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bJEIliDiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY -Number 49 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS >£ t May \e New \l Head ZM (J T AV—President v\ will call upon Moshe j Foreign Minister, to government .for Israel, jrmal receipt of the B( David Ben-Gurion smiership. Itt was unanimously ^r the post last week r.d committee of the biggest party in ParInminant group in the put coalition. pittee voted that Mr. pi <1 retain the foreign idition to the prernleri< the Ministry of Deby Mr. Ben-Gurion,' Pinchas Lavjpn, who without portfolio, Mr. post would go to Zaljrion. who is retiring tnt in the Negev, will fat in Parliament. His expected to take efla.s inter-party negotiapiposition of the new completed. Party's desire for a iment coalition was 1st week by its invita|apam Party, "left-wing to discuss conditions it would enter the coAvoda, parliamentary split from the Ma.ago, has indicated its i join the government %  to the Mapai bid Ma|pk announced the conr which it would enrnment. It demanded rnment in which it sensibility should be ablependent, truly neuicipate in any military treaty of one world another and be "truly cause of world peace, the country's defense Criticism of UN Mounts; Partial Rating is Rapped This unique silver Chanuka menorah, tree-shaped and sevenbranched in the tradition of the lamp in the Tent of Meeting and in the Temple, is the latest acquisition of the Jewish Museum on the Cincinnati campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Fashioned with exquisite workmanship, the lamp dates from middle 18th century Poland and was displayed in Lemoerg at ihe beginning of the 19th century. A Bear climbing the lamp's tree trunk to extract honey from a beehive may refer to a patron named Bear, a common East European Jewish name in those days, according to Dr. Franz Landsberger, Jewish Museum curator. By JTA UNITED NATIONS — Criticism of the United Nations Security Council continued to mount this week for its action in pushing through a resolution censuring Israel over the Kibya incident without first awaiting the outcome of the Jordan-Israel direct talks invoked by Israel under the armistice and without coupling its action with an insistence on measures to reach a peace settlement. The resolution wis steamrollered through the Council before most of its members had opportunity to make themselves fully acquainted with the nature and signifiance of Israel's dramatic move in making mandatory a face-to-face Jordan-Israel meeting under Article 12 of the armistice agreement. Although Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban flew to Washington for a last-minute conference with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles during which he explained the Is raeli move, the Big Three's only Germans Want to Forget Past; Feel No Guilty Dr. Salit Says y NEW YORK—"Germany has no right to full equality with the other civilized nations of the world until the leaders of the West German Republic convince the German masses to overcome their intense will to forget the Hitlerian outrages for which they are responsible," Dr. Norman Salit, president of the Synagogue Council of America, declared here. "The German people apparently show no contrition over what tragedy they wrought during the past decade," Dr. Salit said, adding that "by and large they do not want to be reminded of Nazi atrocities, which they seek to minimize. They appear to be untroubled by the frightful horrors of the concentration camps, seeming to feel that only Jews were involved, and to them Jews are not important.'' Speaking at a press conference held in the Synagogue Council offices one day after his arrival here following a month-long study of Western Germany, Dr. Salit asserted: "After conferences with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and President Theodor Heuss and other "West German leaders, I am conDnovitz became Mind mayor in a noon at the Dade CounHouse last week, fear-old political vetshed first in the city lion race held on No24th. "As God gives 3wer to see and do thing, I shall do it," pz declared In accept3St. Stated that the leaders of Germany today recognize that Germany bears great guilt in the matter of the Hitler crimes. They ardently wish for German moral regeneration in this respect and they acknowledge the morally untenable position in which Germany has been placed by the Hitlerian outrages. The people, however, as distinguished from the leaders, show an intense will to forget. The future of Germany, therefore, depends on whether the responsible attitude of the leaders will prevail over the will to forget of the masses, or vice versa." Dr. Salit, who left for Germany on October 12th with a delegation of eight American religious leaders and who was the first national Jewish leader to visit that country on an official government invitation since the rise of Hitler twenty years ago, declared he was "disappointed with the piecemeal way in which West Germany was reeducating its people." The Synagogue Council president said that during his interview with Chancellor Adenauer, he pointed Demand is Under Study: Jordan Issues Vague Reply to Eban 9 s Demand for Settlement UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — The Jordan Government is studying the Israeli call on the United Nations to convoke a direct Israel-Jordan meeting to discuss revisions and changes in the armistice agreement, the details of which were cabled to Amman last week, the United Nations was told in a cable from the Jordan Government. The Jordan reply to Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold said that a full reply would be made at a later date, but did not initiate when it would be sent. Observers here were speculating what the Jordan Government was "studying'' about the proposal. They pointed out that the armistice pact provision invoked by Israel made participation by both parties mandatory and failure to come to the conference table meant a breach of the treaty. This left the only subjects for "study" the time Continued on Pao* 13 A out that on September 27. 1951. Dr. j Adenauer in an address to the Bundestag said that he intended to create a department or organize a national campaign for educating his people against anti-Semitism. "Dr. Adenauer told me," Dr. Salit said, "that he was not going ahead with this campaign and he; gave as his reason the fact that America and Britain had tried such programs, the failure of which convinced him of their futility." Dr. Salit also disclosed that he had asked Dr. Adenauer whether. the recent appointment of two for j mer Nazi SS Captains, Theodor I Oberlander and Waldcmar Kraft, to cabinet position would not call into question the Chancellor's sincerity regarding his anti-Nazi views. "The only reasonably satisfactory answer to this question," Dr. Salit added, "was given me by President Heuss, who argued that these former Nazis would be kept too busy in their department work to have time to organize any antiSemitic activity, and further, it is safer having them under Dr. Adenauer's eye than outside organizing on their own." "On the whole," the Synagogue Council president added, "the Jews in Germany believe in Adenauer's integrity as an anti-Nazi, and it is my impression that he is tempering his personal views regarding Nazism in order to gain necessary political advantage." Dr. Salit declared that the future of Jews in Germany is dim, pointing out that the average age level of the 70 West German Jewish communities is 50 years, and that there are very few young people. "Dusseldorf, for example, has 400 Jewish families and only 12 children. This is true of all the communities except Munich, which has 2,500 Jews (mainly from Eastern Europe) and among them there are only 1,000 children." concession was to add to their resolution draft a paragraph formally taking note of the Israeli action and instructing Major General Vagn Bennike, UN truce supervision chief, to note in his report to the Council, any agreements reached at the projected meeting. In a supplementary statement to the Council, however, after it had voted the resolution, Mr. Eban characterized this addition to the text as "apositive step" since it embodied in the Council's records and decisions, note of Israel's peace moves and indicated its hopes for a constructive outcome of the Jordan-Israel talks. Ktnnedy Calls for Peace First criticism in official Washington of the Security Council action came from Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts, who expressed concern over the Amerian support of the resolution. In a letter to Seretary of State Dulles, Sen%  ator Kennedy urged this gover.i1 ment to seek a United Nations resolution calling for permanent pea-!e negotiations and settlements in the Near East. The Senator said he was "very much concerned with this nations position in the United Nations with respect to the censuring of Israel regarding the Kibya inciden.'." Stating that such incidents as Kibya were deplorable on either si J e and that the United Nations must prevent such violations of the truce. Senator Kennedy asked: "But, more important, does not this incident present the United Nations and the United States with an opportunity to urge more vigorously a more effective and permanent peace in the Near East." The resolution did not escape criticism within the United Nations itself. The Greek delegate, explaining his vote for the resolution, said he had been able to give it only "limited enthusiasm." The New York Times editorially called upon the Seurity Council to ensure action on Israel's call for a direct meeting with Jordan. "the United Nations must do what it can to force the two peoples together and to place the blare where it belongs if its summons t negotiations is disregarded," the Times said. Zionist groups, here and abroar!. strongly criticized the Security ment and because, while deporir.-' Ceuncil action mainly because it failed to call for a peace settlsContinued on P*9 10 A Dr. Mormon Salit Germans Ml reoentent



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PAGE 2 A +Jewist> Herfdlar FRIDAY. DECFMBt^ Victory Dinner to Climax Home's Drive For $200,000 at Shelborne Hotel Sunday I be principal speaker 53rd Street according to present r Rabbi Irv reader ulasti (enter, will be principal speaker at the Victory Dinner climaxing the Jewish Home for' the Aged fund drive, it has been announced by Abe Kurman, Home president. The celebration is set for 7 p.m., Sunday. December 6th, at the Shelborne Hotel, at which time campaign leaders will make public total pledges realized by the Jewish Home for the Aged in its four-week drive to construct a $200,000 addition to house bed-ridden and sick residents at the Home. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, a cochairman of the drive, has accepted the position of master of ceremonies for the evening and will introduce Rabbi Lehrman. David Phillips and Colonel Jacob Arvey, sharing responsibilities during the concentrated drive, will submit progress reports. Approximately one-third of the $200,000 building fund goal has now been attained, according to Baron de Hirsch Meyer. A committee of members from the Women's Auxiliary has been named by Mrs. Sol Silverman. president, to handle all arrangements. Co-chairmen of the hostess group will be Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Mrs. David Phillips. Chairman of the Board. M. J. Kopelowitz. expressed high confidence in the outcome of the campaign and commended the Jewish community for its wholehearted support of the fund drive. The plans. First floor will be named I the Ablin Memorial Unit, in honor' of the late Jack Ablin, an officer of the Home. Mrs. Liebman to Speak The Herzl Group of Hadassah will have its next discussion group meeting with Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman, principal of Beach Central Elementary School, as guest speaker. Her subject will be: The Encroachment Upon Freedom In The Schools The meeting will be held on Friday. 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Carf Susskind. 4501 Nautilus Drive. 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The following pupils will participate in individual or tjr'Mip recitation of poetry: Blame Brtuzer, Ar lene Burly, Stfty Chessner, Chaim Davis, Ida Epstein, Eddie and Michael Graf. Irving Greenberg, Marsha Halbstein, Heidi Hirjftberg. Riva Kaplan. Nerma Kleln.-Chave and Marshall Kramer. Mennhe Werner. Neharmf Waxbcrjf. Toby Frost. Arnold and Ethel Weln and Yehudis Zebits. Guest of honor will be Zalman Yefroikin. national education director of the Workmen's Circle, who is vacationing at Miami Beach, and William-Stern, national director of the English Speaking Division. Yiddish poet Itzik Manger will also appear. The banquet will be prepared by the Women's Club of Branch 692. School Board will act as hosts and hostesses. Louis Lasavin is principal of the school which is affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish Education. Our Officers, Directors and Entire Membership mourn tha untimely death of owtW&bi May his beloved wife and family find comfort in his supreme accomplishments and glorious dots for our Academy and every nobla cause The Hebrew Academy COMPUTE PEST CONTROL Rid your promisee of troublesome Holt—Mice— Roaches ~A nli. fleas, and Moths. CALL .World's lotroseet Pert Control Ce, Call 2-1776 Member of B'nal frith • NOW ANEW STAR IN ENTERTAINMENT LARRY BLUE HIS SINGING AND HIS ACCORDION +r TOPS IN ENTERTAINMENT TOPS IN MUSK -it LARRY BLUE, renowned Boston Singer. Accordionist, Entertainer and Matter of Ceremonies, announces his new Flondian residence in this area. MR. BLUE is now available for Weddings. Bar Mitxvohs, Club and Lodge Meetings, and wherever GOOD Entertainment is required. NO SOCIAL ACTIVITY IS COMPUTE WITHOUT LAKKY BLUl For Information Call 67-6109 V SILVER METEOR jm SILVER STAR WsH/coeVortoMe travel on Seaboard's snoderai k ia Fafletaa or resarved-eeor coocls OCCQM. I Data leisurely, relax in generous' l oct t We t ssegeaad Lew E. Braverman has been appointed a member of the Miami Beach Planning Board. His term will run lor one year. Braverman is president of Dynamic Appliance Corporation, a member of Hibiscus Lodge. F and AM, an Executive Board member of the Miami Beach Democratic Club, member of the North Shore Jewish Center and an ex ofhcio Board member of the Grand Street Boys. Do You Have a Problem? Need advice about building a house, becoming a citizen. Homestead Exemption, eajtv trouble of any nature? If so. we will aid you without any initial obliaation. THE SERVICE CUNK Ph. 83 1628-9 39 BEACOM BLVD.. MIAMI. FLA. 350 Lincoln Road Meixanine — Phone 5 5419 Entrance on Washington Are. OCULISTS Prescriptions Filled Lenses and Frames Duplicated Large Selection in Latest Styles CHARLIE FARRELL ... to sing Parodies.. 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PAGE 4 A km4$li ncrkMan_ FRIDAY fJewisti flctiJian *ublih tvtry Fndiy sine* 1t27 by tha J—l t r < tha Jwih Unity M-1 th, Jcxah Weki/ Mambar a tft* Jewish TalaG'*phic Aajawcy. Savan Arta Feature Synd.catr. Woria ae Newt Serv.ce. National Editorial Aateciatiaa, American Aaaociatian tt En|lWi.jc*>ih NdillbMaaSlt'Wl—* #*-ew Aaaaciatian. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Sire* Telephone 2-H41 — 2-8212 • The Jewish rm-WUa ruth of the n* iUBSXWIPT Of VXr Y 6am not ta u a ilH tbr K*h| ON %  A T K • • Jf we Vr. LEO MINDLIN Newt Editor Friday. December 4. 19S3 Volume 27 Number 49 Killer 27. 5714 During The Week .*• I Se, BT LEO BtlVDUX iZl .A BCF0t tv lliw A Plan for Old Age Cast me not off in the time of old age; when my strength faileth. forsake me not" Thus wrote the second of Israel's kings in the immortal Psalms of David during the days of Jewish antiquity. The concern men entertain for the problems of the aged has not diminished since that time. The atmosphere of everything we consider modern" and "scientific" still leaves.a significant portion of our population each year with the question of what to do with those who are no longer socially and economicalH'prifluct;ve. Like many other communities throughout the country. Greater Miami woke up a few yeau ego to the fact that this area has changed — that vigorous and young persons have been moving here and that its aged population was rapidly being displaced. Almost overnight, the community grew to realize that thousands of its old folk stand in need of help to fulfill their r.eed of shelter and to allay their feelings of loneliness and frustration. The rapid displacement of the aged maae" this realization even more acute. More, .and more an island unto themselves, they who had come to benefit from the mild Miami cliraate icund themselves increasingly isolated and with fewer and fewer living facilities to which they could adapt The Jewish Home for the Aged has been a partial answer to the problem of what to do with the community's old folks. It has aimed ct engendering in them a sense of personal d.gnity. cultivating conditions of fair health, offering the security of a home and presenting the opportunity to educate the body and the mind in the steadfast belief that age must not mean cessation of fruitful activity. But in the recognition that the Jewish Home for the Aged has thusfar been no more than c partial answer, home leadership here cast about to find a more complete solution. They found that its facilities at Douglas Gardens are limited in size and scope. Out of their study has come a new Master Plan for Miami's future Jewish Home for the Aged. A campaign is currently under way for a £200.000 building fund geared toward establishing the Jack Ablin Memorial Unit as the home's most immediate objective. On Sunday evening. Greater Miamians will gather at the Shelbome Hotel to hear the results of the initial phase of this campaign. But the aged at Douglas Gardens will be listening with their hearts. For out of the community s generosity will come the assurance of happiness during their twilight years. (hamka this V We are in the midst of the Festival of Chanuka. mat eight-day period when the menorah and its candles remind us of the ancient victory of the Maccabees over their would-be oppressors Each of the candles, we are told, symbolizes one day during which a vial of oil found in the restored Temple burned beyond expectation, and the tight, together, constitute the mir•acle of Chargika. For us. aefor the Jews of %  antiquity, the-Festival of the Lights has added significance. Miracles are the spice of religious observance, but such observances that are recorded in history — like Chanuka — eme r ge from the shadows of mysticism and present their object lessons to us in bold relief. The tyranny of an imposed Hellenistic godhead, against which the Maccabees rebelled, is the tyranny imposed upon all men wbjs have felt the whip of the dictator. % As such, the menorah and its candles must be a universal symbol of oppression that was destroyed by hu manity 's constant need for spiritual freedom. afMPMMMew. who has never experienced a moment free horn bigotry and hatred directed against him. they must have .special significance. ]Bbssmenorah and its -flickering candles thifl BE Remind him of Jewry's deliverance trtfl Jtiaw They relate to him the nobility of aii^pfcrtflrrg people that brings forth life out of the remnants of its own near destruction. They reiterate the vitality of his tradition and call upon him to participate in the progress of his culture. And they remind hjn .(hat others of the ilk of Antiochfls are still at Hand. Let us. therefore, sing praise to the flictttttag candles as we rededicate ourselves to the principle of spiritual freedom and the need to maintain a constant vigil for the fruit of its future. The Fiery Mr. Sharon Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett is his party's candidate for the vacated post of Prime Minister. Mr. Ben-Gurion, for the good of the State, has postponed his resignation until sometime next week. President Ben-Zvi has already called upon Mr. Sharett for discussions on the matter of forming a new coalition, and observers in Israel seem to feel that the Mapai candidate is as good as chosen. t We remember the fiery little Foreign Minister during his two visits to the Greater Miami area last year, and if the remarks he made here are any indication of his political character, then Mr. Sharett's success is assured. The business of maintaining the unity of the multi-opinioned Israel Cabinet will need no less than the verve which he seems capable of mustering. It seems to us that Mr. Sharett is already testing his fledgling wings. Early this week, he warned the West that Israel will not permit itself to be intimidated by American financial aid. "We need and are interested in American as s is tance, but an Israel will not yield its political freedom and independence of though for US aid, so we shall also not seek foreign aid at the price of prospects for our development and stabilization in the most vital fields," he said. I %  This, it seems to us, is well spoken. All too many of the Western powers, in their desire to court Arab favor, have begun to look upon the Jewish State's financial duress as'a means of explointing its integrity. They'll Take fare of it A dispatch from Jerusalem this week set our heads spinning. We are well aware of the fact that there is little reason or overt intelligence in diplomatic maneuvering these days, but this item of international intrigue, so far as we are concerned, take priority over all others. The dispatch indicated that the archives of the International Tracing Service will be turned over to German authorities for operation by the Allies who now administer them. The archives contain evidence of the Nazi murder of millions of Jews and are pivotally important in connection with reparations payments. It would be an easy matter for some "patriotic" German who silently basks in the onetime glory of the Hitler Reich to destroy these valuable records. The only hopeful note in this otherwise strange turn of events is some assurance from an Israel mission now in Germany that the ITS may be transferred to a sevennation commission instead. We don't know which report to believe. But one thing is certain. If the Germans get their hands on the records, current Nazi denials of Jewish claims regarding the mass slaughter of millions of their kinsmen will gain increasing amounts of credence in the eyes of tile world. Miami'*. New Mayor Miami's citizenry acquitted itself well in electing Abe Aronovitz to the No. 1 spot during last week's city commission race. • Now. Mr. Aronovitz will serve a mayor for the next two years We are certain he will bring to his office the same sense of justice that marked the preceding two decades of his political career here. There is little need to extol the new mayor's virtues once, again. Miami's voters must be well aware of them as the results of the polling showed. But the measure of the man is indicated by the remark he made when he accepted the gavel from outgoing Mayor Chelsie Senerchia. "As God gives me the power to see and do the right thing, I shall do it," Aronovitz declared. It seems to us that Miami's destiny during the next two years is in capable hands. Council on .{overseer IMh in as effort to for^t,' was an impassioned one. He had jost cor* frm, rt' to Washington and a short audience with Secretary of SiT. ii*" T| Dulles. Apparently. Mr. Dulles was as deaf to Ambassador FW^ ments with regard to the Kibya affair as the Security CoDr* 1quently proved. It is no secret that pro-Arab -twrimcuiiT?. 1 and especially in the United States, finds itself on the rise si UNs flagrant di sm is sal of the Israel diplomat's plea shows %  acter of the new-found Arab fortune. *' In bis November 12th talk, Mr. Eban pointed out that whn< in the Near East was at a lower pitch than todav his eom weighed the advisability of inviting the wdrld organuatiostei the security situation as it pertains to the Jewish State He ji* J the Israel delegation was consistenly dissuaded from such a CM 1 action on the ground that open debate might increase thtT^ without leading to a constructive conclusion. "It is an attrih2 political nature that chronic tensions arouse active lnterestaalM the initiative for settlement only when they are revealed is nmi ticularly acute phase." the Ambassador emphasized. It seesshJ that the master diplomat here made a remarkable distinction the need to discuss regional peace when things are relatively opposed to such discussion in moments of turbulence. This is something that the UN forgot in its failure to cens Arab nations on an equal basis, at least, with its condemnation t for the Kibya incident, thus indicating that the early dissuaaWi an attempt,to avoid the issue. If such opportunities were lost] are not easily recaptured, and the world organization in this nafl has made, the possibility of establishing harmony in the Midd more far "fetched than it has been heretofore. The Security with the condemning impulse of a "morally inspired" Bit Thml in effect urged the culprit forward while punishing the afflii must be remembered that the Security Council is not a police i relatively insignificant legal power which convenes only to and record turbulent incidents. It is, in the words of Mr. political organ charged with strengthening peace and security]^ region where they are impaired.'' UN truce chief V'agn though woefully partial in an area where impartiality mast nil motivating force of his office, was at least honest enough in hit i gency resort when he indicated that the armistice agreements I Israel and the Arab League, by their very nature, lose their efl new in proportion to the time which goes by without a tr permanent peace. • • a a a INCENSED BY THE TOTALLY OUTRAGEOUS manner in | the UN has chosen to deafwfth the critical Kibya affair. Amli Eban has finally invoked Article XII of these agreements. The i mat was forced to make this move as a result of constant Arab i to meet with Jewish State representatives in a discussion of pertaining to permanent peace. As I see it, the October 19th i infraction was merely symptomatic of a general disease As sots, I UN's censure of Israel without reference to provocation touched i a symptom alone whfle ignoring the more essential danger The< is precisely this provocation begun on December 1st. 1947. steal Arab League launched violent warfare against the infant state, i magnified beyond human proportion when the Security Councili accepted such Arab recalcitrance in its one-sided condemnation I week. "The partition line will be a line of fire and blood These! the warning words of Mcetena representatives to the United following the partition plan In the -raring weeks, three resolutions by the Security Council were contemptuously rejerteil them and trampled underfoot on the battlefield. Syrian tank? into farming villages on the Upper Jordan. Lebanese troops con* upon Galilee. Iraqi and Jordanian forces, with weapons acquire! I a declining Great Britain, pushed toward the coastal plain A rid fire encircled Jewish forces at Jerusalem. Settlements in the were overrun and laid waste. The United Nations had not yet I ed its capacity for collective action to offer assistance. Inspired ls{ prospect of free nationhood. Israel rose to the zenith of its moral | and flung the invading hordes backward. The Security Council did not lack the courage to express ittt miration and to underwrite the infant republic's action in ihe (**j fierce Arab opposition. Once it had called for a bold advance in i Israel relations, the seven-nation Moslem bloc overcame its and entered into direct and intimate negotiations for armistice as I island of Rhodes. What has happened to the Security Council's i siveness in the matter of peace since then, and what has made J Arab League act with such impunity in the matter of peace dii The Arabs complained to General Bennike that armistice currently in force "do not give us security." One glace at the i will show in graphic terms this great "aggressive and expanse' colossus, called Israel, surrounding its defenseless, victims on side. Ambassador Eban pointed out to the UN. There is not a single center of population anywhere in I remote from a hostile border. Tel Aviv-Jaffa, with its population" 400.000, is within fourteen miles of the Jordan frontier Jer with a population of 160,000, is less than a half mile from the Jo boundary line. Prom Mount Caranel, on whose slopes the city of I lies, the Lebanese frontier can be seen easily, and the Jordan homjjj is only twenty-four miles away. Growing enterprises in EyUt on W Red Sea are populated by pioneers who have three Arab states *" %  visual range. In the face of these geographic considerations, it is s i niIi *'| that the Arab members of the Mixed Armistice Comtnisslcm. ** a special responsibility for the operation of the armistice pro*is ere loudest in their threats to terminate the peace agreements w j Israel's virtual extinction. ON FEBRUARY 10,ie$3, COLONEL JEDK>. chairman of the SJ*| delegation on that date, stated: "There exists only one soluuaw" which we shall get — that this land (Israel) shall be possessed %  only by Jews or only by the Arabs." On April 18, 1953. his *"***£ Colonel Shatila. who is supposed to be in charge of > taer !^L'Syrian Israel armistice, speaking of "the enemy who is at pur %  "?' went on to say: "The Arabs have put an end to Israels dream!i a*f terror and must insure that Palestine is forever Arab" On the sj-jj day, the king of Jordan announced: "With the help of Ood, we take back what was lost to us, and we shall prove to thew"^JJ we are a strong nation." Mr. Army Nashashibi. the to^JjTaa. Jordan delegate to the Mixed Armistice Commission • nd l T < J~I d|l st pointed Jordan's chief information officer, said in a special nwp-j^ on September 4. IMS: "We want back the entire robbed r-w* Continued on Page 13 A



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MV DECEMBER 4, 1953 aVertc* fhrrHt-tr PAGE 5 A Jleli flighting Ceremony Miami Beach Center lin celebration of the festival of lanuka. the Religious School of Mia'"' Beach Jewish CefHerit pivscut, ^,,|fn^^fc*t!R fef'for all .fMwjs on{Sund^, J2|j' n g December 6th, at 10 a.m., lording to Dr. Herman Mechlo^ chairman of the school. J festive program has been f nncl l and will begin with the Ktional exchange of Chanuka in classrooms. A Chanuka play _.jled The Third Temple 4 wiU [ow The Play will be directed f jirGershon Miller, Center draliics instructor, and participants Ithe cast will be Claudia Bialo|ki Marcia Cohen, Sonia Glasser, Irtiii Gallant, Russell Herman, Lira Katz, Alan Medof, Daniel tnhanlt, Michael Schinitsky and vey Shapiro. candlelighting ceremony will [featured on the program, paripants are Sherry Antman, Ro,1a Brick, Elyse Gilman, Patni Goldman, Ellen Hirsch, Arlene Dpern. Debra Karg, Richard Iz, Eileen Lubin, Howard Matter, Cbara Newman, Andrea Rauzin, tbara Ann Resnick, Kenneth |h, Ronna Schutzman and HowI Segal. ^t the conclusion of the proim, the PTA will serve a special anuka luncheon on the patio. rd Meeting Tuesday .Miami Hebrew School and Contgalion will hold a Chanuka cele^tion at the synagogue on Suny morning, 10 a.m. Children of • "Sunday School will participate. Tuesday evening, December ., 8:30 p.m., members of the ard of Directors will meet, aeding to H. M. Drewkb, presint. CaAablanuL Nitely (playsAA. thru o0 CASIBlAHClMEL JDjPAtttk "THE GUARDSMAN noilaiootaA H< II MOINAB'S HILARIOUS COMEDY with KARL REDCOFF %  EVELYN KING ALAN KEYS Ptodur.-d and directed by Sam Hirsch Settings by Al Brenner Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge membership campaign continues to progress. Shown enrolling Marvin Kimme) (second from right) into membership in the Lodge is Allen Goldberg (third from right), recently named co-chairman of the Lodge's membership campaign committee. Also shown are (extreme left) Gershon S. Miller, Lodge vice president,end (extreme right) Gilbert J. Balkin, Lodge president. Kimrhttf is Currently serving as Grand Exalted Ruler of the MirJrrrn 'Beach Elks' Lodge. Rosner Announces Opening of The Sterling Hotel; to Feature Kosher Cuisine chwartzman in Talk Coral Gables Zionist District will t on Thursday evening, Decem10th, 8:30 p.m., at the Coral jles Jewish Center. Louis bwartrman, executive director of Bureau of Jewish Education, I discuss:Israel — Land Of bntrasts. |S. J. Froedman & ML Rephnn HEBREW BOOK STOBZ 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth 8*. H.br.w ReUajtooa Supplies iFor SynagoguM end Ptbrw** |UM. AUO for Hebrew Tol-phon-00lT Israel Ctrtificatts IZZV A SAM TINMKH imrrta you fa vtc Miami's OWeit Authoring HUDSON SERVICE On thi Trail 1305 sw 8t $ Genuine Hudson •errs factory Jruinti Mochonics I WE SERVICE ALL MAKES Of CARS See Mr. Gilbert Strvlca Mfr. Hudson Trail Motors, Inc. Phone 2-2867 Pick Up A Dalivary Service "We EaVcata for Successful Craciows H O O L MffSMfS rOtf All A VERY HAPP 1 CHANUKA |Nupry Through High School — ,"caa, mic Commerctel Course*. 7B,'oot Pool on Spacious. Beautiful jiampus — Indoor-Outdoor Claaae*. Shidenta Accopted for Short Period*. PH. s-oaos Pavid Rosner, whose following has been developed over more than 20 years of hotel management, has become nationally know for providing his guests with fine food in the cherished tradition of Jewish orthodoxy. Rosner this week announced.the opening of The Sterling, a 150room hotel on the ocean at 6767 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, which will take place Tuesday, December 8th. Owned and managed by ,the_, veteran hotel operator, The Staffing; will feature a cuisine adhering to strict dietary rules. Aj dairy pool-side snack bar will be a comfortable novelty for swimmers and sun-bathers, with all food from the snack bar served with the compliments of the management. The Sterling will operate primarily on the American plan, but European rates may be arranged. Special diets, such as low-calorie or salt-free, also will be available to hotel guests without extra charge Rosner's 22 years of hotel experience)!'include owner-management rtrflcsueh hotels as the Delmonieo on Miami Beach and the Ostend in Atlantic City. The entire Rosner family will be associated with the new Sterling. In order to devote his full time to the opening and operation of The Sterling, Rosner has discontinued all association with other Miami Beach hotels that he previously owned. The Sterling's spacious dining room will be walled in entirely in glass on the ocean and pool sides. Two custom-built kitchens, comprising one of the largest and most modern cooking areas in Miami Beach, have been constructed in tile, plate glass and stainless steel. The $1,500,000 Sterling has provisions for banquets, seating 500 persons comfortably, and outstanding convention facilities. Its public space area, which includes a 900foot ocean terrace, a massive lobby. TV-theater lounge, large card room and a spacious oool-and-cabana section, will make The Sterling one of the few hotels in Florida designed for conventions. Much of the custom-designed furnishings of The Sterling are in imported African mahogany. An atmosphere of informality prevails throughout the hotel, which highlights men's and women's solaria, adequate parking facilities and a -private synagogue. For those who desire, daily services will be held in the synagogue, with special services fer Passover and other holidays. The hotel is completely air conditioned, with individual controls in each room. Central heating is i provided as well. With an eye to | family living, The Sterling has replaced steps with graded walks in %  rlcis at tables, S3.TI and S2.50 At Chairs, $1.85 and $1.2! MX OFFICE OPEN 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. CURTAIN 8:45 Ph. 86-8851 Optning Tuesday, Dec. 0th Our Musical Version of "CHARLIE'S AUNT" DINNER THEATRE SPECIAL s 5.95 SS" /, I—FUU C0URJE DINNER (Your Choice el Menu) 1 2-C0QKUIU, oriw \ 3-THEATRE JtfJtfVED SEAT ( 4—DANCING AFTER SHOW IN MONTMARTRE LOUNQE ), Casablanca Hotel — 6345 COLLINS AVE. S^J __——.————^———— I ... OPERA GUILD of GREATER MIAMI TICKET BOOTH OPENS TO THE PUBLIC %  Burdine's Third Floor "


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%  jAY, DECEMBER 4. 1953 *Jewish FhridUan PAGE 7A jtish Position is >ak in Jordan [spite Subsidies By ARTHUR LEWIS B whn t.NgrapMe Asehcy ,'ITBD NATIONS — Judging the increased financial aid it had to provide Jordan this the United Kingdom is findfit more and more expensive to tin any kind of a hold on the hemite Kingdom. Besides the B l annual subsidy of $2,000,000 the Arab Legion, the British ernment is providing an inter[ free loan of $4,500,000' to be ht during the fiscal year being April 1st on what are deas "certain specified projunder Jordan's five-year plan [economic development." Puraore, the Foreign Office is apntly ready and willing to shell [even more money if it can get liamentary sanction to do so. uch extravagant generosity at a when the British want to haul troops out of the Trieste Terbecause of the cost of keep[them there is the subject of test here at the United Nail may be due to blackmail; [British are known to have been liderably alarmed by the demotions and riots directed ast them in Amman following [Kibya incident. the military ally and paymasDf Jordan, the United Kingdom assume some of the responsij at least for the actions of the Semite Kingdom' in Palestine, the question that is being pd in the corridors here is how tli control do the British exert Jordan now. and whether or not have a Syngman Rhee by the in the rabid anti-Jewish PalesArabs who run the state, lertainly, General Glubb, the li-h commander of the Arab Lehas no authority to guard borders of Jordan and prevent rauders front crossing them. As head of the state's army, he \u\d have such authority, but, it uld seem that he is the sorry nple of a British pro-consul takI ever by the natives and forced [do their will. For the sake of earance and his own ego, GenGlubb has resorted to the most praordinary p h i 1 o s o phising. ereby he asserts that the Jews nefit from trouble on the borders (Jordan both psychologically and jhard cash. Ambassador Abba Eben, in a before the Security Counrecently. quoted General Glubb saying that the Jewish people i''l "the psychological release of urge to bully others after hav•uffered the same thing for nturies." The Israeli representare also referred to the British eral's opinion that the Jews elitted from incursions across Jordan border and the havoc I murder that resulted from lem because they stimulated fifneial support for Israel' in the nited States. reason why diplomats here liestion the control that the UnitKingdom has in Jordan is that |iere have been two distinct phases the Arab State's relations with ^rael. They were: the fairly friendi phase while King Abdullah was [live and the border was the most Jiet and peaceful of any; and the Present hostile phase with the borfi-y in upheaval, a phase which bean with the assassination of King Abdullah by Palestine Arab ex|remists and their effective canare of the state. Which of these phases represents British policy toward Israel? Dur-'. i both of them, the United KingBom was the paymaster and ally of Jordan. Mr. Eban says that the Israelis are sincerely puzzled and |*ould like to know the answer. Perhaps, the answer lies in the Ifact that the British no longer have jmuch control in Jordan, that they | are paying through the nose for the right to stay in the Hashemite Kingdom and appear to have some influence in the Middle East. This %  rt of thing can happen when an Empire is declining and trying to nang on to the threads of its power and prestige. Still, the question remains: what is the present British P^'cy in Palestine. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Mrs. David Phillips examine an original by Ruth Mook (right) as they set final plans for the champagne fashion show and life membership party sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the^ewjsh.Hame, for the Aged. T,he affair will be at the home'pf .Mrs, Meyer OR Monday afternoon, December 7th. omjon n : AUSTRIA WATCHES US FOREIGN POLICY By BORIS SMOLAR Jewish Telegraphic Agency THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE: Behind the sudden rejection by the Austrian Government of Jewish claims for heirless property is the assumption that the.Jews have lost their influence in Washington and thus there is no further need to negotiate with them. This assumption is based primarily on the notion that Secretary of State John Foster Dulles is not friendly to Israel, which is seen by some members of the Austrian Cabinet as an indication that Washington may no longer be backing the Jewish claims -against Austria. It will not take *tg before these members of the Austrian Government discover that they were mistaken. Contrary to their calculations, the US Government is not entirely disinterested in helping the American Jewish groups secure a proper settlement from Austria for heirless Jewish property left there by families annihilated by the Nazis. In fact, American authorities in Vi enna are watching very closely isfying.iJewish claims. And the \* J ._ il ___ J J i.. i ever, since no agreement has yet been reached, the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is insisting that the communities financing the two agencies he given representation in the. negotiation. This request is based on the belief that without a neutral party participating, the U SNA-HI AS talks may go on for ouite a time without result. The CJFWF claims that there is duplication and overlapping of immigrationservices between USNA and HIAS. The leaders of these agencies hflse agreed that any duplication 1 hat exists should be eliminated. The present talks among the leaders %  • the two agencies are directed toward exploring the possibility of a USNAHIAS merger. Speaking of the growing tendency in the communities to check duplication. It is interesting to note that many of the small and intermediate cities report that the problem of multiplicity of competing campaigns, especially for Israel, is no longer a serious one. However, in some of the larger cities the problem still STZLMS Cabme't -"L^ is considered harmful author predicts that within 20 years houses in the United States will require neither heating nor air conditioning. Especially interested in the relation of climate to architecture, Mr. Aronin is developing a new science which he calls "airchitecture" and which he presents ip, hi* hook. .tQ show how buildjn*,design ,<8an,b>i influenced by climate. The book opens with the design of a synagogue and contains more than 300 illustrations throwing light on the author's new approach to the problem of designing buildings that are in harmony with the climate. Among other things, the author mentions the fact that the oldest regular quantitative measurements of rain were made in Palestine in the first century by a method very similar to that employed today. However, he has nothing to say about modern architecture in Israel. On the other hand, he cites the Home of Jewish Aged in Kansas City, Missouri, and other American Jewish\institutwm as models of sioeenH architecture. Interested Ini .Jewish affairs, Mr. Aronin made special study of synagogues, and also worked on plans for synagogues and Jewish commuMry*centers in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. His primary interest, however, is in proving that if the right materials, design and construction are used, building can utilize the natural resources of sun, air and water to maintain a yearround even temperature. The book shows how primitive man through centuries intuitively recognized climate in his building designs, and how this can be applied to modern constructions s Happy Chanuka To All My Friends August Studio INTERIOR DECORATING U% lltJh Koaa 1 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS We Specialize In Hotel Contracts • Custom Finishing Sand Blasting • Tropical Refinishing Dadc Refinishers 5002 E. 10th LANE HIALEAH. FLORIDA Phone 88-6846 possibility is not excluded that Washington may indicate to the Austrian Government its "surprise" over the sudden breaking off of the talks. However, it is significant that the new trend in the US Government attitude towards Israel is giving encouragement not only to the Arabs, but also to some "statesmen in Europe who have a mistaken notion about American ideals of justice. Agency has authorized only 12 campaigns for Israel in the United States and published a list of the organizations authorized to conduct these campaigns. The 12 organizations are required to submit to the Agency quarterly financial reports as well as .monthly reports on the transfer of funds td Israel. DOMESTIC ISSUES: Negotiations between the United Service for New Americans and HIAS for the consolidation of their activities in the field of aid to Jewish, !mm/grants are progressing. How-1 the young Jew.sh arch.te ct and HOME PROBLEMS: A book which will, no doubt, attract attention not only among experts and students of architecture, but also among builders and home owners, is Jeffrey Ellis Aronin's Climate And Architecture just published by Reinhold. In this volume, New Recordings Here Two new albums of recordings are now available through the Florida Regional Office of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith. These are The Chanuka Story and The Purim Story. Both albums are recorded on 78 rpm records and feature drama and song narrated by actor John Conte. They are produced by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, New York City, and may be obtained on loan from the Florida ADL Office, 330 Seybold Building. New Officers Named to Goodwill Group Board Board meeting of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will convene on December 10th, 12:30 p.m.. at the Trail Lodge Hall, Knights of Pythias, 2629 SW 8th Street. Mrs. Mildred Bobson has been elected social secretary of the organization. The Mesdames Kitty Glosser, Etta Stotsky, Jennie Wilchyk and Mr. Nat Fields were elected Board members. A Happy Chanuka To All Our Friends and Patrons K no tele* Lid. FRUIT SHIPPERS 2207 COLLINS AVENUE Phone 5-3626 747 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 58-1722 ABBOTT ELECTRIC. INC. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL Wiring — Repairs ~"W Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONE 3-6294 Young Zionist Dance Miami Young Adult Zionist Dis trict will present a Chanuka dance on Sunday, 9:30 p.m., in the Florentine Room of the Sorrento Hotel, Miss Mickey Doyst, president, announced this week. SINCERE HOLIDAYS GREETINGS FROM NORMANDY SCHOOL LiO HUBERMAN 1021 Biarriti Drive PHONE 86-6811 MIAMI BEACH f f! I Pnllot and Gilbert J. Balkin (center) with Mrs. Sid Lewis (right) stand Citizen leaders E. Albe rtP allot an,* ^£ ^ erk Earle s riqg m Federal court with Federal Judge John W. Holland ana ua wsm F T £ Marie G ov aB .he first of 500 naturalized c^en. were sworn in^hu^^^/^e Pappas er Trans-Iordan;C^los Campos. Mmco. Man^^ ^ ^^ for ^ e Harvey Greece; and Mrs^ Goldie VOTODO. !" a ^ general chairman of services to the foreignW. Seed. P^ A en N ^ Assisting her in distributing d* SiiSS^ %  s tone *f R ubin R euben Skind, Samuel Gertner and Charles R. Jacobson. ATLANTIC MILLWORKS A. B. CLARK 7636 N.E. 4th COURT Phone 78-6763



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PAGE 8 A HBDAY. Miss Phyllis Bryman Becomes Mrs. [PERSONALLY Miss Gloria Pugach Chooses import* Norman Goldman In Candlelight Rites;S P E A K I N GI f -^i£L x Ys!gL n gi^ l r i n <">iurujf .a a eandlehgbt. doable nnz ceremony at the Monte Carlo Hold Sunday Mis* Phyllis Harriet Bty n san daughter of Mr. and Mrs. &meeJ BonuB. 825 89th Street. aw Beach, beeeme the bnde of N mun Goldman, son of Mr and I Max Goldman. 1355 13th -race Rabbi Leon Kronuh elated, assisted by Cantor SamKelemer. The bride was given in marriage her father Best man was Seymour Schwartz. Ushers included hart GoWraaa. Arthur Fine. MerLevrant. Phi] Brooks. Arthur Tiser and Richard Hecfcer. 'latron of honor was Xn Arr Nenuer Mas Sheila Warhafwas maid of honor, with Miss E-th Fme in ib.Mii of the gwest fc. The bnde selected a gown of bf rbanfitly lace over a bndal %  fitted bodice, the skat a Mr and Mrs. Marten Mint, w "* ^ M •8*8 SW 72nd Cooxt. %  —mini t the of n langhli November lath, n_^ ix each. 1614 Mfrlalaa / Mr and Mrs. Sheldon Silverstoae the late Sam Pugaeh. Leh-wiu asrs here fottowinc their h oo e y tow n spent in Pan America. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sanl L Kenhoir, Miami Beach After a brief stay. the Stlverstones will reside in Jamaica. Long Island New York. Mrs. Ethel Sherbet has returned from the North, where she spent the wanner vacation. •£ %  An uspjanaj birthday were celebrated by the children. Lrnn and Loam WeMson. p r iacu b wl a gpaadaoa. Louis HL 23th. at St. Mr Goldhof is the oon of Mr Mrs Max B. Goldhof. 4812 Pine Tree Drive. Rabbi Jamah K Narot officiated at an altar decorated with gladinlas. white ehryxaaIheamnes and sbeUpink carnations. Nuptial music was offered by the Irvin Rose Trio. Best man was Leonard Uhre. Jeffrey B u rrow s nephew of the was ringbearer Given fat by her brother. Pan! Puthe bride chose for her wedand exug gown imported ehantilly lace. I.-g sleeves extending to a the wrist Her illusion neckline was outlined with appbeue lace •trapiem %  hip-length French illusion veil c *de of yellow rases. Miss Wi was held by a tiara of seed pearls, haftig was dressed m yellow tulle r only piece of jewelry was a, r taffeta and carried talisman -and of pearls She carried a roses. ade of white roses and steps The bride was graduated from gfc with showered ribbons. Miami Beach High School, attendJrv Bryman. mother of the -1*. selected a waltz length gown seagreen ehantilly lace over n and carried on an orchid cor pj Mrs Goldman selected deli • pink crepe and lace gown with -iid corsage. ^4r. Nemser wore ice blue tulle with fitted waist, capsleeves and accordion pleated ballerinalength skirt. The three-quarter length veil of French illusion was held in place by a ehantilly lace Phi Weiss. She carried an arm bouquet of white roses, carnations, sweetheart rose beige lace over matdftkj ua orchid mrsis* | designed bj the; Shops. A and dance followed the Wolf, Young Troth ed the University of Florida the Univ e r si t y of Miinaf Mr Goldman was graduated from Miami flu in # School, attended the U b n isn si aj of Florida and University efuMnmi He is a member of the Pens Beta Tau Fraternity. A reception and dinner followed at the Monte Carlo Hotel For her' going away outfit, the bride selectMrs. Rabin's i cloche, and elb ow-l en gth mittens of matching lace completed it it it Mr and Mrs Eugene J of 1650 SW 21st Street. j WBne n T??5*? 0a *\. Smt ** eMn I > %  KP*an Hall of Teaak the birth of their granddaughter. ? ?! y <**£T ll gT** i The bride b a pans*,. Adrian Ease Bohenberg. on No. Wl ^.^ hrt *_ liai B'rilh WomCIl are Tuesday. Decero 'ii tovfae WoN %  an Young, is announced by Hi and Mr Leo Wolf. 1806 Mend Asenue. Miami Beach Miss Wolf is a graduate of Miami >ch High School and attended the University of Florida. Mf Young is a graduate of Mi a-.i Beach High School and the iversity of Miami Law School He is a member of the Florida Bar A-sociation and is now attending -vice school at Fort Jackson. umbia South Carolina. The couple plan an early Januwedding inthe Monte Carlo H .tel. Private School* Meet The Private Schools Association •i Dade County held Ha monthly! I -eting Thursday at the Cushman j School. This was the first la aj series of discussions on a program I < i cultural and educational activities. Guest speaker was Clayton arles. chairman of the Art De ;. -tment at Miami University. 20th Street. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Barry Lewis. 1917 SW 22nd Avenue. Given in marriage by bar father, the bnde wore a powder Mae wool jersey afternoon frock, vim pear! encrusted bodice and matching jacket. Her pale blue hat was adorned with seed pearls and a nose veil. She carried a Bible with a white orchid. Arthur Lewis was best man. and Mrs. Leonard Covan acted as matron of honor. She wore a navy suit I ber 8th A film on the Children s Home in Israel will be featured., followed by a skit and Chanuk-. I '"tb navy accessories and a purple celebration presented by Molloe Cohen and Bertha Zoolin. •U -tt models. Mrs. Rose Frankel. ber of ORT who has just from Europe, will speak n group on her recent visit to schools in Israel. a—i The program is under t* <*l lion of membership chairm" wi Estelle Tischler Mariorie will be blessed by Rabbi III mi oa the pulpit which *ss presented to the Center by ber father, fsrat preasaai the founders of the The day will provide a celebration for the family as Mr. rrteiW nai l 's % %  fhaoj uikt m the •uw dap. ta heaor of the occasion, be will be called to the Torah. to cheat the Maflir of. Attain at Center Children of the West MuaN ish Center Nurseo and .-. tea will present a Chanu" FT gram oa Thursday ntaMj 1 eae of fpjs. The program win the direction of Miss Dahlar and Mm J^jS] Rabbi Alfred Waxman *" %  *"" Kmdqg art en Co



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FRI DAY, PECEMBEB 4, 1963 -JmlstincrHkMi PAGE 9 A Miss Satin Becomes Bride of Lewis Ivan Meisel; Honeymoon in Nassau On Sunday evening, November 29th. Miss Tobi Esther Satin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Satin, Tavares, Florida, became the bride of Lewis Ivan Meisel, of Jacksonville, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Max Meisel, Miami Beach. Officiating at the ceremony, which toolplace in the Jacksonville Jewish Center, was Rabbi Sanders A. Tofield, assisted by Cantor A. MarI ton. The altar was decorated with | palms and candlebra, and the canopy was entwined with white carnation*:. Family pews were marked with white satin ribbon. A propram of nuptial music preceded the ceremony. The bride entered the synagogue on the arm of her father, in a wedding gown of nylon tulle and lace pmsed over satin. The lace bodi<* was designed with a scallopev neckline in front and back. A Jul" iet cap of lace over nylon tulle, outlined in seed pearls and adorned with a fingertip veil of bridal illusion, complemented the bridal gown. She carried the traditional white satin Bible decorated with a white orchid and lilies-of-the-val ley. Miss Satin chose as her maid of honor. Miss Myra Leonard, of Tampa,who was gowned in rose mauve taffeta and nylon net, with fitted bodice featuring pearl embroidery i and full overskirt with panel of [nylon net. Her bridesmaids were Miss Renee Roit, of Brooklyn,. New York, in coral gown, and Miss Ar den Balper, of Jacksonville, in lambeth blue. Their dresses were fashioned alike of nylon net with sal in bodice and they carried modern colonial bouquets of anemone and chrysanthemums in contrastin.; colors. The flower girl. Miss Nancy Satin, cousin of the bride, wore gentian blue taffeta with bateaux neckline. She preceded the bride and strew the white carpet with rose petals from her blossom-filled basket^ Serving as best men were Eli Becke* and SMdon Gendzier. of Jacksonville. Uabew were Joe Satin,' brother of tfce%ri*e, Edward 1'enson, Mandel Otifetsberg, both of Gainesville, and Harry Yoffee, Tots About Town Mrs. Lawis fvan Meisel Beryl Lovitz and Lt. Jack Shorestein, of Jacksonville. Mother of the bride wore a cocoa colored dress of silk, which featured imported chantilly lace bordering the hodice and a fitted jacket of matching accessories and an orchid corsage. Mother of the groom chose a blonde peau-de-soie dress trimmed with topaz and pearl beading. Matching accessories and an orchid corsage completed her outfit. Following the ceremony, a dinner and dance were held in the Center Auditorium. The bride's book was kept by the Misses Myra and Tobi Thier. Mr. and Mrs. Meisel left for a wedding trip to Nassau. The bride traveled in a blue wool flannel suit with navy accessories. Upon their return to Jacksonville, the couple will make their home at 2159 Riverside Avenue. Baldi Talks at Cohen Hall Miami Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Hospital, will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, December 8th. 1 p m., at Melvin Cohen Hall. Plans for a dinner to be held in the Latin Quarter on December 27th will be discussed. Guest speaker will be J. Baldi. mti ini>, Hosts at the reception honoring 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal Chairman Acron M. Kanner were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kane (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle (right). Both Kane and WeiakW heve served as campaign chairmen and pledged their support to Kanner in the coming fund drive. Zamora Mttkber Dance Zamora Jewish Center will hold a member bring-a-member party on Wednesday evening, December 9th, 8 p.m., at the Center, 44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Louis Kroll. Boston's Flying Fingers of Radio IfE HA USER at the piano Singer of Jewish and English Songs AVAILABLE WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS SHOWS and COCKTAIL LOUNGES For information please call 5-3277 II I I I M I I I I I North Dade Latke Party A latke party will be held at the North Dade Jewish Center on Sunday evening, December 6th, at 6 p.m. Children of the Religious School will present a Chanuka play. The Sunday School PTA is in charge of arrangements. %  "^ %  ^ %  pr MRS. E. SPIVACK Teacher of PIANO, SINGING, ELOCUTION THEORY OF MUSIC 915 8th Street, Miami Beach Phone 5-2444 Instruction at Toor Home JUNIORS LODGE; 1 STIRLING ROAD, DANIA. FLA. For Boys and Girls 4 Overnight or by Day or Week 4Cater to Weekend Conclaves for i i Youth Groups 4 Box 507. Hollywood in 'H !"< %  "" mt'r.i I:M'"' !' %  : H %  %  -1 > — Ardmore WE CAN DISCUSS THE ISSUE says Jeff Huberman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huberman, of the Normandy School. 'Oft, Ill S I 7! Klutznick to be Miami Visitor Philip M. Klutznick, international president of B'nai B'rith, will address a mass B'nai B'rith community meeting on Thursday, December 17th, 8 p.m:, af the Miami Beach Jewish Center, it has been announced by A. J. Kaplan, president of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida. The event will occasion the initiation of all newly enrolled members of B'nai B'rith during the current B'nai B'rith membership campaign in South Florida. Klutznick will be introduced by Dr. Maurice Goldberg, of Washington, D.C., vice president of the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Co-chairmen for the program are Gilbert J. Balkin, president of Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith, and Milton Mannheimer, president of North Shore Lodge. Serving on the committee of arrangements for Klutznick's visit are Mrs. Josie Goldstrom, Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, Mrs. Ida Optner, E. Albert Pallet, Leo Steinman, Harold Turk, A. J. Kaplan, Gilbert J. Balkin, Milton Mannheimer and presidents of all B'nai B'-ith Lodges and Women's Chapters in the community. — Pllkington Joel M. Levin, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, 725 SW 25th Road, Miami, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, December 12th, 11 a.m., at Temple Israel. Joel attends the Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is a member of the band and the Film Club. His hobby is riflery, for which he has earned a certificate. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate. Friends are invited to attend the Bar Mitzvah. ROOM FOR INDIVIDUAL Centrally located in S.W. near 2 bus Unas. Breakfast served. Orthodox. Phono 83-6067. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVI. Ph. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now: you will save on a new roof later %  'Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. 5tn Street Phone •-•4bl AL MEIDENBERO, Owner KAVS Genuine RUSSIAN BATHS SI.50 Admission HAITStH by EXMIT PAHBSCH/C Clubs and Groups Solicited Massif* •* HjaJtJl **"WPf Deportment Open tvtry Day EMPRESS HOTEL 4333 COLLINS AVE. PH. 58-3670 NOW OFtN ALLYN JABALY SIAEEL ft JABALY "Tbo World's finest in Fashions 922 Lincoln Read 5-6429 SS Jerusalem to Sail NEW YORK — Iirael's first Transatlantic liner, the SS Jerusalem, will sail .from here to the Jewish State o February 8th, itj was announced this week by ZimIsrael Lines. Additional sailings %  are scheduled for March 29th, June 9th. September 8th and November 15th. Playlet at Hialeah Chanuka Cantata was the title of a playlet written and produced by Mrs. Harry B. Ettinger for an auxiliary meeting Tuesday evening. Mrs. Shirley Rakear and Mrs. Beatrice Zitter were vocalists, accompanied by Phil Lyons at the piano. :v33*^S*2S*23*SB*: S*ntaf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2503 or 84-2078 (Evenings) Under Complete Supervision oj Gnater Mu.mi Vaad Ha\ashmth i 'r-r %  %  %  f --na t > KM MAE SATISFACTION TED BBAMSON MOTES TOO TO USt NATIONAL KxI'Tiii ina lor s ISTAOUSHE0 IWt Emergency 3-5210 MAI 58-7341 MUM SIRVKI AT REASONABLE K.tien.1" (Prf SH^wS! the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •rer. U.S. pat. oft. Miami • Miami Beach rt Laudardala Weal Palm Baach YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE



