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The Jewish Floridian ( December 18, 1953 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 27—Number 51 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS 'Iosed Door Talks Tap 'Anti-Zionist* Sentiment on American Scene: lyroade Says He Held Meetings With 'Old Friends' By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA WASHINGTON — Strategy to %  undermine pro-Zionist public %  opinion in the United States is %  being discussed by leaders of the %  anti-Zionist American Couacil for %  Judaism with Henry A. Byroade, lAssisUnt Secretary of State for %  Near Eastern Affairs, in secret I meetings which began after the %  resumption of aid to Israel. The most recently meeting was I held in Washington at 1 p.m., on I December 3rd, behind the closed doors of the South Lounge of the Carlton Hotel. A similar conference was held by Mr. Byroade with an ACJ group in San Francisco about a month previously when he visited that city. The meetings were envisioned after President Eisenhower announced that aid to Israel would be resumed. There are elements in the State Department who resent the resumption "of aid. They claim it was a decision motivated by domestic political considerations which interfered with the pursuit of Arab friendship. Some officials decided on secret collaboration with anti-Zionist groups. Their objectives include the promotion of propaganda against Zionism and the splitting of the Jewish community on the Israel issue. One goal is to convince President Eisenhower and members of Congress that American Jewry is less devoted to Zionism than is actually the case. Anxious to implement an openly anti-Israel policy, these elements hope to use the ACJ as a "front" to give the impression that there are no antiJewish implications to the actions they would like to take against Israel. The room in which the meeting took place was reserved in the name of a "Mr. Roland." Among those in attendance were Lessing J. Rosenwald. president of the ACJ, and Rabbi Elmer Berger, its executive director. Interviewed as he emerged from the meeting. Mr. Byroade smiled nervously. "I merely met with some old friends whom I have known for a number of years," he said, adding that it was "nothing to be reported in the press." After Mr. Byroade returned to his duties at the State Department, Mr. Rosenwald was telephoned and asked for commer.t. He said he had "absolutely nothing for publication." The conference then resumed while a conferee made sure the doors were securely shut. Mr. Rosenwald was invited to one of the first dinner parties tendered by President Eisenhower. He subsequently visited the White House to convey to the Continued on Pag* 11 A Sharett Forms Broad Base Coalition Cabinet; Ben-Gurion Retires to Negev JERUSALEM (JTA)—Sixty-eightyear-old David Ben-Gurion, phvsically and mentally spent by six years of grueling trial as first Premier of the State of Israel, stepped down last week to retire to the solitude of a Negev settlement to rest, to remember and to think. The white-haired leader took the microphone this week to voice an optimistic leave to the people of Israel and to his beloved Israel Army of Defense which he headed as Defense Minister. The retiring statesman voiced his faith in the people of Israel and the Jews of the world, predicted an eventual Arab-Jewish peace and expressed appreciation for the help of American Jewry in the establishment of the Jewish State. Mr. Ben-Gurion expressed confidence that the Israel Government would pass into hands capable of advancing beyond the point where he left it. He called for the broadest national coalition "dedicated to the security of the state, the effective integration of the newcomers and the preparation of the ground for new immigration." He said that the various parties in the country had more binding them together than was separating them. Until an Arab-Jewish alliance is forged in the Middle East and Continued en Paoa IA fa-word M. M. MTarbarfl achieves high goal Warburg is UJA Leader Fourth Term NEW YORK (JTA) — The threeday annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal concluded here Monday with the adoption of a goal of $119,921,150 for the year of 1954 and with the drafting of Edward M. M. Warburg for a fourth successive term as general chairman of the UJA. The goal represents the budgetary sums required as a minimum in 1954 by the constituent agencies of the United Jewish Appeal and was adopted to provide $91,620,000 lor the United Israel Appeal, $26,186.000 for the Joint Distribution Committee and $2,115,150 for the United Service for New Americans and New York Association for New Americans. In a resolution adopted unanimously by the 1,200 community leaders who attended the conference, anxiety was recorded over the fact that cash receipts of the UJA for 1953 are running behind those of 1952. The resolution urged all communities and all contributors in these communities "to undertake at once an effort to enable the agencies of the UJA to continue without interruption or delay their great humanitarian proRrams in Israel, Europe, North Africa and the Moslem countries." Report Ike Asked for Israel's Protection at Bermuda Talks WASHINGTON (JTA) Inform-, be put under a promise not touted circles here late Wednesday intack l r ?:"% h £^ ia ? £ dicated that President Eisenhower, ment of the Br '>"*; P tun n his talks wKh British Prime pute over the Suez Canal Minister Winston Churchill at BerIn return. Egypt would recewe muda, suggested that Egypt and US mum ions and the state Urongman General Naguib must Continue* on Pa** • Y Miss Mona Sawyer, 20-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Neil Sawyer, 1820 Daytonia Road, Biscayne Point, has been named Miss BIG Day. Sunday will mark Bonds of Israel Government Day in Greater Miami. Aronovitz, Shapiro in Joint Proclamation: City-Wide Slated •Mayors Abe Aronovitz of Miami and Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach have both proclaimed Sunday, December 20th. as BIG Day. marking the beginning of the Israel Bond Organizations Operation Windup as far as the Independence Issue is concerned. Jacob C. Fishman reported that an objective of $500.000 has been BIG Day Canvass for Miami on Sunday JERUSALEM (JTA) — Actin? Premier Moshe Sharett this week continued negotiations for a wide government coalition embracing all parties, except the extreme Left and extreme Right, and voiced hope that he would be able to re port success quickly to President Itzik Ben Zvi who had entrust him with the task of forming a new government. The president called on Mr. Sharett to form a new cabinet t lowing the retirement of David Ben-Gurion as Premier, after consultations with the leaders of the various parties. He indicated his belief that Mr. Sharett. nominated by the dominant Mapai Party, v.u> the most suitable man for the tain his talks with the party leaders, Mr. Ben-Zvi indicated he would like to see a cabinet based on a wide coalition. The Mapai spokesmen said they were agreeable to a cabinet including the same parties as in the Ben-Guri-.n cabinet. The General Zionists to I I the president that they would have I to have clarification on sore I points of government policy before entering the new cabinet. The left-wing Mapam Party declared it preferred a government based oa a coalition of the labor parties. Backs Foreign Policy Meanwhile, the Parliament, by a vote of 58 to 22. gave its approval this week to the foreign policy pursued by the government after a warm debate. Subsequently, on Mr Sharett's motion, the Knesset rejected a demand by Dr. Moshe Sneh, leader of a pro-Soviet faction, and by the Communists, for an immediate debate on the reContinued on Page 8 A set in old pledges and the sale of new Israel Bonds. Louis Bandell has been named lieutenant for the City of Miami while Nat Winakur will be in charge of the Coral Gables area. A special parade will be held Sunday throughout Miami and Miami Beach to emphasize the importance of BIG Day. Heading the parade will be Miss Mona Sawyer. 20-yearold daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Neil Sawyer. 1820 Daytonia Road. Biscayne Point, who has been chosen as Miss BIG Day. At the same time, a miniature telethon will be broadcast over television station WTVJ with civic dignitaries and leaders of the bond drive outlining what has been accomplished to date in the Israel Bond Organization's campaign. Both mayors in their proclamations declared that the "State of Israel has achieved economic miracles in the short period of its existence with the assistance of in^ vestment capital from the sale of, State of Israel Bonds." Headquarters for BIG Day will, be located at the Israel Bond office,! 1622 Collins A v e nue. telephone 58-5561. for the Miami Beach area and Beth David for Miami. Brigadiers will meet at these two head-' quarters before starting off in their | one-day effort. i BIG Week was inaugurated earl-. ier at a special meeting held in the Algiers Hotel. Speakers included Commander Fishman and Mrs. Louis Glasser, Greater Miami chairman of the State of Israel Bond Organization. Special Brigadiers who will participate in the campaign include: Sandra Alpert, William Agranov. Continued on Page 2 A Moshe SfcereM seeks wide ceelitien



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PAGE 2 A +Jmlsl> fk>rUlan J CITY-WIDE BIG DAY CANVASS IS SLATED FOR SUNDAY Continued from Pgo 1 A Louis Bandell, Mrs. Ida Bookspan, Daniel Broad. Mrs. Selma Sipes, Mrs. Esther Cohen, Mrs Ruth Davidson, Mrs. Clara Denmr. Esra PinegoldL Mrs. Fannie Goldberg, .Miss Bather Goodman, Miss Lillian Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Groan, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hurevitx, Rev. B. Jacobean, Rebecca Jonkel, Mr. and Mrs. K. Kahn MrFrieda Kalstein. Samuel Karp. Mrs. Abe Kasow. Mrs. Celia Kayo, Mrs CYlia Laners' junior \ear. Naming to Phi Beta Kappa is generally made in the senior year. H aBBBLBagg la s ^f y ^ r1 ^*^ Shirley Berlin 0 f and Square ll^gg* charge, are slated for cj evenings at 7 | )m The Cm ^ 2r* -52S| Von Can Wo Bttltr of 11RUY i PARKWAY -H MEATS V WT*Y PARKWAY KOSHER Louis Bondel (left). Miami chairman of BIG Day, and Commander Jacob C. Fishman (right) congratulate lieutenant Bernard Lieberman for his efforts towards the one-day effort which will be held Sunday, December 20th. during BIG Week, inclusive. Prizes are headed by a trip to Cuba. complete with sightseeing, through the courtesy of Steve Greenwald. president of Stevens Travel \. i. I cy; a week-end stay at the Algiers Hotel; and an evening in the Drillj wood Room of the Nautilus. Sheriff Kelly in Talk The weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodfa, B'nai B'rith. will be held on Tuesday. December 22nd. 12:15 p.m.. at the National Hotel. Thoma\J. Kelly, sheriff, will be guest speaker. His subject is: Functioning Of The Sheriffs Office. %  MM RtDUCTION IM KOSHtR MAT niCtS Rib Lamb Chops 69c All Other Meat Prices Sloshed V— cannot fcrt tfces. prictsl Come in |, ,„ itrf 1255 S.W. 22.4 SHUT PH0N[ .^ CHOICl AMD PRIM Ml ATS OHLY THl fINtST MONfr CAN IVY Charles BARLLY'S From the Highways and the I By-ways of the world, J I sing you songs of the world Presenting LARRY BLUE AND HIS ACCORD/ON Entertainer. V C. Singer Available for Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs, and wherever COOO entertainment it required Ph. 67-6109 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Are. OCULISTS Proacriptiona Filled Lenses and Framea Duplicated Large Selection in Latest Style* 2019 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH p ho _, HOLIDAY SPECIAL Community eilverw.re 55 Piece Serv,"!,,; 120 00 Service Trey and Chest — FREE REGULAR PRICE $124.30 — MOW ONLY W7.S0 Also a Fine Lin* of Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry. Cultured p a .i, at Lowest Prices DR. LAWRENCE A. WESTON Announces the Opening of Offices at NORMANDY ISLE CLINIC for the Practice of General Dentistry and Orthodontics of 1108 Normandy Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA TELEPHONE IM7II ''WA^'W*W'W''W''W*W'WiW'WA' Goldstein and Guilmartin and national positions in the Republican party. Guilmartin wa> national chairman of Youth for Ki.-enbower and directed the President's successful campaign in Florida in 1952. 'The critical need in our country for an additional medical school and the importance of obtaining more medical personnel have prompted me to call this luncheon." Guilmartin said. "I want the people of Greater Miami to have opportunity of listening to the dramatic presentation which Gen. Goldstein will make for this thrilling project," Guilmartin concluded. The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is co-sponsored by the City of New York and Yeshiva University. It will be built adjacent to and affiliated with the new, S40.000.000 Bronx Hospital Center now being completed by the city. It's a MtUhis is it! NO SALT ...but what flavor! rCOMPLETE PIST CONTROL Rid your premises of froubl.ioms Raft—Mice— Roochei— Ani, Fleoi, ond Moth* You'll love that flaky, crackery crispness ... you'll marvel at the grand new flavor of No-Salt Tasteas, the brandnew bite-sire Manischewitr Mauo Cracker! Season's Greetings Holiday Special One-Half P/jJ Bushel Mixed Fruit $3.95 DUIVtRtD ANYWMRt IM JHt fcfJL Bayside Fruit Shippers 710 71st Street, Miami Beach Ph. 86-0722 ORKIN CALL d' I m r w mM Post Control Co, Coll 2-1776 CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH Servicee in tne true spirit of the Jewish tradition...anJ dedicated to ease trie burden of the bereaved. NOTHING LIKE'EM... EVER BEFORE 1 Sfop in of your Grocer** and say, "Tasfeai, p/eaiei" 1. they certainty dot ivenide MEMORIAL CHAPE L.i-c FUNERAL DIRECTORS TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami Miami Beach West Flaglcr & 20th Ave. 1236 Washington Ave. Phone 92664 Phone 5-7777 -5-35SS S4-NOUR AMIULANCI SRRVICI W>WA*O T. NEWMAH, Funer.1 Director ABB EISSN.O, Trc**"" IN NEW YOEK : 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave. BROOKLYN • BRONX • LONG ISLAND



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\y. DECEMBER 18, 1953 fcgfgj flr^Hl-tr PAGE 3 A indbreaking of New Beth Sholom iple Set Sunday; Heatter is Speaker ( %  in Heatter, radio news cornier, will be principal speak| the groundbreaking dinner alion of Temple Beth Sholom jdav, December 20th, 7 p.m., Delano Hotel, according to nnuncement by Leon J. Ell, lent of the congregation, fuel Stein and Mrs. John Serfco chairmen of the dinner, h.it the majority of the 600 who comprise the congreare expected to attend the an. Under the aegis of iritual leader. Rabbi Leon kh, the Congregation has de[d an active program of reli-J I educational and cultural acand must now expand out present building at 4144 [ Avenue into the new temple will adjoin the present les and which will accommototal of 1.800 worshippers, ( %  chairman explained. dinner celebration will folJhe formal groundbreaking tnies which are scheduled to dace at 4 p.m. on the same special Service of Dedicabcing arranged by Rabbi Kronish to signal the launching the new Beth Sholom. Charles Silvers, chairman of the Construction Committee, will "break th>ground" and will be assisted by t hefollowing member* of the Construction Committee: James M. Albert. Morris Alpert, Sidney D. Ansin, Joseph L. Arkin, Leon J. Ell, Louis J. Krensky and Morry B. Morris. Mayor Harold Jhapiro will bring greetings from the City of Miami Beach, and the Rev. Wiley Scott will speak on behalf of the Miami Beach Clergy Council. Rabbi Moses Meschcloff, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, will bring greetings on behalf of the Rabbinate of Greater Miami. National and local civic leaders have been invited to participate in the ceremonies, which will be preceded by a parade of the children of Beth Shalom's Religious School, led by the Miami Beach High School Band. The Temple's Sisterhood and Religious School Choral groups will render a special musical program under the direction of Cantor Samuel Kelemer. m it m 1 S, I ^ Wfi&@: J ..: %  £!— L w^^*' Milton A. Friedman will be honored on Sunday evening at a dinner sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization of Greater Miami in the Monte Carlo Hotel. Friedman will be cited as "the man who has done most in the past 20 years" lor BBYO here. The Miami attorney is national youth commissioner of the organization. Guest speaker will be Mayor Abe Aronovitz. I John Serbin, co-chairman of the groundbreaking dinner ibration of Temple Beth Sholom, pins a Beth Sholom Ider badge on Charles Silvers, chairman of the ConstrucCommittee for the new Temple. Samuel Stein, co-chairwith Mrs. Serbin, looks over her shoulder while Leon J. president of the Congregation, waits for his turn to be ned." Irshall Goldberg to Bar Mitzvah krshall A. Goldberg, son of Mr. Mrs. Ben Goldberg, 13300 NE 1 Avenue, North Miami, will beBar Mitzvah on Saturday, DeDer 19th, at Tifereth Israel Inside Center. irshall attends Constance Junligh School where he is in the |th grade. Rabbi Louis A. Casvill officiate. bents of the Bar Mitzvah will hosts at the Oneg Shabbat on Jay night and will serve a Kidon Saturday morning follow[the services. "wmmammr*^^ M.rsfcall A. M4k§ fyum Hatorah Isiyum Hatorah will be held at ph David Synagogue on Sunday tening, January 10th. Mr. and "s. Tobias Sussman wiil present a oil of Law to the synagogue, Sophie Tucker to Star In National Council Show Sophie Tucker will be star of the evening at the annual dinner dance to be given by Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, on December 23rd at the Beachcomber. In addition to Sophie Tucker, now celebrating her golden jubilee in show business, there will be a star-studded show for the entertainment of members and guests. The affair is given for the benefit of Council's project for the education of blind children. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Max Dreyer, Mrs. Sidney Schwartz and Mrs. Harry Gordon. New Service Formed For Shopping Mothers Park-Ur-Tot, a new service for mothers, is announced here at 342 SE 1st Street. Expert child care for infants and preschool children will be given while mothers shop. Park-Ur-Tot is under the supervision of Elosia Nugent. RN. and Bellevue Hospital nursing graduate Gwen H. Bair. Formula foods may be brought along. These will be refrigerated or heated as need ed. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Monday evening s unti l 9. La Rue Restaurant Opens on Beach La Rue's Restaurant on Boulevard, first of the ultra swank dining places to open for the season on Miami Beach, started service Thursday with Chef Michot again in charge of cuisine and service directed by Velez. The new operators are Joe cohen his son-in-law Manny Smith and attorney Lawrence S. Leven son. Cohen is expected to surrender his interest to his son, Bill, when the latter is discharged from service in January. Dinner music in the traditional manner is supplied by the Louis Flagler Women Set Busy Paee; Plan Luncheon Tuesday The Women's Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center met Thursday evening. Entertainment was provided by the Women's Choral Group of the Center. Under the leadership of Mildred Draizar, the group appeared at the last meeting of the Dade County PTA and at the Southeastern Conference of the Jewish Welfare Board, in addition to participating in Flagler-Granada functions. Members include Gladys Becker, Ruth Gelb, Rosilind Berrin, Fran Immerman, Millie Kauffman, Frances Landers, Evelyn Levine, Rosalie Levitt, Estelle Lash, Naomi Levine, Mildred Stern, Hannah Malin, Ida Uram and Annette Weiss. Members at the meeting were also entertained by novelty song selections rendered by Sylvia Kirschner and Sstelle Lash. The next monthly luncheon of the Flagler-Granada Women's Group will be held on Tuesday, Deember 22nd, 12 noon, at the Center building. Mrs. Shirley Bernard, with the assistance of the luncheon committee, the Mesdames Gracy Coverman, Dinah Shapiro and Jennie Mae Clein are in charge of arrangements. Diagnostic Sessions Set at Mount Sinai Dr. David A Nathan, chairman of the Department of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, announced this week that at a recent meeting of the medical staff it was decided to sponsor a scries of diagnostic and educational medical functions which will help to further medical information and education to the internes and resident doctors practicing in all hospitals in the greater Miami area. Physicians of the Dade County Medical Association will be invited to attend these functions. The first of the scheduled events will take place at Mount Sinai Hospital on December 20th through 26th. Dr. Isadora Snapper, director of Medical Education at Beth El Hospital, Brooklyn. New York, will serve as Professor Protempore for this event. Dr. Snapper, former professor of medicine at Peiking University, Peiking, China, and at Columbia College of Medicine, also served as personal physician to the late Queen Wilhelmina of Holland. Many indigent individuals, in the greater Miami area will be brought into Mount Sinai Hospital at no expense to themselves for the purpose of assisting them medically, as well as to utilize them as patients for demonstration purposes in this service to doctors in the greater Miami area. Dr. Nathan said that his committee will announce in the verynear future the specific schedule of events which will take place during this medical program. Crystal Ball Thursday The Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center announced this week that the group will hold a Crystal Ball, its main event of the season, on Thursday night, December 24th, 9 p.m., in the social hall of the Center. The dance will feature an orchestra and is open to all young adults in the Greater Miami area. Members of the Young Adult Group planning committee are Bob Stone, president. Debbie and Lucille Graboyes, Leonard Lifshultz, Arlene Weisbiatt, Don Marks, Jane Goldstein, Phyliss Goldstein, Ruthc Divon and Elaine Schwartzman. Tourism to Israel chairman M. G. Rosenberg, of St. Petersburg, Florida, this week announced that the Southeastern Region of the ZOA will conduct a tour to Israel. The group will reach Israel in time to celebrate the sixth anniversary of independence of the state on May 7th, and will witness the ceremonies in an official capacity. Tau Epsilon Rho Elects Local Officers Moe Grundwerg. of 4561 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, has been, elected chancelor of the University of Miami Charter of Tau Epsilon Rho, legal fraternity. A Law School senior, Grundwerg will be graduated in 1954. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Miami Law Quarterly, as well as of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. Other officers are Mel Greensphan, vice chancellor; Yale Rapkin, corresponding secretary; Yale Manoff, recording secretary; Martin Burnet, treasurer. Hilery Silverman, publicity director; Barry Rothenberg, pledgor; and Leo Fenero, historian. Raff is Named To Planning Board N. Doug Raff, active in the hotel business for many years, was named Monday to the Miami Beach Planning Board by Vice Mayor Harold Spaet. A former president of the Greater Miami Hotel Association, Raff is a member of the Board of the Tropical Chapter. Hotel Greeters of America, and the South Florida Chapter, Hotel Sales Management. He is also vice president of the Miami Beach Optimist Club and president of the Miami Beach Little League Baseball Club. Evening Social Saturday The Adult Social Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will sponsor its regular Saturday evening social on December 19th, at 450 SW 16th Avenue. An orchestra will provide music for continuous dancing from 9 p.m. to 12 midnight. New Course Begins On Monday evening, 8 p.m., Rabbi Alfred Waxman will begin a new course on Biblical. History at the West Miami Jewish Center. Dade Planning the balance of the seal's Sunday -<£*£?* £**? £, ^ oTthe Jewish Center with Rabbi Irving Lehman. jWj^caSiE Rabbllenrman some of the plans youth leader,. Herbert 1 ^ t ^S^^S£m by breakfast. Israeli songs and £SSS,*iKS SS^^SSm^ ^ %  **" to ,he ** %  a nd ^ i Young Adults Stag Coral Gables Young Adult Group will present Grab Bag Stag on Saturday evening. 9 p.m., at S'nu!fand Hall. 320 Palermo.



