
Assonatzon of msssbTmrum 1 sad tbe lasted Su: zsnatrdi
sserce. while Mr. Eisenhowers adjisors are big feuuea
trves."
Senator Lehman saw \a/U- eonnection betsws th
labor and the Adssseailncms lauece to nanuic :*r= paskj
-exeept uuofar as all eeonoouc matters are wterre...--.-i Ost
vation circled bark to tbe McCarran Act again. I c. -.ted M
Nevada Senator recently boasted that President LW.ijtr 1
encourage or accept any re 1111 of his hdilstn Sense I
becasse theughtful for a raosstet. "I can only hope be is swt'*
said.
While the New York State Senatee was guarded m net ^
observations on Adaunistratios policy, showing grezi paueatt."
dismclmed to exercise any such p-tience on the subject U i*+\
McCarthy -McCarthyism is a diseese." he said, nhi: drnesi '
from neighbor breeds suspicion and appeals to fear nd passe'
Senator Lehman indicated that Senator McCarthys
tactics have immeasurably losrered oer gevenunent prestisn
"I speak from personal experience." he told me ~\Vbw I !
Europe last year. I could see the effects of MrCarthyusa." Ae
to Senator Lehman, the greatest danger coming fr the Wb
Senator's tactics is that they are growing into a national natur.
TO ISKAU F*0N AMERICAN JEWRY
"HIS AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S attack on fonserl
dent Truman is the most maucious technique yet .T:\ved To!
tioe Mr Truman's loyalty is to emphasize most clearly that *"
ism has grown completely intolerant of opposition or deviab
lying all such opposition as hereby which it would stamp out ?
and terror."
Parallel with this. Senator Lehman told me. is the impsesy.
which Attorney General Brownell made public unver::ublefil"
Federal Bureau of Investigation to support his unfunded W_
while suppressing others that might have placed Mr Trunun
more favorable light. Not all the facts are known Senator I
said, "but this is the mark of McCarthyism to accu*e wuhoot
the accused a chance to answer "
Senator Lehman's defense of Mr Truman was well foundsd 1
are fewer men who did more to prevent the .-pread of CV}"ff!3
than he. It was his administration that sponsored the Marfh'"1^
to aid indigent European countries, that organized the North AJ
Treaty Organization to create a unified defense army, that smr^M
tide away from irresponsible revolution in Greece and that *
even if only an unstable democracy in Italy. .
It was Mr. Truman who. at a moment's notice, entered "l
Korean conflict to halt the onslaught of Russian sponsored Co""^jCjl
there and which the Republican bi partisan approach to for*J,p^ J
upheld until its disenchantment with the war for politic*' P1*
Senator Lehman s experience with McCarthyism is W** ffloor]
On^une 11th. the junior Wisconsin Senator attacked him on I
of the Senate, while on July 20th. he repudiated McCarthy"* ^^f
of the day before that Senator Mike Monroney, in critic*1
Continued en Rase 5 A


jay. November yt953
+Jmis*nerkBan
PAGES A
f. Ratner Named Chairman of
mien's Division, Israel Bond Drive
, Matilda H. Ratner, presi-
of the Miami Millwork and
,er Co., has accepted- the po-
of chairman of the Women's
tjon of Dade County, State of
fa Bonds, it was announced
[this week.
Ratner, a well-known com-
Lt\ worker since 1927, said that
chairmen to a Central Plan-
Board will be named in the
future. The ladies will repre-
sectioni of Dade County in-
Ing Bay Harbor Islands, Bis-
Park, Coral Gables, El Por-
Bolden Beach, Hialeah, Home-
Hialeah Gardens, Indian
Kendall, Medly, Miami. Mi-
| Beach, Miami Shores, Miami
bgs, North Bay Village, -North
ni, North Miami Beach, Opa
Pennsuso, Perrine, South
Hi, Surfside, Sweetwater, West
and Virginia Gardens,
ye feel certain," Mrs. Ratner
kred. "that this Central Plan-
JBoard will do great service In
kg the sale of Israel Bonds at
crucial time."
Ratner is a past vice presi-
of the Greater Miami Jewish
ration, the only woman to
ever held this position. She
| also been closely identified
the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
l since its inception.
behalf of the community and
,'t.nference of Jewish Women,
Ratner spearheaded a
vful drive for the JDC, "Sup-
I for Overseas Survivors." Dade
nty received a citation for this
placing 12th in the United
and providing more than
|freight cars of food and cloth-
for refugees.
krlier this week guests to the
f! Bond Organization's Big
fce Dinner heard Ira Hirsch-
noted author, businessman
[diplomat stress the importance
rchasing State of Israel Bonds
present time,
rschmann was introduced by
ni Beach Councilman Burnett
ith Groups Meet
nree groups are presently
ting under the auspices of the
elite Center and in affiliation
the National Young Judaea
Irement, it was announced here
week. Meetings are held on
dnesday evenings, 7:30 p.m., at
i Religious School building.
/Mrs. matilda Kalntr
Roth, who was chairman of the
dinner which had as its slogan
Dedication, Devotion and Deeds to
Israel.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Greater Mi-
ami chairman for State of Israel
Bonds, also spoke briefly.
Aronovitz is Top
Man in Miami
Commission Race
Continued from Pag* 1 A
a platform for wider streets and
removal of the downtown railroad
tracks to make room for a modern
boulevard highway, making the
city manager more directly respon-
sible for moral conditions in Mi-
ami, completion of sewage projects
and establishment of a proper
drainage system and steps to pre-
vent public utilities from getting
higher rates than warranted.
His total in the city commission
runoff has been topped in past
elections only by the 40,271 Mayor
Chelsie Senerchia received two
years ago and the 29.193 polled by
Robert L. Floyd in 1947.
I.iibmnn Named
IMvaalv Of
Zionist \ssinil>!u
Seymour B. Liebman, Miami
Beach attorney and a member of
the National Executive Committee
of the Zionist Organization of
America, has beW^'priaihtea as
delegate to the American Zionist
Assembly.
The Assembly will meet in New
York City on December 5th
through 7th.
The appointment was announced
here by Rabbi Irving Miller, presi-
dent of the ZOA.
The American Zionist Assembly
has been convened by the Amer-
ican Zionist Council, and delegates
to it are appointed by each of the
national Zionist o r ganizations
which comprise the constituency of
the American Zionist Council, the
announcement explained.
Basis of representation among
the various bodies is on the same
proportion as represented at the
World Zionist Congress. No repre-
sentation is afforded by any of the
local chapters of the American
Zioist Council, since this Assembly
will undertake proposals for a
complete reorganization of the na-
tional and local chapters of the
American Zionist Council.
Liebman, as a ZOA delegate, will
represent the State of Florida and
will be one of the four delegates
from the seven states constituting
the Southeastern Region.
Security Council Votes Censure of
Israel; Russia, Lebanon Abstain
Cantor Robinson Will Chant
Coral Gables Young Adult Group
will meet on Wednesday evening,
December 2nd, 9 p.m., at the Cen-
ter. Cantor Irving Robinson will
discuss: Chanuka In Song.
Hialeah Center Slates
Party; Classes Resume
A Chanuka latke party will be
held by the Hialeah-Mremi Springs
Jewish Community Center on Sun-
day evening, December 6th, at 5:30
p.m. Pupils of the Sunday and
Hebrew Schools will perform with
a program of plays and dances.
It was also announced this week
that classes in Adult Education will
resume at the Center on Monday
evening, November 30th. Rabbis
from throughout the Greater Miami
area will participate in a rotating
faculty, with spiritual leaders con-
ducting one of the classes each
week.
Miami Sisterhood Meets
Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation wHI hold
a Board meeting at the Synagogue
on Tuesday, December 1st, at 1
p.m., it has been announced by
Mrs. William Weintraub, president.
iNATOR LEHMAN PRESENTS A LIBERAL POSITION
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1 i
United States Senator from New York the Honorable Herbert
Lehman stands on the terrace of his suite at the Sherry Fron-
enac Hotel with Leo Mindlin. of The Jewish Flondian. In the
only interview he ha* granted the press since his mv^Jl.ere
some ten days aqo. Senator Lehman told Mindlin that McOar-
ranism and McCarthy ism must be repudiated il American
pestige abroad is to receive a lift.
Continued from Page 4-A
tions of Roy Cohn and David
Schine, became "A flagrant ex-
ample of anti-Semitism."
"For a long time," Senator Leh-
man told me, "mine was the only
voice raised against McCarthyism,
but others have since joined me."
It seems now more urgent than
ever that these voices become
many and strong. Only ten hours
after my talk with Senator Leh-
man, Senator McCarthy, in a na-
tional radio broadcast, lashed out
against the "Truman Democrats,"
calling them traitorous and politi-
cal crackpots.
His continuation as head of the
Congressional Investigating Com-
mittee, he said, depends upon a
Republican dominated Congress.
"If you want my work to continue,"
he said, "then you will vote for
members of my party." As 1 see
it. this a tipoff to the present Ad-
ministration's difficulties, its fail-
ure to fulfill platform pledges and
the smokescreen that is McCarthy-
ism. Senator Lehman basks softly
now in the Miami Beach sun, but
his work is cut out for him.
The coming session of Congress
will try men's souls and his most
severely, for, with a righteous
heart, Senator Lehman must stand
in the midst of our political arena
one which has been made foul
by arrogance, distrust, demagog-
uery and disrespect for the privacy
of each one of us. McCarran, Mc-
Carthy, et al. What next?
Continued from Page 1 A
often resulting in acts of violence
and requests the Government of
Jordan to continue and strengthen
the measures which thy are- al-
ready taking to prevent suW cross-
ing."
It also reminded both Israel and
Jordan of their obligations to pre-
vent all acts of violence on either
side of the demarcation line and
called on both governments "to en-
sure the effective cooperation of
local security forces."
Observe Armistice
The resolution called on both
parties to "abide by their obliga-
tions under the general armistice
agreement and the resolutions of
the Security Council" and pointed
out that this is essential "in order
to achieve progress* by peaceful
means towards a lasting settlement
of the issues outstanding between
them." It told b6rbvto cooperate
fully with the UN trace supervisor
and requested him to report back
to the council within three months
"with such recommendations as he
may consider appropriate on com-
pliance with and enforcement of
the general armistice agreements,
with particular reference to the
provisions of this resolution."
While the resolution thus charg-
ed Israel with a violation of the
cease-fire and of the general armis-
tice agreement, observers here
pointed out that the resolution, by
referring to "retaliatory action"
implicitly recognized the existence
of provocation for the incident as
argued by Israel. Further, they
said, by referring to the Kibya in-
cident "and all such actions," the
draft also took some cognizance of
Israel's insistence that the Kibya
affairs should not be treated in
isolation but as one episode in a
long series of incidents.
Arab spokesmen were critical of
the resolution's failure to put teeth
into the censure of Israel. Arab
representatives before the Security
Council had demanded that the
Council call on Israel to put those
responsible for the Kibya incident
on trial and to punish them and.
had also demanded that, the Coun-
cil order Israel to pay compensa-
tion to those suffering loss and in-
jury in the Kibya raid. Neither de-
mand was incorporated into the
draft resolution.
The Israelis fought against any
form of censure by the Council.
They were keenly disappointed by
the failure of the resolution to
make any strong gesture towards
bringing about direct negotiations
for a peace settlement, and partic-
ularly by its failure to take note of
Israel's bid for direct high level
talks with Jordan leading to a set-
tlement of all issues.
Instead of making a bold move
towards an overall peace settle-
ment in Palestine, the three-power
resolution envisaged merely contin-
uation of the present armistice
agreements and Jordan-Israel talks
on'the leveraf'facaTc^rnmanders
along the frontiers.
Israel Assails Resolution
The Big Three resolution was
termed "one-sided and discrimina-
tory" by the Israel delegation at
the United Nations in an official
statement issued to the press.
"The resolution can only preju-
dice the chance of a peaceful settle-
ment of the dispute." the statement
said. It pointed out that the langu-
age used in the censure of "an
admittedly deplorable occurence"
was more "extreme and intemper-
ate" than ever applied by the Unit-
ed Nations to aggressive wars in
which there were thousands of cas-
ualties.
"The brutal slaughter of thou-
sands of Israelis at the hands of
aggressors before and since the
Arab-Israel agreements," the state-
ment said, has "elicited no word of
sympathy or of disapproval in the
resolution of the body to which
this draft is now submitted."
The Israeli delegation asserted
that the resolution came "close to
condoning the armed incursions
from Jordan." The statement went
on to say that the resolution re-
fuses to consider the causes of the
regional tension and concentrates
only on criticizing its results. "It
turns away from the clear assertion
of a need for a negotiated peace
settlement, such as Britain, France
and the United States have always
upheld in the past." the Israeli
delegation stressed.
"It even ignores completely the
proposals for an immediate and
specific discussion in the United
Nations of border tension between
the two parties," the Israel state-
ment continued. "In short, this
draft crystallizes and conserves all
the causes of tension in our area
and opposes any forward move-
ment towards a peace settlement
such as would eliminate the very
incidents -which have aroused the
Security Council's concern. This re-
fusal to deal with the basic causes
of insecurity is bound to increase
it. Its adoption would be a big step
backward from peace."
Charlie Farrell At i
Lauderdale Dinner
Charlie Farrell. popular perform-
er of piano and song, will appear
on the program of a Chanuka din-
ner sponsored by Temple Emanu-
El, Fort Lauderdale, on December
6th at the Hollywood Beach Hotel.
A Chanuka cantata, written by
Rabbi Marius Ranson and Cantor
Sherwin Levine, will also be pre-
sented.
The dinner, which will begin at
6:45 p.m., is open to the general
public, and reservations can be
made with Mrs. Marius Ranson, 818
SE 7th Street, Fort Lauderdale.
Demonstration of the celebration of Chanuka in the home
was qiven last week to parents of nursery school and grade
school children at the Town Branch of the Create.rMg*
Jewish Community Center, under the sponsorship of the uen
ter with the cooperation of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Louis Schwartxman. executive director of the Bureau (at right),
discusses the use of the menorah. Left to right are Mrs Jules
Friedman, nursery school head teacher; Mrs. Martin Sidui.
PTA program chairman: and Cantor Irving Robinson, ot the
Coral Gables Jewish Center.


FAGE 6 A
HBDAY
I
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Selma Rose Lewis. Jerome Rifkin
Choose December 27th For Rites
.ti Mrv Max Lewi*, of Mi
Beach, acuvjace the
of their daughter.
B K, to Mr Jerome Rifkia. of Mi-
I -be late Mr. and Mrs.
A B lift
.he r,ride-elect is a well known
> jth and young adult cow
.*: leader and is a graduate of
V ami Beach High School aad the
iiimiMj af M.a.-r.i She al*o at-
-ded the Cimersity of Colorado
At present. Miss Lewis is em-
;ed by the Dade County Board
Public Instnxtjoa as a first
:e teacher at Biscay ne
1 School
Rifkin ts a graduate of
ViCtsos High School. Brooklyn.
York, aad the L'aiteisxtj of
rate. where he was a member of
-a Sigma He serred fr*e aad a
>ears m the nary aad is aow
: ccia'.ei aitfe Dusiay l'i
. &jcayae BooJerard.
Xi>* Lewis was the
State aad Greater
- A B rat B-r-h Y
- and oae of the
Mi BThh Youth aad the Greater
Christian Youth Coaaai m
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr aad Mrs Metis Schaffer. of
SV 4Kb Street, aaaoaace the
of their
52*5a
fer b the farmer Bosrya Cobra
Mr aad Mrs
301 Sarte. Coral
tad Mr aad Mrs Joe
!! SW 3rd Street. Mi-
A ft
Mr aad Mrs. Joel VogeL of 1402
NW 23rd Avenue, mm the
tarth of their sea. Steven Craig. at
Doctors Ilinnil oa November
Vnm-I is the former Syt
er of Mr aad
Mrs. Mora SWmia Miami. Pa-
f tersal gimdaaiinli are Mr aad
Mrs. Loaat VoueL also of
Ix-Vine. Grossman
Mr aad Mrs. Jaha Greene of ChoOSt? February 28
Casdwefl New Jersey, aaaoaace. Mm Saadra Arlm* iA-w w *-
QMavJl
the birth of
Nmn Saadra Artme LeVme. of
3TB3 SW 27th Street, aad Lawrence |
Crosasaaa will
She was
Corps FWpstats. was
Yaatk Jadaea aad YM aad WHA
V uth and Young Adah
.-der of V Yoaag
.er Miaau Jewish C
CemM* aad was
1-ader m local
- -.a. Jui
Mr R;ft:-. a Tumhtr of the
Kaawak Order South West Lodge
The weddjeg date ha'
December r?th.
New Americans To
Mark Thanksgiving
In Celebration Here
of Caacrcaataoa Beta
Jacob wiQ celebrate the Festrral
of CTuiura x. Wednesday evening.
December 2nd. at 8 pa. Mr aad
Mrs Nathan Ginsberg will be boats
for the even: at the Strath Hares
I ma
paying af Caaatfca game* Caxl-
drea of the Beth Jacob Betigsous
See** wsU present thrmgbtang oi
the Caaaaka ramtlii and will ml
H-l I K-rt rf ftmn
The attaw will ate celebrate the
xrtaday of Mr* Loam Shafknv
rnifioi of the Sisterhood
lattndu the ImrdiirH Lee Meyer.
Jars Warner Moms ft Frank. %&
aba
FeJL Sarah Last
Hail i Sno-
Norman Moshergt,
Leave For Kumpc
The a*aaklya Jeaiit cwbi
or the weddag
of Misr- l_bej Jom|
Mosbtrt
'* 4aajhbT(
Paalr? Fan.
"r aadbTT Sath Street
t Aswan*. Miaou Beach. He Mri'faa^M^L^'.T1
Mr aad Mrs. Samaei Mat WI of fa*"**- "- Hbjb fc^tonda*TV-JL
3B1 SW 2nd Terrace Miami, an- Sebooi aad serred m the l"S Nary & Ha has the tV H\
Barbara Gafl. aa Noreseber Uth. Co *~ Team there
at Mouat Saaai naapstil Mrs. Mat ""* coapies weddiag wffl take _- .. .
piace at the Moan Beach Elks ? "*** '^
Lg^jp for Euraaeoa fhe vueeal
^ _____________________ j "*- Monberg h f^rioajki
SL; iTSbaSf alw! Go,dbcrs Mark SacbeTJ^V^
(iotden Anniversary n"l>*-"J ^-^^
At Singer Residenee
Mr aad Mrs Harry Goldberg, of
r73t SW Uth Stree-.
their
at a
by
Rxe
eiass wiH dhajday
..- kaowiedge of Aawncaa ats-
' rj aad rartnnai ta a special
T-atksgmag qua ptogranv
Mrs Gertmde Faher good
- ghbor ehairaua oi Couacil < W
Beach Dmsaoa. ts ittnaag m
p{a-wg oi the
ac*. as
A ababttgwl of the program will
te preaeatataoa af an offering of
to oae of the local bosattak
a token of appreciataon to the
{-op's adopted
Sisterhood
Plans Chanuka Festival
:' Zinora .*-. vtsh
will ssaesor a series of
> kaiak trrnrdiag u aa
this week. A.: af
fairs will be at the Center 44 Zi
anra Aitnai Coral Gabies
Slated for Decesaher 2ad. is a
hanehcoa aad fsihsne show at 12 30
p-ai. Other faactasas will iirlidi
a bazaar aad Mole Carlo oa Sat
arday fifing. Decesaher 5th. aad
a baaaar aad cararral oa Deces-
oer Sth
airr Ceater. aad has wife
are biiaag for Brooklyn. Mew-
York, next week to attend the Bar
Bitr*ah of their grandson.
T Holtaberg. son af their
ter
I Whale away, they wifl be
at a 45th aaarcersary baaaaat gr<
en by the Badaarar Circle which
they helped argaaae in UK aad ***' *-
of waach Mr Shaw is the boaorary Stager, at their
life presadeat
Day given by their soaialaa?
ffbWsl ijmikr
Murarbi Wosae-
of Maaan Bears rj]
Cbaaaka with a Udkr nrtii
'^ arday eveniri :--^sa'
Mrs. William D Mrs. Esther Zise^iem.
hotae. wM5 Gra- ts in charge
Kadimmh i.roup
Slat4>tt Program
t**'^'**' Chapter of the FVaeer re**tly retired
Wosaea will bold a Caaaaka party '
Sth. X p at at the Coral Gables
the Greater
of members will are-! LoM
seat the aroeiasa. Leo J Goldman
is caaoraaab af the Entertainment
Committee assisted by Albert
Shholer. Dr Maebael Fiedler. Ber
ard Kaaatr. Fred Sandier. Dr. Al
ezaader Kimler. Irriag Bayer. Dr
Moms riesman. Max Sorkloff
Albert Bersoa. John Baaaack.'
Abe fuse. David Meozer
Coral
made their
here for the past seres-years.
eJesrclaad. Onab. Mr
who is Tl yearr >d ag
from the retail
hardware hnrtarm He is a past
Board latmher aad Gabai oi Beth
? Concrecatioa aad ------------of
w. :* art
Mr: :u We
Mrs Joseph Brer--; Ttei
'til be beM in :r* soealj
Be- .'ana.
c- "iaeLi
seth In ail Congregataa,
gaest speaker
Sesf aad the Kaerie*i
Bugeser. Harry Stone, trsrm Lab-' _AJa atteadsag was Mr aad Mrs
bae Morne CouMoa. Marray Wil- Smeer-*
lea. Robert Miller aad Fred Black <****
er aratiag eample
Mrs Leo J. Goldman is chairman VaaderbtM Lnncrsity
: a. .
Miami Hebrew
School Installation
Miami llebrtw School aad Coa-
E-esataon wul hold aa mrtaJlatmn
at aewry elected officers aad
_ard saemaers ai
f^g. Wemher IStfe. I p
tabbi Simon April will be m-
stalfaag officer, with Edward L
errsag as master of eere-
Caator Berele
I reader the am
Mr? Mea Soceloff is in charge of
H: resaments
Choral Group Rehearses
The Caoral
Free! wren's Choir wi :.-sml
sacal
Out-of-town guests at the
dinner u
Saager home included two
ten. Mrs. Morris Hasen u
Alfred Meyer, of Oeresaad
i Goldberg's sister. Mrs. Sally
of New York City: aad then _
casldrea. Mr aad Mrs. M. Jacobs., ^^^
Xaabrtae. Tian.au ^^^
^ Junior Young Israeli
Mrt!EleetsNewOffrcen
Jaaior Youn; brad Oith*
week elected N. -- fbrorti
oi the cem-
wbo is a freshman
officers indaar
III I ll, Re!a
laa. neasater: Jalab tret.
tary: Barbara Lena.
nag secretary: anc >bsrmi
field.
Israelite Center Meeting
A regnJar meeting of the Iv
raeJute Ceater mil be held oa Taes-
lst. at pat., with
arranged by Irting
m
' the MBBth aaairersary oi
MaUrsky
will
for the
and Labor Zaoaists will bald
a rehearsal oa Tuesday evening.
leeeanber 1st. pax, at the home
ct Mrs. Dorothy Cole. 2131 SW 21st
T*. i ace
Bath aViplta. rtiianhwM of Mr.
andMrx trring B. rrtpL^. g|
3630 Flaminap Drrre. srbo
sriD be Baa Matron oa Sarat-
day morning Niiili
28th at 10:45. at Temple Bath
Sholom. Rabbi Loon Crocmh
orVimfng Both, a rtaJtal at
Beth Sholom's flpBijiiiim
School is in the 8th grade at
Namhms Junior High School
with
eaarses m Hebrew. Bibse. eaa-'
The elames win be
rectaaa of Babm Morton
Israelite Ceater spirstaaJ
the
mmmmmM


FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953
David Stahl Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Stahl, 2900 Brickell Avenue,
Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning, November
28th, 9 a.m., at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student at
Shenandoah Junior High School
and attends the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation Religious
School. He is treasurer of the Jun-
ior Congregation there.
David will address the worship-
pers on Saturday morning, with
K.ibbi Simon April, spiritual lead-
er, responding. Cantor Berele Kele-
mcr will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
A Kiddush and reception will
follow the ceremony.
*Jewlst>Fhrlrt**ri
OavM Stahl
Red Cross Placards Urge Safety In Pools
Marty Weiss To
He Bar Mitzvah
Marty Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome I. Weiss, 1215 Placetas Ave-
nue, Coral Gables, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning, No-
vember 28th, at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center Rabbi Morris Skop
and Cantor Irving Robinson will
officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah attends the Cor-
al Gables Jewish Center Religious
School and is in the eighth grade
at Ponce de Leon Junior High
School.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will
be hosts at the Friday evening On-
eg Shabbat and the Saturday morn-
PAGE7A
Aimed at preventing further
drownings in Dade swimming
pools, placards imprinted with
bafety suggestions will be mailed
to all private pool owners and pub-
lic pool operators who request
them, the Safety Services Commit-
tee of the local Red Cross has an-
nounced.
Private pool owners particularly,
Maurice Klein, chairman of the
committee, stated; are urged to
write or phone the Red Cross Chap-
ter for the free placards. Contrac-
tors who build swimming pools are
invited to secure a supply of the
placards for posting at pools when
construction is completed.
"Nineteen persons lost their

lives in Dade CWWrty drowning," Klein declared. "It I
amazing that three of these drown-
ings occurred in such small places
as swimming pools.
"While the remainder occurred
in canals, rockpits, the ocean, bay
and other places, many of them'
might not have occurred had our
rules been observed.
"Our twelve safety suggestions
are printed in bright red on con-
venient size cards which we hope
pool owners and operators will post
in conspicuous places. They should
be a constant reminder to bathers,
particularly our youngsters who
are apt to take risks which result
in death."


Marry Weiss
ing Kiddush in his honor. A recep
tion will be, held on Saturday eve-
ning at the Center.
Out-of-toWn guests will include
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.M. Kam-
insky. Mrs. J. Heiser and Mrs. M.
Mednik and daughter, all of Cleve-
land, Ohio, and Joe Weiss, of St.
Louis, Missouri.
Peter Stephen Perkel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perkel,
of 1001 4th Street, will cele-
brate the occasion of his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, No-
vember 28th,-i "fleach Jewish Center. Rabbi
Irving--iehrman Will officiate.
Peter is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School and at-
-fends the Religious School of
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter.
Richard Cromer Bar
Mitzvah Friday Eve
Richard Franklin Cromer will
become Bar Mitzvah during Fri-
day evening services of Temple
Israel at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph
Narot will officiate.
Richard is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jasper Cromer, 2100 SW 14th
Avenue. A reception will follow
the ceremony in his honor.
Home from the University of
Florida for Thanksgiving and to
help celebrate the event, is the
Bar Mitzvah's brother, Barry.
David Lerner To *
Be Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of David Lerner
will take place at the Beth El Syna-
gogue, SW 17th Avenue and 6th
Street, on the second day of Cha-
nuka, Thursdya, December 3rd, 8
a.m.
David is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lerner, 1421 NW 6th Street.
Miami.
He is in the eighth grade at
Citrus Grove Junior High School
and has attended Beth El Religious
School for four years, where he of-
ficiated at Junior services. David
is also an officer of the Safety
Patrol there.
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Leadership Institute. From left to right are Mrs. Henry Nelson,
vocational education; Mrs. Jack Davis, Youth Aliyah; Mrs.
Miriam Press, Jewish National Fund; and Mrs. Louis Goldman,
Medical Center. The hat on the table represents Hadassah
supplies.
Bender, Levin Bites
The wedding rites of Mrs. Ruth
Bender and Mr. Saul Levin were'
solemnized in a double ring cere-,'
mony wi Saturday evening, Novem- J
21st. Rabbi Simon April, spirit-1
uaTMeadur of the Miami Hebrew,'
.School and Congregation, officiated
in his study. The couple will reside
in Miami.
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Lester Rosenkrantz, son of Mr.
Philip Rosenkrantz and Mrs. Yetta
Rosenkrantz, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Wvember
28th, at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. Rabbi Irving Lehman will
officiate. An eighth grade student
at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School, Lester attttidS'the Reli-
gious School of theMfcami Beach
Jewish Center.
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The annual meeting of the Great-
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was announced by Stanley C. My-
ers, president. The" meeting will
be held in the auditorium of the
Center's Town Branch.
The Planning Committee for this
meeting, under the chairmanship
of Richard Fink, is preparing the
program.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1953
Van Straaten Day
Proclaimed Here
Members of the Miami Beach-Is-
rael Zionist district this week
speeded up their drive for the De-
cember 13th dinner at the new
Sterling Hotel with news of the
proclamation of Alex Van Straaten
Day by Judge Harold B Spaet.
Spaet, vice mayor of Miami
Beach, set aside December 13th
in honor of the former president
of the Zionist district. "Alex Van
Straaten's continuing efforts for
the district during the years when
Zionism no longer was viewed as
fashionable kept Miami Beach well
up in the ZOA," Judge Spaet
stated.
Reservations for the $25-aplate
function at the Sterling indicated
that the goal of 400 persons will
' be reached, according to Leo Rob-
inson, dinner chairman. Fred Jo-
nas, district president, and Sey-
Imour B. Leibman, chairman of the
[Board, have been named vice
[chairmen of the dinner.
Itabbi Irving Lehrman spoke at
[the Zionist Luncheon Club's session
[Wednesday which opened the
Iweekly series at the Shelborne Ho-
Itel. He pointed up the significance
[of the dinner, first major fund-
raising effort by local Zionists in
more tha^n two years. Proceeds of
he dinner will go to the American
Jionist Fund.
The kosher catered dinner will
be under the personal supervision
of David Rosner, owner-manager of
Ihe Sterling. The hotel opens at
B7fi7 Collins Avenue on December
Btli. and the dinner will be the
lirst major function there.
kvisMcrk*
PAGE 9 A
Judge Harold B. Spaet. vice mayor of Miami Boach (center)
proclauns December 13,h as Alex Van SSLSE?*Mfc
a $a rC^ !5?2! ^ 0n- ***** chai <
Decen^ber n.K ?(Kmal *"%" P Van Straa,en ^heduled on
December 13th at the new Sterling Hotel. Jonas is president
oAesponsgrmg Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District and L
oTL?TT 7 *" dTer-Liebman'chairman ol **d
oi the district, also a dinner vice chairman.
Shapiro Says Jewish War Veterans
Will Concentrate On National Policies
irandeis In Midst
If Academic Year
WALTHAM The largest stu-
lent body ever to enroll at Bran
leis University registered recent-
for the opening of the young
hool's sixth academic year. Some
!5 j oung pien and .women, 305 of
lem freshmen, arrived from
Jl parts of the country and from
. foreign nations
This yeartatottlVundergradu-
les will be joined by 42 men and
imen who will be the first stu-
knts in the new Graduate School
I Arts and Sciences of which Dr.
ax Lerner is chairman. Courses
ading to advanced degrees will
offered in Chemistry, Musical
omposition, Near Eastern and Ju-
>ic Studies and Psychology.
This is the sixth year of sus-
ined increase in the registration
t Brandeis. Beginning with a stu-
ent body of 103 and a faculty of
|3. the University has steadily
own but has maintained its fav-
orable faculty-student ratio of one
P ten. The expanding physical fa-
lilities at Brandeis have kept pace
pith the growing student body and
[acuity.
((instruction activity at Brandeis
Biis summer saw the creation of a
vostory annex to the library.
jeheduled for completion by early
October. Provided for the Univer-
'!> by the Brandeis National Wom-
'i s Committee which supports the
library, the annex will provide -ad-
ditional stack and reading area.
eating capacity will now be en-
larged to more than 300 and stack
Pace to 110.000 volumes.
students in the new Brandeis
raduate School of Arts and Sci-
inces wilr colpe to the University
Ironi seven states and from Egypt,
'widen and Czechoslovakia. Thir-
iin of them are women, and one
a Korean veteran.
The undergraduate enrollment of
i>5 represents a 15 percent in-
TOase over last year's figure. Stu-
wnts will sign up this week for
'!8 courses, the largest number
*t offered, and will study with
1 faculty of 110 educators. More
than looo applications were re-
*JVI for the 300 places in the
"p-shman class.
Among the new members of the
brandeis faculty are Dr. Kurt Gold-
lein. psychologist; Dr. Hans Gerth.
ho will serve as Professor of So-
jal Relations; and Arthur Berger,
"<* York Herald Tribune Music
"ic, who will serve as Associate
foicssor of Music.
With the election of National
Commander Harry T. Madison, of
Detroit, Michigan, the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States this
year will concentrate its efforts on
major issues of foreign and do-
mestic policy, Harold Shapiro,
Commander of Miami Beach Post
330, Jewish War Veterans, an-
nounced here this week.
In the field of legislation. Com-
mander Shapiro said, the veterans
will seek congressional action to
revise the McCarran-Walter Immi-
gration Act and will appeal for a
permanent Federal statute to end
discrimination in e m p loyment.
Resolutions adopted by the organ-
ization at its recent national con-
vention also call for action to bring
about the enactment of a wide
range of civil rights legislation.
A priority tyem on, the JWVs
legislative program. Commander
Shap'irp addCj'4, j5 fch$ lodging of a
formal protest against passage by
the1 HrJtise trf Representatives of
introduced at the last session of
Congress by Senator William
Langer (R-ND). would restore the
United States citizenship of Alfred
Theodor Ex, former German-
American Bund official who re-
nounced his American citizenship
in 1937 to become a citizen of Hit-
ler Germany. An Immigration Sub-
Committee of the House Judiciary
Committee refused to consider the
Bill prior to Congressional adjourn-
ment until the JWV had been giv-
en an opportunity to voice its op-
position. The chairman of the Im-
migration Sub-Committee, Repre-
sentative Louis E. Graham (R-Pa),
had notified Senator Langer that
hearings on the measure would be
deferred until Congress recon-
venes.
A sharp expansion in the JWVs
Veterans Service Program, which
last year met the welfare and re-
habilitation needs of more than
110,000 veterans and veterans' de-
pendents, was also signalled by
Commander Shapiro, who said that
a continuing flow of World War
II veterans into the offices of the
JWVs service officers is being
swelled still further by veterans of
the Korean fighting. The JWV,
he said, "will oppose with all the
resources at its disposal any at-
tempt to curtail or eliminate badly
needed hospital facilities for war-
wounded veterans."
Turning to the foreign scene.
Commander Shapiro announced
that the JWV will urge expansion
of the recent mutual defense talks
between the United States,, New
Zealand and Atistralia to include
".ill nations with Pacific interests
Senate Bill No. 508. This measure? -who have demonstrated their readi-
ness to resist Communist aggres-
sion." He said that the JWV would
urge inclusion of the Republic of
Korea "in any arrangement for the
military defense of the Pacific area
against communism."
At home. Commander Shapiro
observed, the Jewish War Veter-
ans "continues to regard both do-
mestic Communists and the bi-
gots and hate-peddlers who are
their brothers under thr-skm as the
prime threats to America's unity
and security." The JWV, he said,
will vigorously support all efforts
to expose and defeat Communist
attempts to infiltrate diverse areas
of American life.
in
Beaming Mrs. Ra-
chel Mines, of
Chicago, will visit
her niece and
grandniece as a
result of winning
a free round trip
to Israel, from
Service for Israel,
Inc. Mrs. Mines'
name is selected
by El Al Israel
Airlines hostess
Sheila Mugaloff
in Service for Is-
rael's main office
at 2 Park Avenue
in New York.
Looking on are
Abraham Krum-
bein (left), vice
president and treasurer of the organization, and Aaron Krum-
bein (right), general manager.
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Beach Center Chanuka Institute Slates
Session For Parents On Tuesday
The annual Chanuka Preparation
Institute sponsored by the Parent-
Teacher Association of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will be held
on Tuesday, December 1st, at 10:30
a.m., according to Mrs. Benjamin
Greene, president.
The workshop, planned for the
parents of the Center Religious
School students, will include a com-
plete orientation on the forthcom-
ing festival of Chanuka. Mrs. Irv-
ing Cypen, Institute chairman, an-
nounced that a varied informative
program has been planned high-
lighted by a talk by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman on Chanuka observances,
after which he will conduct a ques-
tion and answer period.
Cantor Philip Brummer will
teach the special Chanuka songs
and blessings. Purpose of the Cha-
nuka Institute will be discussed by
Saul Rabin, eduational director of
the Center. Methods of teaching
the story of Chanuka to children in
various age levels will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Norman Glover,
Center Nursery teacher, and Mrs.
Gershon Miller, dramatics instruc-
tor and Sunday School staff mem-
ber.
Demonstrations and displays will
include arts and crafts, home dec-
orations, holiday foods, gift wraps
and a Sisterhood Gift Shop display.
A special holiday luncheon will be
served at noon in the Center din-
ing room.
The Chanuka Preparation In-
stitute Committee includes the