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PAGE 10 A TODAY. !" Qm CRITICISM OP UN MOUNTS CaOtieven team Pn#e t A ft ment and KrcM<*. >ih otpr-eMP *n$^hilS*^ I th* •*.****#-M IsraeW \%c .M Arse att*. The Ihtnsh Trentst l^****!** eVVd npon the Hntivh GovernMM te s* its mfhtence w*h Jero"tn hrinjt ahent aecwtMtons hiiithM, to a peace nW>w m < The !> ted ifaenist < \nw l <4 O aaaw a i^tml a statenewi jtr o ng t y depor ir.j the resohnjea's father* t* e*H peace Other laMW WH tJ WHY wn< h> J5nn** s. M nt a. nt thcs tmw n VtsMifim State OtavtMM <>.-, roes MM la weel i v •• *N rarrnr* M -" N -"vine. "Hmomi In* v hranl! va nfthftt • • s-vh 11 o< the aranstir* a*rer Tt>mt "fn JNansalt at *eeTTherx of The Kresset prepared for a fnll-ft e dpr r. &f senate or the *.>ant* in the hfht o *be s*av"iiy"r^ <^^MMI' aetiee and IflajM nme in callint for .loottan %  aaajbanaa] On th* ns ">< 111 4flf^Hf^C^ t*fc iJwPafcM nssertiafthat w %  l i l i i n aM l th i aa<* wu n word f a aaaaat nr j" atnred in the Sana Htrsrh pi o da tti n a is favorite lendmf ma* Karl Redewft f the aht Three mate This fine theahar flirt lit IK*. Mr EMM iHUnfc pail 11 by tk* O a. ia> h jaica PUyers. which to *a fwhw* t* n*r a ward t* arfiiar' nifhtb/ is the Ch* Mor f acra f the araaa fra wt hateL wiU Ana attacks c t u mitmm H Km pve a^ay m Taiills? eveaiai. Da** Mh iMtawK a^irh had caahar ML aa the rearoal l the p r. *Vd the Kiba* raad. He ah1 faswehe. i'hirtie !he faahwa a< the MttT far a. Dlltmi m— IBrsrh saU ate chanwa that this week that the plar anil he caaae• aj| h> it MaaM am he rtwwi *aal hy the .Krah fia a n. The *MM* aaaac^ *hat it -ill he Wd a ... -f V S w a u it O^aavn. ? &f *> M* sponsareal ay Brttaiu r-atvf at>r Tbr (haieea ;>a t %  ^cir>e• IMaBll 0 th l>-w Jevaha rmrcrxf ajr-ec f>ar mw thr C thethe e*.ut>r* arhicb he ce'Vr" -^wad hi wrhhoi hi ••Ts n eie t Sw l MT F>ar %  cincwar •: ttir resntaUMW rhcb he dareetc & > we^leTaae afir inveai^ial 1^ tar s aa a datory rtirtsr tneeTian: to it \ M m the w*rk inp' nt The a tn H a mi f iiw a* He iWre-sd The Cnuartl • c TwmcrT. afre* >ii< reTon; t?>fin > B-hinCTAr wl teee he had dascuse>r. Israel rrramatK aatwr with Secreaan e4 Stole r*al)es Ttv Krar ivlc -stracistfi anr norwwitart" cotnes t/> an eaid astth tbr inwraTor nf this ennffcrnctMFhar trUc. ihc ^/umci. He liecta^pc Thar Israe had the wmdca. rt^hn tr sarmmnr. all h#tr *ra State* ai—atnr.' to ananattce atfreeuMntit m the n. tercets at snattnt thr cnst> tr. thr MxiriV F-ass miph: follow that arol*nbr the terms nt the arrnKUcr an'inaifwihe metiTer, -tv \rah States die not hnwe the vwereafn rtftn to re tii a t If talk watt rsraei Thr Security Ceunril was con*TaiT*r watb *w* arhenl* nt in thr Brittsh-PMtteh ruaalniiiii anc thrlarae tnr n: \rttcit_KaT <4 I The Israeli Group ml wall nax h rn n i Chawaha at a tnc and card nartjc la the CiuwiauB %  awl oa Mu ad aj Itecenaher 7th. 12 p an *hw for the ahead banhdar lamehenm at Plau Hotel wifi ed Mrs. Ham M Kavaan •Mat Two PortMs Schodohhd • .-*aT ajaaanbdr. :r. wii: he a specia! bvthri ihilatn -ol the htraaJ mnmana with the rr*. of thr hun e lh e On tar apaaanarnag the party On Sam day cwanana, 8 p.m. the L cr wilau Oenter wii: apaananr a rhaniaVa %  araja >**be parts ahahanhp an? Bart and Ehnn *r MT — %  i: ceawiaMsrr: Thr resnhnthai T ^f w b a*iwr cet nw e < Vcre far the fUbya raaa resect .%  'h* m K-xel ettlen. anr tr M f hr Aras anths. andnyd nper Vsrae naeewna^ to nre*enT -wsf*/ act mnit: nhr f m ana ~*,.,.-vi~. tnr J a i aha C ." %  ^etmne an Thf reaolutma hr nmnler. run ____ __ _. __ eanerrner hnMl w,tt-^nnant ana TNT Hoard On WMBf turttuien: events* o: the recent A specia. rhanuka arnsrnaB arill pa<" anc made no nrnpnaals ciref" { be jrnser by thr rhnw whict haC p i m il' netahty Fnnd Oaanaal aa Inef f e t t-w, Mthr nas: Hf rallec ovnr stntior. h.' fc a aaartter. retreat frar the Oaanv ar annnunretnen: this week truant pnMcs at n ta tnt la ie. set hi Moses blesrOck.fi tlemer.; j Ganat tpeabnt mill hr Rabat: trrans Hr rarm. autaaxiw, a>. Uhiman a n tilta *: lender ol tn* contrary Mr Sbar. rteclarea. ajhaan *MaUt laniiili i enter w o! the fm leMeanv nt %  L nuaV i*< Thrntnpnani he atectaren •• bnhf hnap naan tn. tutor. CHAMUKA Si 3aat AVEMUC J.SW V Fhar NHHdh TO All CHAMKA GattTTW: Tropic ali tes Cold Cot-bode MEOK SIGHS 144 H. W Sr STHTT FBOWE7Mni anr ***r t h e n %  *r stm thr ef i ee t i m uuneT*tnw, nf s nu i i ty I reeanr T< mane -taff rrpor* naeV tn Ma SCHAAF WffiSEFVWG CO. h%c ;3Tc fin 2Jnc R G c I Sal Ithk T|H mma inn an, GBEET1IGS COnAGEUt "CHICKEK K THF ROUSH' •f liwfw 2255 KSCATNE BODLTVAJB) PHOK** SAVOVA SHOP saa AcTtny an*c r — pWI A HArTV OCMNUKA TO IT' m 7T mmt MMS IflDaV K71 ALT0K1OAD GRrrFEBB %  XACK nOaTBMk



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)AY. DECEMBER 4, 1953 *Jw/sf flcrJdaatr PAGE 11A > wdermilk Airs irael's Soil and fater Problems UNITED NATIONS (JTA>—The L-k of trained technicians in Is lei was emphasized here by Prof. falter C. Lowdermilk, American 5i 1 conservation expert, at a press [inference arranged by the United fat ions Secreariat. Prof. Lowderpilk spent more than two years in rael on a technical assistance asjtnmetit of the UN Food and Agriiiluire Organization. [Asked about Israel's hydroelecni' project on the Jordan River, (e American expert said that the (opect is of great importance. He nphasized that "the diversion of le Jordan for the production of Obitiariei MSI. RACHEL ZELINSKY of Mia NW lofcll, si diedI Nov 26th In II nursing hm,She came here u yearn ago from Brockton, .Mutt*., and la survived by a aon, Bernard, of Brockton; two dnoghters, Mrs. Mary Wi-lnrl.-h of Miami and Mrs. Etta Oreenbaum of I >.. r II.-I.TMass., and seven grandchildren. Buflal took place In Brockton with local arrangements by Gordon Miami ChspLEE SWART* SB. of ls.-, Michigan Ave Miami Beach, died Nov 2:.th. A retired wholeaale clothing merchant, he came here In 1931 from Cincinnati. He wan a trustee of Miami Beach Elks l,odge 1S01. Services were he'd Sunday under the direction of RIversMe Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach. Kurvlvlnir are hla wife. Helen; two sons, (Charles and David: a sister. Mra. Roae .loncs, and :i brother. Arthur E., all of Miami Beach. Burial followed in Cincinnati. *^* Walter C. lowiarmilk ... tail expert haute vdroelectric power in no way conkmes the water so diverted, but be water is returned after the >wer hasbeen extracted from: it, to s klilee or .thje Sea of Tiberias SOLOMON LOBEL M, of 2.", 42nd St.. Miami Beach. died Nov. 26th. A retired wholesale •rocer, he came here 17 years ago from New York city Surviving are hlH wife. Rose, two m>n. Louis and Herman, n* New York; and two daughters. Mrs. Esther Nadler and Mri>. Bertha rtoWlherg. of Miami Beach. Services took place last Friday In IUersU*nMVnw>rlal Cnapei, Miami Beach, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery, '',1' .O ntSWDnS — 1 MRS. HILDA ROTH 75. 3U0 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, passed away Nov. 2.".th. The remains were sent to Brooklyn. N.Y., for services and burial. Beach Memorial Funeral Home was In chance locally. She leaves her busbaml, Samuel, and two children, Sldnev Sandier and MISH Sylvia Sandier, both of Brooklyn. a son, Herbert. Services and burial look place In Cincinnati. The Riverside Memorial Chape), Miami Beach, was In chance of local arrangements. „ iWR*. IDA EDELSTEIN JJ. Of 2141 SW 14th Ter icassed away Sunday. Services were held Tuesday In Miami Riverside Funeral Home. Burlnl followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. She came here 19 years ago from Cleveland. Surviving are her husband, Albert; a son. Jack; her mother, three brothers, four sisters and a grandchild. -, ... MORRIS OFSOWITZ .2, 2280 HW 13th St., died Tuesdav as a result of an automobile collision Services were held Thursday In dordon Miami Funeral Home. Burial followed -in Mt. Shutf Cemetery. A former resident of Rochester. N.T., he came here If years ago. He was a veteran of World War l! and a member of American Legion Harvey Seeds Poet. He also belonged to the Blks. Masons. Shrine and Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Surviving are hla wife. Rose,a son, Sanford: a daughter, Mrs. Annette Drucker, of Philadelphia; five brothers, Sam and 1-ouls, of Miami; Joe. of Harrtshurg, Pa.; Jack, of Rochester; and Mike, of Cnfran. N.J.: and a sister, Mrs Charlotte Ato-ama, of Miami Beach GREETINGS HOLLEMANS RESTA1RAXT N.W. 79th STREET at 7th AVENUE THE BEST OF FOODS — With Friendly Sarvics Air Conditioned • Popular Pricas • Ample Parking GREETINGS ADDIE MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS 1121 Washington Avenue Phone 58-3614 MRS. FANNIE H. SCHWARTZ 56, a local resident for 13 years, died Nov. 2.*>th. Mrs. Schwarta came here fro'n Akron, Ohio, and lived at %  '-' %  "> 77th St., Miami Beach. Surviving are a son, Gerald. a M d a daughter. Kri"p, both of Miami Beach: a sister, Mrs. Anne Clausner. of Detroit, and four brothers, Arthur. Nicholas and Loula, all of Akron, and Julius, of Cleveland. The body was sent to Akron by Riverside Memorial Chapel. Miami Batten, for services and burial. MURRAY GOLDBERG T. of I'tV) I'ine'ree Drive. Miami Beach, died Saturday at a local hospital. He was a retired clothing merchant, coming here from New York City 14 years ago Mr. Goldberg is sT-vl'-ed bv his wife. Reims' and one son, Lou, of New York City. ISAAC ENGLANDER 2274 SW Second St., former vice president of the Miami Beach Apartment Owners Association and former vice president of the Golden Age Friendship C'uh of Miami, psssed away Saturday from Injuries suffered Oct. 10th as a victim of a hit-run driver. Surviving are his wife. Anna, to whom peak, back iOtattfcll See Of /! ws married i9 years ago In I.on„.. ikc. / isSH.. aon. ,/ng.; ;a .Sgn. .gin* „ rnBl ,nl Jf. r ,: president •• the Miami Beach _Bsr I Prof. Lowdermilk suggested thift^K^Mia United Nationa ta k e H ie lead m arming'a connnisstDTi of recon— %  BTming'a CtnilllirSHlUn or reCOnKn cn''chllvtr*s were %  Middle EaSt:"TnemeinBCTS on tnat held Tuesday in Flngler runeral immission would come from tfie puntries concerned immediately," : said. The best basis for such colkboration would be on river basks, of which there are a number in be Middle East, he declared. 'V Post Fetes Holiday Uhanuka will be celebrated by (embers of the Coral Gables Post d Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterls, on Saturday evening, Decemrr 5th, at the home of Mr. and rs. A. M. Morris, 10081 SW 40th etrace. Admission will be a small IK Dancing, games and songs bntered around the Festival of lights will round out the evening. ml. and Mrs. Helene Hoffman. Hollywood, Cal.. two brothers, five -g'-nndchllaten. and nine greatand Mrs. Knr_7 A Marks Holiday University of Miami IZFA chapwill hold a Chanuka party on onday evening, 8 p.m., at 1500 12th Avenue. TO ALL OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA W4-U SMPLumm ~\ |rWCW>N0TSe*f*Tt>7i .WEDOIT \ .iweMT/weJ *=^ CrfTlSFV/ ) EVt5RV TIME/ ll>U"ti'nder illercllon of Beach Mem.Iriarrhauel. Burial followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery MARTIN CHfiCH'M 7 of 127 NK Fifth St., died Friday, Nov. Kth. Services were held Tuesday In Gordon's Miami Chanel. He caine hero 2R years ago from NSW York Survivors Include two sisters. Mrs Fanny Under. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Sarah lacker, Ontario, ( anads He was a member of B nal Biith. HARRY ARONSON •8 of 2r, Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, died Monday. He was a retired manufacturer of mattresses. He came tuxe a vear and a half aso from Boston. Surviving re his wife. Sadie, and a son. Nathan. Beach Memorial Funeral Home sent tm> bmiy to Boston for services and burial. BERNARD KOHN 69 1521 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, who owned and operated a jewelry shop on Alton Road for the past three years, died Monday. He came here from New York. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mollle Kohn: Two sons. Hsrrv and Leon, both of NewYork; a brother. Harry, Miami Beach; and two sisters. AUTHUR LAUBER ;,;, a visitor from Cincinnati, Ohio, died Monday In Miami Beach. He was owner of a hotel and restaurant supply business In Cincinnati. Surviving rue his wife; Mrs. Adele l.auber. and 2980 CORAL WAY 3?,W 48-3264 GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS 620 SECURITY BLDG. MIAMI, FLA. JERRY & MACK RADIATORS Cleaned Repaired & Exchanged (New or Uxi) ALL CORES MFG. & GUARANTEED IN MIAMI By JERRY & MACK 2034 N. W. 2nd AY.. PH. 2-4735 m v ". 1 irnu 9d : % %  > 7*, t i0i Sixth Street, Miami Beach, passed away Monday. She Is survived by her husband, Nathan, and two sons. Mm. stcinback had been a resident of Miami for three years coming here from New York City. Remains were sent to New York for Interment. Ical arrangements were In charge of Gordon's Miami Beach Chapel. Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday II. J. Walnwright A Sons 3135 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove Phone 831621 WHO RAISING CHAIRMEN I An Exciting Opportunity! TO RAISE MONEY BUILD THE TREASURY si ysur • ORGANIZATION • YOUTH GROUP • SISTERHOOD CM millet, Balsam at THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN ,11 1 4241212 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA msa ENJOY MORE "POLAR ICE CREAM" POLAR ICE CREAM CO.. INC. 2120 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone 9-4881 GREETINGS FROM J. R. SPRADLEY & CO. FOOD BROKERS 18 N. W. 14th Street Miami. Fla. LEGAL NOTICfc NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IK HKRKRY GIVEN that the iindi 1 SIKIIICI. deaiiinK to engage In buslnen.H under the flctllloua name of Mt)RCAN-STKRN C<>. (Not Inc.). at !•:' N.K. 123rd Street. North Miami. Intend* to register eald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 81DNKY MOROANSTERN (Sole Owner) 12/4-11-1H-36 Doers rVinWswj Architecture/ Miflwark 535 N.W. lilt St. Phone 2-3186 DORN MARTIN DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 5998 Sunset Drive South Miami NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKPY TTTVKN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in business under the fictitious nsme of PALM ISLAND OF MIAMI, st 100 N.E. 89th Street. Miami.intend to register asld nsme with trte Clerk of (he Circuit Court *f Psde County, Florida. LEO RKINHARD SRVMOPE REINHARD HAROLD REINHARD HENRY REINHARD NORMAN REINHARD rsrtners HERMAN M. RERK Attorney for Partners 420 IJncols Roed 11/13-20-27 — 12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnes under the fictitious name of MERCURY HK.OHD DISTRIHITOR8, at 346 S.W. Sth St., Miami. Dade County, Ha., intend (o register said nnina with the Clerk of the 1 lr-cult Court of Dade Coonty, Horidn SAEL RROOKMIRE ROSE HRooKMIRE BRSTIJrIO, ZICKEKMAN ,v EHRICH Attorneys for Applicants T( W. Flasler St. 1 2/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF.KEHY OIVEN that the undersiBiuci, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BROWNS MARKET, at 24 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami. Intends to register said IUUM with the Clerk of Hi. Cue nit Court M DM* County. HARRY 1.. ZAl.l'H, Sole Owner KOKERT, M. DEEM I. attorney for Applicant :11c, Sevl-.ld iydg. 12 4-11-PI-25 Auto Painting Phone 67-1343 PROCTOR AND SON BODY WORKS j SEAT COVERS TAILOR MADE 3388 Douglas Road Miami, Florida MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL COMPLETE SI 00 DINNERS and up NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uii'lcii-iiinccl. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nance of PTtEDERICKK REKRIOERATION \\"|. AIR CONDITION1NO, aT Hi* N W 1st Avenue. Miami, Dude County I ...cida. Intends to reulstec said game with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 % :•!.Countv, norlila. FREDERICK Hl'RWICH GILBERT .1 HAI.KIN Attorney for Ovvnei til Coiwire.s BuiUIInc, Miami. Florida 12/4-11-18-25 A LARGE VARIETY OF ENTREES CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS TO CHOOSE-FROM Try Our Fsm.u. Whipped Cream Pie. 23c TYLER S RESTAURANTS m.NW.MthSt. .!6jONCj Dl LEON 1,1! 1 a.m. Open 24 Hour*



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PAGE 12 A .ini:> ixi vraiKs. rvc Serving Miami Sense 1880 41 ALL TYPES OF SHEET METAL VTJITlLATfOtl SOLAS WATER HEATERS. BOOSTERS POURED-IN-PLACE GYPSOM BOOT DEOCS COR.* L GASLES. FLORIDA GF-EETTNGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC r=i^;= Mam Bid? :r s. w taj s>TO JU1 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA RUBBER INC S^^ violently be^ of tfceSM, citing the 8JD0 „ smd were in UbasosTtaT report *md the Ubw^V *** Party ha< !" -uJerabtem!l Chcxies T 15S K-E. 29m STREET PHOIfE ytsei Under the cbamnanship oi Sanraei J. Harporin. with Max 1 and Hany Mumou as co-chairmen, the Membership of the Miami Beartrh Jewish Cooker met tha week to lor a sp e cial eHart to obtain 200 new tosnilies far be cougi eganopShown dwcuMwanq plans far are IseatedJ Haiperin QefU. and Rabbi hvinq spsnroal leader. Standing are Samuel Friedland. ot the Center llefU and Max Boderman. Mason is not shown. Las LOIIG DISTANCE MCVTWG — Bow Task PABT LOADS — DIHECT SEBVTCE We Own me Ope-c:e Ow Ou-w Fleet a> Mem'V PHOWE 3-BttS FOR ESTIMATE AMERICAN VAN & STORAGE 212S B.W. 1st COURT COMMUNISTS ACTIVE IN ISRAEL By MILTON FRIEDMAN GREETINGS TO ALL .SsWsftl 7ir*4 da sh ao rie ^Bfarf ***~1„*-* TINGLE JW PAINTT J • % 2W74 N WSB* Totaari WASHINGTON—If director TVC Streibert. of the United States Information Agency, is cor tacks to oar library installations— the? attars our people as well They nave killed a local Reporting on the strength of The International ConasMsirl Moveof Comnunirt m9m activity m the Near Easr^ 8 9^ is noted that the BUU^ Pwty IT brad wj Aral iwrnbers ^ new ~*mher assent the Ante I-KJ the rary cutting off ,. Aaeno*! to Israel help the State ewiup ant 1 American propaganda d w J reel's few but h^hly-vaeji Cm'' muajai? This is a question v2l tjme may answer. jd>seef the most seme 1 tattered by the Commas* > ie Israel resslted Iron the ami of ps Mit opinion over the |M aeehatiovakia of t*o. bra}] for long terms after t sentenced net. since their extreme left mj Both had been trade ta MsaVl the Prague tna! f 1952 aphfl nfceeet Slam*? the forner a* tsry general of the Cm* Oasis] nmt Party, and other Cm*|__ meed to dark Oren. a leader c [ her. 1951. whUe or. his SIT ai from a eoaierenc* of the Coamj nistJed World Federatian of Tajj lin. Accased of "taj subverwre Ciech >;ate." Mr. Cka wm seat to jail for 15 vtuilj man Orenstein. the other leaf! ', sjst a life sentence. The fate of the two aea •' October 30th by Sfcssij rect. Israel is threatened by Arahj a u>L a special Subcommittee on! Kai r br rf Charge d Affaire || •HONE CO. "Xommumst mobs" which, according to Mr Streibert. are attacking Arnericans and US installations m the Arab world. Mr. Streibert has described Arab Communist violence nmwrt Amrncmi with specific reference to Jordan, Syria and Prague Mr Security Affairs of the Senate For-! 'T^J ^"1 Kada ^,! hw "" etgn Relations Commsttee hssanuUr*^ ^** **' 1 <**£• %  fashed statistics showing Z^ ******* qgj*L, mated 36090 actire CTnil mmnsj ?> %  < JM 11 .** ^Z*2rA the Arab Leagne states surroundtOT *" %  %  r re| P D tag Israel This number is larger art; MIAMI, PLA. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOUDAT Miami Bearb Am ning € •. Bert J. BcaDy. Owmmr — H. F. Ton) Goodman. Masagsr SEBVOIG MIAMI BEACH ALL TEAR BOUWD FOB HOME OB BUSINESS 1125 Fiftn Strwet Phono 5-TM5 Miami Beach ""I then the prese nt mem beramp flg • ^** r -JS^tJ'r?^en^^oherBh. meat asked the Lnited Satmes Seg^,^ -> **, However, an I-rael cunty Council to censure Israel lathe -strongest" terms for the Kih' ?* tt ** 1 %  *• %  ** %  • pa ratd which wm actually a eoun' | "j 1 *** %  K**^ "*• origmelteroction by Israelis brought about' •* inm Wei Jordan. %  exactly fa the Arab terrorism Mr Strci^ *?**,"** •*** u "e seems to be news any more. The stoningf ofl ImVary center oa BN\\ BAR MIAMIS FINEST 23 N.E lrt AVENUE RtiSTAI RA.Vr October 2 l*V>L*,.nb in Jordan. mentioned against the JewiaT*State Speaking of the current situation in the Near East, the mrttee warned of -sources of C Downtown) the press la the^laot tree years, \ naias strenrth It revealed that TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA JOHN H. BARCUY MIAMI ,h information center at Baghdad, m Jor ds n "there are a few Com 'has suffered YVora three Tiorent rnuni-ts and many sympathiaers| | mob attacks The' most recent one.) %  *** th* Palestine CArab) refu IwMjemT. ruined the fabrar, cm ;gees" YK aben Israel refused de-: XKT L^ ""ds for the wholesale re admis The Communists. said Mr — „, u .. I Streibert. "do not limit their ,,.; ^ ^ refugees the state was' 1961. I-rf 1 deliverwl flj to Prague cor.cerniat uWJ The onl) inf^rnatiaj about the triak isl that Mr. Orenstein had beea dsgj ed with "criminal arU" Caecimskwakia and acu hmwj the Casch nabon 1-rael bad rata seeght release of the tea OCLON Czech Caiernmrnt refused prs*| ferae Israel diplomas;rsBJ in Prague to se or for 1-rael atta to represent the brad citizeaTi The Israel Foreign ^J still seeking to learn sprcac the aatare of the cnarfes.. to smfl Tax Consultant 218 Catalonia Ave. Accountant Pbxme 83-4715 FTTZPATRICal' PAINT CO. 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DAY. DECEMBER 4, 1953 +Jewlstin*rid*Mi PAGE 13 A reedom is More Valuable Than Oil, Senator Tells Convention NEW YORK (JTA>—The fourbay convention of the National pommittee for Labor Israel, attended by more than 3,000 delegates bom all parts of the United States, Canada and Latin America, conluded here Monday with the adoption of a $5,000,000, quota for the furrent Histadrut campaign. The invention marked the 30th anniversary of the Histadrut campaign this country. The convention adopted a resoution calling to task the United jlations for its resolution censurog Israel. At the sarne time, it |rged the United Nations to hasten he peace conference which Israel as asked the Secretary General to Dnvene. It also expressed the hope that our own government, with be same alacrity that it displayed i pressing for a motion of censure, rill call for a real step toward eace." At a session in Carnegie Hall last light, Israel Ambassador Abba than charged that the Western owers had embarked on a policy avoiding any irritation of the rab countries. He said that the eace conference with Jordan for bhich Israel had asked, invoking [rticle J2 of the armistice agreement which provides for compul[>ry meetings in critical situations, Jay mark a turning point in the jbled situation on Israel's borers. Oregon Senator Wayne Morse, ddresslng the audience, described tistadrut in Israel as a worldwide ,-mbol of "freedom for free workin a free society." He pledged Senefer Wayne Mane ... folks to Hiitodr.t himself to continue to be a member of "that small band" of members of Congress to whom the freedom of Israel was of greater value than Arab oil The session was addressed by Mayor-elect Robert F. Wagner, of New York, who greeted the delegates. The convention closed with the election of national officers of the organization, .several of them for their 31st year m office, including Joseph Schlossberg as national chairman of the National Committee for Labor Israel and Isaac Hamlin. national secretary. Seven-Foot Menorah to Be Lit in Coral Gables On Sunday, December 6th, at 7:30 p.m., on the outdoor patio of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Irvin Robinson will invoke the blessings on the fifth annual candle righting of the Seven foot Chanuka menorah. Members of the Boy Scouts and Men's Club, headed by Lou Auerbach and Lee Elman, will serve the Chanuka latka delicacies in keeping with the festival. Featured VHII be the dramatic presentation of; The Magic Top, to be presented^wcostume by children of the Religious School. Beth El Students Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual leader, this week announced that the Beth FA Religious Schools /will hold aChanuka celebration and assembly party on Sunday morning, December 6th, 10 a.m., at 500 SW 17th Avenue. Children will present a varied program based on the theme of Chanuka. THE WEEK... BI SEE IT i> are reatfyat our tfeWH 1 "posts' to„meeA,th, enemy. We are waiting >r the hour to strfkeZ'uqsn ,voJ I R seems to ntt si>l'*.h*e aspects which the Security Council, iti oenste'offiltrael; r 'igriore'd. The press, and. radio, of, ^he; Jewish nte are coataartty:rtbfJttibanl
  • temper continued and unpunished Arab intransigence. I charge the Lmted Nations* an amorally-motivafed Big Three working behind its luppet Tripartite 1951 Declaration and a confused US State Department l-ith responsibility for the October 19th border incident. No portrayal If Israel's security situation is accurate or complete which does not ike into account the background of political, economic and propaganda rarfare against Its physical proximity to the Arab nations and its vulnerability in the face of an Arab leadership determined to destroy it. This, General Bennike's report and the Security Council censure tiled to take into account. If tt were truly concerned with peace and ecurity, it should not have isolated a single incident out of context; •hould have criticized all acts of violence. "It is neither true nor ist to record conclusions on the basis of transient-events without contemplation of the great streams of hatred and ihostility which imp across Israel's frontiers from north, east and south," Ambassador pnan indicated in bis November 12th address. The invoking of Article XU must finally force the Arabs to come the peace table. This will end their advantage — the perpetuation anauthorired warfare to make the 1948 agreements ineffectual. The rab states, alone, among the members of the United Nations, have lade continuation of hostility to a neighbor a central and avowed obective of their national policy to be proclaimed at every turn and to communicated, if possible, by contagious pressure, to the rest of he international community. There can be no security without peace. Mr. Eban is now putting the right shoe on the right foot. TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES HAPPY CHANUKA L. L. POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1B5I Lenox Areamo S-SW i\:.i —:.. SEASOHS GREETIHCS TO OUR FRIENDS THE SPORTS CENTER "Where Fishermen Meet" Largttt 100*. Tackle Shop — Tackle For Ron* — 'aekla JWp lr Ml Kinrfa of Bait Opp Flaridian Molal Opan 7 Daya Phone 5-iszi Opp. 535 We.t Avmut, Miami Baach Larry Oartenbera A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Security Abstract Co. 44 N. E 1st Ave. Jordan Issues Vague Reply to Eban Continued from Pag* 1 A and place of the parley, which observers feel are at the discretion of the Secretary General. (The Times of London said it was a "pity" that the UN Security Council had failed to combine its censure of Israel over the Kibya incident with strong support for Israel's initiative in calling a conference with Jordan. While Israel's motive in calling the conference may have been tactical, the paper declared, "the move was, in itself, commendabfe t ;') .„,.,. V ,. J .-....-.. Wl i fa r **"T *W* tirftatf : Nf Customers A Moif Happy Cfcativka REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO. 255 ALHAMBRA CIRCLE Phones 13-2581 A 4-0123 ThtT#L 194*35 WnMivtr Jimmy fact, Pttfrrtafar RANDY'S Package Good* LOUNGER-BAR Family Style Meals Serred ENTERTAINMENT 13420 N.W. 7fl AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS Paramount Soda Shop 253 East Flaqlar Straat Miami, Florida Phone 8-9244 CONGER LIFE INSURANCE CO., Inc. ALL FORMS LEGAL RESERVE INSURANCE Including Hospitalization Health — Accident 1629 N.W. 35th St Ph. B5-4231 GREETINGS... Come la mi $— the MOST BlAUTIfUL (flamingo Room) and the LAK01ST Neora Dining loom and Assembly Hall in fhe South CAN SEAT 700 OUR LOUMCE NCW1T DECORATED Mary Elizabeth Hotel 642 N.W. 2nd AVENUE. MIAMI. FLORIDA "Negro Omm-4 mmd Operated" Phone 2-8105 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BONFIRE 1700 N. BAY CAUSEWAY 79th Street Causeway Phone 84-4451 Sam Winer Abe (Sparky) Nissenbaum A Happy Chanuka To All Our Friends and Patrons 'tm^ INTERIOR D E C 0"R A T O R S Fine Furniture 732 4Tif STREET MIAMI BEACH r—TTA Happy Chanuka To Our friendi And Customers Hoyden Cleaners


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    DECEMBER 4. 1953 *• Jew 1st nor Mian L. —W i — : ink Named Chairman of Annual GMJCC leeting; Myers will Read Year's Report PAGE 15 A {ichard Fink, Miami attorney, i been appointed chairman of annual meeting of the Greater imi Jewish Community Center, was announced by Stanley C. rers, president. The meeting will held on Monday night, Decem|r 7th, 8:15 p.m., at the Center's n Brunch auditorium, 450 SW th Avenue. The Center's annual meeting on special significance this lur because it is participating toMhcr with hundreds of Jewish Immunity centers throughout the jntry in a celebration of the Utb anniversary of the center [ivement in America," Fink said. The GMJCC. now completing is id year as a county-wide leitime agency, combines the neea of previously separate ?ncies existing in Miami and Mini Beach." [Reports at this meeting will infcate the beginning of extension rvic-ps in new and outlying areas roughout Dade County, which is Center's attempt to keep in ide witq Hie sharp rise in the Lpulation of Greater Miami. In ke with this increased service, Center is now conducting a ipaien to enroll hundreds of Iw members, |Thp program will include the ndlin.c of the Chanuka menorah, appropriate prayers will be ofred by Harry Levine, president, ilden Age Friendship Club,fcach BraHch. The Flagler-Graida Glee Chjb will render several flections in keeping with the holi\y [Featured will be the first public mwing of the,Center's new docuentary film. Recreation For The pinle Family. The film, which Jows the range of Center activifrom the nursery school krouuh Golden Age, was photoraphed by Mark"'Levin, with a pipr by Brmmuet-Vi ufJi, euilu Irpctor of activities. 'in' annual M\s, and the: lent from Efraim Ht Gale, exeqp* jve director. Greetings from the" prater Miami Jewish Federation I be offered by Carl Weinkle, resident. Officers and Board of •irectors for the new year will be Ported' at this meeting. The annual meeting Planning lommittee includes Fink, chairJan, Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs. Iirman Feldman, Ed Moore, Mrs. Jamuel Gertman, Mrs. Benjamin filler. Julian Weinkle. Milton Balm. N. B. Rood, Mrs. Lewis Sternh' in. Mrs. Abraham Cohen, Mrs. ponroe Gelb, Mrs. Morris Honigaum, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Carl iisskind and Mrs. Paula Orlik. Richard Fink Dramatic Hit Set For Hoards at ilagler Center Jack, Shaw, director, will present his production of You Can't Take It With You at the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center, on Saturday. December 5th and Sunday, December 6th. Shaw, a graduate of the Yalt School of Drama and a member of the Center, has welded together a large east of talented players drawn from the membership of the center. "A preview of the rehearsals promises a most .entertaining and .professional ^performance of this iBvdadway aqd "Hd!&i4oaipht,'| tof Shew predicted. All proceeds derived from the show will go to the Building Fund, Greetings Brennan Construction Corp. PHONE 7-7331 5600 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA Council of Jewish Sisterhoods to..,,,., Meet in All-Day Session Wednesday Uter-School Program The After-School Program of the (water Miami Jewish Community fenter, Town Branch, will present chanuka party on Friday afterloon at 3:30 p.m. All children be|ween the ages of six and 11 are nvited. The Challenge Of Living Juda ism will be the theme of the Council of Jewish Sisterhoods meeting in an all-day session at the Victor Hotel on Wednesday, December 9th. The Council is the Greater Miami Chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Rabbis Moses Mescheloff, Shmaryahu T. Swirsky and Simon April will participate in a panel discussion on the theme at the luncheon session. They will take as their topics The Synagogue And The Sisterhood, The Religious School And The Home and Living Judaism In The Community. Mrs. Swirsky will be moderator. The day's program will begin at 10 a. m., with a business session. ^GSTXprir, president, will be in charge. Mrs. Mescheloff is program chairmaji. Mrs. Jack -Rosenberg; president Of the SlsUrhoo* of Beth El aggregation, will report on the national convention of the Women's Branch held recently in New York. Do's And Don'ts For Speakers will be presented in pantomine by Mrs. Abraham Bergman and Mrs. Jacob Katz. Mrs. Louis Makovsky will present a paper on Pointers For Presidents. Discussants will be Mrs. Louis Shafkin, president of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob; Mrs. Frances Ullian, president of the Sisterhood of Knesseth Israel Congregation; Mrs. Meyer Katz, president of the Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah Congregation; and Mrs. William Weintraub, president of the Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi April will officiate at the candlelight installation of officers during the luncheon session, which will be presided over by Mrs. Joseph Schwadron. Cantor Bernard Kelemer will offer musical selections. Hostesses will include Mesdames GREETINGS Sylvan Paterno DRAPERIES CORNICES UPHOLSTERY SUP COVERS CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE 1418 S.W7lth Street Phone 3-0744 GREETINGS Frank Fischer — Steel Erector. Inc. 5708 NX 2nd AVENUE PHONE 84-1738 Leo Meyer, Jack Wucher, Morris B. Frank, Harry Shopiro, Milton W. 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Mrs. Weinstein is past president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah and presently is vice president of the Florida Region of Hadassah and the Florida Regional Youth Commission. The Mesdames Leo Chaikin, Arnold Seeder and Joseph Cherner are the Youth Aliyah chairmen-ofthe-month. GREETINGS TO ALL Florida Gas Corporation "BLUE FLAME GAS" 6400 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 89-1673 GREETINGS Seelhoff's Fabrics and Dryaoode 638 N.W. 62nd STREET Phone 784836 New Members Added To Flacjler Board The Women's Group fit the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center has announced the election of three new members to its Board. The Mesdames Estelle Lash, Arnette Shaw and Jennie Mae Clein will be welcomed as the new addi tions at the next Board meeting to be held on Tuesday, December 15th. Mrs. Harry Hirsh, donor chairman, has announced that with the sales of Chanuka items finished, donations will be continued through the sale of religious articles. 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    ! 1 PAGE 16 A + ifiiiirkr**ar !" DAY DEC EMBER i ,. f I Bi Dr. Mazar Given Honorary Degree By Hebrew Union College Institute NKW YORK — Jerusalem has as Wurusalim. deriving the name a Hebrew-Canaanite root been eoniinuoeaay settled for at least five thousand years and has been renowned as a center of worship and a holy city from times from word which means -foundation." Dr. Mazar said. The city's history is indicated by lonjj predating the kingdom of the five names it bears in the David. Dr. Benjamin Mazar. archaeBible, he added. He listed the an ologist and president of the Hebrew I cu n( name Yerushalem. Salem for University in Jerusalem, declared j short; Zion, the name of the city's at a special academic convocation eastern mountain, north of which of the Hebrew l/nion College-Jew-1 stands the Holy Place; the city of ish Institute of Religion in New York. Leader of expeditions which have explored the past of the anthe Jebusijes or Jibus, its name before the conquest by David; City of David, its designation after cient city. Dr. Maisr traced the Davids conquest; and finally, City settlement of Jerusalem bark to | of Judah. the Holy City, the City of the end of the fourth and the be God. ginning of the third millenium' m recognition of Dr. Manr's BCE. as he reviewed the role ||h ,, „,, m archaeologist, his Jerusalem in history berore an audience of 500 Bible scholars. an and as president of the He arvhseologists and religious lead ( brew University, the Hebrew Union cr ^ i-.llegeJewish ha i Ml f of Religion Early Canaanites knew the city conferred upoa ham the honorarydegree of Doctor of Hebrew Let ters. Dr. Nelson Glueck. president of the College-Institute, conferred the degree and Mr. Arthur Lourie. as sistant director general of the State of Israel"* Ministry of roreign Af fairs, participated in the ceremonies. The Hebrew Union School of Sacred Music, training center for Cantor-Educators, presented a special program of Jewish liturgical music. The College-Institdte. which trains Rabbis for service to Liberal and Reform congregations, receive* its annual maintenance support through the Combined Campaign. TO. ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA EDWABDS PROUI < i; CO. 1280 N.W. 22nd Street Ph< u ^ B. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Line of FeettHxecs far All Occasion, INSECTICIDES and SUPPLIES Call 87-2816 6110 S.W. 72nd Street South torn Sisterhood Rummage Temple Israel Sisterhood opened its annual Rummage Sale at 220 West Flagler Street Monday. Mrs. Louis Rirschfield. chairman, will still weleeeae additional merchandise and assistance te keep the tale in operation for ten days to two weeks. All merchandise can be delivered at anv time during the day. Proceeds will go to the Building j Fund for the new Religious School. Lounge Social Evening A new lounge social evening has been added to the teen-age program af the Greater Miami Jewish Com[ munity Center. Town Branch, it I was announced by Miss Dolores Kate, teenage advisor. The lounge social program will be held on Tuesday evening and will be a meeting place for all ] teen agers in the community. Fea] tared in the program will be shuf| fie boaid. table tennis, various : table games and dancing. n. IROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-26S5 Hooting and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami. Florida 3148 S.W. ZZndStr**] : I % At a special academic convocation in New York. Di. Benjamin Marax Jeft' president of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. receives an honorary degree from Dr. Nelson Glueck. president ot the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute at Rebgion. America s only seminary of Retorm htdauan ootrJecred the degree upon Dr. Masai in recognitia* of his c o n trirw i no ns to scholarship as archaeologist and historian and as e: Israel's only university. AUTO LOCK *. "OLESALE A L E M*amj Convalescent Home %*Kin C' to IH Elderly an* Curon.catty 111. Hwr Nuriag Sr*. le Saacial Diate SWictly Ot••- Pvjt tr.i Sa".-arivata Kt LEO ALLEN. sw. ins *MM P O ii H •-** an* Complete and ^bependat/e cTiJ/e $e)wt I AMI TITLC & Qktract Co. M tt YEARS Or TITLE SERVICE IR DADE COURTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSU1 Titit hmweau Pefides ef Kamea CHy TMa sniaiii Ce. Caaxtai. Sm pt m i A hu n ti 124 SHOHELAND ARCADE TELEFKCMI HI TRAC*< r.StB StTWt Setw^ee K. E 2m -• %  • II IES0IICES E1CEEI SI HILLIII IILUIS



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    I By ALFRED WERNER Attic shape! fair attitude!" lohn Keats hailed an ancient Man urn whose graceful beauty %  red some of the British poet's |t verse. I can also imagine a I to be thrilled by the charm of lid chanuka menorah. But has \ne ever been tempted to desin glowing terms of excite|t .mil affection, the melodious of lines in an eight-branched llestick? r arc a people basically like \r peoples, and those — whethhey be anti-Semites or Jews lilc to the arts — who claim art is an antithesis to Judaor that Jews were, with few Options, devoid of talent in the m of plastic arts, are utterly laken. It is true that prior to 1800 there were few artists ^wish origin, but there are reafor this apparent failure to luce great paintings or sculpMy belief is that the .main an for a comparative dearth of tic creativity in the European It... was the Jews' insecurity, feeling that they had no perent homes, that any day after | of months or even years perion necessitating flight might out. %  s might commission crafts< fellow-Jews or Gentiles) to le beautiful religious articles |l. were a necessity for synaand home and which could aken along in an emergency, | they did not tolerate their |al Judengasse apartments with ar art the way Christians bed their homes. Only In a |places, especially some cities Italy and Holland, did Jews secure enough to acquire of non-religious art. They bnizod Rembrandt and other (tian artists, but there were bwish artists because no acadewould accept Jews as pupils, (miring some superb 17th and century menoroth. owned by York's Jewish Museum, I ght of those who have been fag. that the Second Command ("Thou shall not make unto I a graven image") was responfor Israel's alleged blindness |h\sical beauty. Undoubtedly, are wrong, for these fine exof ecclesiastic art clearly jal a yearning for sensuous |ty that found expression, not in graceful shaping of the lional instrument itself, but althe addition of all sorts of khtful ornaments: flowers, anii. even human figures. Surely i^Je\wi^^ MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1953 SEC. B The Beauty of the Chanuka Menorah (people who live in constant danger of life cannot bother to think long and tenderly of the beautification of their spiritual existence). Real museum pieces are not plentiful, but what is missing in quantity is well made up by quality. Some of the Chanuka lamps for the homes are real gems. They had to be small since they were placed on a windowsill facing the street, their function being to proclaim the radiant joy of the Feast of Lights. Every household, however poor, had its lamp to celebrate the victories of the Maccabees. Generally, eight candles were mounted in a row in front of a metal panel which reflected the glow of the candles in an intricate manner. Often this panel is pierced delicately into silhouettes of different design, for instance, a candelabrum flanked by stylized lions and birds and topped by the Hebrew inscription, Chanuka. Other motifs used include palm trees, clusters of grapes, the Crown of the Law or the Ark of the Covenant, the latter at times flanked by two figures, representing Moses and Aaron. The Hebrew Union College owns two beautiful little menoroth which were made in a subtle filigree technique. One, made in Poland in the 18th century, shows a crowning cock perched atop a crown — chanticleer alluding, of course, to the light of the sun which he greets, and. by implica tion. to the Feast of Lights. Equally charming is a somewhat larger German menorah of the Napoleonic era: made in the "Empire" style, it is shaped like a temple. For over 2,000 years, the Chanuka menorah has been the symbol of Jewry's determination fervently to embrace its ancient heritage even in the face of great persecution. For today's young generation, the menorah continues to recount the tale of the Maccabees and their unprecedented heroism. voice that spoke from it was defNot all Chanuka lamps, of initely Jacob's. Asked whether he course, were work:; of art. Jews would include menoroth made by of the poorer classes could not With aiMtftfMl j^^J"^ | ^ Gothic rt yle. There are Italian low the candelabrum pattern of the seven-branched candlestick of the Temple in Jerusalem, a type known to us from the Arcs of Titus in Rome. This ancient type was replaced by the familiar eightbranched candelabrum plus shammes in commemoration of the Chanuka miracle. There are three arrangements of these nine lights; either all are in one row on one level; or four on each side of the shammes which is elevated on the center stem; or a third variation: eight lights in one row, with the shammes swinging towards the congregation. One of the most beautiful "candelabrum type" menoroth was owned by the philanthropist Jacob H. Schiff whose daughter. Mrs. Felix M. Warburg, presented it to the Jewish Museum. Made of silver, it is the work of a German master, Johann Adam Boiler, of Frankforton-Main, and nearly two and a half centuries old. The base is adorned with enamel medallions of Biblical scenes; in the center of the middle trunk a rampant lion holds the coat of arms (with stag and dove) of the family for whom this piece was made. The branches arc adorned with filigree buds, the handle of the shammes is in the form of the lion of Judah with an oil pitcher and the center stem is topped by a figure of Judith who, tradition has it, killed Holofernes at the time of the Chanuka festival. It is typical of the more liberal western patrons of art to permit the craftsman, usually a Christian, to place a human figure upon a menorah — often a Judas Maccabaeus. On the brass menoroth of Poland, made by Jews, the lamp is topped, instead, by an eagle, the national emblem of Poland. The Jewish Museum contains, however, a Polish menorah on which, curiously, the shammes is held by the figure of a man. To permit use of the instrument in the synagogue, the nose of the figure was chipped off. as a compromise between art and the Second Commandment. Although the Jews "of Europe lived in seclusion before the French Revolution opened the ghetto gates, the cultural trends of the Christian majority are clearly discernible in Jewish ritual arls. We know a 14th century lamp of French or Spanish origin, decorated with lions and a salamander (the svmbol of fire) which reflects Gentiles in the category, "Jewish | afford to commission a noted masArt," Dr. Stephen S. Kayser, curator of the Jewish Museum, answered affirmatively: "Jewish art Rabbis who did not object to ; is art applied to Judaism — it does sculptural "excesses" knew Bible well — in the 'Second 1 not depend on who produces it. A similar idea was expressed by pnandment the "prohibition" utistic objects is mitigated: shall not bow unto them serve them" — what is forlen is not art per se but the It ion of such forms as could be phipped in the manner of the (ns. leed. it would be difficult to Sine an entire people blind to sical beauty, or to assume that | Jewish soul had exhausted itin what Matthew Arnold callmessage of "conduct" and edience to the word of the There were quite a few emancipation Jews who, like lei of the Bible, possessed the s "to work in gold, and in siland in brass." The brass meth produced in Poland and othEastern European countries re almost exclusively the work Jewish craftsmen. In Poland, fish brass smiths could be found enty up to the Second World The skills were handed down father to son throughout the Muries in strict observance of Talmudic admonition that a i-h father ought to teach his a trade, "for if one does not so, it is like teaching him roofer". In the West, the majority of me T<>!h were made by non-Jews; Iny menoroth are clearly markwit h initials of Christian siltsmiths. In some cases motifs knistabably alien to the Jewish pit were introduced, "smuggled" |o the work, we might say. As I rule, however, the elder who 7 11 missioned the piece, was able [ infuse his philosophy into the "istian craftsman to such a de£e that while the hands that kde the object were Esau's, the Professor Guido Schoenberger of New York University: "Art can be considered Jewish even if it is produced by a non-Jewish artist, as long as it is made for a Jewish purpose'" tcr and had to put up with simple and often crude vessels containing small wells for oil or spikes for candles. Small congregations could not afford beautiful large menoroth. majestic in size and shape. Hence, what has come down to us in undiminished glory, chiefly from the 17th and 18th century, speaks for a degree of wealth, just as it indicates that the worst waves of persecution were then over eight little lions are made to open their jaws from which the wicks Chanuka lamps adorned by Chrisproject tongue-like. Whereas most. Uan artists of the Renaissance with lamps employ ony one shammes mythological figures suck>M tritons (the recovable servant added to and nymphs, while Ilerr Johami the eight from which these are lit). Adam Boiler in h.s richly decorthe above described specimens ated work expressed the spirit: of each have two servants symmetrithe German baroque in the early 18th century. In recent years, efcally placed. forts were made to produce meThere is another type of menor-, noroth tha< whj e jn keeping with oth which is very large (often sev-! t ra{ jjtj 0 n, would express the spirit eral feet high), meant for the syna-j 0 f our age which shuns ornaments These usually fol-' and stresses the beauty of design. gogue service. Formost 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami. Florida Kosher Sausage Co. Phones 3-0721-2 3-4225