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PAGE 4 A +J f m14hn*rk*kni FRIDAY, DE jv...,uiioiH, in uuuiuuu io nis ouez uieu. uuieiwise, n wouia De aisnearienpolitical inexperience, Laniel was forewarned ing to feel that Israel's future is being decided to mnkp nn rfimmitmonlo r\•* I therefore find it difficult to believe that Mr I*hm. Privilege then. Indeed, the excerpts of h.s remarks o^he^ were printed at his own expense and labeled so Mr K? 1 has run roughshod over all opinion contrary to hVown snT^ even failed to shield from his particular invective member?.*!^ gress. last week reached the high point of personal a-Sa^ attacked the President of the United States. In light ,jS,~J finds it difficult further to take seriously charges of f ran [ !£ J abuse and of hysterical outbursts against persons in all waJhE the government, education, the press and industry-who ^ijl prey to his intimidation tactics. •! S, c f, h is inauguration into office last January, the ftwik-i had a difficult enough time of it. He has learned all toow^I he amity between his office and the Congress rides on a Me?1 Iitical triumph which is tenuous and which rapidly f ,|| s awa Z, "f legislative branch of government forgets the Joys of victor/LuT (li)Wll In makinn n( Ihr, .. v.,,.,,1 ,..„ „.:. ** School Hoard Apiioiiili'vs T_ • r r I '-B>iiivt: urancn oi government lorgets the iovs of virtn*. ,'~T3 J, rS2L^f52!S5 ? e Dade c r n,y i d own,omakingof,heew ^^ School Board has acquired the services of two | suffer the disenchantment of the "liberal wing of his raW well known and active women in the Greater' ostensibly put him into power. He has been forced to deal with Miami Jewish community. Several weeks ago. I a,e and a House whose failure to fulfill campaign plcdeet nu'j nt S I?Q i %**' C 7 1 P le,el y v S"*? e h was Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers was named a mem" e e ^ f"** f eVen ,he most Professional politician AnTkl .IT Qn Fr anCe had COme to ber of ^e Boa^ by Acting Governor Charley M K cCar1hy \ hc has c me up against a foe who deals with tWari gether to reassure one another on NATO, GerJohns. chauvinistic and atavistic qualities of mankind, who is bent on Jl many. Communism, international trade and the Near and Far East, without taking into direct account the very source of their trouble. We, however, take note of a significant occurrence at the Bermuda gathering which is both heartening and discouraging, at once. According to news dispatches. Washington officials report that in his talks with Sir Winston. President Eisenhower felt that Egypt must be put under a promise not to attack Israel as part of the settlement of the British-Eqyptian dispute over the Suez Canal. On the face of it, this shows the Administration's continuing desire to maintain friendly relations with the Jewish State despite its concurrent need to foster Arab cllegiances. I: is almost as if our qovernment has pohtely warned the British that American repudiation of Israel at the UN for the Kibya raid will not mean cessation of spiritual and material support to the doughty little republic. But more thorough study of Mr. Eisenhower's proposal and the circumstances which must have motivated it, seem to bring forth a gloomier atmosphere. No nation can speak for another. This would appear especially true for the case of Great Britain and Egypt under its fiery leader. General Naguib. who has told London time and again that the Empire's military installations must leave the Suez area. Sir Winston's discussion with Mr. Eisenhower, indicates otherwise. As we see it. despite the strained relations his government entertains with the General, there seems to be a clear understanding between them—that the price Nag uib will have to pay for British withBIG Day H'-spoiisiltiliiv m Greater Miami's Israel Bond Organization will sponsor BIG Day on Sunday, December 20th. Throughout the day, volunteer workers will canvass the area in a determined effort to bring the Jewish State's message to residents here. The story of Israel's rebirth in our time is the miracle of this age. The influx there, since 1948, of hundreds of thousands of persons remnants of Hitler's holocaust, the povertystricken and the unwanted in many Near Eastern lands — to the point where the young republic's population has doubled itself is a practical fulfillment of Biblical prophecy. But no nation can survive on good intentions, alone. Industry and commerce are the vital elements that make the difference between marginal survival and flourishing existence. Through them, an arid land is made fertile. Through them, the creative and productive impulse of a people is brought forth. The Israel Bond drive throughout our nation and locally has done much to help the Jewish State upbuild its industrial potential. This will be the story BIG Day volunteers will bring to our community in their city-wide canvass on Sunday. It is up to each one of us to hear them out and to purchase bonds. Ours, also, is the duty to join in their ranks and to bring Israel's tale of rebirth and upbuilding to our neighbors. Mrs. Malvina Liebman has since been appointed director of elementary education here by School Superintendent W. R. Thomas. Mrs. Meyers is the second woman to serve on the Board. Her role in local civic, religious and philanthropic work could hardly be described in less than many columns, but it is significant to note that her career began as a school teacher at the age of 16, that she later became a nurse, entered rural public health work for the Red Cross and studied law at night. In 1928, Mrs. Meyers entered the Bar. She founded and is past president of the Florida Federation of Women Lawyers and is a member and past treasurer of the federation's national organization. Currently, Mrs. Meyers is treasurer of the International Federation of Women Lawyers. Mrs. Liebman's career, devoted almost exclusively to education, is a tale of gratifying success. At the age of 10. she entered Central Beach Elementary School here. She began to teach at that school 23 years ago and subsequently became its principal. With her appointment to the post of director of elementary education last week, Mrs. Liebman has achieved one of the highest positions in her chosen profession. It is a tribute to both these women that their work has not prevented them from assuming active roles in the Jewish community. Among other things. Mrs. Meyers is a director of the Oreater Miami Jewish Federation and past president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations. Mrs. Liebman is on the Executive Committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Both Mrs. Meyers and Mrs. Liebman have brought credit to the area in which they reside. Both have proved the degree of professional accomplishment which women may achieve. lag the legislative branch of fhe government so that it cannot com*] with the President in making major issues a principle concerned has brazenly told the nation in unauthorized radio and televisual dresses that an attack against him is an attack against all UutukJ ally American. J S0W y THEY GO HAND IN HAND TOW At least, Mr. Eisenhower appears safe from being called theraj man in the Senate. This was the Wisconsin Senator'* charge a* Mr. Lehman when he said that the latter was taking advantage ofL free postal service afforded government official* The Pre*idea;a trying to tether Mr. McCarthy's uncontrollable ambition, has tkn| employed upper echelon spokesmen in his defense. He was tool with the Big Three meeting at Bermuda which, from all reports, m m out to be but a macabre representation of similar meetings in d*U yore. There, he met a dying Churchill who sat at the oceanshorM wicker chair with his feet bathing in the surf, an impotent Lanieh knows nothing of government and who was in no position to makee mitments for France and an empty seat where the cagey Stalin i pondered at Yalta and Teheran. Himself, he was no match forhiifk. er Commander-in-Chief. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, whose stui history has been equalled by few leaders on the American seme. v On the day in which my letter from Mr. Lehman arrived, the P| dent spoke before the United Nations. His speech was written taajl the intervening hours between his takeoff from Castle Harbor andktl arrival in New York. Before the international bodv whose dekipMH are by now heavily concerned with the "very American activity of It] McCarthy, he offered a plan for world atomic control Let DOOM od that we shun the conference table." he said. "Allow all peoples ofaf nations to see that in this enlightened age. the great powers of %  earth, both of the East and of the West, are interested in human X"' ations first." This was certainly the unimplemented *pirit of tnel— Three meeting in Bermuda, and it seems to me that Mr. Eisenhottl should have been frustrated, indeed, were he not able to present.! before the UN with the hope of its implementation there at some m in the future. J Undoubtedly, for officials at the United Nation* listening to I there was a great disparity between these words and the senum. ceaselcssly expressed by the junior Senator from Wisconsin, who I told the American people that there is no hope for creating a worn' bridge between East and West and who. in a hysterical attack a|i LS bipartisan foreign policy, demands that we shed our allies if 1 be in order to make our isolation from the world complete. Only two days later, at a Joint Distribution Committee roeetinf.il New York. Mayor Elect Robert F. Wagner told his audience: ".. J% nave found homes for the homeless and you have rescued those nur| for death and set them on the path of life To those who had PI Tif m i S ^i Ves W to de 'P* ir vou brought hope and confidence and Wl I he JDl. whose arms are the American Jewish Committee and the A*l uefamation League of B'nai B'rith. would, itself, represent a suitaMTJ arget for Mr. McCarthys infamous investigations one of his *J leagues in the Senate. Jack B. Teney. of California, some ten n"I ago published a 91-page book which he distributed in the Upper Ho*J I his book, incidentally printed at government expense purported tN an exhaustive study of the B'nai B'rith and of the % %  un-American"*^ oers who belong to the organization. National and international events thus occur and. by contrast* i !r n '!, f ', Ca i 0n Crea,e c >' cle of seemingly unrelated experience to t* j pound felonious action, to magnify inconsistencies in our thinking. %  I to make of us men who. although speaking words, fail to commun*" with one another. While the executive branch of our government ml lor internal and external peace and harmony, the legislative bratw submits to paralysis by whipping up the fear of undeclared war %  } %  disun.ty The President has yet to meet Mr. McCarthy on the fi*J battle In the aftermath of his triumphant appearance before thj %  eo Nations, he returned to Washington to affirm and praise M neclaration of Human Rights and the work of the Human ft**"}* mission \ et. he is the leader of a nation that has repudiated lhtj*3 ,(oi en V on "lling it worthy for other peoples of the worW unworkable for us. ^ ..„Thrt U8h h s su PP rt of the Bricker Amendment, the Wi" J -tor is also opposed to the Genocide Convention. How "'"-^Zl hower separate himself from the practical aspects of h.s poW3' nations here and identify more completely with the i*JJJ in rl" ^mingly underwrites? The problem seems more a*^ ^^ M f e L, ,U f t0 m-,ter of leadership. His future rests on£~| come of his conflict with Mr. McCarthy. The New York State **" 5P-— >%  %  h "Postmarked letter, may help the Presi** %  mma if he u given the opportunity. As I understand it. !<£ % 



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rRIDAY^DECEMBER 18, 1953 ^JewisJifhrkttan PAGE 5 A iJI POSTS ARE FILLED; FRIEDUND, LEVENSON, UN, KURMAN NAMED !2K!£L D -' Four outstanding leaders in the i ing more than one half the funds fields of welfare and philanthropy in the annual Combined Jewish bve accepted key posts in the 1954 JAppeal. : <.mbiPfd Jew||h A^qfll, il was H i*ffl l ^* i l iv< *Jta'tj*1f s Di "tl The Flying Squadron is Innounced Ihis weelc by Aaron M. vision raised Jtidre ttari 50 percent lined grpu^ of campaii anner, campaign chairman Latest appointments are Sam rriedland. Pace Setters chairman; Lm C. Levenson, Initial Gifts Chairman; Sam J. Heiman, Trades thairman; and Abe Kurman, direc l or of the Flying Squadron. Each l : ,s participated in previous fund campaigns in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Samuel Friedland, founder and thairman of the Board of Food Fair Stores, Inc., is well known for his participation in philanthropic and community activities. He is a vice '...sidcnt of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and served as chairman of the Pace Setters Unit last year's campaign. He is a k,,st president of Federation, past bn-ident of the Miami Beach Jews h (inter and a vice president of Mount Sinai Hospital. Friedland is it-llow of Brandeis University and L s served as chairman of the Jewpf tJie total campaign. Heiman is the operator of a cleaning store chain and is well known in the Miami area for many community welfare seavices. He was Trades chairman in 1953 and is a member of the Federation Board of Governors. He has served for several years as a group Leader in the Trades Division for the Combined Jewish Appeal. He is also a high ranking officer in the Miami Elks Lodge. A network of community trades committees will be developed in the '54 campaign to bring about widespread participation by small business men, Heiman stated. This Last year, it was one of Kurman's pledges which boosted the campaign past the million dollar mark, a streampaigners who volunteer to'covcr the onusual arid" "hard-to-reach" prospects in all divisions. Kurman is serving *s president of the Jewish Home for the Aged and is a former vice chairman of Sam Friedland |i~h Theological Seminary National %  Conference. He was recently appointed chairman of the CommuInity Chest campaign on Miami Beach. Friedland has announced that his I Pace Setters group will hold planning meetings at his home the first [week in January to plan the Initial Gifts function at the Saxony [Hotel on Sunday, January 10th. This social event, which is expected [to be attended by outstanding %  world personalities of the entertainment, government, philanI thropic and religious fields, will .launch the pre-campaign program for 1954, Friedland said. Levenson is a member of the Federation's Board of Governors and a trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital and Temple Israel. Last year, he >crved as co-chairman of the South Florida campaign for Yeshiva Iniversity Medical College. Heiman, appointed chairman of the Trades Division, has announced he is confident his group will exceed the fine record established in last year's campaign. The Trades Division is responsible for securSam C. levenson includes development of suburban business men's councils and organization of campaign groups in intra-shopping areas. More than 70 trades and professions will be contacted by Heiman's volunteers during the campaign. "The Trades Division must raise the bulk of the funds in this campaign, and this can be accomplished only by total involvement on the part of each and every business man in Dade County," Heiman declared, explaining the plan. The traditional appointment of Kmman to lead the Flying Squadron was not unexpected in this year's campaign appointments. Kurman has been chairman of this group in the past three campaigns and has been responsible for successful solicitation of some of the Sam ]. Heiman the Hotel Unit of the CJA. He is a-member of Federation's Board of Governors and has served for many years with the Campaign Advisory Council. Last year, he was also a co-chairman of the Hotel Unit. Kurman led the recent building fund drive at the Jewish Home for the AS* Kurman habilitation and resettlement carried out by the United Jewish Appeal through the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Israel Appeal and the United Service for New Americans, said officials. In addition to raising funds for strengthening of Israel's economy, Camp Program A winter day camp program for boys and girls, age six to 12, will be conducted during the forthcoming school vacation period at the three branches of the Greater Miami,Jewish Community, Center. The activities will berondurted on all of the vacation days except the Weekends and will offer an opportunity for supervised recreation in a Jewish setting. Full day program, similar to the summer day camp operation, will be conducted at the Center's Town and Beach Branches. The program (at the Beach Branch will be available to children enrolled in the first three grades only. Activities will include athletics, ga'mes, arts and crafts, dramatics and singing. A number of outings have been planned as part of the activities at the Flagler-Granada Center and Town Branch, Such as trips to Crandon Park and the Junior Orange Bowl Parade. The schedule at Flagler-Granada is on an afternoon basis only. Ernie Rich Uetn 2V#r Tumid Medal Ernie Pick, 14-year old Explorer Scout from Miami's Troop 338, received one of scouting's three highest religious awards Tuesday in ceremonies at the Miami Hebrew the Combined Jewish Appeal also School and Congregation. seeks funds annually in the Greater Miami area for support of some 40 national institutions and six local agencies. These include Mount Sinai Hospital, Jewish Home for the Aged, Bureau of Jewish Edu cation. Jewish Social Service Bureau (Vocational Workshop). Greater Miami Jewish Community CenSon of Mr. and Mrs.Fred Pick, 75 S\V 10th Street, he was awarded the Ner Tamid medal by Rabbi Simon April. Miami Hebrew School spiritual leader. The award is given by the national Jewish committee on scouting upon recommendation of the local group. Ernie, who will be one Aged to construct an addition to I ter and National Council of Jew-1 of only about five Miami council house bedridden residents. He was honored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center last year for his outstanding contribution to that organization, and he is a Board member of many local welfare, religious and civic organizations. ish Women (Welfare Program). The Greater Miami group of agencies receives allocations equivalent to 36 percent of the total raised. Israel and the United Jewish Appeal receive more than onehalf of the funds collected and civic defense agencies in 1953 receivOther appointments on Kanner's j ed over $30,000 to carry on their cabinet will be announced shortly, educational programs combatting and positions of leadership are now bigotry and anti-Semitism and being filled in all working divi-1 strengthening democratic institusions and units in preparation for: tions. the drive, Kanner reported. Starti Major groups in this classifying in mid-January, the campaign | tion include the Joint Defense Apblueprints call for numerous peal (Anti-Defamation League and brunches and dinner meetings fea-1 American Jewish Committee), the turing internationally famous speakers and entertainers who will appear at these major functions to tell the story of Jewry's great American Jewish Congress, the Jewish Labor Committee and the Jewish War Veterans. Other funds are allocated to a host of needs in 1954, of the globe-girdling j service, cultural, religious and edulargest contributors ~ in the area. | program in the field of relief, re-1 cational and health institutions. scouts to own the Ner Tamid, is a junior cantor at the Miami Hebrew School and is slated for his Eagle Scout badge next month. Scoutmaster is Alvin I. Siegel who, himself, last month became one of the nation's few scout leaders to be awarded the Ner Tamid medal. Feature Added to Jewish Forum of the Air The Yiddish commentator, Louis Gross, of Philadelphia, is the new additional feature on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air every Sunday. 10:30 a.m., over station WMIE. Gross has been a journalist and radio personality during the past 24 years. He is noted for his radio feature. The Face Of The Globe Today. B'nai B'rith Women Plan Parties, Meet North Dade Chapter of B'nai eember 23rd 1 p.m. Mrs. B'rith Women will meet on TuesIsaacs day, December 22nd, 8:30 p.m., at the North Dade Jewish Center, 13630 W. Dixie Highway. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Ida Optner, district vice president, who will disuss the Hillel House at the University of Miami. • • Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold their weekly menorah games party at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, DeNorth Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold their me norah party at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Chicago Club to Meet The Chicago Club of Greater Miami will hold its annual get-together party on Sunday, December 20th. 6:30 p.m., at the Hibiscus Masonic Temple. Paramount Poultry, Inc. 1335 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-3578 Singers of Israel to Appear at Dade Auditorium Plans have been completed for a concert here by the Singers Of Israel which will be presented at the Dade County Auditorium on January 26th, 8i30 p.m. Cantor Samuel Malavsky and his Family Choir of six will present a two-hour program of Jewish-Hebrew music. The concert will include Hebrew liturgical choral selections and solos, Jewish and Hebrew, as well as Palestinian-Israeli folk songs, and American spiritual selections There will also be several renditions of American-Yiddish swing and popular songs by the Marl in Sisters. ONLY EVISCERATED KOSHER POULTRY PLANT IN FLORIDA Under Supervision of: RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Greater Miami Vaad Hak.shruth Finest Quality FRYERS HENS CAPOKETTES TURKEYS DUCKS Zionist Crisis Viewed Der Yiddisher Forum will meet on Saturday evening, December 19th, 8 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Avenue. Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, E. Lesowoder and I. Minenberg will speak on: The Crisis In Zionism. -*J^l£S3*E.tbS r !" T 7 A. Milton A Friedman testimonial ainner WDM> Fnedman is the• a ^S^K?Uta Gelbart. 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PAGE 6 A +Jcis*ncrk*t*r ^AY^DECDto Wolf sons to Reside In Jacksonville Rabbis Sidney Lefkowitz and Jos eph Narot officiated at the wedding i : Miss Shirley Rose Wax and Nathan Wolf son at Temple Israel em December 6th. The bride i> the daughter of Mr a-J Mrs. Charles S. Wax. **5 N Mtta Street Mr Wolfson is the s n of Mrs. Morns Wolfson. Jack i nville. and the late Mr Wotf5 D. Matron of honor was Mrs Sylvia I'-.gen. sister of the groom, of TulM, Oklahoma. Miss Betty | I < rg. Daytona Beach, was maid of h nor. Bridesmaids were Miss Car%  Wolfson. Jacksonville, and Miss Mareia Wolfson Carla Roth and } ala Sue Roth were flower girls Beat* IB Ml was Cecil Wolfson. brother of the groom from Nn York City. Acting as ushers were Frank Heiman. Jacksonville. Ash' %  -ih Weisman, Tampa. Martin Stein, Jacksonville. Earl Stone and S-.nford Wax. brother of the bride. \.r. Wax gave hi.s daughter in mar riage. '• A reception followed the cerettony at Kaplan Hall. The couple ? :t for a wedding trip to Jamaica hey will reside in Jacksonville on ir,tir return fleth David Women Slate A.'ew Year's Eve Donee Beth' David Sisterhood will hold a New 'Years eve dance on December 31st. Music will be loy Jacques Don let and his or-. .•hestra Dinner I md entertainment are also. I planned. Ticket' I chairman is Mrs %  Harry Gordon. Assisting Mrs Harry L a u f e r < irmun. in the arrangements are the Mesdamea Harry Oliphant, president, Nate Davidow, Bert SI er. Harry Gordon, David Parnes. I AJ Schloss, Nathan Kay. Sidnc\ Z ickerman. Harold Berney. Sidne> I aniels, Sam Diekaon, Isadore Ber-| Sam Badanes. Nate SpiegelI I) and Frank A. Rose. Mrs. Uwm4 i. WmmsHim — m*oto 11 A I Kahlcr, Weinstein Wed December .~>th In a double ring ceremony Saturday evening. December 5th. Miss Joan R. Kahler. daughter of Mrs Belle Cook. 1616 Euclid Avenue, became the bride of Edward B. %  Weinstein. son of Mr. L. Weinstein. 1055 Lenox Avenue. Rabbi Irving Lehrman performed the ceremony in his study. A reception and buffet dinner followed at the Continental Hotel. The bride selected an imported chantilly lace and tulle ballerinalength gown with cap sleeves and long mits of matching lace. Her fingertip illusion veil was attached to a Juliet cap of lace. She car ried orchids on a Bible. The bride and groom both received their degreeat the I'niverj Mty of Miami Mr Weinstein is a member of Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. The couple will motor through the South and n.ake their home in Red Bank. New JCTte] Shane, (iolclfarb Betrothal Tokl Miss Eleanor Shane and Murray Goldfarh are engaged. Mr. and Mr> Jack Shane, of Lawrence. Long island. New York, parents of the bride-elect, announced the couple's betrothal. Mr. Ooldfarb is the son of the Samuel J Goldfarbs. New York Ot> and Miami Beach. He is a graduate M the Columbia Grammar Preparatory' School. New York, and of the I'niversity of Miami. A member of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity and a veteran of service in the IS Army Medical Corps, he is presently an executive with Perfection Frocks. Inc. Miss Shane will receive the BFA d eg ree from Cornell I'niversity in January She attended the Art Students League in New York and is a member of the national architecture honorary. Alpha Alpha Gamma, and of Sigma Delta Tau. The couple plan to be married in February' Mrs. Grossinger Named Co-Cha^ Hebrew Academy Dinner bnuaru nu Beach Mayor, Wife Entertain Israelis Entertaining her mother, Mrs. Ester Chmio. and Miss Miriam Zelman are Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs Harold Shapiro. The city's First Lady flew to New York, where she met the arrivals from Tel Aviv. Israel, and accompanied them back here. Mrs Shapiro is a native Israeli. Leonards Are iarly Winter Resident Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Leonard, of Harmon-on-the-Hudson, New York, are among the early arrival winter resident here. They are staying at 8200 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach. Mr. Leonard is the author of Americans All, now going into its fifth edition. Mrs. Leonard is author of Jewish Cookery, in its seventh edition, and food columnist for Jewish publications from coast to coast. Naming of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Miami Beach communal leader and noted hotel opet?tor I here and in New York, as co-chairi man of the sixth annual dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad| emy was made Wednesday by Mayor Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach, honorary chairman. Charles Fruchtmarf and B. F. Bender also %  are co-chairmen. The $100 a couple function will be held Sunday night, January j 17th. at the new Di Lido Hotel. | Mrs. Grossinger is active both nationally and locally in the United I Jewish Appeal. Israel Bond drive, | Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Yeshiva University and many other philanthropic movements. A general membership meeting of the Academy, including all affiliated groups, will be held on Monday night, December 21st, at the Hibiscus Auditorium. Representatives of the Hebrew Aademy Women, the Fathers' Club and the Room Mothers will join the Board of Directors and members of the Academy. Harry Genet, acting president of the Academy, will open the meeting and introduce Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hollywood, who will preside. Rabbi Shapiro is a member of the Board of the Academy and former membership chairman. Rabbi Morris Skop. of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, will be the principal speaker. Rabbi Skop is the father of Raphael and Eli Skop, Academy students. The Hebrew Academy Chorus, accompanied by Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag. will entertain. Business reports will be submitted by the admissions, budget and finance, membership and Board of Education committees. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. president of the Hebrew Academy Women, and Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs. Jerry Sussman. journal co-chair men. will also report. \ Mrs. iHnit CrMM*, Mrs. Goldberg Feted! At Birthday Party Dr. Philip Goldberg honored{ wife on the occasion of her boftj day with a party held in their hosstl at the Southgate Apartment* 10J| Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach. Guests present included Mr all Mrs. Meyer Friedman. Mr. and Hn I Morris Michalovitz. Mr. and fa George Burkin. Mr and Mrs Sa>[ uel Mandiberg. Mr and Mrs k I than Levin. Mrs A. PerliuM,] Miss Kay PerlmuUer. Joseph k-l doff and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer To) | man. A toast to Mrs Goldberg wasp> en by Mr. Friedman Gift by tkl guests was a specially desipa)] plant. Couple to Mark Anniversary Early Mr and Mrs Abraham RosenI :d. of 1234 12th Street Miami J:ach. will mark their 50th wed < :.g anniversary on February 28. 54 But the) are advancing the < te of their celebration in order t take their children and grand t • ildren on a trip to Cuba The Rosenfields decided to "up date" the calendar so their grand daughters, Marjorie and Sandra. < jld take advantage of their holivacations from school. Marjorie. 12. is the same age that her mother. Mrs Lillian Lev. nberg. was when she first visited I -ba Sandra. 9. will be a few steps { %  head of them when she looks back on her initial trip to the island. Also making the trip will be the R senfield's son, Lewis, who oper.-•• s a Boston clothing factory flatted by his father in 1902. A hativa of Lithuania. Mr Rosenfield I DC to the United States in 1896 : I joined the army soon after. He r %  t his wife, who was born in Russia, in Boston where they were r rried in 1904. friedmans Are Grand Great Grandparents sir and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of 1320 SW 13th Court. Miami, became grandparents and great grandparents on the same day, December 2nd. A daughter was born to their yr ungest daughter on that day. A granddaughter announced the birth of a baby girl at the same time. Mrs. Friedman is in Cleveland, Ohio, with the new arrivals. And Klein to be Sterling Guest Stephen Klein, of New York C.-ty, president of Barton's BonJ nniere. well known chain of Continental Chocolate shops in Newt York, Philadelphia. Detroit and Newark, will arrive on Friday, De-' cember 18th, for a two-week stay at the Sterling Hotel in Miami Beach %  It gives us great pleasure to announce the Grand Opening of our beautiful new store in Coral Gables at 279 Miracle Mile, Saturday, December 19th. Everyone is invited to attend this gala event. A lovely free gift is yours with my purchase, regardless of amount spent, during the opening week of our Coral Gables Store.