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tel, Henry Hillman, Harold Hirsch-
field, Sherman Kaplan, Erwin Kar-
son, Samuel Lurie. Herman Mech-
lowitz, Morris Medof, Jeanne Scher
and Samuel Wiesen.
Chanuka. the Feast of Light, will
be ushered in on Tuesday evening,
December 1st, with tl.e kindling of
the first candle and the exchange
of gifts and will continue through
Wednesday, Deember 9th.
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1IDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953
INF Slates Tag
)ay December 26
.hwish National Fund Tag Day
nil be observed in the Greater
kliami area on Saturday night and
Sunday. December 26th and 27th,
irrording to the president of the
M Council of South Florida, Rab-
pj Moses Mescheloff.
Currently, tne Jewish National
hind is completing the 15,000-acre
bainage project in the Huleh
nvamp region of Northern Israel,
estined to become a rich agricul-
iiral settlement for tens of thous-
of refugee families, Rabbi
lie -i heloff said.
In a special appeal to the public
n connection with the Zion Tag
lay to be observed at the begin
Brig of December in northern
ties, and at the close of the
>nth in this area. Dr. Harris J.
evine, president of the JNF said,
I1,. accepting these tags you are
^monstrating your support of the
lg Jewish state at this crucial
nc in its history, as well as your
Infidence in its ability to make a
bme for the hundreds of thous-
|i the Jewish National Fund's
nd reclamation programs, which
1 now the center of international
jlention, you are taking part in
realization of the historic 2,000
ar old dream of Zion redeemed."
Rabbi Mescheloff has appointed
ara (loldenberg Lit tin an to be
airman of the local Tag Day.
prkers from every Zionist group
Hie area will take part in the
Ibln- solicitation, he said.
fmisiiflotttiinn
PAGE 11 A
liscayne Track
Kings Into Stride
pith the first 10 days of grey-
uiid racing completed, the Bis-
fne Dog Track has swung into
|l -tride in its Fall meeting, prac-
ally assured of breaking all ex-
Ing State records in both mutuel
Iv and attendance,
pcayne's claim to the highest
capita wagering mark of any
rida track also appears safe
|m the rises' c6rhpiIedL,$fp! *$
f meeting. '''' ,ftB5 ***' r *"
|n the first 100 races run off at
Northside Oval, an even 37
fcent of the favorites hit the
first, showing that Biscayne's
gan. "where the dogs run truer
Iform." is no myth.
Leading in kennel standings so
\ this meeting is the locally own-
[M It Ostlund outfit whose grey-
Jnds have registered eight wins,
fr seconds and two thirds.
ose behind are Randle Broth-
|. <' II Lovely and Ohlinger and
ir. with four wins apiece. Carle-
Cole's Sawbuck Kennels is in
Jh place with three wins, four
fcmds and a like amount of thirds
In Arch De Geer close on his
el-s with three wins, one place
f" and four shows.
One <>f America's greatest grey-
"nd champions. Real Huntsman,
lied by Randle Brothers, of
Icnita. Kansas, has sent eight of
1 offspring to the winner's circle
ar this season, and it appears
ely that the Great Huntsman's
tp will be perpetuated in the
ort of Queens for years to come.
WORK A BLOCK FOR THE COMMUNITY CHEST, say Chest
officials as they step from the 112-year-old coach borrowed
from the James E. Pepper Archives to recruit volunteers for
the house-to-house campaign on January 10th. Left to riqht.
Roy Kitts. executive director of the Chest, holds the door for
Mrs. F. F. Ravhn. Metropolitan Division chairman. Campaiqn
chairman John B. Turner assists as the Pepper Coachmen look
on Miami Beach co-chairmen. Eugene Schwarz and Mrs.
ni 1?awson' mc3ed residents here to join the Red Feather
Block Club.
in
fynamic Psychology
|roup Has Talks
meeting of the Dynamic Psy-
ogical Society of Greater Mi-
will be held on Friday, 8 p.m.,
the home of Mrs. Ben Hirsch,
10 SW 21st Street, Miami.
public speaking class will'be led
frank Meyer. Tina Miller.
inche Burke, Herbert H. Hutner.
, Sl(lney Ettinger will discuss
Finality. Dynamic psychology
11 be discussed by Dr. Sidney
ss_ Linda Ettinger will be fea-
ed m a talk on child guidance.
icheon Slated
The weekly luncheon meeting of
imiLBeach Lodge- B'nai Brith>
'be held on Tuesday. Decem-
1st, 12:15 p.m., at the National
fm Rabbiy Mayer Abramo-
will be guest speaker. His
SI*'11 be: A R*bbi Looka
U*swa. Luncheon chairman
nw s. Miller.
Greater Miami
Vaad Urges Shops
Fulfill Obligations
The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashruth, in a statement by Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky. executive di-
rector, this week said that the aims
of the Vaad are to serve the pub-
lic, as well as the dealer, in kosher
products in the following ways:
"1. To insure the consumer from
getting a non-kosher product.
"2. To insure the dealer in kosh-
er products from unfair competi-
tion due to misrepresentation in
kashruth.
"The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashruth is not, however, a price-
controlling' organization an.o.
therefore, cannot withdraw its en-
dorsement-from a koaher. establish*
men* which set St its. owit pciota'aa
long Mtniii .
'That establishment abides by
the laws of the Shulchan Oruch in
regard to kashruth.
"That it is 'trustworthy' in mat-
ters of kashruth, that it follows
the rules and regulations of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
and that it fulfills its obligations
to the Greater Miami Vaad. Ha-
kashruth.
"Th'e following rules of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
are of the utmost importance for
kashruth, the community and for
the protection of the parties in-
volved," the Rabbi stated further.
"The mashgeeach must have full
freedom and perfect autonomy in
the establishment to fulfill his
duties in matters of kashruth with-
out interference of the owner or
employees of the establishment.
"That, the ring or wing-clip with
the inscription, GMVH, in English
or Hebrew, must be attached to
poultry locally slaughtered as a
sign to, identify the kashruth of the
poultry in the establishments en-
dorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth.
"That failure to abide by any
of the rules or regulations of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth is
a breach of trust.
"We, therefore, notify the butch-
ers belonging to the Miami Butch-
ers!-Guild that if they will not ful-
fill their obligations to the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth within the
next two weeks, they will not have
the ring or wing-clip of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth on their
poultry. It will be compelled to
withdraw its supervision and en-
dorsement from their establish-
JWV Post To Be
Feted At Service
The Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, North Shore Post
No. 677, will be honored at serv-
ices on Friday night at the North
Shore Temple. Rabbi Mayer Ab-
ramowitz. Center spiritual leader
and Post Chaplain, will conduct
services.
The Post will sponsor its first
annual Chanuka party on Wednes-
day, December 2nd, 6:30 p.m., at
the Center.
Regular meeting of the Post will
be held after the party at 8 p.m.
A TV set will be furnished by
Frank Reiner to view the fights.
Gigi Is Sparkling
At Casablanca
Anita Loos' adaptation of Co-
lette's amusing work, Gigi, is now
on the boards at the Casablanca
Theater. Director-producer Sam
Hirsch has brought to the adapta-
tion just enough spark to make it
excellent theater.
Mr. Hirsch's second production
this season opened last week and
has since been packing in Greater
Miami audiences. His direction
leaves little to be desired. In ad-
dition, Gigi has polished perform-
ances of a credible cast.
Designer Al Brenner has skilful-
ly exploited the Morocco Room's
unique stage setting.
Yvonne Clifford as Gigi, the
coquette who marries for love
rather than convenience, is the
same role that brought fame to
Audrey Hepburn on the Broadway
stage. Male lead -JKarl Redcoff,
back from New Y6rk and Boston,
portrays a Gasttiri with excellent
precision. He is a performer of
unusual polish and authority.
Chief surprise of the opening
evening was Corinne Breton, whose
characterization of Madam Alvarez
had been whipped up in three days.
Others who turn in notable per-
formances are Scampy Jalass, Flor-
rie Loeb, Barbara Sohmers and Er-
ic Applewhite. All in all, Mr.
Hirsch's production of Gigi at the
Casablanca Theater is well worth
seeing.
Frishmcm Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Fannie
Frishman, formerly of 4305 Mer-
idian Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, November 29th.
11 a.m., at Mt. Ne'bo Cemetery with
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating.
Mrs. Frishman is survived by three
sons, Arthur, Seymour and Leon-
ard; a daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Gold,
and one brother. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
Ginsberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Eva
Ginsberg, formerly of 849 Michi-
gan Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, November 29th,
2 p.m., at Mt. Zion Memorial Park
Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff officiating. Mrs. Ginsberg
is survived by her husband, Morris,
and a brother, Hyman Kagan, of
Coral Gables. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Private Home Offers
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with twin beds, private entrance, with
strictly kaiher meals. Reasonable.
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Youth Council Tag Day
For Levi Hospital
Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Youth Council will hold a Tag Day
ion thel Leo N. Levi Hospital >m
Hotsprings, Arkansas, Friday.
Funds will-be solicited in down-
town Miami and Miami Beach by
the council.
The hospital is devoted to free
treatment for sufferers from ar-
thritis, rheumatism and allied
diseases. Patients are accepted
without regard to race, creed or
color, a council spokesman said
here.
AJC Marks Chanuka
On Tuesday, December 1st, at
11:30 a.m., the Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress will '
join in an annual Chanuka brunch
at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Shapiro will give the invo-
cation. Mrs. Morris Kogan, over-
all president, will give a report on
the national AJC convention.
There will also be traditional Cha-
nuka candlelighting ceremonies.
t III It I hssssssasfcsai
saafcasss
ments and announce its withdraw-
al publicly.
Rabbi Rackovsky listed the fol-
lowing establishments which do
fulfill their obligations to the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth:
Israel National Kosher; 230 SW
5th Street. Miami; Adler's H Kosh-
er Meat & Poultry, 1832 SW 8th
Street, Miami; Mogen Dovid Kosh-
er Meat Products, 1987 SW 8th
Street, Miami: Royal Kosher Meat
Market, 5987 SW 8th Street, Miami;
Parkway Kosher Meat & Poultry,
1255 Coral Way, Miami; Coral Way
Kosher Meat & Poultry, 1741 SW
22nd Street, Miami; Rubindale
Kosher Meat & Poultry, 2117 Coral
Way, Miami.
Herman's Kosher Meat Market,
207 Almeria Avenue, Coral Gables;
Sunshine Meat & Poultry, 436 Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach; Kap-
lan's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 621
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach;
Royal Kosher Meats & Poultry, 523
41st Street, Miami Beach; Royal
Kosher Meats & Poultry. 9454
Harding Avenue, Miami Beach;
Northshore Kosher Meat & Poultry
Market. 7446 Collins Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach; Herman's Kosher Meat
& Poultry Market, 732 6th Street,
Miami Beach; Hoffman's Kosher
Meat & Poultry Market. 415 Es-
panola Way. Miami Beach.
Obituaries
JOHN H. FISCHER
.-.2. of aano HaiidtiMc' av.. Siurfelae,
who came here nine yeaxi ati" ftum
Chicago, died XnVeinheilMh.' lit* Was
a salesman. Survivors Include hi*
wife, Mildred, and a brother, Louis,
both of .Miami Beach, ituriai will be
in chicane, with local arrangements in
charge of Beach .Memorial Home.
Boston's Hying Fingers of Radio
Iff MAUSER
at the piano
AVAILABLE WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS
SHOWS and COCKTAIL LOUNGES
For information please call 5-3277
JACOB GLASS
58, a winter vfntof from Boston. M'ii
Sunday. lie was a retired jeweler.
Services and burial will be ;* t Boston,
with Hearh Memorial Phapol In
charts of local arrangements.
NATHAN HALPERT
7S. of ]:,::, Lenox Ave., Miami Bea h
dird Monday. He came hsre 11 ^eari
aao from Philadelphia nnd wai
tired diamond broker Surviving are
his .wife. Dora; two daughters, Mrs
I'Yeda Qoodelman and Mrs Kuth Ran-
iiin. and ;i brother, Bam. all of Miami
Beach; three prrandcnUnren anil one
great-grandchild. Burial will be in
Philadelphia, with local arrangements
bv Riverside Memorial Chapel! -Miami
Beach.
HARRY PORTMAN
74, nf j:,|n BW llth St., passed awav
.Monday. Services were held Tuesday
in Miami Riverside Chapel. Burial
was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. He came
here io years ago, and was retired.
Surviving ace his Wife, Anna; two
daughters. Mrs. W&yt Tupler, of Mi-
ami Beach, and Mrs. Rose (Jreenberj;.
of Mla/ni.
Skinner Ornamental Iron Works
Now Located in Our New Home
1131 N.W. 21ft AVENUE PH. 45-3583
MRS. SARAH KAUFMAN
67. of s:(l St-cond St.. .Miami Bearh,
clh'd Tuesday in a hospital. A Miami
Beach innHnnt since 1933, Mrs. Kauf-
man came here from Providence, It.
I., where he had helped found what
Is now one of the city's largest or-
phnnaces. She continued active in so-
cial work here and was a charter
member of Anna Miller t'ircle of Mi-
ami Beach. Hadassah. the National
Council of Jewish Women, the Amer-
ican Jewish Conjcreaa and ConKrea-
tion Beth .laroh and Its sisterhood.
Mrs. Kaufman Is survived by her hus-
band, Harry I.., and a son, Marvin,
tioth of Miami llencli. Services will
be at noon today in Riverside Me-
morial I'hapel. Miami Beach, with
burial in Ml. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. E. SPIVACK
Teacher of
PIANO, SINGING, ELOCUTION
THEORY OF MUSIC
915 8th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 5-2444
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the undersigned, desiring t>> angaa,
business under the fictitious Mime i
\ a- \ DISCOUNT AOENCT, at 11
m: First Avenue, Miami. Kla.. in- '
to register said name with the Cle c
of the Circuit Court of Dude Com >,
Florida.
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R. W. APTE
I.Km ACKERMAN
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attornevs for Applicants
SM BeyboM Bldit., Miami, Fla.
11/6-13-20-27 .
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NAME LAW
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tli, undersigned, desirimr to eiurag,- In
business under the fictitious name of
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N.K. 1st Ave Miami, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dadc County. I'
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RAIJ'H ST. JOHN
KKSSI.ER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1782 W. KlaKl.r St.
11/27 12/4-11-18__________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1643*0
JUKI. ISAACS, Plaintiff,
vs.
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TO: JESSIE ISAM S
I 11 \ West End Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
YOUARE HEREBY NOTTFTKP
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on HENRY M. CAIN. Attorney f-
Plaintiff. HIS West Flagler W
Miami. Florida, and file the original
of same with the Clerk of the ah
Court on or before December 2. 1
otherwise the Complaint will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
day of -^--""-^..'^VhkRMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: U SNKl.nKN,
Deputy Clerk
HFNRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
r.lfl W. Flagler St.. Miami, Floral*
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953
SEC. B
Iritain Sets Stage to Help
Jordan Ward off 'Attack'
LONDON (JTA) Late \as\
L?k. the conditions under which
Mtain would go to the assistance
J Jordan against "aggression" by
faeli forces were outlined by For*
In Undersecretary Anthony Nut
[g, in a written statement to P.
ID Baker, Conservative MP.
The Undersecretary carefully
timed provisions of the British-
tdan treaty of alliance which in-
Sves the two states acting in con-
h to settle by peaceful means
Iputcs between one of them and
|third party and the conditions
j|,r which one will come to the
Cistance of the other in the case
[hostilities.
Air Nutting's statement also de-
fied what Britain had done in
nging the recent Kibya incident
lore the United Nations Security
luncil and recalled Britain's ac-
ptance of responsibility to pre-
nt aggression under the Tripar-
Declaration of 1950.
Weakening Israel Security,
In lurther discussion of the Pal-
line .situation in Parliament, Her-
ri Morrison. Foreign Secretary in
Labor Government, warned
unst the strengthening of Egypt
the Western Powers to the ex-
it of imperiling the security of
feel.
Speaking in the debate on the
Ken's speech. Mr. Morrison
ged the Western Powers to keep
mind the desirability of a gen-
nl peace between Israel and the
ah states. "If there should come
of this a situation in which the
Hilary strength of Egypt is in
based to" a great extent, which
kild imperial the security of Is-
Irl ..- a state and therefore im-
tul the peace of the Middle East,
Iwould be very unfortunate," Mr.
[orris declared.
[The British Government's desire
|r a peaceful settlement of the
|y-Laws To Be Read
[Hebrew Free Loan Association
Greater Miami will meet on
londa) evening, November 30th,
1p.m. at the Town Branch of the
Ireater Miami Jewish Community
enter, according to an announce-
ment by Isadore Schwartz, presi
[ent. Second reading of the by-
pws will take place during the
peeling.
Palestine issue was stressed, mean-
while Sir David Maxwell Fyfe, the
Home Secretary, who expressed the
hope that way would be found to
eliminate from Anglo-Israel rela-
tions "such disturbing factors as
the recent border incidents which
have deepened the estrangement
between Israel and its neighbors."
Speaking at a dinner of the An-
glo-Israel Association, the Home
Secretary paid tribute to such Is-
raeli achievements as the reclama-
tion of the Negev, high standards
of health and the provision of edu-
cational facilities. He saw in the
Queen Elizabeth Forest in Israel
established by Jewry in the vari-
ous Commonwealth countries a
means of helping foster closer" re-
lations between Britain and Israel.
Israel Ambassador Eliahu Elath,
another speaker at the dinner, said
Israel welcomed the United Na-
tions Security Council dealing with
the problem of Israel-Arab peace.
He expressed hope that recent
tragic incidents would not deflect
the Security Council from the
major issues in the Middle East
which would only be solved by a
real peace. The Israel Ambassador
also called for strengthening of the
Arab-Israel armistance agreements
by the Council, asserting that while
Israel had viewed the armistice as
a prelude to real peace, the Arab
states considered it, no more than
a breathing spell to devise new
means of warring on Israel.
May Prosecute Pocono Resort
Under Pennsylvania Bias Laws
PHILADELPHIA Prosecution
by Pennsylvania law enforcement
agencies of a leading Pocono resort
hotel for discriminating against
Jews was asked this week by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
In a letter to Acting Attorney
General Harrington Adams. Fred
Grossman, ADL regional director
for the state, accused the High
Point Inn, a Mount Pocono resort,
of having "mailed to various resi-
dents of Pennsylvania and of at
least two other states" cards stat-
ing that the hotel caters "to a
young Gentile clientele between 20
to 35 years of age."
Grossman argued that the dis-
criminatory 1 a n g uage violated
Pennsylvania law which makes it a
misdemeanor for any place of pub-
lic accommodation to send out com-
munications "intended or calculat-
ed to discriminate against any re-
ligious sect, creed, class, denomina-
tion or nationality."
"It has been the experience of
this organization," Grossman wrote
the Attorney General, "that our
law against discrimination by
places of public accommodation is
honored more in the breach than
in the observance." He added, "We
believe that the complaints we are
here calling to your attention cre-
ate an opportunity for our state's
law enforcement agencies to dem-1
onstrate that they will enforce to
the hilt laws intended to safeguard
the democratic guarantee of equal-
ity of opportunity."
In Pittsburgn, Judge Samuel A.
Weiss, president of the League's
Pennsylvania Regional Advisory
Board, declared that prompt action
by the Attorney General's office
'will serve as a lesson to those who
are inclined to disregard the obliga-
tions laid upon them by the laws
protecting civil rights."
Six months ago. Judge Weiss re
leased the result of an ADL sur-
vey which showed "a marked trend
towards more democratic patron-
age policies" on the part of hotels
and resorts in th Pocono Moun-
tains area. The report, based on a
six-months study of 92 resorts and
hotels showed that 71 per cent
which gave indication of discrimin-
atory policies in an earlier 1950
study, no longer practice them to-
day.
An historic step in the almost half-century existence of the
National Home for Jewish Children at Denver was marked this
week with the announcement tha the Denver institution has
changed its name to the Jewish National Home For Asthmatic
Children. Shown signing the document which made the name
change official is Mrs. Fannie E. Lorber, president. Looking on
is Louis E. Levitan, executive director of the National Home.
The National Home, founded in 1907, is dedicated to the free,
nationwide treatment of children suffering from chronic in-
tractable asthma.
Says US-Sponsored Water
Suggestion is Not Practical
TEL AVIV (JTA)-The Ameri-
can-sponsored Tennessee Valley
Authority plan for region develop-
ment of the Jordan River is "un-,
practicable" and is aimed not at j
development of the river's re-
sources but at preventing Israel's i
use of them. Pinchas I.avon. Israel '
Minister without portfolio, charged
here. He spoke at the second |
annual meeting of the representa-
tives of Mapai settlements.
Continuing his criticism of the j
United States, Minister Lavon de-
clared: "A certain nation which
used to speak in high-sounding
words of the development of un-
der-developed areas suddenly-
doubted Israel's right to use the
little natural resources in her pos-
session."
He asserted that Israel was pre-
pared for "every conciliation" but
stressed that it would not give up
its "very right to existence." He
emphasized that Israel has always
wanted United States friendship.
but not as "friendship by dictate "
(The New York Times reported
from Jerusalem that Eric John-
ston, President Eisenhowers per-
sonal envoy to the Near East, who
: has been visiting Israel and the
' Arab states in an attempt to sell
them the TVA plan for develop-
'. ment of the Jordan's water re-
1 sources, believes that "skillful dip-
lomacy'" could obtain Jordan's an'l
, Syria's support of the plan. Mr.
I Johnston was reported as believ-
ing that it is the political climate
i in the Arab countries which for-
bids their leaders from supporting
! the regional development plan.)
Nathaniel H. Goodrich, Depu-
ty General Counsel of the
United States Department of
Defense, has been named
Washington counsel of the
American Jewish Committee.
Goodrich is resigning from
Government service to join
A,C. He succeeds Marcus
Cohn, who has acted as
Washington counsel for the
organization since 1944.
Gccdiich joined the Depart-
ment of Defense as Special
Legal Consultant in Febru-
ary. 1948.
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gramming iv\* Srxxadenins the hon
tons of democrat"? m Flonda
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ner a> dedicated to the 40th
aanrx-ersar? of the AaU-i
V.mS- har. V V":'\.V!.si.Mf nx-nt Ihrv-taMnut rfcxrMh to
5 HfH al B'nai BYrtn rxs-xivwrnta M edweatiorva: an1 social Mti
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iended the BaBBaJ F\xnda State I S i mmisrat tor. nolirx Both *>
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>AY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953
fount Sinai Given
:und For New
tadioactive Lab
I'lans for the establishment of a
radioactive isotpoe laboratory w*re
be nun this week at Mount Sinai
Hospital, when members of the
.nitcd Order of True Sisters,
greater Miami Circle and-Lodge
to. 43. presented Samuel Gertner,
executive director of the hospital,
nth a gift of $2,000. -
The funds, according to Max Oro-
iitz. president of Mount Sinai, will
used to purchase equipment
necessary for setting up the highly
Specialized laboratory and to make
available to indigent patients the
fadioactive materials which are a
part of this type of treatment.
The laboratory will be utilized
(tor diagnostic, therapeutic and re-
search purposes. x
Mrs. Mary Scisorek, president
hi .1 Florida Cancer chairman, stat-
ed that the $2,000 check would en
Lble the hospital to continue its
Expanding research plan and to be
bf service to medically indigent
patients in the community.
Mrs. Julian Ollendorf, chairman
Jf the Greater Miami Circle, said
lhat the National Cancer Service
bf the United Order of True Sis-
has contributed $10,000 to
Bate on a national level to hos-
pitals throughout the country for
Indigent patients for radioactive
Isotope treatments.
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PAGE 3 B
Daytona Beach To Be Site Of Annual
Senior Judaea Conclave December 25th
Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital,
receives a check for $2,000 from Mrs. Mary Scisorek (center),
president, and Mrs. Julian Ollendorf, chairman, of the Greater
Miami Circle, United Order of Tiue Sisters.
Bureau Plans Adult Education Council
Plans for the formation of a Jew-
ish Adult Education Council have
been announced by Max Meisel,
president of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami. A
meeting for this purpose has been
called for Monday, November 30th,
rabies Zionists
Install Officers
In December 3rd
Coral Gables Zionist District in-
stallation dinner will be held at
|he Cypress Room of the Antilla
lotel in Coral Gables on Thursday
evening, December 3rd. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, spiritual leader of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
kill be principal speaker.
Officers to be installed include
Morris Simon, who will assume the
presidency for a second term; Dr.
Ibraham Kitzen, Daniel Cravitt
nd Irving Sperling, vice presi-
dents; Meyer Fine, financial secre-
tary; Manuel Barkin, treasurer;
Dlorey Rayman, recording secre-
tary.
Mrs. Morris Simon, correspond-
[):..' secretary; Harold Shapiro,
Ichairman, Morris Belgrade, Max
[Friedson, Oscar Greene, Abe Hure-
.';'. Louis Kaplan, Albert Levick,
rMrs. Albert Levick, Oscar Lelchuk,
I Dr. David Oberstein and Sidney
(Sanders, members of the Board.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments includes Max Friedson, Mrs.
Max Friedson, Mrs. Albert Levick,
Dr. A. Kitzen, Harold Shapiro and
Sidney Sanders.
Southern Judaea Camp
Plans Summer Sessions
A two-week camp in the South
for Southern Judaeans to take
place during the first part of June
was announced by the Southern
and Florida Zionist Youth Com-
missions, joint educational youth
agencies of the Southeastern Reg-
ion Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, and the Southern, Southeast-
ern and Florida Hadassah Regions.
Decision to sponsor the non-prof-
it camping experience for boys and
girls between the ages of 10 and
17 was made at the annual fall
meeting of the Youth Commission
held in Atlanta, Georgia. Approxi-
mately 100 young people are ex-
pected to attend the two-week ses-
sion from June 9th through 22nd,
1954. The commission has obtain-
ed the use of facilities of Camp
Blue Star, Hendersonville, North
Carolina, in the Blue Ridge Moun-
tains, 200 miles north of Atlanta.
The program will be divided in-
to two separate divisions, one for
the pre-seniors, 10 to 12 years of
age. and another division for the
13 to 17 year olds. The senior
division is to supplement the Na-
tional Young Judaea Camp Tel Ye-
hudah which takes place for one-
month sessions during July and
August.
8:15 p.m., at the Bureau of Jewish
Education building.
Representatives from all Jewish
organizations sponsoring adult
Jewish education programs have
been invited to come together to
review the success or failure of
their programs and to attempt to
form a community-wide organiza-
tion to clear program ideas and
to stimulate better approaches to
adult Jewish education in the com-
munity, Meisel explained.
At the meeting, a sample panel
discussion will be held on the sub-
ject: Jews Religious Group?
What? The panelists will include
Dr. Arthur H. Maynard, head of
the Religious Department at the
University of Miami; Rabbi Max
Shapiro, of Beth David Congrega-
tion; and Harold Thurman, chair-
man of the Bureau's Adult Educa
tion Committee.
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau, will act as
moderator. It is hoped, said Meis-
el, that out of the meeting "will
emerge a clear conception of the
role of community organizations,
as well as of individual organiza-
tions, in meeting the problem of
improving Jewish adult education
in Greater Miami."
Daytona Beach, Florida, has
been selected as the site for the
seventh annual winter conclave" of
the Southern Region of Senior Ju-
daea, and the dates set for the
event are December 25th through
29th, according to an announce-
ment released by Miss Sonia Stern,
of Nashville, president of the Reg-
ion. The Princess Issena Hotel will
serve as conference headquarters.
Over 100 teen-age boys and girls
from Florida, Georgia, South Caro
lina, North Carolina, Tennessee,
Alabama. Mississippi and Louisiana
are expected to take part in the
four-day conference.
Highlights of the conclave in-
clude workshops on American Af-
fairs, Zionism and Israel and Jew-
ish Living. A staff of 15 adults
will work with the young people
during the December conference.
Expected to take part in various
sessions are Raphael Adler, music
director, Youth Department Jew-
ish Agency; Yosef Peri, of Israel:
city directors Ralph Dolgoff, At-
lanta, Mrs. Frank Rochstroh, Bir-
mingham, Mrs. Irving Brukner,
Jacksonville, Joseph Schandler,
Memphis, Miriam Schcinberg, Mi-
ami, David Pollock, Nashville,
Earnest Siegal, Savannah, Arnold
Gussin, New Orleans; and Herman
Popkin, youth director and Anita
Schwartzmann, organization secre-
tary.
One of the features will be a re-
port of the Summer In Israel pro-
gram this past July and August
which was participated in by 44
Senior Judaeans of whom three
were Southerners: Carol Freeden-
thal, Atlanta. Debbie Rabhan, Sa-
vannah, and Sandra Goldfine,
Nashville.
Rabbi IS'arot To
IHhcusk Xori'lis/
Sh ofvm Aseh
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will dis-
cuss novelist Sholem Asch's depar-
ture from Miami during his ser-
mon from the Temple Israel pulpit
at Friday evening services.
The Rabbi's interpretation of Mr.
Asch's departure will be presented
as an outgrowth of his discussion
with the novelist who attended
services at Temple Israel last week.
According to an announcement
here. Rabbi Narot offered prayers
for Mrs. Asch's recovery at that
time. She is currently ill in France.
After the service, Mr. Asch con-
veyed to the Rabbi his feelings
about the attitude of Jews to his
writirgs and about the future of
the Jewish community in America.
I Teen Age Chanuka Affair
A teen age Chanuka dance will
be held at the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center's Town
Branch on Tuesday evening, De-
cember 1st, 8 p.m.
Formerly a student at The
Citadel, Charleston, South
Carolina, Pvt. Gilbert M. Berg
is now stationed at Fort Eus-
tis, Virginia. He is the sop of
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Berg, of
the Southern Fruit Shippers
Company.
Father-Child Chanuka Party
Is Feature At Beth Sholom
A gala Father-Child Chanuka
Party sponsored by the Temple
Beth Sholom Men's Club will be
held on Thursday evening, Decem-
ber 3rd, 6 p.m., at the Temple
Banquet Hall.
Attraction of the dinner party,
will be a Chanuka gift to every
child, consisting of live pets. Spe-
cial awards will be a puppy and a
colorful parakeet.
Besides the ceremony of kind-
ling the festive lights, the program
will include additional entertain-
ment. The Sponsors' Committee,
consists of Herbert Linick and Jon-
Stern in Viola
Concert At MJM
The University of Miami School
of Music will present Victor Stern,
violist, in recital at Beaumont Hall
on Monday evening, November
Davis Heads Maule
Hardware Division
Announcement was made this
week by Maule Industries, Inc., of
the establishment of a Builders'
Hardware Division at their North
Miami Avenue plant and sales
office. The opening of the new de-
partment is in line with Maule's
long-range program to furnish
South Florida builders and con-
tractors with a complete building
materials and builders' supply
service.
Melvin E. Davis, well known to
contractors in this area for his
management of the hardware and
windows department of Lindsley
Lumber Company, heads the new
Maule department.
Davis has a background of more
than 35 years in the hardware bus-
iness and for the past eight years
has been identified as an authority
on builders' hardware.
Davis, who was born in Chi-
cago, Illinois, has been a resident
of Miami for 17 years.
During 1942-45, he was with the
30th, at 8:30 p.m. He will be as-
sisted by Jeffrey Stoll, pianist
Stern joined the School of Mu-1 US Army Military Intelligence. Af-
teaching staff in 1952 as an | ter returning to civilian life. Davis
also a
Barton's Initiates
Maccabee Week
NEW YORKWith the endorse-
ment of outstanding educators
throughout the country, Stephen
Klein, president of Barton's Bon-
bonniere candy stores, this week
announced I Am A Maccabee
Week, November 27th through
December 3rd, to be celebrated in
all Barton shops.
Each child visiting any of the
57 Barton's stores, accompanied by
an adult, will be given, free, a
Maccabee Gift Bag containing an
I Am A Maccabee button, a Judah
Maccabee Pledge Card, the story
of Chanukah and candy. The but-
ton, designed by Barton's, shows a
likeness of Judah Maccabee and
carries the slogan, I Am A Macca-
bee.
The card, listing pledges on such
important qualities as action, cour-
age, allegiance and belief, gives
Jewish children a measuring stick
for patterning their lives after the
famed hero.
Klein, well-known for his con-
as Brotman, co-chairmen. Jack Ab-. tmuous efforts to further Jewish
bott. Men's Club president, Dr. Nor- J education among children, calls I
man Russ and Irving B. Kaplan.
Liebmcm To Address
Beth Sholom Institute
Rabbi Leon Kronish this week
announced that Seymour Liebman,
local Zionist and member of the
National Executive Committee of
the ZOA, will be guest lecturer on
Wednesday evening, December
2nd, 8:45 p.m., at the Temple Beth
Sholom Adult Institute for Jewish
Studies.
Liebman will speak on: Jeru-
salem Calling. This is the sixth in
a lecture series on 300 years of
American Jewry- Preceding the
lecture will be the courses in He-
brew language.
Am A Maccabee Week an educa
tional project. Like his other edu-
cational efforts through the Bar-
ton's chain, he has provided the
necessary fun and good things to
eat which make learning a pleas-
ure.
In preparation for the coming
holiday, Barton's stores are featur-
ing a new decorative plastic Men-
orah, an authentic reproduction of
the one found in the Holy Temple.
Another new item is a milk choco-
late bar with the figure of Judah
Maccabee in raised design. A
large plastic spin dredel filled
with chocolate covered raisins is
another Chanukah item. Instruc-
tions for a new Chanukah game are
included with the dredel.
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instructor of viola. He is
member of the University Sym-
phony Orchestra and in charge of
training the viola section. He is
a graduate of the Chatham Square
Music School, New York, and a
pupil of William Primrose.
Stern's program will include
Concerto for Viola in B minor by
George Frederick Handel; Noc-
turne, Opus 9, No. 2, by Frederic
Chopin, transcribed by Pablo Sar-
asate for the violin and arranged
for the viola by Victor Stern;
Twenty-fourth Caprice by Niccolo
Paganini, arranged for viola and
piano by William Primrose; and
Concerto for Viola, Opus 3, by
Alessandro Holla.
was made sales manager of Linds-
ley Lumber Company's hardware,
paint and specialty department.
Prior to his hitch with the Army,
he had been buyer of hardware,
paint and plumbing supplies for
Lindsley and sales manager of the
wholesale division of Dania Sup-
plies Company.
Davis, whose home is at 253 SW
66th Avenue, is a member of First
Church of Christ Scientist. He is
Past Commander of the Legion of
Guardsman. Miami Post No. 1.
American Legion. He is also a
member of the Coral Gables Post,
and of Prudence Lodge No. 958. F
and AM Blue Lodge, Chicago, Il-
linois.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center leaders
meet to celebrate the burning of the Center mortgage, ine
ceremony was held on Sunday evening. Shown left to ngm
are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan; Phil Begun. Religious Board
chairman; Hal Kravitx. president; and Rabbi Harry Ethnger
spiritual leader. The mortgage burning was possible through
the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Gelvan, Center leaders stated.