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    PAGE 2B +JelstrkrkMan Rabbi Mescheloff Opens Late Service Rabbi M-t Mt acfcriotl will open the winter >eru>'s of Friday nipht lectures at Congregation B*-th Jacob. 8:30 p.m., oq Decaanbar -uh V: DM i>.>-; 16 years. the has chosen the Chanuka Sabbath to betfin thi~ -t:. t He %  rill <1i>. \ H M T MBBJ cribing "the striviaf for religious \iom and the preservation of and poial up the heroisai raquired m caek home by every individual." Cantor Aaron WeiagMten will present a program of Chanuka me:. i will lead in commuSabbath refreshments will be erved at the close of the service' I committee of Siers. headed by Mrs Louis Shaikin. president Rabbi Meseheloff. whose srr < have been included m the :al publication of the Best Sermons Of The Ve3r for the past 12 *>..,• 0 f f ne Execu ar.d the Ad\i<,>ry B >ards of 'he Rabbinical Council of America. Miami Beach in 1937. • • %  1 in the cultural, recommum;-. H h Is th-> ofthe J. na! Kir* I 6 Coffee Shop ir% ^SERni r*M> ausf s i c a M Anshe Eaies to Meet %  s tSh. 8 pu %  • %  %  jr. (CtrathLj Haven HO*EL Om Htt Ocm 411 OCEAN OS.Vt > \ r : -• tar it for X-r C ~ i S*tMT itrkthf Ktthtr DINING ROOM -£ R*"ES 1 3 ( %  ffo* Reeenvef c KIM 5-46 1 STRATH ^ J ;" i i f k**AAA**4* CHAN'S RESTAURANT 2147 S.W. 8th STREET Half Np:• ...„ Oem w.th Doubl* EPOur R„„r, t "" INDIVIDUAL *TTENT 1W GIVEN TO THOSE ON SPEC *L DIET! •27 LENOX AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE S4-W1. REMEMBER TON CAN %  SWf Of T FlttST fOOD AT TUQ MENDELSOHN'S "WW RESTAURANT A CATERERS Corner 41st St. A Royal Palm Avenue. Miarri E-.ch Telephone 54-7074 Air Condition Diaaers eaiU Certe Tr ea itieaal Dmaen Oei, „ ^ THE VICTOR HOTEL 1144 Ocean Drive, Miami Beech NOW OPEN MMNC ROOM OPEN TO TM PNBUC STRKTIT K Phone 5-0041 eraee mmf Oeereeeal fey Jeaee* %  % % %  eW Feearfy ROSEDALE CAfaUMm • KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE D'NING ROOM | • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 1 atrrimq for ail size Parties 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET PHONE WW VARIETY CREATES APPETITE! WOLFFS BROWN KASHE Ml #ct or^'*jd roeiN>d njf.kt Aovor of 10C% reel bucfcsfceot *>ot ooei over tgf Son i thei %  ec-S'M owo*oi y —serve it • $oup$ .. w %  • m iVr*9v f w y t. rxxJoV-gi. pancohe* %  M ::•.--•:-•0UWM ':..-• =-d %  wrfew trcN. Sc oood o aoey wovv Rack at pro*eai oe^ cher %  H c^ei c*— food IUI*V DEUCIOUS %  NUTRITIOUS %  THMFTY : r j' %  oi"uiii>'iiiiii :. c'-. BLACK r. CAESAR *IM IMIU Br I \l BINT JamcuA. Jc\. CMAICOAL 1*0 ao STtais LAMt CMC ccelts.* '* it 0B Sill AT FOOB r tiff STORES -E. SiCN 'OOO EC*LT ES £•;-. D**tnn,jter* J2 N E** *ES.E P-OSE J IIBI Caatplefefy Air CiaaftiieU 1 ntf IEST IN lOSHEt POORS KOSHER RESTAURANT A • E I IC AfIS S ll 4 Waif t fa y er i e exe %  %  Hmim? Pfaaiail TRADmONAl FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS SIM Deiicatessee H Take Baa* 1141 WA S IBM S TON AVE. OPPOSITE CITT BAU MUMI UM* — U I (-. SJI--31Oa ew 3i •I : AIR (OIIITIf 1 ( 1 Trocadero Kosher Restaurant 2W STOFT 1 liocV off Coflifts AvcftM -TBE ARfSTOCfATK SOTKl Of fOSBtR CBIS.NEUtiUa, PteHet ', Ox. SteeA. Okapa. SbeaaA. leeteer* try Ckickum. Otrwm. -liill.i. etc faJ Ceeae UM fraa SIM aeaa e la Carte WE CATER FOR AU OCCASIONS 1 { S-CSS1 TRAIL CAFETERIA ANaTT RAZR1. ..e, 2546 S.W. 8th Street — Phone 8iV6255 AN C( F ~* Tm Flrm*r Ail The FmmU 9 DAILY SHOAL EUTBEE: LOTICH 2Sc DOIKEH 49c CTBTRRA f. RAr NOW OPEN BARCELONA GARDENS 866 PCMKE de LeoR todevant Serving ExcJasive FUU COUtSC DINNERS PREPARE0 TNf fRVOPEAN AN* AMRRaTAR atANRER RMRER TBE SMHRVrSMN Of RATIORUUr fMNVN BANS R. PlfTER -i



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    Judge Goldberg to be Principal Speaker At Van Straaten ZOA Dinner on 13th Judge Joseph Goldberg, vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, will be principal speaker at the December 13th testimonial dinner to Alex Van Straaten at the new Sterling Hotel, Announcement of .Turige GoMherg's appearance here was made by Leo Robinson, chairman of the dinner which is sponsored by the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District. Judge Goldberg is national chairman of the membership committee i of the ZOA. "In view of the fact that Alex Van Straaten is undoubtedly one of the best membership committee chairmen in the countryit is fitting that Judge Goldbent will be speaker." Robinson said. Judge Goldberg is judge of the | central district court of Worcester. Massachusetts, and honorary president of the New England Zionist Region. He was president of. the New England Zionists from 1939 through 1941 and served as president of the Worcester Zionist District for the past 25 years. lie is past president of the Central New England B'nai B'rith and has served as chairman of the Worcester United Jewish Appeal. Judge Goldberg is a graduate of the Boston University law School I Of Clark I niversity He is a member of the Massachusetts Judi oial Council. Some 400 person* are expected to attend the function honoring Van Straaten. past president and current treasurer of the Miami Beach-Nr.teI District. Fred Jonas and Se\mour B l.ieb-1 man are serving a.vice-chairmen of the dinner Judaeans to Mark Chanuka Festival The Young Judaea groups of Greater Miami will hold a joint celebration in honor of Chanuka on Sunday, December 6th, 3 p.m, at the Bureau of Jewish Education building, according to Joseph Pardo. chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission. Taking part In' the combined program will be the groups of the Maccabees. Chaim Weizmann Jr.. | Maccabeans. Haverot. Israelite Stars, Mogen David and Girls of Zion The program will consist of I lighting the Chanuka menorah. songs, dances, a playlet and refreshments. Working on the committee are Mrs. Dorothy Carp. Mrs. Winnie Sirkus. Mrs. Esther Berens. Marcia Gross. Helene Seidner and Harriet Sollway. •eMberf Physicians' Wives Meet PbysleJnBJ Wives Club will meet • •n V i evening IVcember >th. 8 15 p.m.. a] the home of Mrs. Elliott C Cohen. 580 West 49th %  in Be.K-h sirs Theodore Struhl will be in charge of a musi•n. featuring a reading on I The King And I *>* WORRY About Your FOOD A C^tpUtt Ce-T* Service aW outlr uJ Hots D onurmn Made to Order Rental of CHINA • SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment end all other details axru9*d for your formal end informal affair* PHONE 3-5463 NOHTS. SLN3A-S A MCI DAYS JACK 6. JILL CATERERS S* H-W ft*. St. Oft M tm, .•. Institute for Parents Set at Local Centers Helping parents to overcome fears in young children, which maybe harmful in later life, will be the theme of the third "Institute for Parents at the three nursery scboola of the Greater Miami Jew ish Community i enter. Dr Garfield Tourney, staff psychiatrist at the Jackson Memorial Hospital Psychiatric Clinic, will be guest speaker at the Town Branch on Tuesday tfnning. December 8th Dr. Margaret Bobbins, psychologist of the Child Guidance Center at the University of Miami, will conduct the Institute at FlaglerGranada Jewish Communitv ten ter. 50 NW 51st Place, on Wednesday evening. December 9th. Dr Walter M White, psychiatrist and executive director of the Dade County Guidance Clinic, will speak at the Miami Beach Branch the following Monday evening. December 14th. at 1536 Bay Road Chairmen are Flagler Granada. Mr* Ro>l>n Wants; Town Branch. MrSexmour Samet. and Beach Branch. Mrs Samuel Zibit Meeting at Beth David Mount Scopus Group of Hadassah will hold a card party at its regular monthly meeting on Monday. December 7th. at Beth David Synagogue. 2625 SW 3rd Avenue. Miami Junior Hadassah To Meet Tuesday The next meeting of the Miami I'nit of Junior Hadassah will be held on Tuesday. December 8th. 8 15 p.m at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, according to Ona Kaplan, vice president. Miss Kaplan said that the program for the evening will be about Chanuka. Social chairman, Pat Pearl, indicated that plans for the first annual formal dinner-dance to be held on Saturday. December 19th. at Pierres will be discussed. Wilma Snulman is membership chairman of the unit Uvdetti Chamber 0'onrert Set for itvaunt ant Hall The chamber music class of Jean BedetU will be pre>ented by the, Univexsst) of Miami School of Mu SK <.* Monday evening. December j 8 30 p m in Beaumont Hall. For this concert. 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    3AY. DECE MBE R 4. 1953 Jmrtsii fkrktton PAGE 5 B IB Warms Worldfide Chanuka ites with Gifts EVV YORK^$r?tt-w /ae chani?1 [ M rvicps and parties for Jewish serving with the US armed tea have been organized under i auspices of the National Jewish tlfnre Board by Jewish chaplains I the JVVB armed services field fi and volunteer committees Ini snow-covered Alaska and the | Bining jungles of the Caribbean Furope and war-devastated Ma. In Germany, GIs will be cha|a hosts to DP orphans, [.me 50.000 chanukah gifts packId at "wrapping parties" last Imer by Serve-A-Committee non volunteers of JWB's WornOrganisations' Division have shipped to all overseas areas prr I'S troops are stationed. The )oka gifts include pipes, walsames. books, records, droinnd holiday foods, which the ish chaplains will load into |r ifpps and carry to the remotDO.'t. addition to its regular ship\i, the Miami, F'lorida. Serve-Ajmittee sent rolls of polaroid to each of the 26 overseas U?h chaolains, who will take tos of the GIs at the chanuka nts and mail them home to their Icircn. Its Maos Tsur will ring out at iires and ceremonies from Jea to Greenland and the chanucandles will be lighted at cerepies in the Philippines, Hawaii, km. North Africa, Europe, AlasJlceland and the Caribbean, there will be no dearth of chain -pirit at Veterans Adrflinisliun Hospitals in this country as |l as at domestic on-post and Bmunity candlelighting services GIs. Chanuka activities will inile dinners, latke parties and lidel spins. At many military Its. huge lighted Menorahs have kn erected. xleah Marks Chanuka Children of the Hialeah-Miami rings Jewish Community Center |l present a program of plays and Dees at 10 a.m. Sunday. The Cent's annual latke party will follow |6:30 p.m. FINEST QUALITY SUNN*BR?.?KFARjJS^ J CREAM CHEESE 1 -* MAN UUCTUI ID FRESH DAILY Phone 9-06 01 2180 N. W. 13th Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA &f HftrtUKfiii i 1 MWlIk 'j: UCM in R-i i c' %  £ %  "1& mil %  w rx-K H %  %  fc^^^^ij Wv 1 % % %  ^1 *v %  • %  It's Chanuka, and the candles' warm glow spreads round the world as Jewish GIs, chaplains and patients in Veterans Administration hospitals, using JWB supplies, join in spirit the men and women, boys and girls, at communal celebrations held in Jewish community centers affiliated with the National Jewish Welfare Board. V AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE •i Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "instants" ... just as quick but tastes so superior I This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you, in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just add hot water... and instantly the burning "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOO! Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c-compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A rtoduO el G-.l foodi THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOOD-TO-THE-LAST-PROP FLAVOR!



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Miami Ave. 3-3331 INSURANCE The Huleh Project and the UN A US soil expert instructs an attentive Israeli student. The winning combination of American knowledge coupled with the determination of Israelis to increase the output of vegetables and fruit, in order that a more than doubled population may be adequately fed. makes the constant search for improved soil and water spreading techniques mandatory. The controversial Huleh project is thus pivotal in Israel's future economy. Israel Information Office Considerable confusion has been caused in recent weeks in connection with the character of certain water developments being conducted by the Government of Israel in the northern part of Israel above the Sea of Galilee. The nature of the works in operation and their implications for regional water schemes require to be examined in the light of the geographical and political situation. The River Jordan rises from three main tributary sources, the Dan. the Hasbani and the Banias The cource of the Dan lies in Israel territory; the source of the Banias lies in Syrian territory' and the source of the Hasbani in Lebanese territory' These three streams converge to form the River Jordan which flows through Israel territory until it falls into the Sea of Galilee, the entire are of which is also in Israel territory. Syria has never had a frontier on the banks of the Jordan or on the banks of the Sea of Galilee. After World War I. when Syria became a Franch and Palestine a British mandate, an Anglo French Accord was reached fixing the frontiers between the two countries. The Syrian frontier was set to the east of the Jordan River and to the east of the shores of the Sea of Galilee so that at no point did the Syrian frontier actually touch the banks of the Jordan or the shores of the Sea of Galilee. On the outbreak of Arab aggression against Israel in 1948 the Regular Syrian Army crossed the frontier and peasseratI ed Israel territoryWhen the : fighting died down Syrian troops • were in occupation of a small seg1 ment of territory' along pert of the eastern bank of the Jordan and at one point on the western bank. During the course of the fighting Israel's troops cleared Lebanese forces who had penetrated the western part of Galilee and in the course of hot pursuit occupied an area of 150 square kilometres of Lebanese territory. Subsequently, in 1949. Armistice Agreements were negotiated be tween Israel and the Lebanon on the one hand and Israel aRd Syria on the other. The negotiations with Lebanon preceded the negotiations with Syria. The United Nations Mediator. Dr. Ralph Bunche suggested that it would be equitable from all points of view for the Armistice frontiers between Israel on the one hand and the Lebanon and Syrian borders respectively on the other to be i fixed along the old frontier between these countries and Palestine at the point where it ran j before the Arabs launched their war. Israel accepted this view and l agreed in its Armistice Agreement with the Lebanese unconditionally | to withdraw its troops from the 150 square kilometres of Lebanese territory which they -_. tag. However when ^ to negotiate th??***' "t with SvnaX**.., rom the 2 souar, J*, erntory which thev £j*J~, in*. Subsequently thev L^^ that the territory thev „ should become AnUUufi" Armistice Agreement upon signed in July, 1949 LS Syrians retired to their cJJL tier which followed the „ "I the old international fn i£?J they had violated by the sion in May. 1948 The United Nations has y, merous occasion-, t 0 diW character of the demilitari^, on the Israel side of the Syrian border Dr. Ralphe i_ in an official letter dated Imi 1949. at the time of the of the Israel Syrian Ai !" Agreement, stated specificali,) there was no intention thai demilitarized zone should heI uum or a wasteland. It „, that the intention of the *3 Agreement wa that only tin strictions should apply to f^,, full activity in the den zone: a) that no forces should be 1 tioned there, and b) that the rights of the **| inhabitants of the zone shouldt be harmed in any way. 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    ^H)AY. DECEMBER 4. 1953 *Jewlstfhrkttan PAGE 7 B GLOBAL SHORTS Nazi Named to Church Council; lows Voko Protest VIENNA (WNS) —The appointment of a former well-known Nazi, Vndreas Rakowitsch, as representative of the World Council of thurches in Graz has been brought |>y Austrian Jews to the attention u the American representative of lhe World Council. In a pamphlet thich was used in indoctrination .ourses of the German Wehrmacht and the Hitler Elite Guard, Rakojitsch, among other things, attempted to "prove" that the Russian Revolution was not Russian but Jewish. Sharett Slated to Become Next Premier of Israel JERUSALEM (JTA>—Indications here point to Moshe Sharett's becoming the next Premier of Israel and holding on to the Foreign Ministry portfolio. A decision on this matter is expected when the Mapai Party political committee meets. Its decision must be ratified by the party's central council before it becomes effective. jr. Lowdermilk Returns From Israel; Lauds Development NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Walter Lowdermilk, American soil conlervation expert and author of the fcmous Lowdermilk Plan for the Jevelopment of the Jordan River, elurned here from Israel after bending more than two years here as consultant for the Food |ml Agriculture Organization of be I'r.ited Nations. In a statement kued to the press. Dr. Lowderliilk .-aid that the current tension etween Israel and the Arab counties is preventing development of the preatest potential breadbasket the world." He said Israel could a "demonstration area" from rluc'r the Arabs could learn to %  evelc p their own land and water esoiirces. CBS President Resigns From Fraternity Over Bar on Jews OXFORD (JTA)—Frank Stanton. president of the Columbia Broadcasting System, has quit his college fraternity after 25 years because of the fraternity's ban on the admission of Jews. His resignation from Phi Delta Tneta was disclosed this week in letters received by fraternity headquarters and to his college newspaper, the Ohio Wesleyan Transcript, at Delaware. Soys Native Anti-Semites Prodded by Propagandists WASHINGTON (WNS)—The native professional anti-Semites are echoing the campaign fostered by Arab diplomats in the United States who "use the Communist smear against Judaism and Zionism, repeat all the well-worn slanders and stigmatize as disloyal all Americans who sympathize with or give aid to Israel," Judge Meier Steinbrink declared here at the 40th anniversary convention of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. The former ADL chairman warned against political antiSemitism which, he said, consists of the injection of "false Jewish questions" into national issues. IS Zionist Groups Continue |o Assail Big Three Resolution NEW YORK (JTA) — Zionist boup throughout the country this leek continued to voice strong cri%  cism of the Big Three resolution In Israel now before the UN Selurity Council. The Labor Zionist )rgar.ization of America, at an Imergency meeting of its administrative committee here, condemned the resolution as "an abdication of put> toward peace." It called upon he US Government "to take its hand on the side of morality and pace as against intransigence and Klliserencv." lizrachi Urges Inclusion of Ion-Zionists in Jewish Group LONDON (JTA) — A proposal that the World Zionist Organization be reconstituted so as to be representative of the Zionist movenent outside Israel alone, was confined in a resolution adopted here It the annual conference of the %  lizrachi Organization of Britain. The Orthodox .Zionists also suggested that the World Zionist Executive, an elected body, coopt |ocal Jewish leaders who are not Eionists but who have proved themselves staunch friends of Israel, Ind that the Executive-plus these Bon-Zionist leaders together form the Jewish Asency. Stricter Regulation for Aliens Becomes Effective in Mexico MEXICO CITY (JTA)—A new immigration regulation which makes it more difficult for aliens to become permanent residents of Mexico has been put into effect by the Interior and Foreign Ministries since November 1st. The regulation also provides that prospective immigrants from Germany and Austria shall confirm the fact that they are not Communists and must attest to their "political reliability." Official Flies to Moscow to Negotiate Oil Purchases JERUSALEM (JTA) — Gideon Pearlman, a high official in the Israel Treasury, left by plane for Moscow this week to negotiate with Soviet authorities for the purchase of crude oil. Pearlman carried specific proposals for terms and method of payment for the oil that Israel seeks. Since his departure coincided with the the departure of a citrus marketing delegation for the Soviet Union, it is believed that some of the oil will be obtained on a barter agreement in exchange for citrus products. Jewish Congress Warns US Against Clemency to Nazis NEW YORK (JTA)—The World Jewish Congress has appealed to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to define the scope of the newly-established Allied German Board of Clemency in the US Zone of Germany, lest the 300 war criminals now imprisoned escape full punishment for their crimes. Further clemency, particularly for the high Nazis convicted in Nuremberg, the WJC warned, "cannot but weaken seriously" the Allied action on war criminals, as well as the foundations and authority of Allied military tribunals. 197 Hungarian Jews, Last to be Ransomed, Are in Israel HAIFA (WNS)—A group of 197, last of the 3.000 Hungarian Jews who were ransomed at $1,000 a head by American Jewish organizations, arrived this week in Israel from Naples, Italy, where they had taken ship. The group included 63 men, ail more than 50 years old, 93 women and 41 children. The Hungarian Communist authorities have made it plain that no more Jews will be allowed to leave the country. Britain Denies Backing Jordan Against Israel in Border Tiff LONDON (JTA)—A British Foreign Office spokesman here denied Israel Premier David Ben-Gurion's chargs that Britain had discriminated in favor of Jordan in recent border incidents. The spokesman said Britain had taken into account incidents caused by Jordanians, but drew a distinction between small and unorganized incursions and large-scale military operations. He claimed that Jordan had taken steps to prevent incidents and had punished Jordanians responsible for them. Miss Goldberg Named Hadassah Director NEW YORK — Miss Hannah L. Goldberg, noted woman Zionist leader, educator and administrator, ha* been appointed executive director of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, it was announced here by Mrs. Herman Shulman, national president of Hadassah. Miss Goldberg will succeed Miss Jeannette N. Leibel, who resigned as executive director — a post she held since 1936 — in order to accompany her husband, Arthur Lourie, newly appointed assistant director general of the Israel Foreign Ministry, to Jerusalem. 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    4. 1953 u Jm*Htinr ri&tii_ PAGE 9 B IE HULEH Mil PROJECT MID THE UNITED NATIONS ntinu.d from Prcding Pag* efore, was also devoid of any Jlidity. |A fifth objection was that the eration of the canal would deny iter for irrigation purposes to nan lands on the left bank of Jordan, south of the canal. The gel and American engineers sunising the canal construction Udied this problem with the eatest of care and came to the nclusion that the amount of Jor-4 In water they needed to deflect rough the canal for the operaL n of the hydroelectric plant buld not affect the flow of water iwii the existing channel of the rdan to a point which would in %  y way affect these lands. There fculd be adequate water left for irrigation purposes of these ids. The calculations made were clear and convincing that the Lvernment of Israel was in a poton to offer to General Bennike undertaking of full legally Hdirm commitments to ensure at times an adequate supply of Iter to these lands. Respite this situation, General Innlke. on September 23, 1953, nested the Government of Isn to stop operations "until agre|nt is reached." While not statpxplicitly. it appeared that by I' was meant an agreement beeen the Government of Israel Syria. This involved two In!-: first. Syria has no locus |n



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    )AY. DECEMBER 4, 1953 *Jewhtfhrkliar PAGE 11 B Watson to Address iple fsraef Sisterhood %  n Monday. December 7th, 130 [., Temple Israel Sisterhood will t its Chanuka meeting at" the jiple. Mrs. Harold Thurman. vice talent and program chairman. \mnounced that Dr. Edith Watj Schipper, Philosophy Professor |thr University of Miami, will ak on: Philosophy In Our PoliI.ife Today. Chanuka celebration will id out the program with the ^cation by Mrs. Joseph R. Narot. |r. Watson, whose father was a ijregational missionary, was in China and spoke Chinese ore she spoke English. She was |ucht to the United States when was 16 y.ears old artd was edutd at Carlton University. She reted the PhD degree from Radio when Dr. Jarrett Schipper. of the Philosophy Departjt at the University of Miami, getting his from Harvard. |akinu part in the Chanuka porof the program will be the Idames Joseph Bulbin, shamos; tin Van Zamft, 1st candle; Isaac jn, 2nd candle; Edward Klein, candle: William Lehman, 4th ; Kate Meidenberg, 5th canHarry Raskin, 6th candle; Irv[Reinhorn. 7th candle; and Harkoyell, 81h candle. ir<. Harry Simons, chairman of [Hostess Committee, will greet kibers and friends. New Chanukah Recipes add Gay Modern Touch to Ancient Holiday Each of tho Jewish holidays has its own special mood — and the mood of Chanukah, with its games, its charades, its songs and good, lusty eating, is essentially one of gaiety. It is a family festival, celebrated primarily in the home — and that places particular emphasis on the part the kitchen plays In maintaining the holiday spirit. As far back as the Middle Ages, Chanukah diversions have kept pretty well to a pattern. The "dreidel," it is known, traces its origin as a holiday amusement to the twelfth century or earlier and many of the other traditions observed to this very day go back even further than that. But in the kitchen, tradition* keep pace with the times, and even the Chanukah "latkes," the traditional pancakes served as part of virtually every Chanukah meal, have taken on a modern aspect, as the recipes provided by the B. Manischewitz Company (given below) serve to indicate. Among other items of longstanding custom on the Chanukah menu are potato puddings, in countless variations, or their thoroughly modern — and thoroughly delightful — counterpart, the whipped potato pie, which is another of the new holiday recipes suggested by the Manischewitz firm, long famous for Its polneering role in adapting traditional kosher dishes to present day needs and eating habits. Other recipes suggested by the Manischewitz people reveal how much the gay, festive spirit of the holiday has invaded the kitchen, adding a light-hearted touch to traditional Chanukah meals. Housewifely ingenuity, often taxed by the special demands of special-occasion meals, will find one answer to the problem in such novel treats as "winter strawberries" and "dreidel" cookies, both of them sure to delight the family and contribute to the joy of celebrating the age-old Feast of Lights. In addition to helping the woman of the hdflse with such welcome suggestions as the recipes given hrtow, the B. Manischewitz Company has provided a number of short-cuts to good cooking, and equally good eating, in its wide variety of choice kosher foods, famed both for their quality and their worksaving convenience. The list includes such items as Manischewitz Chicken Soup with Kreplach (which are also traditional at Chanukah), as well as .four other kinds of Manischewitz Chicken Soup; Manischewitz Geftlte Fish; and the ever-popular Manischewitz Matzo Meal, which has come to be regarded b. housewives everywhere as an indispensable stand-by for a grea* many types of favorite holida, recipes. )les Center Lists kanuka Activities ( li.inuka party for the chilli lending Sunday School -end by the PTA of the Coral lies Jewish Center will he held Sunday morning, December 6th. lighting of the outdoor MeIBJI will take place in the eveat 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Morris p will officiate. A latke party held at 8:30 p.m. will follow I ceremony. \x\ Monday evening, December the regular PTA meeting wall icld at the Ceijter at 8:15 p.jn. Rachel' Skop M-irl 1 'preseirt a gram of religious sketches perking to the history of Chanuka. :tionary Presented in ICUS Puchkoff Memory le Histadruth Ivrith Cultural ^d. in memory of Pincus Puchhas awarded an unabridged irew dictionary and other books |he Hebrew corner of the Beth Library. p. P. Puchkoff will make the %  entation at the regular PTA pt 11114 commemorating Chanuka Monday. December 7th, 8:30 ,.. in the auditorium. atkes win be served and tradi|al Chanuka songs will be led Cantor Maurice Mamches. ivies of th> meeting will be tak|b> Mr. A. Lubin. (Fhow Cvurioy The B. Manii.htwili Co.) .-.1 POTATO-CARROT LATKES %  jr ...-,' 3 medium potatoe's, grated 1 egg ynbr 14 lup jfafiHMrfwitf Matzo Meal 1 teaspoon salt 14 cups'cooked carrots, shoestring style Manischewitz Manifat or oil for frying Mix grated raw potatoes with egg, roatzo meal and salt in a large mixing bowl. Add drained cooked carrots and blend well. Drop by tablespoon onto hot frying pan; fry in deep fat until crisp and golden brown. Remove and drain on paper toweling. Serve hot. Serves 6,. (PlioW (Juurtci) Ike U. Mji.u.ncitiU Ce. POTATO-TUNA LATKES i 2 cups flaked tuna fish 2 eggs 2 teaspoons onion salt 6 medium potatoes, grated % cup Manischewitz Matzo Meal ManischewiU Manifat or oil for frying Mix tuna fish with eggs and onion salt in a large mixing bowl. Add raw grated potatoes and mix well. Gradually mix in matzo meal. Drop by tablespoon onto hot frying pan; fry in deep fat until crisp and golden brown. Remove and drain on paper toweling, berw m*. Serves 6. Sea or Phone Mo NAT GANS 3-4816 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Llfo I" Co 007 Blacayne Bldg 19 W. Flaglor St. SDNKAi iArt HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOO SOT CONVALlSCEMJ AND OWuKIC U1U %  *i '•• aaoa iafl % %  • • w ao*r cooirr MIAMI -i ~—* p^nDTTpr^o' PARKWAY ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. 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    icbbi Shapiro Is istalled Into „nai Pulpit In the presence of an overflow44 assembly. Rabbi David Shapiro las last week installed as Rabbi of loilywood's Temple Sinai by Rabbi king Lehrman, spiritual leader of lianTi Beach Jewish Center. Minticr.' of every denomination parfcipaled in the ceremony. I R e v. A. D. Hermann, president t| the Hollywood Ministerial Association, spoke in behalf of the Bergy f Broward County, Mayor Ryll brought greetings from the tity of Hollywood. Also speaking las Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, presi[ent of the Greater Miami RabBiniAssociation. Dr. Clement Geronemus, presint of Temple Sinai Congregation, poke in behalf of the entire roemfersbip and Samuel Prosterman, behalf of the Greater Miami twish National Fund Council. The %  vocation was delivered by Rabbi flexander Gross, principal of the ebrew Academy. Rabbi Alfred faxman, of West Miami Jewish enter presented the benediction. I The musical program was rentred by Cantor Joseph W. Malek nd the Temple Choir, under the Irection of Rev. Mordechai Haallan. Harry Kaplan, co-chairman lith Allen H. Poaster, was toastla'-ter. i^JliB\wii^lxJEIIiDipidliiQUP MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1953 SEC. C Jewish Women's i ouncil lOadics Ofi'i* k on I lainiN The Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women this week announced it has received information in regard to the New German Federal Indemnification Law, which became effective October 1, 1953 and extends to October, 1955. The Council office is now in the process of setting up a committee to assist all those who will be eligible to file claims. The law now covers many people who were inligible to file claims previously and includes the generals groups of "escapees, expelees, and persecutees." Council will not be ready to accept claims or to assist in filing until sometime in December, the announcement said. Jhcrnuka Fete to Honor fhilip Berkowitz Sisterhood of Congregation Beth will sponsor a Chanuka party Sunday evening, December 6th, p n at the Dora August Audiim. 500 SW 17th Avenue. The party will honor Philip Beriwitz, president of the congregaon. on the occasion of his 70th irthday. Chairmen will be Mr. id Mrs. A. Zussman. Attending a luncheon session of the recent groundbreaking p rogram of the Albert Einstein Medical College in New York are (left to right) M. C. Billig, Miami Beach, national field director; Herman Huhnan, Washington, D.C., and Miami; Dr. Harry Goldwag, New York; Bernard Weiss, Monticello, New York; Samuel Z. Troy, Richmond, Virginia; Samuel C. Levenson and Mrs. Louis A. Glasser, Greater Miami co-chairmen; and R. Williams Apte, Miami co-chairman and Florida State chairman. The session was held in the dining room of the already erected Nathan B. Van Etten Hospital at the Einstein Medical School. Shcloma Hadassah Hates Book Review Mr?. Nat Waldman, president of le Shaloma Group of Hadassah, y ..nces that a Chanuka meeting bill be held on Monday, Decemii 7th, 1 p.m., at the Hibiscus lodge, M> Promised Land, by Molly Lynns Bar-David, will be reviewed by Mrs. Phillip Geller, educational fchmrman of Shaloma. The book is record of an American houseutr adaption to life in Israel, according to Mrs. Geller. Junior Hadassah Group Reports in Washington WASHINGTON, DC. — Miss Elaine Wolfson, of 226 Antiquera, Coral Gables, who is president of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah, reported on Zionist youth activities in the Miami area at the 30th Annual Junior Hadassah Convention held here. Miss Wolfson was one of 500 delegates from throughout the country who attended the convention of the Young Women's Zionist Organization of America. Speakers included I;cu:>en Shiloa, Minister Plenipotentiary of Israel, and Mrs. Raphael Tourover, Washington representative of Hadassah. The Miami unit of Junior Hadassah shares in the national organization's many projects, which include the maintenance of the children's village of Meier Shfeyah in Israel. Aronovitz Will Be Guest Speaker At Friedman Testimonial Dinner On 20th Mayor Abe Aronovitz, of Miami, will be guest speaker at the testimonial dinner for Milton A. Friedman, national commissioner of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, on Sunday evening, December 20th, it was announced by Barbara Chanuka p age ant Due Austria Reneges on Lump Sum Settlement for Heirless Claims VIENNA (W N S) — Although it has negotiated the problem for six months with world Jewish organizations, the Austrian Government is now taking the position against making a lump settlement of heirless property claims of Jewish victims of the Nazis. The decision was made knosvn to the Joint Executive Board for Jewish Claims on Austria. Rabbi Becker Will Speak Sisterhood of the Downtown Synagogue will hold a Chanuka party on Sunday evening, December 6th, 8 p.m., in the Synagogue's Bloomberg Hall. Rabbi Aryah Becker will be guest speaker. GREETINGS BYRNE & SONS FURNITURE STORES Established 1884 WHOLESALE and RETAIL IkV.irl Group Plans Drive Welcome your Heart Fund volunteer on Heart Sunday, February 14th. This slogan will become Greater Miami's most frequently repeated phrase between now and next St. Valentine's day, when thousands of volunteers from all walks of life will make a single house-to-house canvass on behalf of the Heart Association of Greater Miamj, National Children's Cardiac Hospital, and Miami Heart Institute. Last year, almost three quarters of a million people of all ages died of diseases of the heart and circulatory system. One out of every two deaths in the United States was caused by this dread killer. Research made possible by voluntaryfunds has brought about significant progress in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of heart disease, according to Mrs. Marie Zona, executive secretary of the Heart Association of Greater Miami. A meeting will soon be scheduled to discuss plans for this community-wide project. Co-chairmen are the Mesdames Albert Bernard, Lucille Doolittle and Dave Emmer. Greene, president of the BBYO Young Adult Council. The dinner, which will be held at the Monte Carlo Hotel, is in "honor of the man who has done most in the past 20 years for the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization in Greater Miami." Other guests wno will be on the program include Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. District No. 5 chairman, At Tarleton Monday A Chanuka musical pageant will be presented at the Hanna Senech Group of Hadassah meeting on Monday, December 7th, 1:15 p.m., at the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Mrs. Samuel Kelemer and Mrs. Philip Rudine are directing the program which will include Mrs. Henry Cohen, Mrs. Jennie AppleWomen's District Grand Lodge of rou th, Mrs. Rose Coen, Mrs. Flor7790 S.W. 8th STREET (Open Evenings) PHONE 83-8503 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA SAtllt 0RI6IN A I S MR. and MRS. GEORGE B. FELLER Manufacturers or fxeiMJrvt Sportswear 760S N.W. 2nd Avo., Miami 37, Florida — Btachwear Phone 2-8918 Southeastern Finance Co. PHONE 2-7005 duPont Building Miami TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA FLORIDA PROCESSING CO. JOSEPH COHEN. WILLIAM RUBIN and WILLIAM KLINE 27th STREET HJALEAH To All ... A Most Happy Chanuka Woody's Standard Service • ~ a KB Til Lubrication Specialist* — G.s Oil* Battorio. "Servico with a Smilo Tiros B'nai B'rith. and James D. Levenson, BBYO chairman for Greater Miami. Friedman, who has been identified with B'nai B'rith for almost 30 years, was formerly president of Sholem Lodge and of the State Federation of Men's Lodges for Florida. His career in B'nai B'rith began as a youth when he joined AZA, junior order of B'nai B'rith. From AZA. he graduated to participating in the B'nai B'rith Hillel Houses at the University of Miami and the University of Florida, both of which he helped organize. Friedman received his legal degree at the U of F and became the youngest practicing attorney in Mi ami. He resides in the southwest section with his wife, Sylvia, and three children. ence Mansur and Ellen Mansur. Irving Kelemer, child cantor, will render several Chanuka numbers. Mrs. William Feuer is president of the group. GREETINGS THE CORNELL COMPANY ROOFING tc SHEET METAL 4100 N. W. 28th Street Phone 64-0676 Mason's "Greeting* To All Our Friendi Giovanni's Restaurant ITALIAN FOODS 1005 N.W. 79th St., Miami, Fla. Phono 7-9778 477 N.W. 5th STREET PHONE 39533 Greetings Rein Insurance Agency o AuromoBiu • BONDS o FIRE o WINDSTORM o COMPENSATION o UABIUTY Phone 82-5659 Congress Building TO ALL GREETINGS HOOVER AWNING COMPANY "WE MAKE ANYTHING IN CANVAS" Beach and Garden Umbrellas Beach Cabanas Canvas Garages Canopies • Solariums Awnings Torpoulins 3274 N.W. 36th STRKT TO ALL GREETINGS PHONE 84-2667 J^ OlAMI 127 N. W. 2nd Street Miami YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSEIS Wfk. Phono 82-5795 ""•"" Phone 786060 W. F. McClaskey MARINE SURVEYOR GASOUNE t DIESEL ENGINES 343 S.W. North River Drive 0. Box 1788 Mlami *** GREETINGS WALTER E. PEACH ORGANIZATION FREDERICK T. SHARMAN Registered Broker Phone 7-1404 9500 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI



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    PAGE 2 C TOALL... GREETINGS Commercial Bank of Miami Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 6015 N.W. ->th AVENUE PHONE S4-0GS1 -Jmistfkx+gh*! FRIDAY, Festival of Lights, Liberty -~— %  W V ",•<-•" t?lffK IW. irnH nf ik. i„.„. B1IITIIOI MORTCAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 9M 1st National Bank Building CORAL GABLES FLORIDA HAPPY cumu COZY TAVERN R 1ST AUR AH7 COOL PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS ENJOT A COLD BOTTLE OR GLASS OF BEER WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANVKA JOSEPH JORDAN REAL ESTATE BROKER .'.'r.NT ?•Arer.ue Phcne 7-1SS7 ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC. FORD PARTS SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS 1550 N. Miami AT*. Phone 9-2711 Miami Flo. FROM JERUSALEM SHAH GO FORTH THE WORD ... An Or-icccx young lew wecr-ng sx-.C cap. sets holy words. Cisnuxo a c dcted tescrci. Is significance in notary is ccwi The story c! the Fesceai of the Lights was placed .r.:c print or preservc^cc thro tig h the cge*. Chanuka represent e sumral ot Jewish evince and the continuation of As) Hebrew lism id of th€ fnurth 1 thatt. nw ( ; reece ^ ^ICft % 1 Persia, and bef jof Macedonia. conquer*'! As a result. JewSsTffi *". .< !" Pers,an $££*\ •province In the rap*?'* *• Greek empire. } itv *H\ The Hellem.-tic period WMJ., gan *,,h A.exander "&£** *n on the known w or i'"* time. Greek culture and ilu gan .to spread a „ ove ? *** East. Egypt and even aT[„ 'Indii. While Alexander JJlJ ; tain their way of life. tt TJ when the great conqueror J* m Jerusalem in 331 BCE, h. ^ graciously received by the iZ and even honorc I by that, a children born that year in pv Une were named Alexander 15Z or of the Macedonian odS genius. Alexander's power lasted fal than a doaea years, and w**J died suddenly w nhoot aa kg, y generals began to quarrel Im'Z trol of the empire Tat ^U Greek Empire now broke atta> era! segments, and tiny Palea* was squeeatd between tat (2 kingdom is Syria and tat Gat kin g dom in Egypt History aa*; peated mwU In the beytw 4 Egypt and Assyria. Palest**) the aanl between these m ** menng aataconiOi Now tit Greek kia sd ntru were baKaaibj 1 control of the aaaest bndfeaw try. Fcr B. HAY CUSMIHG Jevtsfc T.^I^-K A SALES MOTOROLA SERVICE EDDIES RADIO SERVICE :iS S A •* Arwcae ps. Mm J^.- Oe A2 Sack** Asa? =^ Hoaae & the aest: it stands oat cJearry hi the pages of Jewish history. Chaawka BMI auyer aobeay it B Staroxh aad does ae< hare reserraaeeeCt MHtht ijalaliaai far a* iktitr t **r aace like the —*— '• Z1 %  %  %  •?* of Egypt 7at>wiai the:: ;.:_< iaa| %  fi Exteaeai -•* of ErocTa* the Bute was rrer hard frootol Hebrew aato the Greet Beaa* •* "* thetr Hebrew taw beat tram] lews m tbe past jj,, >tri „ t ^j aweaar kiaa] *Aiiy ^ M ^-nLlTTi*! It. -.* ISLTA5 Cartey & Martin, hx. rc*G*_m %  K~ S w.'i "Arums -s r.-v— SEASCN S GREETINGS : Q AIL c ; ? F?.:EX:S MIAMI BEACH BOAT SUPS, INC GIEETIXGS f C R LYRE aad MIB Iiiiw TC All A J#C^T HA?cv CEANVXA Bars, a -*.TEST >• VEXS STRiZ' ANT spcrrs ncrss METALLIC QWHCEMH6 CO. S£ ASC S. ni.hh MUSI



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    lay DECEMBER 4, 1953 ***##> rw,Ht->r PAGE 3C ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY rH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will | Friday evening services at i.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Maurice Mamches ofjn, assisted by the choir untie direction of Miriam DonBJ. Services will be dedicated ailed Synagogue Youth. MemJcif the organization will parItc. Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's pn is scheduled as: Heroes Of iDcstiny. The Oneg Shabbat j.ng will be sponsored by Phil Floral offerings will be by Hannah Rossin. Saturday |ing services are at 9 a.m., Rabbi Shapiro will discuss eekly Portion. Daily services it 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. • • (ST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER bold early Friday services at %  p.m., conducted by Abraham Jtein. Late services will be tin p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Tian will officiate, assisted by tenter Choir under the direci.f Jerome Taft. Subject of Rabbi's sermon is scheduled the New Spirit Of The MacThe Oneg Shabbat followirill be under the sponsorship and Mrs. Jack Nemeth. Satmorning services are at ft Junior services will be at 11 with students of the Hebrew participating. Mincha is at followed by Maariv. Regutrvices are at 7 a.m. • • • )RTH SHORE JEWISH CENrwill hold Friday evening servat 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer kmowitz officiating. Subject of |Rabbi*s sermon is scheduled Candle In The Window. Satmorning services will feaa sermon on: Spirit Of The tabees. 8ETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and discuss: The Lights That Never Failed. A class in Talmud is slated for 4 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior services are on Saturday in the Academy Hall at 10 a.m. &f FLAGLER GRANADA Jewish Community Center will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and chanting the liturgy. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Chanuka — We Challenge Thee. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rev. Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion. He will be assisted by the Hebrew School Choir. Daily services are in the chapel at 7:30 p.m. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: The Maccabean Struggle For Religious Freedom. Saturday morning services will include the Bar Mitzvoth of Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen, 220 NW 40th Avenue, and Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Feiss, 3891 NW 2nd Terrace. Rabbi Skop will officiate. Cantor Irving Robinsoo will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The parents will be hosts at the Kiddush following. MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Installation of members by Jules Klion, president, will take place. Guest speaker will be Ben Essen, Miami attorney. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Our Jewish Heritage. Rabbi Boris Rackovsky will officiate at the evening service and discuss: Husbandry. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m. M I \ > A LEE IMPORTERS, INC. 7343 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 252 Coral Way, Miami 86-2419 4-6909 SEASON'S GREETINGS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TH JACOB CONGREGATION hold Friday evening services k30 p.m. Rabbi Moses Meschelofficiate and discuss: There | Heroes Today. Cantor Aaron r„arten will render the musical ns of the liturgy. Saturday fc.ng services are at 8:30 a.m. Mcscheloff will discuss: The I Of Faith. Junior services I 9 a.m.. under the direction 5' i.jamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush re served by the Sisterhood, Mrs. Abraham Bergman and Aaron Weingarten serving as If ses, Mincha is at 5 p.m., fol. by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi .doff will discuss the Weekly in Daily services are at 7 8 a.m. and at 5 and 5:30 p.m. lecture series on Jewish laws uistoms is in the afternoons ku'n services. • • • IIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND 4GREGATION will hold Friday In.r.fi services at 5:30 p.m. Satmorning services are at 8:30 A hen Rabbi Simon April will Iciate and discuss: Only In H ess Can We See Light. CanI Bcrele Kelemer will render the (sical portions of the liturgy. A 6s in Mishna is slated for 4:30 BETH T F I L A H CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: We Are Still To Light The Candles. At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha will be at 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. Gemorrah class is on Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 p.m. • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Louis Cassel will officiate and discuss: Chanuka — 1953. Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat, tendered by the Sisterhood, will include a Chanuka seminar, with members of the congregation participating. Saturday morning services are at ft a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Sylvan Lebow, executive director of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, will be guest speaker at the Temple Israel Men's Club Sabbath. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: The War On Indifference. Harold Friedman, Men's Club president, will participate in the service. • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and launch a series of talks on weekly current events in light of the Weekly Portion. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Ever conducting the Sabbath Chanuka service and preachon: The Festivity Of Chanuka — Then And Now. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by Maariv. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Aryah Becker will officiate and discuss: Miracles In Past And Today. A class in Bible study is slated for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Joey Schwartz. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Members of the Sisterhood will participate. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and discuss: Kindling Anew The Holy Lamps. Cantor Joseph W. Malek and the Temple choir will chant the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., and will be conducted by Rabbi Shapiro and Rev. Mordechai Haalman. The Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS Jewish Community Center will hold Friday evening services in remembrance of Pearl Harbor at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Harry Ettinger will officiate and discuss: Dreams And World Peace. Cantor Israel Kershner, assisted by the Center Choir, will present the musical portions of the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will follow under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rackear, in honor of their son's birthday, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Gelvan, in honor of Mr. Gelvan's birthday. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold late services Friday at 8:30 p m with Rabbi Max M. Landman officiating and assisted by Cantor David Bagley and the mixed choir. Theme for sermon and open forum will be: What Does Judaism Offer Us Today. Participants will be Rabbi Landman, Mrs. William Locke. Herman Hamburg. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Byer, Mrs. Bernard Chesman and Mrs. Irvin Kann. Early services will be held at 5:15 p.m.. conducted by Rev. 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    UDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1953 vlenisli norMton PAGE 5 C Irs. Ross is Named Education Yirector of Mount Sinai iospital Nursing School Max Orovitz, president of Mount ,inai Hospital's .Board of Trustees his week announced the" Appoint'* nent of Mrs. Carmen Frank Ross' s director of education of Mount inai Hospital School of Practical ,'ursing. The School of Practical Nursing as been in operation at Mount inai since 1951. It is the only chool in this area which is naionally accredited by the National ssociation for Practical Nurse .duration, the Florida State Board f Nurse Registration and the Nursfor Veterans Education Proram, according to OroviU. Mrs. Ross became associated with fount Sinai Hospital a year go. rior to this, she served as nursing Ing Rabbi David Shapiro (second from right), of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, is flanked by Rev. A. D. Hermann fright) and Revs. Harry Russel (left) and Harold Williamson (second from left) on the occasion of his installation as Temple spiritual leader last week. I Mrs. Carmen f. ffoss fcducation consultant and public health coordinator with the Tuberculosis and Health Association nd acted as advisor to approxinately 50 schools of nursing and Hospitals in the greater New York |rea. Author of many articles on nurstiK which have been published in leading nursing and other professional journals. Mrs. Ross was also consultant and on many commitfcees for the National League for Cursing. Holder of a BS degree in Nursing Education and an MA degree from Columbia University, Mrs. toss has already affiliated herself vith various nurse education programs in the Greater Miami area. In addition to her new duties as jirector of education at Mount Sikai, she is at present teaching preventive medicine at the University of Miami Evening School Division. Council Tag Day Here Nets $500 With all the money acounted for in the Tag Day drive of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Council for the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital, it was announced this week that over $500 had been raised in the one-day effort. The sum is double the intended goal for the hospital sponsored by B'nai B'rith, said George Lefcoe, council president. Besides collecting funds, the member chapters of council distributed picture post cards of the hospital and explained the purpose of the institution to those who made contributions. Chairman for the project was Joan Siegel, who was assisted by Joan Bierman and Murray Kane. Miami area chairmen, and Lois Goldfinger and Alan Horski, Miami Beach area chairmen. The project was the second mass endeavor of the council and followed a recent collection for canned foods which saw 4.000 cans distributed to the Jewish Home for the Aged, the James E. Scott Community Association and"the Variety Children's Hospital. The Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital is a national project of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization for the year 1953-54. Roth to be Guest Speaker at Women?/* Party Pioneer Women, Club No. 2, will hold a Chanuka party on Sunday evening, December 6th, 6 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Moetzet Hapoelot chairman, is sponsor of the affair in memory of her mother. Proceeds will go to the Children's Home maintained in Israel by the Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Council. Guest speaker will be Councilman Burnett Roth, according to Mrs. Minnie Shubow, cultural chairman. Lighting of traditional Chanuka candles and the invocation will be presented by Bernard Powell. In charge of arrangements are the Mesdames Ida Powell, Sarah Malumet. Pearl Gratz, Ida Myron and Esther Shedroff. [Proceeds for School Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold Its annual latke party in the synagogue on Sunday evening, December 6th, at 7 p.m. Assisting Mrs. Brvin Sirkin, chairman, are the IMcsdames Mollie Harrison, Archie IC'oulton and Allan Forbes. ProIceeds are for the Religious School. HOLIDAY GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends And Patrons ... LARRY MARKS & CO. 120 N. W. 2nd Street • A Most Happy Chanuka To All Dr. Roger W, Arnold 221 8. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 371 Iff. W. 8th Street PHONE 9-005* West Miami Slates Holiday Festivities The annual Hebrew School and Sunday School Chanuka program will ,be held on Sunday at the West Miami Jewish Center. Each class in the School will contribute one item to the program. Benedictions over the lights will be recited by a junior student. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will welcome parents and members and speak on the significance of Chanuka. Morris Weiss, principal of the Sunday School, will report on the progress that has been made in the last year and speak on plans for the future. Morris Harris, chairman of the Religious Committee, and Alex Fogel, president of the Center, will also address the gathering. Distribution of gifts and refreshments will be supervised by Mrs. Leonard Harris and Mrs. Morris Weiss. Randle Brothers in Front at Biscayne Randle Brothers of Wichita, Kansas, and Oak Haven Farm, Ojus, are way out in front in the race for win honors for the first 13 days of racing at the Biscayne Kennel Club. The Randle outfit, often referred to as the Calumet Farm of greyhound racing, has chalked up 13 wins, six seconds and 11 thirds to average a win a night. Others in the top ten are M. R. Ostlund and R. K. Hutchings, deadlocked for second place with nine wins apiece. Szigeti and Gaines, showing the most improvement in the past week, climbed to fourth position, having posted seven wins, four second and three thirds. 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    PAGE 6 C vkwistncridto* raP^E CEMgr^ : A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Wallpaper Distributors, Inc. 5142 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI Phone 78-0922 They Stand on Constant Guard i GREETINGS Ben W. Silverman and Miliord S. Purcel of COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO, INC 3120 N. E. 2nd Are. Phone 2-1766 Wholesale Plumbing Fixture* Brigas Baautywara Plumbing Fixtures — Eljer Plumbing Fixture* IN A HURRY CALL KiMBALL MURRAY THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS 5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone 78-5521 YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. 48 N.W. 7th Street Phone 2-4768 COMPLITC NURSING CAKt Eastview Nursing Home 1216 S.W. 2nd AVE., MIAMI PHONE 9-7382 New, Modern Equipment — Attractive Surroundings — Kindly, Courteous, Intelligent Care Registered Nurse Varied, Interesting, Well-Airy, Comfortable, Homey Atmosphere Moderate Rates — Unexcelled Service. CONVALESCENTS, INVALIDS, CHRONIC CASES, Etc. To All Happy Chanukah I inti son Sr\ i< • & lt>|Kiirs AUTHORIZED FACTORY SERVICE Restaurant Equipment 3450 N. Miami Ave. Reliable Experienced Phone 3-7270 TO ALL CHANUKAH GREETINGS STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. 1853 West Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. PHONE 5-0481 By ALEPH SHERMAN Jewish Ttlographk Agency The mayor reached for his Stcn gun. Whothere"", he called, as footstep* approached the door. A voice answered in crisp Tuni>i;in Arabic. Reassured, the mayor let go of his gun and continued our conversation. • Ue can't take any risks here," he explained. "Arab infiltrators come across the border all the time. Most of them are armed, and they'll shoot without the slightest compunction." We were in a village only a few miles from Jerusalem, close to the j border as so many Israel villages are. The people take it for granted that they have to do guard duty at nights, like soldiers on active service. Otherwise their property is stolen, and they are liable to be murdered in their beds, another few to add to the figure of 400-odd Israeli's murdered or seriously wounded by marauders from across the armistice lines. "It was mucn worse a couple of years ago," the mayor told me, as if to make light of their present problems. "Then armed groups were prowling around almost every night. Several of our villagers were killed outside their own homes; they used to shoot or creep up close and throw grenades. "Once a Hungarian girl of 18 came here to visit friends. On her way back infiltrators kidnapped her and took her over the border. There they assaulted her. then killed her. and her body was found by the railway tracks that divide the territory from Jordan. "In the end we couldn't stand it any more. We got help and attack ed the Arab villages we knew the murderers were coming from Since then, they've been quieter. They only come across to steal, instead of murdering for pleasure's sake like they used to." The first essential to an understanding of the infiltration problem is a grasp of the fact that it could not exist without complicity by the Jordan authorities. During ; the past two years, tens of thou I sands of dollars worth of alumini mum water piping, miles of copper wire, much new pumping equip ment. several hundred cows and other farmyard animals have been stolen and taken across the border. The loot eventually makes its way to Damascus and Alexandria where it is sold in the open mar kel This involves large-scale trans actions and transport (large for this part of the world, at least) which would never take place without the permission of the police. "We know the names of the regulars involved in the thefts, we know the names of the 'fences' and we know who eventually buys the stuff." an Israel intelligence officer told me. "So do you now for one moment imagine that the TransA modern menorah guards Israel's border against iniiitev. at night by armed Arab marauders. Jordan police and the Egyptian poice don't know?" In fact, infiltration is closely linked with political vicissitudes inside the Arab states. There have been periods of quiet, when the Lebanese, Syrian and Transjordan police were determined to keep the peace, and even cooperated with Israel police in preventing border incidents: they agreed to track down infiltrators and return stolen property: though all that was ever returned was a donkey. Then, towards the end of last year, when the anti-Semitic campaign behind the Iron Curtain gave them encouragement, and they began to hope for support in the I'nited States, the Arab Governments began a fresh round of provocative statements against Israel. There was a meeting in Amman, capital of Transjordan. of the Chiefs of Staff of the Arab armies, at which inflammatory statements against Israel were made by the Jordan Prime Minister. Following this meeting, acts of violence by marauders increased and were marked by the fact that they were not accompanied by robbery One armed gang ambushed traffic on the Tel Aviv Haifa road, and another laid an electric mine under the Tel Aviv -Haifa railway. Unarmed civilians were fired at. barns set on fire The dictator of Syria. Colonel Shishakly. promised to "liberate" Palestine, while Jordanian Government spokesmen openly defended infiltrators as "innocent citizens who wanted to get back to their own property, stolen by the Jews." Matters came to a head last spring, when the Arabs began shooting over the armistice lines in Jerusalem, killing several civilians in the streets. The Israel Army fired back; the Arabs in the Old City of Jerusalem panicked and fled. The Jordan FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY GREETINGS Phots. 2-M57 VENETIAN SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TTRES IS 04 H. Bay shore Drive MUmi. Florida .-.-.-..-.. ., 1 ..... %  Ill GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains minerals that will h.b> hasp eaiacfa bug. out of your lawn. Bald sxcluuT.ly HUGHES SEED STORE lit S. Miami Ate. Ph. 3 8OT1 Government took fright it it,, temerity, demanded British and for a few months there vjJ comparative peace and quiet the whole thing has started J again, A round of murders his J gun. culminating in the imM in Yahud where infiltrators ten a grenade into a room what,] mother and two children ad sleeping, killing them. Track;saj discovered leaning to the Arabi lice station across the border villagers of Kiln a. from whidtj criminals came, have been in such raids since 1936. British condemnation of t>0| ya incident has an interesting bail ground. (In the first place, ital announced by the BBC. it H,5| lowed by another news iten.1 15 Mau Mau's in Kenya had I executed for the murder of it an.) In Palestine during the 39 riots, in which Arabs a!t* Jews and British alike and proved to be supplied with! : and Italian aid, the Bnti-ernment also used the principled collective responsibility, as it I I done in other colonies i North West frontier region of 1 i dia, among others, bnmbin; lagees as reprisals for raids' • an accepted part "i British | The same was true in the protectorate and Iraq II seeail ficult. therefore British Government can cos* j Israel out ol hand on < grounds. The only solution l the la Arab border problems car. from a complete changed a* on the part ol the Arab W menLs. When the) are deten that border inci lento i* | they have it in their own I them case, but they will be* position to do this only when "I are willing to make peace vHl rael and admit her right tor u 11 i ; f i r i \ i. s i r o m YOUNG REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN PAUL E. HELLIWELL r or Betas* Has** Ylsti the Miami Hsalth Institute General Diagnosis and X-Ray Physical Therapy Body Conditioning Colonic Irrigations Cabinets and Massage 7235 Biscayna Boul.vard PHONE 7-?tt GREETINGS Gulf Stream Quick Foods, to QUICK FREEZING — COLD STORAGE MIAMI 20 RJL 27th St Phones %  0* It-UNwtf w *-**~ rf W*W^/*W