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)AY, DECEMBER 18, 1953 +Jmlst) tMgtkui lomi Group of Hadassah to Install rs. Soltz as President December 20th Irs Gerald P. Soltz will serve first president, of the newly hcd Naomi Group of the Greatliami Chapter of Hadassah. She bo installed with the other ters at the group's dinner dance ..icember 20th, 7:30 p.m., at johnina Hotel. Jther officers include the Messes Daniel Finkejstein, Arthur shhein and Murray Levine, vice tidents; Don Stuart, financial ,ft;iry; Emanuel Seitlin, treas[ %  ; Nathan Synamon, correspondfspcretary; Herbert Buchwald, ding secretary; Maurice Simis, parliamentarian; and EuSomberg, social secretary. Lrd members include the Masks Arthur Ben, David Seitlin, jdon Hacker, Burton Yagoda, %  jam Sanes, Norman ShandelI, Morris Goldfarb, Marvin Lie' Ralph Swisko and Stanley Oman. s. William Lee, vice president |he Greater Miami Chapter of ssah, will install the new offiI. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, ChapI president, will bring greet|. Mrs. Burton Yagoda will act oaster of ceremonies and is in \ge of arrangements. Mrs. Cerofd P. Solti Mrs. Soltz is past president of the Southern Region of Junior Hadassah, past president of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'nth and Women's Council of South Florida. ephen Michael Grussmark, In oi Mr. and Mrs. Robert russmark, 721 Meridian Av_ue, will become Bar Mitzph at the Miami Beach lewCenter on Saturday. RabIrving Lehrman will office. An eighth grade stubnt at Miami Beach Senior Igh School, Stephen attends |e Religious School of the liami Beach Jewish Center. Bernard Joshua Drucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Drucker, 1030 Washington Avenue, will celebrate the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday at the Miami Beach Jewish I Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Bernard is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach Senior High School and attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Roberta Sprintz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sprintz, 5839 Alton Road, Miami Beach, will return home from Briarcliff Junior College, New York, next week to spend the holidays with her parents. Miss Sprintz, a freshman, is majoring in art at Briarcliff and is a member of the Drama Club there. She was graduated from Miami Beach High School, %  ft H •& Al and Jack Goldman, of Miami Beach, have flown to Chicago, Illinois, to attend the dedication ceremonies at Anshe Emess Synagogue in honor of the memory of their late brother, Rabbi Solomon Goldman, former spiritual leader of the congregation. •fr ij %  & Lauretta De Young, of Detroit, Michigan, is now residing at the Cynthia Hotel Apartments on Washington Avenue. A teacher of modern piano, she is a former student of Herman Wasserman who also taught the late George Gershwin. it iJ -fr Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen, of 281 NW 104th Street, announce the birth of their daughter, Lisa Castle, on Sunday. PAGE 7 A Apt. To Share—Miami Beach Retired business women (cousins) want to share their large 4-room Apt., north, with lady. Few steps to stores, busses, 1'/, blocks to 13th St. beach. Phone 5 6364. $20 weekly %  season. ji^^^* iSs(; BOYS, GIRLS SPEND YOUR VACATION AT Juniors Lodge Sports, picnics, cook outs, crafts, fishing, New Year's Eve, too. Also group catering. CBS Dorms. Ph. Ft. Lauderdale 3-9741 5 ?' ITots About Town... IN ^. ^~ 'ERE SMILING AT YOU ... ay Cathy and Debbi Barpack, children of Mr. and flrs. Donald Barmack, 1125 pth Street, Miami Beach. — Baby Photoo by Ardmore ANNOUNCING A NEW SERVICE FOR AtOTNIRS FARK-UR-TOT 78c HOURLY HAT1 — WHILR. YOU SHOP 342 8.E. FIRST STREET %  h ^"2?.! %  %  ClOM to Parking Lota — Bumi — and Sh ***'"*7_V! SMILES AT THE FUTURE .. The happy face belongs to Jeffrey Weinkle, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. Stanley Weinkle, 1775 Calais Drive, Miami Beach. He is the joy of his grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. Harold Levine to Be Bar Mitzvah Harold Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levine, 1560 SW 5th Street, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday m6rning, December 19th, at Beth El Synagogue. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate. Harold is an eighth grade student at Ada Merritt Junior High School and attends Beth El Religious School, where he has been captain of the safety patrol. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will be hosts at a dinner for the family Saturday evening. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiss and family, of Roslyn Heights, Long Island; I Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levine, of Collingswood, New Jersey; Dr. and Mrs. Henry Weiss and family, of Cedarhurst, Long Island; and Mrs* Chrales Waxman, of Flushing. — Ardmore Marc Darryl Sokolik, son of Mrs. Morris Sokolik, 4300 Nonh Michigan Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, December 19th, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. 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PAGE 8 A i i = +Jmions attended a testimonial dinner for Alex Van Straaten Sunday evening at the Sterling Hotel Honored a> the Sareze Continues Direct Sales Policy of Women's Sportswear fashions Mere Cerge B. Keller, president of Sarexe Sportswear, this week an nounced the opening of a new ad Report Ike Asks for Israel's Protection Continued from PJO 1 A partment would pay more attention to the Arab 'League arguments at the I nited Nations, the formula 1 -t president of the Miam. Beach djtl0n t0 hiji company at 279 Mir l-ra*l .*iU*f r '*Jf. %  -* ^ K-le Mile in Coral Gables i.-rnn of his ,0th nirthda\ i _,~^, n tion eiven his four Prirtia* ajVaaw, at of Gerrruny in which representatives of all grounds that SUc h Zirthist groups participated. Mrs. DricJtey was grand prize winner, receiving an additional $230 for expenses. H. I 8* Coalition Continued fr** P| armament of The American formula, rejected by Mr Churchill, called for the ganization of Anwica ublishment. according to Feller He declared that the ZOA fa the sUCCPSsfu i manufacturer and • bulwark of all American Jewish ^ — ^ of mmm/t spor s wear.. activity in behalf of Israel, and Ke „ er inau g Ura ted the policy of withdrawal of British troops from called on the American people to' support the Jew:" stores, thus eliminating the middle man's profits and offenng smart creations at outstandingly low prices. Feller's wife. Sara, has been a that the Arabs ut peace table New York State Attorney General Nathaniel Goldstein made a presentation to Van Straaten in behalf of the Jewish N .rd A grove of 1.000 trees will be planted in Ism 1 m ""* %  %  le hit honor Police Ordered to Arrest Persons Posting Scurrilous Placards in St. Petersburg ST. PKTKRSBl KG. Fla iJ I \ St. Petersburg police wore under (Tilertodaj I" arrest .my persona putting up anti-Semitic posten within the city limitin violation • %  City Council ordinance The order was issued after %  Midden burst of anti-Semitic activit) re ted in five blocks on the North Side being heavily plastered with ten linking Communism and aism and calling for %  hall to li wish immigration At the MUM time, tracts were distributed to most homes in the stressing the same themes i ipt of anonymous, scurrilous %  > rby Jewish residents of the rener mnutuniini wc H" 111 ; lerican peopn? to developing and merchandizing his; the Suez Canal on the basis of an -h | S -r^.T*JI ^original style products in" his own Egyptian agreement to allow the of war. Meanwhile. Israel asked the Brit ish Government to obtain guarantees that Israel s hip p a ng would not be locked out of the Suet Canal and to dismantle and remove the Ben Gurion Retires To South of Israel Continutd from Pag* ] A is able to make the lands of the region flourish for the benefit of all its people and for the consolidation of world peace, the Jewish State will be compelled to take special security measures in the border which "occasionally give rise to inconveniences for some of the inhabitants of these areas," Mr Ben-Gtfrion said. He voiced satisfaction for the support givweapona and other equipment at | en the government by the mmori 17 airfields and ten military camps [ ties in Israel—the Moslems, Chrisin the Suez area before Britain make a final agreement with Egypt on the fate of the Suez Canal, the BOU -paper Maariv reported in Tel Aviv A Foreign Ministry spokes man in Jerusalem refused to comment on the report The newspaper said that Israel approached the British Govern ment aearly as April of this year asking that it bt consulted on the Suez situation, especially on matFfecting Israelsecurity. The tians and Drupes. He pledged 'that Israel would never forget the sympathy and support it received at various times and from various areas by its well-wishers and friends among the nations of the world. But. he underlined. Israel's liberation did not come from without. "Its achievement was due to the realization of our first pioneers that we must not rely on others, nor must we look to the nations for favors. U < •oak. mean the r^ Mr. Sharett. K 0reiml wellasAcl, n£;Pr e mierilli up ,he K debate on fa affairs, told Parliament rael's policies toward fa or toward the question of, ting Arab refugees, or to th velopment of Jordan Rj vw "must primarily be built, rael s sovereign right to i affairs and aspirations u for our needs." Referring specifically t 0 American relations, be pal that there had been -|_ downs" in the I nited StafaTi toward Israel from Roosevelt, through Tr Eisenhower. But even wi were "downs" in that stressed, there were also sions of sympathy and and political aid. Sons of Israel Decticgj New officerof Louis n j deis Lodge. Free Sons of L were named Saturday, Taj] Dr. B. A. Kir-chcnbaum. pn Louis Cohen, wee presida Ko-enthal. recortuBf Morris Enzer. correspond! Jewish State also approached the | We must achieve our salvation tary; Harry Hoffman, t. other Western Powerand asked through our own efforts," he dej and Burton Yagoda, financial for hacking of its demands on Brit-1 clared. I tary. ain. George •. feller and nnn .lews with Jewish significant factor in the success of Sareze. She has been a motivating force in the growtli of the persnoalized enterprise since the found the first Sanaa store in the ax) block on Washington Aveaoe, loaaa ii\fean ago. Feller's own factory is at 2621 namewaalso reported the authorities The letters wen • narked trom this citj etive I.t Ralph Lee who was _ned t" handle the case had •ent to the entire police e to be alert to apprehend men placing the ant. Semitic posten in NVV 2nd Ave Miami and ^ the city. Posters of this nature v ularly he warned. will not be tolerated." Duntov Discusses Mexico ph Duntov was guest speaker rsdajy evening at a Board meet. of the Bureau of Jewish EdUcation. Duntov discussed his recent trip to Mexico Ccssd Party Scheduled : he Dora Stem Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will hold a card •> on Sunday. December 20th. 8 p.m.. at the 'enter MrI Gold berg is chairman Oneg Shabbat Held The Miami Young Zionist Dil t' it will hold an Oneg Shahbat at the home of tffcfck Doych, 980 SW ?th street. Friday. December 18th. at 8.30 p.m. individualized fashions in women's sportswear turned out there are accepted locally, as well as throughout the countrv The Sareze trade The British tjovernjnent refused. nevertheless, to consult Israel. A spokesman for the British Foreign Office and Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared publicly and privately that the British were keeping Israel's interests in mind. Israel remained uneasy, and the dissatisfaction deepened when it was learned that no clause guaranteeing freedom of shipping was included in the projected pact and that Britain was planning to turn the bases over to Egypt intact, Maariv reported. Israel pointed out emphatically to the British Government that the installations being left in Egyptian name travels North each year with, hands could detect planes as far the return home of thousands of tourists who become acquainted with Feller's fashions while vacationing here. A resident of Miami for manyyears he is a member of Beth David Synagogue and prominent in Other Jewish civic and communal activities. Fullers Coral Gables store will have its formal opening this weekend to serve residents of that area Israel Film to be Shown Meeting of the Miami Young Zionist District will be held Tuesday. December 22nd. at the Bureau of Jewish Education building. A film on Israel will be shown. away as Tulkarm and Nathanva.t hampering Israel's defense plans. It was also pointed out that the Suez area, once granted to Egypt, would connect Egypt with the Gaza strip, now separated, in one continuous land mass, adding considerably to its military value and to Israel's danger. Maariv said. Zionists Heary Judy Nathan Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club will meet on Wednesday. 12:15 p.m.. at the Shelborne Hotel Judge Raymond Nathan, of the small claims court, will be guest speaker, according to an announce ment this week by Philip V. Sal mon. Xbncheon club chairman. Frank Stanley will open with his orchestra in the Zodiac Room of the Delano Hotel on Friday evening. The pianist and his Big Little Five have appeared in swank hotels and clubs throughout the nation. Stanley is particularly well known here for his appearances at Miami Beach's finest rooms. Paramount Only Iviscerated Kosher Poultry Plant in Stale Paramount Poultry. Inc.. at 1335 NW 7th Avenue, this week announced that it is the only eviscerated kosher poultry plant in Florida. owners are Leo Reichenstahl, George Abrams and Louis Bader. They sjid here that they are under the supervision of Rabbis Moses Mescheloff. Beth Jacob Vaad Makahruth. and Joseph E Rackovsky, Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. Specializing in supplying strictly kosher hoteland restaurants, they unite the public to inspect their plant at any time. On their prem ises are the finest quality fryers. hens, caponettes. turkeys and ducks, according to the owners "We can suppl) one to 1,000," they said bare Wagers at Biscay Top Last Year's Biscayne Kennel Club i to shatter all previeaj act and mutuel play records ami's oldest and largest i track goes down the homei of its first half meeting. Barring interference (real weatherman. Biscayne seeasj stined for the third straigUi to lead the other Flohk] tracks in dollars wagered During the first 22 ny season, 158.532 fans wigni] 021.247, while fur the SUK| last year approximately tkej number of people wageredf 813. The increase is $21*,fT The average betting peri far is just under £304(1 nightly attendance being e^ neighborhood of 6,100. Racing Secretary Leo is now busy getting up a H 24 best greyhounds at the I which will compete for r season finale crown to bei January 5th, closing night faj Northside Oval. iXUAL H0TK3 IN COUNTY JUDGES CO DADE COUNTY. FLOW No. Z7W1-B RE: E8TATK %  „,..., HOI i >M< >N I' 1 'l"iAl:sM j kn.,vvn ., %  NOTICE OF INTENTION" APPLICATION FOB Fll DISCHARGE NOTICK fllr.l my final KKT ,., "' %  ',,' -I o7 Janaarj %  %  •' l "! Honorable Cow t< jndsa County, I' %  v ^Si flnl r.|" • %  *• "' ""3 .Vlmitrsi-.i" \ "'.. .'?" .3 George Jr. looks on while Jack D. Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, located at 1244 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, shakes hands with Arthur H. Courshon, secretary, after lighting the candle of their first birthday cake. Standing (left to right) are Milton M. Gaynor, treasurer; George W. Hirsch, vice president and comptroller; end (far right) Ben Giller, vice president. % Novel is Dramatized A dramatic duo on the book, F:than Frome. by Edith Wharton. will bo sponsored by the Adult Social Croup of the Greater Miami I Jewish Community Center. 450 SW T 16th Avenue, on Wednesdav. Dej cember 23rd. 9 p.m. Bertha Zolun will act as narrator, and Rosalyn j Davidson will be the dramatist. A'lull ,1 — Kol.( I\|I IN Pi ,; • Uj"*' as Hoi Pi d MTRR8 HEIMAN k k"""^ Attorney* foi ,. mi P : l %  NOTICE UNDER FICT-T NAME L* w „ NOTICE IS HIKKBTGI llir in C < A & I' i-nl.l.K.-l bold I! Ml I • „f the Circuit """ '' Bo Li., CKtgtL K4H8 \HV Kl IX8 r i • F P"*] i i • I :, — l i -s is HBRKBL21 NOTICE .>'" i i' '• ', ln j lu" Kl MOT I .,,,.1 Bt RTON %  i b i II'-I % *,',. i Counl



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3IDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1953 :ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Seudos will follow, with the Rabbi discussing the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 10 a.m. in Academy Hall. +Jelfficiating and discussing: A Iwish View Of The Robe. Cantor Icob Bornstein will render the Meal portions of the liturgy. • • • IBETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will ild Friday evening services at 15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro kil Cantor Maurice Mamches oftiating, assisted by the choir nnIr the direction of Miriam Don|rstag. KabM Shapiro will preach the topic: A Modern Leader hd Prophet. The sermon will be Lsed on the experiences of the fbbi's grandfather, Rabbi Isaac jterson, when he was tutor to feigning Israel Prime Minister Jvid Ben Burion. The Oneg Shahfollowing will be sponsored by and Mrs. Abraham Kasow. oral offerings will be by Mr. and Bernard Fleisher. Saturday brning services are at 9 a.m., fen Rabbi Shapiro will discuss Weekly Portion. Mincha will [at 4:45 p.m., when Kenneth, son | Mr and Mrs. Bernard Fleisher, become Bar Mitzvah. Daily hices are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 1ETH JACOB CONGREGATION ll hold Friday evening services 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Moses kcheloff will officiate and p.u h the sermon. Cantor Aaron ingarten will render the. musiportions of the liturgy. Saturb' morning services are at 8:30 The Bar Mitzvah of Richard Id son of Mr. and Mrs. George tld. will take place during the (vice. Rabbi Mescheloff will adB the confirmand. Junior servare at 9 a.m., under the direc|n of Benjamin Kaminetzky. ReRhmenta will be served,by the %  terhood, with Mrs. Aaron WeinV'en and.Mrs. Abraham Bergen as hostesses. Mincha is at 5 followed by Shalos Seudos. Ibbi Mescheloff will discuss the pekly Portion. Daily services are 7 and 8 a.m. and at 5 and 5:30 CONGREGATION BETH TFILwill hold Friday evening servh at 5:15 p.m. Saturday mornK MTvices are at 8:30 a.m., when Ibbi Joseph Rackovsky will offi|lf and discuss: Encouragement. •* p.m., the Rabbi will preach Ihe Weekly Portion. Mincha is 430 p.m., followed by Shalos idos. Daily services are at 7:30 and at 5 p.m. • • • Ð EL CONGREGATION will Id Friday evening services at I 5 p.m. Saturday morning serv|are at 8:30 a.m., when the Bar pzvah of Harold, son of Mr. and Sidney Levine, 1560 SW 5th M't. will take place. Rabbi paryahu Swirsky will officiate t discuss: A Rabbi Takes Stock. fcjass in Talmud is scheduled for P.m., and will be conducted MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and discuss: A Credo For A Way Of Life. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy as:*ited by the Center Choir. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth of Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Drucker, and Stephen, son of Br. and Mrs. Robert Grussmark, are scheduled. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m., with late services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and discuss: Where Does Judaism Start. Guest Cantor Nathaniel Shlossberg will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8 a.m. Rabbi Malavsky will preach on the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and preaching on the topic: This Is Thy Day. Saturday morning services will be at 10:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvoth of Marc Darryl, son of Mrs. Morris Sokolik, and Morey Moss, son of Mrs. S. Moss, will take place. Cantor Samuel ftelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 *.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: Challenge And Warning. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., followed bf Mincha and Shalos Seudos. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating and discussing: With God In Our Midst. Cantor Edward Klein will chant, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of A. Louis Mechlowitz. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Abramowitz will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Late services are at 8:15 p.m., and will be conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Jerme Taft. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: Jacob's Blessings As A Prophecy. The Oneg Shabbat following will be provided by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mackler. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Junior service/: are at 11 a.m., with students of the Hebrew School assisting-. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by • Maariv. Daily services are at 7 a.m. and Sunday at 8 a.m. • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER-wjll hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate and discuss: Making One's Life Worth While. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Robert Strassburg. Meyer Baskin, (enter president, and Judge Sam Silver, membership chairman, will present certificates of membership to those who recently joined the congregation. The Oneg ShabbaJ following will be under the direction of a hostess committee headed by Mrs. Jason Grossman. Saturday morning services will include the Bar Mitzvah of Joseph Perkell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perkell, 612 Palermo Avenue. The Perkells will be hos FLAGLER GRANADA Jewish Community Center will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and chanting the liturgy. He will be assisted by the Center Choir. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speaker. Subject of his talk is scheduled as: Jewish Education And Democracy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strumpf will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Berg, will become Bar Mitzvah. Students of the Religious School will assist Rev. Heim in chanting the liturgy. • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seup.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will deliver the sermon on the topic: Jacob Never Died. Mincha is dos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Sunday morning servives are at 8 a.m. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 4:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and discussing: Be Strong—Let Us Strengthen One Another. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Host will be Hertz Weiss. Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. TEMPLE SINAI, Hollywood, will hold Friday evening services dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greenfield in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary at 8:30 p.m. Rab bi David Shapiro will officiate and discuss: Who Is The Messiah. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy assisted by the Temple Choir. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rev. Mordechai Haalman will assist the Rabbi. Subject of the sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 10 a.m. • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS Jewish Community Center will hold Friday evening services in honor of the students of the confirmation class. Preaching the sermon will be Jack Becker, president of the class. Subject of his topic is scheduled as: What's In A Name. The Oneg Shabbat following will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Stan Serotta. Daughter Dinah Serotta will sing a solo with the choir. *> 'i NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and discussing: Why I Am A Jew. The newly organized Junior Choir, under the direction of Lucille Moore, will assist the Rabbi. An Oneg Shabbat prepared by the Sisterhood will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold special services Friday at 8:30 p.m., dedicated as the first Sisterhood Sabbath for the consecration of new members, under the direction of Rabbi Max M. Landman. The services will be conducted by the three past presidents of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Arthur Borok, Mrs. Ben Friedman and Mrs. Sam Altman. The sermon will be delivered by the current president, Mrs. Bernard Chesman. The Oneg Shabbat following will be given by the Sisterhood. The evening's program is under the direction of Mrs. William S, Locke. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday. Topic of Rabbi Landman's sermon will be: The Messiah In Our Time. Junior services are in the tfaloff Room at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Louis Cassel will be assisted by Cantor Albert Glantz. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: Setting The Stage. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Marshall A. Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goldberg, will become Bar Mitzvah. Saal to Attend IZFA Meeting In New York The University of Miami Chapter of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America will be represented at the IZFA Central Executive Committee meeting in Red Hook, New York, on December 27th through 30th. Irving Saal, president of the local chapter and president of the southern region, will attend the meeting at which national IZFA policy will be determined. General discussion slated is: The Zionist Dream And Israel Policy. The U of M chapter has been active for the past five years and received national prominence for its major project—a book drive for the Israel school system. Saal said here that the book drive for the new season will begin on the UM campus soon. Books collected are earmarked for the Hebrew University at Jerusalem and for Haifa's Technion. The local chapter meets on Sunday evenings, 8 p.m., at Beth David Synagogue. Workmen's Circle Party Isidore Cohen, of 820 Biscayne Street, will be chairman of a card party given by the Workmen's Circle and Women's Auxiliary, No. 692, an December 20th, 7 p.m., at 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Junior Bowlers at Beth David Meet Sundays New officers of the Junior Bowling League of Ihe Beth David Sunday School are Sandra Schreidell, president; Rickey Feldman, secretary; and Frank Kanitsky, treasurer. The league bowls on alternate Sunday afternoons. 1:30 p.m., at the Trail Bowling Alleys. PTA advisors for the Bowling League are B. Samess and Mrs. F. Winkleman. The league met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. M. Baum, 1735 SW 17th Court. Miami. To Nominate Officers Nomination of officers will take place during a meeting of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association on Monday evening. 8 p.m., at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Special Meeting Sunday The Men's Club of Zamora Jewish Center will hold a lox and bagel breakfast and special meeting on Sunday at the Center building. Go out to Sell or stay home to Buy Israel Independence Bonds on BTCDAY SUNDAY, DECTMBER 20 STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS Further information and prospectus may be obtained at American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel 1622 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH, PHONE 58-5561 This message mm** possible through the eeoeeretie* ef If* CIMMOSS



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I 1 1 1 J PAGE 10 A + lewl<&nr*-lr*M ""DAY, DECEMBER u Hershel Arrives Here; To Organize local Group For Sports in Israel Colonel Harry D. Henshel, chair-' man of the United States Committee for Sports in Israel, arrives! in Miami Beach Friday to help or-] ganize a Florida committee (or hgroup. Col. Henshel. vice president of the Bulova Watch Co., has ju-t been named chairman of the United States Olympic Basketball Committee. on which he has served for the last 2o yean. < il Henshel, co-chairman of the New York Olympic Committee for the 1952 games and a Jewish Wei Mazer to be Guest of Honor at Reception Monday; Israel Enterprise will be Feted Colonel Harry 0. fare Board representative to the A At. led the United States dele-, gation to the Fourth World Macca biah in Israel in September. 1953.1 iiwell ato the Third World Mac cabiah in 1950 Following the Sep-1 tember games, he spent a week in Germany visiting Jewish chaplains and troops as well as commanders in Berlin. Heidelberg. Munich, Nuremberg. Frankfurt and Wiesbaden. He served as Air Movements Officer on Gen. Omar Bradley "s staff during World War II. Col. Henshel's efforts for the United States Committee for Sports in Is rael are intended to aid the young Middle East republic obtain necessary sports equipment and trained physical education instructors so j that it can compete favorably with other nations in the world. i A loal committee will meet with Col. Henshel during the day at the newly-opened Sterling Hotel, where he is staying Col. Henshel will have charge of selecting a basketball team to represent the United Olympic Games in Melbourne. Australia in 1956 Joseph M Ma7er. American Jewish busir.. %  ud civic leader, will be guest of honor at a reception on Mnrrday night. December 21-t. at the Saxony Hotel < harle11 Fruchtman and Joseph M BoM %  :1! be hosts Hose iformer I hill HUH of the Greater Miami Israel Band campaign, and Fruchtman is a Toledo. Ohio, and .Miami Beach communal leader. The reception will coincide uih the official opening in Ur ie l Of the American Israeli Paper Mills. Ltd at Hadera. midway between Tel Aviv and Haifa. The plant, which will produce industrial and consumer paper products. was erected at a cost of S4.000.000 by Mazer in close cooperation with the Palestine Kconomir <\>rporation. largest American development and investment company in Israel. Israel will save at least $1,000000 annually in foreign exchange as a result of the paper mill's production. The mill has been con structed by a leading American engineering firm and has been described as the industrial showplace of Israel. Mazer is active in the United Jewish Appeal, and is chairman of the Board of the American Friends of the Hebrew University A direc tor of PEC, he recently returned from a special conference in Is rael with Prime Minister Ben Gurion. Accompanying Mazer here will be Dr Paul Rienbenfeld. Zionist leader in this country and a former leader in British Jewry He moved to Israel upon its establishment in 1948. and joined the law firm of Serlin and Elhanani in Tel Aviv Since July. 1953. Dr. Riebenfeld has been director of the Securities Department of the PEC He holds the same position in the newly organized Israel Enterprises. Inc. The new corporation. IEI. will accept State of Israel Bonds in partial or whole payment for shares of stock in it There are 18.800 shares of common stock in IEI. with a par value of $100. Is rael Bonds may be converted into the stock without additional investment of United States currency. Under special arrangements made with the Israeli government, stockholders of IEI will be permitted to receive dividends payable in American dollars to an extent not exceeding 10 per cent of the investment per annum. Befft fI Academy Launches Prc-Friday ivt Program Beth El Hebrew Academy will sponsor a weekly pre Friday eve ning radio program over station WMIK First in the series of programs is scheduled for December 18th To be known as. The Voice Of Tradition, the series will be heard from 4 to 4:30 p.m. •The program has been scheduled to reach every' Jewish home just bef 're the advent of the Sabbath." Hiibbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, spiritual leader of Beth El and Academy director, said here. "This will create the proper spiritual atmosphere for the ushering in of the Holy Day." Featured will b^liturgical selec ti"ns and a weekly sermon by Rabbi Swirsky His themes will deal, with the Portion of the Law and j with Jewish tradition From time to time," the Rabbi said, "there will also be readings from the Proph I els and the Psalms explained in modern terms and as the readings' apply to our age." JCRS Plans Party for Patients at Jackson The Greater Miami Auxiliary of ; the Jewish Consumptives' Relief %  Society will give a party for patients in the tubercular ward of t Jackson Memorial Hospital on December 25th. Mrs Maurey Poncher is chair; man. with Mrs. John. Lunin. cochairman. Hostesses will be Mes; dames Bernard Moss. Joe Richman. Herman Schoenfeld. Morris Goluskin. Pete Kaplan, Esther Ende and I Lee Steir. Raaai ihmtryohn Smlnkf trathHaven HOTEL On fat Ocean 411 OCEAN DtlVE l> Now Or-to Serve You for the Corn ng SeaMn Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM MODERATE RATES for Rctervat on Phone 5-4691 !j a Balkin Receives Award Gilbert J. Balkin was awarded the sholarship cup of the Phi Delta Phi. international legal fraternity at the University of Miami, on December 11th The award was for having attained the highest scholastic average in his graduating class at the University of Miami School of Law. Balkin. who is director of the Florida Regional Office. 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[Y, DECEMBER 18. 1953 Jmist> n-oridifun Named Chairman of Mount Sinai ee; Takes Post Fourth Straight Year Ithi' fourth consecutive year, L| .\. Wien, civic and busiftader, has been designated chairman of Mount Sinai |\ annual Jubilee, it was an1(1 this week by Max Orovitz, Lit of the hospital's" Board of X, once again, the "all-star %  will be staged at the Miami %  Municipal Auditorium. The It March 4th has been chosen nut Sinai's only fund raising of each year. crept ing the chairmanship, pvpiisscd gratitude at the confidence and intimated Jubilee goal would necese much higher than in forBves. "The hospital's deficit Li IS considerably greater Ter before. The increased [patient service, the greater I of free and part-free cases. baiue of our School for at Nursing, the tremendous [of the Out-Patient DepartLtl of these and the many tiergcncy and routine servfMount Sinai, require greatom the greater Miami area PAGE 11 A BYROADE SAYS HE MET WITH 'OLD FRIENDS' feel confident that the resiknd visitors will manifest j of our public service pro%  rongh cooperation in the [drive," Wien stated. trcar's "night of stars" rais,jximately $115,000. It was ngn its paces by TV headId newspaper columnist Ed "We have reason to beSullivan will again throw nendous drive and showbehind this year's Jubilee his leadership and the J efforts of many great en|r>. we hope to beat that figknowiedged as tops in one Iforts in fund raising." V expressed the Board's in the news that Wien fcepted a draft from the Trustees to serve as chairthe 1954 Jubilee. "When a thing done well, call'on man." he said. "Despite the of business, family b^e number of philanthropic that occupy Wien's-time, er willing to serve the comThe Board is unanimous in Sort. His previous record optimistic that this year's I be even more successful stated that he would anIthe names of his associates |near future. "At an early we shall determine our v'e hope to come up with ew ideas for enlisting the pity's support." Tear's Eve Dinner Vest Miami Jewish Center pterhood will hold a New eve dance and dinner, acto an announcement this Leonard A. Wien Israelite Center Schedules Adult Education Institute The Israelite Center is planning an Institute of Jewish Education for Adults, according to an announcement this week. The courses will begin on Thursday evening, January 7th. Scheduled are the following: Hebrew—to prepare the student for reading and prayer. 7:45 8:30. p.m.; Bible, Customs and Traditions—a study and commentary, with part of the session devoted to symbols and ceremonies, 8:25 9:15 p.m.; Elementary Yiddish— elementary reading, grammar and conversation, 9:20 10 p.m. Rabbi Mtrton Malavsky, spiritual leader of the Center, will be instructor. In charge of information are Mrs. Sam Sandier and Mrs. Ben Sirkus.


