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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 27Number 50
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Jordan May
teject Bid
for Parley
tUSALEM- (JTA)The Gov-
nment of Jordan, apparently
Dhlrned by the Security Coun-
t's ilure to insist on steps to
about settlement of the Pal-
situation, was reported this
to be considering the Idea of
(ting the Israeli demand, mad*
Article 12 of the general
slice agreement, for a face to-
|meeting. Under the armistice,
I a meeting is mandatory.
kports from the Jordan-held
[City indicated that the Jor-
in cabinet took the view that
Isputes between Israel and Jor-
could be settled in the Jordan-
fcl Mixed Armistice Commis-
eanwhile, in Bagdad, King
a I of Iraq, in a speech from
tirone to his Parliament, called
the Arab states to maintain
and "stand up to the Israeli
ler." He said Palestine was an
visible" part of the Arab
I and declared that Iraq was
pi.menting the Arab League's
tive security pact."
eanwhile, in Israel's Knesset,
DMtion spokesman, talking in a
ign policy debate following the
iirity Council resolution on Klb-
lassailed the government.
faacov Riftin, Mapam deputy,
eked the Government which, he
teed, had "sold itself to Wes-
capitalism" and had not
ght "real friendship" with the
tern bloc. General Zionist dep-
Chaim Ariav, although he
ml with the government in
eral, criticized the government
Inot maintaining fuller and clos-
iies with every party of the Zion-
[ world.
perut deputy Chaim Landau ac-
the government of practicing
olicy of appeasement and res-
It ion in reference to the Arab
es, and demanded that the gov-
nent proclaim UN truce super-
General Vagn BennTke, per-
n.'i non grata. The Poale Miz-
i urged an increase in itnmigra-
Rpeakers in the debate warmly
rised the dignified position taken
Israel's delegation to the Unit-
Nations during the Security
ancil debate on the Kibya reso-
Austria Denies Obligation
To Make Restitution Offer
Tryavt lit
... UN was in berry
Peace Foremost:
Lie Criticizes UN
Censure of Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Trygve
Lie, former Secretary General of
the United Nations, said there that
the Security Council had "acted
in a bit of a hurry" in passing
its resolution censuring Israel for
the retaliatory raid on Kibya. He
told a testimonial dinner in honnor
of A. 8r" Kay. a veteran Zionist,
that the UN Security Council's res-
olution censuring Israel was not
well balanced with former UN
resolutions.
"Not being associated with the
United Nations any longer and not
having the opportunity to study the
fact at close range," said Lie, "I
am hesitant to criticize its deci-
sions. I cannot help notice an omis-
sion in the Kibya resolutionthat
of an appeal for peace, which has
characterized some previous UN
resolutions. The Kibya resolution
merely censure and condemns, it
does not urge the Arabs and Jews
to seek out methods of reaching
a peaceful settlement of their dif-
ferences."
The Arab states. Lie stated, must
recognize the fact that Israel is a
full-fledged member of the United
Nations and must sit down with
Israel leaders and enter into post
tive peace negotiations. He said
"there can be no permanent sta-
bility in the Middle East until the
parties negotiate their differences
at a peace table." ._______
VIENNA (JTA) The question of Austrian-Jewish negotiations os Jewish claims for compensation
and restitution for damages suffered under the Nazi regime was raised ia the Austrian Parliament this
week by Social Democratic deputies. Chancellor Julius Raab, who repliad for the government, said that
during the negotiations with representatives of the world Jewish organ rial teas the Austrians had made it
clear that there were victims other than the Jews who were claiming compensation. He added that laws
which provided for compensation to the Jews would in effect not grant equal treatment to all the victims
of the Nazi regime which, he insisted, was a violation of the principles of the Austrian constitution.
The Chancellor declared that the negotiations had served chiefly to clarify what the demands of the
Jewish groups were and whether they were justified. In subsequent debate, Finance Minister Reinhardt
Kamitz asserted that Austrians had not entered into negotiations with representatives of world Jewish
organizations on Jewish claims for damages wrought by the Nazi regime because it was under no "obliga-
tion" to make restitution or pay reparations.
The Finance Minister told Parliament that the Au strian Government does not consider Austria respon-
sible for the suffering of Austrian Jewry during the Nazi regime. He insisted that full responsibility rest-
ed with Germany.
Reviewing the course of negotiations, Dr. Kamitz said that the Jewish negotiators had first put for-
ward a demand for 1,500,000,000 schillings, which they termed a "moral obligation on the Austrian Gov-
ernment." At a later date, Dr. Kamitz reported, the Jewish delegation estimated losses of Jews in Austria
during the Nazi regime at some 30,000,000 schillings. He insisted that during the negotiations the Jew-
ish representatives had failed to give "due consideration" to Austria's "special situation."
$12,000,000 for Hairless Property
In the final stage of negotiations last September, the Finance Minister said, the Jewish negotiators
had reduced their demands to a lump sum payment of 300,000,000 schillings ($12,000,000) for heirless
Jewish property. This demand was reiterated in a message from Dr. Nahum Goldmann in October after
Chancellor Raab had requested him to present new proposals for resumption of the Austro-Jewish talks, Dr.
Kamitz said.
During the course of the negotiations, he revealed, the Austrian Government had received protests
from the Arab states against a settlement of the Jewish claims similar to the one arrived at by Bonn. In
addition, he asserted, various Austrian and foreign organizations had informed the government that they
did not recognize the Jewish negotiators in Vienna as their representatives.
The Socialist newspaper Arbeiterzeitung, commenting on Dr. Kamitz' statements, declared that they
"do not conform with the declaration delivered by the (Austrian) government representatives earlier in the
negotiations."
Jewish communal leaders here hit out at the Austrian Government for having broken off the talks for
restitution and called on the Austrian Government to resume negotiations.
The community newspaper Neue Welt charged that the government held the view that the Jews should
"beg humbly" for the resumption of the talks. It po inted out that in this respect the Bonn Government h
ad shown a "much kindlier" attitude toward the Je ws than the Raab Government.
"It is no secret that an agreement has been reac hed or could be reach** very easily on all problems
except the demand for a lump sum settlement of heirless Jewish property claims," the Jewish organ
reported.___________________________________
Senator Sees No Need to Revise
McCarran Immigration Laws
esents Papers in Jerusalem:
foviet Legation Will
Function in
Tel Aviv
TEL AVTV (JTA)The new Sov-
Minister to Isreal, Alexander
Qramov, announced this week
at the Soviet Legation would be
(lined in Tel Aviv, not in Jerusa-
m as had been reported pre-
ously.
[The Soviet diplomat, the first
assian Minister in Israel since
avel Lershov left more than nine
ronths ago following the blasting
. the Soviet Legation building and
Be rupturing of diplomatic rela-
jons by the USSR, said he was
happy to come to this old-new
late." He was welcomed at the
lirfield by representatives of the
ations of the Eastern European
Moc and representatives of the
eftist Israel-Russian Friendship
fague.
Mr. Abramov proceeded to Jeru-
alera to meet with Foreign Minis-
ter Moshe Sharett here and handed
him a copy of his credentials.
Particularly noteworthy in tnis
was the fact that the Soviet envoy
chose to travel to the Foreign Min-
istry in Jerusalem to present his
credentials. All other diplomatic
representatives in Israel maintain
contact with the Foreign Minis-
try liaison office in Tel Aviv, as a
sign of their non-recognition of
Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
The Soviet diplomat told news-
men that he had a "jtno tmpwf
sion" of Israel as a rapidly develop
ing country and hat the continuous
planting and building which can
be seen everywhere is "*"
picture." He said it was his impres
ston that the Israel delegation
which went to Moscow to negotiate
the sale of Israeli citrus products
was succeeding.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen.
Arthur V. Watkins, chairman of the
Senate Immigration Subcommittee,
called at the White House this week
and expressed "alarm" to President
Eisenhower over the problem of
the Arab refugees situation. Sen-
ator Watkins said on emerging
from the Presidents office that the
problem of the Ar-'o refugees in
Arab states adjacent to Israel was
"one of the hottest" in the world
and stressed that because of Amer-
ican support of Israel, America",
stock in the Arab world "is not very
high now."
Senator Watkins. who returned
from an extended trip to Europe
and the Near East to investigate
the operation of the McCarran-Wal-
ter Immigration Act, said he did
not see any emergency now exist-
ing which required revision of the
Act. He said that emergency relief
to areas troubled, by population
S.n.t.r Put McCarrea
. teasels art satisfied
pressures was provided through the
Emergency Refugee Act of 1953.
The first visa under the new Act.
he said, would be issued shortly in
Italy.
Practically all consular officers
are satisfied with the mechanics of
the McCarran-Walter Act, Senator
Watkins reported. He did not say
whether he thought any changes in
immigration policy were needed at
this time but did point out that he
did not see any emergency requir-
ing legislation to revise the McCar-
ran-Walter Act.
Describing the situation of Arab
refugees, Senator Watkins said a
majority of such Arabs did not
want to come to the United States
but that there would be no trouble
filling the quota of 2,000 provided
in the 1953 Act to admit 214,000
immigrations the next three years.
There are plenty of Arabs in refu-
gee camps who would want to come
to the United States, he said, giv-
ing the opinion that the quota of
2,000 could be filled in Lebanon
alone.
The Immigration Subcommittee
chairman described the plight of
the Palestine Arab refugees to the
President and also gave Mr. Eisen-
hower the benefit of his findings on
the McCarran-Walter Act. Previous-
ly. Senator Watkins wrote the
President a letter in which he said
that the Administration was in such
a strong position on the immigra-
tion issue that the McCarran Wal-
ter legislative revision sought by
many groups was not necessary.
Philip M. KMukk
. will spark local drive
Klutznick is
Miami Visitor
Plans have been completed for
the mass community B'nai B'rith
meeting to be held on Thursday,
December 17th, 8 p.m., at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center. Major
address will be by Philip M. Klutz-
nick, international president of
B'nai B'rith.
Joining Klutznick in his visit to
Greater Miami will be Maurice
Weinstein, of Charlotte, North Car-
olina, president of the District
Continued on Pane SA


PAGE 2 A
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Bond Drive Schedules BIG Day for
December 20; Fishman is Commander
First phase of Operation YVindup
wiUJ>e heldm the Greater. .Miami
area next week. December 13th
through 20th. by the Israel Bond
Organization. Climax of the week
"ill be BIG Day. an inten.-ive one-
day effort scheduled for Sunday.
December 201h.
All volunteers have been invited
to attend a special breakfa.-t m
| vcht'duled for the main dining'
room of th. Hotel at 10
Sunday.
At that time, workers will be i
en a blueprint of the operation
"by Jacob C. Fishman. community
{worker and BIG Week commander.'
and. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Greater Mi-
*mi chairman for State of Israel |
3onds
Nal Winokur has accepted _,bh
f of Big Week Lieutraaat i.
Ihe Coral Gables area. a
Fi-hman. who is operator**! th
AValdof Towers Hotel and reside!
at 5334 LaGorce Drive. Mian-
Beach, is a Board member of Tern]
pie Beth Sholom. a member of the
Board of Governors. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and has served
n the Boards of various Zionist1
'ups for many years. He has'
i.-ited lane] and has had the op-]
oortunity of seeing at first hand!
the improvements directly attrib-
uted to the sale of State of Israel '<
Bonds.
The Big Day Commander an-
nounced that an objective of $500.-
000 in redemption of pledges and '
sale of new bonds has been set I
for this particular campaign in the
.Miami area.
"Thousands of dollars are need-
ed now by Israel Fishman empha-'
sired in appealing to all members'
< this effort, either through the sale '
or the purchase of State of Israel
Bond-
He pointed out that although the
State of Israel has achieved its po-
itieal independence there is still
j long road to travel before eco-'
bottle independence is achieved
Recent developments in that
"try and action taken by the '
nJted Nations vividly underline
the importance of our giving as
much consideration as pos>ible at'
This time to Israel he declared '
Fishman also reported that spe-,
rial arrangements are being made
with a leading Miami Beach hotel
ti s^t up a nerve-center in the ho
tel. complete with a battery of
to direct BIG Day ac
wine-
It i- a!-', expected that special
appeals will be made by Mayors
Abe AronoMtz. of Miami, and Har
Rabbi Lehrman
To be Honored
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami B&ach Jewish
Caj^i^rUt W honorfl at a testi-'
monial dinner on Sunday night.
January' 3rd. at the new Di Lido \
Hotel Announcement of the func-
tion was made by Samuel Fried-j
land, president of the Center, who
will serve as general chairman of
the dinner.
Rabbi Lehrman assumed his du-
al the Center in August,!
1043. at its old site on Euclid Av- !
enue. a re-modeled home. From a |
membership of less than 200, the I
Drewich to be Feted
A celebration honoring H. M.
Drewich. sixth-term president of
Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation, on the occasion of his 73rd
old Shapiro, of Miami Beach
A condensed telethon will also
be produced over Wometco's WTVJ
television station to explain the
dire need for investment funds at
the present time.
Mrs. Glasser. Greater Miami
chairman, explained that this is
the first phase of Operation Wind-
up, completion of the sale of the
Independence Issue of State of Is-
rael Bonds.
"It is urgent that we make every
effort to complete this program
with the greatest degree of suc-
cess." Mrs. Glasser declared. "Mi-
amians have done a magnificent
job. but only a fraction of what Is-
rael needs has been attained. We
expect everyone to do his duty."
Bagels and lox will be served at
the Algiers breakfast on Sunday,
December 13th. at 10 a.m.
Raaai lehrman
frmthtmrnm
Joint Installation
Slated Sunday
A joint installation of officers
of Chesed Shel Emes> and its Sis
terhood will take place on Sunday
evening. December 13th. 6 p.m., in
the Dora August Memorial Hall of
Congregation Beth El. Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will be install
ing officer
Announcement of the affair was
made this week by Nathan Gins-
burg, president, and Mrs. Rebecca
Goldberg. Sisterhood president
Rabbis and Cantors of the Great-
er Miami area will be present at
the installation evening.
center has grown to more than 1,-
000 families today.
Charles Fruchtman. vice presi-
dent of the center, has been ap-
pointed by Friedland to serve as
chairman of the dinner arrange-
ments committee. Fruchtman said
that "we plan to make January 3rd
a night that Rabbi and Mrs. Lehr-
man and the entire community will
long remember."
A graduate of the Jewish In-
stitute of Religion in New York
City. Rabbi Lehrman served as
spiritual leader of Temple Shomrei
Emunah at Montclair. New Jer-
sey, prior to assuming his local
pulpit.
Rabbi Lehrman is a member of
the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica and is a member of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America. He
is southeastern chairman of the
American Technion Society and on
the Boards of numerous local re-
ligious and civil groups.
A well known speaker. Rabbi
Lehrman has keynoted scores of
local and national conventions,
i meetings and dinners.
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PAGE 3 A
heater Miami Hadassah to Mark
lenrietta Szold Day December 14th
On Monday, December 14th, the
b groups that make up the Greater
tiarni Chapter of Hadassah will
rtebrate the- birthday -of their
lounden HeartetUrJHoMrwit* a
jeries of luncheons and parties to
Eke place all over the Greater Mi-
Imi area. Chapter chairman of the
Jay is Mrs. Lillian Frumkes.
"Much of the credit for the es-
tablishment and continued prog-
ress of the reborn land of Israel
.oust be given to the vision of Hen-
rietta Szold, Baltimore-born teach-
er, scholar and social worker," Mrs.
frumkes said, in explaining the
kjgnificance of the observance.
Appalled at the squalor, disease
Lnd decadence which she witness-
ed on a trip to Palestine, she or-
ganized in 1812 the first chapter
consisting of 12 women of the
Lrganization which has mushroom-
ed into a force of 300,000 members
vith chapters in every state of our
kountry, Alaska and Puerto Rico.
-Hadassah members through
Iheir organisation have carried on
extensive program of medical
tid rehabilitation work in Israel,"
Irs. Frumkes continued, "and the
greater percentage of funds raised
it this H-Day celebration will go
toward the Youth Aliyah program
tor the support and resettlement
If the 62,000 children whom Hadas-
Lh has helped bring into Israel
luring the past two decades."
> < <
DEBORAH Group of Hadassah
nil hold a luncheon and fashion
|how at the Sherry Frontenac Ho-
tel at 12:30 p.m. Fashions are from
[Jlliam Smith. Mrs. Morris Soholik
mil Mrs. Gladys Kaplan are co-
thairmen of the affair.
>
ISRAELI Group will mark H-Day
pith a luncheon at the Roney Plaza
potel at 12:30 p.m. Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross, principal of the He-
brew Academy, will be guest speak-
er. There will also be a musical
program consisting of Israeli songs
by Miss Gierlova, and Mrs. Peter
{Wagner will sing, accompanied by
Joseph Schreibman. Co-chairmen
ire Mrs. Herbert Lenick and Mrs.
Joseph Wolff.
> <
MOUNT SCOPUS Hadassah will
:icild a series of luncheons and card
parties in homes of members, with
Mrs. Jack Cohen acting as- chair-
nan.
>
NAOMI Group will mark the
Henrietta Szold observance with a
|gt't-together at the Miami Colonial
Hotel at 8:30 p.m. Chairman of the
leffair will be Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz.
>
HERZL Group of Hadassah will
[celebrate Henrietta Szold Day at
112 o'clock noon, with a luncheon
land fashion show at the Sans Souci
lllotel.
Mrs. Sidney D. Ross, program
[chairman, will present Mrs. Samuel
[l-ipton and Mrs. Mortimer Wien,
I chairmen of the day, and their co-
I chairmen, Mrs. Coleman Olen and
(Mrs. Samuel Weisen.
A fashion show will be presented
[ by Harriet Stroke, and Mrs. Arnold
Seeder will be co-ordinator. Mrs.
Louis Adler will provide the mu-
sical accompaniment for the fash-
ion show.
>
MENORAH Group of Hadassah
will hold its H-Day luncheon and
fashion show at 12:30 p.m., at the
Sea Isle Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs.
Julian Weinkle and Mrs. Sumner
Slater are co-chairmen of the event.
Mrs. Joel Meyer and Mrs. Sam
Stark have written the script for
the fashion show. Mrs. Martin
Fine will narrate the show, whose
models will be members of the
Menorah Group, and who will wear
clothes from the shop of Louis Haf-
tel.
Mrs. Melvin Weinkle is in charge
of the Youth Aliyah fund which
will benefit by the affair. A dress
will be given to the member who
has sold the greatest number of
tickets to the luncheon.

HENRIETTA SZOLD Hadassah
will hear Mrs. Peter Wagner ren-
der vocal solos, and the houses of
Azen's and Cordell will present a
fashion show at the birthday lunch-
eon of its namesake at 12 noon in
the Algiers Hotel.
Proceeds will be for the benefit
of the Hadassah Medical Hospital
in Israel.
> >
SHALOMA Group, according to
Mrs. Nat Waldman, president, will
mark Henrietta Szold Day with a
luncheon at the Empress Hotel at
12 noon.
Mrs. Joseph Shawmut is chair-
man of the luncheon that will com-
memorate the birthday of the
founder of Hadassah.
A group of Israeli songs will be
sung by Miss Shaloma Shawmut,
who lived in Israel for 2 years.
Miss Shawmut will be accompanied
by Herman Fried, on the accordion.
The invocation will be given by
Mrs. Harry Platoff.
> > <
STEPHEN WISE Hadassah will
hear a musical narration entitled,
A People Like These, at the Monte
Carlo Hotel at 12 noon.
Participating are Cantor Edward
Klein, of North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
spiritual leader.
Deeva Selove, professional pian-
ist, will perform, and Edith Jacob-
son will be the narrator. Chairman
of the affair is Mrs. Murray Weil.
Sgt. David Orlin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Orlin. 2014
SW 17th Terrace, Miami, has
returned home after spending
a one-year tour of duty with
the United States Air Force
in Korea, Sgt. Orlin will be
here on a 30-day leave before
returning to Fort Bragg, North
Carolina. He is a graduate,
with the AB degree, from the
University of Florida and also
holds a degree in pharma-
cology.
Einstein Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to the
memory of the late Rica Einstein,
formerly of 1312 Hollywood Blvd.,
Hollywood, Fla., will take place
Sunday, December 13th, 2 p.m. at
Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi David Shapiro of Hol-
lywood officiating. Mrs. Einstein is
survived by her husband Gustav
and a daughter, Mrs. Elsie Sajovic.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.*
Bookman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Lillian
Bookman, formerly of 480 SW 20th
Street, Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, 2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery with Rab-
bi Boris Rackovsky officiating.
Mrs. Bookman is survived by her
husband Herman and two sons, Ray-
mond and Milford, both of Miami.
Also two brothers and two sisters.
Mrs. Bookman was a member of
the Congregation Beth El. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Birnbach Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Sam Birn-
bach, formerly of 300 West 42nd
Street, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, December 13th, 2
p.m., at Mount Nebo Cemetery,
with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating.
Mr. Birnbach is survived by his
wife, Mary, one daughter, Rae, one
son, Charles David, and three
brothers. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Markinson,
of 883 NE 164th Street, Miami, are
off on a two-week tour of Florida
in celebration of their first wed-
ding anniversary. On their trip,
they will stop off t Jacksonville
to mark the 10th wedding anni-
versary of Mrs. Markinson's sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Newton Frishman. Mrs. Markinson
is the former Dorothy Pepper. Mrs.
Frishman is the former Shirley
Pepper. They are the daughters
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, of
Miami.
ir Miss Goldie Cohen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Cohen, 2045
SW 6th Street, has graduated from
the Cincinnati Jewish Hospital's
School of Nursing and is now on
the staff of Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital here.
Cr &
Visiting at the Carib Motel
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lasky. Las
noted author of Seeds Of Treasoaj
also wrote The Hoaxters, a doci|p
mentary film nominated for the
Academy Award. Editor of the cur-
rent American Legion Reader, he
and Mrs. Lasky are relaxing at the
Carib prior to returning to work
on two new books.
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Florid'** at 1SS N. C S.*th Street. Miami It, Flarida
Entered *i ititni ciiu matter July 4. IMA. at the Pott
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and th Jews* Weekly. Member ef t"e Jawnaa) Tele-
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publishet
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
Friday. December It 1953
Volume 27 Number SO
Teveth 5. 5714
The Community and the Civic Worker
It is only natural that in a growing and active
community such as ours individuals should
each week receive the accolades of their fel-
low workers for the meritorious services they
perform on behalf of a host of local organisa-
tions.
This is quite underseandabto in view of the
fact that ours is now tin) tenth or eleventh
largest Jewish comrmrtriry to use United States.
Outstanding achie i eiufarl, Mich often receives
acclaim, is necessary in enter to maintain the
pace of development manife***ed here.
As is the cose in just about every other
community, we have found that there is always
one group of people in the public eye. This
seems true because, more than others, they
have dedicated their energies to civic endeav-
or and local betterment. Ours is the role of
the community newspaper, and we consider
it a responsibility to take* cogrdaance of and
pay tribute to these people who distinguish
themselves in this reqaM.
Responsibility is perhase a poor representa-
tion of our feelings We find it wholly gratify-
ing to recognize the civic and organixation-
rrunded individual because it strengthens our
faith in this community's future. But oftentimes,
it appears that in the swirl of activity here, all
endeavor in behalf of Miami's betterment is
r.ot always noted.
During the past few months, many significant
occasions have taken place, making praise-
worthy contributions to our area's growth. Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, an internationally re-
nowned attorney residing here, was recently
copointed to the Dade County School Board.
Mrs. Meyers is a woman of boundless energies
who has devoted herself to many causes. Re-
cently reelected president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center is Stanley C. Myers.
who has distinguished himself by heading most
of the maor organizations in our area and who
has played a prominent role on the national
scene in Federation and Welfare Fund activ*-
tes.
S.Tr.:.iar cases of meritorious achievement in
the spiritual and edurntfartal fields abound. A
while ago. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David
S] BBfasfDCrje re 1 error:ec sssl Hstt a-o.versarv hi
Toe Grecre: Miami k-wsk Federation this
wee* tjghws-jeti its 'irIT tern aid individuals
:::mt"isa1 ox asSafat rrcpero-.oo alatsl
BaVI sNan 91 rrrrz.r.ro | seerr-j :: _s nasa
theo move u a noteworthy occuEiesace and
marks a nacrous rhaTny m policy from the
cne which gow.^nd previous Conabaaad Jew-
ish Appeal dr.ves here-
in a saateaueul issued by Fecseratjon. the
c.poiao bodr speahcaEy singled oat unco-
cperatrve hotel owners and ssanacanrs who
have in the past failed to avpport the CIA.
We have often was*dstgaj about theee men.
Although deriving iilsat/iistinl sarnsaa from fa-
ced org^mrrrhonoi activities they fail to sup-
port the Com rained Jewish Appeal.
as we see it pat its finger on the
M pointod oat that many of the
groups of local affiliates oon-
bsbsw to arrange important rwn** u* and
rjiillieiiiiuBi fa our ana's hrasli. while
oases' failure to support Miami's CIA drive.
Many of theee -t^ii! groans participate dt-
recfjy m the funds asauwntly coitoctod by Fed-
the pulpit and more than 20 years of spiritual
leadership in our city. Sydney J. Greenberg.
of Temple Beth Shofam. marked his quarter
of a century in Jewish education.
Next month, the community at large will join
in a tribute to Rabbi Irving Lehrman who came
to the pulpit of the Miami Beach Jewish Center
ten years ago. when the Center was situated
in a remodeled private house on Euclid Ave-
nue and through whose leadership it has grown
to one of the hug set and most beautiful syna-
gogues in the country.
Many other of oar Rabbis have either recent-
ly marked or are preparing to mark similar
anniversaries of bom 15 to 20 years of service
in the Greater Miami area.
The number of individuals who have dedi-
cated themselves to civic betterment is legion.
Leon Kaplan was recently reelected president
of the Southern Section. National Jewish Wel-
fare Board. And on November 20th. Milton A.
Friedman will be honored at a testimonial din-
ner as "the man who has done most in the
past 20 years far the B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization" here. Friedman's career in B'nai B'rith
is the story of an individual who started out
with his membership as a youth in Aleph
Zadik Aleph, the organisation's junior order,
and who has worked his way up through the
ranks of local, state and national echelons to
assume the important post of National Youth
Commissioner.
He early assumed leadership as an organ-
izer of the Hillel Houses on the University of
Miami and University of Florida campuses and
is past president of Sholem Lodge. B'nai Brim,
and of the State Federation of Men's Lodges
here.
Alex Van Straaten will be honored on Sun-
day evening at the Sterling Hotel by the Mi-
ami Beach-Israel Zionist District. His was the
job of supporting Zionist activities when "it
wasn't fashionable to be a Zionist" Past presi-
dent and current treasurer of the district which
will pay tribute to him. his record in civic and
philanthropic work goes back to his days in
Phitodelpbia. where he headed two hospitals
and other charities.
Having reached the venerable age of 70.
Van Straaten continues his activities in such
a manner that his spirit rather than his years
are the spark of an energetic plan to enlarge
the ranks of the Zionist Organisation. His is
an ardent and determined passion to pursue
the goals of Jewish service everywhere. In
the words of Rabbi Irving Miller, president of
theZOA. "Alex Van Straaten has earned the
gratitude of us alL prodding us to action by
his example of tireless extort*'
Andsothe cycle goes. The men and women
who devote their energies to our community's
oeveaoprneat and growth ultimately find the
praise of their neighbors. We join into the ap-
plause and hope we can keep up with noting
ieir rranMrJ achievements '
During The Week ...a
s I
By tCO MINDLIN
s.
OMCI AGAIN. tttoLBM A*CH IS bee,
Stale is !*# the
Prime Minister David BenCurion's res
Jon is now fa the hands of President laaac
Ben-Zvi. Mr. Ben-Gurion fast month announced
his intention of leaving the office be held since
b *w*rtrihshment of the Stole of IsraeL The
mm r.os eiopsec has beer, idled bv hes:-
Jtoeon the part of the government refusals
to accept the i esiijrt.il ion and urgent requests
ttoathsj imm Pnme laTinisaer ^^ a ^,ltrrHT
repars'sueut far him could be found.
k*light of Mr. Beri-Gurion often stormy
_ fT'"*lM>J *** *> and the Portia
aaatB nothing less than a tribute to him
that tow officials m bsoel look upon lus refaw-
w*b satssfactton. We think 1 most ad-
that in a totter to the
phastoed: "No
too. Israel s fate doe
is Presauac.**
^l^znyg^sarrytoses ex. go. bat they hoe.
DmOTa lHaM>asaswYTasastH HakaSh I______*
vmubtbkj qh roost cncMctf pncMst c*tf
Phaps the Jewwfc SfaiVs^
s haauuty and apply to
fact shot srsssda.
ceotreverty. Observers ol Jewish ItlsteryTnd s^J B*,tr li
sry intelligence, condemn or support the novels mM*1* ^
sonsl snd emotional sttrtudes. Writers, whether ih h"*Bi
or not. whether they are respectable craftsmen >n Z*" ^
not. come to his aid or relentlessly criticize him ,,n ,1 I prof*
historical iasicht. The result is that both l.ter.n 1!?*<*>
sociologists cross their signaU in s net of funo.K Ud ,
which Mr Asch is ensnared without the opportumtv ,'^UmM' 4
in satisfactory fashion. wwnumty to erpai,, 2
Between the years 1M8 to 1950, i entertained a i^ ,
relationship with him. Then a member of the Ensiid. ^ *
I-niversity of Miami, I spent many hours a dav Sfit ***> *
Hibiscus IslHl hoot. We used to listen to mu c L^'
writers in all Utentares. fo for long walks, travel"to ih?S2 **
trips and wander aloof Lincoln Road as passer, bv mLm *'
nrihgtod dum of ttniosfty and awe He weuS"5, !R?'
Burayse Bay. nervously call me oa the telephone anv nlS.^
a day when I could not come to his island retreat and SamsSf1
on what basis I had deserted him. During allot'h ti^l"
know Mr. Asch least as well a. Myene'els. In Z fi "
in most cases, undoubtedly better. m
The circumstances that caused us to part our way, n> a j
are personal and do not enter into the larger scherM^nsTaV1
Asch Most probably our intimacies, to begin with. werebaM,
fact that the novelist was in the midst of a lull in his creatr-?'
having concluded Mary, and he was in search for cnmp^*L
thinking out the then unwritten book. Moses. With hlttoi.
steady regimen of work, he found less time for plea^atrieTL.!
subsequent activities soon brought both of us far apart 71
Since then. I have written nothing about Mr \sch beeaas.il]
and continue to feel that my experiences with the world fasZif
are still too close upon me for any intelligent analysis oftLmj
Mr Asch has now bees catapulted onto the American scent frl
action, and he has become the object of much irresponsible ctoi
countercharge as a result It therefore seems incumbent aw!
enter into the fracas in an effort to clarify a good deal of
and very muddled thinking. What I have to say mu-i not be a-
as a defense of Mr. Asch; nor most it be regarded in tbe liht
lntellectual or aesthetic critique. Out of the man endle^-af
in the cradle ef his consciousness comes his art It is tbe mat
must be understood when he. himself, is attacked as an asJj
literary criticism. ^^r
THMf IS tlTTtl DOUBT IN MY mind that Sholem Aril
visions himself as a crucified soul. In this regard he h esroj
with his own Messianic mission. No ssvior worth his title cal
Messiah unless he is discredited and reviled Mr Asch's porpci,
he sees it Is to affect a cordial relationship between Jadaaj
Christianity This quest did not come upon him with the
The Nazarene. It was apparent in his earliest writings, eresil
play. God Of Vengeance, a drama of unchallengeably Jewish
3** *to> assttst that the novelist turned to the Christian sees
more lucrative field do hire a great injustice. It is true, that *.
is a highly emotional man and that he has little regard (or the!
lectual temperament which he considers arid But to sav that
aesthetically dishonest is to say that one suffer < preciseir (rail
Asch's own emotionalism and that ose does not know him
At a time when Mr. Asch's reputation was high with tkt _
reader of his Polish and Cast Side ghetto works the noretot el
ready toying with methods aimed at resolving the d!((erence5 beM
Judaism and Christianity The literary scholar h tosMksl
untranslated German novel published in 1924. Die Zauberia \m\
tilien. to find that the writer was already then creating Jerto I
in Christian images. The converse of this method, the casting oil
tian men of antiquity into their original Jewish garb, vas tbe I
of the passage of time While his early activin ma} hare
"ore acceptable to us. it is the Utter that gave to Mr As* i
ground for cultivating his Messianism. For here, he discovert^
discomfort and the physical agonies poe must expenence to bell
tied visionary.
The more he met with opposition, the more did he in>i tinumg with his mission I am almost certain that uere Mr U
cbrmological works ignored by Jewry at large, be ojW bawl
donedI them It u not the Christian Imvor which he courted; ::l
Jeish Day after day I saw the mas suffer before mv eye and I
P*rched for the lack of his kinsmen's love Without it be vM
waiting in the winds of Limbo, neither positive enough for tbe i
of Chnstesdom. which essentially he dad not want nor r*gatiw(
tor the complete damnation of Jewry which continued to as
partial relations with him only because he was a world renowned U
His emotionalism was and continues to remain the fuv *M
per^lity and the weakness is his aesthetic design that will ftr
"uom becoming a truly great writer. But ft* saving grace bL
t least for me. lt showed most clearly where hi< essential desiml
One rainy evening, before a warm fire in his studv. he wept bitwr
f ~n**"L" In a tit of anger, he jumped t a hif* "
tilled from ceiling to floor with his soveJs translated is-
'gusges. tore them from their shelves, threw them d** tfc*'l
n***** a pyre at his feet snd fell upon thess. -These are **
cned They have come from my seat sad so one. not even sryl
ers* reviling, will take them from sse." Here was Mr Acb ia ta5' ,
n>4Taarded moment Here, he expressed the poles of his ota]
**M feel fas desire for acceptance I could recognize that fr -
contmue to thrive eauy an ahoegasaea.
SHOtlM ASCH OMCS *UZ2XEO OVill a prehlea m
n^e could not understand, fa said, why the world ws
m Chekhov's atessian peasant De Man|ia nal'i ssiddlecisJi
- Joyce* DnblaieT. r>aaievnky s diseased personalities sefj!
LSTTai ^1teta ** wfatoeytoden characters whto **}
* the_ slightest faterest fa tades ef tfre onntessed Jew B '
w nul reeeatfy. liternry critics contismed to remark oo tfa
5?"ai.^ E^tm Jewish life as artistic matenai H
"V. A_?i;>f*,rtie "* Cauiataan fields is sesed apes K
"U ** received nniverssl recognrton as a tevtJW FJJ
*ritfag hu first Bsajar sen Jknlaf -
isozrre the sert of literary acoslai
be late Vt. Once
a
after wfach be Jrf ,
on his aj. t*** -*
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)AY, DECEMBER II, 1953
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PAGE 5 A
od Fair Purchases Carl's Chain;
quires 19 Markets in Local Area
nuei Friedland, chairman of
[Board of Food Fair Stores, Inc., ;
Vday announced the puchase (
iis firm of the 19 Cart's Mar- I
in Miami, Miami Beach, Holly- j
and Fort Lauderdale. The
louncement was issued jointly '.
in conjunction with Louis
m. Food Fair president,
urchase price of the Carl's Mar-
was not revealed here. Their
krporation into the Food Fair
[in will give it a total of 43
in Florida, with 191 through-
ilhe nation.
ccording to local reports, five
stores will be added to the
|n around the first of the year,
ec of them are now nearing
[plotion by Food Fair, while two
begun under the aegis of
Markets.
making the announcement,
Idland- revealed that the 19
Markets will continue to op
under their original name,
ne 800 employees of Carl's,"
kdded, "will be welcomed into
IFood Fair organization, which
increase our total to better
2,300."
hedland explained that further
insions are in the offing with
Irojected 250,000 square foot
ehouse to cost approximately
3.000 currently in the blue-
It stage. When completed, the
>d chairman said, it will give
chain five warehouses in South-
Florida. It also operates its
bakery.
Carl's Market chain was
kdcd and developed by Carl
|nkle, of Miami Beach. Food
was founded by Friedland in
Irsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1920.
be that time, Food Fair has
snded its operations into New
jey, Maryland, Delaware, New
|k and Florida.
recent nationwide survey list-
Ihe chain as the seventh largest
Klutznick Miami Visitor;
To Address B'nai B'rith
Continued from Pago 1 A
Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith,"
and Julius Fisher, of Roanoke, Vir-
ginia, District No. 5 secretary.
The December 17th program 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.
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 for
arrangements are Mrs. Josie Gold-
strom, Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, Mrs.
Ida Optner, E. Albert Pallot, Leo
Steinman, Harold Turk, A. J. Kap-
lan, Balkin Mannheimer and the
presidents of all B'nai B'rith
Lodges and Women's Chapters in
the community.
LEGAL NOTICE
food store in the country and the
14th largest retail establishment.
Stein said Food Fair's sales volume
in the first 28 weeks of the cur-
rent fiscal year was $166,000,000.
He expects the expanded chain to
top $400,000,000 in sales next year.
Although headquarters of Food
Fair is still in Harrisburg, Fried-
land has lived in Miami Beach since
1940, where he is active in civic,
communal and philanthropic af-
fairs.
Weinkle did not reveal here what
his future plans are.