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nior Hadassah Launches Notional
ucation Campaign On Near East
we will be helping to see that our
l.ivhington, D.C. Junior Ha-
Lh, the Young Women's Zion-
Orgamzation of America, has
nched a nation-wide educational
Academy Room Mothers
Plan Chanuka Seminar
A Chanuka Seminar sponsored
by the Hebrew Academy Room
fnZZZ STJW! prfstleI Mothers will be held at the home
to persuade the Arab states to ne- 0 Mrs. Alexander
gotiate the transformation of armis-
Kogan, 3722
Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach,
op coining Monday, November
30tfc,.l im.
A special u program j dedicated to
the Festival of Chanuka will be
presented by parents attending the
advanced adult Hebrew class which
meets weekly at the Academy.
An original playlet written by
sah maintains Israel, and trips Rabbi Alexander S Gross and en
peace treaties."
The convention heard reports
from members who spent the sum-
mer studying and working in Is-
rael. They described progress being
made at Meier Shfeyah, famed chil-
dren's village which Junior Hadas-
throughout the country. Plans were
made to send other members on
similar trips to Israel next sum-
mer.
iaigntv WflP#nt Jewish youth, itice agreements into permanent
i ihe facts about the current -
fa in the Middle East.
J"he program was decided upon
[the organization's 30th annual
kvintion, which was attended by
500 young women from
ioughout the country. The four-
convention opened in Washing-
on November 25th.
Jhe educational campaign was
fcn as a key factor in preparing
luncan Jewish youth for meet-
their responsibilities toward
Iping to see that pace prevails in
Middle East and that friend-
\p netween the American people
the people of Israel is guaran
|d
Jlanche Aronowitz, of Paterson,
|w Jersey, national membership
chairman, told the convention:
fEventa of recent days have once
lin demonstrated that* Millions
Americans Christians and
s, Zionists and non-Zionists
ready to defend American-Is-
iriendship from the attacks of
D-r who would undermine it.
The extraordinary reaction
(ws the nation to the threatened
Ihiirawal of aid to Israel has
en most gratifying, but we can-
now relax our vigilance."
Mi"s Aronowitz recommended
It meetings be held throughout
country by Junior Hadassah
\i\- and that speakers present
facts on the present situation
|t'. Middle East.
he urged that membership in
Inur Hadassah be increased, as-
ting:
l"B\ increasing our membership.
Miss Sperling Is Hostess
Miami Beach Masada will hold an
Oneg Sabbat Friday evening at the
home of Mrs. Beverly Sperling, 321
Michigan avenue. Miss Aya Brick-
lin, of the Hebrew Academy facul-
ty, will be guest speaker.
JCRS Rummage Sale
Mrs. Beulah Poncher and Mr-.*
Dorothy Moses are holding a rum-
mage sale at 700 NW 3rd Avenue,
according to an announcement this
week. Prpceds will be for the Jew-
ish Consumptives' Relief Socity.
rnai B'rith Women
Date Member Tea
IB'r.ai B'rith Women of Miami
111 hold a paid-up membership
at the Colony Restaurant on
fiesday. December 1st, 1 p.m.
Membership chairman Mrs. Al
is.tr is in charge of the pro-
lam.
(Mr- Ida Optner, District vice
resident, will give a short talk fol-
|' by a musical program.
Mrs. Mike Forer is master of
kremonies. She will introduce
|r Daniel Lapin. singer. The
eggy C'romer School of Dance will
resent a group of dancers.
r00 \>i# Citizens
Will Take Oath
Miami Beach civic leader E. Al-
bert Pallot will address the open-
ing session on November 30th, of
swearing-in ceremonies for 500
naturalized citizens. This will be
the largest group ever processed
at one time in South Florida.
Pallot is the recently-appointed
director of the citizenship training
program launched as a year-round
project by the Harvey W. Seeds
Post of the American Legion.
The naturalization hearings will
be held in Federal Court at 9 a.m.,
with Federal Judge John W. Hol-
land officiating. They will contin-
ue on December 1st, 2nd and 3rd,
with 125 new citizens sworn-in
each day.
AlSo scheduled to address the
foreign-born on these days are Gil-
bert J. Balkin, of B'nai B'rith, Dr.
Jacob H. Cunningham, National
Conference of Christians and Jews,
and Father F. J. Finnegan, rector
of Corpus Christi.
Unique in the group is a new
citizen from Thailand, and another
from Trans-Jordan. Largest seg-
ment of 267 is British, with 188
from the British West Indies. In
all, 44 nationalities will be repre-
sented.
Pallot is extending first-time in-
vitations to civic organizations to
participate. The delegates will
form the nucleus of a new citizen-
ship community committee for the
area.
titled, Menorah Of The. Ages, will
be dramatized at the affair. Partici-
pating in the skit are the Mes-
dames, S. Irwin Becker, Irwin Ma-
kovsky, Abraham Margel, Alex Mil-
ler, Albert Naness, Robert Reich,
Sidney Rubinowitz, David Seid, Isi-
dore Spolter, Abraham Steinberg,
Ida Wessel and Joseph Zemel.
The progam is under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Shushannah Spector,
instructor of the group.
The Seminar will include instruc-
tion in the various laws and cus-
toms of the holiday, the prepara-
tion of traditional Chanuka foods
and singing of popular Chanuka
melodies.
According to Mrs. Kogan, chair-
man, a contest will be sponsored by
the Room Mothers, honoring three
homes most appropriately decorat-
ed, depicting and expressive of the
Chanuka spirit.
Judges will be Irving Firtel,
president of the Daddies' Club,
Rabbi Gross, principal, and Mrs.
Sidney Rubinowitz, president of He-
brew Academy Women.
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Joint Chanuka Dance
The Beth David Synagogue will
hold a Chanuka dance on Satur-
day evening, December 5th, 9 p.m.,
in its newly completed and air
conditioned auditorium. Entertain-
ment and music will be provided
by Jack Donnet. The dance is un-
der the joint sponsorship of the
PTA, Sisterhood and Men's Club.
North bade Meeting Tuesday
Sisterhood of the North Dade
Jewish Center will hold a Board
meeting on Tuesday morning, De-
cember 1st, 9:30 a.m., at the Cen-
ter, 13830 West Dixie Highway.
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Workshops on Centers
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Mn. Eleanor iMimft
Irs. Roosevelt
rill Speak at
|JA Conference
t\v YORK Mrs. Eleanor
>.elt will be one of the guests
pnor and a principal speaker
l< three-day Annual National
erence of the United Jewish
which will meet at the Wal-
Astoria Hotel in New York
comber 11th, 12th and 13th,
announced this week by Ed-
| M. M. Warburg, general chair-
:>f the UJA. Warburg- said
|hat the three-day conference
hear from other outstanding
i in world affairs as the stage
for the UJA's 1954 nation
| campaign and as the Appeal
lates its 13th year of con-
is fund raising activity.
three-day Annual Confer
he said, will bring together
than 1,200 leaders repre-
Dg c arm p a i g n communities
^ghout the United States
five-fold purpose will be to:
Assess the 1954 budgetary'
Irements of th UJA's three
|ituent agencies the United
Appeal Joint Distribution
littee and United Service for
Workshops of the JWB Southern
Section Convention, held here re-
cently devoted to a reexamination
of the purposes, program and oper-
ations of the Jewish Community
Centers in the eleven Southern
States which comprise the South-
ern Section of JWB.
In the discussion of the relation-
ship of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter to the Synagogue, the delegates
agreed that the Center, like the
Synagogue, "recognizes the funda-
mental character of religious val-
ues in Jewish life. Both institu-
tions are vitally interested and de-
dicated to the enrichment of Jew-
ish living in America. Both in-
stitutions have the means of com-
plementing each other in their ef-
forts to achieve their common ob-
jective."
Delegates reported that there
was an overall tread toward* co-
operation between synagogues aad
Jewish Community Centers in the
South. They also indicated that,
in addition to the Jewish Commu-
nity Center programs, which they
conduct in their own buildings,
they are also helping other com-
munity institutions, such as Syna-
gogues, Hebrew Schools, Homes
for the Aged and local affiliates
of national organizations, to carry
on group work activities in their
respective facilities. The group
work skills, staff and program re-
sources at the Center are being
made available to these institu-
tions.
While several instances of con-
flict, between the Jewish Com-
munity Center and the Synagogue
were described, it was felt that
these could be resolved, if the pro-
fessional and lay leaders of the
Scene at the recent Southern Section JWB convention on Miami Beach
respective institutions bee ame
more familiar with each others
program, and gained a better ap-
preciation of each other's efforts
in behalf of the total Jewish com-
munity.
Among leaders present were
Leo Ackerman, Dr. Samuel Beck-
man, Philip Berkowitz, George
Chertkof, Ben Clein, Ben Essen,
Herman Feldman, Milton Fried-
man, Murry* Grossman. Leo Hu-
berman, Irviag, Lax< Leon Kaplan,
Joseph Maaters, Stanley C. Myers,
A. Albert Pallott, Max R. Silver,
Sidney Stiller, Carl Weinkle and
Harry Zuckerman.
Others, outside of Miami, who
were similarly honored were
Aaron Brenner, Memphis, Eph
New Americans.
(2) Hear reports on the recent
extraordinary economic meeting
held in Jerusalem under auspices
of the Israel Government and at-
tended by more than 160 leading
representatives of Jewish commu-
nities in the United States, toe
United Kingdom,.Canada, France.
1 Australia, South Africa, Argentina,
Mexico and Switzerland.
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the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. Four candles, on
a mammoth birthday cake, were
lit by four members of the Jewish
Community Center, representing
the four generations of the Jewish
Community Center movement in
America. Participating in this
ceremony were Mrs. Anna Levine,
president of the Greater Miami
JCC Golden Age Friendship Club;
Mrs. Abraham Cohen, chairman of
the Children's Program Committee;
Sheldon Rosenthal, president of
the Maccabeen Clue; and Robert
Cohen, representing all of the chil-
dren of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center.
Julian Zander, co-chairman of
the Centennial Committee, present
nity Center as one of the earliest
Centers to be established in the
South. Max E.stroff, president of
the Augusta JCC, Sidney Rosen,
past president of the Augusta JCC,
and Dr. Nate Goldstein, vice presi-
dent of the New Orleans Jewish
Community Center, accepted the
plaques in behalf of their respec-
tive communities.
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Charnmsky. San Antonio, Gilbert |ed citations to the August Jewish
Delugach, Memphis, Abe Dumas,
Charleston, Max Estroff, Augusta,
Dr. Herbert Levy, Tampa, Jay
Markowitz, Tampa. Ben Marks,
Corpus Christi, Dr. Samuel S. Riv-
en, Nashville, Sidney Rosen, Au-
gusta, Dan Schlanger, Houston,
Louis Shimel, Charleston, Maurice
S. Uman, Tampa, Joseph War-
shaw, Tampa. Dr. William Wexler,
Savannah, and Julian Zander,
Nashville.
An impressive- candlelighting
ceremony was conducted by Eman-
uel Troop, director of activities of
Community Center as the second
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___4TICEU.O PARK CONCRE-
TION will hold Friday evening
vices at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Iris Rakovsky officiating. Subject
i bis sermon is -scheduled as:
Bthcrly Love. Kaballath Sabbath
vices are slated for 6:30 p.m.
|jS Rubin, Miami attorney, will
cuss the inside story of Com-
hnism during the Oneg Shabbat
Bowing. Saturday morning serv-
s are at 9 a.m.

IMORA JEWISH CENTER will
early services Friday at 5:15
to be conducted by Reverend
doll E. Brill. Special Thanksgiv-
services will be held at 830
with Rabbi Max M. Landman
Iciating. assisted by Cantor
lid Bagley and the mixed choir.
Lie of the Rabbi's sermon will
Jso Much To Be Thankful For.
|<>nr:. Shabbat will follow, spon-
by Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Gill-
Services will begin at 9 a.m.,
brday, with the reading of the
lion of the Torah. The Rabbi
speak on: Jacob's Life In
|pt. Junior congregation will
services in the Maloff Room,
cha is scheduled for 5 p.m., fol-
fcd by Shalos Seudos and
riv. Services daily are at 7 a.m.
| Sunday at 8:30 a.m.

ETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
will hold Friday evening
[ices at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
ning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
ate and discuss: Thanksgiving,
|How. At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will
ch on the Weekly Portion. Min-
is at 4:30 p.m., followed by Sha-
Beudos and Maariv. Daily serv-
jarc at 7:30 a.m., followed by a
I in Mishna. Mincha is at 5 p.m.,
Iwed by a class in Jewish laws
I customs. Gemorrah class will
eld Tuesday afternoon at 4il5
RAELITE CENTER holds early
by night services at 5 p.m.,
I late services at 8:15 p.m. Rab-
|orton Malavsky will officiate
ireach on the subject: Are We
! Thanks. Cantor Samuel Sal-
Iwill render, the musical por-
*W. and Mrs. Morris Arqja,.wi 11
or the Oneg Shabbat follow-
he services in honor of their
|Jules. who has just returned
active service. Saturday
ling services are at 8:30. Rabbi
>sky will officiate and preach
le Weekly Portion, with Can-
|alkow rendering the liturgical
on. Mincha is at 5 p.m., fol-
by Shalos Seudos.

|ESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
will hold Friday evening
jtes at 5 p.m. Late Forum and
fe are at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
nam Casael will devote the
ng to a Thanksgiving service.
p Abraham Seif, assisted by
Hebrew School Choir, will
the liturgy. Saturday morn-
ervirs are at 8:30 a.m. Adult
dass will be conducted by
Cassel at 4:15 p.m. Evening
f0 at 5 p.m., followed by
Sabbath social hour. Daily services
are at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Louis Cassel officiating and
discussing: ThankfulnessA Vir-
tue. Guest Cantor Alexander Cohen
will assist Cantor Albert Glantz in
rendering the musical portions of
the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat, ten-
dered by the Sisterhood, will fol-
low. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman will officiate, with the
Center Choir assisting under the
direction of Jerome Taft. Subject
of the Rabbi's sermon is sched-
uled as: The Coat of Many Colors.
The Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr.?#nd Mrs. A.,
Greenfield in honor bf their wed-
ding anniversary. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m. Junior
services are slated for 11 a.m., with
Hebrew School students participat-
ing.
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a.m. David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Stahl will become Bar Mitz-
vah. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer
rendering the musical portions of
the liturgy. A class in Mishna is
scheduled for 4:30 p.m., followed
by Mincha and Shalos Seudos.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating. Subjects of his
sermon is sheduled as: A Warning
To Parents About Teen Agers. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9:30
a.m. Members of the Hebrew
School will assist in the morning
Psalm service. At 10:30 a.m., Mar-
tin Weiss, son of Mr and Mrs. Je-
rome Weiss, 1215 Placetas, will be-<
come Bar Mitzvah.. He will address
the congregation | following.- the
Torah service. His parents will be
hosts both at the Friday Oneg
Shabbat and the Saturday service.
Cantor Irving Robinson will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy.
*
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 5 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m., with
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever officiating and
discussing: The Deciding Influence
On Youth. Kiddush will follow.
Mincha is slated for 4:45 pm., fol-
lowed by Maariv. Daily services are
at 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot
officiating and discussing: Sholem
Asch And The Jewish People. The
Rabbi will include in his address
Greater Miami'.
Synagogue Directory
Miami eaeh-Rabbl Irvine Lehrman,
Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave., M.B.
M i. "abraw Sch.oi -Rabbi Simon
April, Orthodox, 1101 8W 12th Ave.,
Miami.
Mootieello Park Rabbi Boris Ilack-
ovalcy, Conservative, 164th Street
anil NK 11th Avenue, North Miami
Beach.
North Dad* Conservative, 13630 W.
l'lxle Ilhrhway. North Miami,
way, North Miami.
Nortn ShortRabbi Mayer Abramo-
jrltB, Conservative, 620 75th St.
Miml Reach.
Temple IsraelDr Joseph Narot, Re-
form. U7 NK 19th St.. Miami.
Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community
Center of Hollywood, Itablil David
Shapiro, Conservative, 2030 I'olk St.,
Hollywood.
Tifereth Israel RavM l.ouis Cassel,
KM N. Miami Av,- Miami.
West MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman.
Conservative, 5720 8W 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox. 4001 Chase
Ave., Miami Beach.
Zsmora Rabbi Max M. I.anrlman,
Conaervatlve. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Gables.
Agudath IsraelRabbi Isaac Kver, Or-
thodox. 523 78th St., Miami Beach.
Beth David Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Conservative. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.,
Miami.
Beth ElDr. Shmaryahu Swlrsky, Or-
thodox, 50ft. 8W 17th Ave., Miami.
Beth JacobRabbi Muaea Mescheloff,
Orthodox, 301-311 Wash. Ave., M.B.
Beth Sholom Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Liberal, 4144 Chase Ave., M.B.
Beth TfllahRabbi Joseph Rackov-
sky, Orthodox. 935 Euclid Ave., Mi-
ami Reach.
Coral Gables Rabbi Morris Skop, Lib-
eral. 320 Palermo Ave., C. Gables.
Downtown Synagogue Rabbi Aryah
Becker, Orlliodox, 13$ N'W 3rd Ave.,
Miami.
Flagler-QranadaReverend Leo Helm.
Conservative, 50 NW 51st Place,
-Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabhl A'exander
Gross, Orthodox, 918 6th St., M.B.
Hialeah.Miami Springs Rabbi Harry
Ettinger, Conservative, Ml K. 4th
Ave., Hialeah.
Israelite Center Ralibl Morton
-Malavsky, Conservative, 3198 SW
24th Ter.. Miami.
Kneseth IsraelRabbi Abraham Cas-
sel, Orthodox, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach.
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the opinions which Mr. Asch con-
veyed to him personally when the
author visited Sabbath services at
the Temple last week. The service
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Richard Cromer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jasper Cromer. A reception in
the Bar Mitzvah's honor will fol-
low.
*
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
u ill hold Friday evening services
at 5 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will officiate and
discuss;. On filing Thankful. Cantor
Aaron Weingarten .will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Junior services will be conducted
in the auditorium, with Benjamin
Kaminetzky officiating. Kiddush
will be served under the sponsor-
ship of the Sisterhood, with Mrs.
Aaron Weingarten and Mrs. Abra-
ham Bergman as hostesses. Mincha
is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and
at 5:10 and 5:40 p.m.
0 *
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi S. T.
Swirsky will officiate and discuss:
Standing At The Corner Of Life
And Death. A class in Talmdd will
be at 4 p.m., conducted by the
Rabbi. Mincha is at 5 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Junior
services are at 10 a.m., Saturday
morning, in Academy Hall.
e *
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold late Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamches will
officiate, assisted by the choir un-
der the direction of Miriam Don
nerstag. Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's
sermon is scheduled as: America's
Treasurers. The Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing will be under the sponsor-
ship of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lef-
court. Floral offering will be by
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Keselman.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services are
slated for 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross will officiate and deliver
the sermon on the topic: Thanks-
giving For What. Mincha will be at
5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos follow-
ing. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.,
and at 5:15 p.m. Sunday morning
services are slated for 8 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and discussing: Jewish
Thanksgiving For America. Satur-
day morning services will be at
10:45 a.m., when the Bas Mitzvah
of Beth Kaplan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, will take
place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Henry Oko-
lica will officiate and discuss:
Thanksgiving. The choir, under the
direction of Mrs. L. Moore, will
participate. The Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing will be under the sponsor-
ship of the Sisterhood and Men's
Club. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Junior services are at
11 a.m. North Dade schedules daily
evening services at 6 p.m.
* *
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., dedicated to Thanks-
giving. Members of the Jewish
Youth Organization will partici-
pate. Rabbi David Shapiro will
preach on the theme: For These
Things We Are Grateful. Cantor
Joseph W. Malek will render the
musical portions of the liturgy, as-
sisted by the Adult Choir. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m., and
will be conducted by Rabbi Sha-
piro and Rev. Mordechai Haalman.
The Weekly Portion of the Law
will be discussed. Junior services
are at 10 a.m.
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS Jew
ish Community Center will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m. Charter members of the Cen-;
ter will be honored during the
Thanksgiving service. Rabbi Harry
Ettinger will officiate. Subject of <
iii.-, sermon is scheduled as: Politics \
Versus Thanksgiving. An Oneg I
Shabbat will follow.
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 9 and 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating
and discussing: Is There An Amer-
ican Dream. Cantor Philip Brum-
mer will chant the service, assisted
by the Center Choir. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m., and
Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the
Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth
of Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Perkel, and Lester, son of Mr. Phil-
lip Rosenkrantz and Mrs. Yetta
Rosenkrantz, will take place at
that time. Daily services are in the
chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
JWV Auxiliary Plans
Membership Social
A membership social and fashion
show will be held on Monday eve-
ning, 8:30 p.m., at the Sea Gull
Hotel. The show, following the
format of television's Big Payoff,
will be presented by .Chez Renee.
Mrs. Daisy Haberman, national
president of the Jewish War Veter-
ans Auxiliary, will be present to
report on veteran's service work
done by the group.
In addition to its regular twice-
monthly visits, the Miami Beach
Auxiliary has redecorated and re-
furnished one day room at the
Veterans Administration Hospital
in Coral Gables, also presenting
six television sets to the hospital-
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GLjOd ALl brlUK 1 O Schedules Party At
UM Ring Theater
43,000 Persons Leave Israel
In Two Years, Knesset Told
JERUSALEM (JTA) Approxi-
mately 43.000 immigrants left Is-
rael in the course of the last two
years, it was reported in the Israel
Parliament this week by Itzhak
Raphael, head of the Jewish Ag
ency's immigration department.
This number, he said, constituted
two-thirds of the total of immigra-
tion into the country during the
same period. Raphael asked Par-
liament for an urgent discussion
of the subject. He insisted that
ways must be found to check the
trend.
Dr. Goldmann Confers With
Adenauer On Indemnification
BONN (JTA) Problems con-
nected with the German delivery'
of reparations goods and with the
German Federal law for indemni
fication of individual victims were
discussed here this week by Dr.
Nahum Goldmann. presiding offi-
cer of the Conference on Jewish
Material Claims Against Germany,
with Chancellor Konrad Ade-
nauer.
Czech Jews Form Committee
On Claims Against Germany
LONDON (JTA)The formation
of a Committee on Jews from
Czechoslovakia for Material Claims
Against Germany to protect the in
tcrests of Czech Jewish refugees
in relation to the Germany repara
tions pact was announced here by
Dr Stephen Barber acting chair-
man of the group The committee,
set up at the initiative of the Re-
lief Committee of Jews from
Czechoslovakia in Great Britain,
has as its aim: "To watch over and
represent the interests of Jews of
Czechoslovakian origin in respect
to the implementation of the Lux-
emberg Protocols (embodying the
settlement of claims of world Jew-
ry within the terms of the Israel
reparations pact.)"
Jewish Refugees Sentenced
In Munich For "Illegal" Entry
MUNICH (JTA) A local court
has thus far sentenced 39 to 67
Jewish DP's arrested in a German
police raid on a synagogue here
last week to various jail terms be-
tween six to 14 days. The DP's
were returnees, mostly from Is-
rael, who had entered Germany
without valid entry documents. Jer-
ry Koleib. HIAS director in Ger-
many, told a press conference that
his organization was making every
effort to prevent deportation of the
DP's after their sentences are
served.
Israel Places Orders In
Germany For Freighters, Dock
COLOGNE (JTA) The Israel
purchasing mission in Germany has '
signed orders totalling $6,400,000
bom German reparations payments
for two freighters and a floating
dock to be built by German ship-
yards, the mission announced here ,
this week. German North Sea ship-:
yards will build two 3.000-ton'
freighters, and the Flenderwerke:
shipyard at Luebeck will build the;
floating dock, which will be able
to repair vessels with a displace
ment of up to 20,000 tons.
On Wednesday evening. Decem-
ber 2nd. the first theatre party of
the year for Menorah Group of
Hadassah will be held at the Uni-
versity of Miami Ring Theatre
which is showing the musical, Best
Foot Forward
Mrs. Murray Turetsky i-- chair-
man in charge of Youth Services
Activities, which receives the pro-
ceeds from the affair. The tele-
phone committee chairmen for the
theatre party will be Mrs Arthur
Koff and Mrs. Reuben Fund.
A second theatre party will take
place on December 8th, for the
same show.
Mrs. Victor Reiter will be in
iharue of the children's Chanuka
party to take place at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center. 320 Paler
mo Avenue, on Friday, December
4th. 3:15 p.m. There will be an
exchange of gifts, games pertain-
ing to the holiday, singing, danc
ing and refreshments.
Proceeds Earmarked for
Child Building Fund
Pioneer Women's Organization, [
Club No. 1, will hold a traditional'
Chanuka latkc party at the Knes-'
cth Israel Congregation on Wednes-
day evening, December 2nd, 7:45
pm. according to an announce-1
ment this week by Mrs. Henry Seit-
lin, chairman.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Mos-,
es Mescheloff. spiritual leader of
Beth Jacob Congregation and presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
Council here.
Assisting with arrangements are
the Mesdames Esther Yaffee, Es-
ther Garber, Rose Sorenstein, Bet-
ty Pakula and Sophie Krantz.
Proceeds of the evening are for
Israel's Child Building Fund.
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Philadelphia Council Takes
Stand On School Holidays
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) The
Philadelphia Jewish Community
Relations Council recommended
this week lhaf no public action be
taken for or against Christmas or
Christmas-Chanuka celebrations in
public schools without first check-
ing with the Council. In a letter to
JCRC's 29 affiliate organizations
and their 400 lodges, chapters.
posts and auxiliaries, the JCRC
pointed out that virtually all Jew-
ish community relations and relig-
ious organizations believe responsi-
bility for religious education rests
with the synagogue, the church or
the home, and not with the public
school system."
London Times Takes Issue
With Bennike On Kibya
LONDON (JTA) The Times of
London took issue last week with
the position of Major General Vagn
Bennike. head of the UN truce ob-
servance organization in Palestine,
who had reported to the Security
Council that the raid on Kibya
must have been carried out by reg-
ular Israeli army forces since the
Israeli border settlements did not
have types of arms and equipment
known to have been used in the
raid. In a dispatch from its Jeru-
salem correspondent, the Times
said it was a proven fact that some
border settlements "have been
supplied with arms of exactly the
type which General Bennike. in his
report on the Kibya incident to the
Security Council, said was equip-
ment used exclusively by the reg-
ular army."
Austrian Cabinet Postpones
Discussion Of Jewish Claims
VIENNA (JTA) The Austrian
Government still has its reply to
Jewish demands for compensation
and restitution "under prepara-
tion," a government spokesman an-
nounced this week. He revealed
that the Cabinet, which was ex-
pected to discuss the Austrian re-
ply at last week's session, had not
touched upon the matter. The Aus-
trian reply has been in the works
for the past three weeks, and there
is no indication when it will be
completed.
Golda Myerson Club
Slates Chanuka Evening
A Chanuka dinner and entertain-
ment will be sponsored by the Pi-
oneer Women, Golda Myerson Club
of Miami, on Sunday evening, No-
vember 29th, 6 p.m., at Congrega-
tion Beth El, according to an an-
nouncement this week by Mrs. An-
na Seltzer, president.
Mrs. Pearl Krieger. chairman of
the Child Rescue Fund, and co-
chairmen Mrs. Anna Frey and Mrs.
Lizzie Litt said that Rabbi Shmary-
ahu Swirsky will be guest speaker.
, Proceeds of the evening are slat-
ed for the Child Rescue Fund in
Israel.
Dr. Louis Ginzberg Dies In
New York At Age Of 79
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. Louis
Ginzberg. world renowned Talmud
scholar and Professor of Talmud
and Rabbinics at the Jewish The-
ological Seminary since 1902. died
here last week at the age of 79. Dr.
Ginzberg was working on the
fourth volume of his monumental
Commentary On The Talmud Of
Jerusalem, first three volumes of
which has already been published.
He was author of the seven-volume
Legends Of The Jews and many
other books and articles.
Wise Group Card Game
The Stephen S. Wise Group of
Hadassah will have its weekly min-
yon card game for Youth Aliyah
at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thurs-
day, December 3rd, 1 p.m.
Mirell Gallery To Feature
Works By Prudence Vaughn
Prudence Vaughn will have a
wall show of nine paintings at the
Mirell Gallery, according to an an-
nouncement this week by Edmund
0. Wehe, director.
The gallery, located at 18 An-
thony Arcade, Coconut Grove, will
feature the show beginning Decem-
ber 1st and concluding on the 15th.
The artist has studied in New
York and at the Terry Art Insti-
tute in Miami. She won a first
prize at the 25th oil award of the
Florida Federation of Arts in 1952.
A reception is slated at the Mir-
ell Gallery' for Tuesday evening,
December 1st, from 8 to 11 p.m.
Jewish Groups Pay Tribute To
Former President Truman
NEW YORK (JTA) Former
I President Harry S. Truman re-
! ceived tributes here last week
' from the Jewish community for
) his defense of civil rights and his
[ farm support of the State of Israel.
; The former President received the
, Stephen S. Wise Award at a ban-
j quet tendered by the American
Jewish Congress. The award recog-
. nixed Mr. Truman's "consistent
and courageous leadership in the
I cause of civil rights during his
| term as president of the United
States."
Argentine Zionist Federation
Marks 40th Anniversary
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)A ban
quet marking the 40th anniversary
of the founding of the Zionist
Federation of Argentina was held
here this week. The 800-odd dele-
gates from Zionist groups in all
parts of the country heard Dr.
Arieh Kubovi, Israel Minister to
Argentina, and various Zionist and
communal leaders.
Conference Of Christians,
Jews Reelects Officers
WASHINGTON (JTA) Benson
Ford, Roger W. Straus and Thomas
E. Braniff were re-elected national
co-chairman of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews, at
the 25th annual meeting of the or'
ganization this week. Mr. Straus
continues an uninterrupted tenure
as Jewish national co-chairman
that began in 1928 with the estab-
lishment of the National Confer-
ence. A silver tray was presented
to Mr. Straus as a special 25th an-
niversary tribute.
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, 1933, If you fall to do so,
1 b> default will be taken
1 for the relief demanded
"f Complaint.
ED at .Miami. Hade County,
this 10th day of November,
I" 11. LEATHERMAN,
I'lerk of the Circuit Court
l = i WM. W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
1-74
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, des'rlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,,i
A-l DRIVBAWAY BbWvice" a7 708
onimonvvealu, Bld,_ Mlam| |t '
to register said name with the Clerk
Flo id. "' ""'k' ''"u"v,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16386,1
GORDON ROBERT LAJi'aV, Plaintiff
VB.
HELEN AGNES LA PAY. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mrs. Gordon' Rdtiert LaFay'
718 East 12th Street
New York, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys,
KESSI.KR \- GARS, 1782 W. Flagler
Street. Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of
December, IS:>3. If you fail to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the I Ell I of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
l-i THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of November,
A. D. 1153.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
I'lerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) i Deputy Clerk
11 '6-13-211-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT TOURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD
63531
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1
" YMSgrr'ttANUO. I Plaintiff,
IAIL. Plaintiff, Tr>. rI ,,,.. ,,,,
riCE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
r" I- IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'signed, desiring to engage In
""der the fictitious name of
LEACH FOREIGN CAR
:" "IS w. 41st St.. Miami
intends to register said name
k of the Circuit Court of
it>, Florida.
"ItoNKT MOTORS, Inc.,
a Horlda Corporation
II'"RE R. NELSON
*TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..,. NAME LAW
J1.' IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pel-signed, desiring to engage In
iwUi"R^,5 fictitious name of
-I.ANI) OF MIAMI, at 100
n street, Miami, Intend to
ft "'! name with the Clerk of
"ojit Court of Dade County,
tgg. REINHAR
sKKMoch REINHafcRD
AIMED REINHARD
HENRY REINHARD
NORMAN REINHARD
Partner*
M BERK
I'a l tners
Road
12 I
I.W
it.
el
TO: CLAIRE LANGO,
Residence unknown.
You, CLAIRE LANGO. are hereby
notified that a BUI of Complaint for
Hivorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Rill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, 813 Seybold
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
otfi.c of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of
Hecember, 1933. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will he- taleen
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of November,
A.D. l :.'.::.
E. B. I.F.ATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Iiade County. Florida. '
By WM W. STOCKING
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ll/fi-13-20-27 __________
LEGAL NOTICE
LN TT.ME..i:,RCUIT COURT OF THE
ANDVFnIMniVS,C,AL CIRCUIT ^N
irii? FSR-DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
RA- ...,N CHANCERY. No. lYs
I'.l-I.SWoltTH BANPORD AU.EN
vs I'lalntlff
'%I"-\.^^I.-I',':N'' l'-'""'I.IMt.
TO: M?aEALLKPVUBUCAT,0N
' 0 Paul l.auirell
; I- HajiHton Am-mi,-, Apt. #4
I. hi' ill, I'-iiiiHylvanla
ion are hereby notified that a Com-
i'1""1 << Divorce has been filed
against you and you are required to
" COD) of VOUr answer t the
same on Ptaintlfrs attornei:
HENRY M. CAIN
3jl8 Weal i- agi,-, Street
Miami, Flo |,in
and file the original thereof with the
cierK of the above named court ......r
before the 38th .lay of December, I9S3
oUierwlae a Decree Pro Confeaao will
lie entered against vou.
](i'ii'd this lath day of November,
E. B. LBATHERUAN,
ci.-rk of the Circuit Court
BY: WM W. STOCKING,
HENRY M. CAtSr* ,le,k
Attorney for IMainnir
5ll West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida-.
'Mr* ~ '-4rtJ'-'Ni|, ..- ,.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 164312
HAROLD SHAPIRO, Plaintiff,
vs.
ESTKI.I.E SHAPIRO. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: l-.STELLE SHAPIRO
c/ci lsidor Vernick
717 S. Westlake
bee Augelcs, California.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. EDWARD S
ItESNICK, T:.:. Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2Mb day of December, l'C,:i.
if you fall to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will lie taken against you for
the i.llef demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Rub day of November,
A.H.19.',3.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
DfMe County, Florida.
By M. c. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleik
EDWARD s RKSNIi'K, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
23.". Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Flu.
11/27 13/4-11-1*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY, No. 164353
MAYBELLE L GRAHAM, Plaintiff,
JlfclHul MtottMnHiRftlallloVi1
jjefendant
SUIT ^P9TDfVORC^|i_;M
&UI I r*Jn f fly
TO: THOMAS PATRICK
14X151 111th Avehife
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
CfNTV IN CHANCERY. No. 163401
aRTIUR W. MITCHELL, JR.
Plaintiff,
vs.
IU'TH E. MITCHELL, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Rl.TH E. MITCHELL
15 Myrtle Street
Saratoga Springs, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. GEORGE I..
KNIGHT, Esq., 1006 Security Build-
ing. Miami 32, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clrk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of De-
cember, 1M3. If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against vou for rhe relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of November,
A.D. 153. nKATHKRMANi
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By WM W. STOCKINf
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy
20-27
ft Osone Park, I..I.. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. KBB8LER
& GARS, 17S2 W. Flagler Street. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of tlie Circuit Court on or
before the 30th day of IH-cember. 1953.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against yon for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint. ni
This notice shall he published once
each week fi" oonsecutiWe weeks
In THE JEVtlb.i 1- MliUHi-VK.
DoNE AND ORDERED nr Miami.
Florida, this 23rd day: of NJfreinber.
A. D. 1903.
E. B. LBAT
Clerk, Circuit
Dade County. Florida.
Bv I. SNEKDKN.
(Circuit Court Seal! Deputy Clerk
11/27 12/4-11-1* i .
THER'M AN,
lit craVt.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DADE DRIVEAWAV SERVICE, at
708 Dade Commonwealth Bldg.. Mi-
ami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
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11/20-37 12/4-11
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CORAL GABLES FOREIGN CAR
SALES, at' Coral Gables. Fla.. in-
tends to register said name with the
cleik of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CORONET MOTORS. Inc.
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attorney'for Applicant
1J/20-J7 12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROSS GARDEN ACTS, at 193 North
Shore Drive, Miami Reach, Horlda, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHICAGO ACTS INC. (Seal)
LARRY H ROSS. President
.1 ICK in I8R. Becretai |
STANLEY JOEL I.KVINE, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
11 '6-1I-JO-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encase In
business under the fictitious name of
ATOMIC TELEVISION AND RADIO,
at 71 E. tnd St., 11 la lea h..-Eta Intend
to register said name with the CtfrM
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HOWARD B. ROZRAN
HERBERT WHITMAN
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Applicants
ltta Cunsreaa Uldg.
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,l
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV'KN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE BRIDE'S shop at ITi'i BIs-
< am Boulevard, Miami, Fla., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the ( iii uit Court of Dad. County,
r lorlda.
Urib, W II REIMANN, Bole Owner
GOLDMAN ft GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Reglatranl
39 Bea. om Boulevard, .Miami. Fla
ti n p.' i-ii-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
l HE SERVICE i'I.ixc. Bl N Beacom
Boulevard, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register sai.l name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
I lorlda
JULIA GOLDMAN. Sol,, own.
11/27 12/4-11-lv
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t., engage in
U1.....-.- under the fictitious name of
STATE CSED I I'RNITCRE COM-
PANY, at 11.'." West Flagler Street,
intend to reglaten gaM name with
Ike Clerk of theSirVuWToiiit of Dade
County, Florida. -a
KARL NfVHTERN
SAM R BOSBNHON
HERMAN WE I-MAN, Attorney
n/27 12'4-ll-lN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undecnlaned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VIX8I Sl'PER STATION, at 1231m
Biacayne Blvd., Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
VICTORIA CNGER
11/27 12/4-11-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th,. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LITTLE JOE'S, at 1006 N.W 22nd
Ave., Miami, intends to register said
name with l he Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Did.- Countv. Florida
PURCELL LIVINGSTON
KESSI.ER ,< GARS
Attorneys foi Applicant
iT-.:' W. Flagler St.
11/27 12 1-11-is
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 164091D
FRANCES HINTZE, Plaintiff
HILTON A. HINTZE, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To. Milton A llintze
1st Air Force Reserve I "nit
Mitchell Field. L.I.. N.Y.
Y'ou. Milton A. llintze, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
ami you are required i< serve a copy
of your Answer or 1'ieaaing to the
Kit. 42ii Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
I i.i i.la. and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Cierh
of the Circuit Court on or la-fore the
21st day of December, I0S8, if you
fall to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th dav of November.
A.D. 1933.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By It. II. RICK. JR..
(Circuit Court Ceal) Deputy Clerk
KOVNER *- MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
II 10-17 12/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164116
RAYMOND WRIGHT. Plaintiff
vs.
WILLIS M QUTNN, deceased,
ET AL. Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: All the heirs, devisees, legatees,
grantees, or creditors or other
persons claiming by. through or
under WILLIS M Ql'INN, de-
ceased, all of whoni are not
known to be dead or alive: and
any and all other persons having
or claiming any right, title, or
Interest In and to the lands des-
cribed as:
Iits 13 and 14, of Block 1,
TAMIAMI TRAIL PARK, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
recorded In Plat Book 13,
Page 73. of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County. Flor-
ida:
the residence of all said persons
being unknown.
Y'ou. and each of you. are hereby
notified that a bill to quiet title has
been filed against you and you are
required to serve a cony of v air a-
wer or pleading to M. S. MARI.IN,
.".44 Sevhold Building. Miami. Florida,
and file the original answer or plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
above court on or before the "21st day
of December. 19.33. or default will be
entered against you.
Dated ibis 12th day of November.
A.D., 1H33, at Miami. Florida.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By M. C. Green.
Deputv Clerk
11/20-27 12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RAY'S COFFEE SHOP, nl 7M5 N.E.
2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, int. nils
to register said n mi.- with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
RAY.IACKS. INC
a Florida cosporatlon
By: RAY SHIELDS
President
Att: JACOB WASHERMAN
Secretary
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE. ESQ.
Attorney for Rayjacks, Inc., d/b/a
Ray's Coffee Shop
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.~_i. NAME LAW
NoriCI^Ls IIKREHY GIVEN that
tlie titfdei-KfgTied, desiring to engag1- .
?",!*?^S""''.1' .'"* 'R'tlHoal- name. [
v- ASS' ',"U' l:AN';l-. ^:
N.W 27th \v... .Miami. |,,.,Kl.
reglStei said name with the Clerk I
the < ncuit Curt of Dad.- counts
i- lorlda.
KKSSLKR ., OARS J BHMU*
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flagler St.
II'2Q-27 12.4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious mine |
NELSON'S, at I'..,:,.", 8.W. Bth si. M -
aim, intend to register said name vs
tin- Cleric of the Circuit Court ,,( |,
Countv. Florida.
ALBERT GOLDNBR
SADELLE GOLDNER
VICTOR LEVINE
Attorney for Applicants
34i> Key-bold Bldg
11/20-27 12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
Sl'NDRIMATS, at 47 W. Flagler H
Miami, intend to register said nan
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv'. Florida.
RAY BERRIN
WALTER KATE
11/20-27 It/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1642;/
ANNETTE BLAU, Plaintiff,
ARMIN' BLAU, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: ARMIN BI.A I
. o First Hungarian Literary
Society
:.':: East T:ith Street
New Yoi k, N'.w York.
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against vou In the
above entitled cause and vou a
h.ieliv required to serve a copy
i.'iir Answer to the Bill of ComOUll
on the plaintiff's attorneys, and fl
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
21st of December, A.D. l58, otke -
Wise a Decree Pro Confess., will DS.
. ntered against you.
This notice shall i.e published once
each week for four consecutive nree
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dai,-.l, November 17. 1953
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
i :. rk of the i 'Ircull Co
Deputy Clerk
.lel'ome I ; I ', eelle l*..r
BOTTS & GREENE
Atiornev s for Plaintiff
!41 Shoreland Bldg.. Miami :'..'. Florl I
11 M-27 1-' 1-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.. IN PROBATE.
No. 31366-A
In lie: ESTATE OF
SADIE SCHI.CSSLER. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav -
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate.
Yon. and ea.h of you, are herel.c
notified and required to present say
claims ami demands which you, or
either of vou. mav have against tbe
estste of SADIE SCHLl'SSI.ER. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the lion W K BI.ANTO.N. Coum
Judge of Dade Countv. and file the
same in his office in the Conn'.
Courthouse in Dade County. Florid.,
within eight calendar months fro I
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address .if the cUiimat:
and to be sworn to and presented ...
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date November 17th. AD. llos.
JOSEPH INK SCHI.CSSLER.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
SADIE SCHLUSSLER.
I leceased.
KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Administratrix
11 !0-*7 i- i-ii
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
RE: ESTATE OF
U.BERT I.. KAHN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as j''-<'
tors of the estate of ALBERT I.
kaiin. deceased: and that on the
"8th dav of December. ISM, we w,
aiinlv to the Honorable Countv Judge
Of Dade Countv. Florida, for appro,,
of -aid final report and for rin.al dis-
charge "* co-executors of the Estai
Of ALBERT I. KAHN. deceased
This 16th day of November, 1......
IDA I. KAHN
ARTHl'R M. KAHN
MYERS. HF.1MAN & KAPLAN
Attornevs for Co-executors
H/20-C7 12/4-11 _____.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name o
TROPIC PUBLICATIONS. tP-OJB.
4743, Miami Beach 41, Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the < lerl
of the Circuit Court of Dade (ountv.
"""da- DAVID S. GOLDFINE
11/20-27 12/4-11
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THREE-YEAR RESETTLING PLAN FOR
REFUGEES FAILS TO ACHIEVE
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
UNITED NATIONS Even
though the Three Year $250,000,-
600 Plan for resettling the Pales-
tine refugees was not expected to
make all of them self supporting,
it can hardly be said to have
achieved what it was meant to do
namely, to decrease greatly the
number of Arabs on relief rolls,
directly dependent for their liveli-
hood on charity. This is not a hasty
judgment for the project, which
was launched by the Western Pow-
ers, is now entering its third and
last year.
So far. the number of refugees
who have been found jobs under
the plan hardly equals the natural
increase among the Arabs. This
was borne out By the fact that
Leslie J. Carver, the acting head of
the United Nations Relief and
Works Agency for Palestine, is ask-
ing for more money to provide 83,-
000 additional rations.
As an international civil servant.
Mr. Carver could not make the as-
sessment that is made here, al-
though he went as far as he could
when he said: "As regards the
main object of the plan, that of
creating self-support opportunities
for the refugees and thereby reduc-
ing the cost of relief, the results
are disappointing." The acting
head of UNBWA blamed this part-
ly on the time taken in finding
suitable projects such as reservoirs,
dams, buildinys. canals, and so on.
to provide work for the refugees.
However, he could not csc;ipe the
main reason for this failure, and
that was the attitude of the refu-
gees. He described how he had
visited many of the camps and
been impressed by the way in
which the Arabs ther made the
.same statements to him "Every-
where." Mr. Carver said, 'the re-
quest ha- been the tame: tell the
Uhjted Nations that we will not ac- \
cept anything !>ut the return to our
homes which the General Assembly
approved in 1948 "
Obviously, the United Natisns
Agency cannot resettle unwilling
refugees; it cannot use force; it [
cannot compel the refugees to ac-
cept something which they are de-
termined to refuse, as Mr. Carver
pointed out. But who is putting
the Arab refugees up to this1 The
head of the UNRWA could not say
directly that it was the Arab gov-
ernments, although reading be-
tween the lines of his report, it is
clear that he considered them to
blame. At one point, he does sag
that the poor results of the reset
tiement pian are "due to the atti-
tude of the refugees themselves
which the Arab governments can-
not avoid taking into considera-i
tion."
Mr. Carver asserted that the
agency itself could not do much
to change the attitude of the refu-
gees or of the citizens of the host
countries. He added "it will re-
quire the combined efforts of the
governments identifying them-
selves with the agency to make any
tangible headway." However, he
did say that "the willingness of
the host governments to cooperate
is shown by the signing of four
programs" during the past year.
That in itself is revealing four
programs in -a year. By being co-
operative in this paltry manner,
the Arab governments appear to
be conciliatory and derive what
benefits the plan does provide in
the shape of public works, while
at the same time preventing the
refugees from becoming resettled
in large numbers. Thus, they have
their cake and eat it too. It is the
old story which Israel has been
trying to impress on the world:
that there will be no solution to
the refugees and their problems
until the Arab States have given
up hope of regaining the whole of
Palestine and are no longer ready
to use these wretched people as
political weapons.
UM Business Students
Get Guild Scholarships
The Men's Fashion Guild of Mi-
ami Beach's 19 5 3 scholarship
awards to business administration
students at the University of Mi-
ami were made Tuesday night at
the Guild's annual dinner.
Receiving tuition benefits from
the fund ;his year were business
administration majors Slade God-
ley. Jr.. 5700 Granada Boulevard.
< 'oral Gables: Howard S. Woodrow.
RD 2. Clark's Summit. Pennsyl
vania: Martin Rosen. 1633 Adams
Street, Hollywood, Florida; Robert
Dee Tattee, 41 NW 102nd Street.
Miami; and Denzil Young Causey.
Jr., 1259 Dickinson Drive. Coral
Gables.
Chairmen For Beaux
Arts Ball Announced
Lou Stein, chairman of the 52
Association Beaux Arts Ball slated
for the Roney Plaza Gardens on
December 5th at 8:30 p.m., this
week announced co-chairmen of
the affair.
Named are Louis Bushing, re-
freshments; Helen Steinberg, hos-
pitality; Betty Levine, tickets; and
Lillian D. Hazzard. hostesses.
North Shore Bazaar
North Shore Jewish Center will
hold a bazaar card party at the Cen-
ter on Sunday. December 6th. 8
p.m Admission is an article of new
saleable merchandise for the ba-
zaar. Mrs. Dave Brown is in charge
of the evening.
Capacity 300-pound beef chopper blencta Israel Kosher quality
meats with seasonings and spices. Next step is the stutter,
where the specially prepared beef will be filled into casings.
This important process is responsible for Israel Kosher's un-
matched taste and quality in delicatessen products.
Bialik Branch Plans
Chanuka Celebration
Bialik Branch No. 290. Labor Zi-
onist Order, will hold a Chanuka
celebration on Sunday evening, No-
vember 29th, 8 p.m., at Kneseth
Israel Congregation.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Max
Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth
David Synagogue Lathes will .be
served and an entertainment pro-
gram featured.
Participating will be Cantor Aar-
on Weingarten, Miss Anyuta Meli-
cov, Mrs. Clara Langsner and Max
Astor.
Miami, Beach Divisions Of
Council To Meet December 2
Mrs. Aaron Farr, who has just
returned from Europe and Israel,
will speak on Council in Israel at
the December 2nd meeting of Mi-
ami Beach Division National
Council of Jewish Women, at the
Lord Tarleton Hotel at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. David Catsman, program
chairman, announces that Council's
overseas program will be subject
of the meeting. In addition to Mrs.
Farr, Mrs. Barney Hodes will speak
on another phase of Council activ-
ity abroad.
At the Miami Division December
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FR IDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953 David Stahl Bar Mitzvah Saturday David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stahl, 2900 Brickell Avenue, Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, November 28th, 9 a.m., at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School and attends the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Religious School. He is treasurer of the Junior Congregation there. David will address the worshippers on Saturday morning, with K.ibbi Simon April, spiritual leader, responding. Cantor Berele Kelemcr will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A Kiddush and reception will follow the ceremony. *Jewlst>Fhrlrt**ri OavM Stahl Red Cross Placards Urge Safety In Pools Marty Weiss To He Bar Mitzvah Marty Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome I. Weiss, 1215 Placetas Avenue, Coral Gables, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, November 28th, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Irving Robinson will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah attends the Coral Gables Jewish Center Religious School and is in the eighth grade at Ponce de Leon Junior High School. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will be hosts at the Friday evening Oneg Shabbat and the Saturday mornPAGE7A Aimed at preventing further drownings in Dade swimming pools, placards imprinted with bafety suggestions will be mailed to all private pool owners and public pool operators who request them, the Safety Services Committee of the local Red Cross has announced. Private pool owners particularly, Maurice Klein, chairman of the committee, stated; are urged to write or phone the Red Cross Chapter for the free placards. Contractors who build swimming pools are invited to secure a supply of the placards for posting at pools when construction is completed. "Nineteen persons lost their lives in Dade CWWrty


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JAY. NOVEMBER y t 953 +Jmis*nerkBan PAGES A f. Ratner Named Chairman of mien's Division, Israel Bond Drive Matilda H. Ratner, presiof the Miami Millwork and ,er Co., has acceptedthe poof chairman of the Women's tj on of Dade County, State of fa Bonds, it was announced [this week. Ratner, a well-known comLt\ worker since 1927, said that chairmen to a Central PlanBoard will be named in the future. The ladies will represectioni of Dade County inIng Bay Harbor Islands, BisPark, Coral Gables, El PorBolden Beach, Hialeah, HomeHialeah Gardens, Indian Kendall, Medly, Miami. Mi| Beach, Miami Shores, Miami bgs, North Bay Village, -North ni, North Miami Beach, Opa Pennsuso, Perrine, South Hi, Surfside, Sweetwater, West and Virginia Gardens, ye feel certain," Mrs. Ratner kred. "that this Central PlanJBoard will do great service In kg the sale of Israel Bonds at crucial time." Ratner is a past vice presiof the Greater Miami Jewish %  ration, the only woman to ever held this position. She | also been closely identified the Bureau of Jewish Educal since its inception. behalf of the community and ,'t.nference of Jewish Women, Ratner spearheaded a vful drive for the JDC, "SupI for Overseas Survivors." Dade nty received a citation for this placing 12th in the United and providing more than |freight cars of food and clothfor refugees. krlier this week guests to the f! Bond Organization's Big fce Dinner heard Ira Hirschnoted author, businessman [diplomat stress the importance rchasing State of Israel Bonds present time, rschmann was introduced by ni Beach Councilman Burnett ith Groups Meet nree groups are presently ting under the auspices of the elite Center and in affiliation the National Young Judaea Irement, it was announced here week. Meetings are held on dnesday evenings, 7:30 p.m., at i Religious School building. /Mrs. matilda Kalntr Roth, who was chairman of the dinner which had as its slogan Dedication, Devotion and Deeds to Israel. Mrs. Louis Glasser, Greater Miami chairman for State of Israel Bonds, also spoke briefly. Aronovitz is Top Man in Miami Commission Race Continued from Pag* 1 A a platform for wider streets and removal of the downtown railroad tracks to make room for a modern boulevard highway, making the city manager more directly responsible for moral conditions in Miami, completion of sewage projects and establishment of a proper drainage system and steps to prevent public utilities from getting higher rates than warranted. His total in the city commission runoff has been topped in past elections only by the 40,271 Mayor Chelsie Senerchia received two years ago and the 29.193 polled by Robert L. Floyd in 1947. I.iibmnn Named IMvaalv Of Zionist \ssinil>!u Seymour B. Liebman, Miami Beach attorney and a member of the National Executive Committee of the Zionist Organization of America, has beW^'priaihtea as delegate to the American Zionist Assembly. The Assembly will meet in New York City on December 5th through 7th. The appointment was announced here by Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the ZOA. The American Zionist Assembly has been convened by the American Zionist Council, and delegates to it are appointed by each of the national Zionist o r ganizations which comprise the constituency of the American Zionist Council, the announcement explained. Basis of representation among the various bodies is on the same proportion as represented at the World Zionist Congress. No representation is afforded by any of the local chapters of the American Zioist Council, since this Assembly will undertake proposals for a complete reorganization of the national and local chapters of the American Zionist Council. Liebman, as a ZOA delegate, will represent the State of Florida and will be one of the four delegates from the seven states constituting the Southeastern Region. Security Council Votes Censure of Israel; Russia, Lebanon Abstain Cantor Robinson Will Chant Coral Gables Young Adult Group will meet on Wednesday evening, December 2nd, 9 p.m., at the Center. Cantor Irving Robinson will discuss: Chanuka In Song. Hialeah Center Slates Party; Classes Resume A Chanuka latke party will be held by the Hialeah-Mremi Springs Jewish Community Center on Sunday evening, December 6th, at 5:30 p.m. Pupils of the Sunday and Hebrew Schools will perform with a program of plays and dances. It was also announced this week that classes in Adult Education will resume at the Center on Monday evening, November 30th. Rabbis from throughout the Greater Miami area will participate in a rotating faculty, with spiritual leaders conducting one of the classes each week. Miami Sisterhood Meets Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation wHI hold a Board meeting at the Synagogue on Tuesday, December 1st, at 1 p.m., it has been announced by Mrs. William Weintraub, president. iNATOR LEHMAN PRESENTS A LIBERAL POSITION &f -w s i V 1 i United States Senator from New York the Honorable Herbert Lehman stands on the terrace of his suite at the Sherry Fronenac Hotel with Leo Mindlin. of The Jewish Flondian. In the only interview he ha* granted the press since his mv ^Jl. ere some ten days aqo. Senator Lehman told Mindlin that McOarranism and McCarthy ism must be repudiated il American pestige abroad is to receive a lift. Continued from Page 4-A tions of Roy Cohn and David Schine, became "A flagrant example of anti-Semitism." "For a long time," Senator Lehman told me, "mine was the only voice raised against McCarthyism, but others have since joined me." It seems now more urgent than ever that these voices become many and strong. Only ten hours after my talk with Senator Lehman, Senator McCarthy, in a national radio broadcast, lashed out against the "Truman Democrats," calling them traitorous and political crackpots. His continuation as head of the Congressional Investigating Committee, he said, depends upon a Republican dominated Congress. "If you want my work to continue," he said, "then you will vote for members of my party." As 1 see it. this a tipoff to the present Administration's difficulties, its failure to fulfill platform pledges and the smokescreen that is McCarthyism. Senator Lehman basks softly now in the Miami Beach sun, but his work is cut out for him. The coming session of Congress will try men's souls and his most severely, for, with a righteous heart, Senator Lehman must stand in the midst of our political arena — one which has been made foul by arrogance, distrust, demagoguery and disrespect for the privacy of each one of us. McCarran, McCarthy, et al. What next? Continued from Page 1 A often resulting in acts of violence and requests the Government of Jordan to continue and strengthen the measures which thy arealready taking to prevent suW crossing." It also reminded both Israel and Jordan of their obligations to prevent all acts of violence on either side of the demarcation line and called on both governments "to ensure the effective cooperation of local security forces." Observe Armistice The resolution called on both parties to "abide by their obligations under the general armistice agreement and the resolutions of the Security Council" and pointed out that this is essential "in order to achieve progress* by peaceful means towards a lasting settlement of the issues outstanding between them." It told b6rb v to cooperate fully with the UN trace supervisor and requested him to report back to the council within three months "with such recommendations as he may consider appropriate on compliance with and enforcement of the general armistice agreements, with particular reference to the provisions of this resolution." While the resolution thus charged Israel with a violation of the cease-fire and of the general armistice agreement, observers here pointed out that the resolution, by referring to "retaliatory action" implicitly recognized the existence of provocation for the incident as argued by Israel. Further, they said, by referring to the Kibya incident "and all such actions," the draft also took some cognizance of Israel's insistence that the Kibya affairs should not be treated in isolation but as one episode in a long series of incidents. Arab spokesmen were critical of the resolution's failure to put teeth into the censure of Israel. Arab representatives before the Security Council had demanded that the Council call on Israel to put those responsible for the Kibya incident on trial and to punish them and. had also demanded that, the Council order Israel to pay compensation to those suffering loss and injury in the Kibya raid. Neither demand was incorporated into the draft resolution. The Israelis fought against any form of censure by the Council. They were keenly disappointed by the failure of the resolution to make any strong gesture towards bringing about direct negotiations for a peace settlement, and particularly by its failure to take note of Israel's bid for direct high level talks with Jordan leading to a settlement of all issues. Instead of making a bold move towards an overall peace settlement in Palestine, the three-power resolution envisaged merely continuation of the present armistice agreements and Jordan-Israel talks on'the leveraf'facaTc^rnmanders along the frontiers. Israel Assails Resolution The Big Three resolution was termed "one-sided and discriminatory" by the Israel delegation at the United Nations in an official statement issued to the press. "The resolution can only prejudice the chance of a peaceful settlement of the dispute." the statement said. It pointed out that the language used in the censure of "an admittedly deplorable occurence" was more "extreme and intemperate" than ever applied by the United Nations to aggressive wars in which there were thousands of casualties. "The brutal slaughter of thousands of Israelis at the hands of aggressors before and since the Arab-Israel agreements," the statement said, has "elicited no word of sympathy or of disapproval in the resolution of the body to which this draft is now submitted." The Israeli delegation asserted that the resolution came "close to condoning the armed incursions from Jordan." The statement went on to say that the resolution refuses to consider the causes of the regional tension and concentrates only on criticizing its results. "It turns away from the clear assertion of a need for a negotiated peace settlement, such as Britain, France and the United States have always upheld in the past." the Israeli delegation stressed. "It even ignores completely the proposals for an immediate and specific discussion in the United Nations of border tension between the two parties," the Israel statement continued. "In short, this draft crystallizes and conserves all the causes of tension in our area and opposes any forward movement towards a peace settlement such as would eliminate the very incidents -which have aroused the Security Council's concern. This refusal to deal with the basic causes of insecurity is bound to increase it. Its adoption would be a big step backward from peace." Charlie Farrell At i Lauderdale Dinner Charlie Farrell. popular performer of piano and song, will appear on the program of a Chanuka dinner sponsored by Temple EmanuEl, Fort Lauderdale, on December 6th at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. A Chanuka cantata, written by Rabbi Marius Ranson and Cantor Sherwin Levine, will also be presented. The dinner, which will begin at 6:45 p.m., is open to the general public, and reservations can be made with Mrs. Marius Ranson, 818 SE 7th Street, Fort Lauderdale. Demonstration of the celebration of Chanuka in the home was qiven last week to parents of nursery school and grade school children at the Town Branch of the Create.rMg* Jewish Community Center, under the sponsorship of the uen ter with the cooperation of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Louis Schwartxman. executive director of the Bureau (at right), discusses the use of the menorah. Left to right are Mrs Jules Friedman, nursery school head teacher; Mrs. Martin Sidui. PTA program chairman: and Cantor Irving Robinson, ot the Coral Gables Jewish Center.