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    IY. DECEMBER 4, 1953 &f Jen 1st /for idlian PAGE 7 C Israel's Feast of Lights Begins on the Sabbath p. DAVID SCHWARTZ (wish Taltgraphic Agency observance of the Chanuka j in Israel really begins with Ibbath preceding it. The atli of the country will be eslly riveted on the synagogue • Rehavia quarter in Jeruwhich the President of IsInd most of the leading offiLf the government attend. It llutaken for granted that lent Ben Zvi will be called [reading of the Haftorah, and fcrmon will be delivered by [Rabbi Herzog. year, rationing prevented j, v, from having the potato which have become a trail dish for the holiday, but raelis make up for the lack sweet potatoes which grow abundantly in Israel. From [andpoint of nutrition, they 'better food, at least richer imins. among Jews everywhere, |ka is the time when the en arc made most happy with Ika gelt and presents. For [weeks now, there has been Jering of toys for the poorer en of the Maabarot, the tentception dwelling for immiand certainly if the chilanywhere appreciate the (i' toys, it is these children, highlight of the Chanuka lony in Israel of course is the nu of the lighted torch from where the Maccabees lived, )unt Zion. These reminisof the ancient Maccabean comes with peculiar force Israelis of today. No holikmacks more of their own •than Chanuka. They, too, in I generation, astonished the with their valor and won a %  over what seemed overing odds. (heir battle, they realize, is per until political independ|i* cemented by the winning battle for economic inde|nre. Arabs, defeated on the batId, have transferred their shouting 'Death to Israel" I |e economic plane. By raids border, by trade boycott,' Dn-cooperation in every way ly attempting even to invoke lid of the United Nations in ling development propects. lire attempting to achieve the which they could not win the sword. They have made lessary for Israel to maintain Be armed force and to spend ffense large sums of money would go very far in acting the economic upbuilding j country. Arabs will not win, but in Ibattle Israel must have the assistance of the Jewry of the world. Israel's chief reliance in this respect must be foreign investment. Israel bonds have shown what can lie accomplished in this regard. Such projects as the building of the new modern road to Sodom or the exploitation of the rich phosphate resources of the Negcv which will soon begin to bring its reward in dollars for Israel, could not have been accomplished without the aid of Israel bonds. It was not till the State of Israel was established, that it was discovered that the land possessed very substantial natural resources, not only in phosphates, but in copper, iron and other metals. We shall soon know also whether the land contains oil. Geologists are agreed that the terrain of Israel in many parts gives evidence of the existing of oil deposits. It is the possession of oil which has made the Arab states cocky. Israel can get along and even reach a high state of prosperity even if no oil is found, but there is no denying that oil is a quick road to riches. Speaking of oil on Chanuka recalls how the Maccabcans found in the Temple only oil enough for one day, but it lasted eight days. Israelis this holiday are sure to recall another miracle with oil which happened at the beginning of the Israeli war for liberation. It will be recalled that the British withdrew their soldiery at the time with no particular love for the Israelis. The Haifa reservoirs of oil were all ordered emptied before the British left, and there were those who said that this had been done deliberately in the hope that deprived of oil, the Israeli war machine would collapse of itself, since it would virtually bring to an end all automotive transportation so necessary in moving the soldiers. But a miracle happened, say the Israelis. In the ordinary emptying of reservoirs of oil, there is a residue which clings to the bottom. Israeli chemists ordered that water be poured into the tanks and this oil at the bottom, rose, as is characteristic of the product, above the water. Sufficient oil was thus found by the Israelis to carry on until they could get more from abroad. REASON'S GREETINGS Lola Jones iwer$ For All Occasion! DELIVERY it Flowers—Potted Plants sages—Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties 191f S. W. 8th Street 790 Phones 1-5384. 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    PAGE 8 C *.kni*ti ncridfian Greetings A. T. Cvr*in DADE TESTING LABORATORY 4985 EAST 10th LANE HIALEAH PHONE 88-0742 Greetings WESLEY E. Garrison, Inc. REAL ESTATE 2701 N.W. 6th STREET PHONE 65-2574 (Palgor Building) Ettie Kay Formerly Kay's Blouse Shop Exquisite "All Handmade" Nylon Bleusei Lace and Tacked Net Model for Dressy Occasions Tailored Shirts by Cabey Crepe and "All Wool" Jersey Blouses lor Suits Handsomely Beaded Sweaters of Orion, Wool and Cashmere 54 MIRACLE MILE Rabbi Marius Ranson, on the pulpit of Temple Emanu-EL Fort Lauderdale, is surrounded by officers of two ministerial associations, explaining the Hebrew Law as contained in the Torah. The occasion was an Institute on Judaism for Christian ministers, church officers and Sunday School teachers conducted November 13th in two afternoon sessions and in an evening worship service followed by a reception in honor of the clergy. Dr. Joseph Narot, Rabbi of Temple Israel. Miami, delivered the main address. Top row are Rabbi Ranson. Rev. J. W. Baillie, Rev. N. D. Yount and Rev. Percy Dawe. Seated are Rev. Albert D. Hermann and Rev. John F. Norman. CORAL GABIES DOUGLAS NURSING HOME 1408 N.E. Bay shore Place FOR THE CARE OF THE CHRONICS AND CONVALESCENTS • Special diets-Reasonable rate • R.N. on duty continually Completely renovated under new ownership of MR and MRS. S. L. THOMAS For Appointment — 82-5395 (iff rmes LAMPS & SHADES FOR ANY AND EVERY HOME CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS OF STYLES miami modern lamp manufacturing co. 4410 N.W. 7th AVENUE Open Fr.day and Saturday Til • Btj, 144912 Miami Dancing Shoe Company 127 N.E. FIRST AVENUE (Noirt to Gesu Church) LES. STAPIETON, Mmoyer HEISS ARCADE BlDG., ROOM 106 •hone 34144 Toe Shoos, Toe Shoe Covers, Tie To* Shoes, Musical Comedy, Potent Oxfords, Pleated Ballot, Acr.hotk Sandalt, Toe and Heel Taps, Moj.rette Roots, Adah leotards, Toe Pods, Children's leotards, Practice Costume, Ruffle Tunic, Tights, Trunks, Opera Hose, Batons, Accessories, Sewing All Widths and Colors. — EVERYTHING FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT FIELD — Emanu-EI Chanuka Cantor Levine and Charlie Parrel, performer of par-1 odies in long and who aeeompanies himself on the piano, will furnish the entertainment at Temple EmanEl's Chanuka dinner at the Hollywood Beach Hotel on Sunday. Deeemher 6th. 6:45 p.m. Mrs. Marius Ranson will act as master of ceremonies, and Rabbi Marius Ranson will bless the Temple's new eight-1 branched Chanuka candelabrum. I assisted by Cantor Sherwin Levine, of Miami Beach. Conceived as a "rededication dinner to fan the candlelight of religion into a flaming torch of enthusiasm and religious faith." the Temple Emanu-EI Chanuka dinner is held annually at the Hollywood gtch Hotei TWB wig be the Sixth •weofcrrtatiert of the eVent. according to Mrs. Ranson. its originator. The religious feature of the dinner will be a rendition of an original cantata oratorio conceived by Rabbi Ranson on the theme of The Buried Candelabrum, in which the musical portions will be rendered by Cantor Levine. CaMBkr Levine received his mu sical Hducation at the Eastman Dinner Features Charlie FarreH School of Music in Rochester, New York, and the Juilliard School of Music in New York City. He was Cantor for flee years in Reform Jewish Temples in Rochester and Bayonne, New Jersey. He performed leading roles in nine major operas in the Eastman Theater of Rochester and several major oratorios there as well as in Geneva, Syracuse, Buffalo, Cleveland, Chicago and Detroit. 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Morine Enoine Overhaul and Installation Dittrihut.rs Kermath Marine Engiaes MIAMI MARINE ENGINEERS 41S S.W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI 34, FLORIDA F. W. Sent ten C. A. ImwUr Telophene 4-M2S MEYER BROTHERS SERVICE STATION (Formerly at 27th I Trail) BA WITH ROO0 fKllNDlY SERVFCI, TMfS oad LUBRICATION BJ 3300 S.W. |th STREET PRONE 41 9363 Srrip rrvsitiint iietm UUt from tlvn-Hurhtn NEW YORK—Irving Jaffe. pre$l dentot Scrip To Israel, Inc.. reee*>1ry-4eured Israel investigating the facilities of Scrip. While there, he was invited to attend the Economic Conference called by the Government of Israel for top American Jewish business and organization leaders at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem. Jaffe. in addition to being president of Scrip To Israel, Inc., hi a well-known Jewish community leader in Long Island, active in the UJA. Israel Bond Drive and Jewish Federation. While in Jerusalem. 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Receiving the gavel for J of president was Mi fyd bard. First \ ice president3 of fund raising is Miss < berman. Second vice pr n charRe nf membership is | othy Bai. Other officers are the L Mignon Ben-on, rewrda|| tary; Elaine Frank, com secretary: Cuna Cohen, i Merle Schwartz, partial Renee Pearl. .-argent at u— da Botwin. Arlene Isfcl Pauline Glantz, Board i and Loraine Kahlenberg.! Talk on Refugees] First meeting of the group of the Israeli Groa}< dassah will he held at ti1 of Mrs. Lewis M Escort, Rivo Alto Drive, on Fhday.l ber 4th. Guest speaker i Miss Marguerite Man president of the Business! fessional Group of will discuss the Arab i tern. Tamara Chapter] Tamara Chapter, Mtzndi^ en, will hold a Chanuka i Saturday evening, i p.m., at the Blackstone i raeli folk and square i be featured under the i Shirlee Berlin, of Shirt's htf Square Dance School merits will be served by Dal lyn Wolff, assisted by Hnl Levitt. 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    UY, DECEMBER 4. 1953 *Jewlsprk>ri(Unr. PAGE 9C : THE FESTIVAL OP EIGHTS AND LIBERTY :onlinoed from Pabe 2C Le it meant bettering their kmic status. Trade and com|al activity were booming in By accepting Hellenistic culIfome of the upper class Jews ,now able to enjoy the rich \\ the world, although it was expense of their ancient Heheritage. ong the Jews, there came inng a Jewish.aristocracy which in with the Hellenistic ideThis new party was the through which the Syrian hoped to convert Palestine center of Hellenism, en Antiochus Epiphanes beJruler of Syria, he was deterto crush Judaism in order kc Hellenism the prime culDf Palestine. A self-opinion| strong-minded person, Antiwould not listen to reason. ks determined to have his way If it meant war. Because nacultures in those days were up with religion, Antiochus onvinced that the Greek gods [become the gods of all the |s under his dominion. This that Palestine must reject pod of Israel and adopt the national gods of Greece, of the peoples of Asia acthe edict of Antiochus, ex^he Jews. They were as deHed as the Syrian ruler. An'• then dispatched an army pestine with the task of upevery Jewish religious pe and destroying the ancient of the Jews. Holy Temple in Jerusalem [inverted into a Greek pagan Edicts were posted notithe Jews that all persons ed for abiding by the laws ses would suffer the penalty )th. Hundreds of Jews accept(rtyrdiim rather than forsake tith of their fathers. These |the first sacrifices in history ideals of religious freedom reedom of conscience. Revolt at Modiin fiirst the Jews were passive accepted theif fate. It was Ithias of Modiin and his five |who sounded the call to reA priest in the Temple at k. .1 m. Mattathias refused to the edicts of Antiochus to hip Greek gods in the Holy tic, and so he retired to the homestead in the village of |n. north of Jerusalem. The there of officials sent to ince the new worship aroused lo revolt. | and his five sons attacked the [Greek garrison, destroyed the altar and opened the revolt \t>t Hellenistic domination. At the Jews suffered severely Igh their refusal, on religious grounds, to defend themselves on the Sabbath. Mattathias, however, relieved them of this self-imposed prohibition. The Jews fought a guerilla war, destroying wherever they could, all evidence of the new heathenism. When old Mattathias died at the age of 82, his third son, Judah, took over the generalship with his brother, Simon, as chief adviser. Somehow, the several Greek generals sent by Antiochus could not cope with the clever and heroic Judah and his brothers, and the Greeks were losing ground continuously. Even before the Greek invaders were completely driven from Palestine, Judah led his victorious army to Jerusalem where he revived the Temple service, which had been halted for three successive years. On the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev the altar was rededicated and the great Menorah was kindled. The oil on hand for the big lamp was said to be enough only for one day. However, it lasted for eight days. A festival commemorating the dedication of the Temple was proclaimed by Judah. and the annual observance was to last eight days. The name of the festival Chanuka in Hebrew means rededication. The holiday is also known as Chag Ha'Orim, the Festival of Lights. The war against the Hellenists continued. Judah became known as Maccabee, a word made up of the Hebrew initials of Ml Kamocha Ba'eilim Adonoy, ',-?"wfiols Like Thee Among*thetatlghty* D Lord." A\\' When Judah died in battle, his brothers Jonathan and Simon took over the leadership. Another brother, Eliezer, had been killed previously. Freedom Achieved The Syrian Greeks realized that they were fighting a hopeless war and finally withdrew from Palestine. For the first time, since Judea was conquered by the Babylonians, several centuries before, Palestine''was now once, again a free and independent state. It is true that this freedom lasted for less than 100 years because the tentacles of Rome were reaching out and finally crusnea little Judea in the year 70. Yet, it was the inspiration of the Maccabees which gave the Jews the hope and spiritual strength for centuries to come. The victory of the Maccabees always remained in the minds of Jews so that through the countless centuries of exiles and persecutions they retained the sentiment for a national rebirth— the climax of which was the recreation of the State of Israel in our own day. Through the ages, Chanuka represented the survival of Jewish culture and the continuance of the Hebraic tradition. It has remained as the symbol of Jewish loyalty and devotion to God and the Torah. Today, Chanuka continues to give meaning to Jewish living. Its achievements of religious liberty have kept alive the Jewish hope that God will not forsake His people and that right will always truumph over might. dhA group of chUdren regards the menorah, symbol of a time when the enemies of Israel were defeated and dispersed by an army led by Judah Maccabee. as they learned in the ancient story of Chanuka. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY i DOKHORN PRODUCE Phone 9-8411 [43 N. W. 12th Avenue TO ALL GREETINGS RUSSELL HOUSE MOVERS BONDED— I N S U R E D • "No Substitute for Experience" PHONE 7-4978 N.W. 1st AVE. MIAML FLORIDA Lives*? Window I o.. Inc. PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES 3044 S. W. 28th Lone PHONE 4-2503 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 SEASON'S BEST WISHES GEORGE J. BERTMAN Realtor 420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Hide & Seek Children's Shop THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF DISTINCTION GIFTS — APPAREL TOTS TO TEENS 506 Biltmore War Coral Gables Phone 48-5929 GREETINGS MILONE PLASTERING COMPANY 7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue PHONE 84-7041 % %  • %  < %  TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY To Jewry Everywhere "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates BISCAYNE FRONTON m TO ALL^ ., GREETINGS LAWRENCE LUMBER CO. F. H. A. FINANCING Miami 1. Florida 667 N.W. 14th Street PHONE 3-3663 TO ALL CHANUKAH GREETINGS


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    PAGE 10 C +Jfilst) Horkfrin FMDAY. Meg^n] Field* KIINHMII Kovers AUTO SEAT COVERS TOPS. ETC. PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 2341 N. Miami Arenue Phone 3-2389 GREETINGS TO ALL Cooper Motor Sales, Inc. YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER 1S07 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES PHONE 48-1704 THE KEYS ARE WAITING! DRIVE OUR SPECIAL 'ROCKETSHOW CAR TODAY! \orlli*iiV Onter Slates Festival Tifereth I-rael Religious School will celebrate Chanuka on Sunday. 'I December 6h. from 10 am. to 12 l| noon, in the Social Hall of the Cen[ ter. P^ntertainment will be provided by children of the daily and Sunday School The kindergarten class will present a dreidel skit, with the oldest class presenting a Dragnet skit Kindling of Chanuka candles and ong and games will be included in the program Mrv Ann Harris chairman of the PTA. and Mrs.!] Adele Zuckerman. chairman of the Eduational Committee, will serve refreshments to children and pareati Rabbi Louis A Cassel. spiritual leader, will conduct special Chanuka prayers. m TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2875 North Lejeune Road Miami PHONE 64-9761 Rabbi Rackovsky Speaks Rabbi Boris Rackovsky. of Con gregation Monticello Park will ad! dress the Adult Institute for Jewish Studies on Wednesday. Decent-' ber 9th. 9 p m.. at the Beth David school building. 2625 SW 3rd Av-, enue. Rabbi Rackovsky will discuss Torah And Knowledge in the series on What We Jews Believe. Classes' in Hebrew. Yiddish and Jewish life continue at the Adult Institute every Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. Casablanca Players deft to right) Alan Keyes Evelyn KM and husband Karl RedcotJ rehearse a scene bom The Guafc man. a love intrigue by Ferenc Molnar which opened a Casablanca Hotel's Club Morocco on Tuesday. C ALL GREETINGS!! JANES REALTY COMPANY Not Incorporated KENDALL FLORIDA — Phone 67-3651 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA — Phone 1303 POMPANO BEACH — Phone 9815 A. W. JANES. Registered Broker A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Deering Awning and Furniture Co. Serving Greater Miami — Coral Gables — Miami Beach Beach, Lawn and Porch Furniture COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE 4000 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD (Comer Bird Road: Phone 83-7600 Choral Group to Sing At Holiday Program On Sunday morning. December 6th. students of Beth David Sunday School will observe the Chanuka I festival. Highlight of the program will feature a candlelighting ceremony. by the Sunday School dramatic group, under the direction of Miss Sylvia Milgram. and the choral group, under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag Students will ex \ change Chanuka gifts, and refresh-1 ments will be served by the PTA.; Tuesday afternoon. December 8th. at 4 pm„ students of the Hebrew School will observe the Cha nuka festival. The program, under the direction of Jerome Gordon, director, will include the lighting of candles, exchange of gifts, songs and the traditional dreidel game. Latkes will be served by members j of the PTA. Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. 139 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5194 Rabbi Shapiro is Speaker A dinner will be presented by Pioneer Women. Club No. 1. in the Hungarian Kosher Restaurant. 731 Washington Avenue, on Sundav evening. December 13th. at 6 p.m according to Phillip Weiss, chairman. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker, according to Mrs. Sophie Krantz. president. Proceeds are for the Child Building Fund in Israel. PETER'S DRIVE-UNDER SPECIALIZE I\ RIBS A.\D CHICKEN 3799 N.W. 3*th Street. Miami. Florida Pkooa (4-93K He*t Wishes trom Dairy Queen Stores Rabbi Okalica Speaks Rabbi Henry Okalica. spiritual | leader of the North Dade Jewish > Center, will be guest speaker dur ing the Jewish Family Program. Friday evening, 6 30 p.m.. over I station WMIE Seefried to Appear With UM Orchestra In Mozart, Strauss Mme Irmgard Seefried. leading soprano at the Vienna Opera, will be guest artist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra under the -baton >f John Bitter on Sunday and Monlay evenings. De•ember 13th and 14th. at the Mi/ lmi Beach and m %  %  • %  Dade County mm*, ii in lit Auditoriums. Mme Seefried may well expect capacity audiences to witness ber performances, since the attendance for the first two pair of concerts this season included some 9.400 persons, according to Mrs. Marie Volpe. I'M orchestra manager. The response to the last concert, with works by Barber. Bach. Mozart and Ravel, was most gratifying. Mrs. Volpe said "The policy of the University of Miami Sym phony is to endeavor to bring to this area, as it has for the past 27 years, the very highest there is in the art of music, to try to satisfy and please the musician and the layman and to give enjoyment to young and old." The artist for the third pair of concerts. Mme Seefried. is herald ed as one of the most distinguished European singers. She made her debut with the Metropolitan Opera Association in New York on November 20th Her program here will include two Mozart arias and a group of songs by Richard Strauss. Shower Magic Features Fiberglas, Velvex Panels Shower Magic, the newest! in bath enclosureadds Devi ty to the home u : takes "shower curtain %  .rnes" Here is the bath enclosure tiai priced so that no home can; to be without it Shower Magic will fit the i and design of an> home — net I | old. It can be designed to fiti a new home that is being j It can also be installed in any I already built, whether new or i In either case, the beauty and i j ity of Shower Magic will add | I ly to the enjoyment of the I The Fiberglas panels used Shower Magic come in five i colors which will hannonia any color scheme-eafoam ice blue, sunshine fellow, phi pink and frost white These 1 glas panels are light in weight, I strong as steel They are not i fected by heat or c I and will I rot. break, shatter or peel. For those who prefer it. Products Corp also r.a< glass | els available in Sh Magic I enclosures. This is an obscure 1 vex glass and iavailakk 4j same price as the \ A model of Shower Magic is I display at the show r i m of 1 Products Corp.. 965 SW 8th Stn or the Architects SamplM 5040 Biscavne Boulevard ing to Alex Miller Dm* "1 manager. Szold Group Meets Henrietta Szold Group of I dassah held a Chanuka party Wednesday noon at the Al S*'"I tel. Mrs. Lee Goldman, rep medical center ch-.:r:r.an. motion pictures on Irael Also | ticipating in the program wasirij Johii Wiemer Vila's Yacht Basin 1M4 N. W. North Aire* -TheCi MIAMI irith the Cmrl mm Tsp m n MI... farms T AMI AMI PtUMllMG CO., >tsml.lsrfli Sen** Ult BW.C~.ty 152$ SO. MM MCNWAT •74141 GREETINGS Big Wheel Drive In TASTY SANDWICHES Reasonable Prices "One* Tried. Merer Denied' 22SS 8.W. ad Aee. Phone tWelO TO ALL GREETINGS G. C STEMILER, MC GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS 22S Shoreland Buiktteq Best Wishes To AH <.ino Hair Strife* 1057 WASHINGTON AVt BARNES CAST STONE SHOP N.W. 54th Street Phone 7-0314



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    ^v DECEMBER 4. 1953 ZJ^IsiJkridUan PAGE 11C LEGAL WOTICE I. LEGAL NOTICE :E UNDER FICTITIOUS L-F is HEREBY GIVEN that ..signed, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of \ilHH OF MIAMI, at 8240 .,-, Avenue, Miami. Florida i. i register said name with Irk"f life Circuit Court of Dade F.jAYTlMia OP MIAMI. Inc. Florida Corporation i]t|> S. MANDLER ,. for corporation '_ 12/i-ll ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |i ( -E IS HEREBY GIVEN that li,, Miuu'd. desiring to HIK.IKI' in H under the fictitious name of HE INN, at 421-8 B.W. 8th lUlamL Intends to register said .'•th II"Clerk of the Circuit „f Dade County, Florida. LILLIAN 1 KELLEY Pole Owner EL RAND tv f,, r I iwner Emilia Bid*. IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 2*365-A RE: ESTATE OF SOFIE DIENKR, BIBO known a* SOFIA DIENER, Deeeused NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby Riven that I have filed my final report und petition for Final Diacharge as Executor of the estate of SOFTE DIENER, also known a* SOFIA DIENER, deceaaaed; and that on the 4th day of January. IKM, I will apply,to Hi,Honorable \v. i' BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval "f said final ri'pr.rl and for final discharge as Executor of the Eatate of SOFIE DIENER, also known as SOFIA DIENER deceased. This 27th day of November, !9T,3. /B/' ABRAHAM DIENER Abraham plem-r, as Executor of the Estate of SOFIE DIENER, a/k/a SOFIA DIENER, Deceased. MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Executor 12/4-11-1K-25 LEGAL NOTICE ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IK IS HEKBHY GIVEN that n signed, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of CAM: PRINTING COMPANY orporated), at 817 K.W. 18th Miami, Intends to register line with the Clerk of the (lik u i nf Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR JSTERN Sole Owner (L HAM' for Owner ,n|,ia Bldg. •7 — lt/t ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,-K is IIKREUY GIVEN that i signed, desiring to engage In ha fictitious name of WAY KOSHER MEAT MARI'KNNWAY GROCERY AND HENNWAY F'lll'IT AND Mil.i: MARKET, I'ENNWAY I'V at Ml" Pennsylvania Ave., I .'.,, h Intend to register said vilh the clerk of the Circuit (,f Dade County, Florida. H:\Nli.MAN and GOTTKSMAN I'm il'I'.ItSMITH I y for Applicants ..In Road — 1-V4 riCE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ili'K IS I1ERF:HY GIVEN that Heraigned, desiring to engage In •.iinil.r the fictitious name of liH I.E. at 17S N.E. 79th ti uds in register said name clerk of the Circuit Court rl. County, Florida. IRVING MELL !N ROTH i i Applicant 27th Ava. l-l >-:•:. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FQR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 File A-1S212 NOTICE IS IIKKKBY GIVEN thai HEN BOSKIN, holder of County Tax Kale Certificate No. 64r>7 Issued the 28th day of May. AD. 151, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to he Issued tlici,on. Said Certificate emliraces the following descrihed properly In the County of Dade, State of Florida, towit: I.ots 23 & 24, Block 8, Dade Villa. Pint Book 20, Page 70. containing .12 Acres more or less, in the County of Made. State of F'lorlda. The Assessment of said property under the said certificate was in the name of: HE1.MA .1. ANDERSON, Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property descrihed herein will he sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Mondaj in the month of January, 1954. which Is the 4th day of January, I MM. Dated this 1st day of December. IKS. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court, Hade Coimiv. Florida B] N c BTERRETT. Circuit Court Seal Deputy Clerk II III -18-tt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1I12BC ELLSWORTH SANFOKI) ALLKN, Plaintiff VB. NONA ALLEN, Defendant. _^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: NONA ALLEN c/o Paul Laurrel! 712 lianllton Avenue, Apt. #4 Farrell, Pennsylvania You are hereby notified that a Complaint for Dlvune has been filed against you and you are required to sei va a copy or your answer to the %  an n Plaintiff's attorney: HENRY M. CAIN •-'".is West Fiaglar Street Miami. Florida and file the original thereof with the clerk "f the above named court on or bef the 2tth daj "f December, IHS, otherwise a Decree i tonfaaao will be entered againsl vou. hated this IHIIi day of November, 1913. E. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court ISY: WM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorney lor Plaintiff 1518 West Flagler Street Miami. Florida 11/27 — 12/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A-l DRIV'EAWAY SERVICF1. at 708 Commonwealth Bldg., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NEDRIK, INC. 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 THE BRIDE'S SHOP, at 171 Biscayne Itniileva rd, Miami, FTa.. Intends to register sa nl name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, MRS W II. RB1MANN, Sole Owner GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Registrant :i'J Iteacom Boulevard, Miami, Fla. 11/27 — 12/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring ta engage In business under the fictitious name of 27th AVE. GOLF RANGE, at 8311) N W. 27th Ave.. Miami, Intends to reg.ater said nSme with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. .,„,.„. E J BEILMAN KKSSI.F.R & GARS Attorneys for Applicant ITS.' w. Flagler st. 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fn H IS HEREBY GIVEN that -igned, desiring to engage in %  inder the fictitious name of ixu o WF:ST A v F: N r E with the Clerk, of of Dade County, ra^iwi name iilt Court KBE ROSNEB SIMPSON .1. R(^SENBF;RG .: R A SPIELER %  f..i Applicants r Building, Miami, F'lorida l-D-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334 Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ, also known as SOPHIE MEYERSON, also known as SOPHIE MEYRISON, Deceased. CITATION THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To AURAM MF:Y1:RG(ISS, and to bis wife, his children and grandchildren. whose names and residences are Unknown; to JOSEPH QENSTEIN, whose residence Is unknown: to the children and grandirrT1.ilen of CF.L1F. GENSTEIN. Deceased, whose names and resiliences ai-e Jijikii'fwnlseo tha widow of JACOg n MSSfERaOSg, Deceased, and to the cOMrlreii and grand children of JACOB MEYERGOSS. De NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164312 HAROLD SHAPIRO. Plaintiff. vs. ESTELLE SHAPIRO. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; ESTELLE SHAPIRO c/o Isidor Vernick 717 S. Westlake \A>H Angeles. 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. RESNICK, 235 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, IBS*. If vou 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 al Miami. Florida, this P.Uh day of November, A.D. 1953. i.F.ATMKRMAN. Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. By M. C. GREJBN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk EDWARD S RESNICK, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. 11/27 — 12/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE SERVICE CLINIC, at VJ Beacom Boulevard, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade County, F'lorlda. JULIA GOLDMAN, Sole Owner 11/27 — 12/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NELSON'S, at (655 S.W. Mh St., Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. ALBERT GOLDNER SADELLE GOLDNER VICTOR LEV INK Attorney for Applicants 146 Beybold wdg. 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VIXSI SUPER STATION, al 12300 Riscayne Blvd., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. VICTORIA UNOER 11/27 — 12/1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNDRIMAT8, al l1 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F'lorlda. RAY BERRIN WALTER KAYE 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 d, ahose are unkiuiwn; WRYBRCMiHM. children and MHYEltiliWS. >TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I B IS HEREBY G1VICN that (. • gned, desiring to engage in lei the fictitious name of BEACH FOREIGN CAR : at 19. W. 41st St.. Miami tendi lo register said name |h< Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 i Linty, 1 lorlda. CORONET MOTORS. Inc., II Florida Corporation :' i HE R NEI.Si iN I" %  for Applicant BII-57 — li I 9TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW : is HEREBY GIVEN that • isigned, desiring to ciigug • under the fictitious mime of TRANSPORT SERVICE, at ixel Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name I". Clerk f the Circuit Court Idi County, F'lorlda. IARRY llol.TZMAN, Sole Owner MUi & MUROFF leys for Harry Holtxman 1-18-25 names and residences to the widow of F.LI |iK>*ased. and to lav grandchildren of ELI 1 e ased, whose and residences are unknown, and to all parties known and *mknown, claiming by. through or under any of the above parties, and to all persons whomsoever claiming any Interest In and to the estate of the above named decedent, as provided in Paragraph Ninth, (a), (bL (O and (d). of her l.ast Will and Testament. and to all of the unknown heirs, devise, s and legatees claiming, or entitled to claim, under said portions of tiia Last Will and Testament of the above named decedent, and to all oili.r persons concerned: ..... YOU ARE HEREIH NollllKP thai a Petition has been filed praying (or a determination of the beneflcl:,,„.,,f the al-ivc named decedent mil for a determination as to whethei ,„ %  not the above named panic are dead and have been absent for "<^en yaari Of more f """ ""' l 1 '" "! 1 last domoclle, and you are furtMl notified that on the ,thday of January, i.->4, at 11:1 -lock. AM., teatlmon> ili lataken before the HONORABLE W. F. BLANTON. County TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'IB IS HEREBY GIVEN that derslgned, desiring to engage in ss under the fictitious name of STIC BROKERAGE CO., at *.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Into register said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade |t>. F'lorlda. LOUIS LEVINSON HAROLD LEVINSON 1-1S-2S In Judge, concerning the aliened absence of the above named part es who are supposed and believed to be dead and ,hi circumstances and ifurathin thereof, and you lire hereby requiredIt file your written defenses to snm Petition within forty 140) <>""'" the first publication hereof bhoul.l you fall therein. Decree I I be entered In due course upon said Petl Ion W1TNF:SS my hand and seal or said Court at Miami. Made County, Florida? this 27th day of November. F. BLANTON JTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that iderslgned, desiring to engage In •under the fictitious name of 'SA FURNITURE, at 1115 N. i Ave., Miami, Intend to register laanie with the Clerk of the Clr|Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK MALAGA MAX PLOTKIN 11-18-tJ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY, No. 1M353 MAYUELLE L GRAHAM. Plaintiff, TllnMAS PATRICK GRAHAM. Defendant •j SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: THOMAS PATJfJ.UK GRAHAAI ll*l-21 111th Avenue I S, Osone Park. I..I:. Ne York You are hereby notified that a I.ill of Complaint for Divorce has Wen filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complain on the plaintiffs Attorneys, KE88LER Ai GARS. 17S2 W. Flagler Street. Miami. F'lorlda. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of tl„. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Mth day of December. 1HI. If vou fail to do so. Judgment In default will be taken against VOU for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. .,, „„„„ This notice shall be published, on e each week for four consectlve_tireeki In THE JEWISH l-l.' HtlKlA.V. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 23rd day ot Number, A. D. Ii3K B LEA q. H ERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. • Dade Count v, F'lorida. By I. SNBEDEN, „ (Circuit Court Seal) Depot* t lerk 11 JT — It/4-11-18 IBJ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LITTLE JOE'S, at 1006 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PURCELL LIVINGSTON KESSI.ER .* GARS Attornevs for Applicant 1782 W. Flagler St. 11/27 — 12/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164091D FRANCES 1UNTZE, Plaintiff VS. m MILTON A. IIINT/E. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Milton A. Hintze 1st Air Force Reserve Unit Mitchell F'ield, L.I., NY. You, Milton A. Hintze, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed afainst vou. and vou are required to serve a copy of voiir Answer or Pleading to the Bill" of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorn.vs. KOVNER A MANNH ELMER. 42ii Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading ill the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before the jlsi day of December. 1958. If jrou fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken againsl you for tin ri lief demanded in the Bill of I omplalnt. .... This notice shall be published oneeach week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 1MB day of November. A.D. l58. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, F'lorlda By R H. RICE, JR.. (Circuit Court Cealt Denuty Clerk KOVNER \MANNHEIMER Attornevs for Plaintiff 42" Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. ll 20-87 — ll -ll IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164237 ANNETTE BLAU. Plaintiff, vs. AK.MIN BLAU. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ARMIN BLAU c/o F'irst Hungarian Literary Society M8 East 7lo.li Street New York. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of raur Answei to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2lst of December, A.D. 1868, otheru,e a Decree Pro Confesso will be ent.ied against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weeki in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dated. November 17, lH-i-J. .. .. E. II LEATHERMAN. By WM. W. STOCKING, Clerk of the Circuit Court Deputy Clerk Jerome 0. Greene for BOTTS & GREENE Attorneys for Plaintiff "41 Bhoreland Bkig., Miami ?,2, Florida li 80-81 — 18 l-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF, IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DADE DR1VEAWAY SERVK E. at 70S Dade Commonwealth Hldg., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, norida.^ ]NC 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 ^^^_^ In NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.. IN PROBATE. No. 31366-A Re: ESTATF: OF SADIE SCIILUSSLER. Deceased To AH Creditor! and All Persons Having Claimor Demands Against Said Estate. y,,u. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands winch you. or either of yon. may have against the estate of SADIE SCHLLRSLER, deSSied tate ol Bade County, Florida, ,„„„.'Hon. w F BLANTON. County ludae of Dade County, and same in his office in the Courthouse in Dade ( ounty, within eight calendar the dale of the first ,,f Said claims or tain the lend addrel and to be sworn t aforesall. Or sam Date %  i.i f the file the County Florida, months from Publication hereJemands to conss of the claimant and presented aa will be bai Movember 17th. A.D. 153. JOSEPHINE BCHL1 -I.I.P.. As Administratrix B/ S' F BVA'N'TO'S. County Judge IEORGK CHERTKOF GEORC.F: 607-11 Olympla Uulldlng Miami, Florida Executor for above estate 12/4-11-18-86 ^^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW l> NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctmouH name of HECTORS BAR GR'I.U at NK lat Ave., Miami, Intend to reg|.ier fd name with the Clerk ofthe Circuit Court of Dade tount>. Flor ld "-' WINIFRF^D POKHLMAN RALPH ST. JOHN KKSSLER & GARS Attorneys for Applicants I7K2 W. F'lagler St. 11/27 12/4-11-18 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ORPORATMON OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FIORIDIAN at 2-4366 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the M' !" '" 1 ". 0 ,! CORAL OABLESS /OREIOH CAR SALE8, at Coral Cables, Fla. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, "gjg^p,. MOTORS. Inc. THEODORE R. NELSON Attorney for Applicant 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 N.W. FN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Eiiri FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORJAMlcVf D. ARIAIU nef ,''"^ a n J; lll NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JAMFlK D. ARIAIL S Richards Street. Atlanta. Georgia YOt' JAMES D. ARIAIL. are herehv notified that %  HI" Of Complaint ?,r Dlv'rce has been filed against you and vou are hereby required to s rv,. a ropy of your answer or pleadri^to'-ai'd'HiHof CtomoWnt on the Plaintiffs attorney. ROHF.RT I* in IKIMRFRC. of 7in Beybold BuiidKpMhfml"& Florida, and file the orttlnal >;M* ? % '"' office of the /'lerk of the t 1' • %  Court In and for Dade Co. nt>. Florida on or before the luth day or December, 1H1 if >""" ''" I 0 ,'"', J. Vent by default will be taken aailnat you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DATED a" Miami, Dade County. Florida, this 10th day of November, 195SE. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court Sv WM. W STOCKING Deputy Clerk 11/13-20-27 — l/ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 164116 RAYMOND WRIGHT, Plaintiff WILLIS M. Qt'INN. deceased. KT AL. Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tu Ml the heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, or creditors or other persons claiming by. through or under WILLIS M. QL'INN. deceased, all of whom are not known to be dead or alive; and anv and all other persons having or' claiming any right, title, or Interest In and to the lands described as: Lots 13 and 14, of Block 1. TAMIAMI TRAIL PARK, according to the Plat thereof, recorded to Flat Book U. Huge 73, of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida: the residence of all said persons being unknown. ... Tou. and each of yew. ar"hereby notified that a bill to quiet title has been filed against you and you are requlredTo !" > c tf V K MARTIV wer or pleading to HK M £,*1'A„' 544 Seybold BuSdlng. Miami, Florida, and file the orlglnaTanswer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the above court on or before thei Slst (U> of Deoember. 1953, or default will be en MXi n Vh V Ji2 V9mber A.D., ,953. at M.aml^lorld.^^ Clerk of the Circuit Court ,Seal> By M. C. Green. Deputy Clerk 1I/20-J7 — 12/4-11 SADIE 8CHLU88LER. Deci ased. KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attomeyi for ^dmlnlatratrix ll 20-27— II-" ^_„^„^ IN ,. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IE: ESTATE Of ,..^HN.J*ceaad AKii mnTI.E'o. INTENTION TO I N APPLICATION FOR FINA DISCHARGE HOTICB Is hereto given <"•"** ta V tiled our final report %  I 1 < lion for F'inal Discharge a; ton of the estate of KAHN, deceased; and 2Sth day of December. ALBERT L, that on the ItBt, we will k^VH\RV


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    bJEIliDiriidliiaun
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    -Number 49
    MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1953
    PRICE: TEN CENTS
    > t May
    \e New
    \l Head
    ZM (J T AVPresident
    v\ will call upon Moshe
    j Foreign Minister, to
    government .for Israel,
    jrmal receipt of the
    b( David Ben-Gurion
    smiership.
    Itt was unanimously
    ^r the post last week
    r.d committee of the
    biggest party in Par-
    Inminant group in the
    put coalition.
    pittee voted that Mr.
    pi <1 retain the foreign
    idition to the prernler-
    i< the Ministry of De-
    by Mr. Ben-Gurion,'
    Pinchas Lavjpn, who
    without portfolio, Mr.
    post would go to Zal-
    jrion. who is retiring
    tnt in the Negev, will
    fat in Parliament. His
    expected to take ef-
    la.s inter-party negotia-
    piposition of the new
    completed.
    Party's desire for a
    iment coalition was
    1st week by its invita-
    |apam Party, "left-wing
    , to discuss conditions
    it would enter the co-
    Avoda, parliamentary
    split from the Ma-
    .ago, has indicated its
    i join the government
    to the Mapai bid Ma-
    |pk announced the con-
    r which it would en-
    rnment. It demanded
    rnment in which it se-
    nsibility should be ab-
    lependent, truly neu-
    icipate in any military
    treaty of one world
    another and be "truly
    cause of world peace,
    the country's defense
    Criticism of UN
    Mounts; Partial
    Rating is Rapped
    This unique silver Chanuka menorah, tree-shaped and seven-
    branched in the tradition of the lamp in the Tent of Meeting
    and in the Temple, is the latest acquisition of the Jewish
    Museum on the Cincinnati campus of the Hebrew Union Col-
    lege-Jewish Institute of Religion. Fashioned with exquisite
    workmanship, the lamp dates from middle 18th century Poland
    and was displayed in Lemoerg at ihe beginning of the 19th
    century. A Bear climbing the lamp's tree trunk to extract
    honey from a beehive may refer to a patron named Bear, a
    common East European Jewish name in those days, according
    to Dr. Franz Landsberger, Jewish Museum curator.
    By JTA
    UNITED NATIONS Criticism
    of the United Nations Security
    Council continued to mount this
    week for its action in pushing
    through a resolution censuring Is-
    rael over the Kibya incident with-
    out first awaiting the outcome of
    the Jordan-Israel direct talks in-
    voked by Israel under the armis-
    tice and without coupling its ac-
    tion with an insistence on meas-
    ures to reach a peace settlement.
    The resolution wis steamrollered
    through the Council before most of
    its members had opportunity to
    make themselves fully acquainted
    with the nature and signifiance of
    Israel's dramatic move in making
    mandatory a face-to-face Jordan-Is-
    rael meeting under Article 12 of
    the armistice agreement.
    Although Israel Ambassador Ab-
    ba S. Eban flew to Washington for
    a last-minute conference with Sec-
    retary of State John Foster Dulles
    during which he explained the Is
    raeli move, the Big Three's only
    Germans Want to Forget Past;
    . Feel No Guilty Dr. Salit Says
    y
    NEW YORK"Germany has no
    right to full equality with the other
    civilized nations of the world un-
    til the leaders of the West German
    Republic convince the German
    masses to overcome their intense
    will to forget the Hitlerian outrag-
    es for which they are responsi-
    ble," Dr. Norman Salit, president
    of the Synagogue Council of Amer-
    ica, declared here.
    "The German people apparently
    show no contrition over what
    tragedy they wrought during the
    past decade," Dr. Salit said, add-
    ing that "by and large they do not
    want to be reminded of Nazi atro-
    cities, which they seek to mini-
    mize. They appear to be untroubled
    by the frightful horrors of the con-
    centration camps, seeming to feel
    that only Jews were involved, and
    to them Jews are not important.''
    Speaking at a press conference
    held in the Synagogue Council
    offices one day after his arrival
    here following a month-long study
    of Western Germany, Dr. Salit as-
    serted: "After conferences with
    Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and
    President Theodor Heuss and other
    "West German leaders, I am con-
    Dnovitz became Mi-
    nd mayor in a noon
    at the Dade Coun-
    House last week,
    fear-old political vet-
    shed first in the city
    lion race held on No-
    24th. "As God gives
    3wer to see and do
    ' thing, I shall do it,"
    pz declared In accept-
    3St.
    Stated that the leaders of Ger-
    many today recognize that Ger-
    many bears great guilt in the mat-
    ter of the Hitler crimes. They ar-
    dently wish for German moral re-
    generation in this respect and they
    acknowledge the morally untenable
    position in which Germany has
    been placed by the Hitlerian out-
    rages. The people, however, as dis-
    tinguished from the leaders, show
    an intense will to forget. The fu-
    ture of Germany, therefore, de-
    pends on whether the responsible
    attitude of the leaders will prevail
    over the will to forget of the
    masses, or vice versa."
    Dr. Salit, who left for Germany
    on October 12th with a delegation
    of eight American religious lead-
    ers and who was the first national
    Jewish leader to visit that country
    on an official government invita-
    tion since the rise of Hitler twenty
    years ago, declared he was "disap-
    pointed with the piecemeal way in
    which West Germany was reedu-
    cating its people."
    The Synagogue Council president
    ! said that during his interview with
    Chancellor Adenauer, he pointed
    Demand is Under Study:
    Jordan Issues Vague Reply to
    Eban9s Demand for Settlement
    UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The
    Jordan Government is studying the
    Israeli call on the United Nations
    to convoke a direct Israel-Jordan
    meeting to discuss revisions and
    changes in the armistice agree-
    ment, the details of which were
    cabled to Amman last week, the
    United Nations was told in a cable
    from the Jordan Government.
    The Jordan reply to Secretary
    General Dag Hammarskjold said
    that a full reply would be made at
    a later date, but did not initiate
    when it would be sent.
    Observers here were speculating
    what the Jordan Government was
    "studying'' about the proposal.
    They pointed out that the armis-
    tice pact provision invoked by Is-
    rael made participation by both
    parties mandatory and failure to
    come to the conference table meant
    a breach of the treaty. This left the
    only subjects for "study" the time
    Continued on Pao* 13 A
    out that on September 27. 1951. Dr. j
    Adenauer in an address to the
    Bundestag said that he intended to
    create a department or organize a
    national campaign for educating
    his people against anti-Semitism.
    "Dr. Adenauer told me," Dr.
    Salit said, "that he was not going
    ahead with this campaign and he;
    gave as his reason the fact that
    America and Britain had tried
    such programs, the failure of which
    convinced him of their futility."
    Dr. Salit also disclosed that he
    had asked Dr. Adenauer whether.
    the recent appointment of two for j
    mer Nazi SS Captains, Theodor I
    Oberlander and Waldcmar Kraft,
    to cabinet position would not call
    into question the Chancellor's sin-
    cerity regarding his anti-Nazi
    views. "The only reasonably satis-
    factory answer to this question,"
    Dr. Salit added, "was given me by
    President Heuss, who argued that
    these former Nazis would be kept
    too busy in their department work
    to have time to organize any anti-
    Semitic activity, and further, it is
    safer having them under Dr. Ade-
    nauer's eye than outside organizing
    on their own."
    "On the whole," the Synagogue
    Council president added, "the Jews
    in Germany believe in Adenauer's
    integrity as an anti-Nazi, and it is
    my impression that he is temper-
    ing his personal views regarding
    Nazism in order to gain necessary
    political advantage." ,
    Dr. Salit declared that the future
    of Jews in Germany is dim, point-
    ing out that the average age level
    of the 70 West German Jewish
    communities is 50 years, and that
    there are very few young people.
    "Dusseldorf, for example, has 400
    Jewish families and only 12 chil-
    dren. This is true of all the com-
    munities except Munich, which has
    2,500 Jews (mainly from Eastern
    Europe) and among them there are
    only 1,000 children."
    concession was to add to their res-
    olution draft a paragraph formally
    taking note of the Israeli action
    and instructing Major General
    Vagn Bennike, UN truce supervi-
    sion chief, to note in his report to
    the Council, any agreements
    reached at the projected meeting.
    In a supplementary statement to
    the Council, however, after it had
    voted the resolution, Mr. Eban
    characterized this addition to the
    text as "apositive step" since it
    embodied in the Council's records
    and decisions, note of Israel's
    peace moves and indicated its
    hopes for a constructive outcome of
    the Jordan-Israel talks.
    Ktnnedy Calls for Peace
    First criticism in official Wash-
    ington of the Security Council ac-
    tion came from Senator John F.
    Kennedy of Massachusetts, who ex-
    pressed concern over the Amerian
    support of the resolution. In a let-
    ter to Seretary of State Dulles, Sen-
    ator Kennedy urged this gover.i-
    1 ment to seek a United Nations res-
    olution calling for permanent pea-!e
    negotiations and settlements in the
    Near East.
    The Senator said he was "very
    much concerned with this nations
    position in the United Nations with
    respect to the censuring of Israel
    regarding the Kibya inciden.'."
    Stating that such incidents as Kib-
    ya were deplorable on either siJe
    and that the United Nations must
    prevent such violations of the
    truce. Senator Kennedy asked:
    "But, more important, does not
    this incident present the United
    Nations and the United States with
    an opportunity to urge more vigor-
    ously a more effective and perma-
    nent peace in the Near East."
    The resolution did not escape
    criticism within the United Na-
    tions itself. The Greek delegate,
    explaining his vote for the resolu-
    tion, said he had been able to give
    it only "limited enthusiasm."
    The New York Times editorially
    called upon the Seurity Council to
    ensure action on Israel's call for a
    direct meeting with Jordan. "the
    United Nations must do what it
    can to force the two peoples to-
    gether and to place the blare
    where it belongs if its summons t
    negotiations is disregarded," the
    Times said.
    Zionist groups, here and abroar!.
    strongly criticized the Security
    ment and because, while deporir.-'
    Ceuncil action mainly because it
    failed to call for a peace settls-
    Continued on P*9 10 A
    Dr. Mormon Salit
    . Germans Ml reoentent