ishington
jderal to
irk Birthday
I'ashington Federal Savings and
in Association will celebrate its
It birthday anniversary on the
day of the Washington Ave-
Festival, Tuesday, December
Washington Federal is contrib-
jig to the development and beau-
Ication of the South Shore area
[expansion of her present build-
\. located at 1244 Washington Av-
le, Miami Beach, according to
^k D. Gordon, president, who an-
mued early this week that con-
nction is already started and
In I>1 probably be completed in
V for Washington Federal's
[thday party Open House which
be held for the public from
a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday.
The officers and directors of
-liington Federal will attend
evening festivities. The annex
pi accommodate safe deposit box-
and a coffee lounge, the latter
be opened to the public at a
ler date.
(The Washington Avenue Festival
III start at 7 p.m., with an Open
ouse at the new Municipal Recre-
lion Center, 10th Street and Oc-
Im Drive. Music for a Block Par-
a mile and a half long, will start
Washington Avenue at 7:30 p.m.
Louis Margulies
Succumbs to Illness
Louis Margulies, 73, passed away
in a local hospital following a long
illness. Mr. Margulies lived here
for 18 years, coming from Brook-
lyn, New York.
He was a retired insurance ag-
ent, a member of the Beth David
Synagogue, the Knights of Pyth-
ias and the Miami Zionist District.
He was also active in communal
work.
Mr. Margulies is survived by his
wife, Gussie, executive secretary of
Beth David Synagogue; three sons,
David, Sam and Irving, all of New
York; and a daughter, Margie
Schwartz, of Englewood, New Jer-
sey. Also surviving are eight
grandchildren.
Services were held Sunday at
Gordon's Funeral Home in Miami
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Burial was in Mount Sinai
Cemetery.
rood Hotel to Open
[osher Dining Room
[o General Public
I New owners of the ocean front
ood Hotel are Morris and Sidney
kHz. The Saltzes announced this
pek that they Intend "to operate
strictly kosher hotel Just as
fce family has done for the past
years."
J The Good Hotel's dining room
fill be opened to the public, and
othing but the finest of food will
e sold, the Saltzes explained.
The hotel is at 43rd Street and
cean Drive and has a private
each. The Saltx family has a long
ckground of activity in the kosh-
hotel field, having offered such
'tities for many years in Mount
, New Jersey. ;*?'
Yvonne Clifford receives pro-
feaaional instruction from Ab-
el Pokras who has set the
choreography for the Casa-
blanca Players' new offer-
ing. Where's Charley's Aunt.
Pokras. in addition to his tal-
ents as a musical comedy
choreographer, is a specialist
An Invitation to All
Friends of Israel
HEAR
JAN
BART
Incomparable Songster,
Humorist and Public
Speaker
at a
Salute To Israel
Rally and
Entertainment
SUNDAY NIGHT, DEC. 13th
, at 8:30 p.m.
Temple Emanu-EI
1801 S. Andrews Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale
free Refreshments
The Rev
KOSHER DINING ROOM
Service De Luxe
Collins Ave., Cornet 13th
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29926
UK ESTATE OF
SAKAH IDA GLICKMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1
have filed rny final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
trator of the i--i.ii.- of SARAH IDA
OLICKMAN, deceased; and that on
the 11th day of January, I9S4, I will
apply to the Honorable FRANK 11.
DoWLlNU. County Judge of Dade
Comity, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrator of the Estate of SAR-
AH IDA GLICKMAN, deceased.
This 7th day of December. 1933.
NATHANIEL C.LICKMAN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator
12/11-18-2'. 1/1
LEGAL NOTICU
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28074-A
RE: ESTATE OF
ISABEL JACOBHON, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOB FINAL
DISCHARGE 4
DISCHARGE
is li.-i-eliy given t'rla
p:i
NOTICE
hNe filed my flnar report awl pefit
tlon for Final Discharge as Executor
of the l.ast Will and Testament of
ISAUEL JACOIINON. deceased; and"
that on the 11th day of January, IIM.
1 will apply to the Honorable KKANK
B. DOWl.INt;, County Judge of Dade.
County, Florida, for approval of sal.l
final report and for final di-ehaige as
Executor of the I.ast Will and Testa-
ment of isauel JACOB80N, de-
ceased.
This
Itll day of December, 1151.
IKY
HARRY JACOISSON.
Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
ISABEL JACOBSON,
deceased
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Executor
120 Lincoln Road, .Miami Bea.-h, Pla.
12/11-18-2.-, 1/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TREASURE ISLE BEAUTY SALON,
at 79th St. Causeway. Miami, Intends
to register said name with the Vlerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BERTHA BLRMESTER
12/11-18-23 1/1
S. J. Frecdmao
& M. Rcphnn
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington At*.
Miami Baach
Between Fourth and Fifth St*.
Hebrew Religious BuppUea
For Synsgogues sad fafVMI
Use). Also for Hebrew Schools.
BTB0 "DID
Telephone 5-1017
Israel Certificates
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164390
JOEL ISAACS, Plaintiff,
vs.
JESSIE ISA.VS. Defendant.
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO:JESSIE ISAACS
141 A West End Avenue.
Brooklyn. N.Y.
c/o Hirsch
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 I'leading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY
M. CAIN. 2518 West Flagler Street.
Miami, Fla., and file the original Ans-
wer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 11th day of January'. 19_>4.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault will l>e taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published onco
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIX>RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 9th day of December.
A.D. 1953.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By WM. W. STOCK INC.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
2518 West Flagler St., Miami. Fla.
12/11-18-2.-. 1/1
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIER
5
AND
HENRY'S
AUTO & TRUCK PARTS
2038 N. W. 27th Are.
PHONE 64-6554
lin Hotel
OPEN TO THE FUBUC
Full Coarse Meals $1.75 up
St. Phone 5-7688
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE BAZAARE, at 8016 NE. 2nd
Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JTLIAN KOTI.ER
HILDA KOTI.ER
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for The Bazaare
12/11-18-2.-, 1/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL SALES CO., at ;15 S.W.
27th Ave.. Miami, intend to i.-glster
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
H. I!. 8IRMAN
\V. J. h'MITH
SANFORD S. FAUNCE
Attorney for Applicants
1717 Congress Bids'.
II I1-1X-2", 1/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlna to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HAY PLAZA BEAUTY SALON, at
180 N.E. Mtb St.. Miami, intends to
reglstei -aiil name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
""i"" ANN RKItf
12/11-1S-23 1/1
rW>WWWWV-
Angie and Fred's
NEW ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
ot 6618 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Will Open
Saturday, December 12, at 5 p.m.
Serving a 7 Course Veal Cutlet Parmigiana Dinner
Bottle of Wine on Every Table -$1J0
iCNIIMEN'S DIMMtK WITH MMU CO* S*J
OPINING SMCIAl SMVIO AT eOTM KSTAUeANTS ON MIAMI 1IACH
for Reservations Call
136 Collins Ave. 58-1869
6618 Collins AVe.-86-0413
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, engaged in the busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
JO-DEL RATH STYLISTS, at Mil
Southwest Douglas Road. -Miami.
Florida, have dissolved the said part-
nership .....l use of the trade name by
deleting ".lo" therefrom.
JOSE1MIINE It. MANTLOFF
CEORC.ES MANllaiFF
FANNfE D ROFFLER
EDMOND O. ROFFLBH
HITNER HUTNER
Attorneys for Applicants
Stfl Olympla Bldg., Miami, Florida
12/11-18-25 1/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH|
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUtT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY* IN CHANCERY. No. 164678
ROSE MILLER. Plaintiff.
SAMUEL miller. Defendant
V SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SAMUEL MILLER.
r'o M. Solomon,
228-25A 9th Avenue.
Bayside, Long Island. New Yolk
You B3AMUEL MILLER. i here-
by notified that a BUI of Compjfln
for Divorce has been filed K "''
vou. and you are required to s'rve a.
conv of vour Answer or Plead.rig to
M of Uorrrptalnt on the ,lal.U-
SScSHS&,ee
each week for four "n'7r,,,*evlwee'"
f tHP 1EWISH FI.ORIDIAM. rf
'"DONE AND ORDERED at Mtemfl
nm^ids this.'7th day of December.
A.D. 1953. B ,.KATHERMAJV.
Clerk. ClrcuR Cj""^
oMneSSHRd. HMfd-
Mtaml <* Kr?fHdB


PAGE 6 A
+JewlsJirk**aa*L
FRIDAY.



Mrt.lUkmtm
Mrs. liebman Named Director
Of Elementary Education
By Superintendent Thomas
Mrs. Malvina Liebman was this
week appointed director of ele-
mentary education by School Sup-
erintendent AV. R. Thomas. Mrs
Liebman suc-
ceeds Mrs. Elsie
Delaney.
A resident of
Miami Beach for
33 years, Mrs.
Liebman receiv-
ed almost ail of
her education in
Beach schools.
She has been
principal of Cen-
tral Beach Ele-
mentary, where
she attended school at the age of
10, when sh? and h**- family mov-
ed here from New York.
Mrs. Liebma l atari I 11ST leach-
ing career at '^at f *h fo' 2" years
ago. while earning h barV.lor's
degree in education at the Univer-
sity of Miami. She received the
MA degree at Columbia University
in 1947. and later did graduate
work on a fellowship at Harvard
I niversity.
She is co-author of a handbook
for teachers in training which is
used throughout the Florida school
system. In addition, she has writ-
ten a number of articles on ele-
mentary education for national
publications
Mrs. Liebman is a member of the
Board of the Miami Symphony
< !ub. the Education Committee of
the National Conference of Chris-
tuns and Jew* and Executive Com-
mittee of the Bureau of Jewish
Education
She and her husband. Seymour
Liebman.
Sisterhood to Meet
Monthly luncheon of the Sister-
hood of the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation will be held in
the social hall of the Synagogue
on December 16th. at 12:30 p.m
Assisting Mrs Irvin Sirkin. chair
man. will be the Mesdames Simon
April, Gabriel Perlman. Mollie Har-
rison and Max Spiegel.
Internationally known Cantor
Berele Chagy is now a guest at the
Strath Haven Hotel. Miami Beach.
Cantor Chagy will spend the winter
there.
Edward Richard Mufson. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mul-
son. 4544 North Jefferson Ave-
nue. Miami Beach, was Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Decem-
ber 5th. at Temple Beth Shol-
om. Rabbi Leon Kronish of-
ficiated. Edward, a student
at Beth Sholom Religious !
School, is in the eighth grade
of Nautilus Junior High I
School. I

Leon Jacob Schcr
Bar Mitzvah Here
The Bar Mitzvah of Leon Jacob
Scher. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Scher. 1040 Lenox Avenue. Miami
Beach, will take place on Saturday
at the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offici-
ate.
Leon is an eighth grade student
at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School and attends the Religious
School of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
Miss Maria t.rf
Bertman, Goodman
Troth Announced
Miss Marlene Bertman and Jerry
Goodman are engaged. The bride-
elect has already received her ring
from her high school sweetheart.
Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Bertman. of 1024 Michigan Avenue.
Miami Beach, announced the en-
gagement at a family dinner here.
Mr Goodman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Murray Goodman. 8344
B\n>n Avenue. Miami Beach
Ufl Itcrtman graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami,
where she was a member of Phi
Sigma Sigma Sorority. She is now-
employed by the Hotel and Restau-
rant Employees and Bartenders' In-
ternational Union.
Mr. Goodman graduated from j
Lindsey Hopkins Vocational School |
and attended the UM and the I'm
IWIHJI of Florida. He is a member
of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. He
will leave for the service some time I
this month.
Sidney Shapiro Bar
Mitzvah at Academy
Sidney Shapiro, son of Reverend
and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. 929 Mer-
idian Avenue, Miami Beach, will
(become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, at the Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin
{cipal. will deliver the sermon and
present the confirmation certifi-
cate. He will speak on: Is Bar
Mil/Yah A Climax.
Sidney is a member of the senior
class in the English and Hebrew
: Departments of the Academy. He
i- also a member of the Young
1 Judaea group and the Hebrew
| Academy Chorus He will chant
the Musaf services and read the
entire Portion of the Law from the
Scroll in addition to the recitation
of the Haftorah.
Reverend Shapiro is a Board
member of the Hebrew Academy
Daddies' Club, a member of the
Board of Education at the Academy
and was former president of Agu-
das Hashochtim
Mrs. Shapiro is on the Board of
Directors of the Hebrew Academy
Women and a chairman of Oneg
Shabbat. sponsored by the women's
organization.
Kiddush will be served at the
conclusion of the services.
iWeisses Honey moon
On Tour of Mexico
Honeymooning in Mexico follow-
1 ing a double ring ceremony are
Lenore Beverly Coplan and Sher-
hurt S. Weiss. Officiating at the
ceremony was Rabbi Morris Skop,
j of the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
The wedding dinner was held at the
Sherry Frontenac Hotel, Miami
Beach.
The former Miss Coplan is the
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave
G. Coplan, of Miami and Deland,
Florida. She is a graduate of Mi-
, ami Beach High School, attended
Miami University and has been
active in theatre groups both lo-
cally and in California.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. Her gown was of
French chantilly lace bodice with
nylon tulle skirts. She wore white
orchids.
Mr. Weiss, formerly of Youngs
town, Ohio, is the son of Mrs. Rose
MrS. JtfSfMl m. M#9#f
i?
Mrs. Shtrkvrt S. Weiu
Weiss. 610 SW 18th Avenue. Mi-
ami. He received the LLB degree
from Ohio Northern University
and is a member of the Ohio and
Florida Bar Associations. He is ac-
tive in local civic organizations.
Mrs. Ben Z. Grenald was matron
of honor, and Al Wise, brother-in-
law of the groom, was best man.
Out-of-town guests included
Hugh Coplan, Washington. D.C.,
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg,
Detroit. Michigan, and Mr. and Mrs.
Geerge GoodfriendrNew Ye.
The couple will be at home at
221 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables.
Airs. Goldberg Named Chesed
Shel tmess President for
Third Consecutive Term
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess
will hold its installation dinrer on
Sunday. December 13th. at 6 p.m.,
in the Dora August Memorial Hall.
Mrs. Israel Goldberg will be in
stalled as president of the Sister-
hood for the third consecutive year.
Others are the Mesdames Anna
Block and Rachael Sakawitz. 1st
and 2nd vice president: Sarah
Stone, treasurer: Fred Ochs, re-
cording and correspondent secre-
tary; and Sam Geltner. financial
sectary and publicity chairman.
Board of Directors includes
Nathan Alexander and the Mes-
dames M. Gold. Anna Gruberg. Gus-
sie Hershbein, Lizzie Litt, Sam
Okanoff, Pauline Rappaport. Mary
Wengrow. Celia Wilner and Mr.
and Mrs. David Singer.
Lippson. Sakowitz
Engagement Told
Miss Ruth Lynn Lippson and
Theodore J. Sakowitz are engaged.
The bride elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Lippson, 725
SW 23rd Road, Miami.
Mr. Sakowitz is the son of Mrs.
Rachel Sakowitz. 1533 SW 3rd
Street, and the late Asriel B. Sak-
owitz.
Miss Lippson graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and attend-
ed the University of Miami and
the University of Florida. She is
now employed as a medical secre-
tary.
Mr. Sakowitz graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School and the
University of Miami School of Bus-
iness Administration and College
of Law. He was the first president
of the Hillel Foundation on the U
of M campus and belonged to Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
He is chairman of the Beth El
Academy.
HnSUlL' n Bear?
Elaine Goldsmith "
The bride. whTrf?!
Abbott Avenue S'
the daughter of ft.
uel Goldsmith, M
Maid of honor was he-,
Naomi Kramer. Jack ^1
BfiV,he "
The bride was attired,
ster white tissue tUta,,
dress. Her veil con,?'
wreath of orange bit
shoulder length nylon g
a Bible_ covered with whjJ
Newly wed Mrs. S*W ,
the High School of UL!
and the Collegiate Sent
lege in New York City i
employed by the >
of Variety Artists.
The groom, of Mizail
the son of Mr. and Mn,
Siegel, New York City, j
ed Syracuse University
York University la* j
also served for three,
seas with the Armed Fs.
at present co-owner of i
Road Package Store.
A late afternoon
at the Sherry FronieattJ
lowed the ceremony. 11
will make their home ken]
Abbott Avenue. Miami|
Proceeds for
Rose Perte.-. presided j
Chapter. Mizrachi V
week announced a hi
card party (or Tuesday. I
15th. at the home of Mali
Clein. 1860 SW 4th
lessen are Rachel
Bertha Shatz.
I'M Professors to
Honor David Messer
At His Bar Mitzvah
David William, son of Mr. Sam-
uel Messer. 250 NW 49th Avenue),
will become Bar Mitzvah at the
KJaaler-Granada Jewish Communi-
ty Center on Saturday. December
12th. at 10 a.m.
David attends Kinloch Junior
High School, where he is a member
of the band. Patrol Board and ath-
letic group. He has been nominat-
ed several times as "outstanding
citizen" of his school.
He is also one of the outstanding
students of the Center's Religious
School, taking the examination for
Bar Mitzvah given by the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Faculty members at the Univer-
sity of Miami will be among guests
of honor. Father of the Bar Mitz-
vah is Associate Professor of Edu-
cation at the University.
Others will include Sol and Ted
Messer. of Mount Freedom, NJ..
Mrs. Eleanor Day, of Lake Ronkon-
kona, N.J.. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Werner, of Dayton. Ohio, and Mrs.
Laura Singer, of New York, aunts
and uncles of the Bar Mitzvah.
David will chant the traditional
blessings and address the congre-
gation. Rev. Leo Heim, religious
leader, will officiate and speak in
behalf of the celebrants.
Mr. and Mrs. Abrahaa]
of 526 15th Street Mia
announce the birth of i
grandchild. Lori-Sue. otj
December 6th. Shei.-tief
of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Wn
lyn. New York Mrs W*
former Florence Tun* tfj
YijO
L
v
Nathaniel Alan He
of Mr. and Mrs. Josepkl
berg. 961 West 4ttT
Miami Beach, will
Bar Mitzvah on S
December 12th. 10:4S i
Temple Beth Sholom.
Leon Kronish will d
Nathaniel, a student all
Sholom Religious ScW
in the seventh jade *>
tilus Junior rhghjc^*j
Salanter Ycshiva
Student Bar Mil
At Center Satur
Lester Brickman. sobi
Mrs. Frank Brichmw. 1U
Avenue. Miami Beacfc, -
brate the occasion of W"
van on Saturday. DgJ.
at the Miami BeackJ^Jj
Rabbi Irving Lebroas
The Bar Mitzvah **
the Salanter Yestovaitv
for four years W *"
Hebrew Academy *
where he graduated
receiving The J**
Award for essay **j
Currently. hes/J|
student a. MjaauBajy
High School His IWJ"!
an open house'n W^
home on Sunday 4J^J|
Mr. BncWmw <
koaher foods for t*w
Beach