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JU^xuvKsU^EltoipidUiauFi MI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1953 SEC. B IAEL AFFIRMS FAITH IN UN DESPITE RECENTCEM5URE Rabbi April Named President Of Greater Miami Group Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of Beth Jacob Congregation, and Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, will relinquish their posts of president and secretary-treasurer of the Greater Miami RShbinical Association to new ly elected officers for the coming year. Rabbi Simon April, of the Miami Hebrew Congregation, and By ARTHUR LEWIS lewish Tlyrphic Agency (JITED NATIONS—Despite the i r and one-sided censure Is-.uffered at the hands of the Irity Council, the young JewState has not lost its faith hi Knited Nations: This was eirilized by David Ben-Gurion he addressed newspapermen he occasion of the sixth anniary of the partition, of PalesJ and the creation of the couh|n Tel Aviv; the retiring prime Lter urged that the power and %  prestige of this international nization be strengthened in teat interest of all the peoples he world. [eh is the magniloquence of Isan attitude in striking conto that of the Arab States; lean imagine the obiloquy they Id have heaped on the United Ions if they had been conned in a like manner. In fact, Arab representatives here, %  out any cause, have been atling this organization in the scurilous manner at every kmbly. jet, Israel would have been jusId in feeling harshly treated ihc Security Council for, aside the fact that there was no ftion of negotiations, and peace ned like an ugly word, there fan anti-Semitic tendency about I resolution it adopted. As the eli government statement combing on it said: The draft resolution of the assburg to Conduct IjCC Music Programs fobert Strassburg, local composend director, will conduct sevcommunity concerts and other kical programs for the Greater Imi Jewish Community Center konnection with the forthcoming ei vance of Jewish Music Month. |trassburg has directed commuconcerts of this type in the later Miami area during the past eral years. the Center is planning to devella choral group and to stimulate Brest among existing musical orkizations in the community for lumber of public presentations ring the period from January three powers makes a clear discrimination between the blood of one people and that of another. While censuring Israel for the Kibya affair, the powers by their silence condone in effect the murders committed by the armed forces of the Kingdom of Jordan, including those perpetrated by members of the Arab Legion both before the Kibya incident and since, until the present day." However, Israeli statesmen and politicians are sufficiently worldly wise to be able to distinguish between the wheat and the chaff, the goats and the sheep of international affairs. While deploring the Security Council action, they realize that it was largely due to the most sordid and short-sighted politics, the efforts of the United States, Great Britain and France to regain their influence among the Arabs. Mr. Ben-Gurion takes an even broader view. Of the Security Council's censure, he says, in so many words, that it is easy to find the negative aspect of any organization including the United Nations, and that we should not judge it on the basis of the present situation, on the basis of the present resolution, but on its great task of being the bastion for peace and justice throughout the world. It is not just a case of turning the other cheek, of being broadminded about the United Nations: it has a very practical value as far as Israel is concerned, for the organization keeps the state in touch with the Jews living in other parts of the world, only some of whom are free to live as Jews. Mr. BenGurion, in pointing this out, was referring, without saying so, to the Jews living in the Soviet Union and its satellites. This is a very important function of the United Nations as far as Israel is concerned, although only part of the benefit it provides the state. In emphasizing this, the retiring prime minister expressed the hope that, when the international situation is better, Jews who are now "isolated" will be free to live as Jews and to maintain contacts with Israel as well as their co-religionists in other communities. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of the North Shore Jewish Center. Installation ceremonies will be held at the home of Rabbi April on Thursday, December 24th, at the annual birthday dinner in honor of the Dean of Florida Rabbis, Dr. Jacob If. Kaplan, president emeritus. Announcement was made by the association for the second time that a Kaplan Scholarship in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan worth $100 will be presented to two worthy students to further their training in Jewish leadership at the graduation exercises of the Hebrew High School of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. "We could think of no more worthy gift to honor our beloved Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan^" said the Rabbinical Resolution statement, "than to enable two outstanding students to further their Jewish education for future American leadership in line with the devotion of Rabbi Kaplan whose 79th birthday will be celebrated by his colleagues in the Rabbinate of Florida. Kabbi Simon April President Dwight Eisenhower (second from left) receives the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith America's Democratic Leqacy Award from Henry Edward. Schultz, national ADL chairman, as Mrs. Eisenhower looks on. The silver medallion honors the President "for a life devoted to the furtherance of freedom." Presentation was made at the League's dinner in Washington, celebrating its 40th anniversary. Philip M. Klutznick, international B'nai B'rith president, was host at^he Committee Plant* Torah iMnvheon A committee meeting held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Sam Fuchs, 1444 Bay Point, discussed plans for the second joint Torah luncheon to be held March 25th at jthe Hotel Lido. Local conservative sisterhoods acting as co-hostesses will be Mii ami Beach Jewish Center, Beth David Synagogue, Zamora and I North Shore Jewish Center. Mrs. 'Henry Wernick, southeastern branch president, of Tampa, will present the program. The committee here is composed of the Mesdames Samuel Fuchs. chairman. Harold Shapiro, co-chairman, Miss Dobi Topkin. National Woman's League and the Mesdames Max Friedson. Leonard Wolfe, Frank A. Rose. Harry Lauffer and I Alexander Schloss. | Officers are Named Officers of the newly organized Public Relations Council of Miami Beach were installed at a luncheon in the Algiers Hotel last week. Installing officer was Hank Meyer, director of the Miami Beach News Bureau. Officers are Jack Ross, president; Ray Redman, vice president: Mori Fremon, secretary; and Bill Click, treasurer. Weinrich Heads Agudath Israel New president of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute is Harry Weinrich. Other officers include Louis Greenfield, Harry Kaplan, Louis Langwald, Irving Pietrack and Emerich Weisz, vice presidents; Hertz Weiss, treasurer; Isaac Hagen, financial secretary; and Max Mendelson. secretary. Directors are Mayor Harold Shapiro, Councilman Bernard A, Frank, Morris Babok, Max Cantor, Harry Cammer, Isidor Chaplik, Nathan Ginsburg. Emanuel Greenberg, David Rosner. Ben F. Silberstein, Philip Romer and David Whitman. Gabaim are Jacob Karzen. Solomon Emanuel and William Feigenbaum. JWV Post Being Formed Now forming is the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish War Veterans Post, according to an announcement this week by Max Goldstein, 51 To-To-Lo-Chee Drive. Mrs. Grossinger Is Honored Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Miami Beach hotel operator, was one of five women honored last week by the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. New York City. The others cited were Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, president of the United Nations General Assembly; Imogene Coca, television performer; Agnes DeMille, choreographer; Mrs. Lytle Hull, of music fame: and Mrs. Tobe C. Davis, fashion consultant. Mrs. Grossinger operates the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. In May. 1952. she was awarded a plaque for outstanding work in behalf of Yeshiva University, New York. ••kerf Strotikurg i\h to February 16th, which has ten designated as Jewish Music |onth. The celebration is sponsorby the National Jewish Welfare k>ard, with which GMJCC is affilIted. [Tryouts will be held Monday eht, December 21st, 8 p.m., for Jewish Festival Chorus at the pnter's Town Branch, 450 SW Bth Avenue. I'nder the leadership of Strassurg, interest in Jewish music will stimulated among the many roups sponsored by the Center all age levels, through lectures, foup singing and musical performnces. according to Emanuel Tropp. "IJCC director of activities. The Very Finest Frankfurters Corned Beef Bologna Pastrama BEEF, all BEER choice Formost 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami. Florida Kosher Sausage Phones 3-0721-2 -3-4225 Go.



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ya^'s^pS&S? PAGE 2 B, Society Will Make State Farm Survey Mrs. Farr Discusses Europe, Israel Tour A meeting Wednesday of Sister+Jewish ncrkSar fashion Show Planned At North Shore Center Agricultural The Jewish bility of opening office in Florida. Purpose of the office will be to study the possibility of Jewish farmers' settling here. 'While there are Jewish farmers in nearly t very branch of agriculture scatt red throughout th-tat\ the soc tty believes that great opportum ties for future de\ilopment a •' < ^pecialiy in poultry farming." the statement said. The society has designated Hernan J Irvine, manager, to make ihe Florida study. He will confer with federal, state and county agri | %  ultural authorities, social workers and money-lending agencies ; ;.nd inspect farm offers and visit with established farmers. The society has branch offices in New York. California. New Jersey i iind Connecticut and was founded .is an affiliate of the Baron de Hirsch Fund in 1900 In charge of information here is Mrs. Anna lirenner Mevers. Stairway To The Stars is Ihe luncheon and f.ishion thy" wtyc h New Hebrew Guide Issued for Tourist Socihood Temple Beth Sholom featumT W| „ ^ heU Uwr* s*H. *# •„ Ktar* is studying the A Vi-it To Far-Away Placs With Sisterhood at t NKW,^p§K— { Hebre' a branch Myra F'^rr MR. Farr. immediate past I'n-iilent of Sisterhood, has ju^t \CfJ Award to spoken ily at the is it Israel. wi ih.' North Shore'Jewmade its appearance flaaTnPjk un i-h Center i d*r 'he Dover Publications imprint Mr> Daniel Wagner is chairman, with the title. Say It In Hebrew. with MrEofffl S< hwarz co-chair: This book is part of a series of man Assi-tim: will InMrs. Jack: phrase books on all the spoken Klinger and Mrs Nat Stein I languages of the world. Clothes uill be thOWB by Berne According to Hay ward Cirker. Draa BaJoo. Knitwear will be by president of the firm, this is one Frederika. with Madam Cooper of the few publications which apritewtaf intimate apparel. Furare pioachethe Hebrew language by Adrian Thall. Beaded cashmainly as a means of spoken commeres will be by Ann Margolis. munication in everyday travel. He with beachwear by Ronnie Frock. pointed out that while there have Mrs Klsie Belsky is in charge of | been many books that teach Biblithe following models: ^Mesdames cal Hebrew, "there has never been Jack Klinger. Jay Neross, Gladys' an inexpensive pocket sized book. Schaaps. Becky Hirsh. Jules Slan-1 especially written for American -ky Selma Nankin. Roz Kirshberg. users, that provides the traveler William Greenside. Mae Munchick I and the student with phrases he 1 and Shirley Grodis. Models' hair [ will be designed by the Crown ; Beauty Salon. Mrs. Joseph Feldman will proi vide background music for the fashion show. Mrs. Melvin Altman is arrator. Agudath Israel Institute To Hold Groundbreaking Agudas Israel Hebrew Institute > returned from an extensive trip to w '" celebrate the groundbreaking i can use on the street, at the railroad or bus station, at the theater, at a restaurant or on a sightseeing tour." Say It In Hebrew contains over 1.000 phrases adjudged to be the most useful for the modern tourist by the editor. Aleexa Cert, and a three-man advisory panel. Phrases are given in English, in Hebrew and in a simplified phonetic spelling set up especially for American users. rwiji The Satans W0B ,. strata* game m V*** •* ship of u* ;r Ji*^J| Community u-mer B^T* Touch Football I ** S at Memorial FieW Th *** The deciding p| ay aM-_J mediately af-r he^K* 1 started the seen* Q "Noodnick" Ko.nic^'nedmanbeh.ndhisg.ffU two point6 "' unej The game ac lo elv the way with ,h, Kn£* mg back three Satan threats within the ten vardli,, bottUng up Satan star E Crew effectively Friedman man and Moss plaved a fm,, for the losers whiie Dave KM TankElkin and Gene Kolnirt, out for the winners. obbl loswoh L Backw*. 04* Michigan AVeaas Miami Beach Phono 5-3SHS NEW YORK The selection of Europe and Israel. She presented a "' l,s n, w buildln 8 *•" Program .. .. .of religious services and social actalk on^he experiences of her trip m tl( v 1)n S(jnday Jan(jary 17 n A special 80th birthday salute to at 3 p m. Mother" (amille Baum. Sisterhood Rabbi I-aac H. Ever, spiritual Board and life nenber, was also; leader, organized the synagogue featured on the program Mrs Sidtwo years ago. ney Schwartz iprogram chairman., The groundbreaking will take with MrBert S. Klee. Sisterhood place on the front lot of the prespre-ident. ent place of worship. Ernest R Breech. president of th :>any. to reef %  i Award executive vice Motor Com1953 BrotherNational Conference of Christianand .tewha' eon %  naoonced by Dr Kvcrett R •linchy. president of the conferi nee The presentation was made Mon ''ay at the fifth annual dinner of D_.„^_ ,^ c_ u w m %  > •. the automotive division of the eonBex ^ er to Speak Mrs. FlatdV is Hostess • tin Waldorf-Astoria Ho Z\i Berger, of the Bureau of JewMrs. Frances Flatov entertained Dr (linchy -aid He -aid i-h Education, will be gue-t speakat a bridge party in her home this ech had been chosen in recoger at the Adult Education Clan of week for the Child Rescue Fund. n of hicontinuing efforts the Hialeah Miami SpringJewish Proceeds will be turned over to toward the furtherance of under Community (enter on Monday evethe fund by Mrs. Minnie Wainer. landing and friendship among ning. December 21st Subject of his of the Pioneer Women's OrganizaIhoee who have different religious talk is scheduled as: The Jewish tion. Golda Myerson Club. fs Concepts Of Marriage. CHICKEN SOUPS ifxOOWVU flavorhl, sotisi \?oG^3M \ ^ doochi t ken mtisfyhj. m soups With Matioh Bolts •IE BAKERS Kreplach Noodles Do You Hove a Problem? Need advice about bunding a hout. becoming a citixtn. Homestead Exemption, or tratable of any nature? If ao. ft will a AUTOMATIC T0TALISAT0RS AT EVER* M U T U El WINOC Miami Office: 153 N.E. 29th St Phone 82-4731 WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hore D'oenmoe Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other dotails arranged for your formal and informal affaire PHONE 3-5463 NIOHT8. aONOAVe A HOLIDAYS ettS S^^CATERERS •tiN.w. /th at. off MiaiMlAva. I TRACK S 115th Street Between N.E 2nd and N.W. 7th ^ See Your Daily Newspapers For Direct Bus I*** Tt Toe Track ONI' fUTU" |n TRAC" INI I



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^AY. DECEMBER 18. 1953 *-J*lhfh)rkHnr) PAGE 3 B |A Calls for Volunteers ^'appeal for 2,000 volunteer Uprs to serve in the 1954 ComCd Jewish Appeal has been isIhis week to the Greater Mijewish community by camfen chairman Aaron Kanner. F.\t least 2.000 will be required lour general mobilization drive Iroach the many thousands of Jewish residents in the outlyI communities of Dade County," nncr stated in his communicato more than 20,000 families |he area. n a joint statement from Kan\ and Carl Weinkle, president of Greater Miami Jewish Federan attention is called to the fact the unprecedented swelling of Lulation in this area calls for Bslment of many new workers Ihe CJA ranks to effect proper Lrage during the fund drive. rhe Kanner-Weinkle appeal was Itained in a picture folder ened. The Inside Story Of Jewish Eds Around The World, and portis pictorially the varied services ended to needy Jewry through Combined Jewish Appeal. Em>si< is made of the fact that the nual drive is the one community jipaign designed to meet Jewish Us everywhere — in Israel, in herica and in our own coramu, of Greater Miami. ianner said that 'This is the Jture-story of our CJA dollars at >k. strengthening, building JewI life everywhere. But it is an finished story to which only you j supply the ending. We need Irkcrs to help us do the job. By ting only a few hours of your he you will save lives." [elta Phi Epsilon las Formal Dance Delta Phi Epsilon Saturday held first of its two annual formals, nounced Lynn Salter, social chairman of the '• sorority. The Mardi i Gras formal, named after the i Mardi Gras Ball >JRoom, was held i at the Hollywood ] Beach Hotel. The affair start[ed with a cocktail party at 7 p.m., followed by Mitt Solttr dinner, dancing |i