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ty, NOVEMBER 27, 1953 [ELIGIGUS DIRECTORY + Jr**4$rkrkM3f^ PAGE 9 B 4TICEU.O PARK CONCRETION will hold Friday evening vices at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Iris Rakovsky officiating. Subject i bis sermon is -scheduled as: Bthcrly Love. Kaballath Sabbath vices are slated for 6:30 p.m. |j S Rubin, Miami attorney, will cuss the inside story of Comhnism during the Oneg Shabbat Bowing. Saturday morning servs are at 9 a.m. • • • IMORA JEWISH CENTER will early services Friday at 5:15 to be conducted by Reverend doll E. Brill. Special Thanksgivservices will be held at 830 with Rabbi Max M. Landman Iciating. assisted by Cantor lid Bagley and the mixed choir. Lie of the Rabbi's sermon will Jso Much To Be Thankful For. |<>nr:. Shabbat will follow, sponby Dr. and Mrs. Nathan GillServices will begin at 9 a.m., brday, with the reading of the lion of the Torah. The Rabbi speak on: Jacob's Life In |pt. Junior congregation will services in the Maloff Room, cha is scheduled for 5 p.m., folfcd by Shalos Seudos and riv. Services daily are at 7 a.m. | Sunday at 8:30 a.m. • • • ETH TFILAH CONGREGAwill hold Friday evening [ices at 5:15 p.m. Saturday ning services are at 8:30 a.m., Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will ate and discuss: Thanksgiving, |How. At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will ch on the Weekly Portion. Minis at 4:30 p.m., followed by ShaBeudos and Maariv. Daily servjarc at 7:30 a.m., followed by a I in Mishna. Mincha is at 5 p.m., Iwed by a class in Jewish laws I customs. Gemorrah class will eld Tuesday afternoon at 4il5 RAELITE CENTER holds early by night services at 5 p.m., I late services at 8:15 p.m. Rab|orton Malavsky will officiate ireach on the subject: Are We Thanks. Cantor Samuel SalIwill render, the musical por*W. and Mrs. Morris Arqja,.wi 11 or the Oneg Shabbat followhe services in honor of their |Jules. who has just returned active service. Saturday ling services are at 8:30. Rabbi >sky will officiate and preach le Weekly Portion, with Can|alkow rendering the liturgical on. Mincha is at 5 p.m., folby Shalos Seudos. • • |ESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAwill hold Friday evening jtes at 5 p.m. Late Forum and fe are at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi nam Casael will devote the ng to a Thanksgiving service. p Abraham Seif, assisted by Hebrew School Choir, will the liturgy. Saturday mornervirs are at 8:30 a.m. Adult dass will be conducted by Cassel at 4:15 p.m. Evening f 0 %  • at 5 p.m., followed by Sabbath social hour. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Louis Cassel officiating and discussing: Thankfulness—A Virtue. Guest Cantor Alexander Cohen will assist Cantor Albert Glantz in rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat, tendered by the Sisterhood, will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate, with the Center Choir assisting under the direction of Jerome Taft. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: The Coat of Many Colors. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr.?#nd Mrs. A., Greenfield in honor bf their wedding anniversary. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Junior services are slated for 11 a.m., with Hebrew School students participating. • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stahl will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April will officiate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Subjects of his sermon is sheduled as: A Warning To Parents About Teen Agers. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m. Members of the Hebrew School will assist in the morning Psalm service. At 10:30 a.m., Martin Weiss, son of Mr and Mrs. Jerome Weiss, 1215 Placetas, will be-< come Bar Mitzvah.. He will address the congregation | following.the Torah service. His parents will be hosts both at the Friday Oneg Shabbat and the Saturday service. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac H. Ever officiating and discussing: The Deciding Influence On Youth. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is slated for 4:45 pm., followed by Maariv. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: Sholem Asch And The Jewish People. The Rabbi will include in his address Greater Miami'. Synagogue Directory Miami %  eaeh-Rabbl Irvine Lehrman, Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave., M.B. M i. "abraw Sch.oi -Rabbi Simon April, Orthodox, 1101 8W 12th Ave., Miami. Mootieello Park — Rabbi Boris Ilackovalcy, Conservative, 164th Street anil NK 11th Avenue, North Miami Beach. North Dad* — Conservative, 13630 W. l'lxle Ilhrhway. North Miami, way, North Miami. Nortn Short—Rabbi Mayer AbramojrltB, Conservative, 620 75th St. Miml Reach. Temple Israel— Dr Joseph Narot, Reform. U7 NK 19th St.. Miami. Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, Itablil David Shapiro, Conservative, 2030 I'olk St., Hollywood. Tifereth Israel — RavM l.ouis Cassel, KM N. Miami Av,-„ Miami. West Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Conservative, 5720 8W 17th St., Miami. Young Israel — Orthdox. 4001 Chase „ Ave., Miami Beach. Zsmora — Rabbi Max M. I.anrlman, Conaervatlve. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Gables. Agudath Israel— Rabbi Isaac Kver, Orthodox. 523 78th St., Miami Beach. Beth David — Rabbi Max Shapiro, Conservative. 2625 SW 3rd Ave., Miami. Beth El—Dr. Shmaryahu Swlrsky, Orthodox, 50ft. 8W 17th Ave., Miami. Beth Jacob—Rabbi Muaea Mescheloff, Orthodox, 301-311 Wash. Ave., M.B. Beth Sholom— Rabbi Leon Kroniah. Liberal, 4144 Chase Ave., M.B. Beth Tfllah—Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Orthodox. 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Reach. Coral Gables— Rabbi Morris Skop, Liberal. 320 Palermo Ave., C. Gables. Downtown Synagogue Rabbi Aryah Becker, Orlliodox, 13$ N'W 3rd Ave., Miami. Flagler-Qranada—Reverend Leo Helm. Conservative, 50 NW 51st Place, -Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabhl A'exander Gross, Orthodox, 918 6th St., M.B. Hialeah.Miami Springs — Rabbi Harry Ettinger, Conservative, Ml K. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Israelite Center — Ralibl Morton -Malavsky, Conservative, 3198 SW 24th Ter.. Miami. Kneseth Israel—Rabbi Abraham Cassel, Orthodox, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. CaAoblcuwcL (piayeAA, \&* CASABLANCA HOTEL Thru Nov. 29th %  i, GIG I ANITA LOOS THE FRENCH ACCENT ON SEX & LAUGHTER charming has zip, cast is excellent ..." — George Bourke Produced sad directed by Settings by Sam Hindi Al Brenner Mm it tables, S3.70 and SUf Al Chairs, SI. 15 and $1.2! I0X OFFICE OPEN II A.M. TO 10 P.M. CURTAIN 8:45 Ph. 86 8851 Opening December 1st "THE UDY'S MOT FOR BURNING' INCl. TAX DINNER THEATRE SPECIAL *5.95 %  -FULL COURSE DINNER (Your Chalet of Menu) 2-C0CKTAIL •-THEATRE RESERVED SEAT &f -DANCING AFTER SHOW IN M0NTMARTRE LOUNflE Casablanca Hotel — 6345 COLLINS AVE. iiii-J the opinions which Mr. Asch conveyed to him personally when the author visited Sabbath services at the Temple last week. The service will include the Bar Mitzvah of Richard Cromer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Cromer. A reception in the Bar Mitzvah's honor will follow. • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION u ill hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate and discuss;. On filing Thankful. Cantor Aaron Weingarten .will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services will be conducted in the auditorium, with Benjamin Kaminetzky officiating. Kiddush will be served under the sponsorship of the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Aaron Weingarten and Mrs. Abraham Bergman as hostesses. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and at 5:10 and 5:40 p.m. 0 BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Standing At The Corner Of Life And Death. A class in Talmdd will be at 4 p.m., conducted by the Rabbi. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior services are at 10 a.m., Saturday morning, in Academy Hall. e BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the direction of Miriam Don nerstag. Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's sermon is scheduled as: America's Treasurers. The Oneg Shabbat following will be under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. Floral offering will be by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Keselman. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are slated for 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate and deliver the sermon on the topic: Thanksgiving For What. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and at 5:15 p.m. Sunday morning services are slated for 8 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing: Jewish Thanksgiving For America. Saturday morning services will be at 10:45 a.m., when the Bas Mitzvah of Beth Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Henry Okolica will officiate and discuss: Thanksgiving. The choir, under the direction of Mrs. L. Moore, will participate. The Oneg Shabbat following will be under the sponsorship of the Sisterhood and Men's Club. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Junior services are at 11 a.m. North Dade schedules daily evening services at 6 p.m. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., dedicated to Thanksgiving. Members of the Jewish Youth Organization will participate. Rabbi David Shapiro will preach on the theme: For These Things We Are Grateful. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Adult Choir. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., and will be conducted by Rabbi Shapiro and Rev. Mordechai Haalman. The Weekly Portion of the Law will be discussed. Junior services are at 10 a.m. HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS Jew ish Community Center will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Charter members of the Cen-; ter will be honored during the Thanksgiving service. Rabbi Harry Ettinger will officiate. Subject of < iii.-, sermon is scheduled as: Politics \ Versus Thanksgiving. An Oneg I Shabbat will follow. a a a MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 9 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and discussing: Is There An American Dream. Cantor Philip Brummer will chant the service, assisted by the Center Choir. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., and Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth of Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perkel, and Lester, son of Mr. Phillip Rosenkrantz and Mrs. Yetta Rosenkrantz, will take place at that time. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. JWV Auxiliary Plans Membership Social A membership social and fashion show will be held on Monday evening, 8:30 p.m., at the Sea Gull Hotel. The show, following the format of television's Big Payoff, will be presented by .Chez Renee. Mrs. Daisy Haberman, national president of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, will be present to report on veteran's service work done by the group. In addition to its regular twicemonthly visits, the Miami Beach Auxiliary has redecorated and refurnished one day room at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Coral Gables, also presenting six television sets to the hospitalized men there. FINEST QUALITY %  llliJUill 11 Li IHAln i*nA,' 115th Street Between N E 2nd and N.W 7th Aves



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ilfTL 1 V ^teataaoat I %  aoa fTtgraav. *•** *a* *-.^r arv Kanaer. *h*r*r*f aad er?l a* eaaaarsnaa %f 'a* Ijm .'unui of W4I Kaaaer aaVnr <* •* fear -ipae VtLMtW >w* <".. .*-wsa; B M W far -mttttt a at %  WUMU Jew?* f **r: ,S£L its. }ft .tr. •*~* M % % a a rarset; of erne I arm a r %  /. -a* nt*fean Bar RMM aarf aaida nts in n naita it WagahW i—ii j da* aad : mt$m ym Ph. fnunttr JCaaaer Ma* la Ota ..*** 4e i to tat .a t a a 'return fjmn^* where '**•• has •**•< ra. --.-yeTT. -'-/ aad fvtare of taw* **< ehddree" Kanaer a**erv-<: cafl aeon the Ja-w.ta exaimy [ -'aad all *M* of good : ••jpport %  .mpaign hoth a ataaeower aad tn gener %  %  */ Through th* inatrum* %  "! -l-ih A; %  Amen. an Jewnh CMHMMft) today r, >* %  to ave live*. build Israel and is tha rrmm*i.*m. he the aujor a*a*f> raaaed Umk tlat aatai dme. ha anted awl anted snore than 12m effort Appeal lAati League, Aaaencaa Jew at Oagreta. Jewuh War Veter am. HIAS. B'nai B nth National Youth Serried, Yeshi-.a 0 •rty. Leri Memorial Hosptta. ih Labor Cnmmrttee — and man} others — are beneficiaries of car naafaflpi Winkle pai<) high tribute t/> Kir.r.-r fean of *er>i^t/> the Jeih Mmmunr 1-50B IIMIIII aarkj en will aaake ap the arary o< -ha teen who will work under Kanaerj m the next three aaooths Major aati of the eaaapaata will atade Pace Setter*. Initial Gifts. Winter. Beudeou. Trades. H'Aek. Woaara i' Di*aK-n. Caaaral aaaaaaattai Yooa< Adaka aad Yoath Units Ca i p a if headqwarten at 420 Lincoln Boad are beta* atade ready for the three-month dn. it is announced by Pederauoo Executive, DbWM* Ben^min B Rosenberg. fat af at... tar taeaaat *^r nu ^ % % THAMK YOU, FOLKS ... My sincere thanks and appreciation to all my thousands of friends who worked so diligently in my behalf.. And to all who supported me I promise to do my utmost to justify your confidence in me. Abe Aronovitz Che*ed Shel Emeus Plans Joint Installation Mn. Israel Goldberg, president of the Sisterhood Cbesed Shel Emes*. will preside at a meeting on Tiaesday. December 1st. 1 30 p m at the home of Mrs Rachaei Sakasntz. 1533 SW 3rd Street, vie* president. Reservations will be made for the combined installation dinner of the Sisterhood aad the Greater Miami Chevn Kadisha. of which Nathan Ginsburg is newly elected president. Time for this function is Sunday. December 13th. 6 p.m.. at the Dora August Memorial Hall. 500 SW 17th Avenae SIMON SETDEN. 503 S.W. 17th Ave.. Tel. 82-5480 CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACll eivish Funerals with 5,713 y ^: 350 Lincoln Road Mtaaanina — Phone 5-5419 I Entrance on Washington AM. OCULISTS Prescriptions Filled Lanaat and Frami Duplicated Laroe Salection in Stria. of tradition It i. t*aaaa a iarn *f prmhn mi r^mUrt. < %  "lUi %  hat Jru4i xrvicn a RnerMr urr r *'*" NC lM ^. na PAMUNC BROOKLYN



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'.'jilai •:.• %  MM) MMM IpMVMMsi on of the Bja Three, with the p.r i/il ieorlersh.p of London as motvating force. he UN Security ''^uncil Tuesday voted to cen Th New CM 4 hair ma n Jewish Federation this /":?4 r >/n.i,iamA Jewish Appeal campaign here. Mr Kanner has long been associated with -i:.d prjilanlhropic programs, and ;.,% assumption of the chairmanship represents Us rise to leadership through the ranks of the CJA We are certain that Mr. Kanner will bring to his oifice the devotion and energy which have characterized his work heretofore. But /recognizing the need for general participation in the 19-04 campaign, we respectfully remind •he '.ommunity that his is a gigantic task and lhat it will require the help of every responsible resident here. The stakes af high Life Dollars for Israel's upbuilding, am well as for the continuation of the programs of many vital organizations in our aita, throughout the country and overseas. There can be no better tribute to Mr. Kanner's assumption of office as chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign than for each on* of us to enter into the activities of the drive. s. "h Hcyr sod. Mm -rm =z. *i %  fCXJTT zearr T^. SJ Mr Zfc c a far r '. %  jtmtc MII Is s z. W^sBuagSBse -nan srrrea ocr MW *-i ^= ae~s;rr t rc*rr z*-z.z Ssr-^r.-i C--.'..-!-:? Ter. s wne at jsraes. Xar dsd lssvGcrxc -ir^=*_ arruec iarces were aor creral-r tc-wurwi z. '=e I-rrr=c i=T SET c ac J X— --=? ;COTT We *-. ti.r=iisr JTXZ wee* "^-cr A-iz z^rr* ceee ^t. ^7 at ded acsrskocs r£ec-j -* ?ecer sWa Tzzee a-•-. n .' -graiw jcwcxa MI araa^rjae sc asrae ss&ce i?4e roeAjaaossoacr 11x7a ^ 3 K-apsg o s -xe larger pacttsre of Arcs MdcSerence ar>a --? A_-az r— zsrrxi' exaarsaoos avade saa sBpesnrv BV varme of 3 world's' sLaesfce --aa^ocvaaec w reprTsc! mast be MMMsl 'Ml :%r Jnwfcrr.. and dse Arab league at targe, mssc oace and far aQ be resszoded of tbe fact Mat they were deosrrefy w hi p p e d by Israel daasg v.* V.'ar of Libera&oe, Mat thesr armed farces wi^cs aeted tbe UsnMd Natfans were chased z/xk. across fbe scsds of tbe desert and ed BO repir otker Chan z i.rstl 1 ssost U Ms letter fross the Wsrtc Bostse zeeretzr? Sen s tor 1 H iiaa u os the Senate Labor fists 11 1 sstli ^ecrscao ef Labor Doftm restgnaucc "Wantl of tee RernsMwas Admizi rert.-.tts he -i flsrs tailed to receive cooperation tross the I'll si si el zsd m. Tbe Secretary ef Labor was hasji sffed by piimii inm tkl Assonatzon of MSSSBTM r um 1 sad tbe lasted Su: zsnatrdi sserce. while Mr. Eisenhowers adjisors are big feuuea trves." Senator Lehman saw \a /Ueonnection betsws th labor and the Adssseailncms lauece to nanuic :*r= paskj -exeept uuofar as all eeonoouc matters are wterre...-.-i Ost vation circled bark to tbe McCarran Act again. I c. -.ted M Nevada Senator r ecent ly boasted that President LW.ijtr 1 encourage or accept any re 1111— of his hdilstn Sense I becasse theughtful for a raosstet. "I can only hope be is swt'* said. While the New York State Senatee was guarded m net ^ observations on Adaunistratios policy, showing grezi paueatt." dismclmed to exercise any such p-tience on the subject U i*+\ McCarthy -McCarthyism is a diseese." he said, nhi: drnesi from neighbor breeds suspicion and appeals to fear nd passe' Senator Lehman indicated that Senator McCarthys tactics have immeasurably losrered oer gevenunent prestisn "I speak from personal experience." he told me ~\Vbw I Europe last year. I could see the effects of MrCarthyusa." Ae to Senator Lehman, the greatest danger coming fr the WB Senator's tactics is that they are growing into a national natur. TO ISKAU F*0N AMERICAN JEWRY "HIS AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S attack on fonserl dent Truman is the most maucious technique yet .T:\ved To! tioe Mr Truman's loyalty is to emphasize most clearly that *" ism has grown completely intolerant of opposition or deviab— lying all such opposition as hereby which it would stamp out ? and terror." Parallel with this. Senator Lehman told me. is the impsesy. which Attorney General Brownell made public unver::ublefil" Federal Bureau of Investigation to support his unfunded W_ while suppressing others that might have placed Mr Trunun %  more favorable light. Not all the facts are known Senator I said, "but this is the mark of McCarthyism — to accu*e wuhoot the accused a chance to answer Senator Lehman's defense of Mr Truman was well foundsd 1 are fewer men who did more to prevent the .-pread of CV} "ff!3 than he. It was his administration that sponsored the Mar f h '" 1 ^ to aid indigent European countries, that organized the North AJ Treaty Organization to create a unified defense army, that sm r^M tide away from irresponsible revolution in Greece and that %  even if only an unstable democracy in Italy. It was Mr. Truman who. at a moment's notice, entered "l Korean conflict to halt the onslaught of Russian sponsored Co ""^j C jl there and which the Republican bi partisan approach to for *J, p ^ J upheld until its disenchantment with the war for politic*' P 1 Senator Lehman s experience with McCarthyism is W** £ffloor] On^une 11th. the junior Wisconsin Senator attacked him on I of the Senate, while on July 20th. he repudiated McCarthy"* ^^f of the day before that Senator Mike Monroney, in critic* 1 Continued en Rase 5 A



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY hJME 27—Number 48 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS curity Council Votes 'Strong Censure' of Israel Russia and I^ebanon Abstain; Eban Invokes Article XII of Arab Armistice Agreement p*** g^H •5a**!& m ^SH ON FOREIGN POLICY. Senator Guy M. Gillette (D-Iowa), member of the Senate iiqn Relations Committee (left), and Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.), chairman of the Foreign jtiOM Committee (standing next to Senator Gillette), expressed sharply conflicting views [ently on US foreign policy in the Middle East, particularly in relation to Israel. With them > Rudolf G. Sonnebom, national chairman of the United Israel Appeal, and Ellis Radinsky. Bcutive director (right), at the UJA's National Conference on Problems and Planning held Chicago in mid-November. Senator Wiley called for a mid-East defense command and that the West can help bring about peace in that area. Senator Gillette charged that foreign policy was tending toward appaasement of Arab war parties and displayed lugh tactics" toward Israel. UNITED NATIONS'-(JTA) — A draft resolution condemning the "retaliatory action at Kibya taken by armed forcrs of Israel" was submitted to the Security Council this week by Britain. France and the United States and immediately become subject of heated debate. The Security Council Tuesday voted "the strongest censure" of Israel for the October 19th raid. Israeli Ambassador Abba Eban charged this was stronger language j than the council had used against] any other country including i the Communist aggressors in Korea. He said the censure was the "worst possible prelude" to the direct peace talks between Jordan and Israel for which he called Monday. The vote in the 11-nation council — highest UN body and the only one with authority to order its decisions enforced —' was 9 to 0. with two abstentions. Russia and Lebanon declined to vote. Mr. Eban subsequently invoked res (ireen Light to Aggressors: S Zionists Hit Western Powers With Evasion of Responsibilties (KW YORK (JTA) — Zionist up< in the United States proIhia week against the "Big ee" resolution on Kibya. Louis sky chairman of the American nist Council, which speaks for Zionist groups in this country, nanded the resolution as a "total Ision" of American British fcnch responsibility for the UtragBitualion" that has arisen on the ae! Jordan borders. I'Never before has there been a Solution of the UN Security cil on the Palestine question at did not firmly and unequivo?ly call for the conclusion of peranent peace in the area," Mr. Lip> pointed out. "Now, by deliberi choice of terminology, the great ^wers have made it possible for Arab states to continue their blicy of refusing to negotiate bee with Israel. They have given e green light to Arab aggressors mtinue their war against Israel by all means short of outright hosj tilities. Britain Criticized "On May 25th, 1950, the great powers expressed 'their deep interest and their desire to promote the establishment and maintenance of peace and stability in the area." On numerous occasions since that date the United States has repeatedly expressed its hope for peace in the Middle East. Ait instead of peace, there has been a long calendar of robbery and murder committed by the regular and irregular forces of Jordan against Israel farmers and townsfolk, without respect to age ano\sex, on Israel soil. Not once during this period has any of the powers publicly expressed concern or regret and, indeed, the restraining influence of Britain on the actions of its Jordan ally has been sadly lacking. "Now the powers propose the 'strongest censure' of Israel Jor one isolated act of desperate reprisal carried out by the husbands, brothers and fathers of women and children murdered by Jordan bands. We do not condone the indent at Kibya, but we doubt whether Americans would have acted very differently in similar situations, as the whole history of our frontier shows. "While the great powers censure Israel they merely 'request the Government of Jordan to continue and strengthen the measures which they are already taking to prevent such crossing' of the armistice lines. The fact is the Government of Jordan and its armed forces, generaled and officered by British professional soldiers, has completely failed to hold its nationals in check." Article XII of the armistice agreement to the UN Secretary General. In his letter, the Israel diplomat pointed out that he had proposed in his speech before the Security Council a meeting with Jordan which had indicated his non-acceptance" of the proposal. Article XII states that "either of the parties may call upon the Secretary General of the United Nations to convoke a conference of representatives of the two partita for purposes of reviewing, revising or suspending" most of the armistice agreement. The article say that "participation in such conference shall be obligatory upon the parties." The draft expressed "the strongest censure of that action which can only prejudice the chances of a peaceful settlement which both parties in accordance with the Charter are bound to seek." It called upon Israel "to take effective measures to prevent all such actions in the future." The proposed resolution al-o note that "there is substantial evidence of crossing of the demarcation line by unauthorized pe rs< • Continued on Page 5 A Laron Kanner Named Chairman Of 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal Won M. Kanner, Miami at-j orncv and a civic leader for many i h*r-. will head the 1954 Combin-, fcd Jewish Appeal. Announcement | P [ Kanner's selection was made; •hiweek by Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish federation, the agency which conducts the annual drive here. Names of division leaders and a 'ps of major functions will be Announced in ten days, Kanner %  said. Members of the Campaign %  Cabinet, the Executive Committee lot Federation and the Initial Gifts Group win be guests at a reception on Sunday at the Shelborne Hotel, honoring Kanner and his campaign officers. The affair will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mr. and Mrs. Howard 3 The Combined Jewish Appeal, which supports six local Jewish agencies and more than 45 national organizations including the United Jewish Appeal, probably will start in mid January. Kanner said. Exact dates and the goal have not vet been announced. Goal for the 1953 appeal here Continued on Pag* 2 A lours lipsky deplores "tetol evasion" Judge Simon SoMott "struggle strengthens kinship" CJFWFin Resolution Urges Peace CLEVELAND (JTA)— Speaking for 800 Jewish communities in the United States, the General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, at its session here, adopted a resolution expressing "grave concern" over the joint resolution presented by the US, Britain and France to the UN Security Council censuring Israel for the Kibya incident. "We urge our government to use its influence and prestige through the United Nations and through diplomatic channels to endeavor to bring about such a revision of the resolution in question, and to call upon the governments directly concerned to negotiate a settlement of their differences and a permanent peace," the CJFWF General Assembly requested Stanley C. Myers, Miami attorney, who has long been active in local and national Jewish affairs. was reelected to the Board of Directors of the Council. Myers served as president of the CJFWF from Continued on Peg* 10 A Aronovitz Top In City Election Commissioners Indicate His Choice as Mayor As The Jewish Floridian went to press late Wednesday, reliable spokesmen said here that Outgoing Mayor Chelsie Senerchia. following custom, may relinquish his chair at the new commission's organizational meeting. It was reported that Abe Aronovitz will be supported for the mayoralty post by B. E. Hearn, Sr.. and Randall N. Christmas. H. Leslie Quigg will second the nomination. Miami attorney Abe Aronovitz Tuesday led a field of six candidates to sweep into the high spit in the city commission race. The political veteran has been in the midst of Miami political and chic affairs for the past 30 years. Sent into office along with Aronovitz who now assumes a seat on the city commission were B. F. Hearn. Sr., a 62-year-old plumbin-' contractor, and Randall N. Chri-: mas. attorney who became 33 during the campaign. Aronovitz. who also captured the No. 1 spot in last week's primaryelection, polled 28.206 votes. Hearn received 24.743 ballots and Christmas, 22.926. Defeated candidates were Arthur Person, 20,068; Jack Horsley. 18.544; and John Red Lake, 11.687. Total turnout at the polls was ,49.998. It was the third highe-t runoff in Miami's history. He said that his first task as a commissioner will be to attempt !to bring about a mutual working relationship between the city and county commissions. "Improvel harbor facilities and better and wider Miami streets resulting .from additional state funds through the county commission i would be some of the immediate ; benefits." Aronovitz explained. Aronovitz ran his campaign on Continued on Page 5 A