DECEMBER 11. 1953
Levenson, Benjamin Sell West
>r Track For Reported $2,000,000
*Jewisti fhridiarj
PAGE 7 A
Hrcht, Jr.. of Miami
new president of the
fgler Kennel Club which
was sold by Jacob Sher
Dissociates, S. C. Levenson
bre Benjamin, for approxi-
t'.OOO.OOO.
along with Jack Cooper,
president of Miami Beach,
[ the famous greyhound
fcnler from its former own-
is the Track's new vice
while Laurence Leven-
kmi attorney and son of
enson, is new secretary-
Lw owners of West Flagler
In natives of this area for
flrs. Hecht has been here
11. coming from Jackson-
is president of the East
jitributors and of the West
fruit Company.
has been a Miami Beach
Ifor the past 17 years. He
import-export and the
lion business. He is asso-
Ith the DeFonce Construc-
ppany, which presently is
[pumping stations for the
piami sewer project.
is a close friend of the
lamily and has been active
|ng about a better under-
of inter-American rela-
th the Dominican Repub-
|w owners said that the op-
|f the West Flagler track
ain in the hands of Sher
associates, Levenson and
nges in the track's person-
Ibc made, Hecht and Coop-
The same officials who
*^/ have served West Flagler so well
in the past will be with the track
in the future.
"You can't beat success, and
West Flagler certainly has been
successful," Hecht explained. "W
plan to make changes in the physi-
cal aspects of the track as progress
dictates," he added.
West Flagler Kennel Club was
founded in 1930, by Sher and his
associates, and under the leader-
ship of these men the track has
grown to be one of the largest and
most famous in the nation.
Many outstanding features have
been introduced to greyhound rac-
ing in this country by Sher and his
associates. West Flagler Kennel
Club introduced the all-glass start-
ing box to the sport.
Among other features introduced
to the sport by West Flagler was
the timing of greyhounds to 110th
of a second by a huge electric clock
visible to all fans at the track, the
electric describer board which
flashes the leaders in a race at the
various positions on the track and
an open-air, steam-heated grand-
stand, the only one in America to-
day.
West Flagler was one of the pion-
eers in hurdle racing.in this coun-
try. The hurdle events were halt-
ed during the second World War
but were reintroduced to grey;
hound racing in the United States
by West Flagler several years ago.
Last season, the world's richest
all-time greyhound stake was stag-
ed at West Flagler. It was the
Breeders' Nursery and carried a
purse of $47,500. Other gigantic
stakes staged by Flagler last year
were the $28,000 Breeders' Futur-
ity, $7,500 all-Florida Medley and
miiiiiuiii
i 11 it.
New owners of West Flagler Kennel Club (left), and Isadore
Hecht, Jr. (second from left), are pictured here with Jacob Sher
(third from left) and S. C. Levenson (extreme right). Hecht and
Cooper purchased the Miami canine oval for $2,000,000 from
Sher and his ass6ciates, Levenson and I. Benjamin. Hecht is
new president of the track. Cooper is vice president.
Botian't flying Fingers of Radio
III HAUSIR v
at the piano
Singer of Jewish and English Sengs
AVAILABLE WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS
SHOWS and COCKTAIL LOUNGES
For information pleas* call 5-3277
Miami Convalescent Home
Specializing in Care to the Elderly and
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Serv-
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Private and Semi-Private Rooms.
LEO ALLEN. Director
335 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phones 2.5437 and 9-0278
GREETINGS
Radio Doctors
South Miami Coral Gables
Southwest Section
RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE
5716 S. DIXIE HIGHWAT
Phone 87-6877
the $10,000 West Flagler Derby,
an event often referred to as the
Kentucky Derby of greyhound rac-
ing.
This stake program totaled close
to $90,000, the richest stake pro-
gram in the history of greyhound
racing.
-AGED WOMAN
seeking position of cook
ote family. Must be strictly
Prefer sleeping in. Mr*. Mollie
191 I. 32nd St., Hialeah,
1-8673.
SINGLE ROOM -
For Gentleman
LARGE ROOM
twin Beds for Couple
one 3-9666, A. Jungleib
75 S.W. 15th Avenue
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pie or two girls. T.V.
ps. Call 7-4339.
Near
i vysy^(Sys>KiS) IZZY It SAM TENDRICH
invift you fo use
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All Rooms on Ground Floor 5 Acres Nice Grounds
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An Important Message to the Many Friends and Customers of
FOOD FAIR STORES
a n d
CARLS MARKETS
A message about greater value and
- finer quality for your food dollar
Food Fair Stores are pleased to bring you the news
that Carls Markets are now part of the famous Food
Fair family.
This means that these two outstanding: chains of
Food Department Stores in South Florida begin
operation as one greater organization. Together
they will comprise 45 large and modern market*
in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties.
Food Fair in Florida will operate four warehouses,
with a large bakery in addition to its 45 outlets. .
With co-workers totaling in excess of 2000 persons.
> working together as one organization and com-
bining our facilities, Food Fair and Carls Markets
will naturally be able to offer you even greater
convenience, finer service and fuller value than ever
before. Here you will find the largest and best
variety of famous brands, and the freshest of per-
ishable food products.
As this great South Florida area continues its
phenomenal growth, so will we continue to build
more and more Food Department Stores to serve
your needs. Actually several new ones are right
now under construction.
If you are not already a customer of Food Fair or
Carls Markets, we hope to see you soon.
We look forward to more pleasant visits from our
very many wonderful friends and customers in
Florida.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1953
SEC. B
Jrs. Cohen Attends
jionist Assembly
Mrs. George M. Cohen, chair-
man of the Ziohisl Council of
Lulh Florida, attended the first
fconist Assembly held in New
fork City. Hadassah. the Worn-
ns Zionist Organization, appoint-
Mrs. Cohen as representative
Com South Florida.
["The 500 delegates who attended
he assembly represented every
fcctor of the Zionist Community in
fir United States.
{Objective was to establish a
oader base of fraternal and co-
...tive relations within Ameri-
j Zionism and to prepare for an
Itensified Zionist effort in the
Inited States without impairing
|e participating groups, Mrs. Co-
en explained.
Van Straaten Testimonial Dinner Set
for Sunday; Dignitaries will Attend
More than 300 persons are ex
pected to attend a testimonial din-
ner Sunday night at the new Ster-
ling Hotel which will honor Alex
Van Straaten, past president of the
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
trict. Leo Robinson, chairman of i
the $25-a-plate function, said Wed-
nesday that "interest has picked
up sharply this week, and our func-
tion seems assured of success."
Mayor Abe Aronovitz, of Miami,
'."v. >' '.'.
lapai Party Abandons
Bcialist Flag in Israel Schools
ItEI. AVIV (JTA) The Mapai
any has settled the issue of
ether state schools should fly
Socialist red flag, and whether
kildrcn in the schools should sing
ie Socialist Internationale, by vot-
|g to prohibit the use of the labor
Eg and anthem in the schools,
he vote on the issue, which less
ban a year ago threatened to split
he government, was unofficially
Sported at 108 for the ban, 28
gainst and 22 abstentions.
spoke at the Zionist Luncheon,
Club on Wednesday, which heard
Robinson urge all members to at-
tend the dinner. A large attend-
ance at the Shelborne Hotel heard
the recently-elected chief executive
praise the work of Miami Beach I
Zionists.
Judge Joseph Goldberg, of Wor-'
cester, Massachusetts, national vice i
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will be the prin-
cipal speaker at Sunday's dinner.
It will be the first public function
at the Sterling, which opened on
Tuesday at 6767 Collins Avenue.
Attorney General Nathaniel L.
Goldstein, of New York, will pre-
sent Van Straaten with a citation
for his contributions to the Zionist
cause in the 13 years since he mov-
ed to Florida from Philadelphia.
Van Straaten, an active leader
in Philadelphia communal affairs
and president of two hospitals
there, has been membership chair-
man of the Beach Zionist District
since its inception. A member of
the Board of Directors, he is the
current treasurer of the district.
Under Van Straaten's leadership,
the Zionist District has grown to
more than 1.200 members, making
Altx Van Straoltn
it the largest ZOA group in -the
South.
Vice Mayor Harold B. Spaet. of
Miami Beach, has proclaimed Bun-
day as Alex Van Straaten Day. Our
entire city salutes the efforts of
Mr. Van Straaten, whose untiring
efforts have kept Miami Beach in
the forefront of national Zionist
affairs for many years," Judge
Spaet said.
Fred Jonas, president of the dis-
trict and vice chairman of the din-
ner, reported that reservations are
still available for the function. Pro-
ceeds from the dinner will go to
the American Zionist tFund, which
is the financial arm of the ZOA.
Uncooperative
Hotels Flayed
By Weinkle
Carl Weinkle, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
this week told residents here that
many local hotels, although de-
riving substantial income from or-
ganizational activities, "do not
support or give only token contri-
butions to our Combined Jewish
Appeal and other worthy Jewish
and general causes."
Weinkle pointed out that many
of the national parent organiza-
tions of local affiliates, unaware
of local conditions, have in the
past arranged important conven-
tions and by this action have giv-
en tacit, though unknowingly, ap-
proval to the uncooperative com-
munity attitude of these hotels.
"I know you will agree," Wein-
kle indicated, "that firms which
have shown no concern for the
welfare of our local Jewish com-
munity do not merit the support
of organizations dedicated to pro-
moting that welfare."
Supported by the CJA Execu-
tive Committee here to request
that organizations refrain from
patronizing these hotels, Weinkle
urged the organizations "to pre-
vail upon their respective nation-
al parent bodies to follow the
sawe course."
leo Robinson
Ian Bart to Star in Fort Lauderdale
Salute to Israel at Temple Emanu-EI
With Jan Bart, internationally
|pnowned star of stage, radio and
j'jht clubs as the guest entertain-
Ihe Jewish community of Fort
lUderdale and Broward County
participate in a Salute to- Is-
rally next Sunday night, De-
fcmber 13th. at Temple Emanu-EI,
B01 South Andrews Avenue, Fort
kuderdale, beginning at 8i30 p.m.
This is the first State of Israel
loi.a rally to be held in Fort Lau-
lenlale and a record turnout is ex-
pected, according to William
pitchman, chairman of the Fort
lauderdale Bonds of Israel Gov-
ernment Committee. Delegations
rom Jewish organizations in Hol-

vatory of Warsaw and the Berlin
Conservatory of Music, Bart toured
1,000 cities with the Major Bowes
units as a young singer and then
joined the Willie and Eugene How-
ard show to tour Australia. New
Zealand and South Africa. Since
then, his rise in pouularity has
been steady and spectacular.
The State of Israel Bond Issue
is the central source of investmen'
capital for Israel's historic pro-
gram of economic development
Funds derived through the sale o'
Israel Bonds are making possible
the growth of industry, the expan-
sion of irrigation and agriculture,
the construction of roads, harbors
and railways, and the building of
new homes to meet the needs of Is-
rael's hundreds of thousands ot
new citizens.
new York Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein (center) is welcomed to Florida by (left to
right) R Williams Apte. Mayor Abe Aronovitz of Miami and Mrs. Louis Glasser. On the right
is Michael M. Nisselson. director of developm ent for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Apte and Mrs. Glasser are Greater Miami co-c hairmen of the medical college campaign of
which Goldstein is national chairman.
Imm Bart
lywdod, Miami Beach and Miami
'll attend the rally.
Other members of the Fort. Lau-
Berdale Committee include Robert
P'oom, Mrs. Gladys B. Danart.
ouis Garfield, Harry Goldberg.
eonard Harris, Dr. and Mrs. A. E.
Kaufman, Abe Markowitz, Bernard
"'"man. Rabbi and Mrs. Marius
Panson. Joe Schuster, Louis Ster-
P'OK- I. A. Sterling, Alfred Stone
"id Charles Zucker.
Jan Bart, who now appears on his
D*n radio show on Sunday after-
noons, is equally well known on
Wester and night club stages, and
JJ* starred in the movie Catskill
IMoneymoon, which tells of his rise
n "how business. His records in
"en different languages have
Itoade him a favorite on the Conti-
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| Mates.
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liamians To Attend Three-Day Annual
IJA Meeting in New York on Weekend
NEW YORKThe amount of
Kid which American Jews will be
tailed on to make available to the
liwish Appeal in 1954 for the
ettlement and a development of
Israel, the welfare and rehabilita-
tion of distressed Jews in Euro-
pean and Moslem lands and refu
gee reception and adjustment in
Ihe United States will be assessed
and fixed by more than 1,200
Idelegates. representing communi-
ties throughout the 48 States as
they meet in New York Decem-
ber 11th through 13th for the an-
lual national conference of the
L'.IA, it was announced this week
ay Edward M. M. Warburg, gen-
eral chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
The three-day annual Confer-
ence, to be held at the Waldorf
i-toria Hotel, will determine the
sums to be sought from America's
Jewish communities on the basis
&f the financial needs presented
by the UJA's three constituent
ijencies, the United Israel Ap-
peal, Joint Distribution Commit-
tee and United Service for New
vmericans. Each agency, Warburg
said, will submit a detailed state-
Iment ot its budgetary require-
i-nts for the coming year and at
the same time will report on its
(achievements during 1953.
A group of prominent leaders
kvill represent the Greater Miami
Ijewish community at the annual
[national conference, it has been
[announced by Aaron M. Kanner,
[campaign chairman of the 1954
I Combined Jewish Appeal.
Named to represent the Greater
[.Miami area are Mr. and Mrs. Carl
iWeinkle, Howard Kane, Mr. a"nd|
BUrs. Sam J. Heiman, Charles;
Fruchtman, Harry Sirkin, Mr. and
plrs. Lou Goldman, Faye Ablin,
| Kanner, and Benjamin B. Rosen
berg, executive director of the
[Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The conference, in setting the
[stage for the UJA's 1954 nation-
wide campaign, which will come
' as its 16th successive annual drive
lor funds, will hear from a roster
of noted American, Israeli and
Jewish communal figures. Among
these are Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt,
Israel Finance Minister Levi Esh-
kol, Israel Ambassador to the
United States Abba S. Eban. Mos-
es VV. Beckelman, director gen-
era"
Committee, and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, executive vice chairman
ol the United Jewish Appeal.
The Conference will also assess
the results of an emergency four-
month drive for 825000,000 in cash
which the Appeal launched at the
beginning of September u a spe
cial measure for the meeting of
winter relief needs in Israel,
Europe and North Africa The
cash drive has been under the
national chairmanship of Joseph
Holtzman of Detroit, who is also
a national campaign chairman of
the UJA.
Mrs. Miller Named to
Head Drama Department
At Hebrew Academy
Mrs. Gershon Miller, local speech
consultant and dramatics director,
will head the Dramatics Depart-
ment of the Hebrew Academy, it
was announced this week by Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal.
Secular Jewish Education
To be Discussed at Forum
Der Yiddish Forum, sponsored
by the Greater-Miami YIVO Com-
mittee, opened its third season
on Saturday evening at the Kne-
seth Israel Congregation with a
lecture and readings of his poetry
by Itzik Manger.
This year, the Forum series will
again be devoted to a varied pro-
gram of lecturers, discussions and
literary evenings, according to an
announcement here.
On Saturday evening. Decem-
ber 12th, guest speaker will be
Zalmon Efroikin, national direc-
tor of Jewish Education of the
Workmen's Circle of America.
Topic of his discussion is sched-
uled as: Secular Jewish Educa-
tion.
PAGE 3 B
Kahn Circle to Meet
The Shirley B. Kahn Circle No.
1714, Companions of the Forest
of America, will meet on Thurs-
day, December 17th, 8 p.m., at
the Alcazar Hotel.
Eleanor Ratelle in Talk
Eleanor Ratelle, of the Miami Her-
aid Glamour C'inic, was guest
speaker at the Dieter's Anonymous
Club, of the Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center Thursday.
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Casts for Musical
Casting for a musical review to
be staged by the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom will begin on
I Monday evening, December 14th, 8
: p.m., in the Temple Banquet Hall,
I according to an announcement this
week.
Men, as well as women, will be
included in the cast, stated Mrs.
Aaron Farr, chairman of the re-
view project.
Mrs. Trixie Levin is producer and
dirctor of the show which will be
given on March 23rd and 24th for
the benefit of the Beth Sholom Re-
ligious School.
Mrs. Bert S. Klee is Sisterhood
president.
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Mrs. Miller, a graduate of North-
western University School o f
Speech and a teacher of speech
correction in the Chicago high
school system, is now directing the
Dramatic Departments at the Jew-
ish Center and the Miami Beach
Community Center. She has been
doing radio broadcasting for var-
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gramming for children's shows dur-
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Mrs. Miller is a member of the
First Dramatic Trio and has been
Of the Joint Distribution prescnting piavs and package pro-
grams for clubs and organizations.
In her new post, Mrs. Miller will
teach speech to the Senior classes
In addition to voting 1954 fi- at tne Academy and will supervise
ancial objectives and reviewing a)| dramatic programs in the He-
past accomplishmnts of the Ap-, Drew an,| English Departments
peal and its beneficiary agencies, i (nere
the Conference will elect UJA na-
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' year.
Her first assignment will be to
direct the dramatic and musical
program for the Hebrew Academy's
annual dinner scheduled for Janu-
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Myers Reelected GM JCC President
At Annual Meeting; Board Named
Stanley C. Myers was reelected
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community (enter at an
nnual meeting held this week in
he Center's Town Branch Over
200 Center members participi'
the election, wnicl ced '
'.. Mrs Hill and A
Budd Cutler, vice pn -
>ari Weinkk treasure!
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A lane Board of Directors
abo chosen to serve for the com-
ing year. Richard Fink sent
chairman of the meeting which fea
tured an annual report of the pre>i
dent.
Myers indicated that the Center
is now beginning to meet the chal
'enge of keeping pace with the
rapid growth of population in Dade
Comity, by providing extension
unices in new and outlying areas
of the community.
Refreshments were served by
members of the Center's Adult So-
cial Group, under the leadership
of Mrs. Paula Orlik.
. following Center member* a
lected to iii* Board of l' i
Ackednian, Charle* Adelman.
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The Psychological Discussion
Group of the Miami Beach Division.
National Council of Jewish Women,
will meet on Thursday. December
17th. 8 p.m.. at the Delano Hotel.
Speaker will be Dr. Lester A.
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in a talk on: The Relationship Of
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hold a dinner at the Royal Hungar-
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Philip Weiss, chairman of the af-
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Sophie Krantz. president.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of the Beth David Syna-
gogue-, will be main speaker.
In charge of arrangements are
the Mesdames rlsther Yaffe. Rose
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1IDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1953
*tJewistifk)ridrian
'nai B'rith Women
late Local Affairs
|B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters
South Florida will participate
llh the B'nai B'rith Men's Lodges
I the mass initiation of new mem-
Lr^ ;it which Mr. Philip Klutznick.
Iternational president, will pre
on Thursday evening, Decem-
Jr 17th, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami
lach Jewish Center.
|B nai B'rith leaders in the com-
iinity will meet separately with
lutznick on Tuesday, December
In. at the Monte Carlo Hotel, at
B(i p.m., together with the Boards
[the various chapters. There will
a reception honoring Klutznick
llowing the meeting.

Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
fith Women will hold their week
Menorah games party at the
ess Hotel on Wednesday, De-
nber 16th, at 1 p.m., Mrs. Clare
bcs is in charge of arrangements.
> > < <
Plans for the over-all donor
kchcon sponsored by the B'nai
Bth Women's Council of South
rida are being completed ac-
jing to Miss Edythe Fleischer,
i president and donor chairman.
fhv luncheon will take place on
fsday. February 9th, at the Di
Hotel with the Miami, Cora!
es, Eleanor Roosevelt, Emma
arus and Tropical Chapters of
|ai B'rith Women participating.
>
v Herman Brenner, president
oral Gables Chapter of B'nai
Ith Women, announces the next
fetmfi at the Coral Gables Jewish
ler, 320 Palermo Avenue, on
pmber 22nd, at 8:30 p.m.
its. Frank Wellins, southeastern
si B'rith Youth Organization
ict chairman, will introduce
ogram.
i-akers will be George Lefcoe,
si 11n1 of the Youth Council and
and Miss Barbara Pearl, Dis-
No. 5 officer of B'nai B'rith
A musical cantata will be
ented.
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rs. Marie Volpe will interview
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lay, December 12th, over sta-
WKAT, at 6:30 p.m. Miss See-
will be guest soloist with the
fersity of Miami Symphony
iestra, under the baton of John
sr. on December 13th and 14th.
Ninety years old and still an active business executive, Mrs.
Regina Margareten, tireless matriarch of the Horowitz and
Margareten families, prepares for the task of distributing her
huge birthday cake. This sprightly great-great grandmother,
who never misses a day's work, boasts of 18 grandchildren,
36 great-grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren in
her five-generation family. The multi-million dollar business
she directs was once a neighborhood grocery store which she,
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Horowitz Brothers and Margareten became world famous for
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Jacob Schiff. 3111 Bay Koad, Miami
Beach, on Wednesday, December
16th, 1 p.m. Members of the Dis-
cussion Group of the Henrietta
Szold Hadassah are sponsors. Mrs.
Harry B. Rogers is Phairman.
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*JeniitflewkUar
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Jqseph Rackovsky will
officiate and diseims: Our Accus-
ers. At 4 p.m.. Rabbi Rackovsky
will preach on the Weekly Portion.
Mincha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at MO a.m. Rabbi ST.
Swirsky will officiate and discuss:
Taking Time Out To Live. A class
in Talmud, conducted by Rabbi
Samuel Krolowitz. is slated for 4:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Swirsky will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Junior services
are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Joseph R Narot
officiating. Cantor Jacob Born
stein will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Subject of the
Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as:
Rabbis. Prayers And Legislatures.
Saturday morning services are at
11 a.m.. when Joel Levin, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M Levin,
will become Bar Mitzvah.

BETH DAVID SVfOGOGUE will
hold late Friday evening services
at 8 15 pm. with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Cantor Maurice Mamches
officiating. The choir, under the
direction of Miriam Donnerstag.
will ;i-M-t Dr. Jacob Cunningham,
director of the Florida Region. Na
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews, will discuss: Holiday Ob-
servances In The Public Schools
An Oneg Shabbat will follow spon-
sored by Mr>. Rebecca Castle Flor-
al offerings will be by Mr and
Mrs Jack Mintzer Saturday morn-
services are at 9 am. Rabbi
Shapiro Will tUtflttl the Weekly
P irtiOD Duly services are at 7:30
a m. and 5:15 p.m.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
institute will hold Fridaj eve.
ring services at 5 p.m. Oneg Shab-
foruma are al 8 p.m with Rah
Isaac Ever discussing current
n relation to the Weekly
Portion Saturday morning services
Bl 9 ajn when Rabbi Kver will
ich the lermoo Kiddusfa will
follow. Mincha Is at 4 40 p m {ol-
red b) Shaloa Seudoi with Max
tor of PHtsburgh, ai boat
ariv will follow Dail) services
i' B 90 i in and at 5 p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold serv
vices at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morn
ing services are at 8:30 am. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate and dis-
cuss: Power Of Brotherly lve
Cantor Berele Kelemer will chant
I the musical portion of the litgury.
A class in Mishna is slated for 4:30
p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.
Late services are at 8:15 p.m.. with
Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating
and discussing: Why All The Pun-
ishment. The Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Brown in honor of their
50th wedding anniversary Cantor
N. Yolles will chant the liturgy-
Saturday morning services are at
8*30 a.na. Rabbi Malavsky will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha
bal3pm. followed by Shalos
ISRAEL CONGREGA-
vmU hold Friday evening
serves at 5 p.m. Late services are at
8:15 p.a. with Rabbi Abraham
('asset officiating and discussing:
The Power Of Prayer. Cantor Abra-
ham Sent will render the musical
portion of the liturgy, assisted by
the School Choir. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8 a.m. Study
h.ur will be at 4:15 p.m. Mincha is
at 5 p.m. Unity services are at 8
a.m. aad 4*4# p.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services at
8:30 pm. with Rabbi Moses Mes- i
cheloff officiating and discussing: |
American Jews And World Jewry.
Cantor Aaron Weingarten will ren-
der the musical portions of the lit
urgy. Saturday morning services
are at 830 am. when Rabbi Mes
cheloff will discuss. Visions And
Peed- Junior services are slated at
9 a.m.. under the direction of Ben-
jamin Kaminetzky. Refreshments
will tie served by the Sisterhood,
with Mrs Aaron Weingarten and
Mr- Abraham Bergman as bostej
scv Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed
b) Shalos Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff
will diacuas the Weekly Portion.
Daily services are .it 7 and 8 a in
and at 5 and 5:30 p.m.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen
lei at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating and discussing:
Cult And Forgiveness This theme
will be viewed as an aspect of the
Biblical Joseph and a character by
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when Jimmy Tavss, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Tavss. 3930 SW 5th Ter
race, will become Bar Mitzvah. Can
tor Irving Robinson will render the
musical portions of the liturgy- P""-
ents of the Bar Mitzvah will be
bests at the Kidduah of Sanctifica-
tion following the service.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 5 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating and dis-
cussing: Portrait Of A JewFact
And Fiction. Cantor Philip Brum-
mer will chant the liturgy, assisted
by the Center Choir. Saturday-
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on the Weekly Portion. The Bar
Mitzvoth of Lester, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Brickman. and Leon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scher.
will take place during the service.
Daily services are in the chapel at
8 am. and 5:15 p.m.

HEBREW ACADECMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Alexander
Gross will discuss: Is Bar Mitzvah
Climax. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15
p.m. Sunday morning services arc
at 8 a.m.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER w.ll hold
Friday morning services at 8:15
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m.. with Rev. Leo Heim officiat-
ing and chanting the liturgy. Sub-
ject of his sermon is scheduled as:
The Individual And The Communi-
ty. An Onenj Shabbat follows. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m.. wheat David W. Me.sscr will
become Bar Mitzvah Students of
the Religious School will assist Rev.
Heim with the liturgy Daily serv-
ices are in the chapel at 7:30 p.m.

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS Jew-
ish Community Center will hold
Friday evening services in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fraidlin who are
marking their 41st wedding anni
versary. itabbi Harry Ettinger will
officiate and discuss: Revelation
Cantor Israel Kershner will render
the musical portions of the liturgy
The Oneg Shabbat following will
be sponsored by the Fraidlins and
Mr. and Mrs. N Becker.

TEMPLE SINAI, Hollywood, will
hold Friday evening services at
8:30 p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro will
officiate and preach on the topic:
The Jewish Concept Ol The Mes
siah Members of the Young Macca
bean Boys will participate under
the direction of Bernard Goldman
advisor Cantor Joseph W Malek
will render the musical porti. n- ot
tin' liturgy Saturday morning serv
ues are at 9 a.m.. when Rev I
dechai llaalman will assist. Kabbi
Shapiro will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Junior services are at 10
a.m.

MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rab-
bi Boris Rackovsky will officiate
and discuss: A Debt Repaid. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow, with Mil-
ton Eber. child psychologist at the
University of Miami Child Guid-
ance Clinic, as guest speaker. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen
ryOkolica officiating and discus-
sion: Eternal Light. The Oneg Shab-
bat following will be prepared by
the Sisterhood. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Daily evening
services are scheduled for 6 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and discussing: Holly-
wood Turns To Religion For Salva-
tion. An Oneg Shabbat will follow
in honor of Mrs. Camillie Baum,
one of the founders of Beth Shol-
om on the occasion of her 80th
birthday. Saturday mornings serv-
ices are at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar
Mitzvah of Nathaniel Alan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herzberg, will
take place. Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold early evening services
Friday at 5:15 p.m.. and late Serv-
vices at 830 p.m., with Rabbi Max
M Landman officiating, assisted by
Cantor David Bagley and the mixed
choir. And The Children Of Israel
Shall Be. Counted Once More will
be the topic of the Rabbi's sermon.
An Oneg Shabbat will fsMow
Services will begin at 9 a.m.. Satur-
day Rabbi landman will speak on
The Birth Of Th. r^5^*!
ISr Jun",r iSaiH
hold serv cpsintrS^*1
Mmcha will b?t2>!
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TlfERETH ISA**,
S.DE CENTER ^
evening services at a-jaT?
Rabbi Lou, rasseTo^
Cantor Albert Glanu *?
M musical portions oltb, I
An Oneg Shabbat, tendered^
Sisterhood, will follow Z *:
SaaUmday morninS -rvicesl;
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CPiJ
will hold early FridVv J?
services at 5:15 p.m.. JJ
Abraham Goldstein. Late!!
are at 8:30 p m Rabbi AlfreTt!
man will officiate, assisted > *
Center Choir under the dim*
of Jerome Taft. SubjeetTi
Rabbi's sermon is schedule
Have You A Father Or Ate
The Oneg Shabbat followT.
be sponsored by Mr. and )hi)
fred Fogel. Saturday gq
services are at 9 am Mwcsu
be at 5:15 p.m.. followed br 1
iv.
Anshe Ernes Service,
Congregation Anshe Ema,]
| SW 24th Avenue, will holds
on Friday evening at 5 pm _
day morning services will bti
a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs'
officiate and preach on Ha tori
Slavery The Price 0( Jafel
Mincha will be at 4.30 p.m.. W|
ed by Shalos Seudos.
Hebrew School MeetingJ
A regular meeting of Mia
brew School and Conaregaa
be held Wednesday evenug]
ccmber 16th. at 830 p.m.. ill
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GLOBAL SHORTS
sset Adopts Low Giving
pities to Notional Fund
btUSALEM (JTA) The Israel
lament adopted a law this week
kilting the Jewish National
J to register as an Israeli cor-
tion and giving it certain pri-
es in the acquisition of land
he Jewish State. All deputies
pt the Communists voted for
measure. Earlier, at a confer-
here, Dr. Abraham Granott,
of the JNF, reported that 80
mi of all land owned in Israel
ews is held by the JNF.
|lan King Protests British
rch Support of Jews
jNDON (JTA) King Hussein
Irdan has protested to the Brit-
tnbassador at Amman over the
(that the Church Of England
fcpaper published an editorial
orting Israel's position on the
refugees and castigated the
states for refusing to make
and for failing to take con-
ftivc action to help the refu-
The new King of Saudi
|ia, in a statement issued
Vgh the Saudi Arabian Em-
in Cairo, declared this week
[in his view "Israel has com-
pel flagrant aggression" in the
fent dispute with Jordan.
ton for Arabs in Israel
ed by Greek Orthodoxy
ll. AVIV (JTA) A proposal
the creation of a semi-inde-
|ent canton in Galilee, compos-
f the 150,000 Arabs living in
area, was put forward by
jp George Hakim, leader of
Greek Catholic community in
f\. The Bishop insisted that
establishment of such a semi-
nomous district would enable
|Arabs to develop their tradi-
frecly.
Two Rumanian Zionists
Given Heavy Sentences
VIENNA (WNS) A military
court in Rumania has convicted
two Zionist leaders, Jean Littman
and Mrs. Susanne Benvenisti, and
sentenced them respectively to fif-
teen and ten years' imprisonment
for alleged Zionist activities against
the state, according to a report
from Bucharest. Among the charg-
es was one accusing the defendants
of having given information to for-
eign legations about the arrest and
trial of Rumanian Zionists and of
having been in communication with
the World Jewish Congress.
Nine Canadians Named to
Bar-Han University Board
MONTREAL (WNS)Nine lead-
ers of the Canadian Mizrachi move-
ment have been appointed to the
Board of Trustees of Bar Han Uni-
versity in Israel, according to a
report received here from Dr. Pink-
hos Churgin of New York City,
president of the new university.
Bar-Ilan University, the first Amer-
ican-sponsored and American pat-
terned university in Israel, is be-
ing established near Tel Aviv un-
der auspices of the Mizrachi Or-
ganization of America.
Jewish Communities Planning
To Write Their Histories
NEW YORK (JTA) A number
of Jewish communities in the Unit-
ed States are now writing their
histories, it was revealed here by
Dr. Louis Finkclstein, chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary. Dr. Finkelstein reported that
such histories are already under
preparation in Miami, Los Angeles
and Hartford, Connecticut.
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Princeton Advanced Study
System Urged for Institute
NEW YORK (JTA) Establish-
ment of an Institute of Advanced
Study at the Weizmann Institute
of Science at Rehovoth, which
would be conducted along the lines
of the Institute at Princeton, was
| given as one of the main points in
| a new program for the Weizmann
! Institute outlined here by Meyer
W. Weisgal, chairman of the Weiz-
mann Institute's Executive Coun-
cil, who has just returned to New
York after a six-month visit to Is-
rael.
Hamburg Lifts Ban on Film
Showing Life of Hitler
HAMBURG (JTA) The city-
state of Hamburg this weekend lift-
ed a ban on the showing of a docu-
mentary film on the life and re-
gime of Hitler which had been
banned a week ago by the West
German Government and the Inter-
ior Ministries of the nine constitu-
ent states of the Federal Republic.
The Hamburg administration, con-
trolled by the Socialists, said that
the film did not threaten public
security and therefore should not
be banned.
To All ... A Most Happy Holiday
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(Resolution to be
ited in Knessot
fitUSALEasV (ON Joseph
nzak, Kneaae* spMtBtr, disclos-
pre that th Uie-Sfccurity Coun-
Irosolution censuring Israel will
lully debated on the floor of
lament this week together with
proposal by the Israeli delcga-
to the UN for direct talks
I Jordan under the terms of the
|st ice agreement for the Arab
The Government of Jordan
I so far not replied to the re
It for such talks transmitted
[IN' Secretary General Dag Hani
Bkjold.
NEURALGIA
NEURITIS
Henri Bernstein, French
Playwright, Dies at Age of 77
PARIS (JTA) Funeral services
were held here for Henri Bern-
stein, one of France's most popular
playwrights, who died Friday at the
age of 77.- M. Bernstein sent back
an Italian decoration when Mus-
solini joined with Hitler. He fled
to the United States in 1940 when
France was occupied by the Nazis.
In the US he was actively pro-Gaul-
ist and anti Petain.
UN Votes $24,000,000 Budget
For Relief to Arab Refugees
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) A
budget of $24,800,000 for relief for
Arab refugees from Palestine was
voted this weekend by the United
Nations General Assembly. In ad-
dition, the Assembly approved a
resolution extending the opera-
tions of the UN Relief and Works
Agency for the refugees until June
30. 1955. The Soviet bloc abstain-
ed on the vote.
British Court Sentences
Anti-Semite for Blackmail
LONDON (JTA) Hugh Wilson
Cowie, 35, who was court-martial-
led in 1945 for having voluntarily
aided the Germans, while he was
a prisoner of war, was sentenced
in Manchester Assizes to three
years' imprisonment for demand-
ing money under threats from a
Jewish businessman. The prosecu-
tion proved that Cowie had told
Bernard Greenfield he was investi-
gating Jewish businesses for the
"Aryan League" but would drop
his investigation of Greenfield's
business for 125 pounds ($350). .
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A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
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Phone 7-9409
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To All ... A Most Happy Chanuka
lion Marehe Cleaners
1274 N.W. 62nd STREET
PHONE 7-0641
rs and Board members of the Coral Gables Zionist District recently installed at a dinner
.. the Antilla Hotel are (seated, left to right) Mrs. Abraham Kitzen, Mrs. Meyer Fine,
el Barkin, treasurer, Morris Simon, president, Mrs. Morris Simon, corresponding secre-
Oscar Greene and Dr. A. Kitzen. Standing (left to right) are Daniel Cravitt, Sidney
krs, vice president, Meyer Fine, financial secretary, Milton Friedman, Harold G. Shapiro,
urewitz, Irving Sperling, vice president. Dr. David Oberstein, Morris Belgrade, Louis Kap
Max Friedson, Morey Rayman, recording secretary, and Gilbert Rappaport, ZOA director
i State of Florida. Not shown are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Levick, Mrs. 6idney Sanders and
Lucille Toloff.
iz Baked Beans Herald Season
>ven Cooking; Recipes Abundant
5 the season for oven
For there's something
dish brought steaming
! oven that warms both
id *oul far quicker than
r.
cookery, once there's a
Ihe air. is the most pleas-
lact the most effortless-
(preparing a meal.
among the most effortless
^('tempting foods to be
in this manner are bak-
i, Of course, even when
[not at a premium, canned
Wans are always welcome
kind that are really oven-
ind steeped in a rich, red
jsauce.
for the can wfth> the'U'Al
|inn of Orthodox Jewish
tat ions of America. The
label has been redesigned
by the way; and it car-
[mouth-watering picture of
fashioned New England pot
i)K with beans.
M baked beans are espe-
cially good when prepared in a
casserole in the oven in one of
the following ways. Chunks of
golden sweet pineapple are baked
with tomato sauced beans for an
eye-catching c a s serole called
Hawaiian Baked Beans.
HAWAIIAN BAKED BEANS
1 can Heinz oven-baked beans
2 slices canned pineapple, cut
into pieces
1 tablespoon pineapple syrup
2 tablespoons light hrown sugar
Dash ground cloves
Heat oven to 375 Meg. F. (Mod-
erately hot). Combine all inegredi-
ents in 9" x 7" x 2" casserole.
Bake at 375 deg, F. for 30 min-
utes or until hot. Makes 3-4 serv-
ings.
Note: This recipe may be dou-
bled by using 1/8 teaspoon
ground cloves and doubling other
ingredients.
A hearty main dish is available
by adding || pound ground beef
to two cans of Kosher beans, sea-
soning the combination with onion.
#
of golden sweet pineapple are baked with tomato
d beans for an eye-catching casserole called Hawaiian
Beans.
ketchup, mustard and a sprink-
ling of vinegar.
WESTERN BAKED BEANS
xk pound ground beef
1 cup chopped onions
2 tablespoons shortening
2 teaspoons salt
Dash pepper
' cup Heinz Tomato Ketchup
1 tablespoon Heinz Cidar Vine-
gar
1 tablespoon Heinz Prepared
Mustard
2 Its ounce cans Heinz Oven-
Baked Beans
Heat oven to 400 deg. F. (Moder-
ately hot). Brown beef and oniony
in shortening. Add remaining in-
grients; mix well. Turn into 9 7"
x 2" casserole. Bake at 400 deg. F.
for 30 minutes or until beans are
hot. Makes 4-5 servings.
Corn and baked beans made good
flavor partners, too.
COLONIAL CASSEROLE
1 16-ounce can Heinz OvenBaked
Beans
1 cup whole kernel corn, drained
1/3 cup chopped onion
'/, cup Heinz Tomato Ketchup
W teaspoon salt
Heat oven to 400 deg. F. (moder-
ately hot). Combine all ingredients.
Pour into a 9" x 7" x 2" casserole.
Bake at 400 deg. F. for 30 minutes.
Makes 4 servings.
Maurois Novel to be
Reviewed on Tuesday
Lelia, a novel by Andre Mau-
rois on the life of George Sand,
will be reviewed on December
15th. Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. The Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah, spon-
sor, announced that this will be
the only review of the series to
be presented in December. Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein is reviewer with
Mrs. Morris Aloert, co-ordinator.
Beth David Day Marked
More than 40 private card par-
ties were held in homes of mem-
bers Wednesday to mark Beth
David Day here, according to Mrs.
Isidore Cohen, chairman. Pro-
ceeds are earmarked for the syna-
gogue.
ID RAISING CHAinmiN I
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Phone 48-4401
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Not Inc.
Investment Securities
605 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla.
Fin! National Bank Bldfl. Miami. Fla.
Ph. 5-5816
Ph. 82-2636
GREETINGS OPENS DEC. 17th
Victor Bidone Restaurant
FRENCH & ITALIAN CUISINE
1334 18th Street
Reservations Call 5-9169
GREETINGS
T O A L L
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2900 S.W. 28th LANE, MIAMI
Phone 4-0853
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1338 N. W. 29th STREET j
PHONE 65-6431

TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
uj
Florida Builders Service, Inc.
100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami. Florida
m A Mosf Happy Chanuka To All
MARTINIQUE HOTEL
6423 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach

TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS .
SEASON'S GREETINGS
L. P. Wallace
Cliff Lindgren
Lindgren Plumbing Company
Contractors Repairs Service
1837 N.W. 17th AVENUE
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Academy TRfctt Salts
Pass $9,000 Mart Mm*
Ticket BSjsS ami jiiil sshwr-
tisements (or :he? stxtik tmmtm\ <*
ner of the Hebe** Aok^Mtji t*sw*
ihe S9.000 mark W*JaiwU? fc I
Binder. cv>-ckirm MOMMiot
The S!*Ka-c**ipe Kwrtw
scheduled lor Swb? Ry* *>-
nary 17th. at the otm r* LseV H>
tel. Binder and Chart** F>jcb*u*
are co-chairmen tor is* fuartiMi
with Mayor Harold Shapiro oi M.
ami Beach, honorary chairman
Much ot the credit for tr
itail we have made goes to Mrs.
Irving Firtel and Mrs lent]
man. the co-chairmen of the Jour-
nal Committee for the Hebrew
Academy Women.' Binder said
Mrs. Sidney Ruhinowitr. proi-
dent of The women's organization,
reported that more workers than
ever before are selling advertise-
ment! for the pictorial journal The
book is issued in conjunction with
the dinner.
Binder and Fruchtman reported
that the goal for thi* year's dinner
is to exceed the number of peraooa
attending the 1953 function in th
Miami Beach Aud.torium by a't
minimum of 100 ptrtOOJ
A Board of Directors meeting
was scheduled at the Cromwell Ho-
tel for Thursday night to hear a
progress report on the dinner and
journal.
Schachtor to Appear in
Late Sunday Program
Jewish Variety Hour director Ja
cob Schachter will celebrate 23
years on thr> air with an additional
half hour every Sunday from 4:30
to 5 p.m. Schachter's program ap
pears weekly on Sunday over sta-
tion WMBM at 12 p.m
Live talent will be featured ac
cording to Schachter, on the late
afternoon program. Among those
scheduled to appear are Joseph
Schreibman. music director of the
Miami Bewh Jest*!
* flk sing,/?*'
>ns. Miami ,t,orfte"
Rabbi Jo Michljin jj
Miami Bee*
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Director will be
Workmen's Circle Guest
Annual banquet of the I'eretz
School will be held on Sunday eve-
ning, December 13th. 6 p.m at the
Workmen's Circle Center. 1545 S\V
3rd Street
Pupils of the school will partici-
ti m .i program <>t songs, recita-
ns and scones from Sholom Alei-
chem's Chanuka Cielt. according to
I. Lasavin. principal
Guest oi honor will in- Zalman
Yclroikm. national educational cli
rector oi the Workmen's Circle
YAHRZEIT DATES
AT A GLANCEI *
FREE TO OUR READERS!
Seventh Edition Of Famous 24-
Year Hebrew-English Calendar
(Joes I'p To 1955.
Swank La Rue Restaurant menu is checked by new operators
Joe Cohen and Manny Smith before opening December 17th.
Cohen is a partner in the Embers and is a three-decade Miami
resident. Smith is hi* son-in-law and operates a provision
company here. _________________^^^
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MIAMI BEACH.FU
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Series on s-IVwiNh
MusiV In Slated
On Friday evening. Joseph
Mooney will introduce the Jewish
composers and music series over
the Jewish Family Program. 6:30
p.( Station WM1E Mooney i> di
p.m.. station WMIE. Mooney is di-
mctor of the Miami Beach Com
Riunlty Center and director of
music activities at the Beach
Branch GMJCC. Ha il also SSS0
ciated with the Miami Beach Civic
Orchestra
Margaret Yoman hi director of
the Jewish Family Program. Ben
Yoman is in charge of music, with
Ethel Takes heading up publicity
The new edilion of the calendar!
Ml Hebrew and English dates
from l'lll In IMS. All Jrwi-h
holiday It IM4.
Tfii pubhrMimi hi- n'teniced with m i I
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Rabbi Narot in Last oi
Series at Institute
Rabbi Joseph R Narot will give
i the concluding address in the se-
ries, What We Jews Believe, at the
Adult Institute of Jewish Studies
on Wednesday, DecemlH"- 16th. at
\ the Beth David school building.
2 Dr. Narot will discuss Who Is
; The Messiah
The institute will continue until
the close of the first semester in
February in courses in Hebrew,
Yiddish and Jewish Life Courses
are given at 7:80 p.m.
Judge Pearson Speaks
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will hold itv weekly luncheon meet-
ing on Tuesday. December 15th,
12 15 p.m.. at the National Hotel
lion Raj II Pearson, judge of the
criminal court oi Dade County, will
be guest ipeaker Hi- talk i- Khed
nl- I .,- Vou And The Court 01
Crimea
North Dade Sisterhood
Plans Games, Bake Sale
Sisterhood of the North Dade
Jewish Center will hold a card and
scrabble party on Sunday. Decem-
ber 13th. at 8 p.m.
A bake sale will be given by the
Si>ierhood on December 16th
through 18th. at 10 am. each day.
in the BThrifty Store. 13020 NE
8th A\enue.
Mrs. II, Schman is chairman Co-
workers are the Mesdames J. Fried-
land. D. Goodman. M Green berg
and II. Shopmaker.
A regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood will be held at the Com
munity Hall on Monday. Decem-
ber 14th. 8 p.m
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LEGAL KOTICE
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LEGAL NOTICE
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
lii-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1,1. > signed, desiring- to engage In
under the fictitious name of
MISS OK MIAMI, at 3240
f-'-ih Avenue, Miami, Florida.
" to register snld name with
l, ,,f the Circuit Court of I>ade
Florida.
; yriME OF MIAMI. Inc.
.1 Florida I'oi |mm allon
|,\KI' S. MAMH.KII
r,r corporation
IS 1-11
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, i: IS HEREBY UIVEN that
I,-i sinned, desiring to engage la
under the fictitious name of
i\\ STERN CO. (Nol Inc.). nt
IV: ll'Jul Street, North Miami.
to register snld name with
i, k of the Circuit Court Of Dade
Florida-
',-iDNKY MORC.ANSTKHN
(Sole Owner)
I-1---'>
riCE UNDER #ICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|H-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Jeisigned, desiring to engage in
i> under the fictitious name of
BY RECORD DISTRIBIT-
at 436 S.W. Xth St., Miami.
iunty, Flu., Intend to register
Ink with the Clerk of the Cir-
fturt of Dade Counly. Florida.
SAIL HUOoKMIKK
ROSE BROOK MIRE
UNO, 7.1CKERMAN
IRICH
for Applicant*
[Flagler St.
t- 1 V ft ____________________________
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.i'igned. dewlrlng to engage In
under the fictitiuua name of
S MARKET, at 2 N.W.
enue, Miami, intends to reg-
Biil name with the Clerk of
cult Court of Dade County,
ilRRY L, ZALPH. Sole Owner
IV M. DEEHL
for Applicant
..| K]8-2I
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 29365-A
RE: ESTATE OF"
HO FIE DIENER, alan known Hh
SOFIA DIENER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed mi final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
eft.it,. of BO FIE DIENER, also known
as sofia DIENER, deceaased; and
that on the 4th day of January, 195),
I will apply to th,. Honorable w i
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, tor approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Executor of the Estate of SOFIE
DIENER, also known as SOFIA
DIENEIt, deceased
This jtiii das of, November, ifSt,
/s/ ABRAHAM DIENER
Abraham Dlener, as Executor
of the Estate of
HO FIE DIENER, a/k/a
sullA DIENER, Deoaaaad.
MYERS, HKIMAN k KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
12/4-11-18-26
iw*^. ooioer oi oumy tax
flcate No, 6407 Issued the
'< May, jMU-iM. has filed
,y office, grin has made ap-
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|cE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
reigned, desiring to engage In
unrler the fictitious name of
tlUi'KS REFRIGERATION
Ul! CONDITIONING, at 7134
Avenue, Miami, Dade Coun-
Jrlda, intends to register said
fniih the Clerk of the Circuit
I ia,le County, Florida.
FKEDEK1CK HURW1CH
|RT J. IIA1.KIN
for Owner
igress Building, Miami, Florida
1-1>-25
riCE
Ice is hereby given that
Peralgned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
|( lit 111| U.K. at 179 N.E. 79th
intends to register said name
|li. Cleik of the Circuit Court
County, Florida.
IRVING MELD
IN BOTH
for Applicant
-'7th Ave.
S.1S-IS
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A-18212
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
BEN BOSK IN. hold* of County Tax
Kale Cerllflc
2Xth day of
same in my
plication for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
the following described property In
the County of Dade, State of Florida,
to-wlt:
Lots 23 & 24, Block 3, Dade Villa,
Flat Book 20. Page 70, containing
.12 Acres more or less. In the
County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the
name of: HKLMA J. ANDERSON.
Unless .said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of Januaiy, 1954. which is the 4th day
of January. 1954.
Hated this 1st day of December,
1953.
E. B. DEATH ERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By N. C. STERRETT,
Circuit Court Seal Deputy Clerk
12/4-11-18-25
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ANnV!oZVU,D,CIAl- CIRCUIT IN
,~P FPR ADE COUNTY, FLOR-
ELLSWORTH SANFORD ALLEN
vs Plaintiff
NONA ALLEN, Defendant,
T*mA:EALLENU'UaXM
c/o* Paul Laurreli
TIL" Hamilton Avenue, Apt. #4
Fart-all, Pennsylvania
Too are hereb) notified that a Com-
plaint r,,r Divorce has been filed
agalnai you and you are required to
*> rvg COPJ of your answer to the
sain,- on Plaintiff's attorney
HENRY M. CAIN
1518 West Fiaglar Street
Miami, Klorhla
and fie the original thereof with the
clerk of th,. above named courl on or
before the Mth day of December, IMS,
otherwise a Dei ree Pro Confeaeo will
be entered agalnai you.
Dated this liuli day of November.
E. I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY: VVM W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN1
Attorney for Plaintiff
2518 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
11/27 12/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, des'ring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A-l DHIVEAWAY SERVICE, at 708
commonwealth Bldg.. Miami. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
'.'I ,h? Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
11/20-27 12/4-11
NEDRIK, INC.
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 SIKH', at 1761 BIs-
oayne Boulevard, Miami, Fla Intends
to register said name with the Clark
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Flot l MRS W. II. REIMANN. Sole Owner
QOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
39 Beaeom Boulevard, Miami, Fin.
11/27 12/4-11-1X
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'"E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rslgned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
MlNGO WEST AVENUE
'MENTS, at 1443 West Ave-
i.imi Beach, Florida, Intend to
said name with the Clerk of
|n uit Court of Dade County,
ARE ROSNER
SIMPSON I HOSENRERQ
ER Ai SPIELER
s for Applicants
ler Building, Miami, Florida
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|lii: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lerslgned, desiring to engage In
s under the fictitious name nf
TRANSPORT SERVICE, at
rexel Avenue, Miami Beach.
, Intends to reglater said name
lie- Clerk of the Circuit Court
County, HorldA.
iRRY Hi U.T/.MAN, Sole Owner
k i: i. 4.- MUROFF
for Harry Holtiman
I-I--2.-.
|TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
H'E is HEREBY GIVEN that
klerslgned, desiring to engage In
ps under the fictitious name of
NTIC BROKERAGE CO., at
F-E 2nd Ave.. Miami. Kla., In-
reglster said name with the
lof the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
Lor is LEVINSON
HAROLD LEVINSON
l-H-25
pTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious nat......f
IGA H'ltNlTCRE, at 111". N
A\e, Miami, Intend to register
ime with the Clerk of the Clr-
ui t o* Dade countv, Florida,
JACK MALAGA
MAX Pl.oTKIN
18 "",
mm
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334
In Re:
Estate of SOPHIE RAR1NOWITZ.
also known as SOPHIE MEYERSON,
also known as SOPHIE MEYRISON,
Deceased.
CITATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ABRAM MEYERGOSS. and to his
wife, his children and grandchildren,
whose names and residences are un-
known: to JOSEPH GENSTEIN,
whose residence Is unknown; to the
children and grandchildren of CELIE
GENSTEIN. Deceased, whose names
and resiliences are unknown: to the
widow of JACOB MEYERGOSS. De-
ceased, and to the children and grand-
children of JACOB MEYERGOSS, De-
ceased, whose names and residences
are unknown: to the widow of ELI
MEYERGOSS. Deceased, and to the
children and grandchildren of
MEYERGOSS. Deceased.
names and residences are unknown,
and to all parties known ah* n-
known, claiming by. through ornder
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), (b), (d), of her Last Will and Testament,
and to all of the unknown heirs, de-
visees and legatees claiming, or en-
titled to clnlm, under said portions, of
the Last Will and Testament of the
above named cl......dent, and to all
other persons concerned: .....
Vi if ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a 1'etltlon has been filed praying
for a determination of the benefici-
aries of the above named decedent
and for a determination as to whether
or not the above named parties are
dead ami have been absent for seven
yaan or more from the place of their
Jomoclle, and you are further
notified that on the 19th day of Janu-
ary |S4, at 11:10 oclock. A M. tes-
tlllioiiv will he taken before the HON-
ORABLE W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge, concerning the alleged absence
of th.- above named parties, who ate
supposed and believed to be dead and
the circumstances and duration there-
of, and miu are hereby required to
file your written defenses to said
Petition within forty (40) days after
the first publication hereof. Should
you fall therein, Decree will be enter-
ed In due course upon said Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 27th day of November,
s/ W. F. BLANTON
W F BLANTON, County Judge
GEORGE CHERTKOF
807-11 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
Executor for alsjve estate
12/4-11-1S-25___________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164312
HAROLD SHAPIRO, Plaintiff.
vs.
ESTBLLE SHAPIRO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ESTELLE SHAPIRO
c/o Isidor Vernlck
717 S. Westlake
Los 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, BS 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 28th day of December. 1953.
If you fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the BUI of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 19th day of November,
A.D. 19&.
E. R. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By M. C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
EDWARD S RESNICK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
115 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Fin.
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 39 Beaeom
Boulevard, Miami, Florida, Intends
to reglater said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
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
VIXSI SUPER STATION, at 12300
Blscayne Blvd., Miami, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
VICTORIA CNGER
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
v v. *& 'IOI"F "ANGE, at 8310
V\\ J.th Ave., Miami, Intends t
register said name with the Clerk of
Florid C"Un "' r>U'le Coullt>-
KE88LBR *> (;AI J' OILMAN
11/20-27 [3/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undaralgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan
NELSON'S, at ;;:,:, S.W. "th St.. Mi-
ami, intend to register said name with
Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ALBERT GOLDNER
,___. SADELLE GOLDNER
VICTOR LEVINE
Attorney for Applicant!
344 SVylmid Bldg.
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
SUNDRIMATS, at 467 W. Flagler St..
Miami, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
RAY BERRIN
WALTER KAYE
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
LITTLE JOES, at 1005 N.W. 2nd
Ave., Miami, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of li.ule Countv, Florida.
1'ITRCELL LIVINGSTON
KEBSLER & GARS
Attornevs for Applicant
17V' W. Flagler St.
11/27 12/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business UtStor J *.!$ "*'e-:,i
HECTORS BAR A- l.Kll.l.. ai i-i
N E Is,- Ave.. Miami, Intend to reg-
sier said nanie wRhthe ctork oftKe
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
W*' WINIFRED POEHLUAN
RALPH ST. JOHN
KESSLBR .v gabs
Attornevs for Applicants
I78S W. Fiaglar St.
II : 12/4-11-1"
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
ORPORATiON OUTFITS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
2-4366
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY, No. 164353
MAYBELLE L. GRAHAM, Plaintiff,
vag.
THOMAS PATRICK GRAHAM,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO:.THOMAS PATRICK GRAHAM
U.s-L'l lllth Aii-mii-
St Ozone Park, L.l New York
You arc hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed aninst you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. KESSLER
& GARS, 1782 W. Flagler Street. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the ofHce of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Mth day of Decemlwr. 1953.
If. vou fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill or
Complaint .....
This notice shall he published once
each week fi.r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 23rd day ol November,
A. D. IHIT n kB^jjRBiAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
Bj l. SNEEDEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
II 27 12 I-11-1<
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREET-
INGS:
This Is to certify that, whereas,
Morris Klass. Miami, Florida
l"i,,l K. Bhochet, Miami, Florida
Max R. Silver. Miami, Florida
did on the ISth day of September,
A.D. RGB, cause to be Incorporated
under the provisions of Chapter 10094,
1-aws of Florida. Acts of 1H25. ACE
letter service, inc., a corpor-
ation, with its principal place of busi-
ness at Miami. Dade County, in the
State of Florida, and whereas the
stockholders of said corporation did
on the 4th day of December. A.D.
19,"i3, cause to be filed In the office of
the Secretary of State nf the State
or Florida, a consent ol nil the stock-
holders under the provisions of said
Chapter 8170, Laws of Floridn. Acts
of 1!).',:!, requesting the dissolution ol
aid corporation, therefore the Secre-
tary of state is satisfied thai aatd
corporation has complied with the re-
quirements of law
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the fourth daj of Decem-
ber, A.D. 1953,
(SEAL)
R, A. GRAY.
Secretary ol State,
12/11/51
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 16423/
ANNETTE BLAU, Plaintiff,
vs.
ARMIN BLAI'. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ARMIN Bl^AU
c/o First Hungarian Literary
Society
323 East 79th Street
New York, New York.
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been Bled against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill ol Complaint
on the plaintirr's attorneys, and file
the original In the office or the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
21st of December, A.D. 1953, other-
wise a Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered against you. x
This notice shall be published once
each week tor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FMIRIDIAN.
Dated, November 17, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
By WM. w. BTOCKINO,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Deputy Clerk
Jerome G. Greene for
BOTTS & GREENE
Attorneys for Plaintiff
241 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 32, Florida
H/2M-27 12/4-11
IN
IN
In
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
DADE DR1VEAWAY SERVICE, at
708 Daile Commonwealth Bldg., Mi-
ami. Intends to register snld name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. *'<,.. ,NC.
11/20-27 12/4-11 _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
husiness under the fictitious name or
CORAL GABLES FOREIGN CAR
SALES, at Coral Gables. Fla.. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk .if the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Pl^^.^ MOTORS, ,c
THEODORE R NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
11/20-27 12/4-11_______
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 31350-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOUIS LISKOWIT/, I'.
To All Cr.....tois and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims oi Demands Against
Said Estate: .
fou and each of you, are hereby
ni.Mii.-ii and i.....Ired to present >
, .,..,,- gnd demands *Mc you. oi
. Ither of you ma: h ; ;;*t the
raUte of I'T'.- LI8KOWITZ, de-
, eased late of Dade County, Florida.
,,, the Honorable County Judges of
i,.,,i, County, and file the same in
,,. offices in the fount) Courthouse
m !,,,!, Countj >" '- "
it i.....iths from the date of the
n.st publication hereof, Said claims
r demands to contain lb.
... i sworn
to and prea. nted a- aforesaid, or sme
will be barred.
Date I".....Ill"'r -' V"-'3- ,.
RABR1 M MESCHELOFF,
As Administrator of the
'" "'' "' ...,
LOCIS MSKOWITZ,
Deceased
MA1.V1N EMH.ANDER
ARnbh?M,0rMeschelofr, Administrator
12/11-18-25 1/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164116
RAYMOND WRIGHT, Plaintiff
vs.
WILLIS M QUINN, deceased.
ET A I.. Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: All the heirs, devisees, legatees,
grantees, or creditors or other
persons claiming by, through or
under WILLIS M. QCINN. de-
ceased, all of whom are not
known to be dead or alive; and
any and all other persons having
or claiming any right, title, or
interest In and to the lands des-
cribed as: __ ,
Lots 13 and 14. of Block 1,
TAMIAMI TRAIL PARK, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
recorded In Plat Book 15,
Page 73, of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County, Flor-
ida:
the residence of all said persons
being unknown.
You, and each or you. are hereiiy
notified that a bill to quiet title has
been filed agnlnst you and you are
required to serve a copy of your ans-
wer or pleading to MS. MARL1N.
544 Beybold Building. Miami, Florida,
and file the original answer or Plead-
ing In the ofrice of the Clerk of the
above OOUrl on or before the 21st day
, December, 1!'">3. or default will be
entered against you.
Dated this 12th day of November,
A D Itfil. M Miami, Florida
. E 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I Se'll)
By M. C. Green.
Deputy ci.-rk
11/20-27 12/1-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA., IN PROBATE.
No. 31366-A
Re: ESTATE OF
SADIE SCHLCSSLER. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate.
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either or you, may have against the
estate of SADIE BCHLUSSLER. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
t., the Hon. W. F. BUN TON, County
Judge of Dade County, and rile the
same in his office In the County
courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to nnd presented as
aforesaid, or same will i- barren.
Hat,- November 17th, A D 1958.
JOSEPHINE SCHLl'SSLER,
a- Administratrix of the
Estate of ___
sahie BCHLUSSLER,
i leceased,
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorney! 'or Administratrix
11 -H-27 12 1-11 ________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ens.
. -s under the fictitious name oi
RA1 COFFEE SHOP, at K N E.
2nd Av.-nue. Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the leik
,,f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fl"""il- RAY.IACKS, INC.,
a Florida corporation
By: RAY SHIELDS
President
Att: JACOB WA8SERMAN
Sec re ta i y
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, ESQ.
Attorney for Rayjacks, Inc., d/b/a
Ray's. Coffee .Shop
Raj s cotlee Sim]
11/20-27 12/1-11
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
RE- ESTATE i >F
ALBERT 1. KAIIN". Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby riven that e
filed our final report and pet -
Final Discharge as ..-. wi-
lh. estate "f ALBERT b.
deceased; nnd that -n the
of December, 1961, we win
have
tion for
tori "f
KAHN,
2Sth day
"lit v to th- Honorable County Judges
TOda County, KB.rl.la for approval
or said flnnl report and '!''''" .'".*;
charge ns co-axecutora of the Estate
? AIK4.RT I. KAHN. deceased.
ARTHUR U KAHN
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys ror Co-executors
11/20-27 12'4-11 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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Baron de Hirsch Meyer (center, at microphone) announcing that the Jewish Dinner. At the head table (loft to right) are M. I. Kopelowita, Mrs. Kopel
Home for the Aged building fund campaign has gone over the top. Shown at Mrs. Sol Silverman, Mrs. Abe Kurman. Mrs. Irving Lohrmun. Rabbi 1
the Shelborne Hotel is part of the overflow crowd which attended the Victory Lehrman. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. David PbhS
Mr* Inrlr Ahlin Mmirir- Pf>nrl>tfin nnH Mrs Mnnrir* PtoI.i i- t*
Capacity Crowd Attends Home Victory
Dinner; 5241,920 Goal is Reached
Mrs. Jack Ablin, Maurice Pearlstein and Mrs. Maurice Pearlstein.
A rapacity crowd jammed the i improvised talk in English describ-
Shelborne Hotel Sunday evening to ing her experiences at the Home
third co-chairman of the drive. Col.
Jacob Arvey. was praised by Baron
de Hirsch Meyer for Arvey's splen-
did efforts in behalf of the drive
since his recent return from Eur-
ope.
Funds raised ait a fashion show
and champagne tarty Monday af-
ternoon at the home of Mr
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer'.
slso be allocated to the
fund campaign
hear Baron de Hirsch Meyer an
nounce that the Jewish Home for
the Aged fund drive had raised
$241,926 for construction of the
Jack Ablin Memorial I'nit.
Pledges went over the top dur
ing the victory dinner when co-
chairmen David Phillips and Baron
de Hirsch Meyer announced that
friends of the late Jack Ablin had
been responsible for major gifts
amounting to $28,000 in the cur
rent campaign.
Home President Abe Kurman ex
pressed appreciation to communitv
leaders and Home officials who
had participated in the four-week
titrated dr.' struct a
building to hoiw infirm and
v tucl chair c.
Rabbi Irving f principal ad the evening.
called aid to the aged "our sacred
privilege" and urged the Greater
Miami community not to forsaki
iged residents in their golden
He called the Ablin Unit
iving memorial to a fine com-
munal 10110111" and spoke of Ab
- widespread and unselfish ac
tivities in behalf of the Jewish
Homes for tin I uago and
in Miami
Highlight of the evening's pro
gram DUka candlelight
ing ceremony with Home residents
a participants Solon 8f -- a
featured in the invocation, and
Mil B< MOtt. a ata >ear re-i
dent of the Home delivered an
Chairman of the Board. M J :
Kopelowitz. pointed out that the
building fund campaign had been
undertaken with the full coopera-
tion of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation of which the Home i>
a beneficiary agency'. He urged ev
eryone present to remember their \
responsibility to the campaign con
ducted annually by Federation in .
behalf of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal which supports six local in-
stitution*, many national agencies
and aids Israel and overseas Jewry
Commended for their splendid
contribution^ in the drive were the
Ladie> Auxiliary unit of the Home
headed by Mrs Sol Silverman and
the Thrift Shop group directed at
the Home by David Jacobs The
Rummage Sale is on
B'nai B'nth Women of Miami
save optaed their annual rummage
I at 1047 NW 3rd Avenue, ac
cording to an announcement this
week by Mrs A. Z. Alpert In
charge of picking up merchandise
are the Mesdames Murray I.azarus.
co-chairman. Minna l.evine and
Philip Galiam
Granat to Preside
The Isaehtc (enter Board will
meet at the Center, 3186 SW 24th
Terrace. Tuesday evening. Dec .in-
ber 15th 8pm David Granat.
chairman of the Board, will pre
side
Beach Music and Arts League Will
Present Musicale Thursday Evening
The Miami Beach Music and Arts
League will present a musical
ree on Thursday. December
17th. 8 30 p m at the Surf Room
of Roney Plara Hotel, honoring
Mayor and Mrs Harold Shapiro
Mayor Shapiro is a charter member
and vice president of the Music and
.Arts League
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. 1st vice
president of the League will be
chairman of the evening Ruth
Brotman. founder and executive
vice president has arranged the
program Miami Opera Guild will
present Lola Ruth, soprano who re-
cently returned from Europe, in ex
cerpts from Madame Butterfly
with Ltna Maddaford at the piano
The University of Miami will pre
sent Richard Fa ore. scholarship
pianist in a group of solos Also
programmed are Israeli folk ballet
dancers of the Zionist Youth Com-
mission. Negro spirituals by Mount
Zion Baptist Church Choir No. 2.
direted by Leo Jenkins, and Aliaiua
Americana s Spanish singer Mer
cedes Gazitua and Virginia Sim
mons. dancer, with Miguele Her
raro, pianist
Anita Karr.s. Lithuanian opera
tic mezzo soprano, has arranged for
the Baltic Trio to sing native folk
songs in their national costumes
Amalija Peterson. Meeta Sepp. and
Tekla Peterson, pianist, complete
the cosmopolitan group of artist-
Several new artists to Miami will
also appear on the program These
are Boris Betostozkv. Russian-
American tenor who will join Miss I
Brotman in operative duets, with
Anyuta Melieov at the Piano, and;
Bernard Tipple, violinist with the >
St. Louis Symphony orchestra sev-j
eral seasons who will play com-.
imailiosM by Brahms and Wieniaw -|
ski. with Mrs Tipple at the piano
The Miami Beach Music and Arts
League founded in January 1951.
has for its purpose the encourage
ment and aid to youth in musical
and allied arts, giving scholarships
to assist local artists and present-
ing new artists to the community.
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)AY, DECEMBER II, 1953 k nitt rkwldnan PAGE 5 A od Fair Purchases Carl's Chain; quires 19 Markets in Local Area nuei Friedland, chairman of [Board of Food Fair Stores, Inc., ; Vday announced the puchase ( iis firm of the 19 Cart's MarI in Miami, Miami Beach, Hollyj and Fort Lauderdale. The louncement was issued jointly '. in conjunction with Louis m. Food Fair president, urchase price of the Carl's Marwas not revealed here. Their krporation into the Food Fair [in will give it a total of 43 in Florida, with 191 throughilhe nation. ccording to local reports, five stores will be added to the |n around the first of the year, ec of them are now nearing [plotion by Food Fair, while two begun under the aegis of Markets. making the announcement, Idlandrevealed that the 19 Markets will continue to op under their original name, ne 800 employees of Carl's," kdded, "will be welcomed into IFood Fair organization, which increase our total to better 2,300." hedland explained that further insions are in the offing with Irojected 250,000 square foot ehouse to cost approximately 3.000 currently in the blueIt stage. When completed, the >d chairman said, it will give chain five warehouses in SouthFlorida. It also operates its bakery. Carl's Market chain was kdcd and developed by Carl |nkle, of Miami Beach. Food was founded by Friedland in Irsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1920. be that time, Food Fair has snded its operations into New jey, Maryland, Delaware, New |k and Florida. recent nationwide survey listIhe chain as the seventh largest Klutznick Miami Visitor; To Address B'nai B'rith Continued from Pago 1 A Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith," and Julius Fisher, of Roanoke, Virginia, District No. 5 secretary. The December 17th program 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. 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 for arrangements are Mrs. Josie Goldstrom, Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, Mrs. Ida Optner, E. Albert Pallot, Leo Steinman, Harold Turk, A. J. Kaplan, Balkin Mannheimer and the presidents of all B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters in the community. LEGAL NOTICE food store in the country and the 14th largest retail establishment. Stein said Food Fair's sales volume in the first 28 weeks of the current fiscal year was $166,000,000. He expects the expanded chain to top $400,000,000 in sales next year. Although headquarters of Food Fair is still in Harrisburg, Friedland has lived in Miami Beach since 1940, where he is active in civic, communal and philanthropic affairs. Weinkle did not reveal here what his future plans are. ishington jderal to irk Birthday I'ashington Federal Savings and in Association will celebrate its It birthday anniversary on the day of the Washington AveFestival, Tuesday, December Washington Federal is contribjig to the development and beauIcation of the South Shore area [expansion of her present build\. located at 1244 Washington Avle, Miami Beach, according to ^k D. Gordon, president, who anmued early this week that connction is already started and In I>1 probably be completed in V for Washington Federal's [thday party Open House which be held for the public from a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday. The officers and directors of -liington Federal will attend evening festivities. The annex pi accommodate safe deposit boxand a coffee lounge, the latter be opened to the public at a ler date. (The Washington Avenue Festival III start at 7 p.m., with an Open ouse at the new Municipal Recrelion Center, 10th Street and OcIM Drive. Music for a Block Para mile and a half long, will start Washington Avenue at 7:30 p.m. Louis Margulies Succumbs to Illness Louis Margulies, 73, passed away in a local hospital following a long illness. Mr. Margulies lived here for 18 years, coming from Brooklyn, New York. He was a retired insurance agent, a member of the Beth David Synagogue, the Knights of Pythias and the Miami Zionist District. He was also active in communal work. Mr. Margulies is survived by his wife, Gussie, executive secretary of Beth David Synagogue; three sons, David, Sam and Irving, all of New York; and a daughter, Margie Schwartz, of Englewood, New Jersey. Also surviving are eight grandchildren. Services were held Sunday at Gordon's Funeral Home in Miami with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Burial was in Mount Sinai Cemetery. rood Hotel to Open [osher Dining Room [o General Public I New owners of the ocean front ood Hotel are Morris and Sidney kHz. The Saltzes announced this pek that they Intend "to operate strictly kosher hotel — Just as fce family has done for the past years." J The Good Hotel's dining room fill be opened to the public, and othing but the finest of food will e sold, the Saltzes explained. The hotel is at 43rd Street and cean Drive and has a private each. The Saltx family has a long ckground of activity in the koshhotel field, having offered such 'tities for many years in Mount New Jersey. ;*£?' %  Yvonne Clifford receives profeaaional instruction from Abel Pokras who has set the choreography for the Casablanca Players' new offering. Where's Charley's Aunt. Pokras. in addition to his talents as a musical comedy choreographer, is a specialist An Invitation to All Friends of Israel HEAR JAN BART Incomparable Songster, Humorist and Public Speaker at a Salute To Israel Rally and Entertainment SUNDAY NIGHT, DEC. 13th at 8:30 p.m. Temple Emanu-EI 1801 S. Andrews Avenue Ft. Lauderdale free Refreshments The Rev KOSHER DINING ROOM Service De Luxe Collins Ave., Cornet 13th IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29926 UK ESTATE OF SAKAH IDA GLICKMAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have filed rny final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the I--I.II.of SARAH IDA OLICKMAN, deceased; and that on the 11th day of January, I9S4, I will apply to the Honorable FRANK 11. DoWLlNU. County Judge of Dade Comity, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of SARAH IDA GLICKMAN, deceased. This 7th day of December. 1933. NATHANIEL C.LICKMAN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Administrator 12/11-18-2'. — 1/1 LEGAL NOTICU IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28074-A RE: ESTATE OF ISABEL JACOBHON, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOB FINAL DISCHARGE 4 DISCHARGE is li.-i-eliy given t'rla p:i NOTICE hNe filed my flnar report awl pefit tlon for Final Discharge as Executor of the l.ast Will and Testament of ISAUEL JACOIINON. deceased; and" that on the 11th day of January, IIM. 1 will apply to the Honorable KKANK B. DOWl.INt;, County Judge of Dade. County, Florida, for approval of sal.l final report and for final di-ehaige as Executor of the I.ast Will and Testament of ISAUEL JACOB80N, deceased. This Itll day of December, 1151. IKY • HARRY JACOISSON. Executor of the Last Will and Testament of ISABEL JACOBSON, deceased HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Executor 120 Lincoln Road, .Miami Bea.-h, Pla. 12/11-18-2.-, — 1/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TREASURE ISLE BEAUTY SALON, at 79th St. Causeway. Miami, Intends to register said name with the Vlerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERTHA BLRMESTER 12/11-18-23 — 1/1 S. J. Frecdmao & M. Rcphnn HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Baach Between Fourth and Fifth St*. Hebrew Religious BuppUea For Synsgogues sad fafVMI Use). Also for Hebrew Schools. BTB0 "DID Telephone 5-1017 Israel Certificates AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164390 JOEL ISAACS, Plaintiff, vs. JESSIE ISA.VS. Defendant. 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO:JESSIE ISAACS 141 A West End Avenue. Brooklyn. N.Y. c/o Hirsch 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 I'leading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN. 2518 West Flagler Street. Miami, Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 11th day of January'. 19 >4. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will l>e taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published onco each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FIX>RIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 9th day of December. A.D. 1953. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. By WM. W. STOCK INC. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 2518 West Flagler St., Miami. Fla. 12/11-18-2.-. — 1/1 SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER 5 AND HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS 2038 N. W. 27th Are. PHONE 64-6554 lin Hotel OPEN TO THE FUBUC Full Coarse Meals $1.75 up St. Phone 5-7688 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE BAZAARE, at 8016 NE. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JTLIAN KOTI.ER HILDA KOTI.ER KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attorneys for The Bazaare 12/11-18-2.-, — 1/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL SALES CO., at ;15 S.W. 27th Ave.. Miami, intend to i.-glster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. H. I!. 8IRMAN \V. J. h'MITH SANFORD S. FAUNCE Attorney for Applicants 1717 Congress Bids'. II I1-1X-2", — 1/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlna to engage in business under the fictitious name of HAY PLAZA BEAUTY SALON, at 180 N.E. Mtb St.. Miami, intends to reglstei -aiil name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, "•" i "" ANN RKItf 12/11-1S-23 — 1/1 rW>WWWWVAngie and Fred's NEW ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT ot 6618 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH Will Open Saturday, December 12, at 5 p.m. Serving a 7 Course Veal Cutlet Parmigiana Dinner Bottle of Wine on Every Table -$1J0 ICNIIMEN'S DIMMtK WITH MMU CO* S*J OPINING SMCIAl SMVIO AT eOTM KSTAUeANTS ON MIAMI 1IACH for Reservations Call 136 Collins Ave. 58-1869 6618 Collins AVe.-86-0413 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, engaged in the business under the fictitious name of JO-DEL RATH STYLISTS, at Mil Southwest Douglas Road. -Miami. Florida, have dissolved the said partnership l use of the trade name by deleting ".lo" therefrom. JOSE1MIINE It. MANTLOFF CEORC.ES MANllaiFF FANNfE D ROFFLER EDMOND O. ROFFLBH HITNER HUTNER Attorneys for Applicants Stfl Olympla Bldg., Miami, Florida 12/11-18-25 — 1/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH| ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUtT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY* IN CHANCERY. No. 164678 ROSE MILLER. Plaintiff. SAMUEL MILLER. Defendant V SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SAMUEL MILLER. r'o M. Solomon, 228-25A 9th Avenue. Bayside, Long Island. New Yolk You B3AMUEL MILLER. I hereby notified that a BUI of Compjfln for Divorce has been filed K "'' vou. and you are required to s'rve a. conv of vour Answer or Plead.rig to £M of Uorrrptalnt on the ,lal.USScSHS&,ee each week for four n '7 r e vl wee '" f THP 1EWISH FI.ORIDIAM. rf '"DONE AND ORDERED at Mtemfl nm^ids this.'7th day of December. A.D. 1953. B ,. KATHE RMAJV. Clerk. ClrcuR Cj""^ oMneSS H Rd. HMfdMtaml •<•* %  K r?f HdB