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PAGE 4B Men's Volleyball League Formed A men's volleyball league, consisting of teams from the various men's clubs of synagogues in the* Miami area, yu organized this t week by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by the Center's Town Branch Physical Education Committee chairman. Bernard WeksJaY. Representatives from the following synagogues attended the organizational meeting: Congregation Beth David. Coral Gables Jewisft Center. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and Monticello Park ( Congregation. The league marks the beginning: of a new type of service by GMJCC to the religious institutions in the | community. The league will be conducted Sunday mornings. 10 am., at the Center's Town Branch. 450 SW 16th Avenue Both an indoor and outdoor court will be used for league play. There will, also be locker, shower and steam room facilities available for the) participants. On Sunday morning, there will, be informal practice and instruction periods which will continue %  until Jkecgfcber 27th. when official jH^M >la > will begin Abraham KoeMpin. Center's physical •'hicatid* jBfccnisnr. will direct • !*afoe. u-fsentaOr. of the rr.. club* mfio participated in the firM Hag were M..X Jacob—a. Levfce Bandel. Betl^lfld: Al Garblick. Merman Isaacs Coral Gables Jewisb • Joseph Rutan^ky. Ed Becker. Miami Hebrew School and relation: and Ed Alter. Mooticeilo Park TO ALL GREETINGS M*A SALLE nOTEL •29 N.W. 21st STREET %  %  ..... ^ Jones Miami Beach Express Co^ MILO W. BENNETT. Operator & Own., 1826 West Are. .,. Phone W707 ""^B^l To AU Greetings "Hove a heart." were the words of wisdom said by Dorothy Brown. Joe Goodman and Shirley Bach a% they prepared lor the first annual minstrel show of the Pythian Sisters of Roosevelt Temple No. 33 in behalf of the Heart Association. Pythian Sisters Slate Minstrel The fir^t annual minstrel show of the Pythian Sisters of Roosevelt Temple No 33 took place on Saturday evening at the Ada Mernt Junior High School. 66X1 SW 3rd Street. Miami. The four year-old temple, which reportedly boasts the largest membership in the State of Flordia. has over 300 members The show inaugurated the first in a series of pro j e ct s by the P\thlan Sisterthroughout the State of Florida in behalf of the Heart Al nation. The Grand Temple. Pythian Sisters f„r the State of Florida, has Mont Sinai Hospitals Sch.-.I of designated the Heart Fund as its Practical Nursing was cited last particular charity of the year and week aits executive director na<; remitted e\ery Pythian TernSamuel Gertner. won a threevear' ?' *\ '" F,ond '' make me ef fort to support this project. Included in the cast of the minis trel show directed by Joseph Goodman, were Dorothy Brown. Sa Iy Hollander. Shirley Braun. Bess Silversteta, Edith Grossman. Shir1. Bach Belle Miller. Eunice Bra-s. Leah Bra-* Martha Krantz. Benha Goodman. Pauline HaODOaS, d Kole Belle Raskin. Sylvia Levine, Beaulah Cypress, Shirley Lounge to Open Official opening of the unique Top o' the Columbus Sky Room Restaurant and Star Gazers' Lounge is scheduled for Saturday. December 19th. it was announced here by S. A. Lynch. Jr., president of the Columbus Hotel. Seventeen floors up. the new restaurant and lounge promise to be one of the souths most unusual and lavish rooms. Lynch said. The entire seventeenth floor of the Columbus Hotel was rebuilt with the exception of the supporting pillars. MEAT CO^ j>( WHOLESALE HOME FREEZF 2122 N. W. 7th Art. To Our Patrons and Friends A Most Happy Holiday Crane Tile Company EXPERT WORKMANSHIP 3493 N.W. 7th Street Ph M| GREETINGS I 'oral (tables Pottery Shop "Red Wood Patio Furniture 2331 Coral Way Phone 4MJg| Mount Sinai Hospital is Praised by Blue Cross tint, won a three-year term on the Board of Directors of Blue Cross of Florida. Praise came from H A Schrod Of Jacksonville, secretary' and utive director of the state orr. who stated that .Mount d has a good teaching bospita] with interneships and rest by the \mencan Thick.. Rich... Satisfying... and so deliriously smooth! lUon and the AmirLevin. Florence Rostoe, Ceil Fisrilcar. ,n> %  r. Fred Sandier. AlJos e p h Goodman, Selma Greenberg, Bill Schuyler. Buddy Bill \i\en and Gail 1 Pianist uas Stella Stern, and the Dterlocator was Alexander Rub ler Most excellent chief of the Temple is Dorothy Broun IfjiiUST BROS K Yl Jr"tr>''Bfcvrt 7i Greetings To All Philpott Construction Company 9901 EAST BROADVIEW DRIVE BAY HARBOR ISLAND Phone 86-2254 niici Refrigeration & Marine Service, Inc. ft New fihirt ft r*r Air CttiitUmtr CSll 12 I0M % %  Miuu mi riiru i" DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Para "iflm Guaranteed Non Fattening Vm U MUMUUrHMHtoMrtiM &f -Ox. Size Bottle..Only 75c AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHAN'UKA IHN \Y\ IBAR :...d RKSTAIRAXT MIAMI'S 23 N.E. 1st AVENUE FINEST (Downtown) MIAMI Milgrim, Inc. Womvn'n Apparel 738 LINCOLN ROAD p H ONE 5-3429 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS McCANN PLUMBING CO. PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTORS Howard G. McCann. Owner 330 N.W. 71st STREET PHONE 8H SERVICE QUALITY GOOD WUl "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributors Libber. Owens. 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)AY, DECEMBER 18, 1953 Jfilled Dreams Mark Naturalization arings for 500 at Local Federal Court Llfillt'd dreams marked Miami's Xpt naturalization hearings in feral Court, when 500 foreignpersons representing 47 naIit,.s officially became new ['ens of theUnited States. E -olernn ceremonies were pre>,l over by Federal Judge John Holland. Judge Holland and his etary. Miss Florence Price, re been associated with citizenprograms for some 20 years. „terest of the entire community Greater Miami's new citizens s spotlighted by the first-time isence. in an official capacity, of large women's groups, the e County Federation of Woml'lub and .the National Coun>of Jewish Women. presenting tta* Sroup. were Samuel J.. Bobbitt. citisenahip rman for the Dade County Fedition. and Mrs. Sid Lewk. eve'rrhairman of aervice to the for.born. Miami sectien. National jncil of Jewish Women. ,'hey had been invited to particiie by E. Albert Pallot, director of izenship training for the Harvey Seeds Post of the American Lein. ,'ith Mrs. Lewis were Mrs. Elry me. Mrs. Donald Rubin, Mrs. ben Rochkind. Mrs. Charles R. lobson, Mrs. Samuel Gertman Miss Minnie Feinberg. They led pledge ef allegiance to the flag distributed citizenship bookpublished by the Immigration Naturalization Service of the ip.irtment of Justice. i) prominent in the four-day ( %  monies were addresses of welne by Gilbert J. Balkin. Henry Halarn, Dr. Jacob H. Cunning|ni and Father F. J. Finnegan. In rge of arrangements was Pallot, (I spoke on opening day. +JelstncrtdBari PAGE SB' Highlight of the Jewish Home for the Aged victory dinner climaxing their Building Fund Campaign is the Chanuka candlelighting ceremony shown above with Home residents as participants. Shown left to right are Isaac Yourkawitz, Solomon Gross, Mrs. Bessie Mott, Mrs. Yetta Kardan, Mrs. Sidonie Ghick, Mrs. Selma Bleiberg. Mrs. Esther Kaplan and David Jacobs. The affair at the Shdbome Hotel, Sunday evening, surpassed the $200,000 goal. Present at Miami's naturalization hearings was Mrs. Samuel Gertman (right) as she watched Mr. and Mrs. Max Nuchomovic (left) become new citizens of this country. Mrs. Gertman met the young couple when they ^ first arrived here from Czechoslovakia. Mr. Nuchomovic is a bookkeeper with the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. His wife works with the B'nai B'rith youth organization. They make their home at 1555 SW 6th Street. '*! \k %  it. new county-wide program of citizenship training will be %  directed by a special committee for the Harvey W. Seeds Post Ef the American Legion. Seated (center) is citizenship director E. Albert Pallot. Standing are (left to right) Helen Alpert, Joseph A. Boyd, Department Commander of the American Legion, %  Adjutant Jerry Ganz. Mrs. W. L. Learning, president of the fWomen's Auxiliary, Harvey W. Seeds Post. Post Commander iThomas Q. Sharpe and Legionnaire Henry J. Halam. The yearIxound program will include all new young voters, as well as Inew citizens in this area. A touching scene from Where's Charley A"nUecom^y hit which will bow out at the Casablcrnca Hole *£**£ Left to right are Barbara Sohmers. Nick Ryder. Irv West in he leading role and Nemi Frost. Sam Hirsch. P^"** !" Casablanca Players, is currently at work on a sene, o famous musicals which will inaugurate the winter season at the Mor occo Room of the ocean front hotel. Where s Charley s Aunt will play through Sunday evening. No-Salt Tasteas is New Manischewitz Snack-Time Product Three generations and more of leadership in matzo baking and the creation of fine kosher foods, traditional Manischewitz devotion to quality and years of patient experimenting add up to a completely new idea in good eating—No-Salt Tasteas, the bite-size Manischewitz matzo cracker for snack time. Tasteas matzo crackers have no salt, but they have a wonderful new flavor that's an adventure in taste, a flaky, crusty tenderness never before achieved. Their wholesome, energy-rich quality and unusual flavor make Tasteas matzo crackers the ideal school-lunch and after-school snack for active, growing youngsters. And for the more sophisticated members of the family, No-Salt Tasteas come as an exciting new taste experience served with beverages, drinks and juices, with a variety of favorite spreads and as a thoroughly different, taste-teasing base for hors d'oeuvres. Of particular importance to many people is the fact that TasFun Fair Makes Bow on Causeway Something new and undoubtedly novel makes its bow and bid for popularity in Greater Miami within the next few weeks. Called the Fun Fair, it is a heavily financed pilot operation of a large corporation which chose Treasure Isle as location for its initial venture into a national chain of amusement areas dedicated to fun for adults and youngsters. A variety of attractions that embrace golf, captive fishing and archery will vie for the participant's patronage within its 90.000 square feet, with a unique snack and sandwich bar to appease the player's and spectator's appetite. Fun Fair will be situated on the north side of the 79th Street Causeway and extend 200 feet into Biscayne Bay. Its street address is 1620 on the Causeway. A free hand in the planning and layout has been given local architect Leon ard Glasser. who has introduced a Disney-like quality to the fantastic and varied attractions. The largest sheet of fiberglass ever made in a single strip will cover the roof of a unique, selfservice type restaurant, where snacks, hot and cold relishes and other appetizing teasers will be served. A six-foot-long relish counter, with a dozen hot and cold mixtures of tasty condiments, will probably become one of the great attractions in the area. In addition to the unique Free Relish Bar, there will be a Make Your-Own Sundae counter. The customer gets the scoop of ice cream and then mixes his own ingredients for the final result he desires. Miami Fun Fair. Inc.. is the operating company with Bert Lane, largest manufacturer of coin-operated kiddie rides, as president. Bernard Firestone, well known restauranteur, is treasurer. teas matzo crackers are baked with no salt added, making the Manischewitz product an especially welcome addition to salt-free diets. size for convenience in packaging. No-Salt Tasteas divide into rrine bite-size crackers, giving a full Baked in the traditional large I ninety crackers to the package. &**£*! SJUNEfl 'DAIRJ HEALTH EGG5 BE5T -, BUTTER z %  A ff FOR EVERY bLAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE v* WINDOW CLASS mrnltura Top.. 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PAGE 6 B JTUDAY. GLOBAL SHORTS Food Louis Fair Store*. Fair Advances Official to wT' Stein, president of Pood, nent could ooh k "t Inc. this week an 40 Jewfsh "Illegal" Retamees Mosae Oayaa a Homed Leave Genaaay far Brazil 1ST oel Anay Caaaaaaaar HAMBURG (JTA, — Forty ex1 JERUSALEM 'JTA) — A younf. DP %  who left Israel within the l sabra who distinguished himself as pa-t few months and cane to Cer-, a scoU for British forces in World many, boarded a vessel for Brazil. War II"s Syrian campaign, was Trick Pays Off far Nazis Who Usee* False under HIAS auspice* They belonged tc the croup of 150 Jewish "returnees" whose male' members were arrested in the recent German police raid on Munich's main Orthodox DP synacvgue and were sentenced to brief jail terms for illegal entry HIAS hopes to arratge for the emigratioa of similar groups to South America in Deceit ber and January named this week as Chief of Staff of Israel's Army of Defense. The Cabinet approved designation of Brigadier Moshe Dayan. to succeed General Mordecai Makleff. who re BONN (WNS) — Nans who assumed false nasass to escape Allied authorities will be able to shed I their clonk of concealment with ira j punity if a bill passed by the West. German Cabinet is approved by Parliament. Inder the bill, those S. Schwartz as director of public relations for the chain. Schwartz will also continue to carry an his present Oetiii an director of industrial relations' for Food Fair*, according to the announcement. Stein added: The record of Food Fair, according to the an wmu ouxc mm*, .— win •-j possible thr-, ~' ** nounced the appointment of Jules "t" >oti •"" %  ding thuBi.r •^•^bemiTL?*' *ry and vitaL' Sctrwam has ben, iodu^triAl rmuoB, "' •ctivrtse, for Food P* ** < ^PX M^JJ signed the post capping a career "* "*<>f*l J*toe names during. that began when as a lad in his teens. Dayan served in the defense of his settlement %  a member of the underground Hag ana h Israel Government Dtscvsses Buying Palestine Electric Co. Radio Pnone to link Ben Car ion Retreat to Capital ~the late Nazi era and the early postwar period" so as to avoid I prosecution, would be permitted to law me theirold names without t punishment if they reveal their, true idenuty by July 1. 1954 —"JSxzrjSLrssz"* COULTON BROS. GARAGE W ** e """" t Bow, lUpBir, M p, w TEL AVIV (JTA) — Da* id Ben SALEM 'JTA. The IvGunoc. laying down the sword to ra*-: Cabinet held an extraordinary >e* c ion this week devoted entirely to tie question of whether the govemaatwa) should purchase the Pa!• • %  • %  Electric Corporation The I was deferred The Cabihad previously discussed the Ctez at several sessions and fail %  ooaoc to an agreement on the of the purchase take up the ploughshare, does not intend to cut himself off entirely from affairs of state when he re tires to a modest home in Sdefa Boker. in the Negev. it was reveal ed this week. The cottage to which he will retire is being provided with radio-telephone equipment capable of reaching any part of the JewL'h State, newsmen who visited the settlement discovered Cement Oeer Anti-Semrtrsin Decliaiag Aatong US Jews SEW YoRK JTA — Concern anti-Semrtim a* an incentive f r rartxipatsM m Jei>h affairs iecn reknjated t< a minority n ;r. this country according I ..Mswej conducted by the Cr.it SvnagofDC of America The conducted in cooperation with th. \pplied Social 1 ni %  r • teaden in the Cnited States Canada beliese that th* ,>r.a > the center of Jewish life State Department ia Talks With Council Far Jaa a i sa i WASHINGTON WNSi — Top leaders of the American Council for Judaism conferred this week with Henry A Byroade. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, at a secret luncheon at | the Carlton Hotel Both Byroade and representatives of the Counci refused to divulge the nature of I the talks Byroade said he mere I > I met a couple of old friends. Lev %  sing J. RosenwaM. president of th< Council, said there was "nothing for publication about the meeting German Catholics Reach Agr e ements with Israel OOtOGNE JTA. An agree tannrrrtinir IWt w.itL ment on the disposition of German i wvnii neparrjTions roci WITH Catholic property in Israel was reached this week in Basle. Switi erland between representatives of the Government of Israel and the Roman Catholic \rchiepiscopal See of Cologne, it was learned here When Israel confiscated all German property in the country three >ears ago real estate held in the name of the Cologne See was also affected More than a year ago.. Israel agreed, in a companion pact •he prime mot nation for their! to the German reparations agree i n congregational af Ask State Body to Check On Hotel Discrimination I HAVEN JTA Th I on I •has been asked to aw* gate poK-ial and reli %. disvrtasiaatsM b| five i necticut resort hotelwhich language chu'che 1 near New York I letter te-t led by the Anti Defam. I>i.-e here cor. I two leteach advertiser one -i^ned v • K a non-Jewish name and one a definitely Jewish naa.e. a->lc i reawnataMU was submitted I ment. to pay adequate compt-n-j tioo tor such church property Archbishop in Argentina Regrets Anti-Jewish Attack BUENOS AIRES JTAi — The Archbishop of Cordoba has informed the Jewish community that he regrets a public attack on Jew 5 by a Catholic priest and will take res to guard against repeti tion of such attacks, it was reveal ed here In October, the DAIA. central representative organisation of Argentine Jewry protested to the Archbi-hop against statements <•; i haven %  pri nt referring to Judaism aa cancer on Israel Denounced by Reds BERLIN (ITAJ — The East Ger-; man Government will not recog J nue the completely unjustified j Luxembourg reparations agreeJ ment between the West German Federal Republic and Israel, art cording to an official spokesman at a press conference held in East [ Berlin in connection with the note j addressed to Bonn last week by Walter llbricht. who is the Com munut Party leader and Deputy J Minister President of East Germany m (Complete and foependatte JiJle Sem M IAMI TITLC & Qktract Co. 25 TEARS OF TITLE SERVICE Of DADE COOim ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSI TrMt kweroasa PaJkies .( lease* Osy Twit arwrnntt C. 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bAY. DECEMBER 18, 1953 "Jen Ist fkriUtr Bethune to be Principal Speaker Daytona Young Judaea Conclave Mary McLeod Bethune. PresiKmeritus, Bethune-Cookman fge, Daytona Beach, Florida, [be one of the principal speaklat the seventh annual winter Gave of Southern Senior Juto take place December 25th (ugh 29th at Daytona Beach. leaking on, Making Democracy Dr. Bethune will deliver her tess Saturday afternoon, 3 p.m., (he Princess Issena Inn. Her I will be followed by a workshop lussion of Judaea's American Mrs program in which the exled 125 teen age delegates will part in groups of 15 members fiolher educator on the fourprogram will be Louis SchIzman, of Miami, executive difor Greater Miami Bureau of |i.sh Education, who will lead a shop on Jewish education and thallenge to the American Jewfcommunity. ro other educators taking part he conclave as creative workconsultant and advisors are ti Perl and Rafi Adler, both of pi. Peri, of Jerusalem, is now gcd in Zionist Youth work in South by the American and ie, Flamingo Chapters |d Joint Local Bazaar bazaar given by the Dade and ingo Chapters of the National pita Phi Epsilon last week held Idrcn's Cardiac Hospital openvilh a kickoff dinner on Satat the Hibiscus Lodge. Bazaar continued through lay night, when a Dutch supwill be served. %  any attractive articles filled Tie" booths, consisting of jewelItoy|I'N' and men's wear, linens, sehold goods and appliances, goods, needlework, jams and |es and various games, jnds raised by Dade and Flapgo Chapters are for children the Cardiac Hospital and the [-Patient Clinic. thairmen of Dade Chapter are \ Mcsdames Charles Raab, Clemine Kemp and Gertrude Lachs. fcirmen of the Flamingo Chapter the Mesdames Herbert RothIn. Harry Reckson and Aaron Liken. (residents are Mrs. Leonard dnd Mrs. Irving Raap. Southern Zionist Youth Commissions, sponsors of the Young Judaea program. The Youth Commissions are an educational youth agency of Hadassah and the Zionist Organization of America. Adler, on a Southern tour from December 23rd to January 12th, through Jacksonville, Day tona Beach, Greater Miami and Atlanta, is director of the music section of the Jewish Agency for Palestine's Youth Department. He is an authority on Israeli and Jewish music and his visit South is to interpret and explain the music to the American Jewish Community. Among other leaders expected are Miss Hinda Bricklin, Miami Beach, former director of the Philadelphia Zionist Youth Commission; Miss Elly Goodman, Miami Beach, chairman, Southern Leaders' Association} and Miss Miriam Scheinberg, Greater Miami city director. W Uallvri, Han Htumult Show Opening on Saturday at the Lowe Gallery was a large retrospective exhibition of Rouault's work, an important collection of masks and 24 painting of clowns. The members' preview was held on Friday. The Rouault exhibition features 75 prints in color and in black and white from the large retrospective exhibition of his work which was shown during 'he early part of 1953 at the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art. This was the second largest Rouault exhibition in seven years to be held in New York and the only time the museum has devoted a second full-scale exhibition to the Miss Seefried Heard With UM Orchestra Miss Irmgard Seefried, soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Association, was soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday and Monday evenings at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. John Bitter conducted the orchestra in a program including the Hebrides Overture, by Felix Mendelssohn, Variations on a Theme of Haydn, by Johnannes Brahms, and the Rosenkavalier Suite, by Richard Strauss. Miss Seefried was heard in two works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — L'Amero, II re Pastore, K208, and Non temer amato bene from Idomeneo, K490. 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asr-i-seaSHs PAGE 8 B Fashions Theme Of AEPhi Holiday jncheon on 26th .jrical fashions will be the |th|pM of the ninth annual holulav •luncheon of tnV Greater Miami Chapter, Alpha EpeUon Phi Alum nae Association. The event will take place at 12 noon "n Saturday. December Mta, in tan Hotei acconiins tS Mr-Burton EnpeK dean the owtiUBo of .Kami Im party rHx< anil be fc? AJkraw OncaaK and t aaafwar .i mil fee *?w a? J Rue: Piiiaw.Mii f the A. U1 gjfgyiifctag FRIDAY. Elkin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abraham L Elkin, formerly of 3773 SW 29th Street, will take place Sunday IXcember 20th. 12 MHO M the Miami Beach Knights ot Pythian* Plot on HI Sinai Cemetery with Rabat Si mnn April officiating Mr Klkin i< su r v i val by hi> wife Sarah and two tasks, Jack and Perry both at \li tw brolfur-. Sidjie\ of Miami Beach and Max aj Bn-oklyn. N V also three MUT. Mrs. Fannie WalowiU and Mrv Normj Sptndel of Brooklyn and Mrs Rose L*eof Bronx. N Y also two Arrangements are of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend wUl be %  tk.uiui at Greeting roe*- w be Mrs. Jess Spirer. Mrs Leeuse A) pert and Mrs Samuel Etrnofi Mr* Jean C Lehman will deliver the invocation In charge of decorations is Mrs Lehman, assisted by Mrs Leonard Jacobson. Mrs Julian Newbauer and Miss Clemence Levy Handling invitationiMrs Bur ton Goldstein Mrs Marvin Zank •ad Mrs Sidney I,ewi are taking charge of the booklet Becker Named President Edward Becker was named preai-' dental a Men's Ctub election of rfcewlMi Hi ait ii School and ConOther officers named are Sam, Cohen vice president: Jack Stone.' treasurer: and Paul Sihrerston. secretary BZB Card Party BZB Chapter of B'nai Brith Girls will hold a card party on Wednesday. December 23rd. ?: p m at the Republican Club. 1*47 \\ e >t FlagTer Street. Six presidents of important Jewish agenda* wove among the community lead. !" guests at a Mceprkm qwmx her* by Mr. and Mm. Stanky C Myers. Shown Qaftl Abe Kuxman. pmadekane of Jewish Home for the Ao-d; Carl Wemkle. tseaiaWMflL; ^JV** l J!S? m kK Z Mn Nathaniel ***P-iW of the Miami Division Na2 cil of Tewinh Women: Myeen. premdent of the Greater Miami Jewish Community<2S Myem, president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau; and Max Orovitz, Dr^uwT? Sinai Hospital. r"iuni ng plans fat the r.:r.:r. annual holiday luncheon of the Greater Miami Chapter Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Associate M 6 ^^^'^ to aht Mrs Burton Engels. dean, and Morris S. Bark, publicity chairman. Seated deft to right) an Mrs^ Jean C. Lehman, decorations chairman, and Mrs --.%  •oia btone. luncheon chairman. V1 S5 'I S0 E S IWHEN YOU CALL .151133 Van lined 11 oiiin • %  Oit v in linn Lstfe'ti l t Oiilaatt ft Dic-ti B,. M.,,r> SHOIT 01 lOHC-TCIM iTOHGE AVAILABLE IN OKI TWO. 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Morris Priedland and David darling. 1171 71-' Mr,. • 'The three poultry markets that | carry the keeker -ajtsbol on every' chicken slao^htertd for the Vaad %  >rSam Elglsoh. 3?0 Collins Avenue: Lapof and C.uttman. 325 Col Una Avenue, Miami Beach: and H> man Rlgjantl, 147 NW 5th Street. Miami.' the statement concluded. 1 Officers and a Board of Directon ,,r. MertJ Wekfl chairman. .la cob Kar/en. tna-urtr. and Emorich Wests, aatretary. Rabbi Isaac H Ever, spiritual leader of Agudath I Hebrew Institute, is executive director. Honig Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. former spiritual 1 leader of Temple Sinai of Holly1 wood. Fla will take place Sunday. December 27th. at 2i30 p.m. at Mt Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbis Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congregation and David Shapiro of Temple Sinai Congretion of Hollywood. Fla.. officiating Rabbi Honig is survived by Ui wife Bernice E.. two sons. Barry H. and Daniel I; also two brothers. Nat Honig of New York and Dr Emanuel Honig of Topcka. Kansas, and three sisters. Mrs. Pearl Hous man. Mrs Bert Schiller and Mrs Blossom Shilton. all of New York. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. S. .§. Freed A31. Rophnn HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT* Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Su. Hsbrww RaltasoiM SupptU* For Byn a ajog u aa and F rt t aa a Uan. Aio tor Hehrsw Israel Certificates Abelson Unveiling The dedication of a „ to the memon of the la>| min Abelson. formerly of q 10th Street, will take placet December 20th 4 p.m. ataj Cemetery with Rabbi Mai! ;officiatinc Mr Abelson BI, i by his wife Rose his motkrl la son Hilhard of Buffalo,I [daughter. MrSamuel^ Miami, also four -.sters.Ma| Neff, Mrs Lilliaa Odian,! Violet Gelb and Mn Schneider, al! of Miami and) grandchildren ArrangfiDakj ; in charue ol PalmeTiMaal 1 ment Compan> Friends all I tives ar. attend. 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MY. DECLMBH* 18, 1953 indeis University Receives Half lion Grant from Hayden Foundation -Jmtsti fhrHiar PAGE 9 B ALTHAM.—Six-year-old Bran %  University last week received | nf a half-million dollars from "harles Hayden Foundation, %  gift is the largest single gift L history of American Jewish Inthropy from a non-Jewish ke and the largest individual |n the university's history. contribution, according to J. krd Hayden, of Lexington, MasLsetts, president of the HayjFoundation, will go towards ^instruction of a million-dollar Ice bailding on the university's |cre campus. gift is in keeping with the rn of philanthropy set up by %  I.iyden Foundation, in which Lit the total is provided by Foundation, with the provision [the recipient furnish the raider. Jnouncement of the gift was %  before nearly 1,000 attendees le fifth annual dinner of the In Chapter of the Brandeis As|tcat the Hotel Statler. gift was announced by Dr. fen L. Sachar, president of Jeis University, reading from ier written by J. Willard HayIwhich said: [feel it is especially approprilo send you this information \g the Thanksgiving period. Bwe watch developments in parts of the world it is ght home to us more clearly (fortunate we are to live in a where brotherhood is not a )rving phrase, where the great can live side by side in t. where the gifts of one group [strengthen the opportunities ervice of all the others, where Ition is not mere propaganda kn instrument for freedom and live living. Iy Trustees and I feel that BranP'niversity, as a great non-secJewish-sponsored school. IS TIME FOR Si* 1 niL Tarn Tarn THE PERFECT CRACKER 'i~v will, mack or luncheon — am I im'j loft (or crunchjr muiKtiin'l i ihr iim, ilu> IrKntl a mack ntr had u* the perfect tastc-maie to all your noriit beverage*, jukes and tpreadal <0 Ml SymnW H t—t *—mf W STIICIIST KAMMUTH A WHUI QUAIITYI Listen To SCHACHTER'S few Yiddish Program S"*ay, WMSM, 12 1. 2 p.m. | P'oiirom if Mi* first Md bat Ik largest IbtMtef -ttlMI rtl ttM j.wkh H..lnaa.l.*r JRMAN R. LYONS. New. SHOSHANA SrtCTOt will use our gift in this spirit, to enrich the positive values of the faiths and the creeds and the races which make up the American heritage. We want the work on this new science facility to start as soon as possible, and we look forward to its early completion." Principal speakers at the dinner were Dr. Nils Y. Wessell, president of Tufts College; George Alpert, chairman of the Brandeis Board of Trustees; and Dr. Sachar. Sidney L. Kaye, of Brookline, was chairman. Prior to the acceptance of the gift of $800,000, the largest single benefactor of Brandeis University had been Israel Rogosin, New York industrialist and philanthropist, who contributed $225,000. With a bow to Dr. Wessell, who recently announced that a milliondollar gift had been contributed to Tufts by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Posner, of Medford. Massachusetts, Dr. Sachar declared: "The future of higher education in America is secure so long as instances like this are possible. Here in Boston, within a week, Tufts, founded in the Universalist Christian tradition, receives a tremendous gift from a Jewish source, and Brandeis receives this princely benefaction from a non-Jewish source. This truly represents the essence of Americanism, with the gifts of one faith fortfying the philanthropic ventures of other faith, to the benefit of all. "For Brandeis University, this gift means that we truly have come of age. This linking of one of the proudest names in American philanthropy with that of Brandeis University represents a very gratifying note of confidence in the security and the integrity of the University," he declared. Now in its sixth academic year, Brandeis University was established in 1948 as the first Jewishfounded nonsectarian institution of higher learning in the Western Hemisphere. Its student body of 867 includes young men and women from 31 states and eight foreign nations. This fall, the University opened the first of its graduate schools, a Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. The proposed new science building made possible by the Hayden Foundation gift will increase the areas of graduate instruction to be offered in this School. Brandeis this week received acBaron de Hirsch Meyer (center), a former CJA campaign chairman, and William D. Singer (right), a past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, stand by to offer their aid and experience in the 1954 drive. At left is Aaron M. Kanner, 1954 campaign chairman, shown at a recent informal meeting of the three community leaders. creditation from the New England | official body was made at the earliAssociation of Colleges and Secon-1 est possible time in accordance dary Schools. The election of the with regulations, after the graduauniver sit y to membership in t he I tion of the second senior class AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "iestants" ... just as quick but testes so superior! This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just edd hot water ... and instantly the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! 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W, DECEMBER 18, 1953 *JeJStn r rMl^n ;h Center Men's Lists Program % ugh '54 Season L Irving Cypen, president of |„ s Club of the Miami Beach ( enter, announces in conI,II with Al Ossip, program fan, Hit' following meetings Twill take place during the h season. Way evening, December 28th, designated as an evening %  Rabbi, when those attendIll listen to a "behind-thetalk by Rabbi Irving Lehrniany phases of his pastorMusical selections will be by Cantor Philip Brummer. [programs scheduled are: day, January 25th, social and i Monday, February 22nd, InNight; Sunday, March 21st, [Masquerade; Monday, March lominating Committee report cial; Monday, April 26th, lium by three members of |Club followed by elections fcial; Friday, May 28th, servlicated to the Men's Club; \, May 30th, Installation I'm londay. June 28th, Father \M Night. G o 1 d b e r g membership an, is now formulating Iwiih his committee for a Jrship drive. ~LEGAL NOTICE^ riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •V. IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt ilgned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of riiK ISLE IIEACTY SALON, |St Causeway, Miami. Intends Bald name with the Clerk Circuit Court of Dade County, BERTHA lil'RMESTEK %  •25 — 1/1 FlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW _k! IS 1IERK1IY GIVEN that —a^ri'sinncd. desiring to engage In ah r the fli-tltlouH name of PRVIf'K ci.IMC, at 39 lleacom Miami, Florida, Intend! pi id lUtnM with the Clerk Circuit Court of Dade County, ILIA GOLDMAN. Solo Owner v: t I i I s flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fK •+*> Ml AtKH*OP/EN that ersnrned, desiring to engage In inder the fictitious name of (SUPER HTATION. at 12300 Blvd., Miami, Intends to 1 y* a*mwith the flTJerlc of (cult Court of Dane County, l %  d vicTO*iXA IN AND FOR DADE |Y IN CHANCERY, No. 164678 III.I.KK, Plaintiff. II. MILLER, Defendant. ISUIT FOR DIVORCE l-VI Kl. MILLER. If. Solomon, |-2.'iA 69th Avenue. _v -1• I• -. I...rin Island, New York BAMUEL MILLER, ate h. -r. ed that %  Hill of Comiilalnt • has heen filed against kl yon are required to serve a V'Ur Answer' oi Pleading to of Comiilalnt on the iilalntItorney, PRANK COHN, One It'l Bldg., .Miami Men. h If, 'nil file the original Answer ng in the office of the Clerk "'•uit Court on or before the of January, 19.',4. If von fail >. Judgment by default will be Utaln-l you for the relief dein th 0 Hill of Complaint. lot lee -.hall be published oi ik for four consecutive weeks %  IEWI8H FLORIDIAN. AMi OHHKHKH at Miami, tins 7th day of December, E, It. l.EATHERMAN, Clerk, rirrult Court, Made County, Florida By H. H. RICE, JR. in Scan Deputy Clerk COHN Bteoln B^Bids. pi'ach 39. Florida 1> ror Plaintiff — l'l LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B •• [ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I NAME LAW |CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  ersiKned. desiring to engage In f under the fictitious name of III'S, at 1800 N W 7th Ave %  0 register said name with the % f the Circuit Court of liade Florida. ERIC MANVII.LE _.„ FRWIN It. ELLER |l'.n s. FAUNCE for Applicants %  igress Hidg. i i-s — flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS I NAME LAW V IIS HEREBY GIVEN that |rr signed desiring '" engage in .under th' fiititiouname at OlrTWARB. al mil (la •Miami Beach, Intend to reg|M name with th,' Clerk of the ouri of i i.ui.. Count). Floi l l-x IRVING BERtiF.lt SAMUEL BOW f'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY OIVEN that Igned, desiring t.> tin '. u ,''\' r 'he fictitious name "f [AINTENANCE SERVICE, Bl 3*th Street. Miami, Intend %  '• said name with the Clerk preult Court of Dade County. 'MAUI.KS TuRRUBLLA 'I'l^irS HORTON I or Applicants Per Bt. |— 1/1-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v, !" NAME LAW .^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaa-e in Florida "' f Dad Count !" ? 0l!r?MA V N H *G0,^EiN^ 80Wnef Attorney! for Registrant %  Mm Boulevard, Miami, Kl,. LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA KK KsrvT?oi? 365 A BiBS T?I!N E R' %  StAT a8 NOT A C P B P I SCA7,O E N N FS? F T ,NA M L AKE DISCHARGE M'l i< Eh hereb) given thai l have riled my fin.,I reuorl and petition tor r in.il In-, harge as Exei utor of the of HoFffc DIENER, also known as BOFI \ DIENER, deeeaased; and hat on the ith day of January, 1952, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai K^iS?f? !" te^V. dM !r ln '" "gage In county, Kioi ids SIDNEY MORGAN8TERN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS x, ^. NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Ml-.llt I R\ IIKl'OI i >ISTItllir"'• s ',.t t 8.W Va |th SI., j imi. Dade County, K w „ Unend to register said flame with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida SAUL HK'MiKMIRE ,,„,„„, RO.HF. IIUiMIKMIRK ER8TUNG, ZUCKERMAN & KHKIi-H Attorneys for Applicants 976 W. Flagli-1 St U/4-U-IS-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS" NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In KJifinSS". """'er the fictitious name "f BROWN'S MARKET, at M24 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami. Intends to register said name with th,. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY I.. V.AI.PH, Sole Owner ROBERT M DEEHL Attorney for Applicant 90.'. Beybold r.Idg. 12/4-11-KS-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th,. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name I FREDERICKS REERIG i: RATIO.N AM' AIR CONDITIONING, at 7134 N.W. 1st Avenue. Miami. Dade County. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of K.nle County, Florida. FREDERICK HtltWICH GILBERT .1. BALKIN Attornev for ^ net Hi Congress Building. Miami. Florida 12/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE .JS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name <-f THE GRIDDLE, a) I7 N.E. 79th Street, intends to register, said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING MELI, Mil'. TIN ROTH Attornev for Applicant 45 N.W. 27th Ave. 12/4-11-1S-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLAMINGO WEST AVENUE APARTMENTS, at 1443 West Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ABE R08NER SIMPSON J. ROSENBERG SHEINER & SPIELER Attorney! ror Applicants 304 Roper Building. Miami, Florida U I-11-1S-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name r AETO TRANSPORT SERVICE, at |44it Drezel Avenue. Miami Beach. pi la, Intend! to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countyi Florida. HARRY Ilol.T7.MAN. Sole Owner RICHARD A MCROFF Attorneys for Harry lloltziuan 12/4-11-1S-25 ,,, %  --• %  -. iniiii i i.-.i,., will apply i" th,. Honorable W I :i..\.\ rON, County .Judge of I .1, int\ I'" orlda, foi approval of said mat report and for final discharge i Mi cutor of Hi,. Estate of S( iFtE KNi.lt. also known as SOFIA 'i I..N ER, dei eased This _'7iii daj ot November, Kit, ABRAHAM DIENER Abraham Dlener. as ESxecutor of thi Estate of SOME HIENEH. a/k/a BOFIA DIENER, eased. MYERS. HEIMAN a KAPLAN Attorneys for Executor I] 1-11-18-25 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 .. _. File A-18212 NOTttg IS HEREBY GIVEN that BEN %  D8KIN, lioldep of County Tax .-.il. Certificate No. S4:,7 issued th" 2H1h dgy of May. AH. 1 •.r. 1. has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Said Certificate embrace! the following described property In the County of Dade, State of Florida, towit: I-ots 23 21, Block 3. Dade Villa, Pint Book 2", Page 70, containing .12 Acres more or less, in the County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said propertv under the said certificate was in the name of: HELMA .1. ANDERSON. I'nless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law. the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court Mouse door on the first Monday In the month of January. 1954. which is the 4th day of Jauunry, 19"i4. Mated this 1st day of December, 19.-,;;. E. II. I.EATMHRMAN. i k of Circuit court, Dade County, Florid, By N C. STERRETT, Circuit court Seal Deputy Clerk 18/4-11-18-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ATLANTIC BROKERAGE CO.. at 2402 N.E tnd Ave Miami. 11;'.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ^ngn* „ HAROLD l.EVINSON 12/4-11-18-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334 In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ. also known as SOPHIE MEYERSON, also known aa SOPHIE MEYRISON, I leceased. CITATION THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ABRAM MEYERGOSS, and to his wife, his children and grandchildren, whose naiins and residences are un-, known; to JOSEPH GEN8TEIN, whose residence is unknown; to the children and grandchildren of I'ELIE GENSTEIN, Deceased, whose mums and residences are unknown: to the widow of JACOB MEYERGOSS, Deceased, and to the children and grandchildren of JACOB MI-rYERiloss, Da" {cKMedt -W4fl>st4 nsMiKs'l&Vtd' rM.i.leH^Ss are unknown; lo the widow of El.I MEYEROOKS, Deceased, and to the names and residences are unknown, ami to all parties known and unknown, claiming by, through or under any of the above parties, and to all person's whomsoever claiming any interest In snd to the estate of the above named decedent, as provided In Paragraph Ninth, (a), (hi, (<•) and (d). of her Last Will and Testament, and to all of the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees claiming, or entitled to cUlm, unib'r said portions of the Last will, and Testament of the above named decedent, and to all other persons concerned: YOl" ARE HEREBY' NOKrFIED that I Petition has been fi'eiLi. raying for a determination of Mie Beneficiaries of the above named decedent and for a determination as tolyhether or not the above mimed parr*are dead and hare been absent.bpv. seven yean or more fnpm the illare ;'>r their last domoiile. and you in e'.lflirther notified that "" the ith day-of. January, 1954, at 11:10 odock. A M.. testimony will be taken IK'IWH th* HONORABLE W F. BUANTON, Count) I Judge, concerning the W ged absence of the above named partial, who are supposed and believed to be dead, and the Chi umatancel and duration thereof, and you .ne hereby required to file your Written defenses to sanl Petition within forty < I' %  > 'lavs after the first publication hereof, should vou fall there'll. Decree will be enured In due course upon said I etltlon. WITNESS niv hand and seal of -aid Court at Miami. Made County. Florida, this 27th day of November, IMS. s/ W. F. BI.ANTON W F BI.ANTON, County Judge OEOROE iHEItTKOF 807-11 Olvmpia Building Miami. Florida Executor for above estate 12/4-11-1S-25 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF -Nri V SaiV.fe ,C ll^CI"CUIT ia SUP F P R D DE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 161M8 ELLSWORTH SANFORM ALLENT* Vi Clailiilff NONA AI.I.EN. Defendant. TO:N45N S A£LE M UBL,CAT,ON '• o Paul l.ainreh TIL' Hanllton Avenue, Apt. #4 I .iiMil. Pennaylvanle You are hereby notified thai a ComI'lamt for Divorce li.,s been riled againsl you and you are required to "''' v •' copy of your answei i., n,,. san n Plalntlfi s attornes HENRY M. CAIN 2*18 v\ %  -i h'.agler Street Miami, Florlde and fi %  the original thereof with the clerk or the above named pourt on or heron the 28th daj of December. I9M outer wise a Decree Pre Confesso will be entered againsl vou. ..Dated tins Ifth day of November, i:. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the circuit Court BY: Wit W. STOCKING Meputv l.'lei'k HENRY M. CAIN Attornej for I'lamtirr 1618 West magler Street Miami, Florida 11/27 — 12/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 164312 HAROLD SHAPIRO. Plaintiff. vs. ESTEI.I.E SHAPIRO. Mofendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ESTKI.I.E SHAPIRO c o leidor Vei nick 717. S. Wesllake Los Angeles. California. You are hereby notified that a Pill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attornev. EMWARM S RE8NICK, '.':!:, 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 l,v default will be taken againsl vou for the relief demanded in the Bill of i mmplalnt. This nolle shall be published on.-e each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this Huh day of November, A.D. liiiS. R B. LEATHERMAN, clerk, Circuit Court. Made County, Florida. By \l C, GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk HOWARD s RE8NICK, ESQ. Attornev for Plaintiff 23.", Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Pla. II 17 — 12/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE 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, vs. THOMAS PATRICK GRAHAM. Mefendant SUIT'JTDR DIVORCE* :'tQ: THoMAS PATRICK GRAHAM H.s-2,1 lllth -Avenue B 'zone Park, L.I.. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Mivorce has been filed against you, and you are required tc serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI Of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. KESSI.EIS & GARS. 17S2 W. Flaglrr Street, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or ['leading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the toth day of December, i""';; If you fall to do so. judgment by dl fault will he taken against you for the relief demanded 111 the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week foi four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH i'l 'RIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this (3rd dav ol November, A. D. 1*53 K B, LEATHERMAN, rierk, Circuit Court, i role Countv, Florida. By 1. SNEEDEN, (Circuit Conn Seal) Deputy Clerk 11 27 — 1^ 1-11-18 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE.JS IIKREBY GIVEN that the ufldjrfslgned. desiring to engage In husiHess under the fictitious name of MA "AGA 1 IRNITIRH. at RUN. Miami Ave. Miami. Intend to .register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dade County. Florida. .1 \' K I A I.\ MAX l'l.oTKIN 12/4-11-is-'.'". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Ol HECTOR'S MAR •* GRILL, at .21 N E. lat Ave, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorMi *' WINIFREM Pi *EMI.MANRALPH ST. JOHN KEPSLER k GARS \iturne\s for Apulicanls 1T8? W. Flagler St. 11 37 — 12 4-ll-ls CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 3-43CC IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29926 RE. ESTATE OF SARAH IDA aUCKMAN, Di eased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have filed my final report and pel tlon for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate "f SARAH IMA GI.ICKMAN. deceased, and that on the 11th dav ol January, l84, I will apnlv to the Honorable FRANK It DOWLINO, County fudge of Made Countv. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of SARAH IDA GI.ICKMAN. deceased. This 7th day of Iwcember. I95S, NATHANIEL HI. ICEMAN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Administrator 12/11-18-36 — 1/1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 31356A In Re: ESTATE OP LOL'lfi I.ISKiiWITZ. Deceased To All Creditors and All Person! Inir t'lsjins in Demands Againsl Said Esl ite: You. and each of >">i. are hereby notified and i, c| i n 'I i" presi nt %  "> % %  and demands which you, or either of vou. may have against the •state "f' LOUIS LISKOWITZ. dei late of Mole Co mi I loi Ida. to the Honorable County Judi Hade i and file thi their ofM,. in ih. Count) Courthouss In lode Countv. Florida, "I" calendar month! from the date "i the firsi publication hereof Bald claims or demands i contain the legal midress of the claimant and to isworn to and pr.s.nteci as afon -nil, or same will be I'Uled Date M, nl'cr I, \ M RAltl'.l M MESCHELOFF, Ai Administrator of the I.of l.i TIS LISKOWITZ. Deceased MALVIN EMU-XNMER Attorney for .... Rabbi M. Mesch^loff, Administrator 12/11-18-25 — 1/1 ,N D^rc T 0 Y UNT? G | L S 0 R?D U A RT UK: ESTAT, r .o,? W74 A viSASS 1 -', 'ACOBBQN. Mc ..., NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL vox.,-,D| SCHARGE N"M | is hereby given u .• i bave filed my fltial re i and petl'on 'or Final Discharge as Ehjecutor SAHKL JACOBSON, deceased; ,d (hat on the nib daj of Januarj t U i, .y'!' l > v".' ""' Honorable PR \ \ K I'-.UIM; county Judge of Dade t ounty, Florida, for approval .,i ,.,i,| V." ;i1 i"i'' I f"i final dis. ha i Kxecutor of ih, L.isi w m and 1 ""in ol ISABEL JACOBSON ..... ,| Tins 7th day „r December, II HARRY .1A CO |'.SON, I'V'il"! of the Last Will a lid I eslanienl of ISABEL JACOBSON, HARRY ZUKERNICK ""'" Attorney for Executor 120 Lincoln goad, Miami Beat h, I— /ll~In-_i| l'l AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE fflBTh^RW' N o ,W39 \ s JESSIE ISAACS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JESSIE ISAACS 141 A West End Avenue, Brooklyn. NY. e/o Ilirsoh You are herein notified thai a of Complaint for Divorce has n illcd agalnel you, and you are re i ed to serve a copy of vour Answei* or Pleading to the Bill of Compla mi the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M CAIN, 2518 West nagler BtreeL Miami. Pla., and file the original \'i-wer or Pleading In the office of ,i„, t lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the mil day of January. : • i if TOO fall to do so, Judgment bj de> fault will be taken against you f,,itiniclicf demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published one! each week for four consecutive in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al M I I i-'ionda. ihis ith day ,,f December, A.M. !!'":. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I lade County, Florida. By WM. W. STOCKING, 'Circuit Court Seal) Meputv Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 2618 West Flagler St., Miami, I'e I2/11-18-2S — 1 '1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN • the undersigned, desiring to engaa • business under the fictitious name THE. I1ASSA Ml. al MIS N.E. Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend register said name with, the Clerk the Cn.uit Court of Made Cmin ian Ida. JULIAN KOTLER llll.MA KOTLER KOVNER A MANNHEIMER Attorneys for The Baaaa**e 11 11-is--. 1 :, i/l i.it in of Ind to of 'y. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN It the undersigned, desiring to engaae in business under Ihe fictitious name "f TROPICAL SALES CO., at :C s W. 27th Ave., Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Made County, Fli II. R SIRMAN W. .1. SMITH BANFORD s FAUNCE Attorney for Applicants 171? Congrese Ride. 12 11-18-25 — 1/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the nude i signed.