    PAGE 2 A
    +Jewist> Herfdlar
    FRIDAY. DECFMBt^
    Victory Dinner to Climax Home's Drive
    For $200,000 at Shelborne Hotel Sunday
    I be principal speaker 53rd Street according to present r
    Rabbi Irv
    reader ulasti
    (enter, will be principal speaker
    at the Victory Dinner climaxing
    the Jewish Home for' the Aged
    fund drive, it has been announced
    by Abe Kurman, Home president.
    The celebration is set for 7 p.m.,
    Sunday. December 6th, at the Shel-
    borne Hotel, at which time cam-
    paign leaders will make public to-
    tal pledges realized by the Jewish
    Home for the Aged in its four-week
    drive to construct a $200,000 addi-
    tion to house bed-ridden and sick
    residents at the Home.
    Baron de Hirsch Meyer, a co-
    chairman of the drive, has accept-
    ed the position of master of cere-
    monies for the evening and will
    introduce Rabbi Lehrman. David
    Phillips and Colonel Jacob Arvey,
    sharing responsibilities during the
    concentrated drive, will submit
    progress reports. Approximately
    one-third of the $200,000 building
    fund goal has now been attained,
    according to Baron de Hirsch
    Meyer.
    A committee of members from
    the Women's Auxiliary has been
    named by Mrs. Sol Silverman.
    president, to handle all arrange-
    ments. Co-chairmen of the hostess
    group will be Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
    Meyer and Mrs. David Phillips.
    Chairman of the Board. M. J.
    Kopelowitz. expressed high confi-
    dence in the outcome of the cam-
    paign and commended the Jewish
    community for its wholehearted
    support of the fund drive. The
    plans. First floor will be named I
    the Ablin Memorial Unit, in honor'
    of the late Jack Ablin, an officer
    of the Home.
    Mrs. Liebman to Speak
    The Herzl Group of Hadassah
    will have its next discussion group
    meeting with Mrs. Malvina Weiss
    Liebman, principal of Beach Cen-
    tral Elementary School, as guest
    speaker. Her subject will be: The
    Encroachment Upon Freedom In
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    of Mrs. Carf Susskind. 4501 Nau-
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    The annual Chanuka banquet of
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    School will be held on Sunday. De-
    cember 6th. 6 p.m.. at the Lyceum,
    25 Washington Avenue.
    A yearly function of the Work-
    men's Circle Yiddish School in
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    feature on its program pupils of
    the various grades. The chair4 of.
    the school will render, folk songs.
    Leah Zebits, Linda Ctiaikin and
    Miriam Babchuk will sing the
    solos.
    The following pupils will partici-
    pate in individual or tjr'Mip recita-
    tion of poetry: Blame Brtuzer, Ar
    lene Burly, Stfty Chessner, Chaim
    Davis, Ida Epstein, Eddie and
    Michael Graf. Irving Greenberg,
    Marsha Halbstein, Heidi Hirjftberg.
    Riva Kaplan. Nerma Kleln.-Chave
    and Marshall Kramer. Mennhe
    Werner. Neharmf Waxbcrjf. Toby
    Frost. Arnold and Ethel Weln and
    Yehudis Zebits.
    Guest of honor will be Zalman
    Yefroikin. national education di-
    rector of the Workmen's Circle,
    who is vacationing at Miami Beach,
    and William-Stern, national direc-
    tor of the English Speaking Divi-
    sion. Yiddish poet Itzik Manger
    will also appear.
    The banquet will be prepared
    by the Women's Club of Branch
    692. School Board will act as hosts
    and hostesses. Louis Lasavin is
    principal of the school which is
    affiliated with the Bureau of Jew-
    ish Education.
    Our Officers, Directors and Entire Membership
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    A Plan for Old Age
    . Cast me not off in the time of old age;
    when my strength faileth. forsake me not"
    Thus wrote the second of Israel's kings in the
    immortal Psalms of David during the days of
    Jewish antiquity.
    The concern men entertain for the problems
    of the aged has not diminished since that time.
    The atmosphere of everything we consider
    ' modern" and "scientific" still leaves.a signifi-
    cant portion of our population each year with
    the question of what to do with those who are
    no longer socially and economicalH'prifluc-
    t;ve.
    Like many other communities throughout the
    country. Greater Miami woke up a few yeau
    ego to the fact that this area has changed
    that vigorous and young persons have been
    moving here and that its aged population was
    rapidly being displaced. Almost overnight, the
    community grew to realize that thousands of
    its old folk stand in need of help to fulfill their
    r.eed of shelter and to allay their feelings of
    loneliness and frustration.
    The rapid displacement of the aged maae"
    this realization even more acute. More, .and
    more an island unto themselves, they who had
    come to benefit from the mild Miami cliraate
    icund themselves increasingly isolated and
    with fewer and fewer living facilities to which
    they could adapt
    The Jewish Home for the Aged has been a
    partial answer to the problem of what to do
    with the community's old folks. It has aimed
    ct engendering in them a sense of personal
    d.gnity. cultivating conditions of fair health,
    offering the security of a home and presenting
    the opportunity to educate the body and the
    mind in the steadfast belief that age must not
    mean cessation of fruitful activity.
    But in the recognition that the Jewish Home
    for the Aged has thusfar been no more than
    c partial answer, home leadership here cast
    about to find a more complete solution. They
    found that its facilities at Douglas Gardens are
    limited in size and scope. Out of their study
    has come a new Master Plan for Miami's fu-
    ture Jewish Home for the Aged.
    A campaign is currently under way for a
    200.000 building fund geared toward estab-
    lishing the Jack Ablin Memorial Unit as the
    home's most immediate objective. On Sunday
    evening. Greater Miamians will gather at the
    Shelbome Hotel to hear the results of the initial
    phase of this campaign. But the aged at Doug-
    las Gardens will be listening with their hearts.
    For out of the community s generosity will
    come the assurance of happiness during their
    twilight years.
    (hamka this V
    We are in the midst of the Festival of Cha-
    nuka. mat eight-day period when the menorah
    and its candles remind us of the ancient victory
    of the Maccabees over their would-be oppres-
    sors
    Each of the candles, we are told, symbolizes
    one day during which a vial of oil found in
    the restored Temple burned beyond expecta-
    tion, and the tight, together, constitute the mir-
    acle of Chargika. For us. ae- for the Jews of
    antiquity, the-Festival of the Lights has added
    significance.
    Miracles are the spice of religious observ-
    ance, but such observances that are recorded
    in history like Chanuka emerge from the
    shadows of mysticism and present their object
    lessons to us in bold relief. The tyranny of an
    imposed Hellenistic godhead, against which
    the Maccabees rebelled, is the tyranny impos-
    ed upon all men wbjs have felt the whip of
    the dictator.
    % As such, the menorah and its candles must
    be a universal symbol of oppression that was
    destroyed by humanity's constant need for
    spiritual freedom. afMPMMMew. who has never
    experienced a moment free horn bigotry and
    hatred directed against him. they must have
    .special significance. ]Bbssmenorah and its
    -flickering candles thifl Be Remind him of
    Jewry's deliverance trtfl Jtiaw They relate to
    him the nobility of aii^pfcrtflrrg people that
    brings forth life out of the remnants of its own
    near destruction. They reiterate the vitality of
    his tradition and call upon him to participate
    in the progress of his culture.
    And they remind hjn .(hat others of the ilk
    of Antiochfls are still at Hand. Let us. therefore,
    sing praise to the flictttttag candles as we re-
    dedicate ourselves to the principle of spiritual
    freedom and the need to maintain a constant
    vigil for the fruit of its future.
    The Fiery Mr. Sharon
    Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett is
    his party's candidate for the vacated post of
    Prime Minister. Mr. Ben-Gurion, for the good
    of the State, has postponed his resignation un-
    til sometime next week.
    President Ben-Zvi has already called upon
    Mr. Sharett for discussions on the matter of
    forming a new coalition, and observers in Is-
    rael seem to feel that the Mapai candidate is
    as good as chosen. t
    We remember the fiery little Foreign Minister
    during his two visits to the Greater Miami area
    last year, and if the remarks he made here are
    any indication of his political character, then
    Mr. Sharett's success is assured. The business
    of maintaining the unity of the multi-opinioned
    Israel Cabinet will need no less than the verve
    which he seems capable of mustering.
    It seems to us that Mr. Sharett is already
    testing his fledgling wings. Early this week,
    he warned the West that Israel will not permit
    itself to be intimidated by American financial
    aid. "We need and are interested in American
    assistance, but an Israel will not yield its po-
    litical freedom and independence of though for
    US aid, so we shall also not seek foreign aid
    at the price of prospects for our development
    and stabilization in the most vital fields," he
    said. I
    ' This, it seems to us, is well spoken. All too
    many of the Western powers, in their desire to
    court Arab favor, have begun to look upon
    the Jewish State's financial duress as'a means
    of explointing its integrity.
    They'll Take fare of it
    A dispatch from Jerusalem this week set our
    heads spinning. We are well aware of the fact
    that there is little reason or overt intelligence
    in diplomatic maneuvering these days, but this
    item of international intrigue, so far as we are
    concerned, take priority over all others.
    The dispatch indicated that the archives of
    the International Tracing Service will be turn-
    ed over to German authorities for operation by
    the Allies who now administer them. The
    archives contain evidence of the Nazi murder
    of millions of Jews and are pivotally important
    in connection with reparations payments.
    It would be an easy matter for some "patri-
    otic" German who silently basks in the one-
    time glory of the Hitler Reich to destroy these
    valuable records. The only hopeful note in this
    otherwise strange turn of events is some assur-
    ance from an Israel mission now in Germany
    that the ITS may be transferred to a seven-
    nation commission instead.
    We don't know which report to believe. But
    one thing is certain. If the Germans get their
    hands on the records, current Nazi denials of
    Jewish claims regarding the mass slaughter of
    millions of their kinsmen will gain increasing
    amounts of credence in the eyes of tile world.
    Miami'*. New Mayor
    Miami's citizenry acquitted itself well in elect-
    ing Abe Aronovitz to the No. 1 spot during last
    week's city commission race. Now. Mr. Arono-
    vitz will serve a mayor for the next two years
    We are certain he will bring to his office the
    same sense of justice that marked the preceding
    two decades of his political career here. There
    is little need to extol the new mayor's virtues
    once, again. Miami's voters must be well aware
    of them as the results of the polling showed.
    But the measure of the man is indicated by
    the remark he made when he accepted the
    gavel from outgoing Mayor Chelsie Senerchia.
    "As God gives me the power to see and do the
    right thing, I shall do it," Aronovitz declared.
    It seems to us that Miami's destiny during
    the next two years is in capable hands.
    Council on .{overseer IMh in as effort to for^t,'
    -----------was an impassioned one. He had jost cor* frm, rt'
    to Washington and a short audience with Secretary of SiT. ii*"T|
    Dulles. Apparently. Mr. Dulles was as deaf to Ambassador FW^
    ments with regard to the Kibya affair as the Security CoDr*1-
    quently proved. It is no secret that pro-Arab -twrimcuiiT?.1
    and especially in the United States, finds itself on the rise si
    UNs flagrant dismissal of the Israel diplomat's plea shows "
    acter of the new-found Arab fortune. *'
    In bis November 12th talk, Mr. Eban pointed out that whn<
    in the Near East was at a lower pitch than todav his eom
    weighed the advisability of inviting the wdrld organuatiostei
    the security situation as it pertains to the Jewish State He ji* J
    the Israel delegation was consistenly dissuaded from such a cm 1
    action on the ground that open debate might increase thtT^
    without leading to a constructive conclusion. "It is an attrih2
    political nature that chronic tensions arouse active lnterestaalM
    the initiative for settlement only when they are revealed is nmi
    ticularly acute phase." the Ambassador emphasized. It seesshJ
    that the master diplomat here made a remarkable distinction!
    the need to discuss regional peace when things are relatively
    opposed to such discussion in moments of turbulence.
    This is something that the UN forgot in its failure to cens
    Arab nations on an equal basis, at least, with its condemnation t
    for the Kibya incident, thus indicating that the early dissuaaWi
    an attempt,to avoid the issue. If such opportunities were lost]
    are not easily recaptured, and the world organization in this nafl
    has made, the possibility of establishing harmony in the Midd
    more far "fetched than it has been heretofore. The Security
    with the condemning impulse of a "morally inspired" Bit Thml
    in effect urged the culprit forward while punishing the afflii
    must be remembered that the Security Council is not a police i
    relatively insignificant legal power which convenes only to
    and record turbulent incidents. It is, in the words of Mr. _
    political organ charged with strengthening peace and security]^
    region where they are impaired.'' UN truce chief V'agn
    though woefully partial in an area where impartiality mast nil
    motivating force of his office, was at least honest enough in hit i
    gency resort when he indicated that the armistice agreements I
    Israel and the Arab League, by their very nature, lose their efl
    new in proportion to the time which goes by without a tr
    permanent peace.
    a a a
    INCENSED BY THE TOTALLY OUTRAGEOUS manner in |
    the UN has chosen to deafwfth the critical Kibya affair. Amli
    Eban has finally invoked Article XII of these agreements. The i
    mat was forced to make this move as a result of constant Arab i
    to meet with Jewish State representatives in a discussion of
    pertaining to permanent peace. As I see it, the October 19th i .
    infraction was merely symptomatic of a general disease As sots, I
    UN's censure of Israel without reference to provocation touched i
    a symptom alone whfle ignoring the more essential danger The<
    is precisely this provocation begun on December 1st. 1947. steal
    Arab League launched violent warfare against the infant state, i
    magnified beyond human proportion when the Security Councili
    accepted such Arab recalcitrance in its one-sided condemnation I
    week.
    "The partition line will be a line of fire and blood These!
    the warning words of Mcetena representatives to the United
    following the partition plan In the -raring weeks, three
    resolutions by the Security Council were contemptuously rejerteil
    them and trampled underfoot on the battlefield. Syrian tank?
    into farming villages on the Upper Jordan. Lebanese troops con*
    upon Galilee. Iraqi and Jordanian forces, with weapons acquire! I
    a declining Great Britain, pushed toward the coastal plain A rid
    fire encircled Jewish forces at Jerusalem. Settlements in the
    were overrun and laid waste. The United Nations had not yet I
    ed its capacity for collective action to offer assistance. Inspired ls{
    prospect of free nationhood. Israel rose to the zenith of its moral |
    and flung the invading hordes backward.
    The Security Council did not lack the courage to express ittt
    miration and to underwrite the infant republic's action in ihe (**j
    fierce Arab opposition. Once it had called for a bold advance in i
    Israel relations, the seven-nation Moslem bloc overcame its
    and entered into direct and intimate negotiations for armistice as I
    island of Rhodes. What has happened to the Security Council's i
    siveness in the matter of peace since then, and what has made J
    Arab League act with such impunity in the matter of peace dii
    The Arabs complained to General Bennike that armistice
    currently in force "do not give us security." One glace at the i
    will show in graphic terms this great "aggressive and expanse'
    colossus, called Israel, surrounding its defenseless, victims on
    side. Ambassador Eban pointed out to the UN.
    There is not a single center of population anywhere in I
    remote from a hostile border. Tel Aviv-Jaffa, with its population"
    400.000, is within fourteen miles of the Jordan frontier Jer
    with a population of 160,000, is less than a half mile from the Jo
    boundary line. Prom Mount Caranel, on whose slopes the city of I
    lies, the Lebanese frontier can be seen easily, and the Jordan homjjj
    is only twenty-four miles away. Growing enterprises in EyUt on W
    Red Sea are populated by pioneers who have three Arab states *"
    visual range.
    In the face of these geographic considerations, it is si*niIi*'|
    that the Arab members of the Mixed Armistice Comtnisslcm. **
    a special responsibility for the operation of the armistice pro*is
    ere loudest in their threats to terminate the peace agreements w j
    Israel's virtual extinction.
    ON FEBRUARY 10,ie$3, COLONEL JEDK>. chairman of the SJ*|
    delegation on that date, stated: "There exists only one soluuaw"
    which we shall get that this land (Israel) shall be possessed
    only by Jews or only by the Arabs." On April 18, 1953. his *"***
    Colonel Shatila. who is supposed to be in charge of >taer!^L'-
    Syrian Israel armistice, speaking of "the enemy who is at pur "?'
    went on to say: "The Arabs have put an end to Israels dream!i a*f
    terror and must insure that Palestine is forever Arab" On the sj-jj
    day, the king of Jordan announced: "With the help of Ood, we
    take back what was lost to us, and we shall prove to thew"^JJ
    we are a strong nation." Mr. Army Nashashibi. the to^JjTaa.
    Jordan delegate to the Mixed Armistice Commission nd.lT pointed Jordan's chief information officer, said in a special nwp-j^
    on September 4. IMS: "We want back the entire robbed r-w*
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    Jleli
    _ flighting Ceremony
    Miami Beach Center
    lin celebration of the festival of
    lanuka. the Religious School of
    Mia'"' Beach Jewish CefHer-
    it pivscut, ^,,|fn^^fc*t!R
    fef'for all .fMwjs on{Sund^,
    J2|j'ng December 6th, at 10 a.m.,
    lording to Dr. Herman Mechlo-
    ^ chairman of the school.
    J festive program has been
    fnncll and will begin with the
    Ktional exchange of Chanuka
    in classrooms. A Chanuka play
    _.jled The Third Temple4 wiU
    [ow The Play will be directed
    f jir- Gershon Miller, Center dra-
    liics instructor, and participants
    Ithe cast will be Claudia Bialo-
    |ki Marcia Cohen, Sonia Glasser,
    Irtiii Gallant, Russell Herman,
    Lira Katz, Alan Medof, Daniel
    tnhanlt, Michael Schinitsky and
    vey Shapiro.
    candlelighting ceremony will
    [featured on the program, par-
    ipants are Sherry Antman, Ro-
    ,1a Brick, Elyse Gilman, Patn-
    i Goldman, Ellen Hirsch, Arlene
    Dpern. Debra Karg, Richard
    Iz, Eileen Lubin, Howard Matter,
    Cbara Newman, Andrea Rauzin,
    tbara Ann Resnick, Kenneth
    |h, Ronna Schutzman and How-
    I Segal.
    ^t the conclusion of the pro-
    im, the PTA will serve a special
    anuka luncheon on the patio.
    rd Meeting Tuesday
    .Miami Hebrew School and Con-
    tgalion will hold a Chanuka cele-
    ^tion at the synagogue on Sun-
    y morning, 10 a.m. Children of
    "Sunday School will participate.
    Tuesday evening, December
    ., 8:30 p.m., members of the
    ard of Directors will meet, ae-
    ding to H. M. Drewkb, presi-
    nt.
    CaAablanuL Nitely
    (playsAA. thru
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    with KARL REDCOFF EVELYN KING ALAN KEYS
    Ptodur.-d and directed by
    Sam Hirsch
    Settings by
    Al Brenner
    Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge membership campaign con-
    tinues to progress. Shown enrolling Marvin Kimme) (second
    from right) into membership in the Lodge is Allen Goldberg
    (third from right), recently named co-chairman of the Lodge's
    membership campaign committee. Also shown are (extreme
    left) Gershon S. Miller, Lodge vice president,end (extreme
    right) Gilbert J. Balkin, Lodge president. Kimrhttf is Currently
    serving as Grand Exalted Ruler of the MirJrrrn 'Beach Elks'
    Lodge.
    Rosner Announces Opening of The
    Sterling Hotel; to Feature Kosher Cuisine
    chwartzman in Talk
    Coral Gables Zionist District will
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    20 years of hotel management, has
    become nationally know for pro-
    viding his guests with fine food
    in the cherished tradition of Jew-
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    Rosner this week announced.the
    opening of The Sterling, a 150-
    room hotel on the ocean at 6767
    Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
    which will take place Tuesday, De-
    cember 8th. Owned and managed
    by ,the_, veteran hotel operator, The
    Staffing; will feature a cuisine ad-
    hering to strict dietary rules. Aj
    dairy pool-side snack bar will be a
    comfortable novelty for swimmers
    and sun-bathers, with all food from
    the snack bar served with the com-
    pliments of the management.
    The Sterling will operate primar-
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    cial diets, such as low-calorie or
    salt-free, also will be available to
    hotel guests without extra charge
    Rosner's 22 years of hotel ex-
    perience)!'include owner-manage-
    ment rtrflcsueh hotels as the Del-
    monieo on Miami Beach and the
    Ostend in Atlantic City. The entire
    Rosner family will be associated
    with the new Sterling.
    In order to devote his full time
    to the opening and operation of
    The Sterling, Rosner has discon-
    tinued all association with other
    Miami Beach hotels that he pre-
    viously owned.
    The Sterling's spacious dining
    room will be walled in entirely in
    glass on the ocean and pool sides.
    Two custom-built kitchens, com-
    prising one of the largest and most
    modern cooking areas in Miami
    Beach, have been constructed in
    tile, plate glass and stainless steel.
    The $1,500,000 Sterling has pro-
    visions for banquets, seating 500
    persons comfortably, and outstand-
    ing convention facilities. Its public
    space area, which includes a 900-
    foot ocean terrace, a massive lobby.
    TV-theater lounge, large card room
    and a spacious oool-and-cabana
    section, will make The Sterling one
    of the few hotels in Florida design-
    ed for conventions.
    Much of the custom-designed
    furnishings of The Sterling are in
    imported African mahogany. An
    atmosphere of informality prevails
    throughout the hotel, which high-
    lights men's and women's solaria,
    adequate parking facilities and a
    -private synagogue. For those who
    desire, daily services will be held
    in the synagogue, with special
    services fer Passover and other
    holidays.
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    in each room. Central heating is i
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    light heavyweight division and 1952
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    along with Rabbi David Raab, mem-
    ber of the United States soccer
    team which competed in this year's
    Maccabiah games.
    Rabbi Raab, formerly of Miami
    Beach, now has a New Jersey pul-
    pit. He recently completed a tour
    of duty with the armed forces in
    Korea. Wittenberg is a New York
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    the United State Committee for
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    *Jewish FhridUan
    PAGE 7A
    jtish Position is
    >ak in Jordan
    [spite Subsidies
    ' By ARTHUR LEWIS
    Bwhn t.NgrapMe Asehcy
    ,'ITBD NATIONS Judging
    the increased financial aid it
    had to provide Jordan this
    the United Kingdom is find-
    fit more and more expensive to
    tin any kind of a hold on the
    hemite Kingdom. Besides the
    Bl annual subsidy of $2,000,000
    the Arab Legion, the British
    ernment is providing an inter-
    [ free loan of $4,500,000' to be
    ht during the fiscal year be-
    ing April 1st on what are de-
    as "certain specified proj-
    under Jordan's five-year plan
    [economic development." Pur-
    aore, the Foreign Office is ap-
    ntly ready and willing to shell
    [even more money if it can get
    liamentary sanction to do so.
    uch extravagant generosity at a
    when the British want to haul
    troops out of the Trieste Ter-
    because of the cost of keep-
    [them there is the subject of
    test here at the United Na-
    il may be due to blackmail;
    [British are known to have been
    liderably alarmed by the dem-
    otions and riots directed
    ast them in Amman following
    [Kibya incident.
    the military ally and paymas-
    Df Jordan, the United Kingdom
    assume some of the responsi-
    j at least for the actions of the
    Semite Kingdom' in Palestine,
    the question that is being
    pd in the corridors here is how
    tli control do the British exert
    Jordan now. and whether or not
    have a Syngman Rhee by the
    in the rabid anti-Jewish Pales-
    Arabs who run the state,
    lertainly, General Glubb, the
    li-h commander of the Arab Le-
    has no authority to guard
    borders of Jordan and prevent
    rauders front crossing them. As
    head of the state's army, he
    \u\d have such authority, but, it
    uld seem that he is the sorry
    nple of a British pro-consul tak-
    I ever by the natives and forced
    [do their will. For the sake of
    earance and his own ego, Gen-
    Glubb has resorted to the most
    praordinary p h i 1 o s o phising.
    ereby he asserts that the Jews
    nefit from trouble on the borders
    (Jordan both psychologically and
    jhard cash.
    Ambassador Abba Eben, in a
    before the Security Coun-
    recently. quoted General Glubb
    saying that the Jewish people
    i''l "the psychological release of
    urge to bully others after hav-
    uffered the same thing for
    nturies." The Israeli representa-
    re also referred to the British
    eral's opinion that the Jews
    elitted from incursions across
    Jordan border and the havoc
    I murder that resulted from
    lem because they stimulated fi-
    fneial support for Israel' in the
    nited States.
    reason why diplomats here
    liestion the control that the Unit-
    Kingdom has in Jordan is that
    |iere have been two distinct phases
    the Arab State's relations with
    ^rael. They were: the fairly friend- i
    phase while King Abdullah was
    [live and the border was the most
    Jiet and peaceful of any; and the
    Present hostile phase with the bor-
    fi-y in upheaval, a phase which be-
    an with the assassination of King
    Abdullah by Palestine Arab ex-
    |remists and their effective can-
    are of the state.
    Which of these phases represents
    British policy toward Israel? Dur-'.
    i both of them, the United King-
    Bom was the paymaster and ally of
    Jordan. Mr. Eban says that the Is-
    raelis are sincerely puzzled and
    |*ould like to know the answer.
    Perhaps, the answer lies in the
    Ifact that the British no longer have
    jmuch control in Jordan, that they |
    are paying through the nose for the
    right to stay in the Hashemite
    Kingdom and appear to have some
    influence in the Middle East. This
    rt of thing can happen when an
    Empire is declining and trying to
    nang on to the threads of its power
    and prestige. Still, the question re-
    mains: what is the present British
    P^'cy in Palestine.
    Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Mrs. David Phillips examine
    an original by Ruth Mook (right) as they set final plans for
    the champagne fashion show and life membership party
    sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the^ewjsh.Hame, for
    the Aged. T,he affair will be at the home'pf .Mrs, Meyer or
    Monday afternoon, December 7th. omjonn:
    AUSTRIA WATCHES US FOREIGN POLICY
    By BORIS SMOLAR
    Jewish Telegraphic Agency
    THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE:
    Behind the sudden rejection by
    the Austrian Government of Jew-
    ish claims for heirless property is
    the assumption that the.Jews have
    lost their influence in Washington
    and thus there is no further need
    to negotiate with them. This as-
    sumption is based primarily on the
    notion that Secretary of State John
    Foster Dulles is not friendly to
    Israel, which is seen by some mem-
    bers of the Austrian Cabinet as
    an indication that Washington may
    no longer be backing the Jewish
    claims -against Austria. It will not
    take *tg before these members
    of the Austrian Government dis-
    cover that they were mistaken.
    Contrary to their calculations, the
    US Government is not entirely dis-
    interested in helping the American
    Jewish groups secure a proper set-
    tlement from Austria for heirless
    Jewish property left there by fam-
    ilies annihilated by the Nazis. In
    fact, American authorities in Vi
    enna are watching very closely
    isfying.iJewish claims. And the \* J ._il___J_J__i.. i
    ever, since no agreement has yet
    been reached, the Council of Jew-
    ish Federations and Welfare Funds
    is insisting that the communities
    financing the two agencies he giv-
    en representation in the. negotia-
    tion. This request is based on the
    belief that without a neutral party
    participating, the U SNA-HI AS
    talks may go on for ouite a time
    without result. The CJFWF claims
    that there is duplication and over-
    lapping of immigration- services be-
    tween USNA and HIAS. The lead-
    ers of these agencies hflse agreed
    that any duplication 1 hat exists
    should be eliminated. The present
    talks among the leaders the two
    agencies are directed toward ex-
    ploring the possibility of a USNA-
    HIAS merger. Speaking of the
    growing tendency in the commu-
    nities to check duplication. It is
    interesting to note that many of
    the small and intermediate cities
    report that the problem of multi-
    plicity of competing campaigns, es-
    pecially for Israel, is no longer a
    serious one. However, in some of
    the larger cities the problem still
    STZLmS Cabme't -"L^ is considered harmful
    author predicts that within 20
    years houses in the United States
    will require neither heating nor
    air conditioning. Especially inter-
    ested in the relation of climate to
    architecture, Mr. Aronin is devel-
    oping a new science which he calls
    "airchitecture" and which he pre-
    sents ip, hi* hook. .tQ show how
    buildjn*,design ,<8an,b>i influenced
    by climate. The book opens with
    the design of a synagogue and con-
    tains more than 300 illustrations
    throwing light on the author's new
    approach to the problem of design-
    ing buildings that are in harmony
    with the climate. Among other
    things, the author mentions the
    fact that the oldest regular quan-
    titative measurements of rain were
    made in Palestine in the first cen-
    tury by a method very similar to
    that employed today. However, he
    has nothing to say about modern
    architecture in Israel. On the oth-
    er hand, he cites the Home of Jew-
    ish Aged in Kansas City, Missouri,
    and other American Jewish\insti-
    tutwm as models of sioeenH archi-
    tecture. Interested Ini .Jewish af-
    fairs, Mr. Aronin made special
    study of synagogues, and also
    worked on plans for synagogues
    and Jewish commuMry*centers in
    New York, Pennsylvania, New Jer-
    sey and Delaware. His primary in-
    terest, however, is in proving that
    if the right materials, design and
    construction are used, building can
    utilize the natural resources of sun,
    air and water to maintain a year-
    round even temperature. The book
    shows how primitive man through
    centuries intuitively recognized
    climate in his building designs,
    and how this can be applied to
    modern constructions s
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    possibility is not excluded that
    Washington may indicate to the
    Austrian Government its "sur-
    prise" over the sudden breaking
    off of the talks. However, it is sig-
    nificant that the new trend in the
    US Government attitude towards
    Israel is giving encouragement not
    only to the Arabs, but also to some
    "statesmen in Europe who have a
    mistaken notion about American
    ideals of justice.
    Agency has authorized only 12
    campaigns for Israel in the United
    States and published a list of the
    organizations authorized to conduct
    these campaigns. The 12 organiza-
    tions are required to submit to the
    Agency quarterly financial reports
    as well as .monthly reports on the
    transfer of funds td Israel.
    DOMESTIC ISSUES: Negotia-
    tions between the United Service
    for New Americans and HIAS for
    the consolidation of their activi-
    ties in the field of aid to Jewish,
    !mm/grants are progressing. How-1 the young Jew.sh arch.tect and
    HOME PROBLEMS: A book
    which will, no doubt, attract at-
    tention not only among experts
    and students of architecture, but
    also among builders and home own-
    ers, is Jeffrey Ellis Aronin's Cli-
    mate And Architecture just pub-
    lished by Reinhold. In this volume,
    New Recordings Here
    Two new albums of recordings
    are now available through the Flor-
    ida Regional Office of the Anti-
    Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
    These are The Chanuka Story and
    The Purim Story. Both albums are
    recorded on 78 rpm records and
    feature drama and song narrated
    by actor John Conte. They are pro-
    duced by the Union of American
    Hebrew Congregations, New York
    City, and may be obtained on loan
    from the Florida ADL Office, 330
    Seybold Building.
    New Officers Named to
    Goodwill Group Board
    Board meeting of the Goodwill
    Group of Greater Miami will con-
    vene on December 10th, 12:30 p.m..
    at the Trail Lodge Hall, Knights
    of Pythias, 2629 SW 8th Street.
    Mrs. Mildred Bobson has been
    elected social secretary of the or-
    ganization.
    The Mesdames Kitty Glosser, Et-
    ta Stotsky, Jennie Wilchyk and Mr.
    Nat Fields were elected Board
    members.
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    Citizen leaders E. Albe rtP allot an,* ^ ^ -erk Earle s riqg m Federal court
    with Federal Judge John W. Holland ana ua wsm f t Marie G,ov.
    aB .he first of 500 naturalized c^en. were sworn in^hu^^^/^e Pappas.
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    HBDAY.

    Miss Phyllis Bryman Becomes Mrs. [PERSONALLY Miss Gloria Pugach Chooses import*
    Norman Goldman In Candlelight Rites;S P E A K I N GI f-^iLxYs!gLngi^lr*in <">iurujf
    .a a eandlehgbt. doable nnz
    ceremony at the Monte Carlo Ho-
    ld Sunday Mis* Phyllis Harriet
    Btynsan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    &meeJ BonuB. 825 89th Street.
    . aw Beach, beeeme the bnde of
    N mun Goldman, son of Mr and
    I Max Goldman. 1355 13th
    -race Rabbi Leon Kronuh el-
    ated, assisted by Cantor Sam-
    Kelemer.
    The bride was given in marriage
    her father Best man was Sey-
    mour Schwartz. Ushers included
    hart GoWraaa. Arthur Fine. Mer-
    Levrant. Phi] Brooks. Arthur
    Tiser and Richard Hecfcer.
    'latron of honor was Xn Ar-
    r Nenuer Mas Sheila Warhaf-
    was maid of honor, with Miss
    E-th Fme in ib.Mii of the gwest
    fc.
    The bnde selected a gown of
    bf rbanfitly lace over a bndal
    fitted bodice, the skat a
    Mr and Mrs. Marten Mint, w "* ^ M
    8*8 SW 72nd Cooxt. mini t the
    of n langhli
    , November lath, n_^
    ix each. 1614 Mfrlalaa /
    Mr and Mrs. Sheldon Silverstoae the late Sam Pugaeh.
    Le-
    h-wiu
    asrs
    *
    here fottowinc
    their hooey town spent in Pan
    America. The bride is the daugh-
    ter of Mr and Mrs. Sanl L Kenhoir,
    Miami Beach After a brief stay.
    the Stlverstones will reside in
    Jamaica. Long Island New York.
    * *
    Mrs. Ethel Sherbet has returned
    from the North, where she spent
    the wanner vacation.
    *
    An uspjanaj
    birthday were celebrated by the
    children.
    Lrnn and Loam WeMson. priacubwl
    a gpaadaoa. Louis HL
    23th. at St.
    Mr Goldhof is the oon of Mr
    Mrs Max B. Goldhof. 4812
    Pine Tree Drive. Rabbi Jamah K
    Narot officiated at an altar decor-
    ated with gladinlas. white ehryxaa-
    Iheamnes and sbeUpink carnations.
    Nuptial music was offered by the
    Irvin Rose Trio.
    Best man was Leonard Uhre.
    Jeffrey Burrows, nephew of the
    was ringbearer Given fat
    by her brother. Pan! Pu-
    the bride chose for her wed-
    and exug gown imported ehantilly lace.
    I.-g sleeves extending to a
    the wrist Her illusion neckline
    was outlined with appbeue lace trapiem
    hip-length French illusion veil c*de of yellow rases. Miss Wi
    was held by a tiara of seed pearls, haftig was dressed m yellow tulle
    r only piece of jewelry was a, *r taffeta and carried talisman
    -and of pearls She carried a roses.
    ade of white roses and steps The bride was graduated from
    gfc with showered ribbons. Miami Beach High School, attend-
    Jrv Bryman. mother of the
    -1*. selected a waltz length gown
    seagreen ehantilly lace over
    n and carried on an orchid cor
    pj Mrs Goldman selected deli
    pink crepe and lace gown with
    -iid corsage.
    ^4r. Nemser wore ice blue tulle
    with fitted waist, capsleeves
    and accordion pleated ballerina-
    length skirt. The three-quarter
    length veil of French illusion was
    held in place by a ehantilly lace
    Phi -
    Weiss.
    She carried an arm bouquet of
    white roses, carnations, sweetheart
    rose beige lace over matdftkj
    ua orchid mrsis* |
    designed bj the;
    Shops. A
    and dance followed the
    Wolf, Young Troth
    ed the University of Florida
    the University of Miinaf
    Mr Goldman was graduated from
    Miami flu in # School, attend-
    ed the Ubnisnsiaj of Florida and
    University efuMnmi He is a mem-
    ber of the Pens Beta Tau Fra-
    ternity.
    A reception and dinner followed
    at the Monte Carlo Hotel For her'
    going away outfit, the bride select-
    Mrs. Rabin's i cloche, and elbow-length mittens
    of matching lace completed
    it it it
    Mr and Mrs Eugene J
    of 1650 SW 21st Street.--------- j WBne nT??5*?0a*\.Smt**eMn I > KP*an Hall of Teaak
    the birth of their granddaughter. ? ?! "y<**Tllg- T** i The bride b a pans*,.
    Adrian Ease Bohenberg. on No- Wl^.^hrt*_ vember 27th Parents are Mr. and amm*J:nmm_wmm ,i~mor- woc* **tt- attended the
    Mrs..Bernard L. floheaberg. f' f !****. mmu r ""?* M~i -Tin? groom b
    Tarrytnwn. New York. Paternal ^ff1* fnd calT,*d crescent boa the U of M. stud) :ng far
    quet of cavalier roses. Sandra au decree in psveb-,;
    Werner niece of the groom, was!
    junior bridesmaid. She wore pale
    blue organaj and carried a basket
    of white deep pink roses.
    Mrs. Pugach. mother of the
    bride, wore mauve taffeta and
    from a summer vacation in Coo-
    ls are Mr. and Mrs Otto
    Bohenberg. Crestwood. New York.
    it it it
    Mrs Faye Brownstem. rlsnghtii
    of Mr. and Mrs. Bonn Spero. 2280
    SW 2nd Terrace, has returned
    of Psi Cm homt!
    Per bar going aw at nstiau,|
    bride chose a b'.zc* and white
    Upon completion of il
    moon trip by motor tar.
    dence ahemi Before leaving ____________________"-
    reside at 4812 Pine Tree Mr-
    for the South. Mrs. Brownstein j
    . : ed a baby blue imported cashmere' was feted at a program presented | Covan, Lewis Wed
    by the Beth D rtroap of Ansonia. -, .
    Connecticut, in which she was pre In I Cllipk* Israel
    seated as guest of honor at a pro-i Only members of then-
    gram entitled. This Is Your Life ate families attended the wedding
    it it -it of Miss Suzanne Covan and David
    Relatives from New York City
    Announced in Miami suU .b pink accson.
    . he engagement of their da ugh After touring Florida, the couple
    Loui* Nancy to Robert will make their home at 7155 Rue
    sag, son of Mrs Beck Young. Notre Dame. Normandy Isle.
    : Sheridan Avenue, and the late -------------------------------
    Landaus Mark
    Wedding Date
    Ronald Lewis at Temple Israel
    Dr and Mrs Max Landau, of
    4780 P.netree Drive Miami Beach.
    recently celebrated the.r 50th wed-
    ding anniversary with an informal
    i tel. They are Mrs. Morris Borrow
    a sister. Mrs. Anna Kattelman.
    Mrs Edelmans mother: Mrs. Jack
    fanner attended by relative, and ^tS^ZmSV^SL "-
    friend* at the Sa-u Souci HoteL *" "* ****** ""
    Dr
    here
    November 29th. 1903 They -.
    both in their early 70s Dr Lan I lllll MCCtlllgS HCTC
    dau is a retired New York dentist Emma Lazarus Business and Pro
    <.u^u included their daughter, fessional Women's Chapter of
    Mr- Charles Leibowitz. and her Bnai Britb will meet at the Miami
    two sons, of Kings Point. New Colonial Hotel on
    York
    and vicinity visiting Mrs Sam Ed- Saturday evening. Rabbi Joseph R.
    elman of 446 East Di Lido Drive. N** officiated,
    are all stayint at the Saxony Bo-1 The bride is the daughter of Mr
    and Mrs Norman Covan. 23M SW
    and Mrs Landau, residents .
    line* 1891. were married on l> liai B'rilh WomCIl
    are
    Tuesday. Decero
    'ii tovfae WoN
    an Young, is announced by
    Hi and Mr Leo Wolf. 1806 Mend
    Asenue. Miami Beach
    Miss Wolf is a graduate of Miami
    >ch High School and attended
    the University of Florida.
    Mf Young is a graduate of Mi
    a-.i Beach High School and the
    iversity of Miami Law School
    He is a member of the Florida Bar
    A-sociation and is now attending
    -vice school at Fort Jackson.
    umbia South Carolina.
    The couple plan an early Janu-
    wedding in- the Monte Carlo
    H .tel.
    Private School* Meet
    The Private Schools Association
    i Dade County held Ha monthly!
    I -eting Thursday at the Cushman j
    School. This was the first la aj
    series of discussions on a program I
    < i cultural and educational activi-
    ties. Guest speaker was Clayton
    ' arles. chairman of the Art De
    ;. -tment at Miami University.
    20th Street. The bridegroom is the
    son of Mr and Mrs. Barry Lewis.
    1917 SW 22nd Avenue.
    Given in marriage by bar father,
    the bnde wore a powder Mae wool
    jersey afternoon frock, vim pear!
    encrusted bodice and matching
    jacket. Her pale blue hat was
    adorned with seed pearls and a
    nose veil. She carried a Bible with
    a white orchid.
    Arthur Lewis was best man. and
    Mrs. Leonard Covan acted as ma-
    tron of honor. She wore a navy suit
    I ber 8th A film on the Children s
    Home in Israel will be featured.,
    followed by a skit and Chanuk-. I '"tb navy accessories and a purple
    celebration presented by Molloe
    Cohen and Bertha Zoolin.
    U -tt Miami Beach B'nai B nth Women
    will hold its weekly Menorah
    games party at the Empress Hotel
    on December 11th. 1 pjn accord-
    ing to Mrs. Claire Isaacs, chairman
    it -Ct -tt
    B'nai Britb Women's Council of
    South Florida will meet on Friday.
    December 11th. 8:30 p.m.. at the
    Miami Colonial Hotel to make plans
    for the arrival here of Phillip
    Klutznkk. national B'nai B'rith
    president.
    orchid
    Wedding guests were entertained
    following the ceremony at a din-
    ner in the Bonfire Restaurant.
    Newlywed Mrs. Lewis is a grad-
    uate of Miami Senior High School
    and is a freshman at the University
    f Miami. She is a member of
    B'nai B'rith. Phi Sigma Sigma
    gwvM I. Uwb
    Youth Council. The brid
    pledge and presider.: of late
    Miami Bigh graduate and
    really serving ia the Cosst I
    tt ShOiTB
    At OUT MeetiH\
    Rice Bar Miizvah
    Richard. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
    Rice, became Bar Mitzvah during Z ,
    Thursday morning services at Beth menu, 50 South Shore Driw.^
    David Synagogue Rabbi Max Sha-
    piro officiated.
    Local fashion doimen*
    tions will be featured at d
    comber 8th membership ta|
    by the Greater Miar.i CkilM'
    the Women's American 0STI
    ill be held around the sei
    of the Twin Towers
    Young Adults Meet
    Young Adult Group of the Miami
    Beach Jewish Center will bold a
    Cbanuka party on Wednesday. De-
    cember 9th. 6 p.m.. in the Social
    Hafl of the Miami Beach Jewish
    Center, according to Bob Stone,
    president Debbie Graboyes is so-
    cial
    H neon krauts was Bar
    Mitzvah on Saturday. No
    rember 28th, at the Miami
    Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi
    brring Lehnnan officiated. An
    eighth grade student at the
    Ida M Fianer Junior High
    School Lester atterkb the Re-
    ligious School of the Miami
    Beach Jewish Center. He in
    the son of Mr. Philip Roeen-
    krantz and Mrs. Yetta Roean-
    krantz.
    Marjoric Frieciland
    Has Mitzvah on
    Father's Birthday
    Marjone Doris Frtedlancf daugh-
    ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fried
    land, will celebrate the occasion
    of hes Bas Mitzvah at the Miami
    Beach Jewish Center on Saturday.
    December Sth. during the morning
    service, it was announced by Rabbi
    Irving Lehrman.
    the Center.
    profes*0**!
    Special feature of the
    will be a variety of da
    clothing exhibited b>
    models.
    Mrs. Rose Frankel.
    ber of ORT who has just
    from Europe, will speak n
    group on her recent visit to
    schools in Israel. ai
    The program is under t* <*l
    lion of membership chairm" wi
    Estelle Tischler
    Mariorie will be blessed by Rab-
    bi III mi oa the pulpit which
    *ss presented to the Center by ber
    father, fsrat preasaai
    the founders of the
    The day will provide a .
    celebration for the family as Mr.
    rrteiWnail's fhaoj uikt m the
    uw dap. ta heaor of the occa-
    sion, be will be called to the Torah.
    to cheat the Maflir
    of. Attain at Center
    Children of the West MuaN
    ish Center Nurseo and .-. ,
    tea will present a Chanu" FT
    gram oa Thursday ntaMj1
    eae of fpjs. The program win '
    the direction of Miss -
    Dahlar and Mm J^jS]
    Rabbi Alfred Waxman *" *""
    Kmdqgarten Co