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PAGE 6 B *JeniitflewkUar RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Jqseph Rackovsky will officiate and diseims: Our Accusers. At 4 p.m.. Rabbi Rackovsky will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at MO a.m. Rabbi ST. Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Taking Time Out To Live. A class in Talmud, conducted by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz. is slated for 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Swirsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Joseph R Narot officiating. Cantor Jacob Born stein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: Rabbis. Prayers And Legislatures. Saturday morning services are at 11 a.m.. when Joel Levin, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M Levin, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • • BETH DAVID SVfOG O GUE will hold late Friday evening services at 8 15 pm. with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. The choir, under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. will ;i-M-t Dr. Jacob Cunningham, director of the Florida Region. Na tional Conference of Christians and Jews, will discuss: Holiday Observances In The Public Schools An Oneg Shabbat will follow sponsored by Mr>. Rebecca Castle Floral offerings will be by Mr and Mrs Jack Mintzer Saturday mornservices are at 9 am. Rabbi Shapiro Will tUtflttl the Weekly P irtiOD Duly services are at 7:30 a m. and 5:15 p.m. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Fridaj eve. ring services at 5 p.m. Oneg Shab• foruma are al 8 p.m with Rah Isaac Ever discussing current n relation to the Weekly Portion Saturday morning services Bl 9 ajn when Rabbi Kver will ich the lermoo Kiddusfa will follow. Mincha Is at 4 40 p m {olred b) Shaloa Seudoi with Max tor of PHtsburgh, ai boat ariv will follow Dail) services i' B 90 i in and at 5 p.m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold serv vices at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morn ing services are at 8:30 am. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and discuss: Power Of Brotherly lve Cantor Berele Kelemer will chant I the musical portion of the litgury. A class in Mishna is slated for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Late services are at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and discussing: Why All The Punishment. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brown in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary Cantor N. Yolles will chant the liturgySaturday morning services are at 8*30 a.na. Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha bal3pm. followed by Shalos ISRAEL CONGREGAVMU hold Friday evening serves at 5 p.m. Late services are at 8:15 p.a. with Rabbi Abraham ('asset officiating and discussing: The Power Of Prayer. Cantor Abraham Sent will render the musical portion of the liturgy, assisted by the School Choir. Saturday morning services are at 8 a.m. Study h.ur will be at 4:15 p.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m. Unity services are at 8 a.m. aad 4*4# p.m. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 pm. with Rabbi Moses Mesi cheloff officiating and discussing: | American Jews And World Jewry. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the lit urgy. Saturday morning services are at 830 am. when Rabbi Mes cheloff will discuss. Visions And PeedJunior services are slated at 9 a.m.. under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Refreshments will tie served by the Sisterhood, with Mrs Aaron Weingarten and MrAbraham Bergman as bostej scv Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed b) Shalos Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff will diacuas the Weekly Portion. Daily services are .it 7 and 8 a in and at 5 and 5:30 p.m. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening sen lei at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and discussing: Cult And Forgiveness This theme will be viewed as an aspect of the Biblical Joseph and a character by Sholem Aacb m hilatest novel. A Paramount Poultry. Inc. 1335 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-3578 ONLY EVISCERATED KOSHfP POULTRY PLANT IN FLORIDA Under Supervision of: RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Befh Jacob Vasd Hakashruth RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Finest Quality FRYERS HENS CAPONETTES TURKEYS DUCKS Cleaned and Koshered — Ready to Cook WE CAN SUPPLY 1 to 1,000 We Specialite in Supplying Hotels and Restaurants Passage In The Night. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. when Jimmy Tavss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tavss. 3930 SW 5th Ter race, will become Bar Mitzvah. Can tor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgyP""ents of the Bar Mitzvah will be bests at the Kidduah of Sanctification following the service. • • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and discussing: Portrait Of A Jew—Fact And Fiction. Cantor Philip Brummer will chant the liturgy, assisted by the Center Choir. Saturdaymorning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth of Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickman. and Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scher. will take place during the service. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 am. and 5:15 p.m. • • • HEBREW ACADECMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Alexander Gross will discuss: Is Bar Mitzvah Climax. Mincha will be at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Sunday morning services arc at 8 a.m. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER w.ll hold Friday morning services at 8:15 Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and chanting the liturgy. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: The Individual And The Community. An Onenj Shabbat follows. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. wheat David W. Me.sscr will become Bar Mitzvah Students of the Religious School will assist Rev. Heim with the liturgy Daily services are in the chapel at 7:30 p.m. • • • HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS Jewish Community Center will hold Friday evening services in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fraidlin who are marking their 41st wedding anni versary. itabbi Harry Ettinger will officiate and discuss: Revelation Cantor Israel Kershner will render the musical portions of the liturgy The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by the Fraidlins and Mr. and Mrs. N Becker. • • • TEMPLE SINAI, Hollywood, will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and preach on the topic: The Jewish Concept Ol The Mes siah Members of the Young Macca bean Boys will participate under the direction of Bernard Goldman advisor Cantor Joseph W Malek will render the musical porti. not tin' liturgy Saturday morning serv ues are at 9 a.m.. when Rev I dechai llaalman will assist. Kabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 10 a.m. • • • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Boris Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: A Debt Repaid. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, with Milton Eber. child psychologist at the University of Miami Child Guidance Clinic, as guest speaker. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen ryOkolica officiating and discussion: Eternal Light. The Oneg Shabbat following will be prepared by the Sisterhood. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Daily evening services are scheduled for 6 p.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing: Hollywood Turns To Religion For Salvation. An Oneg Shabbat will follow in honor of Mrs. Camillie Baum, one of the founders of Beth Sholom on the occasion of her 80th birthday. Saturday mornings services are at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of Nathaniel Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herzberg, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold early evening services Friday at 5:15 p.m.. and late Servvices at 830 p.m., with Rabbi Max M Landman officiating, assisted by Cantor David Bagley and the mixed choir. And The Children Of Israel Shall Be. Counted Once More will be the topic of the Rabbi's sermon. An Oneg Shabbat will fsMow Services will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday Rabbi landman will speak on The Birth Of Th. r^ 5 ^*! ISr Jun ,r iSaiH hold serv %  cpsintrS^* 1 Mmcha will b?t2>! f~ll "*K1 fl ip ttl£S'*""Jr, and Maariv -lws • • TlfERETH ISA**, S.DE CENTER ^ evening services at a-jaT? Rabbi Lou, rasseTo^ Cantor Albert Glanu *?„ M musical portions oltb, I An Oneg Shabbat, tendered^ Sisterhood, will follow Z *: S a a U m day mornin S -rvicesl; WEST MIAMI JEWISH CPi J will hold early FridVv J? services at 5:15 p.m.. £JJ Abraham Goldstein. 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DECEMBER 11. 1953 Levenson, Benjamin Sell West >r Track For Reported $2,000,000 *Jewisti fhridiarj PAGE 7 A Hrcht, Jr.. of Miami new president of the fgler Kennel Club which was sold by Jacob Sher Dissociates, S. C. Levenson bre Benjamin, for approxit'.OOO.OOO. along with Jack Cooper, president of Miami Beach, [ the famous greyhound fcnler from its former ownis the Track's new vice while Laurence Levenkmi attorney and son of enson, is new secretaryLw owners of West Flagler In natives of this area for fl rs. Hecht has been here 11. coming from Jacksonis president of the East jitributors and of the West fruit Company. has been a Miami Beach Ifor the past 17 years. He import-export and the lion business. He is assoIth the DeFonce Construcppany, which presently is [pumping stations for the piami sewer project. is a close friend of the lamily and has been active |ng about a better underof inter-American relath the Dominican Repub|w owners said that the op|f the West Flagler track ain in the hands of Sher associates, Levenson and nges in the track's personIbc made, Hecht and CoopThe same officials who *^/KiS)e Rebuilders lY CLEANING LAUNDRY T'The Besf on fhe Beach" |679 ALTON ROAD JIAMI BEACH, FLA. PH. 58-9487 See or Phono Mo FAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9SS1 r E INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Llfo Ins Co. 907 Blscayne Slog. 1 W. Flagler St. SUNRAYrVsJ&X HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM roe POT, COtfVALUCCMCI les'sw'So'r'eolHrr MIAMI01 *•••%, A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Miami Beach Checker Cabs, Inc. 24-Hour Service U-DRIVE IT CARS • PHONE 5-3411 T. F. LEJEUNE General Contractor Mortgage Loans T. F. LE JEUNE Owner 125 N.W. 54th STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 78-4266 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES j MEMORIALS 'Ail 1-1 3 o.w. oin sneel rnoa 4-09*2 % ff*^&^^SSS^S&^ F&&F&^^ :: *S&&t&^& ,.* voi UM tsKJT TV m/at TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS ^ MUCH HAPPINESS DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON HOBART Miami Restaurant Equipment IMk LIFE INSURAN WER BUM., 'E 2-0! 905 N.E. 1st AVENUE PHONE 9-2655 tPec/i/e ir>Ac Anciv cAocte ( Goiticn*fci Me finestin funelal'telwce A service thol leoves a lasting remembrance of beauty and reverence and the utmost In considerate attention at a time when most needed GORDON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Ph. 3-3431 Ph. 5-7677 B. a UMNITT, Funsrel Dfreeter V