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>AY. N OVEMBER 27, 1953 fount Sinai Given : und For New tadioactive Lab I'lans for the establishment of a radioactive isotpoe laboratory w*re be nun this week at Mount Sinai Hospital, when members of the .nitcd Order of True Sisters, greater Miami Circle and-Lodge to. 43. presented Samuel Gertner, executive director of the hospital, nth a gift of $2,000. The funds, according to Max Oroiitz. president of Mount Sinai, will used to purchase equipment necessary for setting up the highly Specialized laboratory and to make available to indigent patients the fadioactive materials which are a part of this type of treatment. The laboratory will be utilized (tor diagnostic, therapeutic and research purposes. x Mrs. Mary Scisorek, president hi .1 Florida Cancer chairman, stated that the $2,000 check would en Lble the hospital to continue its Expanding research plan and to be bf service to medically indigent patients in the community. Mrs. Julian Ollendorf, chairman Jf the Greater Miami Circle, said lhat the National Cancer Service bf the United Order of True Sishas contributed $10,000 to Bate on a national level to hospitals throughout the country for Indigent patients for radioactive Isotope treatments. +Je*is*Tk>rkUan PAGE 3 B Daytona Beach To Be Site Of Annual Senior Judaea Conclave December 25th Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital, receives a check for $2,000 from Mrs. Mary Scisorek (center), president, and Mrs. Julian Ollendorf, chairman, of the Greater Miami Circle, United Order of Tiue Sisters. Bureau Plans Adult Education Council Plans for the formation of a Jewish Adult Education Council have been announced by Max Meisel, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. A meeting for this purpose has been called for Monday, November 30th, rabies Zionists Install Officers In December 3rd Coral Gables Zionist District installation dinner will be held at |he Cypress Room of the Antilla lotel in Coral Gables on Thursday evening, December 3rd. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, kill be principal speaker. Officers to be installed include Morris Simon, who will assume the presidency for a second term; Dr. Ibraham Kitzen, Daniel Cravitt nd Irving Sperling, vice presidents; Meyer Fine, financial secretary; Manuel Barkin, treasurer; Dlorey Rayman, recording secretary. Mrs. Morris Simon, correspond[):..' secretary; Harold Shapiro, Ichairman, Morris Belgrade, Max [Friedson, Oscar Greene, Abe Hure.' %  ; '. %  Louis Kaplan, Albert Levick, rMrs. Albert Levick, Oscar Lelchuk, I Dr. David Oberstein and Sidney (Sanders, members of the Board. Committee in charge of arrangements includes Max Friedson, Mrs. Max Friedson, Mrs. Albert Levick, Dr. A. Kitzen, Harold Shapiro and Sidney Sanders. Southern Judaea Camp Plans Summer Sessions A two-week camp in the South for Southern Judaeans to take place during the first part of June was announced by the Southern and Florida Zionist Youth Commissions, joint educational youth agencies of the Southeastern Region Zionist Organization of America, and the Southern, Southeastern and Florida Hadassah Regions. Decision to sponsor the non-profit camping experience for boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 17 was made at the annual fall meeting of the Youth Commission held in Atlanta, Georgia. Approximately 100 young people are expected to attend the two-week session from June 9th through 22nd, 1954. The commission has obtained the use of facilities of Camp Blue Star, Hendersonville, North Carolina, in the Blue Ridge Mountains, 200 miles north of Atlanta. The program will be divided into two separate divisions, one for the pre-seniors, 10 to 12 years of age. and another division for the 13 to 17 year olds. The senior division is to supplement the National Young Judaea Camp Tel Yehudah which takes place for onemonth sessions during July and August. 8:15 p.m., at the Bureau of Jewish Education building. Representatives from all Jewish organizations sponsoring adult Jewish education programs have been invited to come together to review the success or failure of their programs and to attempt to form a community-wide organization to clear program ideas and to stimulate better approaches to adult Jewish education in the community, Meisel explained. At the meeting, a sample panel discussion will be held on the subject: Jews — Religious Group? What? The panelists will include Dr. Arthur H. Maynard, head of the Religious Department at the University of Miami; Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation; and Harold Thurman, chairman of the Bureau's Adult Educa tion Committee. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, will act as moderator. It is hoped, said Meisel, that out of the meeting "will emerge a clear conception of the role of community organizations, as well as of individual organizations, in meeting the problem of improving Jewish adult education in Greater Miami." Daytona Beach, Florida, has been selected as the site for the seventh annual winter conclave" of the Southern Region of Senior Judaea, and the dates set for the event are December 25th through 29th, according to an announcement released by Miss Sonia Stern, of Nashville, president of the Region. The Princess Issena Hotel will serve as conference headquarters. Over 100 teen-age boys and girls from Florida, Georgia, South Caro lina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama. Mississippi and Louisiana are expected to take part in the four-day conference. Highlights of the conclave include workshops on American Affairs, Zionism and Israel and Jewish Living. A staff of 15 adults will work with the young people during the December conference. Expected to take part in various sessions are Raphael Adler, music director, Youth Department Jewish Agency; Yosef Peri, of Israel: city directors Ralph Dolgoff, Atlanta, Mrs. Frank Rochstroh, Birmingham, Mrs. Irving Brukner, Jacksonville, Joseph Schandler, Memphis, Miriam Schcinberg, Miami, David Pollock, Nashville, Earnest Siegal, Savannah, Arnold Gussin, New Orleans; and Herman Popkin, youth director and Anita Schwartzmann, organization secretary. One of the features will be a report of the Summer In Israel program this past July and August which was participated in by 44 Senior Judaeans of whom three were Southerners: Carol Freedenthal, Atlanta. Debbie Rabhan, Savannah, and Sandra Goldfine, Nashville. Rabbi IS'arot To IHHCUSK Xori'lis/ Sh of vm Aseh Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will discuss novelist Sholem Asch's departure from Miami during his sermon from the Temple Israel pulpit at Friday evening services. The Rabbi's interpretation of Mr. Asch's departure will be presented as an outgrowth of his discussion with the novelist who attended services at Temple Israel last week. According to an announcement here. Rabbi Narot offered prayers for Mrs. Asch's recovery at that time. She is currently ill in France. After the service, Mr. Asch conveyed to the Rabbi his feelings about the attitude of Jews to his writirgs and about the future of the Jewish community in America. I Teen Age Chanuka Affair A teen age Chanuka dance will be held at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's Town Branch on Tuesday evening, December 1st, 8 p.m. Formerly a student at The Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina, Pvt. Gilbert M. Berg is now stationed at Fort Eustis, Virginia. He is the sop of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Berg, of the Southern Fruit Shippers Company. Father-Child Chanuka Party Is Feature At Beth Sholom A gala Father-Child Chanuka Party sponsored by the Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club will be held on Thursday evening, December 3rd, 6 p.m., at the Temple Banquet Hall. Attraction of the dinner party, will be a Chanuka gift to every child, consisting of live pets. Special awards will be a puppy and a colorful parakeet. Besides the ceremony of kindling the festive lights, the program will include additional entertainment. The Sponsors' Committee, consists of Herbert Linick and JonStern in Viola Concert At MJM The University of Miami School of Music will present Victor Stern, violist, in recital at Beaumont Hall on Monday evening, November Davis Heads Maule Hardware Division Announcement was made this week by Maule Industries, Inc., of the establishment of a Builders' Hardware Division at their North Miami Avenue plant and sales office. The opening of the new department is in line with Maule's long-range program to furnish South Florida builders and contractors with a complete building materials and builders' supply service. Melvin E. Davis, well known to contractors in this area for his management of the hardware and windows department of Lindsley Lumber Company, heads the new Maule department. Davis has a background of more than 35 years in the hardware business and for the past eight years has been identified as an authority on builders' hardware. Davis, who was born in Chicago, Illinois, has been a resident of Miami for 17 years. During 1942-45, he was with the 30th, at 8:30 p.m. He will be assisted by Jeffrey Stoll, pianist Stern joined the School of Mu-1 US Army Military Intelligence. Afteaching staff in 1952 as an | ter returning to civilian life. Davis also a Barton's Initiates Maccabee Week NEW YORK—With the endorsement of outstanding educators throughout the country, Stephen Klein, president of Barton's Bonbonniere candy stores, this week announced I Am A Maccabee Week, November 27th through December 3rd, to be celebrated in all Barton shops. Each child visiting any of the 57 Barton's stores, accompanied by an adult, will be given, free, a Maccabee Gift Bag containing an I Am A Maccabee button, a Judah Maccabee Pledge Card, the story of Chanukah and candy. The button, designed by Barton's, shows a likeness of Judah Maccabee and carries the slogan, I Am A Maccabee. The card, listing pledges on such important qualities as action, courage, allegiance and belief, gives Jewish children a measuring stick for patterning their lives after the famed hero. Klein, well-known for his conas Brotman, co-chairmen. Jack Ab-. tmuous efforts to further Jewish bott. Men's Club president, Dr. NorJ education among children, calls I man Russ and Irving B. Kaplan. Liebmcm To Address Beth Sholom Institute Rabbi Leon Kronish this week announced that Seymour Liebman, local Zionist and member of the National Executive Committee of the ZOA, will be guest lecturer on Wednesday evening, December 2nd, 8:45 p.m., at the Temple Beth Sholom Adult Institute for Jewish Studies. Liebman will speak on: Jerusalem Calling. This is the sixth in a lecture series on 300 years of American JewryPreceding the lecture will be the courses in Hebrew language. Am A Maccabee Week an educa tional project. Like his other educational efforts through the Barton's chain, he has provided the necessary fun and good things to eat which make learning a pleasure. In preparation for the coming holiday, Barton's stores are featuring a new decorative plastic Menorah, an authentic reproduction of the one found in the Holy Temple. Another new item is a milk chocolate bar with the figure of Judah Maccabee in raised design. A large plastic spin dredel filled with chocolate covered raisins is another Chanukah item. Instructions for a new Chanukah game are included with the dredel. sic instructor of viola. He is member of the University Symphony Orchestra and in charge of training the viola section. He is a graduate of the Chatham Square Music School, New York, and a pupil of William Primrose. Stern's program will include Concerto for Viola in B minor by George Frederick Handel; Nocturne, Opus 9, No. 2, by Frederic Chopin, transcribed by Pablo Sarasate for the violin and arranged for the viola by Victor Stern; Twenty-fourth Caprice by Niccolo Paganini, arranged for viola and piano by William Primrose; and Concerto for Viola, Opus 3, by Alessandro Holla. was made sales manager of Lindsley Lumber Company's hardware, paint and specialty department. Prior to his hitch with the Army, he had been buyer of hardware, paint and plumbing supplies for Lindsley and sales manager of the wholesale division of Dania Supplies Company. Davis, whose home is at 253 SW 66th Avenue, is a member of First Church of Christ Scientist. He is Past Commander of the Legion of Guardsman. Miami Post No. 1. American Legion. He is also a member of the Coral Gables Post, and of Prudence Lodge No. 958. F and AM Blue Lodge, Chicago, Illinois. Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center leaders meet to celebrate the burning of the Center mortgage, ine ceremony was held on Sunday evening. Shown left to ngm are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan; Phil Begun. Religious Board chairman; Hal Kravitx. president; and Rabbi Harry Ethnger spiritual leader. The mortgage burning was possible through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Gelvan, Center leaders stated.



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JewiisltUHliDipidtiiaun 1IAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953 SEC. B Iritain Sets Stage to Help Jordan Ward off 'Attack' LONDON (JTA) — Late \as\ L?k. the conditions under which Mtain would go to the assistance J Jordan against "aggression" by faeli forces were outlined by For* In Undersecretary Anthony Nut [g, in a written statement to P. ID Baker, Conservative MP. The Undersecretary carefully timed provisions of the Britishtdan treaty of alliance which inSves the two states acting in conh to settle by peaceful means Iputcs between one of them and |third party and the conditions j|,r which one will come to the Cistance of the other in the case [hostilities. Air Nutting's statement also defied what Britain had done in %  nging the recent Kibya incident lore the United Nations Security luncil and recalled Britain's acptance of responsibility to prent aggression under the TriparDeclaration of 1950. Weakening Israel Security, In lurther discussion of the Palline .situation in Parliament, Herri Morrison. Foreign Secretary in Labor Government, warned unst the strengthening of Egypt the Western Powers to the exit of imperiling the security of feel. Speaking in the debate on the Ken's speech. Mr. Morrison ged the Western Powers to keep mind the desirability of a gennl peace between Israel and the ah states. "If there should come of this a situation in which the Hilary strength of Egypt is in based to" a great extent, which kild imperial the security of IsIrl ..a state and therefore imtul the peace of the Middle East, Iwould be very unfortunate," Mr. [orris declared. [The British Government's desire |r a peaceful settlement of the |y-Laws To Be Read [Hebrew Free Loan Association Greater Miami will meet on londa) evening, November 30th, 1p.m. at the Town Branch of the Ireater Miami Jewish Community enter, according to an announcement by Isadore Schwartz, presi [ent. Second reading of the bypws will take place during the peeling. Palestine issue was stressed, meanwhile Sir David Maxwell Fyfe, the Home Secretary, who expressed the hope that way would be found to eliminate from Anglo-Israel relations "such disturbing factors as the recent border incidents which have deepened the estrangement between Israel and its neighbors." Speaking at a dinner of the Anglo-Israel Association, the Home Secretary paid tribute to such Israeli achievements as the reclamation of the Negev, high standards of health and the provision of educational facilities. He saw in the Queen Elizabeth Forest in Israel— established by Jewry in the various Commonwealth countries — a means of helping foster closer" relations between Britain and Israel. Israel Ambassador Eliahu Elath, another speaker at the dinner, said Israel welcomed the United Nations Security Council dealing with the problem of Israel-Arab peace. He expressed hope that recent tragic incidents would not deflect the Security Council from the major issues in the Middle East which would only be solved by a real peace. The Israel Ambassador also called for strengthening of the Arab-Israel armistance agreements by the Council, asserting that while Israel had viewed the armistice as a prelude to real peace, the Arab states considered it, no more than a breathing spell to devise new means of warring on Israel. May Prosecute Pocono Resort Under Pennsylvania Bias Laws PHILADELPHIA — Prosecution by Pennsylvania law enforcement agencies of a leading Pocono resort hotel for discriminating against Jews was asked this week by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. In a letter to Acting Attorney General Harrington Adams. Fred Grossman, ADL regional director for the state, accused the High Point Inn, a Mount Pocono resort, of having "mailed to various residents of Pennsylvania and of at least two other states" cards stating that the hotel caters "to a young Gentile clientele between 20 to 35 years of age." Grossman argued that the discriminatory 1 a n g uage violated Pennsylvania law which makes it a misdemeanor for any place of public accommodation to send out communications "intended or calculated to discriminate against any religious sect, creed, class, denomination or nationality." "It has been the experience of this organization," Grossman wrote the Attorney General, "that our law against discrimination by places of public accommodation is honored more in the breach than in the observance." He added, "We believe that the complaints we are here calling to your attention create an opportunity for our state's law enforcement agencies to dem-1 onstrate that they will enforce to the hilt laws intended to safeguard the democratic guarantee of equality of opportunity." In Pittsburgn, Judge Samuel A. Weiss, president of the League's Pennsylvania Regional Advisory Board, declared that prompt action by the Attorney General's office 'will serve as a lesson to those who are inclined to disregard the obligations laid upon them by the laws protecting civil rights." Six months ago. Judge Weiss re leased the result of an ADL survey which showed "a marked trend towards more democratic patronage policies" on the part of hotels and resorts in th Pocono Mountains area. The report, based on a six-months study of 92 resorts and hotels showed that 71 per cent which gave indication of discriminatory policies in an earlier 1950 study, no longer practice them today. An historic step in the almost half-century existence of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver was marked this week with the announcement tha the Denver institution has changed its name to the Jewish National Home For Asthmatic Children. Shown signing the document which made the name change official is Mrs. Fannie E. Lorber, president. Looking on is Louis E. Levitan, executive director of the National Home. The National Home, founded in 1907, is dedicated to the free, nationwide treatment of children suffering from chronic intractable asthma. Says US-Sponsored Water Suggestion is Not Practical TEL AVIV (JTA)-The American-sponsored Tennessee Valley Authority plan for region development of the Jordan River is "un-, practicable" and is aimed not at j development of the river's resources but at preventing Israel's i use of them. Pinchas I.avon. Israel Minister without portfolio, charged here. He spoke at the second | annual meeting of the representatives of Mapai settlements. Continuing his criticism of the j United States, Minister Lavon declared: "A certain nation which used to speak in high-sounding words of the development of under-developed areas suddenlydoubted Israel's right to use the little natural resources in her possession." He asserted that Israel was prepared for "every conciliation" but stressed that it would not give up its "very right to existence." He emphasized that Israel has always wanted United States friendship. but not as "friendship by dictate (The New York Times reported from Jerusalem that Eric Johnston, President Eisenhowers personal envoy to the Near East, who : has been visiting Israel and the Arab states in an attempt to sell them the TVA plan for develop'. ment of the Jordan's water re1 sources, believes that "skillful diplomacy'" could obtain Jordan's an'l Syria's support of the plan. Mr. I Johnston was reported as believing that it is the political climate i in the Arab countries which forbids their leaders from supporting the regional development plan.) Nathaniel H. Goodrich, Deputy General Counsel of the United States Department of Defense, has been named Washington counsel of the American Jewish Committee. Goodrich is resigning from Government service to join A,C. He succeeds Marcus Cohn, who has acted as Washington counsel for the organization since 1944. Gccdiich joined the Department of Defense as Special Legal Consultant in February. 1948. Demand Israel Kosher and 3€t what you demand! You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy fSKHH beauties. Enjoy the matchless flavor of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings. Beef, all Beef, choice Beef! FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF SALAMI • BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA fo}oknoiUujW$iir$/ Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. 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B Convention Features Workshops on Centers fJelstiFkrkU !" PAGE 7 B %* Mn. Eleanor iMimft Irs. Roosevelt r ill Speak at |JA Conference t\v YORK — Mrs. Eleanor >.elt will be one of the guests pnor and a principal speaker l< three-day Annual National erence of the United Jewish which will meet at the WalAstoria Hotel in New York comber 11th, 12th and 13th, announced this week by Ed| M. M. Warburg, general chair:>f the UJA. Warburg said |hat the three-day conference hear from other outstanding i • in world affairs as the stage for the UJA's 1954 nation | campaign and as the Appeal lates its 13th year of conis fund raising activity. three-day Annual Confer he said, will bring together than 1,200 leaders repreDg c arm p a i g n communities ^ghout the United States five-fold purpose will be to: Assess the 1954 budgetary' Irements of th UJA's three |ituent agencies — the United Appeal Joint Distribution littee and United Service for Workshops of the JWB Southern Section Convention, held here recently devoted to a reexamination of the purposes, program and operations of the Jewish Community Centers in the eleven Southern States which comprise the Southern Section of JWB. In the discussion of the relationship of the Jewish Community Center to the Synagogue, the delegates agreed that the Center, like the Synagogue, "recognizes the fundamental character of religious values in Jewish life. Both institutions are vitally interested and dedicated to the enrichment of Jewish living in America. Both institutions have the means of complementing each other in their efforts to achieve their common objective." Delegates reported that there was an overall tread toward* cooperation between synagogues aad Jewish Community Centers in the South. They also indicated that, in addition to the Jewish Community Center programs, which they conduct in their own buildings, they are also helping other community institutions, such as Synagogues, Hebrew Schools, Homes for the Aged and local affiliates of national organizations, to carry on group work activities in their respective facilities. The group work skills, staff and program resources at the Center are being made available to these institutions. While several instances of conflict, between the Jewish Community Center and the Synagogue were described, it was felt that these could be resolved, if the professional and lay leaders of the Scene at the recent Southern Section JWB convention on Miami Beach respective institutions bee ame more familiar with each others program, and gained a better appreciation of each other's efforts in behalf of the total Jewish community. Among leaders present were Leo Ackerman, Dr. Samuel Beckman, Philip Berkowitz, George Chertkof, Ben Clein, Ben Essen, Herman Feldman, Milton Friedman, Murry* Grossman. Leo Huberman, Irviag, Lax< Leon Kaplan, Joseph Maaters, Stanley C. Myers, A. Albert Pallott, Max R. Silver, Sidney Stiller, Carl Weinkle and Harry Zuckerman. Others, outside of Miami, who were similarly honored were Aaron Brenner, Memphis, Eph New Americans. (2) Hear reports on the recent extraordinary economic meeting held in Jerusalem under auspices of the Israel Government and attended by more than 160 leading representatives of Jewish communities in the United States, toe United Kingdom,.Canada, France. 1 Australia, South Africa, Argentina, Mexico and Switzerland. S £ £ ADOLPHE MENJOU ?W W&i four Star ami Host in CHASE'S Favorite Story •ONDAT EVENINGS AT 9:30 P.M. WTVJ Channel 4 Ntxt week: "TH* DrNAMfTfR" with Kenneth Tobcy and Virginia Gibs** CHASE E D E R A L SAVINGS %  A M I BEACH HIMD RAISING CHAIRMEN! An Exciting Opportunity! TO RAISE MONEY BUILD THE TREASURY of vour • ORGANIZATION • YOUTH GROUP • SISTERHOOD Calf Milfn Bmham ml THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN 2-8212 SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM K>0 SOT. COHVlLUCttKM AM (MONK CMS •VTClorHUT lAMIrfLORlOA .. £) cm urn On/a/ • %  %  '. % %  the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Four candles, on a mammoth birthday cake, were lit by four members of the Jewish Community Center, representing the four generations of the Jewish Community Center movement in America. Participating in this ceremony were Mrs. Anna Levine, president of the Greater Miami JCC Golden Age Friendship Club; Mrs. Abraham Cohen, chairman of the Children's Program Committee; Sheldon Rosenthal, president of the Maccabeen Clue; and Robert Cohen, representing all of the children of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Julian Zander, co-chairman of the Centennial Committee, present nity Center as one of the earliest Centers to be established in the South. Max E.stroff, president of the Augusta JCC, Sidney Rosen, past president of the Augusta JCC, and Dr. Nate Goldstein, vice president of the New Orleans Jewish Community Center, accepted the plaques in behalf of their respective communities. r,, „ • .— %  —— | >ac wuKiuuu < tmimiuet-. presentCharnmsky. 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PAGE 10 B + %**lstncrk#*n GLJOD ALl brlUK 1 O Schedules Party At UM Ring Theater 43,000 Persons Leave Israel In Two Years, Knesset Told JERUSALEM (JTA) — Approximately 43.000 immigrants left Israel in the course of the last two years, it was reported in the Israel Parliament this week by Itzhak Raphael, head of the Jewish Ag ency's immigration department. This number, he said, constituted two-thirds of the total of immigration into the country during the same period. Raphael asked Parliament for an urgent discussion of the subject. He insisted that ways must be found to check the trend. Dr. Goldmann Confers With Adenauer On Indemnification BONN (JTA) — Problems connected with the German delivery' of reparations goods and with the German Federal law for indemni fication of individual victims were discussed here this week by Dr. Nahum Goldmann. presiding officer of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. Czech Jews Form Committee On Claims Against Germany LONDON (JTA)—The formation of a Committee on Jews from Czechoslovakia for Material Claims Against Germany to protect the in tcrests of Czech Jewish refugees in relation to the Germany repara tions pact was announced here by Dr Stephen Barber acting chairman of the group The committee, set up at the initiative of the Relief Committee of Jews from Czechoslovakia in Great Britain, has as its aim: "To watch over and represent the interests of Jews of Czechoslovakian origin in respect to the implementation of the Luxemberg Protocols (embodying the settlement of claims of world Jewry within the terms of the Israel reparations pact.)" Jewish Refugees Sentenced In Munich For "Illegal" Entry MUNICH (JTA) —A local court has thus far sentenced 39 to 67 Jewish DP's arrested in a German police raid on a synagogue here last week to various jail terms between six to 14 days. The DP's were returnees, mostly from Israel, who had entered Germany without valid entry documents. Jerry Koleib. HIAS director in Germany, told a press conference that his organization was making every effort to prevent deportation of the DP's after their sentences are served. Israel Places Orders In Germany For Freighters, Dock COLOGNE (JTA) — The Israel purchasing mission in Germany has signed orders totalling $6,400,000 bom German reparations payments for two freighters and a floating dock to be built by German shipyards, the mission announced here this week. German North Sea ship: yards will build two 3.000-ton' freighters, and the Flenderwerke: shipyard at Luebeck will build the; floating dock, which will be able to repair vessels with a displace ment of up to 20,000 tons. On Wednesday evening. December 2nd. the first theatre party of the year for Menorah Group of Hadassah will be held at the University of Miami Ring Theatre which is showing the musical, Best Foot Forward Mrs. Murray Turetsky i-chairman in charge of Youth Services Activities, which receives the proceeds from the affair. The telephone committee chairmen for the theatre party will be Mrs Arthur Koff and Mrs. Reuben Fund. A second theatre party will take place on December 8th, for the same show. Mrs. Victor Reiter will be in iharue of the children's Chanuka party to take place at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. 320 Paler mo Avenue, on Friday, December 4th. 3:15 p.m. There will be an exchange of gifts, games pertaining to the holiday, singing, danc ing and refreshments. Proceeds Earmarked for Child Building Fund Pioneer Women's Organization, [ Club No. 1, will hold a traditional' Chanuka latkc party at the Knes-' cth Israel Congregation on Wednesday evening, December 2nd, 7:45 pm. according to an announce-1 ment this week by Mrs. Henry Seit• lin, chairman. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Mos-, es Mescheloff. spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation and president of the Jewish National Fund Council here. Assisting with arrangements are the Mesdames Esther Yaffee, Esther Garber, Rose Sorenstein, Betty Pakula and Sophie Krantz. Proceeds of the evening are for Israel's Child Building Fund. Satisfy^ and so delkion|y. M Try Kitha SMI. / MMttchewitz /i. fj US* I Philadelphia Council Takes Stand On School Holidays PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The Philadelphia Jewish Community Relations Council recommended this week lhaf no public action be taken for or against Christmas or Christmas-Chanuka celebrations in public schools without first checking with the Council. In a letter to JCRC's 29 affiliate organizations and their 400 lodges, chapters. posts and auxiliaries, the JCRC pointed out that virtually all Jewish community relations and religious organizations believe responsibility for religious education rests with the synagogue, the church or the home, and not with the public school system." London Times Takes Issue With Bennike On Kibya LONDON (JTA) — The Times of London took issue last week with the position of Major General Vagn Bennike. head of the UN truce observance organization in Palestine, who had reported to the Security Council that the raid on Kibya must have been carried out by regular Israeli army forces since the Israeli border settlements did not have types of arms and equipment known to have been used in the raid. In a dispatch from its Jerusalem correspondent, the Times said it was a proven fact that some border settlements "have been supplied with arms of exactly the type which General Bennike. in his report on the Kibya incident to the Security Council, said was equipment used exclusively by the regular army." Austrian Cabinet Postpones Discussion Of Jewish Claims VIENNA (JTA) —The Austrian Government still has its reply to Jewish demands for compensation and restitution "under preparation," a government spokesman announced this week. He revealed that the Cabinet, which was expected to discuss the Austrian reply at last week's session, had not touched upon the matter. The Austrian reply has been in the works for the past three weeks, and there is no indication when it will be completed. Golda Myerson Club Slates Chanuka Evening A Chanuka dinner and entertainment will be sponsored by the Pioneer Women, Golda Myerson Club of Miami, on Sunday evening, November 29th, 6 p.m., at Congregation Beth El, according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president. Mrs. Pearl Krieger. chairman of the Child Rescue Fund, and cochairmen Mrs. Anna Frey and Mrs. Lizzie Litt said that Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will be guest speaker. Proceeds of the evening are slated for the Child Rescue Fund in Israel. Dr. Louis Ginzberg Dies In New York At Age Of 79 NEW YORK (JTA) —Dr. Louis Ginzberg. world renowned Talmud scholar and Professor of Talmud and Rabbinics at the Jewish Theological Seminary since 1902. died here last week at the age of 79. Dr. Ginzberg was working on the fourth volume of his monumental Commentary On The Talmud Of Jerusalem, first three volumes of which has already been published. He was author of the seven-volume Legends Of The Jews and many other books and articles. Wise Group Card Game The Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will have its weekly minyon card game for Youth Aliyah at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday, December 3rd, 1 p.m. Mirell Gallery To Feature Works By Prudence Vaughn Prudence Vaughn will have a wall show of nine paintings at the Mirell Gallery, according to an announcement this week by Edmund 0. Wehe, director. The gallery, located at 18 Anthony Arcade, Coconut Grove, will feature the show beginning December 1st and concluding on the 15th. The artist has studied in New York and at the Terry Art Institute in Miami. She won a first prize at the 25th oil award of the Florida Federation of Arts in 1952. A reception is slated at the Mirell Gallery' for Tuesday evening, December 1st, from 8 to 11 p.m. Jewish Groups Pay Tribute To Former President Truman NEW YORK (JTA) — Former I President Harry S. Truman re! ceived tributes here last week from the Jewish community for ) his defense of civil rights and his [ farm support of the State of Israel. ; The former President received the Stephen S. Wise Award at a banj quet tendered by the American Jewish Congress. The award recog. nixed Mr. Truman's "consistent and courageous leadership in the I cause of civil rights during his | term as president of the United States." Argentine Zionist Federation Marks 40th Anniversary BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—A ban quet marking the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Zionist Federation of Argentina was held here this week. The 800-odd delegates from Zionist groups in all parts of the country heard Dr. Arieh Kubovi, Israel Minister to Argentina, and various Zionist and communal leaders. Conference Of Christians, Jews Reelects Officers WASHINGTON (JTA) — Benson Ford, Roger W. Straus and Thomas E. 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FACE HA FaSDAY GMJCC Opens USPoiciesh o^ Vewesky Soy$ nat 1he Ceaanr sew nonniahal %  iiaawr%  Sadnaaa* n MK Mar? i^tscai ri are tea u %  •-:.. i if area* • Veaal Eric Johnston Reports On Trip IT. a C't."l. •" — WASECV n. am nj • --: --3 v .-I I ;~ hi I •JK "sTfHA af AT* hi V .: *.-* Tke Li tiianrar ililiC—r laat the •COM tta ike it IIII aaraard riM! tea oeabec The faS* I 1 at iar* the ifcaster Satan ^Mff aar at faar f aae of the rw aar%  J -*• ;-.?** %  -* CJFWF Urges Peace in Resolution; *^ Myers Bected to becutwe Post w >MI 1 A eafc iwj ieiaia rj —1 %  aaa BE ai -' %  te wt ^ m a* thrwafh Ml H* u* wear. ..... -. aaaaaa (#j taaal Baa IM — -^ Ac aaa a a knar JI u ia nr the T7 r naraw sain Be pat ^ ::c the panH •he as rai: --. -. -•--. the am aaereats of the Jews* %  t iate at weB at ai tae ant aatreau af the free varkt' the %  < %  %  %  Whae Bew sa& mi' sot a | Co far award rca ^i > %  # the *aal water al •- *• %  aE.aaide*r--he ? f u** \ -'%  '* %  • -'A : *l *" Arah refatees ac* -' %  *J uoaaal re->i r ** iiaatii ... .....^i : h?i af tj the _. -^ *j CJTWT *M 1 L E u wb ekrf f af aakaacre aae af the Wajtoai Cr.tr. Wnoa with her witt he .., ,.„ aad art ai the reaf the State af faf the aafke *f er water %the Itakaaal a oakeaihaa aalem Caaiereaee the larart Boad i— *" **! *^?Tefiaw Jew* ^. ^^ aaesoaa of naan*= rh"J >r aarpM a. -, ear "-^ir^^^aWaT^ rw^aewhai the Arah at whbraeJa '^JP ilthkV^---^ T?.^. ae sud^ I "-J 0! naitattf* 1 %  rtaa ^^-hi! a^'** ** uoi' -'i tat of rnmmnnqJ laadars acts final pfams far a Vklory on SoDday. D a n a n t ba i Oh. at the Shajbore* Hotal to tha currant S 200. 0 0 0 fnini w iwjn to coranroct tha Abnn Uatt. aa oddvioa o tha W^wk Honsa ior tha Aoad. S*ar % %  • % %  9 at tha house of co^hokaan Darid PhiHipa (aacoad hoaa lafu ara M. I lopaiowitx. cbakaoa of tha fear* Phttps: Aba Cumson. nt wWn L oad Baron da Hkach Mayar. of tha campaign. b, tke l** 1 •r pr*-* 0 J^:



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FAGE 6 A HBDAY I i Selma Rose Lewis. Jerome Rifkin Choose December 27th For Rites .ti Mrv Max Lewi*, of Mi Beach, acuvjace the • of their daughter B K, to Mr Jerome Rifkia. of MiI -be late Mr. and Mrs. A B lift .he r,ride-elect is a well known > jth and young adult cow .*: %  leader and is a gr a d uate of V ami Beach High School aad the i iimiMj af M.a.-r.i She al*o at• %  -ded the Cimersity of Colorado At present. Miss Lewis is em;ed by the Dade County Board Public Instnxtjoa as a first :e teacher at Biscay ne 1 School Rifkin ts a graduate of ViCtsos High School. Brooklyn. • York, aad the L'a it ei sxtj of rate. where he was a member of -a Sigma He serred fr*e aad a >ears m the nary aad is aow : ccia'.ei aitfe Dusiay l'i &jcayae BooJerard. Xi>* Lewis was the State aad Greater A B rat B-r-h Y and oae of the Mi BThh Youth aad the Greater Christian Youth Coaaai m PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr aad Mrs Metis Schaffer. of SV 4KB Street, aaaoaace the of their 52*5a fer B the farmer Bosrya Cobra Mr aad Mrs 301 Sarte. Coral tad Mr aad Mrs Joe !! SW 3rd Street. MiA ft Mr aad Mrs. Joel VogeL of 1402 NW 23rd Avenue, %  mm the tarth of their sea. Steven Craig. at Doctors Ilinnil oa November Vnm-I is the former Syt er of Mr aad Mrs. Mora SWmia Miami. Paf tersal gimdaaiinli are Mr aad Mrs. Loaat VoueL also of Ix-Vine. Grossman Mr aad Mrs. Jaha Greene of ChoOSt? February 28 Casdwefl New Jersey, aaaoaace. Mm Saadra Arlm* iA-w w *QMavJl the birth of Nmn Saadra Artme LeVme. of 3TB3 SW 27th Street, aad Lawrence | Crosasaaa will She was Corps FWpstats. was Yaatk Jadaea aad YM aad WHA V uth and Young Adah .-der of V Yoaag .er Miaau Jewish C CemM* aad was 1-ader m local -.a. Jui Mr R;ft:-. %  a Tumhtr of the Kaawak Order South West Lodge The weddjeg date ha' December r?th. New Americans To Mark Thanksgiving In Celebration Here of Caacrcaataoa Beta Jacob wiQ celebrate the Festrral of CTuiura x. Wednesday evening. December 2nd. at 8 pa. Mr aad Mrs Nathan Ginsberg will be boats for the even: at the Strath Hares I ma paying af Caaatfca game* Caxldrea of the Beth Jacob Betigsous See** wsU present thrmgbtang oi the Caaaaka ramtlii and will ml •H-l I K-rt rf ftmn The attaw will ate celebrate the xrtaday of Mr* Loam Shafknv %  rnifioi of the Sisterhood lattndu the ImrdiirH Lee M e y er. Jars Warner Moms ft Frank. %& %  aba FeJL Sarah Last Hail i SnoNorman Moshergt, Leave For Kumpc The a*aaklya Jeaiit CWBI or the weddag of Misrl_bej JOM| Mosbtrt %  '•* %  4aajhbT( Paalr? Fan. r aadbTT Sath Street t Aswan*. Miaou Beach. He Mri'faa^M^L^'.T 1 Mr aad Mrs. Samaei Mat WI of fa*"*** "- %  Hbjb fc^tonda*TV-JL 3B1 SW 2nd Terrace Miami, anSebooi aad serred m the l"S Nary „& Ha has the tV £H\ Barbara Gafl. aa Noreseber Uth. Co %  *—~ Team there at Mouat Saaai naapstil Mrs. Mat ""* coapies weddiag wffl take _.. piace at the Moan Beach Elks ? "* ** %  '^ Lg^jp for Euraaeoa fhe vueeal — ^ j "*Monb erg H f^rioajki SL; iTSbaSf £alw! Go,dbcr s Mark SacbeTJ^V^ (iotden Anniversary n l> J ^-^^ At Singer Residenee Mr aad Mrs Harry Goldberg, of r73t SW Uth Stree-. their at a by Rxe eiass wiH dhajday ..kaowiedge of Aawncaa ats' rj aad rartnnai ta a special T-atksgmag qua p tog ra nv Mrs Gertmde Faher good ghbor ehairaua oi Couacil < W Beach Dmsaoa. ts ittnaag m p{a-wg oi the ac*. as A ab a bttgwl of the program will te preaeatataoa af an offering of %  to oae of the local bosattak a token of appreciataon to the {-op's adopted Sisterhood Plans Chanuka Festival :' Zinora .*-. vtsh will ssaesor a series of > kaiak trrnrdiag u aa this week. A.: af fairs will be at the Center 44 Zi anra Ai t na i Coral Gabies Slated for Decesaher 2ad. is a hanehcoa aad fsihsne show at 12 30 p-ai. Other faactasas will iirlidi a bazaar aad M o le Carlo oa Sat arday fifing. Decesaher 5th. aad a baaaar aad cararral oa Decesoer Sth airr Ceater. aad has wife are biiaag for B r o o kl yn. MewYork, next week to attend the Bar Bitr*ah of their grandson. T Holtaberg. son af their ter I Whale away, they wifl be at a 45th aaarcersary baaaaat gr< en by the Badaarar Circle which they helped argaaae in UK aad ** %  *' of waach Mr Shaw is the boaorary Stager, at their life presadeat Day given by their so ai a la a ? ffbWsl ijmikr Murarbi Wosaeof Maaan Bears rj] Cbaaaka with a Udkr nrtii '^ arday eveniri :--^sa' Mrs. William D Mrs. Esther Zise^iem. hotae. wM5 Grats in charge Kadimmh i.roup Slat4>tt Program T**'^'**' Chapter of the FVaeer re ** tl y retired Wosaea will bold a Caaaaka party Sth. X p at at the Coral Gables the Greater of me m ber s will are! LoM seat the aroei a sa. Leo J Goldman is caaoraaab af the Entertainment Committee assisted by Albert Shholer. Dr Maebael Fiedler. Ber %  ard Kaaatr. Fred Sandier. Dr. Al ezaader Kimler. Irriag Bayer. Dr Moms riesman. Max Sorkloff Albert Bersoa. John Baaaack.' Abe fuse David Meozer Coral made their here for the past seres-years. eJesrclaad. Onab. Mr who is Tl yearr >d ag from the retail hardware hnrtarm He is a past Board la tm her aad Gabai oi Beth %¡ Concrecatioa aad • o f w.„ :* art Mr : :u We Mrs Joseph Brer--; Ttei 'til be beM in :r* soealj Be.'ana. c"iaeLi seth In ail Congregataa, gaest speaker Sesf aad the Kaerie*i Bugeser. Harry Stone, trsrm Lab-' _AJa atteadsag was Mr aad Mrs bae Morne CouMoa. Marray WilSmeer lea. Robert Miller aad Fred Black <**** er aratiag eample Mrs Leo J. Goldman is chairman • VaaderbtM Lnncrsity : a.— Miami Hebrew School Installation Miami lleb rt w School aad CoaE-esataon wul hold aa mrtaJlatmn at aewry elected officers aad — ard saemaers ai f^g. W — emh er IStfe. I p •tabbi Simon April will be mstalfaag officer, with Edward L errsag as master of eereCaator Berele I reader the am Mr? Mea Soceloff is in charge of H: resaments Choral Group Rehearses The Caoral Free! wren's Choir wi :.-sml •sacal Out-of-town guests at the dinner u Saager home included two ten. Mrs. Morris Hasen u Alfred Meyer, of Oeresaad i Goldberg's sister. Mrs. Sally of New York City: aad then casl drea. Mr aad Mrs. M. Jacobs., ^^^ Xaabrtae. Tian.au ^^^ ^ Junior Young Israeli Mrt E leetsNewOffrcen Jaaior Youn; brad Oith* week elected N. -fbrorti oi the cemwbo is a freshman officers indaar III I ll, Re!a laa. ne asat er : Jalab tret. tary: Barbara Lena. nag secretary: anc >bsrmi field. Israelite Center Meeting A regnJar meeting of the Iv raeJute Ceater mil be held oa Taeslst. at • pat., with arranged by Irting m the MBBth aaairersary oi MaUrsky will for the and Labor Zaoaists will bald a rehearsal oa Tuesday evening. leeeanber 1st. • pax, at the home ct Mrs. Dorothy Cole. 2131 SW 21st T*. i ace Bath aViplta. rtiianhwM of Mr. and M rx trring B. rrtpL^. g| 3630 Flaminap Drrre. srbo sriD be Baa Matron oa Saratday morning NIII— li 28th at 10:45. at Temple Bath Sholom. Rabbi Loon Crocmh orVimfng Both, a rtaJtal at Beth Sholom's flpBijiiiim School is in the 8th grade at Namhms Junior High Sch oo l with eaarses m Hebrew. Bibse. eaa-' The elames win be rectaaa of Babm Morton Israelite Ceater spirstaaJ the mmmmmM



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Home Residents To MarkChanuka iMtl >f the Jr aaeraoon. X ov raa b er SMh. at i SP Vr* Rtk Rxvaratore *\teas*> waihar t\\r the v:re*rcr !*iw.. >h OMMMMUO Center. h*> ann a o d tha: re*dents K*r planned a synababc caaaleUchtint rsvaj ander Ik* wadtr Ai r V S aM Man Grass. r*rtfftpMHt$ la the arvaraar *• S %  : V Mesaaaar* Yet v vr.nj .'.*vi!vr* .Vanie tea* KMMnT kjyf4an Mutate rvr SJLT-JA Horv-i. S*: bwa *rs: essje M*M *r\auc v v V >,-<\'imi,< • Ajwamf the rjiaat> n-tii V Can Sanaa Kriratr whe .. per-. : -*.-. ; hag t 1indi anranaaps, aad Man aad f*rb the Viu S.-*sr &f • a-... yv-v j f. timers aad I Vxvtlwt <** — tit fa f kfnt ami fju K<-.T l v.-t u I—. %  J JW \nkan ..: :V "liau a **e MSv Mulhe TiTm in i v. v -~^>aea. a :>* % % %  MH •Ma) :.v WCCMCS nx .= ".sraal Cotcaaal Jacob Arzd Mar ry Brack ccanjsakahMas DOB B. c: ce •_ %  • Ckeoanr Maaaai li—*i Fnberc-&3 oc aw IVr= Hoaai a Thi AT-T J XUrj. icn a ti* 9£ax£e Eat zad a 5KSC arbare • a pirrsac raavs raia Home DtcsratMM C* aft it ftr ft—fc i At Beach CejHar Throughout the week of ChnI nuka. December 2nd through 9ik. the Pirent Teacher Association of the hbaaai Beach Jeauh Ceater | aaa candnc t a Chaaaka haaae dee^ I oaajfaa coated amaag C "hers aad parents of it* School studeau. lanaaiaua Mrs Benjamin Greene pniiataL All hoaaes entered hi the aaataat will be rmted by a rn aiai rtm of i refrohaaeats eo^Mof Mrs. Greea, hk> ^ ^m^L Mr Saul Raham. edaxala au ux *—. oftheCe^erlel* Ihu-^^21; The auHr. to ha shaa of ISC ;% %  V^' 1 win be oae of the fabjects aad dfn a utia k id at the ChaanuLi Preaaraooa be bead at the 1*The tilth m the Coldea \J%? *• the Greater aity Center %  d o. i m ^ i Mia* Minnie Kaknaaj-. • the Sa| Caa^ taraof %  aa. aat era*(,_ j^ %  %  jaan.il daaetaki, ?t-al |he lfOi fuor .Mr*. IJ*# r vr =_.. A — tNT c vca T --.:£ t27 LeOX AVC. MIAMI BCACM Ijr-baam. i-*.-r >^ T** *" MM *> ?•*•. K :kc ^ITITD MENDELSOHM-S jj[Q ahjrh rtctaci ? aaaa k. Mama xt S^az-if* pjaat taeiahtr CATBKKS Itafc^i ApHl T< %  trs. IJR ha kea at am a b> ai aachaal aaa? tar KM ^* Skajhi vn-i -a a***H :W W-B ^* ^, MM1 Macaaar Jeaaat SKaa '^"^ • rtTr-*^. MM kM 2aa\ •T .hf •f—ir na >oia* RM vac-i. n taj Mmm ?e BrMari mr %  KMM) T*u-t?" *• "' -^-aaac amc Ji a mM Thr aaa af MK ve rtit saa1trva amt t+ air :f ta. nursaew I1C. 'rj TV %  > ft: .aau imes? **t Kim < M iMa I *• i .'*r TT *-h-r n i.iiia r .— l^r kj "> r K.sntf >a>ftirn ; • .T-> a ~ .% i n — 4>m SL A ala Atv: I AxafelBio ^ Topic For .Varoia Foraam S ria .>jKi in wataa Nr M-aczr-M nt Sanaa :V a ot; i a. M aw Ul ll \J< "^w "^^-tai in*raa w i i ir->* ."^tj~-*• .i >w Mnmr CM* *ae. • I • I I CHAN'S F-ESTACKAXT STTLM • ftl Da !-M *arfc %  • •• k> Mr • a> a ^ ftfUw ^ a NOW OPEN ITALIAN GARDENS • I t at muan fmttdmmfwt HOTEL -. • "-£ I • S • ( t ItSIllliiT •tttca'tSSIl^ NOW OPEN BARCELONA GARDENS



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PAGE 12 B lewUtnorkiton SE^OVDJB^ THREE-YEAR RESETTLING PLAN FOR REFUGEES FAILS TO ACHIEVE By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Telegraphic Agency UNITED NATIONS — Even though the Three Year $250,000,600 Plan for resettling the Palestine refugees was not expected to make all of them self supporting, it can hardly be said to have achieved what it was meant to do —namely, to decrease greatly the number of Arabs on relief rolls, directly dependent for their livelihood on charity. This is not a hasty judgment for the project, which was launched by the Western Powers, is now entering its third and last year. So far. the number of refugees who have been found jobs under the plan hardly equals the natural increase among the Arabs. This was borne out By the fact that Leslie J. Carver, the acting head of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine, is asking for more money to provide 83,000 additional rations. As an international civil servant. Mr. Carver could not make the assessment that is made here, although he went as far as he could when he said: "As regards the main object of the plan, that of creating self-support opportunities for the refugees and thereby reducing the cost of relief, the results are disappointing." The acting head of UNBWA blamed this partly on the time taken in finding suitable projects such as reservoirs, dams, buildinys. canals, and so on. to provide work for the refugees. However, he could not csc;ipe the main reason for this failure, and that was the attitude of the refugees. He described how he had visited many of the camps and been impressed by the way in which the Arabs ther made the .same statements to him "Everywhere." Mr. Carver said, 'the request habeen the tame: tell the Uhjted Nations that we will not ac\ cept anything !>ut the return to our homes which the General Assembly approved in 1948 Obviously, the United Natisns Agency cannot resettle unwilling refugees; it cannot use force; it [ cannot compel the refugees to accept something which they are determined to refuse, as Mr. Carver pointed out. But who is putting the Arab refugees up to this 1 The head of the UNRWA could not say directly that it was the Arab governments, although reading between the lines of his report, it is clear that he considered them to blame. At one point, he does sag that the poor results of the reset tiement pian are "due to the attitude of the refugees themselves which the Arab governments cannot avoid taking into considera-i tion." Mr. Carver asserted that the agency itself could not do much to change the attitude of the refugees or of the citizens of the host countries. He added "it will require the combined efforts of the governments identifying themselves with the agency to make any tangible headway." However, he did say that "the willingness of the host governments to cooperate is shown by the signing of four programs" during the past year. That in itself is revealing — four programs in -a year. By being cooperative in this paltry manner, the Arab governments appear to be conciliatory and derive what benefits the plan does provide in the shape of public works, while at the same time preventing the refugees from becoming resettled in large numbers. Thus, they have their cake and eat it too. It is the old story which Israel has been trying to impress on the world: that there will be no solution to the refugees and their problems until the Arab States have given up hope of regaining the whole of Palestine and are no longer ready to use these wretched people as political weapons. UM Business Students Get Guild Scholarships The Men's Fashion Guild of Miami Beach's 19 5 3 scholarship awards to business administration students at the University of Miami were made Tuesday night at the Guild's annual dinner. Receiving tuition benefits from the fund ;his year were business administration majors Slade Godley. Jr.. 5700 Granada Boulevard. < 'oral Gables: Howard S. Woodrow. RD 2. Clark's Summit. Pennsyl vania: Martin Rosen. 1633 Adams Street, Hollywood, Florida; Robert Dee Tattee, 41 NW 102nd Street. Miami; and Denzil Young Causey. Jr., 1259 Dickinson Drive. Coral Gables. Chairmen For Beaux Arts Ball Announced Lou Stein, chairman of the 52 Association Beaux Arts Ball slated for the Roney Plaza Gardens on December 5th at 8:30 p.m., this week announced co-chairmen of the affair. Named are Louis Bushing, refreshments; Helen Steinberg, hospitality; Betty Levine, tickets; and Lillian D. Hazzard. hostesses. North Shore Bazaar North Shore Jewish Center will hold a bazaar card party at the Center on Sunday. December 6th. 8 p.m Admission is an article of new saleable merchandise for the bazaar. Mrs. Dave Brown is in charge of the evening. Capacity 300-pound beef chopper blencta Israel Kosher quality meats with seasonings and spices. Next step is the stutter, where the specially prepared beef will be filled into casings. This important process is responsible for Israel Kosher's unmatched taste and quality in delicatessen products. Bialik Branch Plans Chanuka Celebration Bialik Branch No. 290. Labor Zionist Order, will hold a Chanuka celebration on Sunday evening, November 29th, 8 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Synagogue Lathes will .be served and an entertainment program featured. Participating will be Cantor Aaron Weingarten, Miss Anyuta Melicov, Mrs. Clara Langsner and Max Astor. Miami, Beach Divisions Of Council To Meet December 2 Mrs. Aaron Farr, who has just returned from Europe and Israel, will speak on Council in Israel at the December 2nd meeting of Miami Beach Division National Council of Jewish Women, at the Lord Tarleton Hotel at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. David Catsman, program chairman, announces that Council's overseas program will be subject of the meeting. In addition to Mrs. Farr, Mrs. Barney Hodes will speak on another phase of Council activity abroad. At the Miami Division December 2nd meeting. Mrs. David Kirsch, program chairman, and Mrs. Lawrence Adler, .overseas chairman. illhave.lu.s anwsu cussion, meeting K( ^'"l Mrs. Newton Uvi nso „ SS Council's oversea, „ % means of slides SpijH facets of Council a2 g ^*A*'W-" DR. H. A. BRAUTMANl 0M T | | I7 Announce! the OMU. •' l Office 'or Iht Practice of Opfe of 12* N.I. 2n. 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nior Hadassah Launches Notional ucation Campaign On Near East we will be helping to see that our l.ivhington, D.C. — Junior HaLh, the Young Women's ZionOrgamzation of America, has nched a nation-wide educational Academy Room Mothers Plan Chanuka Seminar A Chanuka Seminar sponsored by the Hebrew Academy Room fnZZZ STJW! pr f stl e I Mothers will be held at the home to persuade the Arab states to ne0 £ Mrs. Alexander gotiate the transformation of armisKogan, 3722 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach, op coining Monday, November 30tfc,.l IM. A special u program J dedicated to the Festival of Chanuka will be presented by parents attending the advanced adult Hebrew class which meets weekly at the Academy. An original playlet written by sah maintains .„ Israel, and trips Rabbi Alexander S Gross and en peace treaties." The convention heard reports from members who spent the summer studying and working in Israel. They described progress being made at Meier Shfeyah, famed children's village which Junior Hadasthroughout the country. Plans were made to send other members on similar trips to Israel next summer. iaign„tv WflP#nt Jewish youth, itice agreements into permanent i ihe facts about the current fa in the Middle East. J"he program was decided upon [the organization's 30th annual kvintion, which was attended by 500 young women from ioughout the country. The fourconvention opened in Washingon November 25th. Jhe educational campaign was fcn as a key factor in preparing luncan Jewish youth for meettheir responsibilities toward Iping to see that pace prevails in Middle East and that friend\p netween the American people the people of Israel is guaran |d Jlanche Aronowitz, of Paterson, |w Jersey, national membership chairman, told the convention: fEventa of recent days have once lin demonstrated that* Millions Americans — Christians and s, Zionists and non-Zionists— ready to defend American-Isiriendship from the attacks of D-r who would undermine it. The extraordinary reaction (ws the nation to the threatened Ihiirawal of aid to Israel has en most gratifying, but we cannow relax our vigilance." Mi"s Aronowitz recommended It meetings be held throughout country by Junior Hadassah \i\and that speakers present facts on the present situation |t'. Middle East. he urged that membership in Inur Hadassah be increased, asting: l"B\ increasing our membership. Miss Sperling Is Hostess Miami Beach Masada will hold an Oneg Sabbat Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Beverly Sperling, 321 Michigan avenue. Miss Aya Bricklin, of the Hebrew Academy faculty, will be guest speaker. JCRS Rummage Sale • Mrs. Beulah Poncher and Mr-.* Dorothy Moses are holding a rummage sale at 700 NW 3rd Avenue, according to an announcement this week. Prpceds will be for the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Socity. rnai B'rith Women Date Member Tea IB'r.ai B'rith Women of Miami 111 hold a paid-up membership at the Colony Restaurant on fiesday. December 1st, 1 p.m. Membership chairman Mrs. Al is.tr is in charge of the prolam. (MrIda Optner, District vice resident, will give a short talk fol|' by a musical program. Mrs. Mike Forer is master of kremonies. She will introduce |r Daniel Lapin. singer. The eggy C'romer School of Dance will resent a group of dancers. r00 \>i# Citizens Will Take Oath Miami Beach civic leader E. Albert Pallot will address the opening session on November 30th, of swearing-in ceremonies for 500 naturalized citizens. This will be the largest group ever processed at one time in South Florida. Pallot is the recently-appointed director of the citizenship training program launched as a year-round project by the Harvey W. Seeds Post of the American Legion. The naturalization hearings will be held in Federal Court at 9 a.m., with Federal Judge John W. Holland officiating. They will continue on December 1st, 2nd and 3rd, with 125 new citizens sworn-in each day. AlSo scheduled to address the foreign-born on these days are Gilbert J. Balkin, of B'nai B'rith, Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham, National Conference of Christians and Jews, and Father F. J. Finnegan, rector of Corpus Christi. Unique in the group is a new citizen from Thailand, and another from Trans-Jordan. Largest segment of 267 is British, with 188 from the British West Indies. In all, 44 nationalities will be represented. Pallot is extending first-time invitations to civic organizations to participate. The delegates will form the nucleus of a new citizenship community committee for the area. titled, Menorah Of The. Ages, will be dramatized at the affair. Participating in the skit are the Mesdames, S. Irwin Becker, Irwin Makovsky, Abraham Margel, Alex Miller, Albert Naness, Robert Reich, Sidney Rubinowitz, David Seid, Isidore Spolter, Abraham Steinberg, Ida Wessel and Joseph Zemel. The progam is under the direction of Mrs. Shushannah Spector, instructor of the group. The Seminar will include instruction in the various laws and customs of the holiday, the preparation of traditional Chanuka foods and singing of popular Chanuka melodies. According to Mrs. Kogan, chairman, a contest will be sponsored by the Room Mothers, honoring three homes most appropriately decorated, depicting and expressive of the Chanuka spirit. Judges will be Irving Firtel, president of the Daddies' Club, Rabbi Gross, principal, and Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, president of Hebrew Academy Women. >H */<( %  Joint Chanuka Dance The Beth David Synagogue will hold a Chanuka dance on Saturday evening, December 5th, 9 p.m., in its newly completed and air conditioned auditorium. Entertainment and music will be provided by Jack Donnet. The dance is under the joint sponsorship of the PTA, Sisterhood and Men's Club. North bade Meeting Tuesday Sisterhood of the North Dade Jewish Center will hold a Board meeting on Tuesday morning, December 1st, 9:30 a.m., at the Center, 13830 West Dixie Highway. >^H 0 ROWITZMARGARET EN PARKWAY Retail KOSHER Wholesale 125S S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-096E GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVI. Ml. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now: you will ave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" Diatributexi by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 1* NX 24th SL. Miami 37. 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)AY. NOVEMBER 27. 1953 VJwIttlflnrffiten LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW vr|CE IS HBRKBY GIVEN that L„,|, .signed, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of l(l|( MISS OF MIAMI, at 324(1 — 711 a Avenue, Miami. Florida, to register wild name with ,K of the Circuit Court of Dude Florida. CAVTIME OF MIAMI, InO. ,i Flotilla Corporation [Mill s. MANDI.ER tot' corporation ll/4-fl NKDRiK, INC loTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME 1AW (TICK IH HEREBY GIVEN that %  signed, desiring to engage in tinder the fictitious name of FAGE INN, at 42MK B.W. nth Miami, intetnlH to register Raid with tlo. Clerk of the Circuit nl bade County, Florida. LILLIAN KKI.I.KY Sole Owner 'EL HAND fur (iwner %  ilvmiila Bldg. feo-Si — 12/4 )TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ri'-i: IS HEREBY QIVEN that liili i smiied, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of KANE RRINTINO COMPANY |ln, nrporated). at KIT K.W. 18th t, Miami, Intends to register ,IIII. with the Clerk of the Ciri,m t of Hade County, Florida. ARTHUR J. STERN Bole Owner |EL RAND foi owner Llv inpia Bldg. %  -27 — 12/4 rida. n/20 -27 — 1 2/4^11 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 29626-B RE: ESTATE tiF PHILIP BCHMBRTZLHR, NOTICE OF INTENTION'TOMAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE IK hereliy given that I have ;t ",';\ f '.""' "'I"'it and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of I'HI 1,11> SCUM EKTZI.ER ad; and that on the 3rd dav of December, IBM, I will apply to the Honorable FRANK II. DOWLING County Judge of Hade County, Florida for approval of sai.l final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of PHILIP SCHs.YIERTZI.HR. devised This 3rd day of November, 1953. 1.11,1. IAN sriiVER-rjKi.Ei:, Administratrix 1 TI.'RK NEWMAN by 8CLLY 1. HERMAN. Of Counsel" Attorney for Administratrix 11/6-13-20-27 >TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that derslgned, desiring to engage In sunder the fictitious name of |DV\Y KOSHER MEAT MARIENNVVAV GROCERY AND lY, I'KNNWAY FRUIT AND fTAIII.E MARKET, I'KNNWAY Ei:v .11 1417 Pennsylvania Ave., Keai h, Intend to register aaid Mitli the Clerk of the Circuit nf Hade Countv, Florida. RANHMAN and GOTTESMAN l\ ciini'ERSMITH for Applicants >. ARIAIL Richards Street, N.W. tlaiit.i. Georgia JAMES l>. ARIAIL, are hereRfl.'l that a Hill of Complaint Ivor... has been filed against id you are hereby required to npy of your answer or pleadlyaiil "ill of Complaint on the If* attorney, ROBERT L BERG, of 740 Revbnld Huildmii J2, Florida, and file the answer or pleading In the "f the Clerk of the Circuit |i> and for Dade County, Flor1 before the ISth day of 1933, If you fall to do so, 1 b> default will be taken 1 for the relief demanded "f Complaint. ED at .Miami. Hade County, this 10th day of November, I" 11. LEATHERMAN, I'lerk of the Circuit Court l = i WM. W STOCKING Deputy Clerk 1-74 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, des'rlng to engage In business under the fictitious name ,,i A-l DRIVBAWAY BBWVICE" a7 708 onimonvvealu, Bld ,_ Mlam| |„ t '£ to register said name with the Clerk Flo id. "' ""' k ''" u "v, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16386,1 GORDON ROBERT LAJI'AV, Plaintiff VB. HELEN AGNES LA PAY. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mrs. Gordon' Rdtiert LaFay' 718 East 12th Street New York, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, KESSI.KR \GARS, 1782 W. Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of December, IS:>3. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the I Ell I of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks l-i THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd day of November, A. D. 1153. E. B. LEATHERMAN, I'lerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By WM. W. STOCKING, (Circuit Court Seal) i Deputy Clerk 11 '6-13-211-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT TOURT OF TH ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD 63531 COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1 YMSgrr'ttANUO. I Plaintiff, IAIL. Plaintiff, Tr> rI ,,„,.. ,,,„, riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW r IIS HEREBY GIVEN that 'signed, desiring to engage In ""der the fictitious name of LEACH FOREIGN CAR : "IS w. 41st St.. Miami intends to register said name • %  • k of the Circuit Court of it>, Florida. "ItoNKT MOTORS, Inc., a Horlda Corporation II'"RE R. NELSON *TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .„.,. NAME LAW J 1 .' IS HEREBY GIVEN that pel-signed, desiring to engage In IW U I"R^ 5 fictitious name of •-I.ANI) OF MIAMI, at 100 n street, Miami, Intend to ft %  "'! name with the Clerk of %  "ojit Court of Dade County, tgg. REINHAR • SKKMOCH REINHafcRD AIMED REINHARD HENRY REINHARD •NORMAN REINHARD Partner* M BERK I'a l tners Road 12 I I.W it. el TO: CLAIRE LANGO, Residence unknown. You, CLAIRE LANGO. are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Hivorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN, 813 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the otfi.c of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of Hecember, 1933. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will hetaleen against vou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of November, A.D. l :•.'.::. E. B. I.F.ATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Iiade County. Florida. By WM W. STOCKING (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ll/fi-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE L N T T .M E ..i :,RCUIT COURT OF THE AND V FnI M niVS ,C,AL CIRCUIT ^N irii? F S R DADE COUNTY, FLORR A ... ,N CHANCERY. No. lY£s I'.l-I.SWoltTH BANPORD AU.EN vs I'lalntlff %I "-\.^^I.I :N '' l'-'""'I.IMt. TO: M?£A E ALLK P V UBUCAT,0N 0 Paul l.auirell ; IHajiHton AMmi,-, Apt. #4 I. HI' ill, I'-iiiiHylvanla ion are hereby notified that a Comi' 1 "" 1 < %  •< Divorce has been filed against you and you are required to %  COD) of VOUr answer t„ the same on Ptaintlfrs attornei: HENRY M. CAIN 3jl8 Weal iagi,-, Street Miami, Flo |,in and file the original thereof with the cierK of the above named court r before the 38th .lay of December, I9S3 oUierwlae a Decree Pro Confeaao will lie entered against vou. ]( i'ii'd this lath day of November, E. B. LBATHERUAN, ci.-rk of the Circuit Court BY: WM W. STOCKING, HENRY M CAtSr* ,le,k Attorney for IMainnir 5ll West Flagler Street Miami. Florida-. 'Mr* ~ '-4rtJ'-' N „i|„, ..,. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 164312 HAROLD SHAPIRO, Plaintiff, vs. ESTKI.I.E SHAPIRO. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: l-.STELLE SHAPIRO c/ci lsidor Vernick 717 S. Westlake bee Augelcs, California. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. EDWARD S ItESNICK, T:.:. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Mb day of December, l'C,:i. if you fall to do so, Judgment by default will lie taken against you for the i.llef demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published one* each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this Rub day of November, A.H.19.',3. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. DfMe County, Florida. By M. c. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleik EDWARD s RKSNIi'K, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 23.". Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Flu. 11/27 — 13/4-11-1* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY, No. 164353 MAYBELLE L GRAHAM, Plaintiff, JlfclHul MtottMnHiRftlallloVi 1 jjefendant SUIT ^P9 T D f VORC^ |i ;M &UI I r*Jn f fly TO: THOMAS PATRICK 14X151 111th Avehife NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE CfNTV IN CHANCERY. No. 163401 ARTIUR W. MITCHELL, JR. Plaintiff, vs. IU'TH E. MITCHELL, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Rl.TH E. MITCHELL 15 Myrtle Street Saratoga Springs, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. GEORGE I.. KNIGHT, Esq., 1006 Security Building. Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clrk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of December, 1M3. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against vou for rhe relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall hepublished once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of November, A.D. 153. %  %  • nKATHKRMANi Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By WM W. STOCKINf (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy 20-27 ft Osone Park, I..I.. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. KBB8LER & GARS, 17S2 W. Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of tlie Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of IH-cember. 1953. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded in the %  Bill of Complaint. ni This notice shall he published once each week f i" %  % %  oonsecutiWe weeks In THE JEVtlb.i 1MliUHi-VK. DoNE AND ORDERED nr Miami. Florida, this 23rd day: of NJfreinber. A. D. 1903. E. B. LBAT Clerk, Circuit Dade County. Florida. Bv I. SNEKDKN. (Circuit Court Seal! Deputy Clerk 11/27 — 12/4-11-1* i THER'M AN, lit craVt. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DADE DRIVEAWAV SERVICE, at 708 Dade Commonwealth Bldg.. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NEDRIK, INC. 11/20-37 — 12/4-11 Clerk L TTENTION ATTORNEYS! \ORPORATiON OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at B.'43i6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CORAL GABLES FOREIGN CAR SALES, at' Coral Gables. Fla.. intends to register said name with the cleik of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CORONET MOTORS. Inc. THEODORE R. NELSON Attorney'for Applicant 1J/20-J7 — 12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROSS GARDEN ACTS, at 193 North Shore Drive, Miami Reach, Horlda, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHICAGO ACTS INC. (Seal) LARRY H ROSS. President .1 ICK in I8R. Becretai | STANLEY JOEL I.KVINE, ESQ. Attorney for Applicants 11 '6-1I-JO-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encase In business under the fictitious name of ATOMIC TELEVISION AND RADIO, at 71 E. tnd St., 11 la lea h..-Eta Intend to register said name with the CtfrM Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HOWARD B. ROZRAN HERBERT WHITMAN I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Applicants ltta Cunsreaa Uldg. LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,l NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV'KN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE BRIDE'S SHOP at ITI'I BIs< am Boulevard, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the ( iii uit Court of Dad. County, r lorlda. Urib, W II REIMANN, Bole Owner GOLDMAN ft GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Reglatranl 39 Bea. om Boulevard, .Miami. Fla ti n p.' i-ii-is NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of l HE SERVICE I'I.IXC. B l N Beacom Boulevard, Miami, Florida, Intends to register sai.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, I lorlda JULIA GOLDMAN. Sol,, own. 11/27 — 12/4-11-lv NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRKBV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t., engage in U1 -.under the fictitious name of STATE CSED I I'RNITCRE COMPANY, at 11.'." West Flagler Street, intend to reglaten gaM name with Ike Clerk of theSirVuWToiiit of Dade County, Florida. -a KARL NfVHTERN %  SAM R BOSBNHON HERMAN WE I-MAN, Attorney n/27 — 12'4-ll-lN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undecnlaned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VIX8I Sl'PER STATION, at 1231m Biacayne Blvd., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv Florida. VICTORIA CNGER 11/27 — 12/4-11-IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th,. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LITTLE JOE'S, at 1006 N.W 22nd Ave., Miami, intends to register said name with l he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Did.Countv. Florida PURCELL LIVINGSTON KESSI.ER ,<• GARS Attorneys foi Applicant iT-.:' W. Flagler St. 11/27 — 12 1-11-is NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164091D FRANCES HINTZE, Plaintiff HILTON A. HINTZE, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To. Milton A llintze 1st Air Force Reserve I "nit Mitchell Field. L.I.. N.Y. Y'ou. Milton A. llintze, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. ami you are required i< serve a copy of your Answer or 1'ieaaing to the Kit. 42ii Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, I i.i i.la. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Cierh of the Circuit Court on or la-fore the 21st day of December, I0S8, if you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 12th dav of November. A.D. 1933. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By It. II. RICK. JR.. (Circuit Court Ceal) Deputy Clerk KOVNER *MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. II 10-17 — 12/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164116 RAYMOND WRIGHT. Plaintiff vs. WILLIS M QUTNN, deceased, ET AL. Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: All the heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, or creditors or other persons claiming by. through or under WILLIS M Ql'INN, deceased, all of whoni are not known to be dead or alive: and any and all other persons having or claiming any right, title, or Interest In and to the lands described as: I„its 13 and 14, of Block 1, TAMIAMI TRAIL PARK, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 13, Page 73. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida: the residence of all said persons being unknown. Y'ou. and each of you. are hereby notified that a bill to quiet title has been filed against you and you are required to serve a cony of v air awer or pleading to M. S. MARI.IN, .".44 Sevhold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the above court on or before the "21st day of December. 19.33. or default will be entered against you. Dated ibis 12th day of November. A.D., 1H33, at Miami. Florida. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court (Seal) By M. C. Green. Deputv Clerk 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 NO T ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RAY'S COFFEE SHOP, nl 7M5 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, int. nils to register said n mi.with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RAY.IACKS. INC a Florida cosporatlon By: RAY SHIELDS President Att: JACOB WASHERMAN Secretary STANLEY JOEL LEVINE. ESQ. Attorney for Rayjacks, Inc., d/b/a Ray's Coffee Shop LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .~_i. NAME LAW NoriCI^Ls IIKREHY GIVEN that tlie titfdei-KfgTied, desiring to engag 1 ?", %  %  *?^S""''. 1 .'"* 'R'tlHoalname. [ vASS' '," U l:AN ;l -. •" ^: N.W 27th \v.. .Miami. |„,,.,Kl. reglStei said name with the Clerk I the < ncuit Curt of Dad.counts ilorlda. KKSSLKR ., OARS J BHMU Attorneys for Applicant 1782 W. Flagler St. II 2Q-27 — 12.4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fictitious mine | NELSON'S, at I'..,:,.", 8.W. Bth si. M aim, intend to register said name vs tinCleric of the Circuit Court ,,( |, Countv. Florida. ALBERT GOLDNBR SADELLE GOLDNER VICTOR LEVINE Attorney for Applicants 34i> Key-bold Bldg 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fictitious name Sl'NDRIMATS, at 47 W. Flagler H Miami, intend to register said nan with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv'. Florida. RAY BERRIN WALTER KATE 11/20-27 — It/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1642;/ ANNETTE BLAU, Plaintiff, ARMIN' BLAU, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: ARMIN BI.A I o First Hungarian Literary Society :.':: East T:ith Street New Yoi k, N'.w York. YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against vou In the above entitled cause and vou a h.ieliv required to serve a copy i.'iir Answer to the Bill of ComOUll on the plaintiff's attorneys, and fl the original In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 21st of December, A.D. l58, otke Wise a Decree Pro Confess., will DS. ntered against you. This notice shall i.e published once each week for four consecutive nree in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dai,-.l, November 17. 1953 E. B LEATHERMAN. Bv WM. W. STOCKING. i •:. rk of the i 'Ircull Co Deputy Clerk .lel'ome I ; I ', eelle l*..r BOTTS & GREENE Atiornev s for Plaintiff !41 Shoreland Bldg.. Miami :'.•.'. Florl I 11 M-27 — 1-' 1-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.. IN PROBATE. No. 31366-A In lie: ESTATE OF SADIE SCHI.CSSLER. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Hav ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate. Yon. and ea.h of you, are herel.c notified and required to present say claims ami demands which you, or either of vou. mav have against tbe estste of SADIE SCHLl'SSI.ER. deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the lion W K BI.ANTO.N. Coum Judge of Dade Countv. and file the same in his office in the Conn'. Courthouse in Dade County. Florid., within eight calendar months fro I the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address .if the cUiimat•: and to be sworn to and presented ... aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date November 17th. AD. llos. JOSEPH INK SCHI.CSSLER. As Administratrix of the Estate of SADIE SCHLUSSLER. I leceased. KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Administratrix 11 !0-*7 ii-ii IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA RE: ESTATE OF U.BERT I.. KAHN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that we have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as j %  '-<'• tors of the estate of ALBERT I. KAIIN. deceased: and that on the "8th dav of December. ISM, we w, aiinlv to the Honorable Countv Judge Of Dade Countv. Florida, for appro,, of -aid final report and for rin.al discharge "* co-executors of the Estai Of ALBERT I. KAHN. deceased This 16th day of November, 1...... IDA I. KAHN ARTHl'R M. KAHN MYERS. HF.1MAN & KAPLAN Attornevs for Co-executors H/20-C7 — 12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name o TROPIC PUBLICATIONS. •tP-OJB. 4743, Miami Beach 41, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the < lerl of the Circuit Court of Dade (ountv. """ da DAVID S. GOLDFINE 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewist' fkridKan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates ... a Phone 2-4366 for messenger service