    FRIDAY, PECEMBEB 4, 1963
    -JmlstincrHkMi
    PAGE 9 A
    Miss Satin Becomes Bride of Lewis
    Ivan Meisel; Honeymoon in Nassau
    On Sunday evening, November
    29th. Miss Tobi Esther Satin,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J.
    Satin, Tavares, Florida, became the
    bride of Lewis Ivan Meisel, of
    Jacksonville, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    1 Max Meisel, Miami Beach. Offi-
    ciating at the ceremony, which tool-
    place in the Jacksonville Jewish
    Center, was Rabbi Sanders A. To-
    field, assisted by Cantor A. Mar-
    I ton. The altar was decorated with
    | palms and candlebra, and the can-
    opy was entwined with white car-
    nation*:. Family pews were mark-
    ed with white satin ribbon. A pro-
    pram of nuptial music preceded
    the ceremony.
    The bride entered the synagogue
    on the arm of her father, in a wed-
    ding gown of nylon tulle and lace
    pmsed over satin. The lace bodi<*
    was designed with a scallopev
    neckline in front and back. A Jul"
    iet cap of lace over nylon tulle,
    outlined in seed pearls and adorn-
    ed with a fingertip veil of bridal
    illusion, complemented the bridal
    gown. She carried the traditional
    white satin Bible decorated with a
    white orchid and lilies-of-the-val
    ley.
    Miss Satin chose as her maid of
    honor. Miss Myra Leonard, of Tam-
    pa,who was gowned in rose mauve
    taffeta and nylon net, with fitted
    bodice featuring pearl embroidery
    i and full overskirt with panel of
    [nylon net. Her bridesmaids were
    Miss Renee Roit, of Brooklyn,. New
    York, in coral gown, and Miss Ar
    den Balper, of Jacksonville, in
    lambeth blue. Their dresses were
    fashioned alike of nylon net with
    sal in bodice and they carried mod-
    ern colonial bouquets of anemone
    and chrysanthemums in contrast-
    in.; colors.
    The flower girl. Miss Nancy
    Satin, cousin of the bride, wore
    gentian blue taffeta with bateaux
    neckline. She preceded the bride
    and strew the white carpet with
    rose petals from her blossom-filled
    basket^ Serving as best men were
    Eli Becke* and SMdon Gendzier.
    of Jacksonville. Uabew were Joe
    Satin,' brother of tfce%ri*e, Edward
    1'enson, Mandel Otifetsberg, both
    of Gainesville, and Harry Yoffee,
    Tots About Town
    Mrs. Lawis fvan Meisel
    Beryl Lovitz and Lt. Jack Shore-
    stein, of Jacksonville.
    Mother of the bride wore a cocoa
    colored dress of silk, which fea-
    tured imported chantilly lace bor-
    dering the hodice and a fitted
    jacket of matching accessories and
    an orchid corsage. Mother of the
    groom chose a blonde peau-de-soie
    dress trimmed with topaz and pearl
    beading. Matching accessories and
    an orchid corsage completed her
    outfit.
    Following the ceremony, a din-
    ner and dance were held in the
    Center Auditorium. The bride's
    book was kept by the Misses Myra
    and Tobi Thier. Mr. and Mrs. Meis-
    el left for a wedding trip to Nas-
    sau. The bride traveled in a blue
    wool flannel suit with navy acces-
    sories. Upon their return to Jack-
    sonville, the couple will make their
    home at 2159 Riverside Avenue.
    Baldi Talks at Cohen Hall
    Miami Chapter, National Chil-
    dren's Cardiac Hospital, will hold
    its regular monthly meeting on
    Tuesday, December 8th. 1 p m., at
    Melvin Cohen Hall. Plans for a
    dinner to be held in the Latin
    Quarter on December 27th will be
    discussed. Guest speaker will be
    J. Baldi.
    mti
    ini>,
    Hosts at the reception honoring 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal
    Chairman Acron M. Kanner were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kane
    (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle (right). Both Kane and
    WeiakW heve served as campaign chairmen and pledged
    their support to Kanner in the coming fund drive.
    Zamora Mttkber Dance
    Zamora Jewish Center will hold
    a member bring-a-member party on
    Wednesday evening, December 9th,
    8 p.m., at the Center, 44 Zamora
    Avenue, Coral Gables, according to
    an announcement this week by Mrs.
    Louis Kroll.
    Boston's Flying Fingers of Radio
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    at the piano
    Singer of Jewish and English Songs
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    North Dade Latke Party
    A latke party will be held at the
    North Dade Jewish Center on Sun-
    day evening, December 6th, at 6
    p.m. Children of the Religious
    School will present a Chanuka play.
    The Sunday School PTA is in
    charge of arrangements. _____
    "^^pr
    MRS. E. SPIVACK
    Teacher of
    PIANO, SINGING, ELOCUTION
    THEORY OF MUSIC
    915 8th Street, Miami Beach
    Phone 5-2444
    Instruction at Toor Home
    juniors lodge;
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    ISSUE says Jeff Huber-
    man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
    Huberman, of the Normandy
    School.
    'Oft,
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    7!
    Klutznick to be
    Miami Visitor
    Philip M. Klutznick, internation-
    al president of B'nai B'rith, will
    address a mass B'nai B'rith com-
    munity meeting on Thursday, De-
    cember 17th, 8 p.m:, af the Miami
    Beach Jewish Center, it has been
    announced by A. J. Kaplan, presi-
    dent of the B'nai B'rith Council
    of South Florida.
    The event will occasion the ini-
    tiation of all newly enrolled mem-
    bers of B'nai B'rith during the
    current B'nai B'rith membership
    campaign in South Florida. Klutz-
    nick will be introduced by Dr.
    Maurice Goldberg, of Washington,
    D.C., vice president of the Supreme
    Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
    Co-chairmen for the program are
    Gilbert J. Balkin, president of Mi-
    ami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith, and
    Milton Mannheimer, president of
    North Shore Lodge.
    Serving on the committee of ar-
    rangements for Klutznick's visit
    are Mrs. Josie Goldstrom, Mrs. Ber-
    nard Hoffman, Mrs. Ida Optner, E.
    Albert Pallet, Leo Steinman, Har-
    old Turk, A. J. Kaplan, Gilbert J.
    Balkin, Milton Mannheimer and
    presidents of all B'nai B'-ith
    Lodges and Women's Chapters in
    the community. ______
    Pllkington
    Joel M. Levin, son of Dr. and
    Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, 725
    SW 25th Road, Miami, will
    be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
    December 12th, 11 a.m., at
    Temple Israel. Joel attends
    the Shenandoah Junior High
    School, where he is a mem-
    ber of the band and the Film
    Club. His hobby is riflery,
    for which he has earned a
    certificate. Rabbi Joseph Nar-
    ot will officiate. Friends are
    invited to attend the Bar
    Mitzvah.
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    Playlet at Hialeah
    Chanuka Cantata was the title
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    PAGE 10 A
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    eVVd npon the Hntivh Govern-
    MM te s* its mfhtence w*h Jer-
    o"- tn hrinjt ahent aecwtMtons
    hiiithM, to a peace nW>wm< The
    !> ted ifaenist <\nwl <4 Oaaawa
    i^tml a statenewi jtrongty depor
    ir.j the resohnjea's father* t* e*H
    peace Other 'laMWWHtJ WHY
    wn< h> J5nn** s.'Mnta. nt thcs
    tmwn
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    va nfthftt '
    s-vh 11 o< the aranstir* a*rer
    Tt>mt
    "fn JNansalt at *eeTTherx of The
    Kresset prepared for a fnll-ftedpr r.
    ?senate or the *.>ant* in the hfht
    o *be s*av"iiy"r^ <^^mmi' aetiee and
    IflajM nme in callint for a, ;-v w*t> .loottan
    aaajbanaa]
    On th* ns "><
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    nssertiaf- that w lilii naMl
    th i aa<*wun word faaaaaatnrj"
    *aww Charlie's Aunt to
    Open Tuesday
    At Casablanca
    pnant-hv point
    Three
    TV Oaawlnnia. a srmtaUating;
    play hy Ferenc Motnar. Is enTrent-
    ly on the hoards at the Casablanca]
    Ptayhousr >atnred in the Sana
    Htrsrh pi odattina is favorite lend-
    mf ma* Karl Redewft
    f the aht Three mate This fine theahar flirt lit
    ik*. Mr Emm iHUnfc pail11 by tk* Oa.ia>hjaica PUyers. which
    to *a fwhw* t* n*r a ward t* arfiiar' nifhtb/ is the Ch* Mor
    f acra f the araaa frawt hateL wiU
    Ana attacks c t umitmmHKm pve a^ay m Taiills? eveaiai. Da-
    ** Mh iMtawK a^irh had caahar Ml aa the rearoal l the
    pr.*Vd the Kiba* raad. He ah1 faswehe. i'hirtie,
    !he faahwa a< the MttT
    far a. Dlltmi m IBrsrh saU
    ate chanwa that this week that the plar anil he caaa-
    e-
    aj| h>
    it MaaM am he rtwwi *aal
    hy the .Krah fiaan. The
    *MM* aaaac^ *hat it -ill he Wd a
    ... -f
    V Swauit* O^aavn. ??*> m*
    sponsareal ay Brttaiu r-atvf at>r
    Tbr (haieea ;>at ^cir>e MaW wa-iift f f<-ae' fr
    the -wltatnr acrww V
    aaher h armei f*we ; l<-e.
    1 s a hxvir aahh tb* Sott: ;"<* an*
    Le-baaaa ahAaahaas over a hut
    fawn tW tn Mr Fhast te sheht
    tN -cvHiKr r u are..*c
    dv*r *r Uv-t^frm. the MMooane i4
    Bher-aa4BM taho htwfi hsrae
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    mttS irv IMaBll 0
    th l>-w Jevaha rmrcrxf ajr-ec
    f>ar mw thr C
    the- the e*.ut>r* arhicb he
    ce'Vr" -^wad hi wrh- hoi hi
    security ahaattem arreah iiwre-r
    Win' acgraeari a -ijaatiw that
    v Orearh acute
    \ Benr. Boopenr.; r~ench <*cc
    W* anc cbairwar n: The Owacil
    a fbiam lav the Raj. Three saa>
    Ts neietSwl Mt F>ar cincwar
    : ttir resntaUMW rhcb he dareetc
    & > we^leTaae afir inveai^ial 1^
    tar saaadatory
    rtirtsr tneeTian: to it \'m m the w*rk
    inp' nt The atnHami f iiwa* ,
    He iWre-sd The Cnuartl c
    TwmcrT. afre* >ii< reTon; t?>fin
    > B-hinCTAr wlteee he had das-
    cuse>r. Israel rrramatK aatwr with ,
    Secreaan e4 Stole r*al)es
    Ttv Krar ivlc -stracistfi
    anr norwwitart" cotnes t/> an eaid
    astth tbr inwraTor nf this ennffcr-
    nct- M- Fhar trUc. ihc ^/umci. He
    liecta^pc Thar Israe had the wm-
    dca. rt^hn tr sarmmnr. all h#tr
    *ra State* aiatnr.' to ananattce
    atfreeuMnt- it
    m the n.
    tercets at snattnt thr cnst> tr. thr
    MxiriV F-ass miph: follow that aro-
    l*nbr the terms nt the
    arrnKUcr an'inaifwi- he
    metiTer, -tv \rah States die not
    hnwe the vwereafn rtftn to retiiat
    If talk watt rsraei
    Thr Security Ceunril was con-
    *TaiT*r watb *w* arhenl* nt
    in thr Brittsh-PMtteh
    ruaalniiiii anc thr- larae
    tnr n: \rttcit_KaT <4 I
    The Israeli Group ml
    wall naxhrnni Chawaha at a
    tnc and card nartjc la the CiuwiauB
    awl oa Muadaj. Itecenaher 7th.
    12 p an *hw for the
    ahead banhdar lamehenm at
    Plau Hotel wifi
    ed Mrs. Ham M Kavaan
    Mat
    Two PortMs Schodohhd
    .-*aT ajaaanbdr. :r.
    wii: he a specia!
    bvthri
    ihilatn -ol the htraaJ
    mnmana
    with the rr*. of thr hunelhe On
    tar apaaanarnag the party On Sam
    day cwanana, 8 p.m. the Lcrwilau
    . Oenter wii: apaananr a rhaniaVa
    araja >**be parts ahahanhp an? Bart and
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    T^f wba*iwr cetnw e<- Vcre
    far the fUbya raaa resect
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    tr Mfhr Aras anths.
    andnyd nper Vsrae
    naeewna^ to nre*enT -wsf*/ act mn- it:
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    pa<" anc made no nrnpnaals ciref" { be jrnser by thr
    rhnw whict haC pi mil' netahty Fnnd Oaanaal aa
    Ineffett-w, M- thr nas: Hf rallec ovnr stntior. h.'
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    w o! the fm leMeanv nt
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    bnhf hnap naan tn. tutor.
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    )AY. DECEMBER 4, 1953
    *Jw/sf flcrJdaatr
    PAGE 11A
    > wdermilk Airs
    irael's Soil and
    fater Problems
    UNITED NATIONS (JTA>The
    L-k of trained technicians in Is
    lei was emphasized here by Prof.
    falter C. Lowdermilk, American
    5i 1 conservation expert, at a press
    [inference arranged by the United
    fat ions Secreariat. Prof. Lowder-
    pilk spent more than two years in
    rael on a technical assistance as-
    jtnmetit of the UN Food and Agri-
    iiluire Organization.
    [Asked about Israel's hydroelec-
    ni' project on the Jordan River,
    (e American expert said that the
    (opect is of great importance. He
    nphasized that "the diversion of
    le Jordan for the production of
    Obitiariei
    MSI. RACHEL ZELINSKY
    , of Mia NW lofcll, si diedI Nov
    26th In ii nursing hm,- She came
    here u yearn ago from Brockton,
    .Mutt*., and la survived by a aon, Ber-
    nard, of Brockton; two dnoghters,
    Mrs. Mary Wi-lnrl.-h of Miami and
    Mrs. Etta Oreenbaum of I >..r. Ii.-i.t-
    Mass., and seven grandchildren. Buf-
    lal took place In Brockton with local
    arrangements by Gordon Miami Chsp-
    LEE SWART*
    SB. of ls.-, Michigan Ave Miami
    Beach, died Nov 2:.th. A retired
    wholeaale clothing merchant, he came
    here In 1931 from Cincinnati. He wan
    a trustee of Miami Beach Elks l,odge
    1S01. Services were he'd Sunday un-
    der the direction of RIversMe Me-
    morial Chapel. Miami Beach. Kur-
    vlvlnir are hla wife. Helen; two sons,
    (Charles and David: a sister. Mra. Roae
    .loncs, and :i brother. Arthur E., all
    of Miami Beach. Burial followed in
    Cincinnati.
    *^*
    Walter C. lowiarmilk
    ... tail expert haute
    vdroelectric power in no way con-
    kmes the water so diverted, but
    be water is returned after the
    >wer hasbeen extracted from: it,
    to s
    klilee or .thje Sea of Tiberias
    SOLOMON LOBEL
    M, of 2.", 42nd St.. Miami Beach.
    died Nov. 26th. A retired wholesale
    rocer, he came here 17 years ago
    from New York city Surviving are
    hlH wife. Rose, two m>n. Louis and
    Herman, n* New York; and two
    daughters. Mrs. Esther Nadler and
    Mri>. Bertha rtoWlherg. of Miami
    Beach. Services took place last Fri-
    day In IUersU*nMVnw>rlal Cnapei,
    Miami Beach, with burial In Mt. Nebo
    Cemetery, '',1' .O ntSWDnS
    1
    MRS. HILDA ROTH
    75. 3U0 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach,
    passed away Nov. 2.".th. The remains
    were sent to Brooklyn. N.Y., for serv-
    ices and burial. Beach Memorial Fun-
    eral Home was In chance locally. She
    leaves her busbaml, Samuel, and two
    children, Sldnev Sandier and MIsh
    Sylvia Sandier, both of Brooklyn.
    a son, Herbert. Services and burial
    look place In Cincinnati. The River-
    side Memorial Chape), Miami Beach,
    was In chance of local arrangements.
    iWR*. IDA EDELSTEIN
    JJ. Of 2141 SW 14th Ter icassed away
    Sunday. Services were held Tuesday
    In Miami Riverside Funeral Home.
    Burlnl followed In Mt. Nebo Ceme-
    tery. She came here 19 years ago
    from Cleveland. Surviving are her
    husband, Albert; a son. Jack; her
    mother, three brothers, four sisters
    and a grandchild.
    -, ... MORRIS OFSOWITZ
    .2, 2280 HW 13th St., died Tuesdav as
    a result of an automobile collision
    Services were held Thursday In dor-
    don Miami Funeral Home. Burial fol-
    lowed -in Mt. Shutf Cemetery. A for-
    mer resident of Rochester. N.T., he
    came here If years ago. He was a
    veteran of World War l! and a mem-
    ber of American Legion Harvey Seeds
    Poet. He also belonged to the Blks.
    Masons. Shrine and Miami Hebrew
    School and Congregation Surviving
    are hla wife. Rose,- a son, Sanford:
    a daughter, Mrs. Annette Drucker, of
    Philadelphia; five brothers, Sam and
    1-ouls, of Miami; Joe. of Harrtshurg,
    Pa.; Jack, of Rochester; and Mike,
    of Cnfran. N.J.: and a sister, Mrs
    Charlotte Ato-ama, of Miami Beach
    GREETINGS
    HOLLEMANS RESTA1RAXT
    N.W. 79th STREET at 7th AVENUE
    THE BEST OF FOODS With Friendly Sarvics
    Air Conditioned Popular Pricas Ample Parking
    GREETINGS
    ADDIE
    MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES
    BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS
    1121 Washington Avenue
    Phone 58-3614
    MRS. FANNIE H. SCHWARTZ
    56, a local resident for 13 years, died
    Nov. 2.*>th. Mrs. Schwarta came here
    fro'n Akron, Ohio, and lived at '-'">
    77th St., Miami Beach. Surviving are
    a son, Gerald. aMd a daughter. Kri"p,
    both of Miami Beach: a sister, Mrs.
    Anne Clausner. of Detroit, and four
    brothers, Arthur. Nicholas and Loula,
    all of Akron, and Julius, of Cleveland.
    The body was sent to Akron by Riv-
    erside Memorial Chapel. Miami Batten,
    for services and burial.
    MURRAY GOLDBERG
    T. of I'tV) I'ine'ree Drive. Miami
    Beach, died Saturday at a local hos-
    pital. He was a retired clothing mer-
    chant, coming here from New York
    City 14 years ago Mr. Goldberg is
    sT-vl'-ed bv his wife. Reims' and one
    son, Lou, of New York City.
    ISAAC ENGLANDER
    2274 SW Second St., former vice pres-
    ident of the Miami Beach Apartment
    Owners Association and former vice
    president of the Golden Age Friend-
    ship C'uh of Miami, psssed away Sat-
    urday from Injuries suffered Oct. 10th
    as a victim of a hit-run driver. Sur-
    viving are his wife. Anna, to whom
    peak, back iOtattfcll See Of /! ws married i9 years ago In I.on-
    .. ik- c. / isSH.. aon.,/ng.; ;a .Sgn..gin** rnBl',nlJf.r,:
    president the Miami Beach _Bsr
    I Prof. Lowdermilk suggested thift^K^Mia '
    United Nationa take Hie lead m
    arming'a connnisstDTi of recon-
    BTming'a CtnilllirSHlUn or reCOn- Kncn''chll I MrrjCttfnTflf trW WeVPlBBnTWlT fit* the" ladder Thm* 1s^rrflTm"WaFh T5" years
    D,| ^' hWJ,J <* IxSW'W^vSrKAJr.l' tf>vtr*s were
    Middle EaSt:"TnemeinBCTS on tnat held Tuesday in Flngler runeral
    immission would come from tfie
    puntries concerned immediately,"
    : said. The best basis for such col-
    kboration would be on river bas-
    ks, of which there are a number in
    be Middle East, he declared.
    'V Post Fetes Holiday
    Uhanuka will be celebrated by
    (embers of the Coral Gables Post
    d Auxiliary, Jewish War Veter-
    ls, on Saturday evening, Decem-
    rr 5th, at the home of Mr. and
    rs. A. M. Morris, 10081 SW 40th
    etrace. Admission will be a small
    IK Dancing, games and songs
    bntered around the Festival of
    lights will round out the evening.
    ml. and Mrs. Helene Hoff-
    man. Hollywood, Cal.. two brothers,
    five -g'-nndchllaten. and nine great-
    and Mrs. Knr_-
    7A Marks Holiday
    University of Miami IZFA chap-
    will hold a Chanuka party on
    onday evening, 8 p.m., at 1500
    12th Avenue.
    TO ALL OUR PATRONS
    AND FRIENDS A MOST
    HAPPY CHANUKA
    W4-U SMPLumm
    ~\ |rWCW>N0TSe*f*Tt>7i
    .WEDOIT \
    .iweMT/weJ
    *=^ CrfTlSFV/ )
    EVt5RV
    TIME/
    ll>U"ti'nder illercllon of Beach Me-
    m.Iriarrhauel. Burial followed In Mt.
    Nebo Cemetery
    MARTIN CHfiCH'M ,
    7 of 127 NK Fifth St., died Friday,
    Nov. Kth. Services were held Tues-
    day In Gordon's Miami Chanel. He
    caine hero 2R years ago from NSW
    York Survivors Include two sisters.
    Mrs Fanny Under. Miami Beach,
    and Mrs. Sarah lacker, Ontario, ( an-
    ads He was a member of B nal
    Biith. _______
    HARRY ARONSON
    8 of 2r, Washington Ave.. Miami
    Beach, died Monday. He was a re-
    tired manufacturer of mattresses. He
    came tuxe a vear and a half aso
    from Boston. Surviving re his wife.
    Sadie, and a son. Nathan. Beach
    Memorial Funeral Home sent tm> bmiy
    to Boston for services and burial.
    BERNARD KOHN
    69 1521 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach,
    who owned and operated a jewelry
    shop on Alton Road for the past three
    years, died Monday. He came here
    from New York. Surviving are his
    wife, Mrs. Mollle Kohn: Two sons.
    Hsrrv and Leon, both of New- York;
    a brother. Harry, Miami Beach; and
    two sisters.
    AUTHUR LAUBER
    ;,;, a visitor from Cincinnati, Ohio,
    died Monday In Miami Beach. He was
    owner of a hotel and restaurant sup-
    ply business In Cincinnati. Surviving
    rue his wife; Mrs. Adele l.auber. and
    2980 CORAL WAY
    3?,W 48-3264
    GREETINGS
    JOHN A. MATTHEWS
    620 SECURITY BLDG.
    MIAMI, FLA.
    JERRY & MACK
    RADIATORS
    Cleaned
    Repaired &
    Exchanged
    (New or Uxi)
    ALL CORES MFG. &
    GUARANTEED IN MIAMI
    By JERRY & MACK
    2034 N. W. 2nd Ay..
    PH. 2-4735
    . m v ". 1 irnu 9d :>
    7*,ti N.J., died Sunday. The remains were
    sen! to Morristown for services and
    burial. Gordon Miami Reach lAineral
    Home was In charge locally. He Is
    survived by a daughter, Mrs. Grace
    Gordon, of Morristown.
    MATILDA STEINBACK
    89, formerly of !>0i Sixth Street, Miami
    Beach, passed away Monday. She
    Is survived by her husband, Nathan,
    and two sons. Mm. stcinback had
    been a resident of Miami for three
    years coming here from New York
    City. Remains were sent to New
    York for Interment. Ical arrange-
    ments were In charge of Gordon's
    Miami Beach Chapel.
    Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday
    II. J. Walnwright A Sons
    3135 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove Phone 83-
    1621
    WHO RAISING CHAIRMEN I
    An Exciting
    Opportunity!
    TO RAISE MONEY -
    BUILD THE TREASURY
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    THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN
    ,11 1
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    TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
    msa ENJOY MORE "POLAR ICE CREAM"
    POLAR ICE CREAM CO.. INC.
    2120 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone 9-4881
    GREETINGS
    FROM
    J. R. SPRADLEY & CO.
    FOOD BROKERS
    18 N. W. 14th Street
    Miami. Fla.
    LEGAL NOTICfc
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICK IK HKRKRY GIVEN that
    the iindi 1 sikiiicI. deaiiinK to engage In
    buslnen.H under the flctllloua name of
    Mt)RCAN-STKRN C<>. (Not Inc.). at
    !:' N.K. 123rd Street. North Miami.
    Intend* to register eald name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County. Florida.
    81DNKY MOROANSTERN
    (Sole Owner)
    12/4-11-1H-36
    Doers rVinWswj
    Architecture/
    Miflwark
    535 N.W. lilt St.
    Phone 2-3186
    DORN MARTIN DRUG CO.
    PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
    5998 Sunset Drive South Miami
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HKRKPY TTTVKN that
    the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
    business under the fictitious nsme of
    PALM ISLAND OF MIAMI, st 100
    N.E. 89th Street. Miami.- intend to
    register asld nsme with trte Clerk of
    (he Circuit Court *f Psde County,
    Florida.
    LEO RKINHARD
    SRVMOPE REINHARD
    HAROLD REINHARD
    HENRY REINHARD
    NORMAN REINHARD
    rsrtners
    HERMAN M. RERK
    Attorney for Partners
    420 IJncols Roed
    11/13-20-27 12/4
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    buslnes under the fictitious name of
    MERCURY HK.OHD DISTRIHI-
    TOR8, at 346 S.W. Sth St., Miami.
    Dade County, Ha., intend (o register
    said nnina with the Clerk of the 1 lr--
    cult Court of Dade Coonty, Horidn
    * SAEL RROOKMIRE
    ROSE HRooKMIRE
    BRSTIJrIO, ZICKEKMAN
    ,v EHRICH
    Attorneys for Applicants
    T( W. Flasler St.
    12/4-11-18-25________________________
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HF.KEHY OIVEN that
    the undersiBiuci, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    BROWNS MARKET, at 24 N.W.
    22nd Avenue, Miami. Intends to reg-
    ister said IUUM with the Clerk of
    Hi. Cue nit Court M DM* County.
    HARRY 1.. ZAl.l'H, Sole Owner
    KOKERT, M. DEEM I.
    attorney for Applicant
    :11c, Sevl-.ld iydg.
    12 4-11-PI-25
    Auto Painting
    Phone 67-1343
    PROCTOR AND SON BODY WORKS j
    SEAT COVERS TAILOR MADE
    3388 Douglas Road
    Miami, Florida
    MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL
    COMPLETE SI 00
    DINNERS and up
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the uii'lcii-iiinccl. desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious nance of
    PTtEDERICKK REKRIOERATION
    \\"|. AIR CONDITION1NO, aT Hi*
    N W 1st Avenue. Miami, Dude Coun-
    ty I ...cida. Intends to reulstec said
    game with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of 1 ?:!.- Countv, norlila.
    FREDERICK Hl'RWICH
    GILBERT .1 HAI.KIN
    Attorney for Ovvnei __ '
    til Coiwire.s BuiUIInc, Miami. Florida
    12/4-11-18-25
    A
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    VARIETY
    OF ENTREES
    CHANUKA
    GREETINGS
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    AND PATRONS
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    PAGE 12 A

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    Serving Miami Sense 1880
    41
    ALL TYPES OF SHEET METAL
    VTJITlLATfOtl
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    POURED-IN-PLACE GYPSOM BOOT DEOCS
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    GF-EETTNGS TO ALL
    ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC
    r=i^;= Mam Bid? :r s. w taj s>-

    TO JU1 .
    A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
    RUBBER INC
    S^^
    violently
    be^
    of tfceSM,
    citing the 8JD0
    smd were in UbasosTtaT
    report *md the Ubw^V
    *** Party ha- <-uJerabtem!l

    Chcxies T
    15S K-E. 29m STREET
    PHOIfE ytsei
    Under the cbamnanship oi Sanraei J. Harporin. with Max
    1 and Hany Mumou as co-chairmen, the Membership
    of the Miami Beartrh Jewish Cooker met tha week to
    lor a special eHart to obtain 200 new tosnilies far
    be cougieganop- Shown dwcuMwanq plans far
    are IseatedJ Haiperin QefU. and Rabbi hvinq
    spsnroal leader. Standing are Samuel Friedland.
    ot the Center llefU and Max Boderman. Mason is
    not shown.
    Las
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    COMMUNISTS ACTIVE IN ISRAEL
    By MILTON FRIEDMAN
    GREETINGS TO ALL
    .SsWsftl 7ir*4 dashaorie ^Bfarf ***~1*-*
    TINGLEJW
    PAINTT J
    ?2W74-
    NWSB* Totaari
    WASHINGTONIf director TV-
    C Streibert. of the United
    States Information Agency, is cor
    tacks to oar library installations
    the? attars our people as well
    They nave killed a local
    Reporting on the strength of The
    International ConasMsirl Move-
    of Comnunirt m9m
    activity m the Near Easr^8
    9^ is noted that the buu^
    - Pwty it brad wj
    * Aral iwrnbers ^
    new ~*mher
    assent the Ante i-kJ the
    rary cutting off ,. Aaeno*!
    to Israel help the State ewiup
    ant 1 American propaganda d w J
    reel's few but h^hly-vaeji Cm''
    muajai? This is a question v2l
    tjme may answer.
    jd>seef the most seme 1
    tattered by the Commas* >
    ie Israel resslted Iron the ami
    of psMit opinion over the |M
    aeehatiovakia of t*o. bra}]
    for long terms after t
    sentenced net.
    since their
    extreme left mj
    Both had been trade ta MsaVl
    the Prague tna! f 1952 aphfl
    nfceeet Slam*? the forner a*
    tsry general of the Cm* Oasis]
    nmt Party, and other Cm*|__
    meed to dark *
    Oren. a leader c left-wing Maparo Party oi Iaal j
    was arrested in Prague it Dkb> [
    her. 1951. whUe or. his sit ai
    from a eoaierenc* of the Coamj
    nistJed World Federatian of Tajj
    lin. Accased of "taj
    subverwre
    Ciech >;ate." Mr. Cka
    wm seat to jail for 15 vtuilj
    man Orenstein. the other leaf!
    ', sjst a life sentence.
    The fate of the two aea '
    October 30th by Sfcssij
    rect. Israel is threatened by Arahjau>L a special Subcommittee on! Kai*r- br*rf Charge d Affaire ||
    HONE
    CO.
    "Xommumst mobs" which, accord-
    ing to Mr Streibert. are attacking
    Arnericans and US installations m
    the Arab world. Mr. Streibert has
    described Arab Communist vio-
    lence nmwrt Amrncmi with speci-
    fic reference to Jordan, Syria and
    Prague Mr
    Security Affairs of the Senate For-! 'T^J ^"1 Kada^,!hw ""
    etgn Relations Commsttee hssanuUr*^^****'1 <**
    fashed statistics showing Z^******* qgj*L,
    mated 36090 actire CTnil mmnsj ?>< JM11" .** ^Z*2rA
    the Arab Leagne states surround- tOT*- "* r*re|PD "
    tag Israel This number is larger
    art; MIAMI, PLA.
    TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOUDAT
    Miami Bearb Am ning .
    Bert J. BcaDy. Owmmr H. F. Ton) Goodman. Masagsr
    SEBVOIG MIAMI BEACH ALL TEAR BOUWD
    FOB HOME OB BUSINESS
    1125 Fiftn Strwet Phono 5-TM5 Miami Beach
    " ""I then the present memberamp flg ^**r
    -JS^tJ'r?^- en^^oherBh.
    meat asked the Lnited Satmes Se- g^,^ -> **, However, an I-rael
    cunty Council to censure Israel la-
    the -strongest" terms for the Kih' ?* *tt**1 **
    pa ratd which wm actually a eoun' | "j1*** K**^ "* origmel-
    teroction by Israelis brought about' inm Wei* Jordan. exactly
    fa the Arab terrorism Mr Strci^ *?**,"** *** u "e 1 the Senate report on Arab Commu-
    nists in Jordan: "Cosmaanist activ-
    ity has noticeably inrrtesid ami is
    largely cooiined to West Jordan.~
    When Israel soaght to defend IV
    self oa thm very frontier. Mr
    bert is so upset about.
    In a speech at Boston. Mr Strei-
    bert described what be said were
    Arab Communist attacks on US
    overseas true an j -centers. Describ-
    ing the MtsSBiai of "Communist
    n iTaei Fordfl
    Office ipnarmn i -aid. a- rareaM
    i m Aagest 21st. Mr KadakWhte]
    aessred hy the Czech Forei(i 1
    iater that there had beea
    in the posatJm* at
    TO ALL
    A MOST HAPP^- CH.ANT1LA
    mohsTMa^e^-saidTTkarT ^?1.Z* 2&Z2*
    1> seems to be news any more.
    The stoningf ofl ImVary center oa
    BN\\ BAR
    MIAMIS FINEST
    23 N.E lrt AVENUE
    RtiSTAI RA.Vr
    October 2l*V>L*,.nb in
    Jordan.
    mentioned
    against the JewiaT*State
    Speaking of the current situation
    in the Near East, the
    mrttee warned of -sources of C
    Downtown)
    * the press la the^laot tree years, \ naias* strenrth It revealed that