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1IDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1953 t Jewistifk)ridrian 'nai B'rith Women late Local Affairs |B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters South Florida will participate llh the B'nai B'rith Men's Lodges I the mass initiation of new memLr^ ;it which Mr. Philip Klutznick. Iternational president, will pre on Thursday evening, DecemJr 17th, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami lach Jewish Center. |B nai B'rith leaders in the comiinity will meet separately with lutznick on Tuesday, December In. at the Monte Carlo Hotel, at B(i p.m., together with the Boards [the various chapters. There will a reception honoring Klutznick llowing the meeting. Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai fith Women will hold their week Menorah games party at the ess Hotel on Wednesday, Denber 16th, at 1 p.m., Mrs. Clare BCS is in charge of arrangements. > > < < Plans for the over-all donor kchcon sponsored by the B'nai Bth Women's Council of South rida are being completed acjing to Miss Edythe Fleischer, i president and donor chairman. fhv luncheon will take place on fsday. February 9th, at the Di Hotel with the Miami, Cora! es, Eleanor Roosevelt, Emma arus and Tropical Chapters of |ai B'rith Women participating. > € v Herman Brenner, president oral Gables Chapter of B'nai Ith Women, announces the next fetmfi at the Coral Gables Jewish ler, 320 Palermo Avenue, on pmber 22nd, at 8:30 p.m. ITS. Frank Wellins, southeastern si B'rith Youth Organization ict chairman, will introduce •ogram. i-akers will be George Lefcoe, si• 11n1 of the Youth Council and and Miss Barbara Pearl, DisNo. 5 officer of B'nai B'rith A musical cantata will be ented. PAGE 5 B RICCIO'S on the 79th Street Causewaj "NEW" Blue Grass Room Lounge Open 'Til 5 A.M. Phone 7-9555 BETTY'S "KNOWN FOR DELICIOUS AND WHOLESOME FOOD" Completely Air Conditioned Free Parking Lobo Lounge Continuous Entertainment Phone 9-9426 1440 Biscayne Blvd. .mrnmijmmmmmimKmmmmuammmmmai'nnmmtmmamtnmimmiaiummmmim if NOX MANOR ROOMS WITH T^r MEALS Fine Food* Spacious Patios Free Service to Beach Rooms with Double Exposure — Reasonable INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THOSE ON SPECIAL DIETS 827 LENOX AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-7971 %  i rM'if. "-. ^-v--\^^v^v^v^v^v^ v^v*v-~v 5s Seefried Interview rs. Marie Volpe will interview jard Seefried, soprano of .the upolitan Opera Association, on lay, December 12th, over staWKAT, at 6:30 p.m. Miss Seewill be guest soloist with the fersity of Miami Symphony iestra, under the baton of John sr. on December 13th and 14th. Ninety years old and still an active business executive, Mrs. Regina Margareten, tireless matriarch of the Horowitz and Margareten families, prepares for the task of distributing her huge birthday cake. This sprightly great-great grandmother, who never misses a day's work, boasts of 18 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren in her five-generation family. The multi-million dollar business she directs was once a neighborhood grocery store which she, he* husband and father tended 70 years aao when they arrived in New York from Hungary. Under her guiding hand, Horowitz Brothers and Margareten became world famous for matzo and other Kosher food products. 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PAGE 6 A +JewlsJirk**aa*L FRIDAY. Mrt.lUkmtm Mrs. liebman Named Director Of Elementary Education By Superintendent Thomas Mrs. Malvina Liebman was this week appointed director of elementary education by School Superintendent AV. R. Thomas. Mrs Liebman succeeds Mrs. Elsie Delaney. A resident of Miami Beach for 33 years, Mrs. Liebman received almost ail of her education in Beach schools. She has been principal of Central Beach Elementary, where she attended school at the age of 10, when sh? and h** family moved here from New York. Mrs. Liebma l atari I 11ST leaching career at '^at f *h f o' 2" years ago. while earning h— barV.lor's degree in education at the University of Miami. She received the MA degree at Columbia University in 1947. and later did graduate work on a fellowship at Harvard I niversity. She is co-author of a handbook for teachers in training which is used throughout the Florida school system. In addition, she has written a number of articles on elementary education for national publications Mrs. Liebman is a member of the Board of the Miami Symphony < !ub. the Education Committee of the National Conference of Christuns and Jew* and Executive Committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education She and her husband. Seymour Liebman. Sisterhood to Meet Monthly luncheon of the Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held in the social hall of the Synagogue on December 16th. at 12:30 p.m Assisting Mrs Irvin Sirkin. chair man. will be the Mesdames Simon April, Gabriel Perlman. Mollie Harrison and Max Spiegel. Internationally known Cantor Berele Chagy is now a guest at the Strath Haven Hotel. Miami Beach. Cantor Chagy will spend the winter there. Edward Richard Mufson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mulson. 4544 North Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, December 5th. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated. Edward, a student at Beth Sholom Religious School, is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High I School. I — Leon Jacob Schcr Bar Mitzvah Here The Bar Mitzvah of Leon Jacob Scher. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scher. 1040 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach, will take place on Saturday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Leon is an eighth grade student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School and attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Miss Maria— t.rf •• Bertman, Goodman Troth Announced Miss Marlene Bertman and Jerry Goodman are engaged. The brideelect has already received her ring from her high school sweetheart. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bertman. of 1024 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach, announced the engagement at a family dinner here. Mr Goodman is the son of Mr. and Mrs Murray Goodman. 8344 B\n>n Avenue. Miami Beach Ufl Itcrtman graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami, where she was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. She is nowemployed by the Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders' International Union. Mr. Goodman graduated from j Lindsey Hopkins Vocational School | and attended the UM and the I'm IWIHJI of Florida. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. He will leave for the service some time I this month. Sidney Shapiro Bar Mitzvah at Academy Sidney Shapiro, son of Reverend and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. 929 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, will (become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin {cipal. will deliver the sermon and present the confirmation certificate. He will speak on: Is Bar Mil/Yah A Climax. Sidney is a member of the senior class in the English and Hebrew : Departments of the Academy. He ialso a member of the Young 1 Judaea group and the Hebrew | Academy Chorus He will chant the Musaf services and read the entire Portion of the Law from the Scroll in addition to the recitation of the Haftorah. Reverend Shapiro is a Board member of the Hebrew Academy Daddies' Club, a member of the Board of Education at the Academy and was former president of Agudas Hashochtim Mrs. Shapiro is on the Board of Directors of the Hebrew Academy Women and a chairman of Oneg Shabbat. sponsored by the women's organization. Kiddush will be served at the conclusion of the services. iWeisses Honey moon On Tour of Mexico Honeymooning in Mexico follow1 ing a double ring ceremony are Lenore Beverly Coplan and Sherhurt S. Weiss. Officiating at the ceremony was Rabbi Morris Skop, j of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The wedding dinner was held at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel, Miami Beach. The former Miss Coplan is the I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave G. Coplan, of Miami and Deland, Florida. She is a graduate of Mi, ami Beach High School, attended Miami University and has been active in theatre groups both locally and in California. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her gown was of French chantilly lace bodice with nylon tulle skirts. She wore white orchids. Mr. Weiss, formerly of Youngs town, Ohio, is the son of Mrs. Rose MrS. JtfSfMl m. M#9#f i? Mrs. Shtrkvrt S. Weiu Weiss. 610 SW 18th Avenue. Miami. He received the LLB degree from Ohio Northern University and is a member of the Ohio and Florida Bar Associations. He is active in local civic organizations. Mrs. Ben Z. Grenald was matron of honor, and Al Wise, brother-inlaw of the groom, was best man. Out-of-town guests included Hugh Coplan, Washington. D.C., Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg, Detroit. Michigan, and Mr. and Mrs. Geerge GoodfriendrNew Ye. The couple will be at home at 221 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables. Airs. Goldberg Named Chesed Shel tmess President for Third Consecutive Term Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess will hold its installation dinrer on Sunday. December 13th. at 6 p.m., in the Dora August Memorial Hall. Mrs. Israel Goldberg will be in stalled as president of the Sisterhood for the third consecutive year. Others are the Mesdames Anna Block and Rachael Sakawitz. 1st and 2nd vice president: Sarah Stone, treasurer: Fred Ochs, recording and correspondent secretary; and Sam Geltner. financial sectary and publicity chairman. Board of Directors includes Nathan Alexander and the Mesdames M. Gold. Anna Gruberg. Gussie Hershbein, Lizzie Litt, Sam Okanoff, Pauline Rappaport. Mary Wengrow. Celia Wilner and Mr. and Mrs. David Singer. Lippson. Sakowitz Engagement Told Miss Ruth Lynn Lippson and Theodore J. Sakowitz are engaged. The bride elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Lippson, 725 SW 23rd Road, Miami. Mr. Sakowitz is the son of Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz. 1533 SW 3rd Street, and the late Asriel B. Sakowitz. Miss Lippson graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami and the University of Florida. She is now employed as a medical secretary. Mr. Sakowitz graduated from Miami Senior High School and the University of Miami School of Business Administration and College of Law. He was the first president of the Hillel Foundation on the U of M campus and belonged to Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. He is chairman of the Beth El Academy. H n SUlL n Bear? Elaine Goldsmith The bride. whTrf?! Abbott Avenue S' the daughter of ft. uel Goldsmith, M Maid of honor was he-, Naomi Kramer. Jack ^1 BfiV he •"£ The bride was attired, ster white tissue tUta,, dress. Her veil con,?' wreath of orange bit shoulder length nylon g a Bible_ covered with whjJ Newly wed Mrs. S* W the High School of UL! and the Collegiate Sent lege in New York City i employed by the > of Variety Artists. The groom, of Mizail the son of Mr. and Mn, Siegel, New York City, j ed Syracuse University York University la* j also served for three, seas with the Armed Fs. at present co-owner of i Road Package Store. A late afternoon at the Sherry FronieattJ lowed the ceremony. 11 will make their home ken] Abbott Avenue. Miami| Proceeds for Rose Perte.-. presided j Chapter. Mizrachi V week announced a hi card party (or Tuesday. I 15th. at the home of Mali Clein. 1860 SW 4th lessen are Rachel Bertha Shatz. I'M Professors to Honor David Messer At His Bar Mitzvah David William, son of Mr. Samuel Messer. 250 NW 49th Avenue), will become Bar Mitzvah at the KJaaler-Granada Jewish Community Center on Saturday. December 12th. at 10 a.m. David attends Kinloch Junior High School, where he is a member of the band. Patrol Board and athletic group. He has been nominated several times as "outstanding citizen" of his school. He is also one of the outstanding students of the Center's Religious School, taking the examination for Bar Mitzvah given by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Faculty members at the University of Miami will be among guests of honor. Father of the Bar Mitzvah is Associate Professor of Education at the University. Others will include Sol and Ted Messer. of Mount Freedom, NJ.. Mrs. Eleanor Day, of Lake Ronkonkona, N.J.. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Werner, of Dayton. Ohio, and Mrs. Laura Singer, of New York, aunts and uncles of the Bar Mitzvah. David will chant the traditional blessings and address the congregation. Rev. Leo Heim, religious leader, will officiate and speak in behalf of the celebrants. Mr. and Mrs. Abrahaa] of 526 15th Street Mia announce the birth of i grandchild. Lori-Sue. otj December 6th. Shei.-tief of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Wn lyn. New York Mrs W* former Florence Tun* tfj YIJO L %  v Nathaniel Alan He of Mr. and Mrs. Josepkl berg. 961 West 4ttT Miami Beach, will Bar Mitzvah on S December 12th. 10:4S i Temple Beth Sholom. Leon Kronish will d Nathaniel, a student all Sholom Religious ScW in the seventh jade *> tilus Junior rhghjc^*j Salanter Ycshiva Student Bar Mil At Center Satur Lester Brickman. SOBI Mrs. Frank Brichmw. 1U Avenue. Miami Beacfc, brate the occasion of W" van on Saturday. DgJ. at the Miami BeackJ^Jj Rabbi Irving Lebroas The Bar Mitzvah ** the Salanter Yestovaitv for four years W *£" Hebrew Academy where he graduated receiving The J** Award for essay **j Currently. hes/J| student a. MjaauBajy High School His IWJ"! an open house'n W^ home on Sunday 4J^J| Mr. BncWmw < koaher foods for t* w Beach



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liamians To Attend Three-Day Annual IJA Meeting in New York on Weekend NEW YORK—The amount of Kid which American Jews will be tailed on to make available to the liwish Appeal in 1954 for the ettlement and a development of Israel, the welfare and rehabilitation of distressed Jews in European and Moslem lands and refu gee reception and adjustment in Ihe United States will be assessed and fixed by more than 1,200 Idelegates. representing communities throughout the 48 States as they meet in New York December 11th through 13th for the anlual national conference of the L'.IA, it was announced this week ay Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. The three-day annual Conference, to be held at the Waldorf i-toria Hotel, will determine the sums to be sought from America's Jewish communities on the basis &f the financial needs presented by the UJA's three constituent ijencies, the United Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee and United Service for New vmericans. Each agency, Warburg said, will submit a detailed stateIment ot its budgetary requirei-nts for the coming year and at the same time will report on its (achievements during 1953. A group of prominent leaders kvill represent the Greater Miami Ijewish community at the annual [national conference, it has been [announced by Aaron M. Kanner, [campaign chairman of the 1954 I Combined Jewish Appeal. Named to represent the Greater [.Miami area are Mr. and Mrs. Carl iWeinkle, Howard Kane, Mr. a"nd| BUrs. Sam J. Heiman, Charles; Fruchtman, Harry Sirkin, Mr. and plrs. Lou Goldman, Faye Ablin, | Kanner, and Benjamin B. Rosen berg, executive director of the [Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The conference, in setting the [stage for the UJA's 1954 nationwide campaign, which will come as its 16th successive annual drive lor funds, will hear from a roster of noted American, Israeli and Jewish communal figures. Among these are Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Israel Finance Minister Levi Eshkol, Israel Ambassador to the United States Abba S. Eban. Moses VV. Beckelman, director genera" Committee, and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice chairman ol the United Jewish Appeal. The Conference will also assess the results of an emergency fourmonth drive for 825000,000 in cash which the Appeal launched at the beginning of September u a spe cial measure for the meeting of winter relief needs in Israel, Europe and North Africa The cash drive has been under the national chairmanship of Joseph Holtzman of Detroit, who is also a national campaign chairman of the UJA. Mrs. Miller Named to Head Drama Department At Hebrew Academy Mrs. Gershon Miller, local speech consultant and dramatics director, will head the Dramatics Department of the Hebrew Academy, it was announced this week by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Secular Jewish Education To be Discussed at Forum Der Yiddish Forum, sponsored by the Greater-Miami YIVO Committee, opened its third season on Saturday evening at the Kneseth Israel Congregation with a lecture and readings of his poetry by Itzik Manger. This year, the Forum series will again be devoted to a varied program of lecturers, discussions and literary evenings, according to an announcement here. On Saturday evening. December 12th, guest speaker will be Zalmon Efroikin, national director of Jewish Education of the Workmen's Circle of America. Topic of his discussion is scheduled as: Secular Jewish Education. PAGE 3 B Kahn Circle to Meet The Shirley B. Kahn Circle No. 1714, Companions of the Forest of America, will meet on Thursday, December 17th, 8 p.m., at the Alcazar Hotel. Eleanor Ratelle in Talk Eleanor Ratelle, of the Miami Heraid Glamour C'inic, was guest speaker at the Dieter's Anonymous Club, of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center Thursday. Beth Sholom Sisterhood Casts for Musical Casting for a musical review to be staged by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will begin on I Monday evening, December 14th, 8 : p.m., in the Temple Banquet Hall, I according to an announcement this week. Men, as well as women, will be included in the cast, stated Mrs. Aaron Farr, chairman of the review project. Mrs. Trixie Levin is producer and dirctor of the show which will be given on March 23rd and 24th for the benefit of the Beth Sholom Religious School. Mrs. Bert S. Klee is Sisterhood president. i The Better Hot Cereal! WOLFFS CREAMY KERNELS (Buckwheat Grits) Tempting, tasty, satisfying with that delightful flavor that appeals to everyone! So rich in protein and other valuable food elements... so easy to prepare and easy to digest. Grand as the daily breakfast cereal... and for pancakes, in soups, and at a tide-dish with fish, meat, vegetables. DELICIOUS NUTRITIOUS • THRIFTY A1SO IHIOY WOUF'S BROWN IUCKWHEAT MOATS... 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Mrs. Miller is a member of the First Dramatic Trio and has been Of the Joint Distribution prescntin g p i avs and package programs for clubs and organizations. • In her new post, Mrs. Miller will teach speech to the Senior classes In addition to voting 1954 fiat tne Academy and will supervise ancial objectives and reviewing a) | dramatic programs in the Hepast accomplishmnts of the Ap-, Drew an ,| English Departments peal and its beneficiary agencies, i ( nere the Conference will elect UJA national officers for the coming year. Her first assignment will be to direct the dramatic and musical program for the Hebrew Academy's annual dinner scheduled for January 17, 1954. at the Di I-ido Hotel. Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Cvtry Sunday, WMBM, 12 t. 2 p.m. This program it MM lint and h tl largest listening audience Features the Jewish Philosopher NORMAN R. LYONS. 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1* PAGE 9 B • W m To All ... A Most Happy Chanuka lion Marehe Cleaners 1274 N.W. 62nd STREET PHONE 7-0641 rs and Board members of the Coral Gables Zionist District recently installed at a dinner .. the Antilla Hotel are (seated, left to right) Mrs. Abraham Kitzen, Mrs. Meyer Fine, el Barkin, treasurer, Morris Simon, president, Mrs. Morris Simon, corresponding secreOscar Greene and Dr. A. Kitzen. Standing (left to right) are Daniel Cravitt, Sidney krs, vice president, Meyer Fine, financial secretary, Milton Friedman, Harold G. Shapiro, %  urewitz, Irving Sperling, vice president. Dr. David Oberstein, Morris Belgrade, Louis Kap Max Friedson, Morey Rayman, recording secretary, and Gilbert Rappaport, ZOA director i State of Florida. Not shown are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Levick, Mrs. 6idney Sanders and Lucille Toloff. iz Baked Beans Herald Season >ven Cooking; Recipes Abundant 5 the season for oven For there's something dish brought steaming oven that warms both id *oul far quicker than %  r. cookery, once there's a Ihe air. is the most pleaslact the most effortless(preparing a meal. among the most effortless ^('tempting foods to be in this manner are baki, Of course, even when [not at a premium, canned Wans are always welcome kind that are really ovenind steeped in a rich, red jsauce. for the can wfth> the'U'Al |inn of Orthodox Jewish tat ions of America. The label has been redesigned by the way; and it car[mouth-watering picture of fashioned New England pot i)K with beans. M baked beans are especially good when prepared in a casserole in the oven in one of the following ways. Chunks of golden sweet pineapple are baked with tomato sauced beans for an eye-catching c a s serole called Hawaiian Baked Beans. HAWAIIAN BAKED BEANS 1 can Heinz oven-baked beans 2 slices canned pineapple, cut into pieces 1 tablespoon pineapple syrup 2 tablespoons light hrown sugar Dash ground cloves Heat oven to 375 Meg. F. (Moderately hot). Combine all inegredients in 9" x 7" x 2" casserole. Bake at 375 deg, F. for 30 minutes or until hot. Makes 3-4 servings. Note: This recipe may be doubled by using 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves and doubling other ingredients. A hearty main dish is available by adding || pound ground beef to two cans of Kosher beans, seasoning the combination with onion. # of golden sweet pineapple are baked with tomato d beans for an eye-catching casserole called Hawaiian Beans. ketchup, mustard and a sprinkling of vinegar. WESTERN BAKED BEANS x k pound ground beef 1 cup chopped onions 2 tablespoons shortening 2 teaspoons salt Dash pepper '£ cup Heinz Tomato Ketchup 1 tablespoon Heinz Cidar Vinegar 1 tablespoon Heinz Prepared Mustard 2 Its ounce cans Heinz OvenBaked Beans Heat oven to 400 deg. F. (Moderately hot). Brown beef and oniony in shortening. Add remaining ingrients; mix well. Turn into 9 7" x 2" casserole. Bake at 400 deg. F. for 30 minutes or until beans are hot. Makes 4-5 servings. Corn and baked beans made good flavor partners, too. COLONIAL CASSEROLE 1 16-ounce can Heinz OvenBaked Beans 1 cup whole kernel corn, drained 1/3 cup chopped onion '/, cup Heinz Tomato Ketchup W teaspoon salt Heat oven to 400 deg. F. (moderately hot). Combine all ingredients. Pour into a 9" x 7" x 2" casserole. Bake at 400 deg. F. for 30 minutes. Makes 4 servings. Maurois Novel to be Reviewed on Tuesday Lelia, a novel by Andre Maurois on the life of George Sand, will be reviewed on December 15th. Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. The Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, sponsor, announced that this will be the only review of the series to be presented in December. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein is reviewer with Mrs. Morris Aloert, co-ordinator. Beth David Day Marked More than 40 private card parties were held in homes of members Wednesday to mark Beth David Day here, according to Mrs. Isidore Cohen, chairman. Proceeds are earmarked for the synagogue. ID RAISING CH AinmiN I [An Exciting Opportunity! RAISE MONEY "ID THE TREASURY •f roar ANIZATI0N • YOUTH GROUP • SISTERHOOD I Calf Mi/Ion Balsam at |THE JEWISH F10RIDIAN 2-8212 To All... Happy Chanuka SHELL LUMBER CO., INC. 2733 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-4401 ATWIIX and COMPANY Not Inc. Investment Securities 605 Lincoln Rd. — Miami Beach, Fla. Fin! National Bank Bldfl. — Miami. Fla. Ph. 5-5816 Ph. 82-2636 GREETINGS OPENS DEC. 17th Victor Bidone Restaurant FRENCH & ITALIAN CUISINE 1334 18th Street Reservations Call 5-9169 GREETINGS T O A L L ART-CEMENT MFG. CO. 2900 S.W. 28th LANE, MIAMI Phone 4-0853 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1 1545 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL '?' 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-.1 Academy TRfctt Salts Pass $9,000 Mart MM* Ticket BSjsS ami jii— i l sshwrtisements (or :he? stxtik tmmtm\ < %  %  ne r of the Hebe** Aok^Mtji t*sw* ihe S9.000 mark W* J a iwU ? fc I Binder. cv>-ckirm MOMMiot The S!*Ka-c**ipe K w rtw scheduled lor Swb? Ry* %  >nary 17th. at the otm r* LseV H> tel. Binder and Chart** F>JCB*U* are co-chairmen tor is* fuartiMi with Mayor Harold Shapiro oi M. ami Beach, honorary chairman Much ot the credit for tr itail we have made goes to Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs lent] man. the co-chairmen of the Journal Committee for the Hebrew Academy Women.' Binder said Mrs. Sidney Ruhinowitr. proident of The women's organization, reported that more workers than ever before are selling advertisement! for the pictorial journal The book is issued in conjunction with the dinner. Binder and Fruchtman reported that the goal for thi* year's dinner is to exceed the number of peraooa attending the 1953 function in th Miami Beach Aud.torium by a t minimum of 100 ptrtOOJ A Board of Directors meeting was scheduled at the Cromwell Hotel for Thursday night to hear a progress report on the dinner and journal. Schachtor to Appear in Late Sunday Program Jewish Variety Hour director Ja cob Schachter will celebrate 23 years on thr> air with an additional half hour every Sunday from 4:30 to 5 p.m. Schachter's program ap pears weekly on Sunday over station WMBM at 12 p.m Live talent will be featured ac cording to Schachter, on the late afternoon program. Among those scheduled to appear are Joseph Schreibman. music director of the Miami Bewh Jest*! *• flk sing,/?*' >ns. Miami ,t, orfte Rabbi Jot songs, recitans and scones from Sholom Aleichem's Chanuka Cielt. according to I. Lasavin. principal Guest oi honor will inZalman Yclroikm. national educational cli rector oi the Workmen's Circle YAHRZEIT DATES AT A GLANCEI FREE TO OUR READERS! Seventh Edition Of Famous 24Year Hebrew-English Calendar (Joes I'p To 1955. Swank La Rue Restaurant menu is checked by new operators Joe Cohen and Manny Smith before opening December 17th. Cohen is a partner in the Embers and is a three-decade Miami resident. Smith is hi* son-in-law and operates a provision company here. ^^^ &ti \l! 470 UWCs %  MIAMI BEACH.FU PHONE 5-2978 / Series on s-IVwiNh MusiV IN Slated On Friday evening. Joseph Mooney will introduce the Jewish composers and music series over the Jewish Family Program. 6:30 p.( Station WM1E Mooney i> di p.m.. station WMIE. Mooney is dimctor of the Miami Beach Com Riunlty Center and director of music activities at the Beach Branch GMJCC. Ha il also SSS0 ciated with the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra Margaret Yoman hi director of the Jewish Family Program. Ben Yoman is in charge of music, with Ethel Takes heading up publicity The new edilion of the calendar! Ml Hebrew and English dates from l'lll In IMS. All Jrwi-h holiday It IM4. Tfii pubhrMimi hin'teniced with M I I ierhood on December 16th through 18th. at 10 am. each day. in the BThrifty Store. 13020 NE 8th A\enue. Mrs. II, Schman is chairman Coworkers are the Mesdames J. Friedland. D. Goodman. M Green berg and II. Shopmaker. A regular meeting of the Sisterhood will be held at the Com munity Hall on Monday. December 14th. 8 p.m (complete and TtependaUe Ji/le M IAMI TITU & Obstruct Co, 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COOT! ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSv Titlt Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Cs. Capital, Serp/tri Reserves ficeee) $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE I Builders of Immortal Memorials for the jrort <* man Jewish Trade Look /or' the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3241 Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR with The Deem ot Jewish Commentators MORRIS NASATIR EVERY SUNDAY fress 9:30 to 11 a.m. Listen Te Oar New Feature Lift It JUST A DREAM Dade Federal SAVE MORE and You'll HAVE MORE! Don't just wish for the things you want. Do something about it! Wishes have a way of coming true when you work and save. OPEN YOUR DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT where thousands ore new savins millions. DADE FEDERAl SAVINGS Accounts ore INSURED to $10,000 by Ih. F.d.-al Say. ingt and loan Insurance Corporation and EARN liberal dividends twice a year for you at the current rate of Deft per annum. COHWENIEBT OFFICE! TO SERVE YOB rrn AUJMTTAH IRCH 1411 R. W. till Slrtel MAIN 0FFI8I 4$ I. First *••• \ Dade Federal """ M1 % %  HIMIIli £(,09 1111 $ ** dbttomCSto fasoctiJuht ofjtifoni Iwtinetl Houri • AM to 3 P.M. Weekdayi 9 AM to 12 Noon Saturday! i and. our Branch Officot or* open Friday evening until S P.M. •tm'&s* OUR RESOURCES EXCEED SO MILLION DOLLARS



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PAGE 2 A +JeistFkrkfc>r Bond Drive Schedules BIG Day for December 20; Fishman is Commander First phase of Operation YVindup wiUJ>e heldm the Greater. .Miami area next week. December 13th through 20th. by the Israel Bond Organization. Climax of the week "ill be BIG Day. an inten.-ive oneday effort scheduled for Sunday. December 201h. All volunteers have been invited to attend a special breakfa.-t m | vcht'duled for the main dining' room of th. Hotel at 10 Sunday. At that time, workers will be i en a blueprint of the operation "by Jacob C. Fishman. community {worker and BIG Week commander.' and. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Greater Mi*mi chairman for State of Israel | 3onds Nal Winokur has accepted _,bh f of Big Week Lieutraaat i. Ihe Coral Gables area. a Fi-hman. who is operator**! th AValdof Towers Hotel and reside! at 5334 LaGorce Drive. MianBeach, is a Board member of Tern] pie Beth Sholom. a member of the Board of Governors. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and has served n the Boards of various Zionist 1 'ups for many years. He has' %  i.-ited lane] and has had the op-] oortunity of seeing at first hand! the improvements directly attributed to the sale of State of Israel '< Bonds. The Big Day Commander announced that an objective of $500.000 in redemption of pledges and sale of new bonds has been set I for this particular campaign in the .Miami area. "Thousands of dollars are needed now by Israel Fishman empha-' sired in appealing to all members <ible at' This time to Israel he declared Fishman also reported that spe-, rial arrangements are being made with a leading Miami Beach hotel ti s^t up a nerve-center in the ho tel. complete with a battery of to direct BIG Day ac wineIt ia!-', expected that special appeals will be made by Mayors Abe AronoMtz. of Miami, and Har Rabbi Lehrman To be Honored Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami B&ach Jewish Caj^i^rUt W honorfl at a testi-' monial dinner on Sunday night. January' 3rd. at the new Di Lido \ Hotel Announcement of the function was made by Samuel Fried-j land, president of the Center, who %  will serve as general chairman of the dinner. Rabbi Lehrman assumed his dual the Center in August,! 1043. at its old site on Euclid Av! enue. a re-modeled home. From a | membership of less than 200, the I Drewich to be Feted A celebration honoring H. M. Drewich. sixth-term president of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, on the occasion of his 73rd old Shapiro, of Miami Beach A condensed telethon will also be produced over Wometco's WTVJ television station to explain the dire need for investment funds at the present time. Mrs. Glasser. Greater Miami chairman, explained that this is the first phase of Operation Windup, completion of the sale of the Independence Issue of State of Israel Bonds. "It is urgent that we make every effort to complete this program with the greatest degree of success." Mrs. Glasser declared. "Miamians have done a magnificent job. but only a fraction of what Israel needs has been attained. We expect everyone to do his duty." Bagels and lox will be served at the Algiers breakfast on Sunday, December 13th. at 10 a.m. Raaai lehrman frmthtmrnm Joint Installation Slated Sunday A joint installation of officers of Chesed Shel Emes> and its Sis terhood will take place on Sunday evening. December 13th. 6 p.m., in the Dora August Memorial Hall of Congregation Beth El. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will be install ing officer Announcement of the affair was made this week by Nathan Ginsburg, president, and Mrs. Rebecca Goldberg. Sisterhood president Rabbis and Cantors of the Greater Miami area will be present at the installation evening. center has grown to more than 1,000 families today. Charles Fruchtman. vice president of the center, has been appointed by Friedland to serve as chairman of the dinner arrangements committee. Fruchtman said that "we plan to make January 3rd a night that Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman and the entire community will long remember." A graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City. Rabbi Lehrman served as spiritual leader of Temple Shomrei Emunah at Montclair. New Jersey, prior to assuming his local pulpit. Rabbi Lehrman is a member of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and is a member of the Rabbinical Assembly of America. He is southeastern chairman of the American Technion Society and on the Boards of numerous local religious and civil groups. A well known speaker. Rabbi Lehrman has keynoted scores of local and national conventions, i meetings and dinners. ^pfl TERMITE i&M. 'CONTROL <^ 350 Lincoln Road MMsaniM — Phono 5-54It Entrance on Washington AT*. OCULISTS Proscriptions Filled Lonsoa and Framoi Duplicated Largo Selection in Latest Stylos I birthday, will be held ZT %  .<* he s>na g0 J" ***' ven.n, Dec ember m J ** boconvng a c,t„.„ 1 '"'" *.„,. If o. we will i, a „", *"> natint %  nit.al obligation y0u """Out ,,I THI SERVICE CLINK F, nJ2 TvTsERvicf No Charge FoTfcdptfglygyi T v ;.iJ2l City Wide I. FT. ttS DAY WOREERS Betel Maids Porters. DisiiftiL, Catered MaidsPort Tte M y Time in Rrhrol* Homei ACE EMPLOYMDIT R7 N.E. lit Av*. 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PAGE 4 B Myers Reelected GM JCC President At Annual Meeting; Board Named Stanley C. Myers was reelected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community (enter at an nnual meeting held this week in he Center's Town Branch Over 200 Center members participi' the election, wnicl ced '..• Mrs Hill and A Budd Cutler, vice pn >ari Weinkk treasure! r> StilU A lane Board of Directors abo chosen to serve for the coming year. Richard Fink sent chairman of the meeting which fea tured an annual report of the pre>i dent. Myers indicated that the Center is now beginning to meet the chal 'enge of keeping pace with the rapid growth of population in Dade Comity, by providing extension unices in new and outlying areas of the community. Refreshments were served by members of the Center's Adult Social Group, under the leadership of Mrs. Paula Orlik. following Center member* a % % %  lected to iii* Board of l' i Ackednian, Charle* Adelman. i.. mfl Atberl Lit H ill* Hal Belln • M I W i! I i. > m 1 11 %  I %  ..,, i -|i ken, Mi Sylvia 't-i ikof, i M. B. Cirlll I I I Uir.ihi.m Afttjt/W IS TIME FOR Cohen, Mn Abraham Cotton, M %  \ii.. i %  • Comanor, A Itwl.l Cutlet li Ins I'ypan htn Harrj Onnan>, u / Jack I >I-K-..II M Mr .; %  v Kit.-' in., II. MiM %  II !' %  VI M H R v Mr* Jf KTee.!. M •l M M H, :•• %  .. \' Mr1 i \ %  ..liurl \ %  %  < H.rr V >| %  \1 ,n.l Mr% %  \ Kanaet Mr ami Mrs, l..-n Kaplan. Itiil Ka|>lan I < • K.,:i IT Kina K .-William \1r> Keberca Kneajer. Abe K .l.i. k l-m|rt. 1-vina IJSS. Bra Philip Laffkowth, Mr* Nathani.. Lavla, Mr> Anna Irvine. Mr n.i Mn Mori iI.iniad<> I'i Sim,.n Upton. Maralene Link*. Mrs Itenjamin MllULUl|d Miller, Mi and Mr*. (Jerahon .MTUT. Ed M<% %  • %  Sue Ml ftMllaMWi" X,i\lkoff. Paula -"VWrTOV,. Sldnej Palmar, rVlKAid i'i_ 1 -' P 1-avld II Pran$*fflH..Xt s %  ;; %  %  ,!: %  S rph Huaenkranta, Leo Root, Mrs. Alh r Hnihm-in Irvlna ISuil M Beymour Samet. %  I -<<-a*% I'hlllp S.-hift. W Ilia rd Srl->—li'f>l l'i and Mi>• mour > %  • Tsornard nasal, Ram Keltlln, if'i Hawaii Mr and Mra i... Snelnei Herberl E Rrher, Km l,.n Shetniao. > £l*-l K Rhochat. I 'r -. hubs' Kdith Khulmai %  .111,1 Ml | --,. i. .r. Sin -." H7.. Simon, U-. tSuufU> (.-. !..! %  i.. • M ifl NtUfei %  Mr and Mi MO.. i • -bai i •: Arthur Sokorofl Stanle) Splelei Mi and MiT.ewiiRtarnaheln, Mr and Mra Kldne) Rl • • Mra Carl ~ --'K ml. William Ruaaman, I TH liber, Fiank Tatiaar. Mr an, I Mi> II,rt Top|iel, Harold Thurinim. Mi and Mr* Carl Welnkle Jerome Weln. kle, Julian W • nk • 11 si.ml.y A'elntraub. I • U. Wall w II. inii. Al Zieg. r Mn Samuel Zlblt, Mr and MiWililiiin Zuckerman, Mart-) Eukerk Tarn THE PERFEa CRACKER Pint. o< H andor luncheon — *t •, Tm) ifi for cm-vh* DMHirliia'1 t< %  |W kon. ikM Intnd • ttotk r.n kal ...M't i^< pctlra laar-matr to ill **out Lwui b• >.r.jo, ^IKO aad ifmdil 4k r;. I,ekW h Tear Aaaeaan • STIICTltT KA1NBUTN 4 INIJl OUAUTTI Dr. Stepner is Speaker The Psychological Discussion Group of the Miami Beach Division. National Council of Jewish Women, will meet on Thursday. December 17th. 8 p.m.. at the Delano Hotel. Speaker will be Dr. Lester A. Stepner. practicing psychoanalyst, in a talk on: The Relationship Of F'eminine Psychology To Physical Illness. ROSEDALE &***** • KOSHER STYLE COOKING • AIR CONDITIONED • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • FREE PARKING Catering for all size Parties 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 97W4 A KtMfMBtK YOU CAM Bf SUtf Of THf F/f.'f ST FOOD AT yff£ MENDELSOHN'S %  yj^J) RESTAURANT J. CATERERS Corner 41st St. A Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach i Telephone 58-7074 Air Conditioned Dianers and A la Cart* Troditional Dinners Only an Friday Aft CONtrtON(D Trocodero Kosher Restaurant 23rd STREET 1 Block off Collins Avenue "IHl AtfJTOCtATfC SflWCI Of KOSHU CUISINt" SitiliMf Plottai 16 Oi. Steak. Chaps. Shoshlik Saathem Fry Chicken, Derma, Knishts, etc Nil Casrsa Dinner trass $100 als* o | 0 Cortt WE CATER FOR All OCCASIONS PUtf/rtrts 67th A Collins. %  Miow