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PAGE 12 B +Jeitf fkrkBan Dock Purchases Bomb In November for $745,159 Count > anmnp bnmsi purchase* during November totalled FU5 "•-'•' n \a tepoTted (Ms week by H H Ba*set. sa>ings bond chairman for Pade County, who rntiw Ins '> ures monthly frwn th.PMMI RO MM Bank tu the Florida sa hp Bond Office in Tampa MM throughout the state w S3 .*>*.: MNN lh *v!uiw for th* i tar fea date to ssi *.06a Th* quota for tlmaml for t3 mm" %  < at $.** i\V a f irure believed to be just barelj Ml of reach in spite of a ST percent S1 ""*"* r ** r last. Bassett >ard He quoted from a recent state meat of Treasury Secretary Goorge M Humphry) MM said Nothing :< more important an th* Treas ury's plans, and few things are *i creator significance in our whole economy than th* savings bandi procram It I both to eonstruetive %  wnffH of the debt and t h maintenance of a a—d money h* said, and urged the pass JJ* County to ints ndt Savings ftMi •" '-heir plans for whe n ever th*> h a \ e anj %  we? to invest Lady Huntress Reigns Supreme At Kscayne Oval Randi* Brothers' Lady Huntress. dark brrndle daughter of former world's rhamptoa Real Huntsman shapes up as a champion in her own right as th? fleet footed :< male continues to reign supreme. •I the Biscayne Kennel Club Winning her last three starts, against the best racing secretary Leo Hwtveli could mu-ter the Handle star last wee* showed freej wins and a third oat of seren starts for the current meeting With Ourley Lovely's front star. 1 However, temporarily ont of cona-j petition it moss as if the Huntress | wsll hold sway m the hot*os contests for the balance of B^esyne's first half Lovely. If the wn>. had one of < his jnreniles set a mart just recently when his Best Way. red fawn son of Onmhoman — Ever playful chalked up BUS third con secutive win in as many starts. The July 1*M pun abo won each of hb three schooling tr will make has debut with Grade B ha next time out. Balkin Addresses Naturalized Citizens ; s-rr .' FJ • -.•-'. %  '" Vta -*:.. vj; S -a•oefc addru i the c!ss> n:.-i j*a UsmTstsa „• .the Federal Pwmet Cnuw. Hi m m %  t X>*LW Hal mad proaded eet nf Balkan's talk was Th* Of %  m \ of last wears, and at tanks as if the Nccthsade CKal will have Writers Meet fr Basi.es*. FishiM kan V %  the Fmnda M taan at Key Colony here Friday %  Tin admnni nan amMJN 1 i~ phase orf the nmniai tnaninrmd *>o*-i Cmmt Vlaam. mwing the week November Jfc? arranged by the OftomsaW nuMee tt th* Rimry W Seeds ang r>s Vanmcan Legaan. of wharh H ^ s *** #d Key Caanmy who staged a FWtda Keys naming snr the FA>W \ kut Omrenaher at Jhen PaHM a* WTVJ TELi VISION PKOStAM SCKfDVIE r r • m 0 t H I H 6 s-.*r : %  Racing Dates Jo, 19^ ] ;sjgned the Jan.iarv^ 1 % %  ren 3rd racir.g data fo Tbe track, accordm,;nouncemer.' .' place known where flmn hatched ar: ramm m c The Present r:pB ai^S Hiaieah fa H a BenhnJ Thoroughbred Racuw Au^ a group of 2" • -jy, )££* in the nation whid, aanauj taining rigid .taxflargj af tion. Hannce Coha. prcsfagj Mm. Harry Ln^y pmandnnt t dan Smmwhood of Tnrnpie Imam' World Wide Injaar Ca, aaamj Fl MrsH. G Schkianr. ccxbaurnan oi Ihn Chmrnkn Committhis wees the f^-. r <. Mr. Schlcinr pmandnnt of tbn Tempta. Mm. Mortos Ban*th of ****** A son and Cans* Shnrwin Urins. makn anal uiiai a v n u m i h i ; ** %  ^t" "f T" pnar to the CVmnaw dinnnr oi tan Tnmpat whacn was bs4d m i W1U .j^ esub^shmmt hsM HoBrwood Bsoch Hbbsi on Dncnmbnr 8*. 1H—!— V %  r.w *w %  K | rnaa i r — -, %  i • f uav a 'Tf %  n e o n FIRST QUALITY NO BLEMISH NO SECOND u.i um iw HKSsytf 670 x 15 13.95 710 x 15 1 5.95 760 x 1 5 1 6 .95 u.s. cempoe 6 600 x 16 '11.95 650 x 16 1 6.95 650 x 15 1 5 .95 WHITCWALLS .%  AT <***£.£ OP TO '20 aa ON NEW • OYALS ''s I %  m i v.* ... ~35mF n^ShPfV "U^. ROYAL FULL CAPS 670x15.. 7J3 700x15.. Ml 800x15 710x15.. in 760x15.. 153 820x15 1IJI 11SI m add ri : at r *• %  • i m ) x %  as rnSn~l553nf~ I I ml SStm Yoir Cask for Christ-**! NORTON TIRFS EASY PAY PLAN S-iOO Tarn -n w im • •-. *"*, auu **. •* w m. i>u Y55TTT" 1 m x gu • i ir NORTON TIRE CO-M> 7 Sa a-a -i m* Jil^^ 11


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Miami, Fla
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December 18, 1953

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 27Number 51
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
'Iosed Door Talks Tap 'Anti-Zionist* Sentiment on American Scene:
lyroade Says He Held Meetings With 'Old Friends'
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
WASHINGTON Strategy to
undermine pro-Zionist public
opinion in the United States is
being discussed by leaders of the
anti-Zionist American Couacil for
Judaism with Henry A. Byroade,
lAssisUnt Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs, in secret
I meetings which began after the
resumption of aid to Israel.
The most recently meeting was
I held in Washington at 1 p.m., on
I December 3rd, behind the closed
doors of the South Lounge of the
Carlton Hotel. A similar confer-
ence was held by Mr. Byroade
with an ACJ group in San Fran-
cisco about a month previously
when he visited that city. The
meetings were envisioned after
President Eisenhower announced
that aid to Israel would be re-
sumed.
There are elements in the State
Department who resent the re-
sumption "of aid. They claim it
was a decision motivated by do-
mestic political considerations
which interfered with the pursuit
of Arab friendship. Some officials
decided on secret collaboration
with anti-Zionist groups. Their
objectives include the promotion
of propaganda against Zionism
and the splitting of the Jewish
community on the Israel issue.
One goal is to convince Presi-
dent Eisenhower and members of
Congress that American Jewry is
less devoted to Zionism than is
actually the case. Anxious to im-
plement an openly anti-Israel pol-
icy, these elements hope to use
the ACJ as a "front" to give the
impression that there are no anti-
Jewish implications to the actions
they would like to take against
Israel.
The room in which the meeting
took place was reserved in the
name of a "Mr. Roland." Among
those in attendance were Lessing
J. Rosenwald. president of the
ACJ, and Rabbi Elmer Berger, its
executive director. Interviewed as
he emerged from the meeting.
Mr. Byroade smiled nervously. "I
merely met with some old
friends whom I have known for a
number of years," he said, add-
ing that it was "nothing to be re-
ported in the press."
After Mr. Byroade returned to
his duties at the State Depart-
ment, Mr. Rosenwald was tele-
phoned and asked for commer.t.
He said he had "absolutely noth-
ing for publication." The confer-
ence then resumed while a con-
feree made sure the doors were
securely shut.
Mr. Rosenwald was invited to
one of the first dinner parties
tendered by President Eisen-
hower. He subsequently visited
the White House to convey to the
Continued on Pag* 11 A
Sharett Forms Broad Base Coalition
Cabinet; Ben-Gurion Retires to Negev
JERUSALEM (JTA)Sixty-eight-
year-old David Ben-Gurion, phvsi-
cally and mentally spent by six
years of grueling trial as first
Premier of the State of Israel,
stepped down last week to retire to
the solitude of a Negev settlement
to rest, to remember and to think.
The white-haired leader took the
microphone this week to voice an
optimistic leave to the people of
Israel and to his beloved Israel
Army of Defense which he headed
as Defense Minister.
The retiring statesman voiced his
faith in the people of Israel and
the Jews of the world, predicted an
eventual Arab-Jewish peace and
expressed appreciation for the help
of American Jewry in the estab-
lishment of the Jewish State.
Mr. Ben-Gurion expressed con-
fidence that the Israel Government
would pass into hands capable of
advancing beyond the point where
he left it. He called for the broad-
est national coalition "dedicated
to the security of the state, the ef-
fective integration of the newcom-
ers and the preparation of the
ground for new immigration." He
said that the various parties in the
country had more binding them to-
gether than was separating them.
Until an Arab-Jewish alliance
is forged in the Middle East and
Continued en Paoa IA
fa-word M. M. MTarbarfl
. achieves high goal
Warburg is
UJA Leader
Fourth Term
NEW YORK (JTA) The three-
day annual national conference of
the United Jewish Appeal conclud-
ed here Monday with the adoption
of a goal of $119,921,150 for the
year of 1954 and with the drafting
of Edward M. M. Warburg for a
fourth successive term as general
chairman of the UJA.
The goal represents the budge-
tary sums required as a minimum
in 1954 by the constituent agencies
of the United Jewish Appeal and
was adopted to provide $91,620,000
lor the United Israel Appeal, $26,-
186.000 for the Joint Distribution
Committee and $2,115,150 for the
United Service for New Americans
and New York Association for New
Americans.
In a resolution adopted unani-
mously by the 1,200 community
leaders who attended the confer-
ence, anxiety was recorded over
the fact that cash receipts of the
UJA for 1953 are running behind
those of 1952. The resolution urg-
ed all communities and all con-
tributors in these communities "to
undertake at once an effort to en-
able the agencies of the UJA to
continue without interruption or
delay their great humanitarian pro-
Rrams in Israel, Europe, North Af-
rica and the Moslem countries."
Report Ike Asked for Israel's
Protection at Bermuda Talks
WASHINGTON (JTA) Inform-, be put under a promise not tout-
ed circles here late Wednesday in- tack l*r?:"%h^ia?
dicated that President Eisenhower, ment of the Br '>"*; Ptun
n his talks wKh British Prime pute over the Suez Canal
Minister Winston Churchill at Ber- In return. Egypt would recewe
muda, suggested that Egypt and US mum ions and the state
Urongman General Naguib must Continue* on Pa** *
Y
Miss Mona Sawyer, 20-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Neil Sawyer, 1820 Daytonia Road, Biscayne Point, has been
named Miss BIG Day. Sunday will mark Bonds of Israel Gov-
ernment Day in Greater Miami.
Aronovitz, Shapiro in Joint Proclamation:
City-Wide
Slated
Mayors Abe Aronovitz of Miami
and Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach
have both proclaimed Sunday, De-
cember 20th. as BIG Day. marking
the beginning of the Israel Bond
Organizations Operation Windup
as far as the Independence Issue
is concerned.
Jacob C. Fishman reported that
an objective of $500.000 has been
BIG Day Canvass
for Miami on Sunday
JERUSALEM (JTA) Actin?
Premier Moshe Sharett this week
continued negotiations for a wide
government coalition embracing all
parties, except the extreme Left
and extreme Right, and voiced
hope that he would be able to re
port success quickly to President
Itzik Ben Zvi who had entrust
him with the task of forming a new
government.
The president called on Mr.
Sharett to form a new cabinet t -
lowing the retirement of David
Ben-Gurion as Premier, after con-
sultations with the leaders of the
various parties. He indicated his
belief that Mr. Sharett. nominated
by the dominant Mapai Party, v.u>
the most suitable man for the ta-
in his talks with the party lead-
ers, Mr. Ben-Zvi indicated he
would like to see a cabinet based
on a wide coalition. The Mapai
spokesmen said they were agree-
able to a cabinet including the
same parties as in the Ben-Guri-.n
cabinet. The General Zionists to I
I the president that they would have
I to have clarification on sore
I points of government policy be-
fore entering the new cabinet. The
left-wing Mapam Party declared it
preferred a government based oa
a coalition of the labor parties.
Backs Foreign Policy
Meanwhile, the Parliament, by a
vote of 58 to 22. gave its approval
this week to the foreign policy pur-
sued by the government after a
warm debate. Subsequently, on
Mr Sharett's motion, the Knesset
rejected a demand by Dr. Moshe
Sneh, leader of a pro-Soviet fac-
tion, and by the Communists, for
an immediate debate on the re-
Continued on Page 8 A
set in old pledges and the sale of
new Israel Bonds.
Louis Bandell has been named
lieutenant for the City of Miami
while Nat Winakur will be in
charge of the Coral Gables area.
A special parade will be held
Sunday throughout Miami and Mi-
ami Beach to emphasize the impor-
tance of BIG Day. Heading the
parade will be Miss Mona Sawyer.
20-yearold daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Neil Sawyer. 1820 Day-
tonia Road. Biscayne Point, who
has been chosen as Miss BIG Day.
At the same time, a miniature
telethon will be broadcast over
television station WTVJ with civic
dignitaries and leaders of the bond
drive outlining what has been ac-
complished to date in the Israel
Bond Organization's campaign.
Both mayors in their proclama-
tions declared that the "State of
Israel has achieved economic mir-
acles in the short period of its
existence with the assistance of in- ^
vestment capital from the sale of,
State of Israel Bonds."
Headquarters for BIG Day will,
be located at the Israel Bond office,!
1622 Collins A v e nue. telephone
58-5561. for the Miami Beach area
and Beth David for Miami. Briga-
diers will meet at these two head-'
quarters before starting off in their |
one-day effort. i
BIG Week was inaugurated earl-.
ier at a special meeting held in the
Algiers Hotel. Speakers included
Commander Fishman and Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Greater Miami chair-
man of the State of Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Special Brigadiers who will par-
ticipate in the campaign include:
Sandra Alpert, William Agranov.
Continued on Page 2 A
Moshe SfcereM
. seeks wide ceelitien