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fAGE SB +Jtmis6t9yi£J&r 1 FRIDAY. NO Florida ADL Leaders Initiate Program on Bi Si in tar Safe. cxrWiw* coalral iff \ i. and mB>munHx action programming iv\* Srxxadenins the hon tons of democrat"? m Flonda .' <• k Kaixner API chairman.' Palm Beach U:tf Bnai Bmh. reThe luncheon session of the Conner a> dedicated to the 40th aanrx-ersar? of the AaU-i V.MShar. V V":'\.V!.si.Mf nx-nt Ihrv-taMnut rfcxrMh to 5 HfH al B'nai BYrtn rxs-xivwrnta M edweatiorva: an1 social Mti • Iran thivuch.Mii Florida at prvtgramminc tor the iwMa >M iended the BaBBaJ F\xnda State I S i mmisrat tor. nolirx Both *> .v held at the San named chairman ot the State Swh ONMnta tnv weekv ::.v ,w lwmitrlt.yi ft* w an an a". 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,cA WMTWQVHfc,^ 200 Launch OriYe For Academy Ike Accepts ADL Award WASHINGTON UTAi — P ie ai The Dettj Ph. P-^.nccM piiiiasis w*h the Aw m t Draanrratir Lecar? Award b? the rm rnU af Mi data the -fthiMtf of The pualataaa wa* ben* at a luipr %  the Mayflower j*r* Matter-. cirt> .ta !y\* ,l,i, • i all*,, „ TW deb rmJy ^^ fM as eat •< the Yi for H He wtk. -ehttbett Hu IMA* If ret a r d e d by all who krre this **** sport Mxcm liwiiiptriol Show Set For March 5th { TV fifth %  —ml Greater Mianu < 14th. will aad will hare 230 { available booth* II'I wrtsai to H I ((linillll Trocodero Kosher RestauraiT 2*. STREET 1 Meek oft Cellars At i* rrf Sbasfcfik. %  > eK a %  Car* Greater Mlhaa-taade protects. H i taaa nad. and ccawhteafT draws ] iarj* crowd* af area reudewu aad j visitor*, amadia* te Jaha S Gasi • North Shore Election The North t'.r (or the Ml Mn raaaoe Larher. preodent of the Draw Chapter, wdl he astrodsccd hr Ted Mark tear Bwar. oa ftataoa WTVJ I*nasir 5th. at 4 pat will bald | • eiertw of o ffic er an TaeadaDcecaaber 1 at. at the North Shore { Jewish Cewier A Chawaka party' (i Price $1 34 anil fallow • HOUOAY SKOAL! V YOU HAVI A PtOttlM COMSttT A P— cvr rot real mtaaswxm r i oes 4 > 111 H I Oat. af a.— as ral n r hj 1219 Pfuilifhii Arc, Mrani Bod "MENSCHEN UND LEBEN" A. At RUBIN (Hr. R. of "Der To§") A ti T ea erdtrt (4 • %  Israelite Center Bazaar To Open December 12th Third 1 taaaaar of the braebte Center will take &x* r. the Center oa Dcecaaber 12th 15th with the bazaar opat t M. win be aarrcd Sanday. and Backs wiO be ten ed ai the MI iiaii. Mrs Bea Katz. There will be a large variety of a 1 tide*. *-. ehataaae x e eJ ry aad doth IrxLJc Monger. Yiddish pre wnhw and poet will be guest of M "IT during a meeting of the Yiddish Foram on De5th. 830 pau at boo. Many of Mr. Manger s poems bora been set to music. Laarary critic Dr. Alexander Mukdoni will rraaid* Mr. Manger's Woof YOU Cose To Oor CHANNUKAH DINNER SUNDAY, DEOMBER 6th 6:30 P.M. UOI • C0w*M I Hollywood Beach Hotel tussoK Of CNAaotasji users feehi ohaias i CHARLIE FARftHl to Sing Parodies CAOTOBlAi SOOCS CMfa TUTU EMAMMl • -• RIWM. II S.E. Ttti St.. Ft. Uv^flai T* n-i %  aajah rt. !_• J-O-BI. M-* M O S*hifr.



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1953 Van Straaten Day Proclaimed Here Members of the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist district this week speeded up their drive for the December 13th dinner at the new Sterling Hotel with news of the proclamation of Alex Van Straaten Day by Judge Harold B Spaet. Spaet, vice mayor of Miami Beach, set aside December 13th in honor of the former president of the Zionist district. "Alex Van Straaten's continuing efforts for the district during the years when Zionism no longer was viewed as fashionable kept Miami Beach well up in the ZOA," Judge Spaet stated. Reservations for the $25-aplate function at the Sterling indicated that the goal of 400 persons will be reached, according to Leo Robinson, dinner chairman. Fred Jonas, district president, and SeyImour B. Leibman, chairman of the [Board, have been named vice [chairmen of the dinner. Itabbi Irving Lehrman spoke at [the Zionist Luncheon Club's session [Wednesday which opened the Iweekly series at the Shelborne HoItel. He pointed up the significance [of the dinner, first major fundraising effort by local Zionists in more tha^n two years. Proceeds of he dinner will go to the American Jionist Fund. The kosher catered dinner will be under the personal supervision of David Rosner, owner-manager of Ihe Sterling. The hotel opens at B7fi7 Collins Avenue on December Btli. and the dinner will be the lirst major function there. kvisMcrk* !" PAGE 9 A Judge Harold B. Spaet. vice mayor of Miami Boach (center) proclauns December 13,h as Alex Van SSLSE?* Mfc£ a $a rC ^ !5?2! ^ 0n ***** chai !"!" < Decen^ber n.K ? ( K mal *"%" P Van Straa,en ^heduled on December 13th at the new Sterling Hotel. Jonas is president oAesponsgrmg Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District and L o TL?£TT 7 *" d T er L iebman c hairman ol *• **d oi the district, a lso a dinner vice chairman. Shapiro Says Jewish War Veterans Will Concentrate On National Policies irandeis In Midst If Academic Year WALTHAM — The largest stulent body ever to enroll at Bran leis University registered recent%  for the opening of the young hool's sixth academic year. Some !5 j oung pien and .women, 305 of lem freshmen, arrived from Jl parts of the country and from foreign nations This yeartatottlVundergradules will be joined by 42 men and imen who will be the first stuknts in the new Graduate School I Arts and Sciences of which Dr. ax Lerner is chairman. Courses ading to advanced degrees will offered in Chemistry, Musical omposition, Near Eastern and Ju>ic Studies and Psychology. This is the sixth year of susined increase in the registration t Brandeis. Beginning with a stuent body of 103 and a faculty of |3. the University has steadily own but has maintained its favorable faculty-student ratio of one P ten. The expanding physical falilities at Brandeis have kept pace pith the growing student body and [acuity. ((instruction activity at Brandeis Biis summer saw the creation of a vostory annex to the library. jeheduled for completion by early October. Provided for the Univer'!> by the Brandeis National Wom'i s Committee which supports the library, the annex will provide -additional stack and reading area. %  eating capacity will now be enlarged to more than 300 and stack •Pace to 110.000 volumes. students in the new Brandeis raduate School of Arts and Sciinces wilr colpe to the University Ironi seven states and from Egypt, 'widen and Czechoslovakia. Thiriin of them are women, and one a Korean veteran. The undergraduate enrollment of i>5 represents a 15 percent inTOase over last year's figure. Stuwnts will sign up this week for '!8 courses, the largest number *t offered, and will study with 1 faculty of 110 educators. More than looo applications were re*J V I for the 300 places in the "p-shman class. Among the new members of the brandeis faculty are Dr. Kurt Goldlein. psychologist; Dr. Hans Gerth. ho will serve as Professor of Sojal Relations; and Arthur Berger, "<* York Herald Tribune Music "•ic, who will serve as Associate foicssor of Music. With the election of National Commander Harry T. Madison, of Detroit, Michigan, the Jewish War Veterans of the United States this year will concentrate its efforts on major issues of foreign and domestic policy, Harold Shapiro, Commander of Miami Beach Post 330, Jewish War Veterans, announced here this week. In the field of legislation. Commander Shapiro said, the veterans will seek congressional action to revise the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act and will appeal for a permanent Federal statute to end discrimination in e m p loyment. Resolutions adopted by the organization at its recent national convention also call for action to bring about the enactment of a wide range of civil rights legislation. A priority tyem on, the JWVs legislative program. Commander Shap'irp addCj'4, j 5 fch$ lodging of a formal protest against passage by the 1 HrJtise trf Representatives of introduced at the last session of Congress by Senator William Langer (R-ND). would restore the United States citizenship of Alfred Theodor Ex, former GermanAmerican Bund official who renounced his American citizenship in 1937 to become a citizen of Hitler Germany. An Immigration SubCommittee of the House Judiciary Committee refused to consider the Bill prior to Congressional adjournment until the JWV had been given an opportunity to voice its opposition. The chairman of the Immigration Sub-Committee, Representative Louis E. Graham (R-Pa), had notified Senator Langer that hearings on the measure would be deferred until Congress reconvenes. A sharp expansion in the JWVs Veterans Service Program, which last year met the welfare and rehabilitation needs of more than 110,000 veterans and veterans' dependents, was also signalled by Commander Shapiro, who said that a continuing flow of World War II veterans into the offices of the JWVs service officers is being swelled still further by veterans of the Korean fighting. The JWV, he said, "will oppose with all the resources at its disposal any attempt to curtail or eliminate badly needed hospital facilities for warwounded veterans." Turning to the foreign scene. Commander Shapiro announced that the JWV will urge expansion of the recent mutual defense talks between the United States,, New Zealand and Atistralia to include ".ill nations with Pacific interests Senate Bill No. 508. This measure? -who have demonstrated their readiness to resist Communist aggression." He said that the JWV would urge inclusion of the Republic of Korea "in any arrangement for the military defense of the Pacific area against communism." At home. Commander Shapiro observed, the Jewish War Veterans "continues to regard both domestic Communists and the bigots and hate-peddlers who are their brothers under thr-skm as the prime threats to America's unity and security." The JWV, he said, will vigorously support all efforts to expose and defeat Communist attempts to infiltrate diverse areas of American life. in Beaming Mrs. Rachel Mines, of Chicago, will visit her niece and grandniece as a result of winning a free round trip to Israel, from Service for Israel, Inc. Mrs. Mines' name is selected by El Al Israel Airlines hostess Sheila Mugaloff in Service for Israel's main office at 2 Park Avenue in New York. Looking on are Abraham Krumbein (left), vice president and treasurer of the organization, and Aaron Krumbein (right), general manager. GLASS FOB EVERY PURPOSE STORE PROMT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS rnrnltnra Tops. Beveled Hlizwra and RMilverlng Our Specialty LL. A G. Glass and Mirror Works 198 S.W. 8th St PHONE 34834 MORRIS ORLIN IRVING GORDON Beach Center Chanuka Institute Slates Session For Parents On Tuesday The annual Chanuka Preparation Institute sponsored by the ParentTeacher Association of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will be held on Tuesday, December 1st, at 10:30 a.m., according to Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president. The workshop, planned for the parents of the Center Religious School students, will include a complete orientation on the forthcoming festival of Chanuka. Mrs. Irving Cypen, Institute chairman, announced that a varied informative program has been planned highlighted by a talk by Rabbi Irving Lehrman on Chanuka observances, after which he will conduct a question and answer period. Cantor Philip Brummer will teach the special Chanuka songs and blessings. Purpose of the Chanuka Institute will be discussed by Saul Rabin, eduational director of the Center. Methods of teaching the story of Chanuka to children in various age levels will be presented by Mrs. Norman Glover, Center Nursery teacher, and Mrs. Gershon Miller, dramatics instructor and Sunday School staff member. Demonstrations and displays will include arts and crafts, home decorations, holiday foods, gift wraps and a Sisterhood Gift Shop display. A special holiday luncheon will be served at noon in the Center dining room. The Chanuka Preparation Institute Committee includes the MM. Irving Cypen Mesdames Harry Brick, Irving Firtel, Henry Hillman, Harold Hirschfield, Sherman Kaplan, Erwin Karson, Samuel Lurie. Herman Mechlowitz, Morris Medof, Jeanne Scher and Samuel Wiesen. Chanuka. the Feast of Light, will be ushered in on Tuesday evening, December 1st, with tl.e kindling of the first candle and the exchange of gifts and will continue through Wednesday, Deember 9th. 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1IDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953 INF Slates Tag )ay December 26 .hwish National Fund Tag Day nil be observed in the Greater kliami area on Saturday night and Sunday. December 26th and 27th, irrording to the president of the %  M Council of South Florida, Rabpj Moses Mescheloff. Currently, tne Jewish National hind is completing the 15,000-acre bainage project in the Huleh nvamp region of Northern Israel, estined to become a rich agriculiiral settlement for tens of thousof refugee families, Rabbi lie -i heloff said. In a special appeal to the public n connection with the Zion Tag lay to be observed at the begin Brig of December in northern %  ties, and at the close of the >nth in this area. Dr. Harris J. evine, president of the JNF said, I 1 ,. accepting these tags you are ^monstrating your support of the lg Jewish state at this crucial nc in its history, as well as your Infidence in its ability to make a bme for the hundreds of thous|if America's greatest grey"nd champions. Real Huntsman, lied by Randle Brothers, of Icnita. Kansas, has sent eight of 1 offspring to the winner's circle %  ar this season, and it appears ely that the Great Huntsman's TP will be perpetuated in the ort of Queens for years to come. WORK A BLOCK FOR THE COMMUNITY CHEST, say Chest officials as they step from the 112-year-old coach borrowed from the James E. Pepper Archives to recruit volunteers for the house-to-house campaign on January 10th. Left to riqht. Roy Kitts. executive director of the Chest, holds the door for Mrs. F. F. Ravhn. Metropolitan Division chairman. Campaiqn chairman John B. Turner assists as the Pepper Coachmen look on Miami Beach co-chairmen. Eugene Schwarz and Mrs. ni !" 1 ? awson mc 3 ed residents here to join the Red Feather Block Club. in fynamic Psychology |roup Has Talks meeting of the Dynamic Psyogical Society of Greater Miwill be held on Friday, 8 p.m., the home of Mrs. Ben Hirsch, 10 SW 21st Street, Miami. public speaking class will'be led frank Meyer. Tina Miller. inche Burke, Herbert H. Hutner. Sl( lney Ettinger will discuss Finality. Dynamic psychology 11 be discussed by Dr. Sidney ss Linda Ettinger will be feae d m a talk on child guidance. icheon Slated The weekly luncheon meeting of i m iL Beach Lodge B nai Brith> 'be held on Tuesday. Decem1st, 12:15 p.m., at the National fm Rabbiy Mayer Abramowill be guest speaker. His SI*' 11 be: A R bbi Looka U*s wa. Luncheon chairman n w s. Miller. Greater Miami Vaad Urges Shops Fulfill Obligations The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, in a statement by Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. executive director, this week said that the aims of the Vaad are to serve the public, as well as the dealer, in kosher products in the following ways: "1. To insure the consumer from getting a non-kosher product. "2. To insure the dealer in kosher products from unfair competition due to misrepresentation in kashruth. "The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth is not, however, a pricecontrolling' organization an.o. therefore, cannot withdraw its endorsement-from a koaher. establish* men* which set St its. owit pciota'aa long Mtniii %  'That establishment abides by the laws of the Shulchan Oruch in regard to kashruth. "That it is 'trustworthy' in matters of kashruth, that it follows the rules and regulations of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and that it fulfills its obligations to the Greater Miami Vaad. Hakashruth. "Th'e following rules of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are of the utmost importance for kashruth, the community and for the protection of the parties involved," the Rabbi stated further. "The mashgeeach must have full freedom and perfect autonomy in the establishment to fulfill his duties in matters of kashruth without interference of the owner or employees of the establishment. "That, the ring or wing-clip with the inscription, GMVH, in English or Hebrew, must be attached to poultry locally slaughtered as a sign to, identify the kashruth of the poultry in the establishments endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. "That failure to abide by any of the rules or regulations of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth is a breach of trust. "We, therefore, notify the butchers belonging to the Miami Butchers!-Guild that if they will not fulfill their obligations to the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth within the next two weeks, they will not have the ring or wing-clip of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth on their poultry. It will be compelled to withdraw its supervision and endorsement from their establishJWV Post To Be Feted At Service The Jewish War Veterans of the United States, North Shore Post No. 677, will be honored at services on Friday night at the North Shore Temple. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Center spiritual leader and Post Chaplain, will conduct services. The Post will sponsor its first annual Chanuka party on Wednesday, December 2nd, 6:30 p.m., at the Center. Regular meeting of the Post will be held after the party at 8 p.m. A TV set will be furnished by Frank Reiner to view the fights. Gigi Is Sparkling At Casablanca Anita Loos' adaptation of Colette's amusing work, Gigi, is now on the boards at the Casablanca Theater. Director-producer Sam Hirsch has brought to the adaptation just enough spark to make it excellent theater. Mr. Hirsch's second production this season opened last week and has since been packing in Greater Miami audiences. His direction leaves little to be desired. In addition, Gigi has polished performances of a credible cast. Designer Al Brenner has skilfully exploited the Morocco Room's unique stage setting. Yvonne Clifford as Gigi, the coquette who marries for love rather than convenience, is the same role that brought fame to Audrey Hepburn on the Broadway stage. Male lead -JKarl Redcoff, back from New Y6rk and Boston, portrays a Gasttiri %  with excellent precision. He is a performer of unusual polish and authority. Chief surprise of the opening evening was Corinne Breton, whose characterization of Madam Alvarez had been whipped up in three days. Others who turn in notable performances are Scampy Jalass, Florrie Loeb, Barbara Sohmers and Eric Applewhite. All in all, Mr. Hirsch's production of Gigi at the Casablanca Theater is well worth seeing. Frishmcm Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Fannie Frishman, formerly of 4305 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, November 29th. 11 a.m., at Mt. Ne'bo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mrs. Frishman is survived by three sons, Arthur, Seymour and Leonard; a daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Gold, and one brother. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Ginsberg Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Eva Ginsberg, formerly of 849 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, November 29th, 2 p.m., at Mt. Zion Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Ginsberg is survived by her husband, Morris, and a brother, Hyman Kagan, of Coral Gables. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Private Home Offers NICELY FURNISHED ROOM with twin beds, private entrance, with strictly kaiher meals. Reasonable. Ph. 86-9810. 7811 Carlyle Ave. Youth Council Tag Day For Levi Hospital Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Council will hold a Tag Day ion thel Leo N. Levi Hospital >m Hotsprings, Arkansas, Friday. Funds will-be solicited in downtown Miami and Miami Beach by the council. The hospital is devoted to free treatment for sufferers from arthritis, rheumatism and allied diseases. Patients are accepted without regard to race, creed or color, a council spokesman said here. AJC Marks Chanuka On Tuesday, December 1st, at 11:30 a.m., the Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will join in an annual Chanuka brunch at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker. Mrs. Shapiro will give the invocation. Mrs. Morris Kogan, overall president, will give a report on the national AJC convention. There will also be traditional Chanuka candlelighting ceremonies. t III It I hssssssasfcsai saafcasss ments and announce its withdrawal publicly. Rabbi Rackovsky listed the following establishments which do fulfill their obligations to the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth: Israel National Kosher; 230 SW 5th Street. Miami; Adler's H Kosher Meat & Poultry, 1832 SW 8th Street, Miami; Mogen Dovid Kosher Meat Products, 1987 SW 8th Street, Miami: Royal Kosher Meat Market, 5987 SW 8th Street, Miami; Parkway Kosher Meat & Poultry, 1255 Coral Way, Miami; Coral Way Kosher Meat & Poultry, 1741 SW 22nd Street, Miami; Rubindale Kosher Meat & Poultry, 2117 Coral Way, Miami. Herman's Kosher Meat Market, 207 Almeria Avenue, Coral Gables; Sunshine Meat & Poultry, 436 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach; Kaplan's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 621 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach; Royal Kosher Meats & Poultry, 523 41st Street, Miami Beach; Royal Kosher Meats & Poultry. 9454 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach; Northshore Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 7446 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach; Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th Street, Miami Beach; Hoffman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 415 Espanola Way. Miami Beach. Obituaries JOHN H. FISCHER .-.2. of aano HaiidtiMc' AV.. • Siurfelae, who came here nine yeaxi ati" ftum Chicago, died XnVeinhei % %  lMh.' lit* Was a salesman. Survivors Include hi* wife, Mildred, and a brother, Louis, both of .Miami Beach, ituriai will be in chicane, with local arrangements in charge of Beach .Memorial Home. Boston's Hying Fingers of Radio Iff MAUSER at the piano AVAILABLE WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS SHOWS and COCKTAIL LOUNGES For information please call 5-3277 JACOB GLASS 58, a winter vfntof from Boston. M'ii Sunday. lie was a retired jeweler. Services and burial will be ;* t Boston, with Hearh Memorial Phapol In charts of local arrangements. NATHAN HALPERT 7S. of ]:,::, Lenox Ave., Miami Bea h dird Monday. He came hsre 11 ^eari aao from Philadelphia nnd wai tired diamond broker Surviving are his .wife. Dora; two daughters, Mrs I'Yeda Qoodelman and Mrs Kuth Raniiin. and ;i brother, Bam. all of Miami Beach; three prrandcnUnren anil one great-grandchild. Burial will be in Philadelphia, with local arrangements bv Riverside Memorial Chapel! -Miami Beach. HARRY PORTMAN 74, nf j:,|n BW llth St., passed awav .Monday. Services were held Tuesday in Miami Riverside Chapel. Burial was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. He came here io years ago, and was retired. Surviving ace his Wife, Anna; two daughters. Mrs. W&yt Tupler, of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Rose (Jreenberj;. of Mla/ni. Skinner Ornamental Iron Works Now Located in Our New Home 1131 N.W. 21ft AVENUE PH. 45-3583 MRS. SARAH KAUFMAN 67. of s:(l St-cond St.. .Miami Bearh, clh'd Tuesday in a hospital. A Miami Beach innHnnt since 1933, Mrs. Kaufman came here from Providence, It. I., where he had helped found what Is now one of the city's largest orphnnaces. She continued active in social work here and was a charter member of Anna Miller t'ircle of Miami Beach. Hadassah. the National Council of Jewish Women, the American Jewish Conjcreaa and ConKreation Beth .laroh and Its sisterhood. Mrs. Kaufman Is survived by her husband, Harry I.., and a son, Marvin, tioth of Miami llencli. Services will be at noon today in Riverside Memorial I'hapel. Miami Beach, with burial in Ml. Sinai Cemetery. MRS. E. 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KM ACKERMAN MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attornevs for Applicants SM BeyboM Bldit., Miami, Fla. 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN tli, undersigned, desirimr to eiurag,In business under the fictitious name of HECTOR'S BAR & (iRII.I-, at 7-1 N.K. 1st Ave Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadc County. I' WINIFRED POEHI.MAN RAIJ'H ST. JOHN KKSSI.ER & GARS Attorneys for Applicants 1782 W. KlaKl.r St. 11/27 — 12/4-11-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1643*0 JUKI. ISAACS, Plaintiff, vs. JESSIE ISAACS. Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: JESSIE ISAM S I 11 \ West End Avenue Brooklyn, New York YOUARE HEREBY NOTTFTKP that a Suit for Divorce has been fi % %  I against you In the above titled Oav and yon arc required to servo a copy of vour pleadings to the Complaint on HENRY M. CAIN. Attorney f•-• Plaintiff. HIS West Flagler W Miami. Florida, and file the original of same with the Clerk of the ah Court on or before December 2. 1 otherwise the Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th day of -^--""-^..'^VHKRMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court By: U SNKl.nKN, Deputy Clerk HFNRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff •r.lfl W. Flagler St.. Miami, Floral* 11/27 — 12/t-ll-U