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PAGE 8 A -JcwistintrkMori An Important Message to the Many Friends and Customers of FOOD FAIR STORES a n d CARLS MARKETS A message about greater value and finer quality for your food dollar Food Fair Stores are pleased to bring you the news that Carls Markets are now part of the famous Food Fair family. This means that these two outstanding: chains of Food Department Stores in South Florida begin operation as one greater organization. Together they will comprise 45 large and modern market* in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Food Fair in Florida will operate four warehouses, with a large bakery in addition to its 45 outlets. With co-workers totaling in excess of 2000 persons. > %  working together as one organization and combining our facilities, Food Fair and Carls Markets will naturally be able to offer you even greater convenience, finer service and fuller value than ever before. Here you will find the largest and best variety of famous brands, and the freshest of perishable food products. As this great South Florida area continues its phenomenal growth, so will we continue to build more and more Food Department Stores to serve your needs. Actually several new ones are right now under construction. If you are not already a customer of Food Fair or Carls Markets, we hope to see you soon. We look forward to more pleasant visits from our very many wonderful friends and customers in Florida. Chairman of the Board Food Fair Store., lac • <—warn



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IY, DECEMBER 11, 1953 -Jewish nrwiriln an LEGAL KOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW lii-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1,1. %  > signed, desiringto engage In under the fictitious name of • MISS OK MIAMI, at 3240 f-'-ih Avenue, Miami, Florida. to register snld name with l, ,,f the Circuit Court of I>ade Florida. ; %  yriME OF MIAMI. Inc. .1 Florida I'oi |MM allon |,\KI' S. MAMH.KII r,r corporation IS 1-11 ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i: IS HEREBY UIVEN that I,-i sinned, desiring to engage la under the fictitious name of i\\ STERN CO. (Nol Inc.). nt IV: ll'Jul Street, North Miami. to register snld name with i, k of the Circuit Court Of Dade Florida',-iDNKY MORC.ANSTKHN (Sole Owner) I-1---•'> riCE UNDER #ICTITIOUS NAME LAW |H-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jeisigned, desiring to engage in i> under the fictitious name of %  BY RECORD DISTRIBITat 436 S.W. Xth St., Miami. iunty, Flu., Intend to register INK with the Clerk of the Cirfturt of Dade Counly. Florida. SAIL HUOoKMIKK ROSE BROOK MIRE UNO, 7.1CKERMAN IRICH for Applicant* [Flagler St. t1 V ft ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .i'igned. dewlrlng to engage In under the fictitiuua name of %  S MARKET, at 2 N.W. enue, Miami, intends to regB iil name with the Clerk of cult Court of Dade County, ilRRY L, ZALPH. Sole Owner IV M. DEEHL for Applicant ..|-25 riCE ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Peralgned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of |( lit 111| U.K. at 179 N.E. 79th intends to register said name |li. Cleik of the Circuit Court County, Florida. IRVING MELD IN BOTH for Applicant -'7th Ave. S.1S-IS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 File A-18212 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BEN BOSK IN. hold* of County Tax Kale Cerllflc 2Xth day of same in my plication for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property In the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt: Lots 23 & 24, Block 3, Dade Villa, Flat Book 20. Page 70, containing .12 Acres more or less. In the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of: HKLMA J. ANDERSON. Unless .said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of Januaiy, 1954. which is the 4th day of January. 1954. Hated this 1st day of December, 1953. E. B. DEATH ERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By N. C. STERRETT, Circuit Court Seal Deputy Clerk 12/4-11-18-25 PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ANn V !oZV U D,CIAl CIRCUIT IN ,~P F P R ADE COUNTY, FLORELLSWORTH SANFORD ALLEN vs Plaintiff NONA ALLEN, Defendant, T*m A :E ALLEN U UaX !" M c/o* Paul Laurreli TIL" Hamilton Avenue, Apt. #4 Fart-all, Pennsylvania Too are hereb) notified that a Complaint r,,r Divorce has been filed agalnai you and you are required to *> rvg •• COPJ of your answer to the sain,on Plaintiff's attorney HENRY M. CAIN 1518 West Fiaglar Street Miami, Klorhla and fie the original thereof with the clerk of th,. above named courl on or before the Mth day of December, IMS, otherwise a Dei ree Pro Confeaeo will be entered agalnai you. Dated this liuli day of November. E. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court BY: VVM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN 1 Attorney for Plaintiff 2518 West Flagler Street Miami, Florida 11/27 — 12/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that the undersigned, des'ring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A-l DHIVEAWAY SERVICE, at 708 commonwealth Bldg.. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk '.'I ,h ? Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 NEDRIK, INC. 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 SIKH', at 1761 BIsoayne Boulevard, Miami, Fla Intends to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Flot lU le Coullt >KE88LBR *> (;AI £ J OILMAN 11/20-27 — [3/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undaralgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan NELSON'S, at %  ;•;:,:, S.W. "th St.. Miami, intend to register said name with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT GOLDNER „,„„ SADELLE GOLDNER VICTOR LEVINE Attorney for Applicant! 344 SVylmid Bldg. 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 SUNDRIMATS, at 467 W. Flagler St.. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAY BERRIN WALTER KAYE 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 LITTLE JOES, at 1005 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of li.ule Countv, Florida. 1'ITRCELL LIVINGSTON KEBSLER & GARS Attornevs for Applicant 17V' W. Flagler St. 11/27 — 12/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business UtStor J *.!$£ "*' e -:,i HECTORS BAR Al.Kll.l.. ai i-i N E Is,Ave.. Miami, Intend to regsier said nanie wRhthe ctork oftKe Circuit Court of Dade County, FlorW *' WINIFRED POEHLUAN RALPH ST. JOHN KESSLBR .v GABS Attornevs for Applicants I78S W. Fiaglar St. II : %  • — 12/4-11-1" ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ORPORATiON OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY, No. 164353 MAYBELLE L. GRAHAM, Plaintiff, vag. THOMAS PATRICK GRAHAM, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO:.THOMAS PATRICK GRAHAM U.s-L'l lllth Aii-miiSt Ozone Park, L.l New York You arc hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed aninst you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. KESSLER & GARS, 1782 W. Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the ofHce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Mth day of Decemlwr. 1953. If. vou fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill or Complaint This notice shall he published once each week fi.r four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 23rd day ol November, A. D. IHIT n kB^jjRBiAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. Bj l. SNEEDEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk II 27 12 I-11-1< CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: This Is to certify that, whereas, Morris Klass. Miami, Florida l"i,,l K. Bhochet, Miami, Florida Max R. Silver. Miami, Florida did on the ISth day of September, A.D. RGB, cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10094, 1-aws of Florida. Acts of 1H25. ACE LETTER SERVICE, INC., a corporation, with its principal place of business at Miami. Dade County, in the State of Florida, and whereas the stockholders of said corporation did on the 4th day of December. A.D. 19,"i3, cause to be filed In the office of the Secretary of State nf the State or Florida, a consent ol nil the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter £8170, Laws of Floridn. Acts of 1!).',:!, requesting the dissolution ol %  aid corporation, therefore the Secretary of state is satisfied thai aatd corporation has complied with the requirements of law IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the fourth daj of December, A.D. 1953, (SEAL) R, A. GRAY. Secretary ol State, 12/11/51 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16423/ ANNETTE BLAU, Plaintiff, vs. ARMIN BLAI'. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ARMIN Bl^AU c/o First Hungarian Literary Society 323 East 79th Street New York, New York. TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been Bled against you In the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill ol Complaint on the plaintirr's attorneys, and file the original In the office or the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st of December, A.D. 1953, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. x This notice shall be published once each week tor four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FMIRIDIAN. Dated, November 17, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. By WM. w. BTOCKINO, Clerk of the Circuit Court Deputy Clerk Jerome G. Greene for BOTTS & GREENE Attorneys for Plaintiff 241 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 32, Florida H/2M-27 — 12/4-11 IN IN In NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or DADE DR1VEAWAY SERVICE, at 708 Daile Commonwealth Bldg., Miami. Intends to register snld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. *'„<,.. NC 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in husiness under the fictitious name or CORAL GABLES FOREIGN CAR SALES, at Coral Gables. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk .if the Circuit Court of Dade County, Pl^^.^ MOTORS ,„c THEODORE R NELSON Attorney for Applicant 11/20-27 — 12/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 31350-A In Re: ESTATE OF LOUIS LISKOWIT/, I'. To All Cr tois and All Persons Having Claims oi Demands Against Said Estate: fou and each of you, are hereby ni.Mii.-ii and i Ired to present > .,..,,gnd demands *Mc you. oi Ither of you ma: h ; % % % % %  ;;*t the raUte of I'T'.LI8KOWITZ, de, eased late of Dade County, Florida. ,,, the Honorable County Judges of I,.,,I, County, and file the same in ,,„.„• offices in the fount) Courthouse m !,,,!, %  Countj %  >" ••'" it i iths from the date of the n.st publication hereof, Said claims „ r demands to contain lb. ... i„ sworn to and prea. nted aaforesaid, or sme will be barred. Date I" Ill "' r %  *• %  V"-' 3 ,. RABR1 M MESCHELOFF, As Administrator of the '" "'' "' ...„, LOCIS MSKOWITZ, Deceased MA1.V1N EMH.ANDER A R nbh?M ,0r Meschelofr, Administrator 12/11-18-25 — 1/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164116 RAYMOND WRIGHT, Plaintiff vs. WILLIS M QUINN, deceased. ET A I.. Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: All the heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, or creditors or other persons claiming by, through or under WILLIS M. QCINN. deceased, all of whom are not known to be dead or alive; and any and all other persons having or claiming any right, title, or interest In and to the lands described as: Lots 13 and 14. of Block 1, TAMIAMI TRAIL PARK, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 15, Page 73, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida: the residence of all said persons being unknown. You, and each or you. are hereiiy notified that a bill to quiet title has been filed agnlnst you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to MS. MARL1N. 544 Beybold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original answer or Pleading In the ofrice of the Clerk of the above OOUrl on or before the 21st day „, December, 1!'">3. or default will be entered against you. Dated this 12th day of November, A D Itfil. M Miami, Florida •' E 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court I Se'll) By M. C. Green. Deputy ci.-rk 11/20-27 — 12/1-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA., IN PROBATE. No. 31366-A Re: ESTATE OF SADIE SCHLCSSLER. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate. You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either or you, may have against the estate of SADIE BCHLUSSLER. deceased late of Dade County. Florida, t., the Hon. W. F. BUN TON, County Judge of Dade County, and rile the same in his office In the County courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to nnd presented as aforesaid, or same will ibarren. Hat,November 17th, A D 1958. JOSEPHINE SCHLl'SSLER, AAdministratrix of the Estate of SAHIE BCHLUSSLER, i leceased, KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attorney! 'or Administratrix 11 -H-27 — 12 1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to ens. -s under the fictitious name oi R A1 COFFEE SHOP, at K N E. 2nd Av.-nue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the leik ,,f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fl """ il RAY.IACKS, INC., a Florida corporation By: RAY SHIELDS President Att: JACOB WA8SERMAN Sec re ta i y STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, ESQ. Attorney for Rayjacks, Inc., d/b/a Ray's. Coffee .Shop Raj s cotlee Sim] 11/20-27 — 12/1-11 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA REESTATE i >F ALBERT 1. KAIIN". Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby riven that e filed our final report and pet Final Discharge as ..-. %  wilh. estate "f ALBERT b. deceased; nnd that -n the of December, 1961, we win have tion for tori "f KAHN, 2Sth day "lit v to thHonorable County Judges TOda County, KB.rl.la for approval or said flnnl report and '!''''"• .'".*; charge ns co-axecutora of the Estate ? AIK4.RT I. KAHN. deceased. ARTHUR U KAHN MYERS. HEIMAN & %  KAPLAN Attorneys ror Co-executors 11/20-27 — 12'4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS nv>'. NAME |_AVV NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that Florida. 11/20-27 UWID S. COLDFINE 1-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vjenist Meridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • Phone 2-4366 for messenger service



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%  I PAGE 12 B +Jewistfk>rknftn !" 5L5?5ODIII 1 %  mt m\< Baron de Hirsch Meyer (center, at microphone) announcing that the Jewish Dinner. At the head table (loft to right) are M. I. Kopelowita, Mrs. Kopel Home for the Aged building fund campaign has gone over the top. Shown at Mrs. Sol Silverman, Mrs. Abe Kurman. Mrs. Irving Lohrmun. Rabbi 1 • the Shelborne Hotel is part of the overflow crowd which attended the Victory Lehrman. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. David PBHS Mr* Inrlr Ahlin Mmirir- Pf>nrl>tfin nnH Mrs Mnnrir* Pto—I.i iT* Capacity Crowd Attends Home Victory Dinner; 5241,920 Goal is Reached Mrs. Jack Ablin, Maurice Pearlstein and Mrs. Maurice Pearlstein. A rapacity crowd jammed the i improvised talk in English describShelborne Hotel Sunday evening to ing her experiences at the Home third co-chairman of the drive. Col. Jacob Arvey. was praised by Baron de Hirsch Meyer for Arvey's splendid efforts in behalf of the drive since his recent return from Europe. Funds raised ait a fashion show and champagne tarty Monday afternoon at the home of Mr Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer'. slso be allocated to the fund campaign hear Baron de Hirsch Meyer an nounce that the Jewish Home for the Aged fund drive had raised $241,926 for construction of the Jack Ablin Memorial I'nit. Pledges went over the top dur ing the victory dinner when cochairmen David Phillips and Baron de Hirsch Meyer announced that friends of the late Jack Ablin had been responsible for major gifts amounting to $28,000 in the cur rent campaign. Home President Abe Kurman ex pressed appreciation to communitv leaders and Home officials who had participated in the four-week •titrated dr.' struct a building to hoiw infirm and v tucl chair c. Rabbi Irving fear re-i dent of the Home delivered an Chairman of the Board. M J : Kopelowitz. pointed out that the building fund campaign had been undertaken with the full cooperation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation of which the Home i> a beneficiary agency'. He urged ev eryone present to remember their \ responsibility to the campaign con ducted annually by Federation in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal which supports six local institution*, many national agencies and aids Israel and overseas Jewry Commended for their splendid contribution^ in the drive were the Ladie> Auxiliary unit of the Home headed by Mrs Sol Silverman and the Thrift Shop group directed at the Home by David Jacobs The Rummage Sale is on B'nai B'nth Women of Miami save o p t a ed their annual rummage I at 1047 NW 3rd Avenue, ac cording to an announcement this week by Mrs A. Z. Alpert In charge of picking up merchandise are the Mesdames Murray I.azarus. co-chairman. Minna l.evine and Philip Galiam Granat to Preside The Isaehtc (enter Board will meet at the Center, 3186 SW 24th Terrace. Tuesday evening. Dec .inber 15th 8pm David Granat. chairman of the Board, will pre side Beach Music and Arts League Will Present Musicale Thursday Evening The Miami Beach Music and Arts League will present a musical ree on Thursday. December 17th. 8 30 p m at the Surf Room of Roney Plara Hotel, honoring Mayor and Mrs Harold Shapiro Mayor Shapiro is a charter member and vice president of the Music and .Arts League Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. 1st vice president of the League will be chairman of the evening Ruth Brotman. founder and executive vice president has arranged the program Miami Opera Guild will present Lola Ruth, soprano who recently returned from Europe, in ex cerpts from Madame Butterfly with Ltna Maddaford at the piano The University of Miami will pre sent Richard Fa ore. scholarship pianist in a group of solos Also programmed are Israeli folk ballet dancers of the Zionist Youth Commission. Negro spirituals by Mount Zion Baptist Church Choir No. 2. direted by Leo Jenkins, and Aliaiua Americana s Spanish singer Mer cedes Gazitua and Virginia Sim mons. dancer, with Miguele Her raro, pianist Anita Karr.s. Lithuanian opera tic mezzo soprano, has arranged for the Baltic Trio to sing native folk songs in their national costumes Amalija Peterson. Meeta Sepp. and Tekla Peterson, pianist, complete the cosmopolitan group of artistSeveral new artists to Miami will also appear on the program These are Boris Betostozkv. RussianAmerican tenor who will join Miss I Brotman in operative duets, with Anyuta Melieov at the Piano, and; Bernard Tipple, violinist with the > St. Louis Symphony orchestra sev-j eral seasons who will play com-. im ai l i o s M by Brahms and Wieniaw -| ski. with Mrs Tipple at the piano The Miami Beach Music and Arts League founded in January 1951. has for its purpose the encourage ment and aid to youth in musical and allied arts, giving scholarships to assist local artists and presenting new artists to the community. I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZE! VHamla "V Mil* "MOk Products" TE £. 2-2621 Greater Miami Deliver? *mTmm at r%j*~= k BLOWOUT IS DANGEROUS ANYWHERE! 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• 'I Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 27—Number 50 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS Jordan May teject Bid for Parley tUSALEM(JTA)—The Govnment of Jordan, apparently Dhlrned by the Security Count's ilure to insist on steps to about settlement of the Pal• situation, was reported this to be considering the Idea of (ting the Israeli demand, mad* Article 12 of the general slice agreement, for a face to|meeting. Under the armistice, I a meeting is mandatory. kports from the Jordan-held [City indicated that the Jorin cabinet took the view that Isputes between Israel and Jorcould be settled in the Jordanfcl Mixed Armistice Commiseanwhile, in Bagdad, King a I of Iraq, in a speech from tirone to his Parliament, called the Arab states to maintain and "stand up to the Israeli ler." He said Palestine was an visible" part of the Arab I and declared that Iraq was pi. %  menting the Arab League's tive security pact." eanwhile, in Israel's Knesset, DMtion spokesman, talking in a ign policy debate following the iirity Council resolution on Klblassailed the government. faacov Riftin, Mapam deputy, eked the Government which, he teed, had "sold itself to Wescapitalism" and had not ght "real friendship" with the tern bloc. General Zionist depChaim Ariav, although he ml with the government in eral, criticized the government Inot maintaining fuller and closiies with every party of the Zion[ world. perut deputy Chaim Landau acthe government of practicing olicy of appeasement and resIt ion in reference to the Arab es, and demanded that the govnent proclaim UN truce superGeneral Vagn BennTke, pern.'i non grata. The Poale Mizi urged an increase in itnmigraRpeakers in the debate warmly r ised the dignified position taken Israel's delegation to the UnitNations during the Security ancil debate on the Kibya resoAustria Denies Obligation To Make Restitution Offer Tryavt lit ... UN was in %  berry Peace Foremost: Lie Criticizes UN Censure of Israel WASHINGTON (JTA) — Trygve Lie, former Secretary General of the United Nations, said there that the Security Council had "acted in a bit of a hurry" in passing its resolution censuring Israel for the retaliatory raid on Kibya. He told a testimonial dinner in honnor of A. 8r" Kay. a veteran Zionist, that the UN Security Council's resolution censuring Israel was not well balanced with former UN resolutions. "Not being associated with the United Nations any longer and not having the opportunity to study the fact at close range," said Lie, "I am hesitant to criticize its decisions. I cannot help notice an omission in the Kibya resolution—that of an appeal for peace, which has characterized some previous UN resolutions. The Kibya resolution merely censure and condemns, it does not urge the Arabs and Jews to seek out methods of reaching a peaceful settlement of their differences." The Arab states. Lie stated, must recognize the fact that Israel is a full-fledged member of the United Nations and must sit down with Israel leaders and enter into post tive peace negotiations. He said "there can be no permanent stability in the Middle East until the parties negotiate their differences at a peace table." VIENNA (JTA) — The question of Austrian-Jewish negotiations os Jewish claims for compensation and restitution for damages suffered under the Nazi regime was raised ia the Austrian Parliament this week by Social Democratic deputies. Chancellor Julius Raab, who repliad for the government, said that during the negotiations with representatives of the world Jewish organ rial teas the Austrians had made it clear that there were victims other than the Jews who were claiming compensation. He added that laws which provided for compensation to the Jews would in effect not grant equal treatment to all the victims of the Nazi regime which, he insisted, was a violation of the principles of the Austrian constitution. The Chancellor declared that the negotiations had served chiefly to clarify what the demands of the Jewish groups were and whether they were justified. In subsequent debate, Finance Minister Reinhardt Kamitz asserted that Austrians had not entered into negotiations with representatives of world Jewish organizations on Jewish claims for damages wrought by the Nazi regime because it was under no "obligation" to make restitution or pay reparations. The Finance Minister told Parliament that the Au strian Government does not consider Austria responsible for the suffering of Austrian Jewry during the Nazi regime. He insisted that full responsibility rested with Germany. Reviewing the course of negotiations, Dr. Kamitz said that the Jewish negotiators had first put forward a demand for 1,500,000,000 schillings, which they termed a "moral obligation on the Austrian Government." At a later date, Dr. Kamitz reported, the Jewish delegation estimated losses of Jews in Austria during the Nazi regime at some 30,000,000 schillings. He insisted that during the negotiations the Jewish representatives had failed to give "due consideration" to Austria's "special situation." $12,000,000 for Hairless Property In the final stage of negotiations last September, the Finance Minister said, the Jewish negotiators had reduced their demands to a lump sum payment of 300,000,000 schillings ($12,000,000) for heirless Jewish property. This demand was reiterated in a message from Dr. Nahum Goldmann in October after Chancellor Raab had requested him to present new proposals for resumption of the Austro-Jewish talks, Dr. Kamitz said. During the course of the negotiations, he revealed, the Austrian Government had received protests from the Arab states against a settlement of the Jewish claims similar to the one arrived at by Bonn. In addition, he asserted, various Austrian and foreign organizations had informed the government that they did not recognize the Jewish negotiators in Vienna as their representatives. The Socialist newspaper Arbeiterzeitung, commenting on Dr. Kamitz' statements, declared that they "do not conform with the declaration delivered by the (Austrian) government representatives earlier in the negotiations." Jewish communal leaders here hit out at the Austrian Government for having broken off the talks for restitution and called on the Austrian Government to resume negotiations. The community newspaper Neue Welt charged that the government held the view that the Jews should "beg humbly" for the resumption of the talks. It po inted out that in this respect the Bonn Government h ad shown a "much kindlier" attitude toward the Je ws than the Raab Government. "It is no secret that an agreement has been reac hed or could be reach** very easily on all problems except the demand for a lump sum settlement of heirless Jewish property claims," the Jewish organ reported. Senator Sees No Need to Revise McCarran Immigration Laws •esents Papers in Jerusalem: foviet Legation Will Function in Tel Aviv TEL AVTV (JTA)—The new SovMinister to Isreal, Alexander Qramov, announced this week at the Soviet Legation would be (lined in Tel Aviv, not in Jerusam as had been reported preously. [The Soviet diplomat, the first assian Minister in Israel since avel Lershov left more than nine r onths ago following the blasting the Soviet Legation building and Be rupturing of diplomatic relajons by the USSR, said he was happy to come to this old-new late." He was welcomed at the lirfield by representatives of the ations of the Eastern European Moc and representatives of the eftist Israel-Russian Friendship fague. Mr. Abramov proceeded to Jerualera to meet with Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett here and handed him a copy of his credentials. Particularly noteworthy in tnis was the fact that the Soviet envoy chose to travel to the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem to present his credentials. All other diplomatic representatives in Israel maintain contact with the Foreign Ministry liaison office in Tel Aviv, as a sign of their non-recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The Soviet diplomat told newsmen that he had a "jtno tmpwf sion" of Israel as a rapidly develop ing country and hat the continuous planting and building which can be seen everywhere is %  £*"• picture." He said it was his impres ston that the Israel delegation which went to Moscow to negotiate the sale of Israeli citrus products was succeeding. WASHINGTON (JTA) — Sen. Arthur V. Watkins, chairman of the Senate Immigration Subcommittee, called at the White House this week and expressed "alarm" to President Eisenhower over the problem of the Arab refugees situation. Senator Watkins said on emerging from the Presidents office that the problem of the Ar-'o refugees in Arab states adjacent to Israel was "one of the hottest" in the world and stressed that because of American support of Israel, America", stock in the Arab world "is not very high now." Senator Watkins. who returned from an extended trip to Europe and the Near East to investigate the operation of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, said he did not see any emergency now existing which required revision of the Act. He said that emergency relief to areas troubled, by population S.n.t.r Put McCarrea teasels art satisfied pressures was provided through the Emergency Refugee Act of 1953. The first visa under the new Act. he said, would be issued shortly in Italy. Practically all consular officers are satisfied with the mechanics of the McCarran-Walter Act, Senator Watkins reported. He did not say whether he thought any changes in immigration policy were needed at this time but did point out that he did not see any emergency requiring legislation to revise the McCarran-Walter Act. Describing the situation of Arab refugees, Senator Watkins said a majority of such Arabs did not want to come to the United States but that there would be no trouble filling the quota of 2,000 provided in the 1953 Act to admit 214,000 immigrations the next three years. There are plenty of Arabs in refugee camps who would want to come to the United States, he said, giving the opinion that the quota of 2,000 could be filled in Lebanon alone. The Immigration Subcommittee chairman described the plight of the Palestine Arab refugees to the President and also gave Mr. Eisenhower the benefit of his findings on the McCarran-Walter Act. Previously. Senator Watkins wrote the President a letter in which he said that the Administration was in such a strong position on the immigration issue that the McCarran Walter legislative revision sought by many groups was not necessary. Philip M. KMukk will spark local drive Klutznick is Miami Visitor Plans have been completed for the mass community B'nai B'rith meeting to be held on Thursday, December 17th, 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Major address will be by Philip M. Klutznick, international president of B'nai B'rith. Joining Klutznick in his visit to Greater Miami will be Maurice Weinstein, of Charlotte, North Carolina, president of the District Continued on Pane SA