PAGE 2 A
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CITY-WIDE BIG DAY CANVASS IS SLATED FOR SUNDAY
Continued from Pgo 1 A
Louis Bandell, Mrs. Ida Bookspan,
Daniel Broad. Mrs. Selma Sipes,
Mrs. Esther Cohen, Mrs Ruth Dav-
idson, Mrs. Clara Denmr. Esra
PinegoldL Mrs. Fannie Goldberg,
.Miss Bather Goodman, Miss Lillian
Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. M. S.
Groan, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hurevitx,
Rev. B. Jacobean, Rebecca Jonkel,
Mr. and Mrs. K. Kahn Mr- Frieda
Kalstein. Samuel Karp. Mrs. Abe
Kasow.
Mrs. Celia Kayo, Mrs CYlia Lan-
Mrs Fanny Liobman. Dr. Max Lip-
kind. Kolman Luria. Mrs. Frances
Makovsky. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob May-
Mum, Mrs. Lena Minlzes. Jacob H.
Morris. Mrs. Ann Padawer. Mrs.
Effie Platoff, Mrs. Sophie Plotkin.
Mrs. Miriam Press. Mrs. Yelta
Raisine. Mrs. Sadie Rosch. Morde-
eai Rosch. Mrs. Molly Sedlik. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Seeman. Mrs. Jen-
nie Seitlin. Irving Schatzman. Mrs.
Janet Shawmut. Mrs Ruth Uliss.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wiener. Mrs.
Ann Winter. Mrs. Molly Wittner
iind Mrs. Zelda Yavner
Special prizes will be given briga
diers who bring in most monies
Luncheon Friday
For Medical School
Attornej General Nathaniel L
Goldstein, of New York Slate, will
I e guest oi honor ;.t a luncheon ;it
noon Friday in the Algiers Hotel.
James I.. Guilmartin, United States
attornej for Smith Florida, will be
host at the luncheon. Gen. Gold-
stein is national chairman of the
Albert Einstein College of Modi-
i me.
Guilmartin and Goldstein are
friends of long standing, both hav-
ing practiced law in New York and
both having held important state
Myers Named to Phi Beta
Kappa at North Carolina
Kenneth Morton Myers has been
named to Phi Beta'Tiaoea. fafied.
"M'-'Wnt*. iJTtiiatnF
versify of North Carolina. He is
the -on of Mr and Mrs. Stanley C
My.rs. ;i20 Granada Boulevard,
Coral Gables. His appointment
comes in M>ers' junior \ear. Nam-
ing to Phi Beta Kappa is generally
made in the senior year.
H
aBBBLBagg la
s^fy ^r1^*^
Shirley Berlin 0f ,
and Square ll^gg*
charge, are slated for cj
evenings at 7 |)m. The Cm ^
2r*..........-52S|
Von Can Wo Bttltr of 11RUY i
PARKWAY
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MEATS V Wt*Y
PARKWAY KOSHER
Louis Bondel (left). Miami chairman of BIG Day, and Com-
mander Jacob C. Fishman (right) congratulate lieutenant Ber-
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will be held Sunday, December 20th.
during BIG Week, inclusive. Prizes
are headed by a trip to Cuba.
complete with sightseeing, through
the courtesy of Steve Greenwald.
president of Stevens Travel \. i.
I cy; a week-end stay at the Algiers
Hotel; and an evening in the Drill-
j wood Room of the Nautilus.
Sheriff Kelly in Talk
The weekly luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodfa, B'nai B'rith.
will be held on Tuesday. December
22nd. 12:15 p.m.. at the National
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indbreaking of New Beth Sholom
iple Set Sunday; Heatter is Speaker
(in Heatter, radio news corn-
ier, will be principal speak-
| the groundbreaking dinner
alion of Temple Beth Sholom
jdav, December 20th, 7 p.m.,
Delano Hotel, according to
nnuncement by Leon J. Ell,
lent of the congregation,
fuel Stein and Mrs. John Ser-
fco chairmen of the dinner,
h.it the majority of the 600
who comprise the congre-
are expected to attend the
an. Under the aegis of
iritual leader. Rabbi Leon
kh, the Congregation has de-
[d an active program of reli-J
I educational and cultural ac-
and must now expand out
present building at 4144
[ Avenue into the new temple
will adjoin the present
les and which will accommo-
total of 1.800 worshippers,
(chairman explained.
dinner celebration will fol-
Jhe formal groundbreaking
tnies which are scheduled to
dace at 4 p.m. on the same
special Service of Dedica-
bcing arranged by Rabbi
Kronish to signal the launching
the new Beth Sholom. Charles Sil-
vers, chairman of the Construction
Committee, will "break th>-
ground" and will be assisted by t he-
following member* of the Construc-
tion Committee: James M. Albert.
Morris Alpert, Sidney D. Ansin,
Joseph L. Arkin, Leon J. Ell, Louis
J. Krensky and Morry B. Morris.
Mayor Harold Jhapiro will bring
greetings from the City of Miami
Beach, and the Rev. Wiley Scott
will speak on behalf of the Miami
Beach Clergy Council. Rabbi Mos-
es Meschcloff, spiritual leader of
Beth Jacob Congregation, will
bring greetings on behalf of the
Rabbinate of Greater Miami. Na-
tional and local civic leaders have
been invited to participate in the
ceremonies, which will be preced-
ed by a parade of the children of
Beth Shalom's Religious School,
led by the Miami Beach High
School Band.
The Temple's Sisterhood and Re-
ligious School Choral groups will
render a special musical program
under the direction of Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer.
m it m
1
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Milton A. Friedman will be
honored on Sunday evening
at a dinner sponsored by the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion of Greater Miami in the
Monte Carlo Hotel. Friedman
will be cited as "the man who
has done most in the past 20
years" lor BBYO here. The
Miami attorney is national
youth commissioner of the
organization. Guest speaker
will be Mayor Abe Arono-
vitz.
I John Serbin, co-chairman of the groundbreaking dinner
ibration of Temple Beth Sholom, pins a Beth Sholom
Ider badge on Charles Silvers, chairman of the Construc-
Committee for the new Temple. Samuel Stein, co-chair-
with Mrs. Serbin, looks over her shoulder while Leon J.
president of the Congregation, waits for his turn to be
ned."
Irshall Goldberg to
Bar Mitzvah
krshall A. Goldberg, son of Mr.
Mrs. Ben Goldberg, 13300 NE
1 Avenue, North Miami, will be-
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, De-
Der 19th, at Tifereth Israel
Inside Center.
irshall attends Constance Jun-
ligh School where he is in the
|th grade. Rabbi Louis A. Cas-
vill officiate.
bents of the Bar Mitzvah will
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat on
Jay night and will serve a Kid-
on Saturday morning follow-
[the services.
"wmmammr*^^
M.rsfcall A. M4k
fyum Hatorah
Isiyum Hatorah will be held at
ph David Synagogue on Sunday
tening, January 10th. Mr. and
"s. Tobias Sussman wiil present a
oil of Law to the synagogue,
Sophie Tucker to Star
In National Council Show
Sophie Tucker will be star of
the evening at the annual dinner
dance to be given by Miami Sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish
Women, on December 23rd at the
Beachcomber.
In addition to Sophie Tucker,
now celebrating her golden jubilee
in show business, there will be a
star-studded show for the enter-
tainment of members and guests.
The affair is given for the benefit
of Council's project for the edu-
cation of blind children.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Max Dreyer, Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz and Mrs. Harry Gordon.
New Service Formed
For Shopping Mothers
Park-Ur-Tot, a new service for
mothers, is announced here at 342
SE 1st Street. Expert child care
for infants and preschool children
will be given while mothers shop.
Park-Ur-Tot is under the super-
vision of Elosia Nugent. RN. and
Bellevue Hospital nursing gradu-
ate Gwen H. Bair. Formula foods
may be brought along. These will
be refrigerated or heated as need
ed. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.,
and Monday evenings until 9.
La Rue Restaurant
Opens on Beach
La Rue's Restaurant on
Boulevard, first of the ultra swank
dining places to open for the sea-
son on Miami Beach, started serv-
ice Thursday with Chef Michot
again in charge of cuisine and
service directed by Velez.
The new operators are Joe co-
hen his son-in-law Manny Smith
and attorney Lawrence S. Leven
son. Cohen is expected to surren-
der his interest to his son, Bill,
when the latter is discharged from
service in January.
Dinner music in the traditional
manner is supplied by the Louis
Flagler Women Set
Busy Paee; Plan
Luncheon Tuesday
The Women's Group of the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center met Thursday evening. En-
tertainment was provided by the
Women's Choral Group of the Cen-
ter.
Under the leadership of Mildred
Draizar, the group appeared at the
last meeting of the Dade County
PTA and at the Southeastern Con-
ference of the Jewish Welfare
Board, in addition to participating
in Flagler-Granada functions.
Members include Gladys Beck-
er, Ruth Gelb, Rosilind Berrin,
Fran Immerman, Millie Kauffman,
Frances Landers, Evelyn Levine,
Rosalie Levitt, Estelle Lash, Nao-
mi Levine, Mildred Stern, Hannah
Malin, Ida Uram and Annette
Weiss.
Members at the meeting were
also entertained by novelty song
selections rendered by Sylvia
Kirschner and Sstelle Lash.
The next monthly luncheon of
the Flagler-Granada Women's
Group will be held on Tuesday, De-
ember 22nd, 12 noon, at the Cen-
ter building.
Mrs. Shirley Bernard, with the
assistance of the luncheon com-
mittee, the Mesdames Gracy Cover-
man, Dinah Shapiro and Jennie
Mae Clein are in charge of arrange-
ments.
Diagnostic Sessions
Set at Mount Sinai
Dr. David A Nathan, chairman
of the Department of Medicine at
Mount Sinai Hospital, announced
this week that at a recent meeting
of the medical staff it was decided
to sponsor a scries of diagnostic
and educational medical functions
which will help to further medical
information and education to the
internes and resident doctors prac-
ticing in all hospitals in the greater
Miami area.
Physicians of the Dade County
Medical Association will be invited
to attend these functions.
The first of the scheduled events
will take place at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital on December 20th through
26th. Dr. Isadora Snapper, director
of Medical Education at Beth El
Hospital, Brooklyn. New York, will
serve as Professor Protempore for
this event. Dr. Snapper, former pro-
fessor of medicine at Peiking Uni-
versity, Peiking, China, and at
Columbia College of Medicine, also
served as personal physician to the
late Queen Wilhelmina of Holland.
Many indigent individuals, in the
greater Miami area will be brought
into Mount Sinai Hospital at no ex-
pense to themselves for the pur-
pose of assisting them medically,
as well as to utilize them as pa-
tients for demonstration purposes
in this service to doctors in the
greater Miami area.
Dr. Nathan said that his com-
mittee will announce in the very-
near future the specific schedule of
events which will take place dur-
ing this medical program.
Crystal Ball Thursday
The Young Adult Group of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center an-
nounced this week that the group
will hold a Crystal Ball, its main
event of the season, on Thursday
night, December 24th, 9 p.m., in
the social hall of the Center.
The dance will feature an or-
chestra and is open to all young
adults in the Greater Miami area.
Members of the Young Adult
Group planning committee are Bob
Stone, president. Debbie and Lu-
cille Graboyes, Leonard Lifshultz,
Arlene Weisbiatt, Don Marks, Jane
Goldstein, Phyliss Goldstein, Ruthc
Divon and Elaine Schwartzman.
Tourism to Israel chairman
M. G. Rosenberg, of St. Pet-
ersburg, Florida, this week
announced that the South-
eastern Region of the ZOA
will conduct a tour to Israel.
The group will reach Israel
in time to celebrate the sixth
anniversary of independence
of the state on May 7th, and
will witness the ceremonies
in an official capacity.
Tau Epsilon Rho
Elects Local Officers
Moe Grundwerg. of 4561 Prairie
Avenue, Miami Beach, has been,
elected chancelor of the Univer-
sity of Miami Charter of Tau Ep-
silon Rho, legal fraternity.
A Law School senior, Grund-
werg will be graduated in 1954. He
is a member of the Editorial Board
of the Miami Law Quarterly, as
well as of the Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
Other officers are Mel Green-
sphan, vice chancellor; Yale Rap-
kin, corresponding secretary; Yale
Manoff, recording secretary; Mar-
tin Burnet, treasurer. Hilery Sil-
verman, publicity director; Barry
Rothenberg, pledgor; and Leo Fe-
nero, historian.
Raff is Named
To Planning Board
N. Doug Raff, active in the hotel
business for many years, was
named Monday to the Miami Beach
Planning Board by Vice Mayor Har-
old Spaet.
A former president of the Great-
er Miami Hotel Association, Raff
is a member of the Board of the
Tropical Chapter. Hotel Greeters of
America, and the South Florida
Chapter, Hotel Sales Management.
He is also vice president of the
Miami Beach Optimist Club and
president of the Miami Beach Lit-
tle League Baseball Club.
Evening Social Saturday
The Adult Social Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center will sponsor its regular
Saturday evening social on De-
cember 19th, at 450 SW 16th Av-
enue. An orchestra will provide
music for continuous dancing from
9 p.m. to 12 midnight.
New Course Begins
On Monday evening, 8 p.m., Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman will begin a new
course on Biblical. History at the
West Miami Jewish Center.
Dade
Planning the balance of the seal's Sunday -<*?* **? ^ oTthe
Jewish Center with Rabbi Irving Lehman. jWj^caSiE Rabbllenrman some of the plans
youth leader,. Herbert 1^t^S^^Sm by breakfast. Israeli songs and
SSS,*iKS SS^^SSm^ ^ **" to ,he **and ^
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Young Adults Stag
Coral Gables Young Adult Group
will present Grab Bag Stag on
Saturday evening. 9 p.m., at S'nu!-
fand Hall. 320 Palermo. ____


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LEO MTNDLIN .................................. News Editor
Friday. December 18, 1953
Volume 27 Number 51
. Teveth 12. 5714
During The Week...a
*y LIO MINDLIN
* S,
Big Three Discusses Israel and Egypt
The Big Three meeting held in Bermuda is
past history. Unlike its predecessors during
World War II, no earth-shaking results are ex-
pected. It will not take a place among the
great meetings of world statesmen, for those
who convened at Castle Harbor held divergent
views on international mattersor none at all.
Frances' Laniel did not even know what to
say. This was his saving grace; if he had.
friction would certainly develop between him-
self and his government. In addition to his
drawal is an Egyptian attack against Israel.
This would follow the 1948 pattern of the Em-
pire's evacuation of Palestine which served as
a prelude to the Arab League war.
Apparently the President understands that,
in this matter. Sir Winston is thoroughly capa-
ble of speaking for Egypt. We can only hope
that the dispatches from Washington accur-
ately report Mr. Eisenhower's stand brought
out during the Big Three's discussion of the
Suez area. Otherwise, it would be dishearten-
------ ** >jv...,uiioiH, in uuuiuuu io nis ouez uieu. uuieiwise, n wouia De aisnearien-
political inexperience, Laniel was forewarned ing to feel that Israel's future is being decided
to mnkp nn rfimmitmonlo r\ to make no commitments on behalf of Paris.
Mr. Eisenhower functioned in the shadow of
the late President Roosevelt, and Sir Winston
Churchill is simply a tired, old man.
Most important, this was a Big Three meet-
ing. Those historic gatherinqs after which it
had been patterned were Big Four affairs. Rus-
sia's absence made all discussion tentative.
in the casual manner entertained by Britain's
Sir Winston.
n his correspondence and refused,",1'?1"'1*
of the free postage granted men in his position i Uke^_
this places in a rather comical light the junior SenatnrT"5,0 *1
.sephR. McCarthy, who early last summer lZJlT**i
I am in receipt of a letter from New YorkTiV.
Herbert Lehman. The contents of his note to m- SUtw
this point, but it was significant to observe thai if ,5**-
employ his franking privilege. Like all other American ma'1 i
a three-cent stamp on his correspondence and iw,.." "c,.tl'u. he J
of the free postage g
this places in a rathei
Joseph R. McCarthy, who early last mmme'^SS^S}
from New York. At that time. Mr. McCarthy charged tnaft "
was abusing his frankine privilege. He said that th Mr ^
sending through the mails, at the governments exrnWn ^N
tacking him. Certainly, the material to which the m "H
referred was not complimentary to him or to his ZTfH k
personal habits are the result of years of experience and J ,L-
they do not change easily or in a short period of uL ***>*
I therefore find it difficult to believe that Mr I*hm.
Privilege then. Indeed, the excerpts of h.s remarks o^he^
were printed at his own expense and labeled so Mr K?1
has run roughshod over all opinion contrary to hVown snT^
even failed to shield from his particular invective member?.*!^
gress. last week reached the high point of personal a-Sa^
attacked the President of the United States. In light ,jS,~J
finds it difficult further to take seriously charges of fran[ !J
abuse and of hysterical outbursts against persons in all waJhE
the government, education, the press and industry-who ^ijl
prey to his intimidation tactics. !
. S,"cf,his inauguration into office last January, the ftwik-i
had a difficult enough time of it. He has learned all toow^I
he amity between his office and the Congress rides on a Me?-1
Iitical triumph which is tenuous and which rapidly f ,||s awa, Z,"f
legislative branch of government forgets the Joys of victor/LuT
(li)Wll In makinn n( Ihr, .. v.,,.,,1 ,.. .:.___.___....... **
School Hoard Apiioiiili'vs
t_ rr-. I '-B>iiivt: urancn oi government lorgets the iovs of virtn*.,'~T3
J, rS2L^f52!S5 ?e Dade crn,yidown,omakingof,heew^^
School Board has acquired the services of two | suffer the disenchantment of the "liberal wing of his raW
well known and active women in the Greater' ostensibly put him into power. He has been forced to deal with
Miami Jewish community. Several weeks ago. I a,e and a House whose failure to fulfill campaign plcdeet nu'j
nt S i?q i %**' C71Ple,ely vS"*?e- h was Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers was named a mem- "e"e ^ f"** f eVen ,he most Professional politician AnTkl
.iT Qn Fr.anCe had COme to" ber of ^e Boa^ by Acting Governor Charley MKcCar1hy\ hc has cme up against a foe who deals with tWari
gether to reassure one another on NATO, Ger- Johns. chauvinistic and atavistic qualities of mankind, who is bent on Jl
many. Communism, international trade and the
Near and Far East, without taking into direct
account the very source of their trouble.
We, however, take note of a significant oc-
currence at the Bermuda gathering which is
both heartening and discouraging, at once. Ac-
cording to news dispatches. Washington offi-
cials report that in his talks with Sir Winston.
President Eisenhower felt that Egypt must be
put under a promise not to attack Israel as part
of the settlement of the British-Eqyptian dispute
over the Suez Canal. On the face of it, this
shows the Administration's continuing desire
to maintain friendly relations with the Jewish
State despite its concurrent need to foster Arab
cllegiances.
I: is almost as if our qovernment has pohtely
warned the British that American repudiation
of Israel at the UN for the Kibya raid will not
mean cessation of spiritual and material sup-
port to the doughty little republic.
But more thorough study of Mr. Eisenhower's
proposal and the circumstances which must
have motivated it, seem to bring forth a gloom-
ier atmosphere. No nation can speak for an-
other. This would appear especially true for
the case of Great Britain and Egypt under its
fiery leader. General Naguib. who has told
London time and again that the Empire's mili-
tary installations must leave the Suez area.
Sir Winston's discussion with Mr. Eisenhow-
er, indicates otherwise. As we see it. despite
the strained relations his government enter-
tains with the General, there seems to be a
clear understanding between themthat the
price Naguib will have to pay for British with-
BIG Day H'-spoiisiltiliiv
m Greater Miami's Israel Bond Organization
will sponsor BIG Day on Sunday, December
20th. Throughout the day, volunteer workers
will canvass the area in a determined effort
to bring the Jewish State's message to resi-
dents here.
The story of Israel's rebirth in our time is the
miracle of this age. The influx there, since
1948, of hundreds of thousands of persons -
remnants of Hitler's holocaust, the poverty-
stricken and the unwanted in many Near East-
ern lands to the point where the young re-
public's population has doubled itself is a prac-
tical fulfillment of Biblical prophecy.
But no nation can survive on good intentions,
alone. Industry and commerce are the vital
elements that make the difference between
marginal survival and flourishing existence.
Through them, an arid land is made fertile.
Through them, the creative and productive im-
pulse of a people is brought forth.
The Israel Bond drive throughout our nation
and locally has done much to help the Jewish
State upbuild its industrial potential. This will
be the story BIG Day volunteers will bring to
our community in their city-wide canvass on
Sunday.
It is up to each one of us to hear them out
and to purchase bonds. Ours, also, is the duty
to join in their ranks and to bring Israel's tale
of rebirth and upbuilding to our neighbors.
Mrs. Malvina Liebman has since been ap-
pointed director of elementary education here
by School Superintendent W. R. Thomas.
Mrs. Meyers is the second woman to serve
on the Board. Her role in local civic, religious
and philanthropic work could hardly be des-
cribed in less than many columns, but it is
significant to note that her career began as a
school teacher at the age of 16, that she later
became a nurse, entered rural public health
work for the Red Cross and studied law at
night.
In 1928, Mrs. Meyers entered the Bar. She
founded and is past president of the Florida
Federation of Women Lawyers and is a mem-
ber and past treasurer of the federation's na-
tional organization. Currently, Mrs. Meyers is
treasurer of the International Federation of
Women Lawyers.
Mrs. Liebman's career, devoted almost ex-
clusively to education, is a tale of gratifying
success. At the age of 10. she entered Central
Beach Elementary School here. She began to
teach at that school 23 years ago and subse-
quently became its principal. With her ap-
pointment to the post of director of elementary
education last week, Mrs. Liebman has achiev-
ed one of the highest positions in her chosen
profession.
It is a tribute to both these women that their
work has not prevented them from assuming
active roles in the Jewish community. Among
other things. Mrs. Meyers is a director of the
Oreater Miami Jewish Federation and past
president of the Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations. Mrs. Liebman is on the Execu-
tive Committee of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
Both Mrs. Meyers and Mrs. Liebman have
brought credit to the area in which they reside.
Both have proved the degree of professional
accomplishment which women may achieve.
lag the legislative branch of fhe government so that it cannot com*]
with the President in making major issues a principle concerned
has brazenly told the nation in unauthorized radio and televisual
dresses that an attack against him is an attack against all UutukJ
ally American. J
S0Wy THEY GO HAND IN HAND TOW
At least, Mr. Eisenhower appears safe from being called theraj
man in the Senate. This was the Wisconsin Senator'* charge a*
Mr. Lehman when he said that the latter was taking advantage ofL
free postal service afforded government official* The Pre*idea;a
trying to tether Mr. McCarthy's uncontrollable ambition, has tkn|
employed upper echelon spokesmen in his defense. He was tool
with the Big Three meeting at Bermuda which, from all reports, mm
out to be but a macabre representation of similar meetings in d*U
yore. There, he met a dying Churchill who sat at the oceanshorM
wicker chair with his feet bathing in the surf, an impotent Lanieh
knows nothing of government and who was in no position to makee
mitments for France and an empty seat where the cagey Stalin i
pondered at Yalta and Teheran. Himself, he was no match forhiifk.
er Commander-in-Chief. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, whose stui
history has been equalled by few leaders on the American seme. v
On the day in which my letter from Mr. Lehman arrived, the P|
dent spoke before the United Nations. His speech was written taajl
the intervening hours between his takeoff from Castle Harbor andktl
arrival in New York. Before the international bodv whose dekipMH
are by now heavily concerned with the "very American activity of It]
McCarthy, he offered a plan for world atomic control Let doomod
that we shun the conference table." he said. "Allow all peoples ofaf
nations to see that in this enlightened age. the great powers of
earth, both of the East and of the West, are interested in human X"'
ations first." This was certainly the unimplemented *pirit of tnel
Three meeting in Bermuda, and it seems to me that Mr. Eisenhottl
should have been frustrated, indeed, were he not able to present.!
before the UN with the hope of its implementation there at somem
in the future. J
Undoubtedly, for officials at the United Nation* listening to I
there was a great disparity between these words and the senum.
ceaselcssly expressed by the junior Senator from Wisconsin, who I
told the American people that there is no hope for creating a worn'
bridge between East and West and who. in a hysterical attack a|i
LS bipartisan foreign policy, demands that we shed our allies if 1
be in order to make our isolation from the world complete.
Only two days later, at a Joint Distribution Committee roeetinf.il
New York. Mayor Elect Robert F. Wagner told his audience: ".. J%
nave found homes for the homeless and you have rescued those nur|
for death and set them on the path of life To those who had PI
TifmiS^iVes W to de'P*ir- vou brought hope and confidence and Wl
I he JDl. whose arms are the American Jewish Committee and the A*l
uefamation League of B'nai B'rith. would, itself, represent a suitaMTJ
arget for Mr. McCarthys infamous investigations one of his *J
leagues in the Senate. Jack B. Teney. of California, some ten n"I
ago published a 91-page book which he distributed in the Upper Ho*J
I his book, incidentally printed at government expense purported tN
an exhaustive study of the B'nai B'rith and of the un-American"*^
oers who belong to the organization.
National and international events thus occur and. by contrast*
i !rn'!,f',Cai,'0n' Crea,e c>'cle of seemingly unrelated experience to t*
j pound felonious action, to magnify inconsistencies in our thinking.
I to make of us men who. although speaking words, fail to commun*"
with one another. While the executive branch of our government ml
lor internal and external peace and harmony, the legislative bratw
submits to paralysis by whipping up the fear of undeclared war }
disun.ty The President has yet to meet Mr. McCarthy on the fi*J
battle In the aftermath of his triumphant appearance before thj
eo Nations, he returned to Washington to affirm and praise M
neclaration of Human Rights and the work of the Human ft**"}*
mission \ et. he is the leader of a nation that has repudiated lhtj*3
,- (oi"enVon- "lling it worthy for other peoples of the worW
unworkable for us. ^
' ..-Thrt!U8h h's suPPrt of the Bricker Amendment, the Wi" J
-tor is also opposed to the Genocide Convention. How "'"-^Zl
hower separate himself from the practical aspects of h.s poW3'
nations here and identify more completely with the i*JJJ
in rl" ^mingly underwrites? The problem seems more a*^
^^MfeL,,U"f t0 m-,ter of leadership. His future rests on~|
come of his conflict with Mr. McCarthy. The New York State **"
5P->- h"- Postmarked letter, may help the Presi***
mma if he u given the opportunity. As I understand it. !<