    TO ALL
    HAPPY CHANUKA
    JOHN H. BARCUY
    MIAMI ,h* information center at Baghdad, m Jordsn "there are a few Com
    'has suffered YVora three Tiorent rnuni-ts and many sympathiaers|
    -.....- | mob attacks The' most recent one.) **** th* Palestine CArab) refu ,
    IwMjemT. ruined the fabrar, cm ;gees" YK aben Israel refused de-:
    XKTL^ ""ds for the wholesale re admis '
    The Communists. said Mr ,___u__, .. I
    Streibert. "do not limit their ,,.; ^ ^ refugees the state was'
    1961. I-rf 1 deliverwl flj
    to Prague cor.cerniat uWJ
    The onl) inf^rnatiaj
    about the triak isl
    that Mr. Orenstein had beea dsgj
    ed with "criminal arU"
    Caecimskwakia and acu hmwj
    the Casch nabon 1-rael bad rata
    seeght release of the tea oclOn
    Czech Caiernmrnt refused prs*|
    ferae Israel diplomas;rsBJ
    in Prague to se
    or for 1-rael atta
    to represent the brad citizeaTi
    The Israel Foreign *^J
    still seeking to learn sprcac
    the aatare of the cnarfes..
    to smfl
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    DAY. DECEMBER 4, 1953
    +Jewlstin*rid*Mi
    PAGE 13 A
    reedom is More Valuable Than
    Oil, Senator Tells Convention
    NEW YORK (JTA>The four-
    bay convention of the National
    pommittee for Labor Israel, attend-
    ed by more than 3,000 delegates
    bom all parts of the United States,
    Canada and Latin America, con-
    luded here Monday with the adop-
    tion of a $5,000,000, quota for the
    furrent Histadrut campaign. The
    invention marked the 30th anni-
    versary of the Histadrut campaign
    this country.
    The convention adopted a reso-
    ution calling to task the United
    jlations for its resolution censur-
    og Israel. At the sarne time, it
    |rged the United Nations to hasten
    he peace conference which Israel
    as asked the Secretary General to
    Dnvene. It also expressed the hope
    that our own government, with
    be same alacrity that it displayed
    i pressing for a motion of censure,
    rill call for a real step toward
    eace."
    At a session in Carnegie Hall last
    light, Israel Ambassador Abba
    than charged that the Western
    owers had embarked on a policy
    avoiding any irritation of the
    rab countries. He said that the
    eace conference with Jordan for
    bhich Israel had asked, invoking
    [rticle J2 of the armistice agree-
    ment which provides for compul-
    [>ry meetings in critical situations,
    Jay mark a turning point in the
    jbled situation on Israel's bor-
    ers.
    Oregon Senator Wayne Morse,
    ddresslng the audience, described
    tistadrut in Israel as a worldwide
    ,-mbol of "freedom for free work-
    in a free society." He pledged
    Senefer Wayne Mane
    ... folks to Hiitodr.t
    himself to continue to be a mem-
    ber of "that small band" of mem-
    bers of Congress to whom the
    freedom of Israel was of greater
    value than Arab oil
    The session was addressed by
    Mayor-elect Robert F. Wagner, of
    New York, who greeted the dele-
    gates. The convention closed with
    the election of national officers of
    the organization, .several of them
    for their 31st year m office, includ-
    ing Joseph Schlossberg as national
    chairman of the National Commit-
    tee for Labor Israel and Isaac Ham-
    lin. national secretary.
    Seven-Foot Menorah to
    Be Lit in Coral Gables
    On Sunday, December 6th, at
    7:30 p.m., on the outdoor patio of
    the Coral Gables Jewish Center,
    Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor
    Irvin Robinson will invoke the
    blessings on the fifth annual can-
    dle righting of the Seven foot Cha-
    nuka menorah.
    Members of the Boy Scouts and
    Men's Club, headed by Lou Auer-
    bach and Lee Elman, will serve the
    Chanuka latka delicacies in keep-
    ing with the festival.
    Featured vhII be the dramatic
    presentation of; The Magic Top, to
    be presented^wcostume by chil-
    dren of the Religious School.
    Beth El Students
    Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky,
    spiritual leader, this week an-
    nounced that the Beth FA Relig-
    ious Schools /will hold a- Chanuka
    celebration and assembly party on
    Sunday morning, December 6th, 10
    a.m., at 500 SW 17th Avenue. Chil-
    dren will present a varied program
    based on the theme of Chanuka.
    THE WEEK... BI SEE IT
    i> are reatfyat our tfeWH*1 "posts' tomeeA,th, enemy. We are waiting
    >r the hour to strfkeZ'uqsn ,voJ I .
    R seems to ntt si>l'*.h*e aspects which the Security Council,
    iti oenste'offiltrael;r'igriore'd. The press, and. radio, of, ^he; Jewish
    nte are coataartty:rtbfJttibanl
  • lut the United- Natidns'-has disregarded it in favor of the single Ribya
    (ffair which fails still to touch upon the root of the security problem.
    \ is by now common to apeak of Kibya as forced retaliation. Yet, the
    act remains that, at the moment, no other course of action was open
    [t> temper continued and unpunished Arab intransigence. I charge the
    Lmted Nations* an amorally-motivafed Big Three working behind its
    luppet Tripartite 1951 Declaration and a confused US State Department
    l-ith responsibility for the October 19th border incident. No portrayal
    If Israel's security situation is accurate or complete which does not
    ike into account the background of political, economic and propaganda
    rarfare against Its physical proximity to the Arab nations and its vul-
    nerability in the face of an Arab leadership determined to destroy it.
    This, General Bennike's report and the Security Council censure
    tiled to take into account. If tt were truly concerned with peace and
    ecurity, it should not have isolated a single incident out of context;
    hould have criticized all acts of violence. "It is neither true nor
    ist to record conclusions on the basis of transient-events without .
    contemplation of the great streams of hatred and ihostility which
    imp across Israel's frontiers from north, east and south," Ambassador
    pnan indicated in bis November 12th address.
    The invoking of Article XU must finally force the Arabs to come
    the peace table. This will end their advantage the perpetuation
    anauthorired warfare to make the 1948 agreements ineffectual. The
    rab states, alone, among the members of the United Nations, have
    lade continuation of hostility to a neighbor a central and avowed ob-
    ective of their national policy to be proclaimed at every turn and to
    * communicated, if possible, by contagious pressure, to the rest of
    he international community. There can be no security without peace.
    Mr. Eban is now putting the right shoe on the right foot.
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    Jordan Issues Vague
    Reply to Eban
    Continued from Pag* 1 A
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    servers feel are at the discretion of
    the Secretary General.
    (The Times of London said it
    was a "pity" that the UN Security
    Council had failed to combine its
    censure of Israel over the Kibya in-
    cident with strong support for Is-
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    DECEMBER 4. 1953
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    ink Named Chairman of Annual GMJCC
    leeting; Myers will Read Year's Report
    PAGE 15 A
    {ichard Fink, Miami attorney,
    i been appointed chairman of
    annual meeting of the Greater
    imi Jewish Community Center,
    was announced by Stanley C.
    rers, president. The meeting will
    held on Monday night, Decem-
    |r 7th, 8:15 p.m., at the Center's
    n Brunch auditorium, 450 SW
    th Avenue.
    The Center's annual meeting
    on special significance this
    lur because it is participating to-
    Mhcr with hundreds of Jewish
    Immunity centers throughout the
    jntry in a celebration of the
    Utb anniversary of the center
    [ivement in America," Fink said.
    The GMJCC. now completing is
    id year as a county-wide lei-
    time agency, combines the
    neea of previously separate
    ?ncies existing in Miami and Mi-
    ni Beach."
    [Reports at this meeting will in-
    fcate the beginning of extension
    rvic-ps in new and outlying areas
    roughout Dade County, which is
    Center's attempt to keep in
    ide witq Hie sharp rise in the
    Lpulation of Greater Miami. In
    ke with this increased service,
    Center is now conducting a
    ipaien to enroll hundreds of
    Iw members,
    |Thp program will include the
    ndlin.c of the Chanuka menorah,
    appropriate prayers will be of-
    red by Harry Levine, president,
    ilden Age Friendship Club,-
    fcach BraHch. The Flagler-Gra-
    ida Glee Chjb will render several
    flections in keeping with the holi-
    \y
    [Featured will be the first public
    mwing of the,Center's new docu-
    entary film. Recreation For The
    pinle Family. The film, which
    Jows the range of Center activi-
    from the nursery school
    krouuh Golden Age, was photo-
    raphed by Mark"'Levin, with a
    pipr by Brmmuet-Vi ufJi, euilu
    Irpctor of activities.
    'in' annual
    M\s, and the:
    lent from Efraim Ht Gale, exeqp*
    jve director. Greetings from the"
    prater Miami Jewish Federation
    I be offered by Carl Weinkle,
    resident. Officers and Board of
    irectors for the new year will be
    Ported' at this meeting.
    The annual meeting Planning
    lommittee includes Fink, chair-
    Jan, Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs.
    Iirman Feldman, Ed Moore, Mrs.
    Jamuel Gertman, Mrs. Benjamin
    filler. Julian Weinkle. Milton Bal-
    m. N. B. Rood, Mrs. Lewis Stern-
    h' in. Mrs. Abraham Cohen, Mrs.
    ponroe Gelb, Mrs. Morris Honig-
    aum, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Carl
    iisskind and Mrs. Paula Orlik.
    Richard Fink
    Dramatic Hit Set
    For Hoards at
    ilagler Center
    Jack, Shaw, director, will pre-
    sent his production of You Can't
    Take It With You at the Flagler
    Granada Jewish
    Community Cen-
    ter, on Saturday.
    December 5th
    and Sunday, De-
    cember 6th.
    Shaw, a gradu-
    ate of the Yalt
    School of Drama
    and a member of
    the Center, has
    welded together
    a large east of
    talented players
    drawn from the membership of the
    center.
    "A preview of the rehearsals
    promises a most .entertaining and
    .professional ^performance of this
    iBvdadway aqd "Hd!&i4oaipht,'|
    tof Shew predicted.
    All proceeds derived from the
    show will go to the Building Fund,
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    Council of Jewish Sisterhoods to..,,,.,
    Meet in All-Day Session Wednesday
    Uter-School Program
    The After-School Program of the
    (water Miami Jewish Community
    fenter, Town Branch, will present
    chanuka party on Friday after-
    loon at 3:30 p.m. All children be-
    |ween the ages of six and 11 are
    nvited.
    The Challenge Of Living Juda
    ism will be the theme of the Coun-
    cil of Jewish Sisterhoods meeting
    in an all-day session at the Victor
    Hotel on Wednesday, December
    9th. The Council is the Greater
    Miami Chapter of the Women's
    Branch of the Union of Orthodox
    Jewish Congregations of America.
    Rabbis Moses Mescheloff, Shmar-
    yahu T. Swirsky and Simon April
    will participate in a panel discus-
    sion on the theme at the luncheon
    session. They will take as their
    topics The Synagogue And The Sis-
    terhood, The Religious School And
    The Home and Living Judaism In
    The Community. Mrs. Swirsky will
    be moderator.
    The day's program will begin at
    10 a.m., with a business session.
    ^GSTXprir, president, will be in
    charge. Mrs. Mescheloff is pro-
    gram chairmaji. *
    ' Mrs. Jack -Rosenberg; president
    Of the SlsUrhoo* of Beth El ag-
    gregation, will report on the na-
    tional convention of the Women's
    Branch held recently in New York.
    Do's And Don'ts For Speakers will
    be presented in pantomine by Mrs.
    Abraham Bergman and Mrs. Jacob
    Katz.
    Mrs. Louis Makovsky will pre-
    sent a paper on Pointers For Presi-
    dents. Discussants will be Mrs.
    Louis Shafkin, president of the Sis-
    terhood of Congregation Beth Jac-
    ob; Mrs. Frances Ullian, president
    of the Sisterhood of Knesseth Is-
    rael Congregation; Mrs. Meyer
    Katz, president of the Sisterhood
    of Beth Tfilah Congregation; and
    Mrs. William Weintraub, president
    of the Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
    School and Congregation.
    Rabbi April will officiate at the
    candlelight installation of officers
    during the luncheon session, which
    will be presided over by Mrs. Jos-
    eph Schwadron. Cantor Bernard
    Kelemer will offer musical selec-
    tions.
    Hostesses will include Mesdames
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    at the meeting of the Herzl Group
    of Hadassah on Monday, 12:45 p.m.,
    at the Cadillac Hotel. Mrs. Oscar
    Sindell will preside.
    Mrs. Elsie Shackman will light
    the menorah and chant the prayers
    to commemorate the celebration of
    the Festival of Chanuka.
    The 20th anniversary of Youth
    Aliyah will be the keynote of an
    address to be given by Mrs. Irwin
    Weinstein, guest speaker. Mrs.
    Weinstein is past president of the
    Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
    sah and presently is vice president
    of the Florida Region of Hadassah
    and the Florida Regional Youth
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    The Mesdames Leo Chaikin,
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    New Members Added
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    The Women's Group fit the Flag-
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    Center has announced the election
    of three new members to its Board.
    The Mesdames Estelle Lash,
    Arnette Shaw and Jennie Mae Clein
    will be welcomed as the new addi
    tions at the next Board meeting
    to be held on Tuesday, December
    15th.
    Mrs. Harry Hirsh, donor chair-
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    sales of Chanuka items finished,
    donations will be continued
    through the sale of religious ar-
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    DAY DECEMBER i ,. f I Bi
    Dr. Mazar Given Honorary Degree
    By Hebrew Union College Institute
    NKW YORK Jerusalem has as Wurusalim. deriving the name
    a Hebrew-Canaanite root
    been eoniinuoeaay settled for at
    least five thousand years and has
    been renowned as a center of wor-
    ship and a holy city from times
    from
    word which means -foundation."
    Dr. Mazar said.
    The city's history is indicated by
    lonjj predating the kingdom of the five names it bears in the
    David. Dr. Benjamin Mazar. archae- Bible, he added. He listed the an
    ologist and president of the Hebrew I cu.n( name Yerushalem. Salem for
    University in Jerusalem, declared j short; Zion, the name of the city's
    at a special academic convocation eastern mountain, north of which
    of the Hebrew l/nion College-Jew-1 stands the Holy Place; the city of
    ish Institute of Religion in New
    York.
    Leader of expeditions which
    have explored the past of the an-
    the Jebusijes or Jibus, its name
    before the conquest by David; City
    of David, its designation after
    cient city. Dr. Maisr traced the Davids conquest; and finally, City
    settlement of Jerusalem bark to | of Judah. the Holy City, the City of
    the end of the fourth and the be God.
    ginning of the third millenium' m recognition of Dr. Manr's
    BCE. as he reviewed the role ||h ,, ,, m archaeologist, his
    Jerusalem in history berore an_______
    audience of 500 Bible scholars. an and as president of the He
    arvhseologists and religious lead ( brew University, the Hebrew Union
    cr^ i-.llegeJewish haiMlf of Religion
    Early Canaanites knew the city conferred upoa ham the honorary-
    degree of Doctor of Hebrew Let
    ters.
    Dr. Nelson Glueck. president of
    the College-Institute, conferred the
    degree and Mr. Arthur Lourie. as
    sistant director general of the State
    of Israel"* Ministry of roreign Af
    fairs, participated in the cere-
    monies.
    The Hebrew Union School of
    Sacred Music, training center for
    Cantor-Educators, presented a spe-
    cial program of Jewish liturgical
    music.
    The College-Institdte. which
    trains Rabbis for service to Liberal
    and Reform congregations, receive*
    its annual maintenance support
    through the Combined Campaign.
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    Sisterhood Rummage
    Temple Israel Sisterhood opened
    its annual Rummage Sale at 220
    West Flagler Street Monday. Mrs.
    Louis Rirschfield. chairman, will
    still weleeeae additional merchan-
    dise and assistance te keep the tale
    in operation for ten days to two
    weeks. All merchandise can be de-
    livered at anv time during the day.
    Proceeds will go to the Building j
    Fund for the new Religious School.
    Lounge Social Evening
    A new lounge social evening has .
    been added to the teen-age program
    af the Greater Miami Jewish Com- [
    munity Center. Town Branch, it
    I was announced by Miss Dolores
    Kate, teenage advisor.
    The lounge social program will
    be held on Tuesday evening and
    will be a meeting place for all
    ] teen agers in the community. Fea-
    ] tared in the program will be shuf-
    | fie boaid. table tennis, various
    : table games and dancing.
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    Attic shape! fair attitude!"
    lohn Keats hailed an ancient
    Man urn whose graceful beauty
    red some of the British poet's
    |t verse. I can also imagine a
    I to be thrilled by the charm of
    lid chanuka menorah. But has
    \ne ever been tempted to des-
    in glowing terms of excite-
    |t .mil affection, the melodious
    of lines in an eight-branched
    llestick?
    r arc a people basically like
    \r peoples, and those wheth-
    hey be anti-Semites or Jews
    lilc to the arts who claim
    art is an antithesis to Juda-
    or that Jews were, with few
    Options, devoid of talent in the
    m of plastic arts, are utterly
    laken. It is true that prior to
    1800 there were few artists
    ^wish origin, but there are rea-
    for this apparent failure to
    luce great paintings or sculp-
    My belief is that the .main
    an for a comparative dearth of
    tic creativity in the European
    It... was the Jews' insecurity,
    feeling that they had no per-
    ent homes, that any day after
    | of months or even years per-
    ion necessitating flight might
    out.
    s might commission crafts-
    < fellow-Jews or Gentiles) to
    le beautiful religious articles
    |l. were a necessity for syna-
    and home and which could
    aken along in an emergency,
    | they did not tolerate their
    |al Judengasse apartments with
    ar art the way Christians
    bed their homes. Only In a
    |places, especially some cities
    Italy and Holland, did Jews
    secure enough to acquire
    of non-religious art. They
    bnizod Rembrandt and other
    (tian artists, but there were
    bwish artists because no acade-
    would accept Jews as pupils,
    (miring some superb 17th and
    century menoroth. owned by
    York's Jewish Museum, I
    ght of those who have been
    fag. that the Second Command
    ("Thou shall not make unto
    I a graven image") was respon-
    for Israel's alleged blindness
    |h\sical beauty. Undoubtedly,
    are wrong, for these fine ex-
    of ecclesiastic art clearly
    jal a yearning for sensuous
    |ty that found expression, not
    in graceful shaping of the
    lional instrument itself, but al-
    the addition of all sorts of
    khtful ornaments: flowers, ani-
    i. even human figures. Surely
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    FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1953
    SEC. B
    The Beauty of the
    Chanuka Menorah
    (people who live in constant dan-
    ger of life cannot bother to think
    long and tenderly of the beautifi-
    cation of their spiritual existence).
    Real museum pieces are not
    plentiful, but what is missing in
    quantity is well made up by qual-
    ity. Some of the Chanuka lamps
    for the homes are real gems. They
    had to be small since they were
    placed on a windowsill facing the
    street, their function being to pro-
    claim the radiant joy of the Feast
    of Lights. Every household, how-
    ever poor, had its lamp to celebrate
    the victories of the Maccabees.
    Generally, eight candles were
    mounted in a row in front of a
    metal panel which reflected the
    glow of the candles in an intricate
    manner. Often this panel is pierc-
    ed delicately into silhouettes of
    different design, for instance, a
    candelabrum flanked by stylized
    lions and birds and topped by the
    Hebrew inscription, Chanuka. Oth-
    er motifs used include palm trees,
    clusters of grapes, the Crown of
    the Law or the Ark of the Cov-
    enant, the latter at times flanked
    by two figures, representing Moses
    and Aaron.
    The Hebrew Union College owns
    two beautiful little menoroth
    which were made in a subtle fili-
    gree technique. One, made in Pol-
    and in the 18th century, shows a
    crowning cock perched atop a
    crown chanticleer alluding, of
    course, to the light of the sun
    which he greets, and. by implica
    tion. to the Feast of Lights. Equal-
    ly charming is a somewhat larger
    German menorah of the Napoleon-
    ic era: made in the "Empire"
    style, it is shaped like a temple.
    For over 2,000 years, the Chanuka menorah has been the
    symbol of Jewry's determination fervently to embrace its
    ancient heritage even in the face of great persecution. For
    today's young generation, the menorah continues to recount
    the tale of the Maccabees and their unprecedented heroism.
    voice that spoke from it was def- Not all Chanuka lamps, of
    initely Jacob's. Asked whether he course, were work:; of art. Jews
    would include menoroth made by of the poorer classes could not With aiMtftfMl j^^J"^ | ^ Gothic rtyle. There are Italian
    low the candelabrum pattern of the
    seven-branched candlestick of the
    Temple in Jerusalem, a type known
    to us from the Arcs of Titus in
    Rome. This ancient type was re-
    placed by the familiar eight-
    branched candelabrum plus sham-
    mes in commemoration of the
    Chanuka miracle. There are three
    arrangements of these nine lights;
    either all are in one row on one
    level; or four on each side of the
    shammes which is elevated on the
    center stem; or a third variation:
    eight lights in one row, with the
    shammes swinging towards the
    congregation.
    One of the most beautiful "can-
    delabrum type" menoroth was own-
    ed by the philanthropist Jacob H.
    Schiff whose daughter. Mrs. Felix
    M. Warburg, presented it to the
    Jewish Museum. Made of silver,
    it is the work of a German master,
    Johann Adam Boiler, of Frankfort-
    on-Main, and nearly two and a half
    centuries old. The base is adorn-
    ed with enamel medallions of Bib-
    lical scenes; in the center of the
    middle trunk a rampant lion holds
    the coat of arms (with stag and
    dove) of the family for whom this
    piece was made. The branches arc
    adorned with filigree buds, the
    handle of the shammes is in the
    form of the lion of Judah with an
    oil pitcher and the center stem is
    topped by a figure of Judith who,
    tradition has it, killed Holofernes
    at the time of the Chanuka festival.
    It is typical of the more liberal
    western patrons of art to permit
    the craftsman, usually a Christian,
    to place a human figure upon a
    menorah often a Judas Macca-
    baeus. On the brass menoroth of
    Poland, made by Jews, the lamp
    is topped, instead, by an eagle, the
    national emblem of Poland. The
    Jewish Museum contains, however,
    a Polish menorah on which, cur-
    iously, the shammes is held by the
    figure of a man. To permit use of
    the instrument in the synagogue,
    the nose of the figure was chipped
    off. as a compromise between art
    and the Second Commandment.
    Although the Jews "of Europe
    lived in seclusion before the
    French Revolution opened the
    ghetto gates, the cultural trends
    of the Christian majority are clear-
    ly discernible in Jewish ritual arls.
    We know a 14th century lamp of
    French or Spanish origin, decor-
    ated with lions and a salamander
    (the svmbol of fire) which reflects
    Gentiles in the category, "Jewish | afford to commission a noted mas-
    Art," Dr. Stephen S. Kayser, cur-
    ator of the Jewish Museum, ans-
    wered affirmatively: "Jewish art
    Rabbis who did not object to ; is art applied to Judaism it does
    sculptural "excesses" knew
    Bible well in the 'Second
    1 not depend on who produces it.
    A similar idea was expressed by
    pnandment the "prohibition"
    utistic objects is mitigated:
    shall not bow unto them
    serve them" what is for-
    len is not art per se but the
    It ion of such forms as could be
    phipped in the manner of the
    (ns.
    leed. it would be difficult to
    Sine an entire people blind to
    sical beauty, or to assume that
    | Jewish soul had exhausted it-
    in what Matthew Arnold call-
    message of "conduct" and
    edience to the word of the
    There were quite a few
    emancipation Jews who, like
    lei of the Bible, possessed the
    s "to work in gold, and in sil-
    and in brass." The brass me-
    th produced in Poland and oth-
    Eastern European countries
    re almost exclusively the work
    Jewish craftsmen. In Poland,
    fish brass smiths could be found
    enty up to the Second World
    The skills were handed down
    father to son throughout the
    Muries in strict observance of
    Talmudic admonition that a
    i-h father ought to teach his
    a trade, "for if one does not
    so, it is like teaching him roo-
    fer".
    In the West, the majority of me
    T<>!h were made by non-Jews;
    Iny menoroth are clearly mark-
    wit h initials of Christian sil-
    tsmiths. In some cases motifs
    knistabably alien to the Jewish
    pit were introduced, "smuggled"
    |o the work, we might say. As
    I rule, however, the elder who
    711 missioned the piece, was able
    [ infuse his philosophy into the
    "istian craftsman to such a de-
    e that while the hands that
    kde the object were Esau's, the
    Professor Guido Schoenberger of
    New York University: "Art can
    be considered Jewish even if it is
    produced by a non-Jewish artist,
    as long as it is made for a Jewish
    purpose'"
    tcr and had to put up with simple
    and often crude vessels containing
    small wells for oil or spikes for
    candles. Small congregations could
    not afford beautiful large menor-
    oth. majestic in size and shape.
    Hence, what has come down to us
    in undiminished glory, chiefly
    from the 17th and 18th century,
    speaks for a degree of wealth, just
    as it indicates that the worst waves
    of persecution were then over
    eight little lions are made to open
    their jaws from which the wicks Chanuka lamps adorned by Chris-
    project tongue-like. Whereas most. Uan artists of the Renaissance with
    lamps employ ony one shammes mythological figures suck>M tritons
    (the recovable servant added to and nymphs, while Ilerr Johami
    the eight from which these are lit). Adam Boiler in h.s richly decor-
    the above described specimens ated work expressed the spirit: of
    each have two servants symmetri- the German baroque in the early
    18th century. In recent years, ef-
    cally placed.
    forts were made to produce me-
    There is another type of menor-, noroth tha< whj,e jn keeping with
    oth which is very large (often sev-! tra{jjtj0n, would express the spirit
    eral feet high), meant for the syna-j 0f our age which shuns ornaments
    These usually fol-' and stresses the beauty of design.
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    Rabbi M-t Mt acfcriotl will op-
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    nipht lectures at Congregation
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    V- : Dm i>.>-; 16 years. the
    has chosen the Chanuka Sabbath
    to betfin thi~ -t:.t- He rill <1i>-
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    \iom and the preservation of
    and poial
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    home by every individual."
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    present a program of Chanuka
    me:. i will lead in commu-
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    I committee of Si l>ers. headed by Mrs Louis Shai-
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    Rabbi Meseheloff. whose srr
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    Judge Goldberg to be Principal Speaker
    At Van Straaten ZOA Dinner on 13th
    Judge Joseph Goldberg, vice
    president of the Zionist Organiza-
    tion of America, will be principal
    speaker at the December 13th tes-
    timonial dinner to Alex Van Straa-
    ten at the new Sterling Hotel, An-
    nouncement of .Turige GoMherg's
    appearance here was made by Leo
    Robinson, chairman of the dinner
    which is sponsored by the Miami
    Beach-Israel Zionist District.
    Judge Goldberg is national chair-
    man of the membership committee i
    of the ZOA. "In view of the fact
    that Alex Van Straaten is undoubt-
    edly one of the best membership
    committee chairmen in the coun-
    try- it is fitting that Judge Gold-
    bent will be speaker." Robinson
    said.
    Judge Goldberg is judge of the |
    central district court of Worcester.
    Massachusetts, and honorary presi-
    dent of the New England Zionist
    Region. He was president of. the
    New England Zionists from 1939
    through 1941 and served as presi-
    dent of the Worcester Zionist Dis-
    trict for the past 25 years.
    lie is past president of the Cen-
    tral New England B'nai B'rith and
    has served as chairman of the
    Worcester United Jewish Appeal.
    Judge Goldberg is a graduate of
    the Boston University law School
    I Of Clark I niversity He is a
    member of the Massachusetts Judi
    oial Council.
    Some 400 person* are expected
    to attend the function honoring
    Van Straaten. past president and
    current treasurer of the Miami
    Beach-Nr.teI District.
    Fred Jonas and Se\mour B l.ieb-1
    man are serving a.- vice-chairmen
    of the dinner
    Judaeans to Mark
    Chanuka Festival
    The Young Judaea groups of
    Greater Miami will hold a joint
    celebration in honor of Chanuka
    on Sunday, December 6th, 3 p.m,
    at the Bureau of Jewish Education
    building, according to Joseph Par-
    do. chairman of the Zionist Youth
    Commission.
    Taking part In' the combined
    program will be the groups of the
    Maccabees. Chaim Weizmann Jr..
    | Maccabeans. Haverot. Israelite
    Stars, Mogen David and Girls of
    Zion The program will consist of
    I lighting the Chanuka menorah.
    songs, dances, a playlet and re-
    freshments.
    Working on the committee are
    Mrs. Dorothy Carp. Mrs. Winnie
    Sirkus. Mrs. Esther Berens. Marcia
    Gross. Helene Seidner and Harriet
    Sollway.
    eMberf
    Physicians' Wives Meet
    PbysleJnBJ Wives Club will meet
    n V i evening IVcember
    >th. 8 15 p.m.. a] the home of Mrs.
    Elliott C Cohen. 580 West 49th
    in Be.K-h sirs Theodore
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    Dr Garfield Tourney, staff psy-
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    Hospital Psychiatric Clinic, will be
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    8th
    Dr. Margaret Bobbins, psycholo-
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    Dr Walter M White, psychiatrist
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    Chairmen are Flagler Granada.
    Mr* Ro>l>n Wants; Town Branch.
    Mr- Sexmour Samet. and Beach
    Branch. Mrs Samuel Zibit
    Meeting at Beth David
    Mount Scopus Group of Hadas-
    sah will hold a card party at its
    regular monthly meeting on Mon-
    day. December 7th. at Beth David
    Synagogue. 2625 SW 3rd Avenue.
    Miami Junior Hadassah
    To Meet Tuesday
    The next meeting of the Miami
    I'nit of Junior Hadassah will be
    held on Tuesday. December 8th.
    8 15 p.m at the Coral Gables Jew-
    ish Center, according to Ona Kap-
    lan, vice president.
    Miss Kaplan said that the pro-
    gram for the evening will be about
    Chanuka. Social chairman, Pat
    Pearl, indicated that plans for the
    first annual formal dinner-dance to
    be held on Saturday. December
    19th. at Pierres will be discussed.
    Wilma Snulman is membership
    chairman of the unit
    Uvdetti Chamber
    0'onrert Set for
    itvaunt ant Hall
    The chamber music class of Jean
    BedetU will be pre>ented by the,
    , Univexsst) of Miami School of Mu '
    , sk <.* Monday evening. December j
    8 30 p m in Beaumont Hall.',
    For this concert. Bedetti has
    ( chosen cotnpusiti MkaatftM
    Brahms and Ernest Chausson The ',
    , Brahms String Quartet i> the sec-
    , Md nl two string quartets com-
    V ->d during the period 1896-73!
    and published together as Opus 51
    The Chausson Concert for piano,
    in and string quartet. Opus 21.
    , wa> written in 1890-91 Chaus
    son's musical development was in
    -.ced by his teacher Cesar
    France, but his music shows a
    highly individual style and a tonal
    language of unique beauty and n%>
    ItincUon. according to Mr Bedetti
    Performers m Monday night's
    program wUl be RuUi Stewart, pi-
    ano: Edwin Grxesmkowski. *
    RaMsMsntsj and Ingrid Mollerstem.
    Una; Barbara Win/low and Rone
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    IB Warms World-
    fide Chanuka
    ites with Gifts
    EVV YORK^$r?tt-w!/ae chani?-1
    [M rvicps and parties for Jewish
    serving with the US armed
    tea have been organized under
    i auspices of the National Jewish
    tlfnre Board by Jewish chaplains I
    the JVVB armed services field
    fi and volunteer committees
    Ini snow-covered Alaska and the |
    Bining jungles of the Caribbean
    Furope and war-devastated
    Ma. In Germany, GIs will be cha-
    |a hosts to DP orphans,
    [.me 50.000 chanukah gifts pack-
    Id at "wrapping parties" last
    Imer by Serve-A-Committee
    non volunteers of JWB's Worn-
    Organisations' Division have
    shipped to all overseas areas
    prr I'S troops are stationed. The
    )oka gifts include pipes, wal-
    sames. books, records, droi-
    nnd holiday foods, which the
    ish chaplains will load into
    |r ifpps and carry to the remot-
    DO.'t.
    addition to its regular ship-
    \i, the Miami, F'lorida. Serve-A-
    jmittee sent rolls of polaroid
    to each of the 26 overseas
    U?h chaolains, who will take
    tos of the GIs at the chanuka
    nts and mail them home to their
    Icircn.
    Its Maos Tsur will ring out at
    iires and ceremonies from
    Jea to Greenland and the chanu-
    candles will be lighted at cere-
    pies in the Philippines, Hawaii,
    km. North Africa, Europe, Alas-
    Jlceland and the Caribbean,
    there will be no dearth of cha-
    in -pirit at Veterans Adrflinis-
    liun Hospitals in this country as
    |l as at domestic on-post and
    Bmunity candlelighting services
    GIs. Chanuka activities will in-
    ile dinners, latke parties and
    lidel spins. At many military
    Its. huge lighted Menorahs have
    kn erected.
    xleah Marks Chanuka
    Children of the Hialeah-Miami
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    The Huleh Project and the UN
    A US soil expert instructs an attentive Israeli student. The
    winning combination of American knowledge coupled with
    the determination of Israelis to increase the output of vege-
    tables and fruit, in order that a more than doubled popula-
    tion may be adequately fed. makes the constant search for
    improved soil and water spreading techniques mandatory.
    The controversial Huleh project is thus pivotal in Israel's
    future economy.
    Israel Information Office
    Considerable confusion has been
    caused in recent weeks in connec-
    tion with the character of certain
    water developments being conduct-
    ed by the Government of Israel
    in the northern part of Israel above
    the Sea of Galilee. The nature of
    the works in operation and their
    implications for regional water
    schemes require to be examined
    in the light of the geographical and
    political situation.
    The River Jordan rises from
    three main tributary sources, the
    Dan. the Hasbani and the Banias
    The cource of the Dan lies in Israel
    territory; the source of the Banias
    lies in Syrian territory' and the
    source of the Hasbani in Lebanese
    territory' These three streams con-
    verge to form the River Jordan
    which flows through Israel terri-
    tory until it falls into the Sea of
    Galilee, the entire are of which is
    also in Israel territory. Syria has
    never had a frontier on the banks
    of the Jordan or on the banks of
    the Sea of Galilee. After World
    War I. when Syria became a Franch
    and Palestine a British mandate,
    an Anglo French Accord was reach-
    ed fixing the frontiers between the
    two countries. The Syrian frontier
    was set to the east of the Jordan
    River and to the east of the shores
    of the Sea of Galilee so that at
    no point did the Syrian frontier
    actually touch the banks of the
    Jordan or the shores of the Sea
    of Galilee. On the outbreak of
    Arab aggression against Israel in
    1948 the Regular Syrian Army
    crossed the frontier and peasserat-
    I ed Israel territory- When the
    : fighting died down Syrian troops
    were in occupation of a small seg-
    1 ment of territory' along pert of
    the eastern bank of the Jordan and
    at one point on the western bank.
    During the course of the fighting
    Israel's troops cleared Lebanese
    forces who had penetrated the
    western part of Galilee and in the
    course of hot pursuit occupied an
    area of 150 square kilometres of
    Lebanese territory.
    Subsequently, in 1949. Armistice
    Agreements were negotiated be
    tween Israel and the Lebanon on
    the one hand and Israel aRd Syria
    on the other. The negotiations
    with Lebanon preceded the nego-
    tiations with Syria. The United
    Nations Mediator. Dr. Ralph
    Bunche suggested that it would be
    equitable from all points of view
    for the Armistice frontiers be-
    tween Israel on the one hand and
    the Lebanon and Syrian borders
    respectively on the other to be
    i fixed along the old frontier be-
    tween these countries and Pales-
    tine at the point where it ran
    j before the Arabs launched their
    ! war. Israel accepted this view and
    l agreed in its Armistice Agreement
    with the Lebanese unconditionally
    | to withdraw its troops from the
    150 square kilometres of Lebanese
    territory which they -_.
    tag. However when ^ -
    to negotiate th??***'
    "t with SvnaX**..,
    rom the 2 souar, J*,
    erntory which thev j*J~,
    in*. Subsequently thev L^^
    that the territory thev
    should become AnUUufi"
    Armistice Agreement
    upon signed in July, 1949 LS
    Syrians retired to their cJJL
    tier which followed the "I
    the old international fni?J
    they had violated by the
    sion in May. 1948
    The United Nations has y,
    merous occasion-, t0 diW
    character of the demilitari^,
    on the Israel side of the
    Syrian border Dr. Ralphe i_
    in an official letter dated Imi
    1949. at the time of the
    of the Israel Syrian Ai
    Agreement, stated specificali,)
    there was no intention thai
    demilitarized zone should heI
    uum or a wasteland. It ,
    that the intention of the *3
    Agreement wa that only tin
    strictions should apply to f^,,
    full activity in the den
    zone:
    a) that no forces should be 1
    tioned there, and
    b) that the rights of the **|
    inhabitants of the zone shouldt
    be harmed in any way.
    The supervision of these tm,
    ervation was placed by Artial
    of the Armistice Agreement l
    the exclusive direction of thel
    ed Nations chairman of the L
    Armistice Commission, free 1
    an appeal lay to the Security!
    cil. In 1951 Israel began thei
    ing of a large marsh area, i}
    part of which was in the dcaM
    ized zone The drainage operas!
    called for the digging of a tal
    which involved, in its initial |ks|
    the utilization of someei|kti
    of land belonging to Arab pi.
    etors in the demilitarized mt.1
    that time, the United Nation (
    of Staff and subsequently theS
    ity Council, ordered the e
    of work by Israel on the
    that there WSJ do authont
    the terms of the Armistice
    ment to requisition this Ant-
    ed land against the will of I
    proprietors. Hower. when Isradil
    vised the plans .->> as to avmiij
    use of Arab-owned land, perm
    was granted to continue the 1
    without any hindrance, as bentij
    full accordance with the Arshf
    Agreement At the time the!
    ians claimed that the dninisM
    the marshes con-muted 1 hr
    of the Armistice Agreement
    it would change the miBUryl
    ation. This argument w rejs
    by the United Nations. and<
    made perfectly clear Out the'
    conceivable ground for bohH
    the operation initially
    land in the demilitarized
    could not be requisitioned 4
    Continued on P*e
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    *Jewlstfhrkttan
    PAGE 7 B
    GLOBAL SHORTS
    Nazi Named to Church
    Council; lows Voko Protest
    VIENNA (WNS) The appoint-
    ment of a former well-known Nazi,
    Vndreas Rakowitsch, as represen-
    tative of the World Council of
    thurches in Graz has been brought
    |>y Austrian Jews to the attention
    u the American representative of
    lhe World Council. In a pamphlet
    thich was used in indoctrination
    .ourses of the German Wehrmacht
    and the Hitler Elite Guard, Rako-
    jitsch, among other things, at-
    tempted to "prove" that the Rus-
    sian Revolution was not Russian
    but Jewish.
    Sharett Slated to Become
    Next Premier of Israel
    JERUSALEM (JTA>Indications
    here point to Moshe Sharett's be-
    coming the next Premier of Israel
    and holding on to the Foreign Min-
    istry portfolio. A decision on this
    matter is expected when the Ma-
    pai Party political committee
    meets. Its decision must be ratified
    by the party's central council be-
    fore it becomes effective.
    jr. Lowdermilk Returns From
    Israel; Lauds Development
    NEW YORK (JTA)Dr. Walter
    Lowdermilk, American soil con-
    lervation expert and author of the
    fcmous Lowdermilk Plan for the
    Jevelopment of the Jordan River,
    elurned here from Israel after
    bending more than two years
    here as consultant for the Food
    |ml Agriculture Organization of
    be I'r.ited Nations. In a statement
    kued to the press. Dr. Lowder-
    liilk .-aid that the current tension
    etween Israel and the Arab coun-
    ties is preventing development of
    the preatest potential breadbasket
    the world." He said Israel could
    a "demonstration area" from
    rluc'r the Arabs could learn to
    evelc p their own land and water
    esoiirces.
    CBS President Resigns From
    Fraternity Over Bar on Jews
    OXFORD (JTA)Frank Stanton.
    president of the Columbia Broad-
    casting System, has quit his college
    fraternity after 25 years because
    of the fraternity's ban on the ad-
    mission of Jews. His resignation
    from Phi Delta Tneta was disclosed
    this week in letters received by
    fraternity headquarters and to his
    college newspaper, the Ohio Wes-
    leyan Transcript, at Delaware.
    Soys Native Anti-Semites
    Prodded by Propagandists
    WASHINGTON (WNS)The na-
    tive professional anti-Semites are
    echoing the campaign fostered by
    Arab diplomats in the United
    States who "use the Communist
    smear against Judaism and Zion-
    ism, repeat all the well-worn slan-
    ders and stigmatize as disloyal all
    Americans who sympathize with or
    give aid to Israel," Judge Meier
    Steinbrink declared here at the
    40th anniversary convention of the
    B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation
    League. The former ADL chairman
    warned against political anti-
    Semitism which, he said, consists
    of the injection of "false Jewish
    questions" into national issues.
    IS Zionist Groups Continue
    |o Assail Big Three Resolution
    NEW YORK (JTA) Zionist
    boup throughout the country this
    leek continued to voice strong cri-
    cism of the Big Three resolution
    In Israel now before the UN Se-
    lurity Council. The Labor Zionist
    )rgar.ization of America, at an
    Imergency meeting of its adminis-
    trative committee here, condemned
    the resolution as "an abdication of
    put> toward peace." It called upon
    he US Government "to take its
    hand on the side of morality and
    pace as against intransigence and
    Klliserencv."
    lizrachi Urges Inclusion of
    Ion-Zionists in Jewish Group
    LONDON (JTA) A proposal
    that the World Zionist Organiza-
    tion be reconstituted so as to be
    representative of the Zionist move-
    nent outside Israel alone, was con-
    fined in a resolution adopted here
    It the annual conference of the
    lizrachi Organization of Britain.
    The Orthodox .Zionists also sug-
    gested that the World Zionist
    Executive, an elected body, coopt
    |ocal Jewish leaders who are not
    Eionists but who have proved them-
    selves staunch friends of Israel,
    Ind that the Executive-plus these
    Bon-Zionist leaders together form
    the Jewish Asency.
    Stricter Regulation for Aliens
    Becomes Effective in Mexico
    MEXICO CITY (JTA)A new im-
    migration regulation which makes
    it more difficult for aliens to be-
    come permanent residents of Mex-
    ico has been put into effect by
    the Interior and Foreign Minis-
    tries since November 1st. The reg-
    ulation also provides that prospec-
    tive immigrants from Germany and
    Austria shall confirm the fact that
    they are not Communists and must
    attest to their "political relia-
    bility."
    Official Flies to Moscow to
    Negotiate Oil Purchases
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Gideon
    Pearlman, a high official in the Is-
    rael Treasury, left by plane for
    Moscow this week to negotiate with
    Soviet authorities for the purchase
    of crude oil. Pearlman carried spe-
    cific proposals for terms and meth-
    od of payment for the oil that Is-
    rael seeks. Since his departure
    coincided with the the departure
    of a citrus marketing delegation
    for the Soviet Union, it is believed
    that some of the oil will be ob-
    tained on a barter agreement in
    exchange for citrus products.
    Jewish Congress Warns US
    Against Clemency to Nazis
    NEW YORK (JTA)The World
    Jewish Congress has appealed to
    Secretary of State John Foster
    Dulles to define the scope of the
    newly-established Allied German
    Board of Clemency in the US Zone
    of Germany, lest the 300 war crim-
    inals now imprisoned escape full
    punishment for their crimes. Fur-
    ther clemency, particularly for the
    high Nazis convicted in Nurem-
    berg, the WJC warned, "cannot but
    weaken seriously" the Allied action
    on war criminals, as well as the
    foundations and authority of Al-
    lied military tribunals.
    197 Hungarian Jews, Last to
    be Ransomed, Are in Israel
    HAIFA (WNS)A group of 197,
    last of the 3.000 Hungarian Jews
    who were ransomed at $1,000 a
    head by American Jewish organiza-
    tions, arrived this week in Israel
    from Naples, Italy, where they had
    taken ship. The group included 63
    men, ail more than 50 years old, 93
    women and 41 children. The Hun-
    garian Communist authorities have
    made it plain that no more Jews
    will be allowed to leave the coun-
    try.
    Britain Denies Backing Jordan
    Against Israel in Border Tiff
    LONDON (JTA)A British For-
    eign Office spokesman here denied
    Israel Premier David Ben-Gurion's
    chargs that Britain had discriminat-
    ed in favor of Jordan in recent
    border incidents. The spokesman
    said Britain had taken into account
    incidents caused by Jordanians, but
    drew a distinction between small
    and unorganized incursions and
    large-scale military operations. He
    claimed that Jordan had taken
    steps to prevent incidents and had
    punished Jordanians responsible
    for them.
    Miss Goldberg Named
    Hadassah Director
    NEW YORK Miss Hannah L.
    Goldberg, noted woman Zionist
    leader, educator and administrator,
    ha* been appointed executive di-
    rector of Hadassah, the Women's
    Zionist Organization of America,
    it was announced here by Mrs. Her-
    man Shulman, national president of
    Hadassah.
    Miss Goldberg will succeed Miss
    Jeannette N. Leibel, who resigned
    as executive director a post she
    held since 1936 in order to ac-
    company her husband, Arthur
    Lourie, newly appointed assistant
    director general of the Israel For-
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    IE HULEH Mil PROJECT MID THE UNITED NATIONS
    ntinu.d from Prcding Pag*
    efore, was also devoid of any
    Jlidity.
    |A fifth objection was that the
    eration of the canal would deny
    iter for irrigation purposes to
    nan lands on the left bank of
    Jordan, south of the canal. The
    gel and American engineers su-
    nising the canal construction
    Udied this problem with the
    eatest of care and came to the
    nclusion that the amount of Jor-4
    In water they needed to deflect
    rough the canal for the opera-
    Ln of the hydroelectric plant
    buld not affect the flow of water
    iwii the existing channel of the
    rdan to a point which would in
    y way affect these lands. There
    fculd be adequate water left for
    irrigation purposes of these
    ids. The calculations made were
    clear and convincing that the
    Lvernment of Israel was in a po-
    ton to offer to General Bennike
    undertaking of full legally
    Hdirm commitments to ensure at
    times an adequate supply of
    Iter to these lands.
    Respite this situation, General
    Innlke. on September 23, 1953,
    nested the Government of Is-
    n to stop operations "until agre-
    |nt is reached." While not stat-
    pxplicitly. it appeared that by
    I' was meant an agreement be-
    een the Government of Israel
    Syria. This involved two
    In!-: first. Syria has no locus
    |n
  • ize. Both the Armistice
    ncnunt and the interpretation
    |ced upon- it by the Security
    jncil in 1951 make this perfect-
    Iclcar. Secondly, there would be
    lie point in talking of an agree-
    mt with Syria since there can be
    I doubt that it is the intention of
    pa l prevent this project. The
    lvernment of Israel indicated
    lit if what was implied was an
    reement with General Bennike
    self, it was perfectly ready af
    times to discuss the matter with
    f\, and if need be, stop the oper-
    ons for a brief period in order
    provide time for such an agree-
    at to be reached. All that could
    [involved in such an agreement
    |uld be the complete satisfaction
    assurance that no Arab-owned
    kd was being used and that the
    |gaUon rights would be preserv-
    [owever, General Bennike did
    lake up this idea, whereupon |
    Government of Israel stated
    )t it would be prepared to have
    matter discussed in the Secur-
    Council. There has thus been
    (avoidance by Israel of recourse
    constituted United Nations
    Iwrities. On the contrary, there
    been discussion and consulta-
    with United Nations authori-
    al all stages and there is cpm-
    Ite readiness to have this matter
    fsidered by the Security Council
    the final authority. Meanwhile,
    facts are being created. No
    \er has been diverted from the
    [Ian River into the canal which
    is being dug nor indeed can any
    water be diverted until the entire
    operation is complete, which must
    of necessity take considerable
    time. The estimate is that the pro-
    jected plant will not be complete
    for a period of three years. There
    is, therefore, no question of "faits
    accompli." The matter is coming
    before the Security Council with-
    out the situation having in any way
    been prejudiced by the canal-dig-
    ging operations now being under-
    taken.
    A new note has been introduced
    ipto this whole discussion during
    the past week by the publication
    of a document entitled "The Uni-
    fied Development of the Water Re-
    sources of the Jordan Valley Reg-
    ion." This document was prepared
    at the request of the United Na-
    tions Relief and Works Agency for
    Palestine Refugees in the Middle
    East and it was prepared by
    Charles T. Main, Inc.. under the
    direction of the Tennessee Valley
    Authority. In commissioning the
    report, the United Nations body
    concerned asked the Tennessee
    Valley Authority "to disregard po-
    litical boundaries, and to prepare
    a report indicating the most effi-
    cient method of utilizing the whole
    of the water shed in the best inter-
    est of the area." In submitting the
    report to the UNRWA, Mr. Gordon
    R. Clapp, the chairman of the TVA,
    emphasized that the report "was
    made without field investigations."
    He specifically emphasized that
    "the report does not consider po-
    litical factors or attempt to set
    this system into the national boun-
    daries now pervading."
    The document is thus a desk
    study, prepared without field in-
    vestigation, which has been sub-
    mitted to a United Nations agency
    at its request. It has not been con-
    sidered by any United Nations
    agency and it is perfectly clear
    that it could not properly be con-
    sidered by anyone as a basis for
    action without reference to the
    opinions of the states concerned,
    namely, Jordan, Syria and Israel
    all of which are sovereign states
    which must agree before any reg-
    ional plan can be implemented.
    It must be emphasized that the
    document referred to was drawn
    up without consultation with and
    in fact without the knowledge of
    the Government of Israel. The Gov-
    ernment of Israel received copies
    of this report on October 19, 1953,
    that is, on the date of its publica-
    tion, and has clearly had no time
    to study it or its implications. The
    Government of Israel in recent
    times has projected repeatedly the
    idea of an inter-state agreement
    on irrigation and power by direct
    consultation with the neighboring
    Arab states. In a memorandum of
    July 9, 1953, from Ambassador
    Eban of Israel to Secretary of State
    Dulles, the United States Govern-
    ment was cordially invited by the
    Government of Israel to promote
    contacts between Israel and neigh-
    boring countries with a view to fa-
    Continued on Next Pagt
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    a tractor in the Negev. His work with the parched land, made
    arid by thousands of years of neglect, will be made easier
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    *Jewhtfhrkliar
    PAGE 11 B
    Watson to Address
    iple fsraef Sisterhood
    n Monday. December 7th, 130
    [., Temple Israel Sisterhood will
    t its Chanuka meeting at" the
    jiple. Mrs. Harold Thurman. vice
    talent and program chairman.
    \mnounced that Dr. Edith Wat-
    j Schipper, Philosophy Professor
    |thr University of Miami, will
    ak on: Philosophy In Our Poli-
    I.ife Today.
    Chanuka celebration will
    id out the program with the
    ^cation by Mrs. Joseph R. Narot.
    |r. Watson, whose father was a
    ijregational missionary, was
    in China and spoke Chinese
    ore she spoke English. She was
    |ucht to the United States when
    was 16 y.ears old artd was edu-
    td at Carlton University. She re-
    ted the PhD degree from Rad-
    io when Dr. Jarrett Schipper.
    of the Philosophy Depart-
    jt at the University of Miami,
    getting his from Harvard.
    |akinu part in the Chanuka por-
    of the program will be the
    Idames Joseph Bulbin, shamos;
    tin Van Zamft, 1st candle; Isaac
    jn, 2nd candle; Edward Klein,
    candle: William Lehman, 4th
    ; Kate Meidenberg, 5th can-
    Harry Raskin, 6th candle; Irv-
    [Reinhorn. 7th candle; and Har-
    koyell, 81h candle.
    ir<. Harry Simons, chairman of
    [Hostess Committee, will greet
    kibers and friends.
    New Chanukah Recipes add Gay
    Modern Touch to Ancient Holiday
    Each of tho Jewish holidays
    has its own special mood and
    the mood of Chanukah, with its
    games, its charades, its songs
    and good, lusty eating, is essen-
    tially one of gaiety. It is a fami-
    ly festival, celebrated primarily
    in the home and that places
    particular emphasis on the part
    the kitchen plays In maintain-
    ing the holiday spirit.
    As far back as the Middle
    Ages, Chanukah diversions have
    kept pretty well to a pattern.
    The "dreidel," it is known, traces
    its origin as a holiday amuse-
    ment to the twelfth century or
    earlier and many of the other
    traditions observed to this very
    day go back even further than
    that.
    But in the kitchen, tradition*
    keep pace with the times, and
    even the Chanukah "latkes," the
    traditional pancakes served as
    part of virtually every Chanukah
    meal, have taken on a modern
    aspect, as the recipes provided
    by the B. Manischewitz Company
    (given below) serve to indicate.
    Among other items of long-
    standing custom on the Chanu-
    kah menu are potato puddings,
    in countless variations, or their
    thoroughly modern and thor-
    oughly delightful counterpart,
    the whipped potato pie, which
    is another of the new holiday
    recipes suggested by the Man-
    ischewitz firm, long famous for
    Its polneering role in adapting
    traditional kosher dishes to pres-
    ent day needs and eating habits.
    Other recipes suggested by
    the Manischewitz people reveal
    how much the gay, festive spirit
    of the holiday has invaded the
    kitchen, adding a light-hearted
    touch to traditional Chanukah
    meals.
    Housewifely ingenuity, often
    taxed by the special demands of
    special-occasion meals, will find
    one answer to the problem in
    such novel treats as "winter
    strawberries" and "dreidel"
    cookies, both of them sure to
    delight the family and contrib-
    ute to the joy of celebrating the
    age-old Feast of Lights.
    In addition to helping the
    woman of the hdflse with such
    welcome suggestions as the
    recipes given hrtow, the B.
    Manischewitz Company has pro-
    vided a number of short-cuts to
    good cooking, and equally good
    eating, in its wide variety of
    choice kosher foods, famed both
    for their quality and their work-
    saving convenience. The list in-
    cludes such items as Manis-
    chewitz Chicken Soup with Krep-
    lach (which are also traditional
    at Chanukah), as well as .four
    other kinds of Manischewitz
    Chicken Soup; Manischewitz Ge-
    ftlte Fish; and the ever-popular
    Manischewitz Matzo Meal, which
    has come to be regarded b.
    housewives everywhere as an in-
    dispensable stand-by for a grea*
    many types of favorite holida,
    recipes.
    )les Center Lists
    kanuka Activities
    ( li.inuka party for the chil-
    li lending Sunday School
    -end by the PTA of the Coral
    lies Jewish Center will he held
    Sunday morning, December 6th.
    lighting of the outdoor Me-
    IbJi will take place in the eve-
    at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Morris
    p will officiate. A latke party
    held at 8:30 p.m. will follow
    I ceremony.
    \x\ Monday evening, December
    the regular PTA meeting wall
    icld at the Ceijter at 8:15 p.jn.
    Rachel' Skop M-irl1'preseirt a
    gram of religious sketches per-
    king to the history of Chanuka.
    :tionary Presented in
    icus Puchkoff Memory
    le Histadruth Ivrith Cultural
    ^d. in memory of Pincus Puch-
    has awarded an unabridged
    irew dictionary and other books
    |he Hebrew corner of the Beth
    Library.
    p. P. Puchkoff will make the
    entation at the regular PTA
    pt 11114 commemorating Chanuka
    Monday. December 7th, 8:30
    ,.. in the auditorium.
    atkes win be served and tradi-
    |al Chanuka songs will be led
    Cantor Maurice Mamches.
    ivies of th> meeting will be tak-
    |b> Mr. A. Lubin.
    (Fhow Cvurioy The B. Manii.htwili Co.)
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    14 cups'cooked carrots, shoestring style
    Manischewitz Manifat or oil for frying
    Mix grated raw potatoes with egg, roatzo meal and salt in a large
    mixing bowl. Add drained cooked carrots and blend well. Drop by
    tablespoon onto hot frying pan; fry in deep fat until crisp and
    golden brown. Remove and drain on paper toweling. Serve hot.
    Serves 6,.___________________________
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    2 eggs
    2 teaspoons onion salt
    6 medium potatoes, grated
    ' % cup Manischewitz Matzo Meal
    ManischewiU Manifat or oil for frying
    Mix tuna fish with eggs and onion salt in a large mixing bowl. Add
    raw grated potatoes and mix well. Gradually mix in matzo meal.
    Drop by tablespoon onto hot frying pan; fry in deep fat until crisp
    and golden brown. Remove and drain on paper toweling, berw m*.
    Serves 6. _______.
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    In the presence of an overflow-
    44 assembly. Rabbi David Shapiro
    las last week installed as Rabbi of
    loilywood's Temple Sinai by Rabbi
    king Lehrman, spiritual leader of
    lianTi Beach Jewish Center. Min-
    ticr.' of every denomination par-
    fcipaled in the ceremony.
    I Rev. A. D. Hermann, president
    t| the Hollywood Ministerial Asso-
    ciation, spoke in behalf of the
    Bergy f Broward County, Mayor
    Ryll brought greetings from the
    tity of Hollywood. Also speaking
    las Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, presi-
    [ent of the Greater Miami RabBini-
    Association.
    Dr. Clement Geronemus, presi-
    nt of Temple Sinai Congregation,
    poke in behalf of the entire roem-
    fersbip and Samuel Prosterman,
    behalf of the Greater Miami
    twish National Fund Council. The
    vocation was delivered by Rabbi
    flexander Gross, principal of the
    ebrew Academy. Rabbi Alfred
    faxman, of West Miami Jewish
    enter presented the benediction.
    I The musical program was ren-
    tred by Cantor Joseph W. Malek
    nd the Temple Choir, under the
    Irection of Rev. Mordechai Haal-
    lan. Harry Kaplan, co-chairman
    lith Allen H. Poaster, was toast-
    la'-ter.
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    MIAMI. FLORIDA
    FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1953
    SEC. C
    Jewish Women's
    i ouncil lOadics
    Ofi'i*k on I lainiN
    The Miami Section of the Na-
    tional Council of Jewish Women
    this week announced it has receiv-
    ed information in regard to the
    New German Federal Indemnifica-
    tion Law, which became effective
    October 1, 1953 and extends to Oc-
    tober, 1955.
    The Council office is now in the
    process of setting up a committee
    to assist all those who will be elig-
    ible to file claims. The law now
    covers many people who were in-
    ligible to file claims previously and
    includes the generals groups of "es-
    capees, expelees, and persecutees."
    Council will not be ready to ac-
    cept claims or to assist in filing
    until sometime in December, the
    announcement said.
    Jhcrnuka Fete to Honor
    fhilip Berkowitz
    Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
    will sponsor a Chanuka party
    Sunday evening, December 6th,
    p n at the Dora August Audi-
    im. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
    The party will honor Philip Ber-
    iwitz, president of the congrega-
    on. on the occasion of his 70th
    irthday. Chairmen will be Mr.
    id Mrs. A. Zussman.
    Attending a luncheon session of the recent groundbreaking program of the Albert Einstein
    Medical College in New York are (left to right) M. C. Billig, Miami Beach, national field direc-
    tor; Herman Huhnan, Washington, D.C., and Miami; Dr. Harry Goldwag, New York; Bernard
    Weiss, Monticello, New York; Samuel Z. Troy, Richmond, Virginia; Samuel C. Levenson and
    Mrs. Louis A. Glasser, Greater Miami co-chairmen; and R. Williams Apte, Miami co-chairman
    and Florida State chairman. The session was held in the dining room of the already erected
    Nathan B. Van Etten Hospital at the Einstein Medical School.
    Shcloma Hadassah
    Hates Book Review
    Mr?. Nat Waldman, president of
    le Shaloma Group of Hadassah,
    y ..nces that a Chanuka meeting
    bill be held on Monday, Decem-
    ii 7th, 1 p.m., at the Hibiscus
    lodge,
    M> Promised Land, by Molly
    Lynns Bar-David, will be reviewed
    by Mrs. Phillip Geller, educational
    fchmrman of Shaloma. The book is
    record of an American house-
    utr adaption to life in Israel, ac-
    cording to Mrs. Geller.
    Junior Hadassah Group
    Reports in Washington
    WASHINGTON, DC. Miss
    Elaine Wolfson, of 226 Antiquera,
    Coral Gables, who is president of
    the Miami Unit of Junior Hadas-
    sah, reported on Zionist youth ac-
    tivities in the Miami area at the
    30th Annual Junior Hadassah Con-
    vention held here.
    Miss Wolfson was one of 500
    delegates from throughout the
    country who attended the conven-
    tion of the Young Women's Zionist
    Organization of America.
    Speakers included I;cu:>en Shi-
    loa, Minister Plenipotentiary of Is-
    rael, and Mrs. Raphael Tourover,
    Washington representative of Ha-
    dassah.
    The Miami unit of Junior Hadas-
    sah shares in the national organ-
    ization's many projects, which in-
    clude the maintenance of the chil-
    dren's village of Meier Shfeyah in
    Israel.
    Aronovitz Will Be Guest Speaker At
    Friedman Testimonial Dinner On 20th
    Mayor Abe Aronovitz, of Miami,
    will be guest speaker at the testi-
    monial dinner for Milton A. Fried-
    man, national commissioner of the
    B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
    on Sunday evening, December 20th,
    it was announced by Barbara Chanuka pageant Due
    Austria Reneges on Lump Sum
    Settlement for Heirless Claims
    VIENNA (W N S) Although it
    has negotiated the problem for six
    months with world Jewish organ-
    izations, the Austrian Government
    is now taking the position against
    making a lump settlement of heir-
    less property claims of Jewish vic-
    tims of the Nazis. The decision was
    made knosvn to the Joint Executive
    Board for Jewish Claims on Aus-
    tria.
    Rabbi Becker Will Speak
    Sisterhood of the Downtown
    Synagogue will hold a Chanuka
    party on Sunday evening, Decem-
    ber 6th, 8 p.m., in the Synagogue's
    Bloomberg Hall. Rabbi Aryah
    Becker will be guest speaker.
    GREETINGS
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    teer on Heart Sunday, February
    14th.
    This slogan will become Greater
    Miami's most frequently repeated
    phrase between now and next St.
    Valentine's day, when thousands of
    volunteers from all walks of life
    will make a single house-to-house
    canvass on behalf of the Heart As-
    sociation of Greater Miamj, Na-
    tional Children's Cardiac Hospital,
    and Miami Heart Institute.
    Last year, almost three quarters
    of a million people of all ages died
    of diseases of the heart and circu-
    latory system. One out of every two
    deaths in the United States was
    caused by this dread killer. Re-
    search made possible by voluntary-
    funds has brought about significant
    progress in the diagnosis, treat-
    ment and prevention of heart dis-
    ease, according to Mrs. Marie Zona,
    executive secretary of the Heart
    Association of Greater Miami.
    A meeting will soon be scheduled
    to discuss plans for this commu-
    nity-wide project. Co-chairmen are
    the Mesdames Albert Bernard, Lu-
    cille Doolittle and Dave Emmer.
    Greene, president of the BBYO
    Young Adult Council.
    The dinner, which will be held
    at the Monte Carlo Hotel, is in
    "honor of the man who has done
    most in the past 20 years for the
    B'nai B'rith Youth Organization in
    Greater Miami."
    Other guests wno will be on the
    program include Mrs. A. Frank
    Wellins. District No. 5 chairman,
    At Tarleton Monday
    A Chanuka musical pageant will
    be presented at the Hanna Senech
    Group of Hadassah meeting on
    Monday, December 7th, 1:15 p.m.,
    at the Lord Tarleton Hotel.
    Mrs. Samuel Kelemer and Mrs.
    Philip Rudine are directing the
    program which will include Mrs.
    Henry Cohen, Mrs. Jennie Apple-
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    B'nai B'rith. and James D. Leven-
    son, BBYO chairman for Greater
    Miami.
    Friedman, who has been identi-
    fied with B'nai B'rith for almost
    30 years, was formerly president
    of Sholem Lodge and of the State
    Federation of Men's Lodges for
    Florida. His career in B'nai B'rith
    began as a youth when he joined
    AZA, junior order of B'nai B'rith.
    From AZA. he graduated to par-
    ticipating in the B'nai B'rith Hillel
    Houses at the University of Miami
    and the University of Florida, both
    of which he helped organize.
    Friedman received his legal de-
    gree at the U of F and became the
    youngest practicing attorney in Mi
    ami. He resides in the southwest
    section with his wife, Sylvia, and
    three children.
    ence Mansur and Ellen Mansur.
    Irving Kelemer, child cantor, will
    render several Chanuka numbers.
    Mrs. William Feuer is president
    of the group.
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    era! segments, and tiny Palea*
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    ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY
    rH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
    | Friday evening services at
    i.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro
    Cantor Maurice Mamches of-
    jn, assisted by the choir un-
    tie direction of Miriam Don-
    bj. Services will be dedicated
    ailed Synagogue Youth. Mem-
    Jcif the organization will par-
    Itc. Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's
    pn is scheduled as: Heroes Of
    iDcstiny. The Oneg Shabbat
    j.ng will be sponsored by Phil
    Floral offerings will be by
    Hannah Rossin. Saturday
    |ing services are at 9 a.m.,
    Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
    eekly Portion. Daily services
    it 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
    *
    (ST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
    bold early Friday services at
    p.m., conducted by Abraham
    Jtein. Late services will be
    tin p.m., when Rabbi Alfred
    Tian will officiate, assisted by
    tenter Choir under the direc-
    i.f Jerome Taft. Subject of
    Rabbi's sermon is scheduled
    the New Spirit Of The Mac-
    The Oneg Shabbat follow-
    irill be under the sponsorship
    and Mrs. Jack Nemeth. Sat-
    morning services are at ft
    Junior services will be at 11
    with students of the Hebrew
    participating. Mincha is at
    , followed by Maariv. Regu-
    trvices are at 7 a.m.

    )RTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
    rwill hold Friday evening serv-
    at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer
    kmowitz officiating. Subject of
    |Rabbi*s sermon is scheduled
    Candle In The Window. Sat-
    morning services will fea-
    a sermon on: Spirit Of The
    tabees.
    8ETH EL CONGREGATION will
    hold Friday evening services at
    5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
    ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
    Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
    and discuss: The Lights That Nev-
    er Failed. A class in Talmud is
    slated for 4 p.m. Mincha will be
    at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
    Seudos. Junior services are on Sat-
    urday in the Academy Hall at 10
    a.m.
    ? *
    FLAGLER GRANADA Jewish
    Community Center will hold Fri-
    day evening services at 8:15 p.m.,
    with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and
    chanting the liturgy. Subject of
    his discourse is scheduled as: Cha-
    nuka We Challenge Thee. An
    Oneg Shabbat will follow. Satur-
    day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
    when Rev. Heim will discuss the
    Weekly Portion. He will be assist-
    ed by the Hebrew School Choir.
    Daily services are in the chapel at
    7:30 p.m.
    CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
    TER will hold Friday evening
    services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
    Morris Skop officiating. Subject
    of his discourse is scheduled as:
    The Maccabean Struggle For Re-
    ligious Freedom. Saturday morn-
    ing services will include the Bar
    Mitzvoth of Allan, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Louis Cohen, 220 NW 40th
    Avenue, and Joel, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Leo Feiss, 3891 NW 2nd Ter-
    race. Rabbi Skop will officiate.
    Cantor Irving Robinsoo will render
    the musical portions of the liturgy.
    The parents will be hosts at the
    Kiddush following.
    *
    MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
    GATION will hold Friday evening
    services at 8:30 p.m. Installation
    of members by Jules Klion, presi-
    dent, will take place. Guest speak-
    er will be Ben Essen, Miami attor-
    ney. Subject of his discourse is
    scheduled as: Our Jewish Heritage.
    Rabbi Boris Rackovsky will offi-
    ciate at the evening service and
    discuss: Husbandry. Saturday
    morning services are at 9:30 a.m.
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    hold Friday evening services
    k30 p.m. Rabbi Moses Meschel-
    officiate and discuss: There
    | Heroes Today. Cantor Aaron
    rarten will render the musical
    ns of the liturgy. Saturday
    fc.ng services are at 8:30 a.m.
    Mcscheloff will discuss: The
    i Of Faith. Junior services
    I 9 a.m.. under the direction
    5' i.jamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush
    re served by the Sisterhood,
    Mrs. Abraham Bergman and
    Aaron Weingarten serving as
    If ses, Mincha is at 5 p.m., fol-
    . by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
    .doff will discuss the Weekly
    in Daily services are at 7
    8 a.m. and at 5 and 5:30 p.m.
    lecture series on Jewish laws
    uistoms is in the afternoons
    ku'n services.

    IIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
    4GREGATION will hold Friday
    In.r.fi services at 5:30 p.m. Sat-
    morning services are at 8:30
    a hen Rabbi Simon April will
    Iciate and discuss: Only In
    H ess Can We See Light. Can-
    I Bcrele Kelemer will render the
    (sical portions of the liturgy. A
    6s in Mishna is slated for 4:30
    BETH T F I L A H CONGREGA-
    TION will hold Friday evening
    services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
    morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
    when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
    officiate and discuss: We Are Still
    To Light The Candles. At 4 p.m.,
    the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly
    Portion. Mincha will be at 4:30
    p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos
    and Maariv. Daily services are at
    7:30 a.m., followed by a class in
    Mishna. Mincha is at 5 p.m., fol-
    lowed by a class in Jewish laws
    and customs. Gemorrah class is
    on Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 p.m.

    TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
    SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
    evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rab-
    bi Louis Cassel will officiate and
    discuss: Chanuka 1953. Cantor
    Albert Glantz will render the mu-
    sical portions of the liturgy. An
    Oneg Shabbat, tendered by the Sis-
    terhood, will include a Chanuka
    seminar, with members of the con-
    gregation participating. Saturday
    morning services are at ft a.m.
    TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
    hold Friday evening services at
    8:15 p.m. Sylvan Lebow, execu-
    tive director of the National Fed-
    eration of Temple Brotherhoods,
    will be guest speaker at the Tem-
    ple Israel Men's Club Sabbath. Sub-
    ject of his discourse is scheduled
    as: The War On Indifference. Har-
    old Friedman, Men's Club presi-
    dent, will participate in the serv-
    ice.

    AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
    INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
    ning services at 5 and 8:15 p.m.
    Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and
    launch a series of talks on weekly
    current events in light of the
    Weekly Portion. Saturday morn-
    ing services are at 9 a.m., with
    Rabbi Ever conducting the Sab-
    bath Chanuka service and preach-
    on: The Festivity Of Chanuka
    Then And Now. Kiddush will fol-
    low. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., fol-
    lowed by Maariv. Daily services
    are at 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
    DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
    hold Friday evening services at
    5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
    ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Aryah
    Becker will officiate and discuss:
    Miracles In Past And Today. A
    class in Bible study is slated for
    4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m..
    followed by Shalos Seudos under
    the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs.
    Joey Schwartz.
    *
    TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
    will hold Friday evening services
    at 8:30 p.m. Members of the Sis-
    terhood will participate. Rabbi
    David Shapiro will officiate and
    discuss: Kindling Anew The Holy
    Lamps. Cantor Joseph W. Malek
    and the Temple choir will chant
    the liturgy. Saturday morning
    services are at 9 a.m., and will be
    conducted by Rabbi Shapiro and
    Rev. Mordechai Haalman. The Rab-
    bi will discuss the Weekly Portion.
    *
    HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
    Jewish Community Center will
    hold Friday evening services in re-
    membrance of Pearl Harbor at 8:15
    p.m. Rabbi Harry Ettinger will
    officiate and discuss: Dreams And
    World Peace. Cantor Israel Kersh-
    ner, assisted by the Center Choir,
    will present the musical portions
    of the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat
    will follow under the sponsorship
    of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rackear, in
    honor of their son's birthday, and
    Mr. and Mrs. L. Gelvan, in honor
    of Mr. Gelvan's birthday.
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    ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
    hold late services Friday at 8:30
    p m with Rabbi Max M. Landman
    officiating and assisted by Cantor
    David Bagley and the mixed choir.
    Theme for sermon and open forum
    will be: What Does Judaism Offer
    Us Today. Participants will be
    Rabbi Landman, Mrs. William
    Locke. Herman Hamburg. Mr. and
    Mrs. Mel Byer, Mrs. Bernard Ches-
    man and Mrs. Irvin Kann. Early
    services will be held at 5:15 p.m..
    conducted by Rev. Rudolf E Brill
    There will be an Oneg Shabbat
    sponsored by the Sisterhood. Serv-
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    Irs. Ross is Named Education
    Yirector of Mount Sinai
    iospital Nursing School
    Max Orovitz, president of Mount
    ,inai Hospital's .Board of Trustees
    his week announced the" Appoint- '*
    nent of Mrs. Carmen Frank Ross'
    s director of education of Mount
    inai Hospital School of Practical
    ,'ursing.
    The School of Practical Nursing
    as been in operation at Mount
    inai since 1951. It is the only
    chool in this area which is na-
    ionally accredited by the National
    ssociation for Practical Nurse
    .duration, the Florida State Board
    f Nurse Registration and the Nurs-
    for Veterans Education Pro-
    ram, according to OroviU.
    Mrs. Ross became associated with
    fount Sinai Hospital a year go.
    rior to this, she served as nursing
    Ing
    Rabbi David Shapiro (second from right), of Temple Sinai,
    Hollywood, is flanked by Rev. A. D. Hermann fright) and Revs.
    Harry Russel (left) and Harold Williamson (second from left)
    on the occasion of his installation as Temple spiritual leader
    last week.
    I
    .
    Mrs. Carmen f. ffoss
    fcducation consultant and public
    health coordinator with the Tuber-
    culosis and Health Association
    nd acted as advisor to approxi-
    nately 50 schools of nursing and
    Hospitals in the greater New York
    |rea.
    Author of many articles on nurs-
    tiK which have been published in
    leading nursing and other profes-
    sional journals. Mrs. Ross was also
    consultant and on many commit-
    fcees for the National League for
    Cursing.
    Holder of a BS degree in Nurs-
    ing Education and an MA degree
    from Columbia University, Mrs.
    toss has already affiliated herself
    vith various nurse education pro-
    grams in the Greater Miami area.
    In addition to her new duties as
    jirector of education at Mount Si-
    kai, she is at present teaching pre-
    ventive medicine at the University
    of Miami Evening School Division.
    Council Tag Day
    Here Nets $500
    With all the money acounted for
    in the Tag Day drive of the Great-
    er Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Coun-
    cil for the Leo N. Levi Memorial
    Hospital, it was announced this
    week that over $500 had been rais-
    ed in the one-day effort.
    The sum is double the intended
    goal for the hospital sponsored by
    B'nai B'rith, said George Lefcoe,
    council president. Besides collect-
    ing funds, the member chapters of
    council distributed picture post
    cards of the hospital and explained
    the purpose of the institution to
    those who made contributions.
    Chairman for the project was
    Joan Siegel, who was assisted by
    Joan Bierman and Murray Kane.
    Miami area chairmen, and Lois
    Goldfinger and Alan Horski, Miami
    Beach area chairmen.
    The project was the second mass
    endeavor of the council and fol-
    lowed a recent collection for can-
    ned foods which saw 4.000 cans dis-
    tributed to the Jewish Home for
    the Aged, the James E. Scott Com-
    munity Association and"the Variety
    Children's Hospital.
    The Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospi-
    tal is a national project of the
    B'nai B'rith Youth Organization for
    the year 1953-54.
    Roth to be Guest
    Speaker at
    Women?/* Party
    Pioneer Women, Club No. 2, will
    hold a Chanuka party on Sunday
    evening, December 6th, 6 p.m., at
    Kneseth Israel Congregation.
    Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Moetzet
    Hapoelot chairman, is sponsor of
    the affair in memory of her moth-
    er.
    Proceeds will go to the Chil-
    dren's Home maintained in Israel
    by the Greater Miami Pioneer
    Women's Council. Guest speaker
    will be Councilman Burnett Roth,
    according to Mrs. Minnie Shubow,
    cultural chairman.
    Lighting of traditional Chanuka
    candles and the invocation will be
    presented by Bernard Powell. In
    charge of arrangements are the
    Mesdames Ida Powell, Sarah Malu-
    met. Pearl Gratz, Ida Myron and
    Esther Shedroff.
    [Proceeds for School
    Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew
    School and Congregation will hold
    Its annual latke party in the syna-
    gogue on Sunday evening, Decem-
    ber 6th, at 7 p.m. Assisting Mrs.
    Brvin Sirkin, chairman, are the
    IMcsdames Mollie Harrison, Archie
    IC'oulton and Allan Forbes. Pro-
    Iceeds are for the Religious School.
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    The annual Hebrew School and
    Sunday School Chanuka program
    will ,be held on Sunday at the West
    Miami Jewish Center. Each class
    in the School will contribute one
    item to the program. Benedictions
    over the lights will be recited by a
    junior student.
    Rabbi Alfred Waxman will wel-
    come parents and members and
    speak on the significance of Cha-
    nuka.
    Morris Weiss, principal of the
    Sunday School, will report on the
    progress that has been made in the
    last year and speak on plans for the
    future.
    Morris Harris, chairman of the
    Religious Committee, and Alex
    Fogel, president of the Center, will
    also address the gathering.
    Distribution of gifts and refresh-
    ments will be supervised by Mrs.
    Leonard Harris and Mrs. Morris
    Weiss.
    Randle Brothers in
    Front at Biscayne
    Randle Brothers of Wichita, Kan-
    sas, and Oak Haven Farm, Ojus,
    are way out in front in the race
    for win honors for the first 13 days
    of racing at the Biscayne Kennel
    Club.
    The Randle outfit, often referred
    to as the Calumet Farm of grey-
    hound racing, has chalked up 13
    wins, six seconds and 11 thirds to
    average a win a night.
    Others in the top ten are M. R.
    Ostlund and R. K. Hutchings, dead-
    locked for second place with nine
    wins apiece. Szigeti and Gaines,
    showing the most improvement in
    the past week, climbed to fourth
    position, having posted seven wins,
    four second and three thirds.
    Carleton Cole's Sawbuck Kennels
    is in 6th position with six, seven
    and eight, while close behind are
    Ohlinger & Blair, C. H. Lovely,
    Mike Castellani, Arch Degeer and
    Point Breeze Kennels.
    Benny Frisch's Quick Victory is
    in the lead in the Sire race with
    12 of his offspring getting the nod
    from veteran racing official, Judge
    W. R. Moore.
    Randle Brothers' Real Huntsman,
    greatest money winner of all time,
    is a close runner-up with eleven
    and Paul Sutherland's great Cham-
    pion Beach Comber is in third
    place with nine of his progeny hit-
    ting the wire in front. _
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    The mayor reached for his Stcn
    gun.
    Who- there"", he called, as
    footstep* approached the door.
    A voice answered in crisp Tuni-
    >i;in Arabic. Reassured, the mayor
    let go of his gun and continued our
    conversation.
    Ue can't take any risks here,"
    he explained. "Arab infiltrators
    come across the border all the
    time. Most of them are armed, and
    they'll shoot without the slightest
    compunction."
    We were in a village only a few
    miles from Jerusalem, close to the j
    border as so many Israel villages
    are. The people take it for granted
    that they have to do guard duty at
    nights, like soldiers on active serv-
    ice. Otherwise their property is
    stolen, and they are liable to be
    murdered in their beds, another
    few to add to the figure of 400-odd
    Israeli's murdered or seriously
    wounded by marauders from across
    the armistice lines.
    "It was mucn worse a couple of
    years ago," the mayor told me, as
    if to make light of their present
    problems. "Then armed groups
    were prowling around almost every
    night. Several of our villagers were
    killed outside their own homes;
    they used to shoot or creep up
    close and throw grenades.
    "Once a Hungarian girl of 18
    came here to visit friends. On her
    way back infiltrators kidnapped
    her and took her over the border.
    There they assaulted her. then
    killed her. and her body was found
    by the railway tracks that divide
    the territory from Jordan.
    "In the end we couldn't stand it
    any more. We got help and attack
    ed the Arab villages we knew the
    murderers were coming from
    Since then, they've been quieter.
    They only come across to steal, in-
    stead of murdering for pleasure's
    sake like they used to."
    The first essential to an under-
    standing of the infiltration prob-
    lem is a grasp of the fact that it
    could not exist without complicity
    by the Jordan authorities. During ;
    the past two years, tens of thou I
    sands of dollars worth of alumini
    mum water piping, miles of copper
    wire, much new pumping equip
    ment. several hundred cows and
    other farmyard animals have been
    stolen and taken across the border.
    The loot eventually makes its way
    to Damascus and Alexandria
    where it is sold in the open mar
    kel This involves large-scale trans
    actions and transport (large for this
    part of the world, at least) which
    would never take place without
    the permission of the police.
    "We know the names of the reg-
    ulars involved in the thefts, we
    know the names of the 'fences' and
    we know who eventually buys the
    stuff." an Israel intelligence officer
    told me. "So do you now for one
    moment imagine that the Trans-
    A modern menorah guards Israel's border against iniiitev.
    at night by armed Arab marauders.
    Jordan police and the Egyptian po-
    ice don't know?"
    In fact, infiltration is closely
    linked with political vicissitudes in-
    side the Arab states. There have
    been periods of quiet, when the
    Lebanese, Syrian and Transjordan
    police were determined to keep the
    peace, and even cooperated with
    Israel police in preventing border
    incidents: they agreed to track
    down infiltrators and return stolen
    property: though all that was ever
    returned was a donkey.
    Then, towards the end of last
    year, when the anti-Semitic cam-
    paign behind the Iron Curtain gave
    them encouragement, and they be-
    gan to hope for support in the
    I'nited States, the Arab Govern-
    ments began a fresh round of pro-
    vocative statements against Israel.
    There was a meeting in Amman,
    capital of Transjordan. of the
    Chiefs of Staff of the Arab armies,
    at which inflammatory statements
    against Israel were made by
    the Jordan Prime Minister. Fol-
    lowing this meeting, acts of vio-
    lence by marauders increased and
    were marked by the fact that they
    were not accompanied by robbery
    One armed gang ambushed traffic
    on the Tel Aviv Haifa road, and an-
    other laid an electric mine under
    the Tel Aviv -Haifa railway. Un-
    armed civilians were fired at. barns
    set on fire The dictator of Syria.
    Colonel Shishakly. promised to
    "liberate" Palestine, while Jordan-
    ian Government spokesmen openly
    defended infiltrators as "innocent
    citizens who wanted to get back to
    their own property, stolen by the
    Jews."
    Matters came to a head last
    spring, when the Arabs began
    shooting over the armistice lines in
    Jerusalem, killing several civilians
    in the streets.
    The Israel Army fired back; the
    Arabs in the Old City of Jerusalem
    panicked and fled. The Jordan