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UUeuosftUUondGan MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1953 SEC. B Jrs. Cohen Attends jionist Assembly Mrs. George M. Cohen, chairman of the Ziohisl Council of Lulh Florida, attended the first fconist Assembly held in New fork City. Hadassah. the Wornns Zionist Organization, appointMrs. Cohen as representative Com South Florida. ["The 500 delegates who attended he assembly represented every fcctor of the Zionist Community in fir United States. {Objective was to establish a oader base of fraternal and co...tive relations within Amerij Zionism and to prepare for an Itensified Zionist effort in the Inited States without impairing |e participating groups, Mrs. Coen explained. Van Straaten Testimonial Dinner Set for Sunday; Dignitaries will Attend More than 300 persons are ex pected to attend a testimonial dinner Sunday night at the new Sterling Hotel which will honor Alex Van Straaten, past president of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District. Leo Robinson, chairman of i the $25-a-plate function, said Wednesday that "interest has picked up sharply this week, and our function seems assured of success." Mayor Abe Aronovitz, of Miami, '." v %  >' %  '.'. lapai Party Abandons Bcialist Flag in Israel Schools ITEI. AVIV (JTA) — The Mapai any has settled the issue of ether state schools should fly Socialist red flag, and whether kildrcn in the schools should sing ie Socialist Internationale, by vot|g to prohibit the use of the labor Eg and anthem in the schools, he vote on the issue, which less ban a year ago threatened to split he government, was unofficially Sported at 108 for the ban, 28 gainst and 22 abstentions. spoke at the Zionist Luncheon, Club on Wednesday, which heard Robinson urge all members to attend the dinner. A large attendance at the Shelborne Hotel heard the recently-elected chief executive praise the work of Miami Beach I Zionists. Judge Joseph Goldberg, of Wor-' cester, Massachusetts, national vice i president of the Zionist Organization of America, will be the principal speaker at Sunday's dinner. It will be the first public function at the Sterling, which opened on Tuesday at 6767 Collins Avenue. Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein, of New York, will present Van Straaten with a citation for his contributions to the Zionist cause in the 13 years since he moved to Florida from Philadelphia. Van Straaten, an active leader in Philadelphia communal affairs and president of two hospitals there, has been membership chairman of the Beach Zionist District since its inception. A member of the Board of Directors, he is the current treasurer of the district. Under Van Straaten's leadership, the Zionist District has grown to more than 1.200 members, making Altx Van Straoltn it the largest ZOA group in -the South. Vice Mayor Harold B. Spaet. of Miami Beach, has proclaimed Bunday as Alex Van Straaten Day. Our entire city salutes the efforts of Mr. Van Straaten, whose untiring efforts have kept Miami Beach in the forefront of national Zionist affairs for many years," Judge Spaet said. Fred Jonas, president of the district and vice chairman of the dinner, reported that reservations are still available for the function. Proceeds from the dinner will go to the American Zionist tFund, which is the financial arm of the ZOA. Uncooperative Hotels Flayed By Weinkle Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. this week told residents here that many local hotels, although deriving substantial income from organizational activities, "do not support or give only token contributions to our Combined Jewish Appeal and other worthy Jewish and general causes." Weinkle pointed out that many of the national parent organizations of local affiliates, unaware of local conditions, have in the past arranged important conventions and by this action have given tacit, though unknowingly, approval to the uncooperative community attitude of these hotels. "I know you will agree," Weinkle indicated, "that firms which have shown no concern for the welfare of our local Jewish community do not merit the support of organizations dedicated to promoting that welfare." %  Supported by the CJA Executive Committee here to request that organizations refrain from patronizing these hotels, Weinkle urged the organizations "to prevail upon their respective national parent bodies to follow the sawe course." leo Robinson Ian Bart to Star in Fort Lauderdale Salute to Israel at Temple Emanu-EI With Jan Bart, internationally |pnowned star of stage, radio and j'jht clubs as the guest entertainIhe Jewish community of Fort lUderdale and Broward County participate in a Salute toIsrally next Sunday night, Defcmber 13th. at Temple Emanu-EI, B01 South Andrews Avenue, Fort kuderdale, beginning at 8i30 p.m. This is the first State of Israel loi.a rally to be held in Fort Laulenlale and a record turnout is expected, according to William pitchman, chairman of the Fort lauderdale Bonds of Israel Government Committee. Delegations rom Jewish organizations in Holvatory of Warsaw and the Berlin Conservatory of Music, Bart toured 1,000 cities with the Major Bowes units as a young singer and then joined the Willie and Eugene Howard show to tour Australia. New Zealand and South Africa. Since then, his rise in pouularity has been steady and spectacular. The State of Israel Bond Issue is the central source of investmen' capital for Israel's historic program of economic development Funds derived through the sale o' Israel Bonds are making possible the growth of industry, the expansion of irrigation and agriculture, the construction of roads, harbors and railways, and the building of new homes to meet the needs of Israel's hundreds of thousands ot new citizens. new York Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein (center) is welcomed to Florida by (left to right) R Williams Apte. Mayor Abe Aronovitz of Miami and Mrs. Louis Glasser. On the right is Michael M. Nisselson. director of developm ent for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Apte and Mrs. Glasser are Greater Miami co-c hairmen of the medical college campaign of which Goldstein is national chairman. Imm Bart lywdod, Miami Beach and Miami 'll attend the rally. Other members of the Fort. LauBerdale Committee include Robert P'oom, Mrs. Gladys B. Danart. ouis Garfield, Harry Goldberg. eonard Harris, Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Kaufman, Abe Markowitz, Bernard "•'"man. Rabbi and Mrs. Marius Panson. Joe Schuster, Louis SterP'OKI. A. Sterling, Alfred Stone "id Charles Zucker. Jan Bart, who now appears on his D *n radio show on Sunday afternoons, is equally well known on Wester and night club stages, and JJ* starred in the movie Catskill IMoneymoon, which tells of his rise n "how business. His records in "en different languages have Itoade him a favorite on the Continent, as well as in the United | Mates. A former student at the ConserDemand Israel Kohser and get what you demand! 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PAGE 4 A >Jpi*t>ncrXMan FRIDAY, <*JenisT nctiJian Published every Friday tlncd 1tt7 ay tjsa Jexsrfa* Florid'** at 1SS N. C S.*th Street. Miami It, Flarida Entered *i ititni ciiu matter July 4. IMA. at the Pott Office et Miami. Fia.. under tax Act •• Marc* V '-* The Jewish Florid.an Ha* aba* reed tbe Je<" L't and th Jews* Weekly. Member ef t"e Jawnaa) Telerri:c Aaency. Sevan Arta Feature Syndicate sVartd*•* News Service. Natianal editorial Asaaciatiext. American Asaaciation of Enfllish-Jewlsti Nrntpipen. F*enda FrM Asaaciatian. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Totophonos 2 1 Ml — 2-8212 Th Jewish FtarMtaa does not auarantaa tha Kaabh vt the saefrfcaadhae advertised In Us coliltama. r.ith On* Y >.t U %  S C I F T I ION B A T E S : Tws Vaara SS-l FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publishet LEO MINDLIN News Editor Friday. December It 1953 Volume 27 Number SO Teveth 5. 5714 The Community and the Civic Worker It is only natural that in a growing and active community such as ours individuals should each week receive the accolades of their fellow workers for the meritorious services they perform on behalf of a host of local organisations. This is quite underseandabto in view of the fact that ours is now tin) tenth or eleventh largest Jewish comrmrtriry to use United States. Outstanding ach i e i e iu far l Mich often receives acclaim, is necessary in enter to maintain the pace of development manife***ed here. As is the cose in just about every other community, we have found that there is always one group of people in the public eye. This seems true because, more than others, they have dedicated their e ne r g i es to civic endeavor and local betterment. Ours is the role of the community newspaper, and we consider it a responsibility to take* cogrdaance of and pay tribute to these people who distinguish themselves in this reqaM. Responsibility is perhase a poor representation of our feelings We find it wholly gratifying to recognize the civic and organixationrrunded individual because it strengthens our faith in this community's future. But oftentimes, it appears that in the swirl of activity here, all endeavor in behalf of Miami's betterment is r.ot always noted. During the past few months, many significant occasions have taken place, making praiseworthy contributions to our area's growth. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, an internationally renowned attorney residing here, was recently copointed to the Dade County School Board. Mrs. Meyers is a woman of boundless energies who has devoted herself to many causes. Recently reelected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is Stanley C. Myers. who has distinguished himself by heading most of the maor organizations in our area and who has played a prominent role on the national scene in Federation and Welfare Fund activ*tes. S.Tr. : .iar cases of meritorious achievement in the spiritual and ed urnt fartal fields abound. A while ago. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David S] BBfasfDCrje re 1 error:ec sssl Hstt a-o.versarv hi Toe Grecre: Miami k-wsk Federation this wee* t j g hw s-jet i its '— %  ir I T t ern aid individuals :::mt"isa1 ox %  asSafat rrcpero-.oo alatsl BaVI sNan 91 rrrrz.r.ro | seerr-j :: _s nasa theo move u a noteworthy o ccuEi e sac e and marks a nacrous rhaTny m policy from the cne which gow.^nd previous Conabaaad Jewish Appeal dr .ves herein a sa ate au e ul issued by Fecseratjon. the c—.poiao bodr speahcaEy singled oat uncocperatrve hotel owners and ssanacanrs who have in the past failed to avpport the CIA. We have often was* d s tg a j about theee men. Although deriving %  iilsat/iistinl sarnsaa from faced org^mrrrhonoi activities they fail to support the Com rained Jewish Appeal. as we see it pat its finger on the M pointod oat that many of the gro up s of local affiliates oonBSBSW to arrange important rwn %  % %  %  u* and rjiillieiiiiuBi fa our ana's hrasli. while oases' failure to support Miami's CIA drive. Many of th ee e -— T^II! groans participate dtrecfjy m the funds a s au wnt ly co ito ctod by Fedthe pulpit and more than 20 years of spiritual leadership in our city. Sydney J. Greenberg. of Temple Beth Shofam. marked his quarter of a century in Jewish education. Next month, the community at large will join in a tribute to Rabbi Irving Lehrman who came to the pulpit of the Miami Beach Jewish Center ten years ago. when the Center was situated in a remodeled pr i vate house on Euclid Avenue and through w h ose leadership it has grown to one of the hug se t and most beautiful synagogues in the country. Many other of oar Rabbis have either recently marked or are preparing to mark similar anniversaries of bom 15 to 20 years of service in the Greater Miami area. The number of individuals who have dedicated themselves to ci v ic b ette rm ent is legion. Leon Kaplan was recently reelected president of the Southern Section. National Jewish Welfare Board. And on November 20th. Milton A. Friedman will be honored at a testimonial dinner as "the man who has done most in the past 20 years far the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization" here. Friedman's career in B'nai B'rith is the story of an individual who started out with his membership as a youth in Aleph Zadik Aleph, the organisation's junior order, and who has wor k ed his way up through the ranks of local, state and national echelons to assume the important post of National Youth Commissioner. He early assumed leadership as an organizer of the Hillel Houses on the University of Miami and University of Florida campuses and is past president of Sholem Lodge. B'nai Brim, and of the State Federation of Men's Lodges here. Alex Van Straaten will be honored on Sunday evening at the Sterling Hotel by the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District. His was the job of supporting Zionist activities when "it wasn't fashionable to be a Zionist" Past president and current treasurer of the district which will pay tribute to him. his record in civic and philanthropic work goes back to his days in Phitodelpbia. where he headed two hospitals and other charities. Having reached the venerable age of 70. Van Straaten con t inu e s his activities in such a manner that his spirit rather than his years are the spark of an energe ti c plan to enlarge the ranks of the Zionist Organisation. His is an ardent and determined passion to pursue the goals of Jewish service everywhere. In the words of Rabbi Irving Miller, president of theZOA. "Alex Van Straaten has earned the gratitude of us alL prodding us to action by his example of tireless extort*' Andsothe cycle goes. The men and women who devote their energies to our community's oeveaoprneat and growth ultimately find the praise of their neighbors. We join into the applause and hope we can keep up with noting •ieir rranMrJ achievements During The Week ...A s I By tCO MINDLIN s. OMCI AGAIN. tttoLBM A*CH IS bee, Stale is !*#€ the Prime Minister David BenCurion's res Jon is now fa the hands of President laaac Ben-Zvi. Mr. Ben-Gurion fast month announced his intention of leaving the office be held since B w*rtrih s hm e n t of the Stole of IsraeL The mm r.os eiopsec has beer, idled bv hes:Jtoeon the part of the government refusals to accept the i esii jr t .il i o n and urgent requests ttoathsj i— mm Pnme laTinisaer ^^ a ^, ltrrHT repars'sueut far him could be found. k*light of Mr. Beri-Gurion often stormy f T '"* lM>J ** %  %  *>•• and the Portia aaatB %  nothing less than a tribute to him that tow officials m bsoel look upon lus refaww*b satssfactton. We think 1 most adthat in a totter to the phastoed: "No too. Israel s fate doe is Presauac.** ^l^zn yg^sarr ytoses ex. go. bat they hoe. DmOTa lHaM>asaswYTasastH HakaSh %  I •VMUBTBKJ QH roost cncMctf pncMst c*tf Phaps the Jewwfc SfaiVs^ s haauuty and apply to • *• fact shot srsssda. ceotreverty. Observers ol Jewish ItlsteryTnd s^J B ,t r li sry intelligence, condemn or support the novels mM* 1 ^ sonsl snd emotional sttrtudes. Writers, whether ih h "*Bi or not. whether they are respectable craftsmen >n Z %  *" ^ not. come to his aid or relentlessly criticize him ,,n ,1 I prof historical iasicht. The result is that both l.ter.n 1!?*<*> sociologists cross their signaU in s net of funo.K Ud •, which Mr Asch is ensnared without the opportumtv ,'^ UmM 4 in satisfactory fashion. wwnumty to erpai,, 2 Between the years 1M8 to 1950, i entertained a i^ relationship with him. Then a member of the Ensiid. ^ I -niversity of Miami, I spent many hours a dav Sfit ***> *• Hibiscus IslHl hoot. We used to listen to mu c L^' writers in all Utentares. fo for long walks, travel"to ih?S2 ** trips and wander aloof Lincoln Road as passer, bv MLM *' nrihgtod dum of ttniosfty and awe He weuS"5, !R?' Burayse Bay. nervously call me oa the telephone anv nlS.^ a day when I could not come to his island retreat and SamsSf 1 on what basis I had deserted him. During allot'h ti^l" know Mr. Asch least as well a. Myene'els. In Z fi in most cases, undoubtedly better. m The circumstances that caused us to part our way, n> a— j are personal and do not enter into the larger scherM^nsTaV 1 Asch Most probably our intimacies, to begin with. werebaM, fact that the novelist was in the midst of a lull in his creatr-?' having concluded Mary, and he was in search for cnmp^*L thinking out the then unwritten book. Moses. With hlttoi. steady regimen of work, he found less time for plea^atrieTL.! subsequent activities soon brought both of us far apart 71 Since then. I have written nothing about Mr \sch beeaas.il] and continue to feel that my experiences with the world fasZif are still too close upon me for any intelligent analysis oftLmj Mr Asch has now bees catapulted onto the American scent frl action, and he has become the object of much irresponsible ctoi countercharge as a result It therefore seems incumbent aw! enter into the fracas in an effort to clarify a good deal of and very muddled thinking. What I have to say mu-i not be aas a defense of Mr. Asch; nor most it be regarded in tbe liht lntellectual or aesthetic critique. Out of the man endle^-af in the cradle ef his consciousness comes his art It is tbe mat must be understood when he. himself, is attacked as an asJj literary criticism. ^^r THMf IS tlTTtl DOUBT IN MY mind that Sholem Aril visions himself as a crucified soul. In this regard he h esroj with his own Messianic mission. No ssvior worth his title cal Messiah unless he is discredited and reviled Mr Asch's porpci, he sees it Is to affect a cordial relationship between Jadaaj Christianity This quest did not come upon him with the The Nazarene. It was apparent in his earliest writings, eresil play. God Of Vengeance, a drama of unchallengeably Jewish 3** *to> asstt st that the novelist turned to the Christian sees more lucrative field do hire a great injustice. It is true, that *. is a highly emotional man and that he has little regard (or the! lectual temperament which he considers arid But to sav that aesthetically dishonest is to say that one suffer < preciseir (rail Asch's own emotionalism and that ose does not know him At a time when Mr. Asch's reputation was high with tkt reader of his Polish and Cast Side ghetto works the noretot el ready toying with methods aimed at resolving the d!((erence5 beM Judaism and Christianity The literary scholar h tosMksl untranslated German novel published in 1924. Die Zauberia \m\ tilien. to find that the writer was already then creating Jerto I in Christian images. The converse of this method, the casting oil tian men of antiquity into their original Jewish garb, vas tbe I of the passage of time While his early activin ma} hare "•ore acceptable to us. it is the Utter that gave to Mr As* i ground for cultivating his Messianism. For here, he discovert^ discomfort and the physical agonies poe must expenence to bell tied visionary. The more he met with opposition, the more did he in>i4Taarded moment Here, he expressed the poles of his ota] **M feel fas desire for acceptance I could recognize that fr contmue to thrive eauy an ahoegasaea. SHOtlM ASCH OMCS *UZ2XEO OVill a prehlea m %  n^e could not understand, fa said, why the world ws m Chekhov's atessian peasant De Man|ia— nal'i ssiddlecisJi %  —Jo yce* DnblaieT. r>aaievnky s diseased personalities sefj! LSTTai ^ !" 1 teta •** wfatoeytoden characters whto **} *• the_ slightest faterest fa tades ef tfre onntessed Jew B %  w nul reeeatfy. liternry critics contismed to remark oo tfa 5?"ai.^ E ^tm Jewish life as artistic matenai H "V. A _? i •; > f* ,rtie "* Cauiataan fields is sesed apes %  K "U !" ** received nniverssl recognrton as a tevtJW FJJ *ritfag hu first Bsajar sen Jknlaf isozrre the sert of literary acoslai !" be late Vt. 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LY, DECEMBER 11. 1953 +JewUtitk>rkiiar) PAGE 7 B GLOBAL SHORTS sset Adopts Low Giving pities to Notional Fund btUSALEM (JTA) — The Israel lament adopted a law this week kilting the Jewish National J to register as an Israeli cortion and giving it certain pries in the acquisition of land he Jewish State. All deputies pt the Communists voted for measure. Earlier, at a conferhere, Dr. Abraham Granott, of the JNF, reported that 80 mi of all land owned in Israel ews is held by the JNF. |lan King Protests British rch Support of Jews jNDON (JTA) — King Hussein Irdan has protested to the Brittnbassador at Amman over the (that the Church Of England fcpaper published an editorial orting Israel's position on the refugees and castigated the states for refusing to make and for failing to take conftivc action to help the refuThe new King of Saudi |ia, in a statement issued Vgh the Saudi Arabian Emin Cairo, declared this week [in his view "Israel has compel flagrant aggression" in the fent dispute with Jordan. ton for Arabs in Israel ed by Greek Orthodoxy ll. AVIV (JTA) — A proposal %  the creation of a semi-inde|ent canton in Galilee, composf the 150,000 Arabs living in area, was put forward by jp George Hakim, leader of %  Greek Catholic community in f\. The Bishop insisted that establishment of such a seminomous district would enable |Arabs to develop their tradifrecly. Two Rumanian Zionists Given Heavy Sentences VIENNA (WNS) — A military court in Rumania has convicted two Zionist leaders, Jean Littman and Mrs. Susanne Benvenisti, and sentenced them respectively to fifteen and ten years' imprisonment for alleged Zionist activities against the state, according to a report from Bucharest. Among the charges was one accusing the defendants of having given information to foreign legations about the arrest and trial of Rumanian Zionists and of having been in communication with the World Jewish Congress. Nine Canadians Named to Bar-Han University Board MONTREAL (WNS)—Nine leaders of the Canadian Mizrachi movement have been appointed to the Board of Trustees of Bar Han University in Israel, according to a report received here from Dr. Pinkhos Churgin of New York City, president of the new university. Bar-Ilan University, the first American-sponsored and American patterned university in Israel, is being established near Tel Aviv under auspices of the Mizrachi Organization of America. Jewish Communities Planning To Write Their Histories NEW YORK (JTA) — A number of Jewish communities in the United States are now writing their histories, it was revealed here by Dr. Louis Finkclstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Dr. Finkelstein reported that such histories are already under preparation in Miami, Los Angeles and Hartford, Connecticut. FOSSETT'S PHARMACY Phon. 2-7691 At the Entrance—Huntington Buildina 168 S. E. First St. Miami, Fla. %  %  THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE WORLD W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor Princeton Advanced Study System Urged for Institute NEW YORK (JTA) — Establishment of an Institute of Advanced Study at the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovoth, which would be conducted along the lines of the Institute at Princeton, was | given as one of the main points in | a new program for the Weizmann Institute outlined here by Meyer W. Weisgal, chairman of the Weizmann Institute's Executive Council, who has just returned to New York after a six-month visit to Israel. Hamburg Lifts Ban on Film Showing Life of Hitler HAMBURG (JTA) — The citystate of Hamburg this weekend lifted a ban on the showing of a documentary film on the life and regime of Hitler which had been banned a week ago by the West German Government and the Interior Ministries of the nine constituent states of the Federal Republic. The Hamburg administration, controlled by the Socialists, said that the film did not threaten public security and therefore should not be banned. To All ... A Most Happy Holiday PHONE 88-1486 WESTBROOK MOTORS Wrecker Service Expert Body and Fender Repairing Painting and Glass Work • Mechanical Work 1759 PALM AVENUE HIALEAH, FLORIDA (Resolution to be ited in Knessot fitUSALEasV (ON — Joseph nzak, Kneaae* spMtBtr, disclospre that th Uie-Sfccurity CounIrosolution censuring Israel will lully debated on the floor of lament this week together with proposal by the Israeli delcgato the UN for direct talks I Jordan under the terms of the |st ice agreement for the Arab The Government of Jordan I so far not replied to the re It for such talks transmitted [IN' Secretary General Dag Hani Bkjold. NEURALGIA NEURITIS Henri Bernstein, French Playwright, Dies at Age of 77 PARIS (JTA) — Funeral services were held here for Henri Bernstein, one of France's most popular playwrights, who died Friday at the age of 77.M. Bernstein sent back an Italian decoration when Mussolini joined with Hitler. He fled to the United States in 1940 when France was occupied by the Nazis. In the US he was actively pro-Gaulist and anti Petain. UN Votes $24,000,000 Budget For Relief to Arab Refugees UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — A budget of $24,800,000 for relief for Arab refugees from Palestine was voted this weekend by the United Nations General Assembly. In addition, the Assembly approved a resolution extending the operations of the UN Relief and Works Agency for the refugees until June 30. 1955. The Soviet bloc abstained on the vote. British Court Sentences Anti-Semite for Blackmail LONDON (JTA) — Hugh Wilson Cowie, 35, who was court-martialled in 1945 for having voluntarily aided the Germans, while he was a prisoner of war, was sentenced in Manchester Assizes to three years' imprisonment for demanding money under threats from a Jewish businessman. 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HDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1953 _+Jewisti fkrirtAtr PAGE 3 A heater Miami Hadassah to Mark lenrietta Szold Day December 14th On Monday, December 14th, the b groups that make up the Greater tiarni Chapter of Hadassah will rtebrate thebirthday -of their lounden HeartetUrJHoMrwit* a jeries of luncheons and parties to Eke place all over the Greater MiImi area. Chapter chairman of the Jay is Mrs. Lillian Frumkes. "Much of the credit for the establishment and continued progress of the reborn land of Israel .oust be given to the vision of Henrietta Szold, Baltimore-born teacher, scholar and social worker," Mrs. frumkes said, in explaining the kjgnificance of the observance. •Appalled at the squalor, disease Lnd decadence which she witnessed on a trip to Palestine, she organized in 1812 the first chapter consisting of 12 women — of the Lrganization which has mushroomed into a force of 300,000 members vith chapters in every state of our kountry, Alaska and Puerto Rico. -Hadassah members through Iheir organisation have carried on extensive program of medical tid rehabilitation work in Israel," Irs. Frumkes continued, "and the greater percentage of funds raised it this H-Day celebration will go toward the Youth Aliyah program tor the support and resettlement If the 62,000 children whom HadasLh has helped bring into Israel luring the past two decades." > < < DEBORAH Group of Hadassah nil hold a luncheon and fashion |how at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Fashions are from [Jlliam Smith. Mrs. Morris Soholik mil Mrs. Gladys Kaplan are cothairmen of the affair. > ISRAELI Group will mark H-Day pith a luncheon at the Roney Plaza potel at 12:30 p.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will be guest speaker. There will also be a musical program consisting of Israeli songs by Miss Gierlova, and Mrs. Peter {Wagner will sing, accompanied by Joseph Schreibman. Co-chairmen ire Mrs. Herbert Lenick and Mrs. Joseph Wolff. > < MOUNT SCOPUS Hadassah will :icild a series of luncheons and card parties in homes of members, with Mrs. Jack Cohen acting aschairnan. > € NAOMI Group will mark the Henrietta Szold observance with a |gt't-together at the Miami Colonial Hotel at 8:30 p.m. Chairman of the leffair will be Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. > HERZL Group of Hadassah will [celebrate Henrietta Szold Day at 112 o'clock noon, with a luncheon land fashion show at the Sans Souci lllotel. Mrs. Sidney D. Ross, program [chairman, will present Mrs. Samuel [l-ipton and Mrs. Mortimer Wien, I chairmen of the day, and their coI chairmen, Mrs. Coleman Olen and (Mrs. Samuel Weisen. A fashion show will be presented [ by Harriet Stroke, and Mrs. Arnold Seeder will be co-ordinator. Mrs. Louis Adler will provide the musical accompaniment for the fashion show. > MENORAH Group of Hadassah will hold its H-Day luncheon and fashion show at 12:30 p.m., at the Sea Isle Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Julian Weinkle and Mrs. Sumner Slater are co-chairmen of the event. Mrs. Joel Meyer and Mrs. Sam Stark have written the script for the fashion show. Mrs. Martin Fine will narrate the show, whose models will be members of the Menorah Group, and who will wear clothes from the shop of Louis Haftel. Mrs. Melvin Weinkle is in charge of the Youth Aliyah fund which will benefit by the affair. A dress will be given to the member who has sold the greatest number of tickets to the luncheon. HENRIETTA SZOLD Hadassah will hear Mrs. Peter Wagner render vocal solos, and the houses of Azen's and Cordell will present a fashion show at the birthday luncheon of its namesake at 12 noon in the Algiers Hotel. Proceeds will be for the benefit of the Hadassah Medical Hospital in Israel. > > SHALOMA Group, according to Mrs. Nat Waldman, president, will mark Henrietta Szold Day with a luncheon at the Empress Hotel at 12 noon. Mrs. Joseph Shawmut is chairman of the luncheon that will commemorate the birthday of the founder of Hadassah. A group of Israeli songs will be sung by Miss Shaloma Shawmut, who lived in Israel for 2 years. Miss Shawmut will be accompanied by Herman Fried, on the accordion. The invocation will be given by Mrs. Harry Platoff. > > < STEPHEN WISE Hadassah will hear a musical narration entitled, A People Like These, at the Monte Carlo Hotel at 12 noon. Participating are Cantor Edward Klein, of North Shore Jewish Center, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader. Deeva Selove, professional pianist, will perform, and Edith Jacobson will be the narrator. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Murray Weil. Sgt. David Orlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Orlin. 2014 SW 17th Terrace, Miami, has returned home after spending a one-year tour of duty with the United States Air Force in Korea, Sgt. Orlin will be here on a 30-day leave before returning to Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He is a graduate, with the AB degree, from the University of Florida and also holds a degree in pharmacology. Einstein Unveiling Dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Rica Einstein, formerly of 1312 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Fla., will take place Sunday, December 13th, 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi David Shapiro of Hollywood officiating. Mrs. Einstein is survived by her husband Gustav and a daughter, Mrs. Elsie Sajovic. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend.* Bookman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Lillian Bookman, formerly of 480 SW 20th Street, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, 2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Boris Rackovsky officiating. Mrs. Bookman is survived by her husband Herman and two sons, Raymond and Milford, both of Miami. Also two brothers and two sisters. Mrs. Bookman was a member of the Congregation Beth El. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Birnbach Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sam Birnbach, formerly of 300 West 42nd Street, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, December 13th, 2 p.m., at Mount Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Birnbach is survived by his wife, Mary, one daughter, Rae, one son, Charles David, and three brothers. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. Irving Markinson, of 883 NE 164th Street, Miami, are off on a two-week tour of Florida in celebration of their first wedding anniversary. On their trip, they will stop off t Jacksonville to mark the 10th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Markinson's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Frishman. Mrs. Markinson is the former Dorothy Pepper. Mrs. Frishman is the former Shirley Pepper. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, of Miami. %  ir ww>vwvwwwwwvs>v MRS. E. SPIVACK Teacher of PIANO, SINGING, ELOCUTION THEORY OF MUSIC 915 8th Street, Miami Beach Phone 5-2444 Instruction at Your Homo GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 4-5160 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later •'Satiifactory Work by Experienced Men" DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE S7 N. 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