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    temerity, demanded British
    and for a few months there vjJ
    comparative peace and quiet
    the whole thing has started J
    again, A round of murders his J
    gun. culminating in the imM
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    villagers of Kiln a. from whidtj
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    15 Mau Mau's in Kenya had I
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    39 riots, in which Arabs a!t*
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    ! collective responsibility, as it I
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    lagees as reprisals for raids'
    an accepted part "i British |
    The same was true in the
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    Israel's Feast of Lights
    Begins on the Sabbath
    p. DAVID SCHWARTZ
    (wish Taltgraphic Agency
    observance of the Chanuka
    j in Israel really begins with
    Ibbath preceding it. The at-
    li of the country will be es-
    lly riveted on the synagogue
    Rehavia quarter in Jeru-
    which the President of Is-
    Ind most of the leading offi-
    Lf the government attend. It
    llu- taken for granted that
    lent Ben Zvi will be called
    [reading of the Haftorah, and
    fcrmon will be delivered by
    [Rabbi Herzog.
    year, rationing prevented
    j, v, from having the potato
    which have become a tra-
    il dish for the holiday, but
    raelis make up for the lack
    sweet potatoes which grow
    abundantly in Israel. From
    [andpoint of nutrition, they
    'better food, at least richer
    imins.
    among Jews everywhere,
    |ka is the time when the
    en arc made most happy with
    Ika gelt and presents. For
    [weeks now, there has been
    Jering of toys for the poorer
    en of the Maabarot, the tent-
    ception dwelling for immi-
    and certainly if the chil-
    anywhere appreciate the
    (i' toys, it is these children,
    highlight of the Chanuka
    lony in Israel of course is the
    nu of the lighted torch from
    where the Maccabees lived,
    )unt Zion. These reminis-
    of the ancient Maccabean
    comes with peculiar force
    Israelis of today. No holi-
    kmacks more of their own
    than Chanuka. They, too, in
    I generation, astonished the
    with their valor and won a
    over what seemed over-
    ing odds.
    (heir battle, they realize, is
    per until political independ-
    |i* cemented by the winning
    battle for economic inde-
    |nre.
    Arabs, defeated on the bat-
    Id, have transferred their
    shouting 'Death to Israel" I
    |e economic plane. By raids
    border, by trade boycott,'
    Dn-cooperation in every way
    ly attempting even to invoke
    lid of the United Nations in
    ling development propects.
    lire attempting to achieve the
    which they could not win
    the sword. They have made
    lessary for Israel to maintain
    Be armed force and to spend
    ffense large sums of money
    would go very far in ac-
    ting the economic upbuilding
    j country.
    Arabs will not win, but in
    Ibattle Israel must have the
    assistance of the Jewry of the
    world. Israel's chief reliance in
    this respect must be foreign in-
    vestment. Israel bonds have shown
    what can lie accomplished in this
    regard. Such projects as the build-
    ing of the new modern road to
    Sodom or the exploitation of the
    rich phosphate resources of the
    Negcv which will soon begin to
    bring its reward in dollars for Is-
    rael, could not have been accom-
    plished without the aid of Israel
    bonds.
    It was not till the State of Is-
    rael was established, that it was
    discovered that the land possessed
    very substantial natural resources,
    not only in phosphates, but in cop-
    per, iron and other metals. We
    shall soon know also whether the
    land contains oil. Geologists are
    agreed that the terrain of Israel
    in many parts gives evidence of
    the existing of oil deposits.
    It is the possession of oil which
    has made the Arab states cocky.
    Israel can get along and even reach
    a high state of prosperity even if
    no oil is found, but there is no
    denying that oil is a quick road to
    riches.
    Speaking of oil on Chanuka re-
    calls how the Maccabcans found in
    the Temple only oil enough for one
    day, but it lasted eight days. Is-
    raelis this holiday are sure to re-
    call another miracle with oil which
    happened at the beginning of the
    Israeli war for liberation.
    It will be recalled that the Brit-
    ish withdrew their soldiery at the
    time with no particular love for
    the Israelis. The Haifa reservoirs
    of oil were all ordered emptied be-
    fore the British left, and there
    were those who said that this had
    been done deliberately in the hope
    that deprived of oil, the Israeli
    war machine would collapse of
    itself, since it would virtually
    bring to an end all automotive
    transportation so necessary in mov-
    ing the soldiers.
    But a miracle happened, say the
    Israelis. In the ordinary emptying
    of reservoirs of oil, there is a resi-
    due which clings to the bottom.
    Israeli chemists ordered that water
    be poured into the tanks and this
    oil at the bottom, rose, as is char-
    acteristic of the product, above
    the water. Sufficient oil was thus
    found by the Israelis to carry on
    until they could get more from
    abroad.
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    Pioneer Women's sister organization in Israel, the Working
    Women's Council has begun its Lend-A-Hand campaign.
    These younqsters still livina in transient settlements need
    many things, including clothing, food, toys and just loving
    care Chanuka will be made more pleasant for them as mem-
    bers o the Working Women's Council in Israel continues to
    care for them in nurseries, kindergartens and playgrounds.
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    (One Block North of Dixie Highway)
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    REAL ESTATE
    2701 N.W. 6th STREET
    PHONE 65-2574
    (Palgor Building)
    Ettie Kay
    Formerly Kay's Blouse Shop
    Exquisite "All Handmade" Nylon Bleusei
    Lace and Tacked Net Model for Dressy Occasions
    Tailored Shirts by Cabey
    Crepe and "All Wool" Jersey Blouses lor Suits
    Handsomely Beaded Sweaters of Orion, Wool and Cashmere
    54 MIRACLE MILE
    Rabbi Marius Ranson, on the pulpit of Temple Emanu-EL Fort
    Lauderdale, is surrounded by officers of two ministerial asso-
    ciations, explaining the Hebrew Law as contained in the
    Torah. The occasion was an Institute on Judaism for Christian
    ministers, church officers and Sunday School teachers con-
    ducted November 13th in two afternoon sessions and in an
    evening worship service followed by a reception in honor of
    the clergy. Dr. Joseph Narot, Rabbi of Temple Israel. Miami,
    delivered the main address. Top row are Rabbi Ranson. Rev.
    J. W. Baillie, Rev. N. D. Yount and Rev. Percy Dawe. Seated
    are Rev. Albert D. Hermann and Rev. John F. Norman.
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    Special diets-Reasonable rate
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    miami modern lamp manufacturing co.
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    Miami Dancing Shoe Company
    127 N.E. FIRST AVENUE (Noirt to Gesu Church)
    LES. STAPIETON, Mmoyer HEISS ARCADE BlDG., ROOM 106
    hone 34144
    Toe Shoos, Toe Shoe Covers, Tie To* Shoes, Musical Comedy, Potent Oxfords,
    Pleated Ballot, Acr.hotk Sandalt, Toe and Heel Taps, Moj.rette Roots,
    Adah leotards, Toe Pods, Children's leotards, Practice Costume, Ruffle
    Tunic, Tights, Trunks, Opera Hose, Batons, Accessories, Sewing All Widths
    and Colors.
    EVERYTHING FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT FIELD
    Emanu-EI Chanuka
    Cantor Levine and
    Charlie Parrel, performer of par-1
    odies in long and who aeeompanies
    himself on the piano, will furnish
    the entertainment at Temple Eman-
    El's Chanuka dinner at the Holly-
    wood Beach Hotel on Sunday. De-
    eemher 6th. 6:45 p.m. Mrs. Marius
    Ranson will act as master of cere-
    monies, and Rabbi Marius Ranson
    will bless the Temple's new eight-1
    branched Chanuka candelabrum. I
    assisted by Cantor Sherwin Levine,
    of Miami Beach.
    Conceived as a "rededication din-
    ner to fan the candlelight of re-
    ligion into a flaming torch of en-
    thusiasm and religious faith." the
    Temple Emanu-EI Chanuka dinner
    is held annually at the Hollywood
    gtch Hotei TWb wig be the Sixth
    weofcrrtatiert of the eVent. accord-
    ing to Mrs. Ranson. its originator.
    The religious feature of the din-
    ner will be a rendition of an orig-
    inal cantata oratorio conceived by
    Rabbi Ranson on the theme of The
    Buried Candelabrum, in which the
    musical portions will be rendered
    by Cantor Levine.
    CaMBkr Levine received his mu
    sical Hducation at the Eastman
    Dinner Features
    Charlie FarreH
    School of Music in Rochester, New
    York, and the Juilliard School of
    Music in New York City. He was
    Cantor for flee years in Reform
    Jewish Temples in Rochester and
    Bayonne, New Jersey. He perform-
    ed leading roles in nine major op-
    eras in the Eastman Theater of
    Rochester and several major ora-
    torios there as well as in Geneva,
    Syracuse, Buffalo, Cleveland, Chi-
    cago and Detroit.

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    ALCAZAR COCKTAIL LOUhGl
    500 Biscayne Boulevard
    Miami, Florida
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    Castor Levi
    KnefJMh Israel Party
    Slate Chanuka Fete
    Students of the Kneseth Israel
    Congregation Religious School will
    participate in a Sunday morning
    Chanuka festival sponsored by the
    Siaterhood at 10 a.m. Festivities
    will be directed by Joshua Stadlan j
    and Mrs. Elaine Rachof, of the!
    Kneseth Israel faculty.
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    and Installation
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    ENGINEERS
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    Telophene 4-M2S
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    SERVICE STATION
    (Formerly at 27th I Trail)
    BA WITH ROO0 fKllNDlY SERVFCI,
    TMfS oad LUBRICATION
    BJ
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    PRONE 41 9363
    Srrip rrvsitiint
    iietm UUt from
    tlvn-Hurhtn
    NEW YORKIrving Jaffe. pre$l
    dentot Scrip To Israel, Inc.. re-
    ee*>1ry-4eured Israel investigating
    the facilities of Scrip. While there,
    he was invited to attend the Eco-
    nomic Conference called by the
    Government of Israel for top Amer-
    ican Jewish business and organiza-
    tion leaders at the King David Ho-
    tel in Jerusalem.
    Jaffe. in addition to being presi-
    dent of Scrip To Israel, Inc., hi a
    well-known Jewish community
    leader in Long Island, active in the
    UJA. Israel Bond Drive and Jew-
    ish Federation.
    While in Jerusalem. Jaffe re-
    ceived a gift of a Bible from Prime
    Minister David Ben-Gurion "for the
    many contributions be has made
    and continues to make to the peo-
    ple and State of Israel."
    Scrip To Israel. Inc.. is located at
    250 West 57th Street, New York 19,
    New York. Local agent is the Mi-
    ami Beach-Israel Zionist District.
    EGETABLES
    ITAMINS
    ICTORY
    KLEFEKER
    PRODUCE CO.
    till H.W. 21*t St. Ph. 3-1718
    GREETINGS
    American Pharmacy. I*m-
    744 N. E. 2nd Ato. Ph.3-4665
    Marshall's Drag Store
    653 M. W. 62nd St Ph.7-1202
    Mariqn Drug Store
    1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621
    Rockmoor Pharmacy
    5901 N. E. 2nd A**. Ph. 7-2011
    Red Bird Pharmacy
    5725 Bird Road
    Sl-tod nf. .
    "'- r......**>'
    eembor 2nd, 7-30 \
    Broadmoor Hotel. "I
    Host of the affa -
    " Morrf, m *l
    sir *-<
    Isaac Ever, spirihlal *>\
    several musical numbe* i
    A card party W|J J
    eluding feature of the r JJ
    fair.
    Shant < hupJ
    InslttllH Oil
    Sharet Chapter. B'mjl
    Young Women, instalW j
    elected officers Sunday |'
    Aladdin Room of the
    tel.
    Receiving the gavel for J
    of president was Mi fyd
    bard. First \ ice president3
    of fund raising is Miss <
    berman. Second vice prn
    charRe nf membership is |
    othy Bai.
    Other officers are the L
    Mignon Ben-on, rewrda||
    tary; Elaine Frank, com
    secretary: Cuna Cohen, i
    Merle Schwartz, partial
    Renee Pearl. .-argent at u
    da Botwin. Arlene Isfcl
    Pauline Glantz, Board i
    and Loraine Kahlenberg.!
    Talk on Refugees]
    First meeting of the
    group of the Israeli Groa}<
    dassah will he held at ti1
    of Mrs. Lewis M Escort,
    Rivo Alto Drive, on Fhday.l
    ber 4th. Guest speaker i
    Miss Marguerite Man
    president of the Business!
    fessional Group of
    will discuss the Arab i
    tern.
    Tamara Chapter]
    Tamara Chapter, Mtzndi^
    en, will hold a Chanuka i
    Saturday evening, i
    p.m., at the Blackstone i
    raeli folk and square i
    be featured under the i
    Shirlee Berlin, of Shirt's htf
    Square Dance School
    merits will be served by Dal
    lyn Wolff, assisted by Hnl
    Levitt.
    Temple Sinai Assea
    A Chanuka assembly nij
    for children of the TeajM
    Religious School, Holly*0*]
    be held on Sunday
    a.m., under the directioaj
    Leonard Saver and R
    Chanuka gifts will be
    by the Sisterhood.
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    Uy, DECEMBER 4. 1953
    *Jewlsprk>ri(Unr.
    PAGE 9C
    : THE FESTIVAL OP EIGHTS AND LIBERTY
    :onlinoed from Pabe 2C
    Le it meant bettering their
    kmic status. Trade and com-
    |al activity were booming in
    By accepting Hellenistic cul-
    Ifome of the upper class Jews
    ,now able to enjoy the rich
    \\ the world, although it was
    expense of their ancient He-
    heritage.
    ong the Jews, there came in-
    ng a Jewish.aristocracy which
    in with the Hellenistic ide-
    This new party was the
    through which the Syrian
    hoped to convert Palestine
    center of Hellenism,
    en Antiochus Epiphanes be-
    Jruler of Syria, he was deter-
    to crush Judaism in order
    kc Hellenism the prime cul-
    Df Palestine. A self-opinion-
    | strong-minded person, Anti-
    would not listen to reason.
    ks determined to have his way
    If it meant war. Because na-
    cultures in those days were
    up with religion, Antiochus
    onvinced that the Greek gods
    [become the gods of all the
    |s under his dominion. This
    that Palestine must reject
    pod of Israel and adopt the
    national gods of Greece,
    of the peoples of Asia ac-
    the edict of Antiochus, ex-
    ^he Jews. They were as de-
    Hed as the Syrian ruler. An-
    ' then dispatched an army
    pestine with the task of up-
    every Jewish religious
    pe and destroying the ancient
    of the Jews.
    Holy Temple in Jerusalem
    [inverted into a Greek pagan
    Edicts were posted noti-
    the Jews that all persons
    ed for abiding by the laws
    ses would suffer the penalty
    )th. Hundreds of Jews accept-
    (rtyrdiim rather than forsake
    tith of their fathers. These
    |the first sacrifices in history
    ideals of religious freedom
    reedom of conscience.
    Revolt at Modiin
    fiirst the Jews were passive
    accepted theif fate. It was
    Ithias of Modiin and his five
    |who sounded the call to re-
    A priest in the Temple at
    k. .1 m. Mattathias refused to
    the edicts of Antiochus to
    hip Greek gods in the Holy
    tic, and so he retired to the
    homestead in the village of
    |n. north of Jerusalem. The
    there of officials sent to in-
    ce the new worship aroused
    lo revolt.
    | and his five sons attacked the
    [Greek garrison, destroyed the
    altar and opened the revolt
    \t>t Hellenistic domination. At
    the Jews suffered severely
    Igh their refusal, on religious
    grounds, to defend themselves on
    the Sabbath. Mattathias, however,
    relieved them of this self-imposed
    prohibition. The Jews fought a
    guerilla war, destroying wherever
    they could, all evidence of the new
    heathenism. When old Mattathias
    died at the age of 82, his third
    son, Judah, took over the general-
    ship with his brother, Simon, as
    chief adviser.
    Somehow, the several Greek gen-
    erals sent by Antiochus could not
    cope with the clever and heroic
    Judah and his brothers, and the
    Greeks were losing ground contin-
    uously. Even before the Greek in-
    vaders were completely driven
    from Palestine, Judah led his vic-
    torious army to Jerusalem where
    he revived the Temple service,
    which had been halted for three
    successive years.
    On the 25th day of the Jewish
    month of Kislev the altar was re-
    dedicated and the great Menorah
    was kindled. The oil on hand for
    the big lamp was said to be enough
    only for one day. However, it last-
    ed for eight days. A festival com-
    memorating the dedication of
    the Temple was proclaimed by
    Judah. and the annual observance
    was to last eight days. The name
    of the festival Chanuka in Hebrew
    means rededication. The holiday
    is also known as Chag Ha'Orim,
    the Festival of Lights.
    The war against the Hellenists
    continued. Judah became known
    as Maccabee, a word made up of
    the Hebrew initials of Ml Kamocha
    Ba'eilim Adonoy,',-?- "wfiols Like
    Thee Among*thetatlghty* D Lord."
    A\\' .
    When Judah died in battle, his
    brothers Jonathan and Simon took
    over the leadership. Another
    brother, Eliezer, had been killed
    previously.
    Freedom Achieved
    The Syrian Greeks realized that
    they were fighting a hopeless war
    and finally withdrew from Pales-
    tine. For the first time, since Ju-
    dea was conquered by the Baby-
    lonians, several centuries before,
    Palestine''was now once, again a
    free and independent state. It is
    true that this freedom lasted for
    less than 100 years because the
    tentacles of Rome were reaching
    out and finally crusnea little Ju-
    dea in the year 70.
    Yet, it was the inspiration of the
    Maccabees which gave the Jews
    the hope and spiritual strength for
    centuries to come. The victory of
    the Maccabees always remained in
    the minds of Jews so that through
    the countless centuries of exiles
    and persecutions they retained the
    sentiment for a national rebirth
    the climax of which was the re-
    creation of the State of Israel in
    our own day.
    Through the ages, Chanuka rep-
    resented the survival of Jewish cul-
    ture and the continuance of the
    Hebraic tradition. It has remained
    as the symbol of Jewish loyalty
    and devotion to God and the Torah.
    Today, Chanuka continues to
    give meaning to Jewish living. Its
    achievements of religious liberty
    have kept alive the Jewish hope
    that God will not forsake His peo-
    ple and that right will always tru-
    umph over might.
    .
    dh-
    A group of chUdren regards the menorah, symbol of a time
    when the enemies of Israel were defeated and dispersed by
    an army led by Judah Maccabee. as they learned in the
    ancient story of Chanuka.
    TO ALL A MOST
    HAPPY HOLIDAY
    i
    *
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    Phone 9-8411
    [43 N. W. 12th Avenue
    TO ALL GREETINGS
    RUSSELL HOUSE MOVERS
    BONDEDINSURED
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    * PHONE 7-4978
    N.W. 1st AVE. MIAML FLORIDA
    Lives*? Window
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    WINDOW FRAMES
    3044 S. W. 28th Lone
    PHONE 4-2503
    TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
    AND PATRONS
    GREETINGS
    PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
    221 E. Flagler Street
    PHONE 9-2291
    SEASON'S BEST WISHES
    GEORGE J. BERTMAN
    Realtor
    420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
    TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
    Hide & Seek Children's Shop
    THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF DISTINCTION
    GIFTS APPAREL
    TOTS TO TEENS
    506 Biltmore War Coral Gables Phone 48-5929
    GREETINGS
    MILONE
    PLASTERING COMPANY
    7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue
    PHONE 84-7041
    <
    TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
    To Jewry Everywhere
    *
    "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
    And Associates
    BISCAYNE FRONTON
    m
    TO ALL^ ., GREETINGS
    LAWRENCE LUMBER CO.
    F. H. A. FINANCING
    Miami 1. Florida
    667 N.W. 14th Street
    PHONE 3-3663
    TO ALL CHANUKAH GREETINGS
    J. Houston Gribble
    North Miami Tax Assessor
    TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
    Fidelity Construction Corporation I
    GENERAL CONTRACTORS
    Ph. 78-2516 '
    460 N.W. 79th Street
    CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL
    HI ALE AH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
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    (Member of F.D.I.C,)
    101 MALEAH DRIVE
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    Phone 3-5351
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    +Jfilst) Horkfrin
    FMDAY. Meg^n]
    Field* KiinHmii Kovers
    AUTO SEAT COVERS TOPS. ETC.
    PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
    2341 N. Miami Arenue
    Phone 3-2389
    GREETINGS TO ALL
    Cooper Motor Sales, Inc.
    YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER
    1S07 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES
    PHONE 48-1704
    THE KEYS ARE WAITING!
    DRIVE OUR SPECIAL 'ROCKET- SHOW CAR TODAY!
    \orlli*iiV Onter
    Slates Festival
    Tifereth I-rael Religious School
    will celebrate Chanuka on Sunday. 'I
    December 6h. from 10 am. to 12 l|
    noon, in the Social Hall of the Cen- [
    ter.
    P^ntertainment will be provided
    by children of the daily and Sun-
    day School The kindergarten class ,
    will present a dreidel skit, with
    the oldest class presenting a Drag-
    net skit
    Kindling of Chanuka candles and
    ong and games will be included in
    the program Mrv Ann Harris
    chairman of the PTA. and Mrs.!]
    Adele Zuckerman. chairman of the
    Eduational Committee, will serve
    refreshments to children and par-
    eati
    Rabbi Louis A Cassel. spiritual
    leader, will conduct special Cha-
    nuka prayers.
    m
    TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
    GENERAL CONTRACTORS
    2875 North Lejeune Road Miami
    PHONE 64-9761
    Rabbi Rackovsky Speaks
    Rabbi Boris Rackovsky. of Con
    gregation Monticello Park will ad!
    dress the Adult Institute for Jew-
    ish Studies on Wednesday. Decent-'
    ber 9th. 9 p m.. at the Beth David
    school building. 2625 SW 3rd Av-,
    enue. Rabbi Rackovsky will discuss
    Torah And Knowledge in the series
    on What We Jews Believe. Classes'
    in Hebrew. Yiddish and Jewish life
    continue at the Adult Institute
    every Wednesday at 7.30 p.m.
    Casablanca Players deft to right) Alan Keyes Evelyn Km
    and husband Karl RedcotJ rehearse a scene bom The Guafc
    man. a love intrigue by Ferenc Molnar which opened a
    Casablanca Hotel's Club Morocco on Tuesday.
    C ALL GREETINGS!!
    JANES REALTY COMPANY
    Not Incorporated
    KENDALL FLORIDA Phone 67-3651
    HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA Phone 1303
    POMPANO BEACH Phone 9815
    A. W. JANES. Registered Broker
    A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
    Deering Awning and Furniture Co.
    Serving Greater Miami Coral Gables Miami Beach
    Beach, Lawn and Porch Furniture
    COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE
    4000 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
    (Comer Bird Road:
    Phone 83-7600
    Choral Group to Sing
    At Holiday Program
    On Sunday morning. December
    6th. students of Beth David Sunday
    School will observe the Chanuka I
    festival.
    Highlight of the program will
    feature a candlelighting ceremony.
    by the Sunday School dramatic
    group, under the direction of Miss
    Sylvia Milgram. and the choral
    group, under the direction of Mrs.
    Jack Donnerstag Students will ex \
    change Chanuka gifts, and refresh-1
    ments will be served by the PTA.;
    Tuesday afternoon. December
    8th. at 4 pm students of the He-
    brew School will observe the Cha
    nuka festival. The program, under
    the direction of Jerome Gordon,
    director, will include the lighting
    of candles, exchange of gifts, songs
    and the traditional dreidel game.
    Latkes will be served by members j
    of the PTA.
    Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
    139 South Miami Avenue
    PHONE 2-5194
    Rabbi Shapiro is Speaker
    A dinner will be presented by
    Pioneer Women. Club No. 1. in the
    Hungarian Kosher Restaurant. 731
    Washington Avenue, on Sundav
    evening. December 13th. at 6 p.m .
    according to Phillip Weiss, chair-
    man. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
    guest speaker, according to Mrs.
    Sophie Krantz. president. Proceeds
    are for the Child Building Fund in
    Israel.
    PETER'S DRIVE-UNDER
    SPECIALIZE I\ RIBS A.\D CHICKEN
    3799 N.W. 3*th Street. Miami. Florida Pkooa (4-93K
    He*t Wishes
    trom
    Dairy Queen Stores
    Rabbi Okalica Speaks
    Rabbi Henry Okalica. spiritual |
    leader of the North Dade Jewish >
    Center, will be guest speaker dur '
    ing the Jewish Family Program.
    Friday evening, 6 30 p.m.. over I
    station WMIE
    Seefried to Appear
    With UM Orchestra
    In Mozart, Strauss
    Mme Irmgard Seefried. leading
    soprano at the Vienna Opera, will
    be guest artist with the University
    of Miami Sym-
    phony Orchestra
    under the -baton
    >f John Bitter on
    Sunday and Mon-
    lay evenings. De-
    ember 13th and
    14th. at the Mi-
    / lmi Beach and
    m Dade County
    mm*, ii in lit Auditoriums.
    Mme Seefried may well expect
    capacity audiences to witness ber
    performances, since the attendance
    for the first two pair of concerts
    this season included some 9.400
    persons, according to Mrs. Marie
    Volpe. I'M orchestra manager.
    The response to the last concert,
    with works by Barber. Bach. Mo-
    zart and Ravel, was most gratify-
    ing. Mrs. Volpe said "The policy
    of the University of Miami Sym
    phony is to endeavor to bring to
    this area, as it has for the past 27
    years, the very highest there is in
    the art of music, to try to satisfy
    and please the musician and the
    layman and to give enjoyment to
    young and old."
    The artist for the third pair of
    concerts. Mme Seefried. is herald
    ed as one of the most distinguished
    European singers. She made her
    debut with the Metropolitan Opera
    Association in New York on No-
    vember 20th Her program here
    will include two Mozart arias and
    a group of songs by Richard
    Strauss.
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    Wednesday noon at the AlS*'"I
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    medical center ch-.:r:r.an.
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    ^v DECEMBER 4. 1953
    ZJ^IsiJkridUan
    PAGE 11C
    LEGAL WOTICE
    I.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    :E UNDER FICTITIOUS
    L-f is Hereby given that
    ..signed, desiring to engage In
    under the fictitious name of
    \ilHH OF MIAMI, at 8240
    .,-, Avenue, Miami. Florida
    i. i register said name with
    Irk"f life Circuit Court of Dade
    F.jAYTlMia OP MIAMI. Inc.
    Florida Corporation
    i]t|> S. MANDLER
    ,. for corporation
    '_ 12/i-ll _______
    ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    |i(-E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    li,, Miuu'd. desiring to hik.iki' in
    h under the fictitious name of
    HE INN, at 421-8 B.W. 8th
    lUlamL Intends to register said
    .'th II"- Clerk of the Circuit
    f Dade County, Florida.
    " LILLIAN1 KELLEY
    Pole Owner
    EL RAND
    tv f,,r I iwner
    Emilia Bid*.
    IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    No. 2*365-A
    RE: ESTATE OF
    SOFIE DIENKR, bIbo known a*
    SOFIA DIENER, Deeeused
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NOTICE la hereby Riven that I have
    filed my final report und petition for
    Final Diacharge as Executor of the
    estate of SOFTE DIENER, also known
    a* SOFIA DIENER, deceaaaed; and
    that on the 4th day of January. IKM,
    I will apply,to Hi,- Honorable \v. i'
    BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
    County, Florida, for approval "f said
    final ri'pr.rl and for final discharge
    as Executor of the Eatate of SOFIE
    DIENER, also known as SOFIA
    DIENER deceased.
    This 27th day of November, !9T,3.
    /b/' ABRAHAM DIENER
    Abraham plem-r, as Executor
    of the Estate of
    SOFIE DIENER, a/k/a
    SOFIA DIENER, Deceased.
    MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN
    Attorneys for Executor
    12/4-11-1K-25
    LEGAL NOTICE
    ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    IK IS HEKBHY GIVEN that
    n signed, desiring to engage In
    under the fictitious name of
    cam: printing company
    orporated), at 817 K.W. 18th
    Miami, Intends to register
    line with the Clerk of the (li-
    ku i nf Dade County, Florida.
    ARTHUR J- STERN
    Sole Owner
    (L HAM'
    for Owner
    ,n|,ia Bldg.
    7 lt/t
    ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    ,-K is IIKREUY GIVEN that
    i signed, desiring to engage In
    ha fictitious name of
    WAY KOSHER MEAT MAR-
    I'KNNWAY GROCERY AND
    HENNWAY F'lll'IT AND
    Mil.i: MARKET, I'ENNWAY
    I'V at Ml" Pennsylvania Ave.,
    I .'.,, h Intend to register said
    vilh the clerk of the Circuit
    (,f Dade County, Florida.
    H:\Nli.MAN and GOTTKSMAN
    I'm il'I'.ItSMITH
    I y for Applicants
    . ..In Road
    - 1-V4
    riCE UNOER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    Ili'K IS I1ERF:HY GIVEN that
    Heraigned, desiring to engage In
    .- iinil.r the fictitious name of
    liH.....I.E. at 17S N.E. 79th
    ti uds in register said name
    clerk of the Circuit Court
    rl. County, Florida.
    IRVING MELL
    !N ROTH
    i i Applicant
    27th Ava.
    l-l >-::.
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FQR TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
    File A-1S212
    - NOTICE IS IIKKKBY GIVEN thai
    HEN BOSKIN, holder of County Tax
    Kale Certificate No. 64r>7 Issued the
    28th day of May. AD. 151, has filed
    same in my office, and has made ap-
    plication for a tax deed to he Issued
    tlici,on. Said Certificate emliraces
    the following descrihed properly In
    the County of Dade, State of Florida,
    to-wit:
    I.ots 23 & 24, Block 8, Dade Villa.
    Pint Book 20, Page 70. containing
    .12 Acres more or less, in the
    County of Made. State of F'lorlda.
    The Assessment of said property
    under the said certificate was in the
    name of: HE1.MA .1. ANDERSON,
    Unless said certificate shall be re-
    deemed according to law, the property
    descrihed herein will he sold to the
    highest bidder at the Court House
    door on the first Mondaj in the month
    of January, 1954. which Is the 4th day
    of January, I MM.
    Dated this 1st day of December.
    IKS.
    E. H. LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk of circuit Court,
    Hade Coimiv. Florida
    B] N c BTERRETT.
    Circuit Court Seal Deputy Clerk
    II III -18-tt
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
    IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1I12BC
    ELLSWORTH SANFOKI) ALLKN,
    Plaintiff
    VB.
    NONA ALLEN, Defendant.
    _^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: NONA ALLEN
    c/o Paul Laurrel!
    712 lianllton Avenue, Apt. #4
    Farrell, Pennsylvania
    You are hereby notified that a Com-
    plaint for Dlvune has been filed
    against you and you are required to
    sei va a copy or your answer to the
    an.....n Plaintiff's attorney:
    HENRY M. CAIN
    -'".is West Fiaglar Street
    Miami. Florida
    and file the original thereof with the
    clerk "f the above named court on or
    bef..... the 2tth daj "f December, IHS,
    otherwise a Decree i.....tonfaaao will
    be entered againsl vou.
    hated this IHIIi day of November,
    1913.
    E. It. LEATHERMAN.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    ISY: WM W STOCKING,
    Deputy Clerk
    HENRY M. CAIN
    Attorney lor Plaintiff
    1518 West Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida
    11/27 12/4-11-18
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    A-l DRIV'EAWAY SERVICF1. at 708
    Commonwealth Bldg., Miami, Intends
    to register said name with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida.
    NEDRIK, INC.
    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
    THE BRIDE'S SHOP, at 171 Bis-
    cayne Itniileva rd, Miami, FTa.. Intends
    to register sa nl name with the Clerk
    of the circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida,
    MRS W II. RB1MANN, Sole Owner
    GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
    Attorneys for Registrant
    :i'J Iteacom Boulevard, Miami, Fla.
    11/27 12/4-11-18
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring ta engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    27th AVE. GOLF RANGE, at 8311)
    N W. 27th Ave.. Miami, Intends to
    reg.ater said nSme with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida.
    .,,.. E- J- BEILMAN
    KKSSI.F.R & GARS
    Attorneys for Applicant
    its.' w. Flagler st.
    11/20-27 12/4-11
    ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    fn H IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    -igned, desiring to engage in
    inder the fictitious name of
    ixu o wf:st a v f: n r E
    with the Clerk, of
    of Dade County,
    ra^iwi
    name
    iilt Court
    KBE ROSNEB
    SIMPSON .1. R(^senbf;rg
    .: R a SPIELER
    f..i Applicants
    r Building, Miami, F'lorida
    l-D-25
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334
    Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ,
    also known as SOPHIE MEYERSON,
    also known as SOPHIE MEYRISON,
    Deceased.
    CITATION
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    To AURAM MF:Y1:RG(iSS, and to bis
    wife, his children and grandchildren.
    whose names and residences are Un-
    known; to JOSEPH QENSTEIN,
    whose residence Is unknown: to the
    children and grandirrT1.ilen of CF.L1F.
    GENSTEIN. Deceased, whose names
    and resiliences ai-e Jijikii'fwnlseo tha
    widow of JACOgnMSSfERaOSg, De-
    ceased, and to the cOMrlreii and grand
    children of JACOB MEYERGOSS. De
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164312
    HAROLD SHAPIRO. Plaintiff.
    vs.
    ESTELLE SHAPIRO. Defendant
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO; ESTELLE SHAPIRO
    c/o Isidor Vernick
    717 S. Westlake
    \a>h Angeles. 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.
    RESNICK, 235 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, IBS*.
    If vou fall to do so, Judgment by de-
    fault 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 al Miami.
    Florida, this P.Uh day of November,
    A.D. 1953. i.F.ATMKRMAN.
    Clerk, circuit Court.
    Dade County. Florida.
    By M. C. GREJBN,
    (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
    EDWARD S RESNICK, ESQ.
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
    11/27 12/4-11-18
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    THE SERVICE CLINIC, at vj Beacom
    Boulevard, Miami, Florida, Intends
    to register said name with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Curt of Dade County,
    F'lorlda.
    JULIA GOLDMAN, Sole Owner
    11/27 12/4-11-18
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    NELSON'S, at (655 S.W. Mh St., Mi-
    ami, intend to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, F'lorlda.
    ALBERT GOLDNER
    SADELLE GOLDNER
    VICTOR LEV INK
    Attorney for Applicants
    146 Beybold wdg.
    11/20-27 12/4-11
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    VIXSI SUPER STATION, al 12300
    Riscayne Blvd., Miami, Intends to
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida.
    VICTORIA UNOER
    11/27 12/1-11-18
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    SUNDRIMAT8, al l1 W. Flagler St..
    Miami. Intend to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    of Dade County. F'lorlda.
    RAY BERRIN
    WALTER KAYE
    11/20-27 12/4-11
    d, ahose
    are unkiuiwn;
    WRYBRCMiHM.
    children and
    MHYEltiliWS.
    >TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    I B IS HEREBY G1VICN that
    (. gned, desiring to engage in
    lei the fictitious name of
    BEACH FOREIGN CAR
    : at 19. W. 41st St.. Miami
    tendi lo register said name
    |h< Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    1 i Linty, 1 lorlda.
    CORONET MOTORS. Inc.,
    II Florida Corporation
    :' i HE R NEI.Si iN
    I" for Applicant
    Bii-57 li I
    9TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    : is HEREBY GIVEN that
    isigned, desiring to ciigug
    under the fictitious mime of
    TRANSPORT SERVICE, at
    ixel Avenue, Miami Beach,
    . Intends to register said name
    I". Clerk f the Circuit Court
    Idi County, F'lorlda.
    IARRY llol.TZMAN, Sole Owner
    MUi & MUROFF
    leys for Harry Holtxman
    1-18-25
    names and residences
    to the widow of F.LI
    |iK>*ased. and to lav
    grandchildren of ELI
    1.....eased, whose
    and residences are unknown,
    and to all parties known and *m-
    known, claiming by. through or under
    any of the above parties, and to all
    persons whomsoever claiming any In-
    terest In and to the estate of the
    above named decedent, as provided in
    Paragraph Ninth, (a), (bL (O and
    (d). of her l.ast Will and Testament.
    and to all of the unknown heirs, de-
    vise, s and legatees claiming, or en-
    titled to claim, under said portions of
    tiia Last Will and Testament of the
    above named decedent, and to all
    oili.r persons concerned: .....
    YOU ARE HEREIH NollllKP
    thai a Petition has been filed praying
    (or a determination of the beneflcl-
    :,,.- ,,f the al-ivc named decedent
    mil for a determination as to whethei
    , not the above named panic are
    dead and have been absent for "<^en
    yaari Of more f""" ""' l'1"'" "! 1
    last domoclle, and you are furtMl
    notified that on the ,thday of Janu-
    ary, i.->4, at 11:1.....-lock. AM., tea-
    tlmon> ili la- taken before the HON-
    ORABLE W. F. BLANTON. County
    TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    'IB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    derslgned, desiring to engage in
    ss under the fictitious name of
    STIC BROKERAGE CO., at
    *.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla.. In-
    to register said name with the
    . of the Circuit Court of Dade
    |t>. F'lorlda.
    LOUIS LEVINSON
    HAROLD LEVINSON
    1-1S-2S
    In Judge, concerning the aliened absence
    " of the above named part es who are
    supposed and believed to be dead and
    ,hi circumstances and ifurathin there-
    of, and you lire hereby requiredIt
    file your written defenses to snm
    Petition within forty 140) <>""'"
    the first publication hereof bhoul.l
    you fall therein. Decree I I be enter-
    ed In due course upon said Petl Ion
    W1TNF:ss my hand and seal or
    said Court at Miami. Made County,
    Florida? this 27th day of November.
    " F. BLANTON
    JTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    rriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    iderslgned, desiring to engage In
    - under the fictitious name of
    'SA FURNITURE, at 1115 N.
    . i Ave., Miami, Intend to register
    laanie with the Clerk of the Clr-
    |Court of Dade County, Florida.
    JACK MALAGA
    MAX PLOTKIN
    11-18-tJ
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. N CHANCERY, No. 1M353
    MAYUELLE L GRAHAM. Plaintiff,
    TllnMAS PATRICK GRAHAM.
    Defendant
    j SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: THOMAS PATJfJ.UK GRAHAAI
    ll*l-21 111th Avenue
    I S, Osone Park. I..I:. Ne York
    You are hereby notified that a I.ill
    of Complaint for Divorce has Wen
    filed against you. and you are requir-
    ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
    Pleading to the Bill of Complain on
    the plaintiffs Attorneys, KE88LER
    Ai GARS. 17S2 W. Flagler Street. Mi-
    ami. F'lorlda. and file the original
    Answer or Pleading in the office of
    tl. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
    before the Mth day of December. 1HI.
    If vou fail to do so. Judgment In de-
    fault will be taken against VOU for
    the relief demanded in the Bill of
    Complaint. .,, .__.
    This notice shall be published, on e
    each week for four consectlve_tireeki
    In THE JEWISH l-l.' HtlKlA.V. .
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 23rd day ot Number,
    A. D. Ii3-K B LEAq.HERMAN,
    Clerk, Circuit Court.
    Dade Count v, F'lorida.
    By I. SNBEDEN, ,
    (Circuit Court Seal) Depot* t lerk
    11 jt It/4-11-18 IBJ_______
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    LITTLE JOE'S, at 1006 N.W. 2nd
    Ave., Miami, intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County, Florida.
    PURCELL LIVINGSTON
    KESSI.ER .* GARS
    Attornevs for Applicant
    1782 W. Flagler St.
    11/27 12/4-11-18
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 164091D
    FRANCES 1UNTZE, Plaintiff
    VS. m
    MILTON A. IIINT/E. Defendant
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: Milton A. Hintze
    1st Air Force Reserve Unit
    Mitchell F'ield, L.I., NY.
    You, Milton A. Hintze, are hereby
    notified that a Bill of Complaint for
    Divorce has been filed afainst vou.
    and vou are required to serve a copy
    of voiir Answer or Pleading to the
    Bill" of Complaint on the plaintiffs
    Attorn.vs. KOVNER A MANNH ELM-
    ER. 42ii Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
    Florida, and file the original Answer
    or Pleading ill the office of the Clerk
    Of the Circuit Court on or before the
    jlsi day of December. 1958. If jrou
    fail to do so, judgment by default
    will be taken againsl you for tin ri
    lief demanded in the Bill of I om-
    plalnt. .... .
    This notice shall be published one-
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
    Florida, this 1MB day of November.
    A.D. l58. B LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk, Circuit Court,
    Dade County, F'lorlda
    By R H. RICE, JR.. ,
    (Circuit Court Cealt Denuty Clerk
    KOVNER \- MANNHEIMER
    Attornevs for Plaintiff
    42" Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
    ll 20-87 ll -ll
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
    CHANCERY. No. 164237
    ANNETTE BLAU. Plaintiff,
    vs.
    AK.MIN BLAU. Defendant
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: ARMIN BLAU
    c/o F'irst Hungarian Literary
    Society
    M8 East 7lo.li Street
    New York. New York.
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
    has been filed against you in the
    above entitled cause and you are
    hereby required to serve a copy of
    raur Answei to the Bill of Complaint
    on the plaintiffs attorneys, and file
    the original In the office of the clerk
    of the Circuit Court on or before the
    2lst of December, A.D. 1868, other-
    u,e a Decree Pro Confesso will be
    ent.ied against you.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive Weeki
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    Dated. November 17, lH-i-J. .. ..
    E. II LEATHERMAN.
    By WM. W. STOCKING,
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Deputy Clerk
    Jerome 0. Greene for
    BOTTS & GREENE
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    "41 Bhoreland Bkig., Miami ?,2, Florida
    li 80-81 18 l-ll
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW ......
    NOTICF, IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious, name of
    DADE DR1VEAWAY SERVK E. at
    70S Dade Commonwealth Hldg., Mi-
    ami, Intends to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    of Dade County, norida.^ ]NC
    11/20-27 12/4-11 ^^^_^
    In
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA.. IN PROBATE.
    No. 31366-A
    Re: ESTATF: OF
    SADIE SCIILUSSLER. Deceased
    To ah Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claim- or Demands Against
    Said Estate. ,
    y,,u. and each of you, are hereby
    notified and required to present any
    claims and demands winch you. or
    either of yon. may have against the
    estate of SADIE SCHLLRSLER, de-
    SSied tate ol Bade County, Florida,
    ,.'Hon. w F BLANTON. County
    ludae of Dade County, and
    same in his office in the
    Courthouse in Dade ( ounty,
    within eight calendar
    the dale of the first
    ,,f Said claims or
    tain the lend addrel
    and to be sworn t
    aforesall. Or sam
    Date
    i.i
    f the
    file the
    County
    Florida,
    months from
    Publication here-
    Jemands to con-
    ss of the claimant
    and presented aa
    will be bai
    Movember 17th. A.D. 153.
    JOSEPHINE BCHL1 -I.I.P..
    As Administratrix
    B/ S' F bVa'n'to'S. County Judge
    IEORGK CHERTKOF
    georc.f:
    607-11 Olympla Uulldlng
    Miami, Florida
    Executor for above estate
    12/4-11-18-86 ^^^
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    l> NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the flctmouH name of
    HECTORS BAR GR'I.U at '
    NK lat Ave., Miami, Intend to reg-
    |.ier fd name with the Clerk ofthe
    Circuit Court of Dade tount>. Flor
    ld"-' WINIFRF^D POKHLMAN
    RALPH ST. JOHN
    KKSSLER & GARS
    Attorneys for Applicants
    I7K2 W. F'lagler St.
    11/27 12/4-11-18
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    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the M''"1".0,!
    CORAL OABLESS /OREIOH CAR
    SALE8, at Coral Cables, Fla. in-
    tends to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, "gjg^p,. MOTORS. Inc.
    THEODORE R. NELSON
    Attorney for Applicant
    11/20-27 12/4-11
    N.W.
    Fn THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    Eiiri FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
    JAMlcVf D. ARIAIU nef,''"^a,nJ;lll
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: JAMFlK D. ARIAIL
    S Richards Street.
    Atlanta. Georgia
    YOt' JAMES D. ARIAIL. are here-
    hv notified that HI" Of Complaint
    ?,r Dlv'rce has been filed against
    you and vou are hereby required to
    s rv,. a ropy of your answer or plead-
    ri^to'-ai'd'HiHof CtomoWnt on the
    Plaintiffs attorney. ROHF.RT I*
    in ikimrfrc. of 7in Beybold Buiid-
    KpMhfml"& Florida, and file the
    orttlnal >;m*?% '"'
    office of the /'lerk of the t 1' ''
    Court In and for Dade Co. nt>. Flor-
    ida on or before the luth day or
    December, 1H1 if >""" ''" I0,'"'-
    , J. Vent by default will be taken
    aailnat you for the relief demanded
    In the Bill of Complaint.
    DATED a" Miami, Dade County.
    Florida, this 10th day of November,
    195S- E. B. LEATHERMAN.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Sv WM. W STOCKING
    Deputy Clerk
    11/13-20-27 l/
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
    IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 164116
    RAYMOND WRIGHT, Plaintiff
    WILLIS M. Qt'INN. deceased.
    KT AL. Defendants
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    Tu Ml the heirs, devisees, legatees,
    grantees, or creditors or other
    persons claiming by. through or
    under WILLIS M. QL'INN. de-
    ceased, all of whom are not
    known to be dead or alive; and
    anv and all other persons having
    or' claiming any right, title, or
    Interest In and to the lands des-
    cribed as: ,
    Lots 13 and 14, of Block 1.
    TAMIAMI TRAIL PARK, ac-
    cording to the Plat thereof,
    recorded to Flat Book U.
    Huge 73, of the Public Rec-
    ords of Dade County. Flor-
    ida:
    the residence of all said persons
    being unknown. ...
    Tou. and each of yew. ar"hereby
    notified that a bill to quiet title has
    been filed against you and you are
    requlredTo > ctfV k MArTiV
    wer or pleading to H- K ,M,*1'A'
    544 Seybold BuSdlng. Miami, Florida,
    and file the orlglnaTanswer or plead-
    ing In the office of the Clerk of the
    above court on or before thei Slst (U>
    of Deoember. 1953, or default will be
    enMXinVh,V Ji2V9mber-
    A.D., ,953. at M.aml^lorld.^^
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    ,Seal> By M. C. Green.
    Deputy Clerk
    1I/20-J7 12/4-11
    SADIE 8CHLU88LER.
    Deci ased.
    KOVNER MANNHEIMER
    Attomeyi for ^dmlnlatratrix
    ll 20-27 I- I-" ^_^^
    IN
    ,. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IE: ESTATE Of
    ,..^HN.J*ceaadAKii
    mnTI.E'o. INTENTION TO I
    N APPLICATION FOR FINA
    DISCHARGE
    HOTICB Is hereto given <""**
    taV tiled our final report I 1 <
    lion for F'inal Discharge a;
    ton of the estate of
    KAHN, deceased; and
    2Sth day of December.
    ALBERT L,
    that on the
    ItBt, we will
    k^VH\RV MYERS, HFIIMAN ft KAPLAN
    Jfttorntya for Co-executors
    11/20-27' 12/4-U_____________------,
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    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HF7REBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    fictitious nan* Of
    Wf} at 7926 N.t.
    , Florida. Intends
    business under the
    RAYS COFI-K.i: SHOP
    2nd Avenue. Miami. Fl
    to reslster said name with the ( erg
    ,,f the Circuit Court of Dade CounU.
    Kl""lll, RAYJACKS, INC..
    a Florida corporation
    By: RAY SHIELDS^
    A^tjJACOB WATERMAN
    STANLEY JOEL LEVINE. ESQ
    Attorney for Raylacks, Inc., d/b/a
    Ray's Coffee Shop
    11/20-27 12/-U
    .h nderslened. desiring to engage In
    Florida. DAVID S. GOLDFINE
    11/20-27 12'4-U
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