rRIDAY^DECEMBER 18, 1953
^JewisJifhrkttan
PAGE 5 A
iJI POSTS ARE FILLED; FRIEDUND, LEVENSON, UN, KURMAN NAMED !2K!LD-'
Four outstanding leaders in the i ing more than one half the funds
fields of welfare and philanthropy in the annual Combined Jewish
bve accepted key posts in the 1954 JAppeal.
:<.mbiPfd Jew||h A^qfll, il was H i*ffl l^*iliv<*Jta'tj*1fs Di"tl The Flying Squadron is
Innounced Ihis weelc by Aaron M. vision raised Jtidre ttari 50 percent lined grpu^ of campaii
anner, campaign chairman
Latest appointments are Sam
rriedland. Pace Setters chairman;
Lm C. Levenson, Initial Gifts
Chairman; Sam J. Heiman, Trades
thairman; and Abe Kurman, direc
lor of the Flying Squadron. Each
l:,s participated in previous fund
campaigns in behalf of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Samuel Friedland, founder and
thairman of the Board of Food Fair
Stores, Inc., is well known for his
participation in philanthropic and
community activities. He is a vice
'...sidcnt of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and served as
chairman of the Pace Setters Unit
last year's campaign. He is a
k,,st president of Federation, past
bn-ident of the Miami Beach Jew-
sh (inter and a vice president of
Mount Sinai Hospital. Friedland is
, it-llow of Brandeis University and
Ls served as chairman of the Jew-
pf tJie total campaign. Heiman is
the operator of a cleaning store
chain and is well known in the Mi-
ami area for many community wel-
fare seavices. He was Trades chair-
man in 1953 and is a member of
the Federation Board of Governors.
He has served for several years
as a group Leader in the Trades
Division for the Combined Jewish
Appeal. He is also a high ranking
officer in the Miami Elks Lodge.
A network of community trades
committees will be developed in
the '54 campaign to bring about
widespread participation by small
business men, Heiman stated. This
Last year, it was one of Kurman's
pledges which boosted the cam-
paign past the million dollar mark,
a stream-
paigners who
volunteer to'covcr the onusual arid"
"hard-to-reach" prospects in all di-
visions.
Kurman is serving *s president
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
and is a former vice chairman of
Sam Friedland
|i~h Theological Seminary National
Conference. He was recently ap-
pointed chairman of the Commu-
Inity Chest campaign on Miami
Beach.
Friedland has announced that his
I Pace Setters group will hold plan-
ning meetings at his home the first
[week in January to plan the Ini-
tial Gifts function at the Saxony
[Hotel on Sunday, January 10th.
This social event, which is expected
[to be attended by outstanding
world personalities of the enter-
tainment, government, philan-
I thropic and religious fields, will
.launch the pre-campaign program
for 1954, Friedland said.
Levenson is a member of the
Federation's Board of Governors
and a trustee of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital and Temple Israel. Last year,
he >crved as co-chairman of the
South Florida campaign for Yesh-
iva Iniversity Medical College.
Heiman, appointed chairman of
the Trades Division, has announced
he is confident his group will ex-
ceed the fine record established in
last year's campaign. The Trades
Division is responsible for secur-
Sam C. levenson
includes development of suburban
business men's councils and organ-
ization of campaign groups in in-
tra-shopping areas. More than 70
trades and professions will be con-
tacted by Heiman's volunteers dur-
ing the campaign. "The Trades Di-
vision must raise the bulk of the
funds in this campaign, and this
can be accomplished only by total
involvement on the part of each
and every business man in Dade
County," Heiman declared, explain-
ing the plan.
The traditional appointment of
Kmman to lead the Flying Squad-
ron was not unexpected in this
year's campaign appointments.
Kurman has been chairman of this
group in the past three campaigns
and has been responsible for suc-
cessful solicitation of some of the
Sam ]. Heiman
the Hotel Unit of the CJA. He is
a-member of Federation's Board of
Governors and has served for many
years with the Campaign Advisory
Council. Last year, he was also a
co-chairman of the Hotel Unit. Kur-
man led the recent building fund
drive at the Jewish Home for the
AS* Kurman
habilitation and resettlement car-
ried out by the United Jewish Ap-
peal through the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, the United Israel
Appeal and the United Service for
New Americans, said officials.
In addition to raising funds for
strengthening of Israel's economy,
Camp Program
A winter day camp program for
boys and girls, age six to 12, will
be conducted during the forthcom-
ing school vacation period at the
three branches of the Greater Mi-
ami,Jewish Community, Center. The
activities will berondurted on all
of the vacation days except the
Weekends and will offer an oppor-
tunity for supervised recreation in
a Jewish setting.
Full day program, similar to the
summer day camp operation, will
be conducted at the Center's Town
and Beach Branches. The program
(at the Beach Branch will be avail-
able to children enrolled in the
first three grades only. Activities
will include athletics, ga'mes, arts
and crafts, dramatics and singing.
A number of outings have been
planned as part of the activities at
the Flagler-Granada Center and
Town Branch, Such as trips to
Crandon Park and the Junior
Orange Bowl Parade. The schedule
at Flagler-Granada is on an after-
noon basis only.
Ernie Rich Uetn
2V#r Tumid Medal
Ernie Pick, 14-year old Explorer
Scout from Miami's Troop 338, re-
ceived one of scouting's three high-
est religious awards Tuesday in
ceremonies at the Miami Hebrew
the Combined Jewish Appeal also School and Congregation.
seeks funds annually in the Great-
er Miami area for support of some
40 national institutions and six lo-
cal agencies. These include Mount
Sinai Hospital, Jewish Home for
the Aged, Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation. Jewish Social Service Bur-
eau (Vocational Workshop). Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
Son of Mr. and Mrs.- Fred Pick,
75 S\V 10th Street, he was awarded
the Ner Tamid medal by Rabbi
Simon April. Miami Hebrew School
spiritual leader.
The award is given by the na-
tional Jewish committee on scout-
ing upon recommendation of the
local group. Ernie, who will be one
Aged to construct an addition to I ter and National Council of Jew-1 of only about five Miami council
house bedridden residents.
He was honored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
last year for his outstanding con-
tribution to that organization, and
he is a Board member of many
local welfare, religious and civic
organizations.
ish Women (Welfare Program).
The Greater Miami group of ag-
encies receives allocations equiv-
alent to 36 percent of the total
raised. Israel and the United Jew-
ish Appeal receive more than one-
half of the funds collected and civ-
ic defense agencies in 1953 receiv-
Other appointments on Kanner's j ed over $30,000 to carry on their
cabinet will be announced shortly, educational programs combatting
and positions of leadership are now bigotry and anti-Semitism and
being filled in all working divi-1 strengthening democratic institu-
sions and units in preparation for: tions.
the drive, Kanner reported. Start- i Major groups in this classify-
ing in mid-January, the campaign | tion include the Joint Defense Ap-
blueprints call for numerous peal (Anti-Defamation League and
brunches and dinner meetings fea-1 American Jewish Committee), the
turing internationally famous
speakers and entertainers who will
appear at these major functions to
tell the story of Jewry's great
American Jewish Congress, the
Jewish Labor Committee and the
Jewish War Veterans. Other
funds are allocated to a host of
needs in 1954, of the globe-girdling j service, cultural, religious and edu-
largest contributors ~ in the area. | program in the field of relief, re-1 cational and health institutions.
scouts to own the Ner Tamid, is a
junior cantor at the Miami Hebrew
School and is slated for his Eagle
Scout badge next month.
Scoutmaster is Alvin I. Siegel
who, himself, last month became
one of the nation's few scout lead-
ers to be awarded the Ner Tamid
medal.
Feature Added to Jewish
Forum of the Air
The Yiddish commentator, Louis
Gross, of Philadelphia, is the new
additional feature on Simon Sei-
den's Jewish Forum of the Air
every Sunday. 10:30 a.m., over sta-
tion WMIE. Gross has been a jour-
nalist and radio personality during
the past 24 years. He is noted for
his radio feature. The Face Of The
Globe Today.
B'nai B'rith Women Plan Parties, Meet
North Dade Chapter of B'nai eember 23rd 1 p.m. Mrs.
B'rith Women will meet on Tues- Isaacs
day, December 22nd, 8:30 p.m., at
the North Dade Jewish Center,
13630 W. Dixie Highway. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Ida Optner,
district vice president, who will
disuss the Hillel House at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
*
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold their week-
ly menorah games party at the
Empress Hotel on Wednesday, De-
North Shore Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold their me
norah party at the Monte Carlo
Hotel on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.
Chicago Club to Meet
The Chicago Club of Greater Mi-
ami will hold its annual get-to-
gether party on Sunday, December
20th. 6:30 p.m., at the Hibiscus Ma-
sonic Temple.
Paramount Poultry, Inc.
1335 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-3578
Singers of Israel to
Appear at Dade Auditorium
Plans have been completed for a
concert here by the Singers Of Is-
rael which will be presented at the
Dade County Auditorium on Jan-
uary 26th, 8i30 p.m.
Cantor Samuel Malavsky and his
Family Choir of six will present a
two-hour program of Jewish-He-
brew music.
The concert will include Hebrew
liturgical choral selections and
solos, Jewish and Hebrew, as well
as Palestinian-Israeli folk songs,
and American spiritual selections
There will also be several rendi-
tions of American-Yiddish swing
and popular songs by the Marl in
Sisters.
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Zionist Crisis Viewed
Der Yiddisher Forum will meet
on Saturday evening, December
19th, 8 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation, 1415 Euclid Avenue.
Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, E. Leso-
woder and I. Minenberg will speak
on: The Crisis In Zionism.
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+Jcis*ncrk*t*r
^AY^DECDto
Wolf sons to Reside
In Jacksonville
Rabbis Sidney Lefkowitz and Jos
eph Narot officiated at the wedding
i : Miss Shirley Rose Wax and Na-
than Wolf son at Temple Israel em
December 6th.
The bride i> the daughter of Mr
a-J Mrs. Charles S. Wax. **5 N
Mtta Street Mr Wolfson is the
s n of Mrs. Morns Wolfson. Jack
i nville. and the late Mr Wotf-
5 D.
Matron of honor was Mrs Sylvia
I'-.gen. sister of the groom, of Tul-
M, Oklahoma. Miss Betty |
I < rg. Daytona Beach, was maid of
h nor. Bridesmaids were Miss Car-
Wolfson. Jacksonville, and Miss
Mareia Wolfson Carla Roth and
} ala Sue Roth were flower girls
Beat* IB Ml was Cecil Wolfson.
brother of the groom from Nn
York City. Acting as ushers were
Frank Heiman. Jacksonville. Ash-
' -ih Weisman, Tampa. Martin
Stein, Jacksonville. Earl Stone and
S-.nford Wax. brother of the bride.
\.r. Wax gave hi.s daughter in mar
riage.
' A reception followed the cere-
ttony at Kaplan Hall. The couple
?:t for a wedding trip to Jamaica
. hey will reside in Jacksonville on
ir,tir return
fleth David Women Slate
A.'ew Year's Eve Donee
Beth' David Sisterhood will hold
a New 'Years eve dance on De-
cember 31st.
Music will be
loy Jacques Don
let and his or-.
.hestra Dinner I
md entertain-
ment are also.
I planned. Ticket'
I chairman is Mrs ,
Harry Gordon.
Assisting Mrs !
Harry L a u f e r .
< irmun. in the arrangements are
the Mesdamea Harry Oliphant,
president, Nate Davidow, Bert
SI er. Harry Gordon, David Parnes. I
AJ Schloss, Nathan Kay. Sidnc\
Z ickerman. Harold Berney. Sidne>
I aniels, Sam Diekaon, Isadore Ber-|
Sam Badanes. Nate Spiegel-
I I) and Frank A. Rose.
Mrs. Uwm4 i. WmmsHim
m*oto 11 a
I Kahlcr, Weinstein
Wed December .~>th
In a double ring ceremony Sat-
urday evening. December 5th. Miss
Joan R. Kahler. daughter of Mrs
Belle Cook. 1616 Euclid Avenue,
became the bride of Edward B.
Weinstein. son of Mr. L. Weinstein.
1055 Lenox Avenue. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman performed the ceremony
in his study.
A reception and buffet dinner
followed at the Continental Hotel.
The bride selected an imported
chantilly lace and tulle ballerina-
length gown with cap sleeves and
long mits of matching lace. Her
fingertip illusion veil was attached
to a Juliet cap of lace. She car
ried orchids on a Bible.
The bride and groom both re-
ceived their degree- at the I'niver- j
Mty of Miami Mr Weinstein is a
member of Alpha Phi Omega Fra-
ternity.
The couple will motor through
the South and n.ake their home in
Red Bank. New JCTte]
Shane, (iolclfarb
Betrothal Tokl
Miss Eleanor Shane and Murray
Goldfarh are engaged. Mr. and
Mr> Jack Shane, of Lawrence.
Long island. New York, parents of
the bride-elect, announced the
couple's betrothal.
Mr. Ooldfarb is the son of the
Samuel J Goldfarbs. New York
Ot> and Miami Beach. He is a
graduate M the Columbia Gram-
mar Preparatory' School. New York,
and of the I'niversity of Miami. A
member of Pi Lambda Phi Fratern-
ity and a veteran of service in the
IS Army Medical Corps, he is
presently an executive with Per-
fection Frocks. Inc.
Miss Shane will receive the BFA
degree from Cornell I'niversity in
January She attended the Art
Students League in New York and
is a member of the national archi-
tecture honorary. Alpha Alpha
Gamma, and of Sigma Delta Tau.
The couple plan to be married
in February'
Mrs. Grossinger Named Co-Cha^
Hebrew Academy Dinner bnuaru nu
Beach Mayor, Wife
Entertain Israelis
Entertaining her mother, Mrs.
Ester Chmio. and Miss Miriam Zel-
man are Miami Beach Mayor and
Mrs Harold Shapiro.
The city's First Lady flew to
New York, where she met the ar-
rivals from Tel Aviv. Israel, and
accompanied them back here.
Mrs Shapiro is a native Israeli.
Leonards Are iarly
Winter Resident Arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Leonard, of
Harmon-on-the-Hudson, New York,
are among the early arrival winter
resident here. They are staying at
8200 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach.
Mr. Leonard is the author of
Americans All, now going into its
fifth edition.
Mrs. Leonard is author of Jew-
ish Cookery, in its seventh edition,
and food columnist for Jewish pub-
lications from coast to coast.
Naming of Mrs. Jennie Gros-
singer. Miami Beach communal
leader and noted hotel opet?tor
I here and in New York, as co-chair-
i man of the sixth annual dinner of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
| emy was made Wednesday by May-
or Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach,
honorary chairman. Charles
Fruchtmarf and B. F. Bender also
are co-chairmen.
The $100 a couple function will
be held Sunday night, January
j 17th. at the new Di Lido Hotel.
| Mrs. Grossinger is active both na-
tionally and locally in the United
I Jewish Appeal. Israel Bond drive,
| Albert Einstein College of Medi-
cine. Yeshiva University and many
other philanthropic movements.
A general membership meeting
of the Academy, including all af-
filiated groups, will be held on
Monday night, December 21st, at
the Hibiscus Auditorium. Repre-
sentatives of the Hebrew Aademy
Women, the Fathers' Club and the
Room Mothers will join the Board
of Directors and members of the
Academy.
Harry Genet, acting president of
the Academy, will open the meet-
ing and introduce Rabbi David
Shapiro, of Hollywood, who will
preside. Rabbi Shapiro is a mem-
ber of the Board of the Academy
and former membership chairman.
Rabbi Morris Skop. of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center, will be the
principal speaker. Rabbi Skop is
the father of Raphael and Eli Skop,
Academy students.
The Hebrew Academy Chorus, ac-
companied by Mrs. Miriam Donner-
stag. will entertain. Business re-
ports will be submitted by the ad-
missions, budget and finance, mem-
bership and Board of Education
committees.
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en, and Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs.
Jerry Sussman. journal co-chair
men. will also report.
- -

\
Mrs. iHnit CrMM*,
Mrs. Goldberg Feted!
At Birthday Party
Dr. Philip Goldberg honored{
wife on the occasion of her boftj
day with a party held in their hosstl
at the Southgate Apartment* 10J|
Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach.
Guests present included Mr all
Mrs. Meyer Friedman. Mr. and Hn I
Morris Michalovitz. Mr. and fa
George Burkin. Mr and Mrs Sa>[
uel Mandiberg. Mr and Mrs k I
than Levin. Mrs A. PerliuM,]
Miss Kay PerlmuUer. Joseph k-l
doff and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer To) |
man.
A toast to Mrs Goldberg wasp>
en by Mr. Friedman Gift by tkl
guests was a specially desipa)]
plant.
Couple to Mark
Anniversary Early
Mr and Mrs Abraham Rosen-
I :d. of 1234 12th Street Miami
J:- ach. will mark their 50th wed
< :.g anniversary on February 28.
. 54 But the) are advancing the
< te of their celebration in order
t take their children and grand
t ildren on a trip to Cuba
The Rosenfields decided to "up
date" the calendar so their grand
daughters, Marjorie and Sandra.
< jld take advantage of their holi-
vacations from school.
Marjorie. 12. is the same age
that her mother. Mrs Lillian Le-
v. nberg. was when she first visited
I -ba Sandra. 9. will be a few steps
{head of them when she looks back
on her initial trip to the island.
Also making the trip will be the
R senfield's son, Lewis, who oper-
.- s a Boston clothing factory
flatted by his father in 1902. A
hativa of Lithuania. Mr Rosenfield
I DC to the United States in 1896
: I joined the army soon after. He
r t his wife, who was born in
Russia, in Boston where they were
r rried in 1904.
friedmans Are Grand
Great Grandparents
sir and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of
1320 SW 13th Court. Miami, be-
came grandparents and great
grandparents on the same day, De-
cember 2nd.
A daughter was born to their
yr ungest daughter on that day. A
granddaughter announced the birth
of a baby girl at the same time.
Mrs. Friedman is in Cleveland,
Ohio, with the new arrivals.
And
Klein to be Sterling Guest
Stephen Klein, of New York
C.-ty, president of Barton's Bon-
J nniere. well known chain of Con-
tinental Chocolate shops in Newt
York, Philadelphia. Detroit and
Newark, will arrive on Friday, De-'
cember 18th, for a two-week stay
at the Sterling Hotel in Miami
Beach

It gives us great pleasure to announce the
Grand Opening of our beautiful new store in
Coral Gables at 279 Miracle Mile, Saturday,
December 19th.
Everyone is invited to attend this gala event.
A lovely free gift is yours with my purchase,
regardless of amount spent, during the
opening week of our Coral Gables Store.


)AY, DECEMBER 18, 1953
+Jmlst) tMgtkui
lomi Group of Hadassah to Install
rs. Soltz as President December 20th
Irs Gerald P. Soltz will serve
first president, of the newly
hcd Naomi Group of the Great-
liami Chapter of Hadassah. She
bo installed with the other
ters at the group's dinner dance
..icember 20th, 7:30 p.m., at
johnina Hotel.
Jther officers include the Mes-
ses Daniel Finkejstein, Arthur
shhein and Murray Levine, vice
tidents; Don Stuart, financial
,ft;iry; Emanuel Seitlin, treas-
[; Nathan Synamon, correspond-
fspcretary; Herbert Buchwald,
ding secretary; Maurice Sim-
is, parliamentarian; and Eu-
Somberg, social secretary.
Lrd members include the Mas-
ks Arthur Ben, David Seitlin,
jdon Hacker, Burton Yagoda,
jam Sanes, Norman Shandel-
I, Morris Goldfarb, Marvin Lie-
' Ralph Swisko and Stanley
Oman.
s. William Lee, vice president
|he Greater Miami Chapter of
ssah, will install the new offi-
I. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, Chap-
I president, will bring greet-
|. Mrs. Burton Yagoda will act
oaster of ceremonies and is in
\ge of arrangements.
Mrs. Cerofd P. Solti
Mrs. Soltz is past president of
the Southern Region of Junior Ha-
dassah, past president of the
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai
B'nth and Women's Council of
South Florida.
ephen Michael Grussmark,
In oi Mr. and Mrs. Robert
russmark, 721 Meridian Av-
_ue, will become Bar Mitz-
ph at the Miami Beach lew-
Center on Saturday. Rab-
Irving Lehrman will offi-
ce. An eighth grade stu-
bnt at Miami Beach Senior
Igh School, Stephen attends
|e Religious School of the
liami Beach Jewish Center.
Bernard Joshua Drucker, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Druck-
er, 1030 Washington Avenue,
will celebrate the occasion of
his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
at the Miami Beach Jewish
I Center. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Bernard
is an eighth grade student at
Miami Beach Senior High
School and attends the Reli-
gious School of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Roberta Sprintz, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Sprintz, 5839 Al-
ton Road, Miami Beach, will return
home from Briarcliff Junior Col-
lege, New York, next week to
spend the holidays with her par-
ents. Miss Sprintz, a freshman, is
majoring in art at Briarcliff and
is a member of the Drama Club
there. She was graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School,
ft H &
Al and Jack Goldman, of Miami
Beach, have flown to Chicago, Il-
linois, to attend the dedication
ceremonies at Anshe Emess Syna-
gogue in honor of the memory of
their late brother, Rabbi Solomon
Goldman, former spiritual leader
of the congregation.
fr ij &
Lauretta De Young, of Detroit,
Michigan, is now residing at the
Cynthia Hotel Apartments on
Washington Avenue. A teacher of
modern piano, she is a former stu-
dent of Herman Wasserman who
also taught the late George Gersh-
win.
it iJ -fr
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen, of
281 NW 104th Street, announce
the birth of their daughter, Lisa
Castle, on Sunday.
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Be Bar Mitzvah
Harold Bernard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Levine, 1560 SW 5th
Street, will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday m6rning, December 19th,
at Beth El Synagogue. Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate.
Harold is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Ada Merritt Junior High
School and attends Beth El Re-
ligious School, where he has been
captain of the safety patrol.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will
be hosts at a dinner for the family
Saturday evening.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiss and fam-
ily, of Roslyn Heights, Long Island; I
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levine, of Col-
lingswood, New Jersey; Dr. and
Mrs. Henry Weiss and family, of
Cedarhurst, Long Island; and Mrs*
Chrales Waxman, of Flushing.
Ardmore
Marc Darryl Sokolik, son of
Mrs. Morris Sokolik, 4300
Nonh Michigan Avenue, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, December 19th, 10:45
a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
ciate. Marc, a student at Beth
Sholom Religious School, is
in the eighth grade at Nau-
tilus Junior High School.
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+Jmi FRIDAY,

400 Attend Dinner
For Van Straaten
Some 400 per>ons attended a
testimonial dinner for Alex Van
Straaten Sunday evening at the
Sterling Hotel Honored a> the
Sareze Continues Direct
Sales Policy of Women's
Sportswear fashions Mere
Cerge B. Keller, president of
Sarexe Sportswear, this week an
nounced the opening of a new ad
Report Ike Asks for
Israel's Protection
Continued from Pjo 1 A
partment would pay more attention
to the Arab 'League arguments at
the I nited Nations, the formula
1 -t president of the Miam. Beach djtl0n t0 hiji company at 279 Mir
l-ra*l .*iU*f r'*Jf.-* ^ K-le Mile in Coral Gables
i.-rnn of his ,0th nirthda\ i _,~^,ntion eiven his four
Prirtia* ajVaaw, at tion was Judge Joseph imbiber*. unprwde.nle<1 gr,)tt1h. was the di- er for settlement of the Suez Canal
vice president of the StHri Or ^ cause fof opening the new es. jssue h reported ,0 have stipulated
Wins Trip to Israel
Mrs. Jack Drickery. of Orlando.
Florida, has won a Jewish National
Fund round trip to Israel. The
award was made at a meeting of
the Board of Directors of the JNF ""> of Gerrruny
in which representatives of all grounds that SUch
Zirthist groups participated. Mrs.
DricJtey was grand prize winner,
receiving an additional $230 for
expenses.
H. I
8* Coalition
Continued fr** P|
armament of
The American formula, rejected
by Mr Churchill, called for the
ganization of Anwica ublishment. according to Feller
He declared that the ZOA fa the sUCCPSsfui manufacturer and
bulwark of all American Jewish ^^ of mmm/t spor,swear..
activity in behalf of Israel, and Keer inaugUrated the policy of withdrawal of British troops from
called on the American people to'
support the Jew:-
" stores, thus eliminating the middle
man's profits and offenng smart
creations at outstandingly low
prices.
Feller's wife. Sara, has been a
that the Arabs ut
peace table
New York State Attorney Gener-
al Nathaniel Goldstein made a
presentation to Van Straaten in be-
half of the Jewish N .rd
A grove of 1.000 trees will be
planted in Ism 1 m ""*" '! le
hit honor
Police Ordered to Arrest
Persons Posting Scurrilous
Placards in St. Petersburg
ST. PKTKRSBl KG. Fla iJ I \
St. Petersburg police wore under
(Tiler- todaj I" arrest .my persona
putting up anti-Semitic posten
within the city limit- in violation
City Council ordinance The
order was issued after Midden
burst of anti-Semitic activit) re
ted in five blocks on the North
Side being heavily plastered with
ten linking Communism and
aism and calling for hall to
li wish immigration "
At the mum time, tracts were
distributed to most homes in the
stressing the same themes
i ipt of anonymous, scurrilous
> r- by Jewish residents of the
rener mnutuniini wc h"111; --------------- ---------
lerican peopn? to developing and merchandizing his; the Suez Canal on the basis of an
. -h |S-r^.T*JI ^original style products in" his own Egyptian agreement to allow the
of war.
Meanwhile. Israel asked the Brit
ish Government to obtain guaran-
tees that Israel ship pang would not
be locked out of the Suet Canal
and to dismantle and remove the
Ben Gurion Retires
To South of Israel
Continutd from Pag* ] A
is able to make the lands of the
region flourish for the benefit of
all its people and for the consoli-
dation of world peace, the Jewish
State will be compelled to take
special security measures in the
border which "occasionally give
rise to inconveniences for some of
the inhabitants of these areas,"
Mr Ben-Gtfrion said. He voiced
satisfaction for the support giv-
weapona and other equipment at | en the government by the mmori
17 airfields and ten military camps [ ties in Israelthe Moslems, Chris-
in the Suez area before Britain
make a final agreement with Egypt
on the fate of the Suez Canal, the
BOU -paper Maariv reported in Tel
Aviv A Foreign Ministry spokes
man in Jerusalem refused to com-
ment on the report
The newspaper said that Israel
approached the British Govern
ment a- early as April of this year
asking that it bt consulted on the
Suez situation, especially on mat-
Ffecting Israel- security. The
tians and Drupes.
He pledged 'that Israel would
never forget the sympathy and
support it received at various
times and from various areas by
its well-wishers and friends among
the nations of the world. But. he
underlined. Israel's liberation did
not come from without. "Its
achievement was due to the realiz-
ation of our first pioneers that we
must not rely on others, nor must
we look to the nations for favors.
U
<
oak. mean the r^
Mr. Sharett. K0reiml
wellasAcl,n;Premierilli
up ,he K"......' debate on fa
affairs, told Parliament ,
rael's policies toward fa
or toward the question of,
ting Arab refugees, or to th
velopment of Jordan Rjvw,
"must primarily be built,
rael s sovereign right to i
affairs and aspirations u,
for our needs."
Referring specifically t0
American relations, be pal
that there had been -|_
downs" in the I nited StafaTi
toward Israel from
Roosevelt, through Tr
Eisenhower. But even wi
were "downs" in that
stressed, there were also
sions of sympathy and
and political aid.
Sons of Israel Decticgj
New officer- of Louis n j
deis Lodge. Free Sons of L
were named Saturday, Taj]
Dr. B. A. Kir-chcnbaum. pn
Louis Cohen, wee presida
Ko-enthal. recortuBf
Morris Enzer. correspond!
Jewish State also approached the | We must achieve our salvation tary; Harry Hoffman, t.
other Western Power- and asked through our own efforts," he de- j and Burton Yagoda, financial
for hacking of its demands on Brit-1 clared. I tary.
ain.
George feller
and nnn .lews with Jewish significant factor in the success of
Sareze. She has been a motivating
force in the growtli of the persno-
alized enterprise since the found
the first Sanaa store in the
ax) block on Washington Aveaoe,
loaaa ii\- fean ago.
Feller's own factory is at 2621
. name- wa- also reported
the authorities The letters wen
narked trom this citj
etive I.t Ralph Lee who was
_ned t" handle the case had
ent to the entire police
e to be alert to apprehend men
placing the ant. Semitic posten in NVV 2nd Ave Miami and ^
the city. Posters of this nature
v ularly
he warned.
will not be tolerated."
Duntov Discusses Mexico
ph Duntov was guest speaker
rsdajy evening at a Board meet-
. of the Bureau of Jewish EdU-
cation. Duntov discussed his re-
cent trip to Mexico
Ccssd Party Scheduled
: he Dora Stem Sisterhood of the
Israelite Center will hold a card
> on Sunday. December 20th.
8 p.m.. at the 'enter Mr- I Gold
berg is chairman
Oneg Shabbat Held
The Miami Young Zionist Dil
t' it will hold an Oneg Shahbat at
the home of tffcfck Doych, 980
SW ?th street. Friday. December
18th. at 8.30 p.m.
individualized fashions in women's
sportswear turned out there are ac-
cepted locally, as well as through-
out the countrv The Sareze trade
The British tjovernjnent refused.
nevertheless, to consult Israel. A
spokesman for the British Foreign
Office and Prime Minister Winston
Churchill declared publicly and
privately that the British were
keeping Israel's interests in mind.
Israel remained uneasy, and the
dissatisfaction deepened when it
was learned that no clause guar-
anteeing freedom of shipping was
included in the projected pact and
that Britain was planning to turn
the bases over to Egypt intact,
Maariv reported.
Israel pointed out emphatically
to the British Government that the
installations being left in Egyptian
name travels North each year with, hands could detect planes as far
the return home of thousands of
tourists who become acquainted
with Feller's fashions while vaca-
tioning here.
A resident of Miami for many-
years he is a member of Beth Dav-
id Synagogue and prominent in
Other Jewish civic and communal
activities. Fullers Coral Gables
store will have its formal opening
this weekend to serve residents of
that area
Israel Film to be Shown
Meeting of the Miami Young Zi-
onist District will be held Tues-
day. December 22nd. at the Bureau
of Jewish Education building. A
film on Israel will be shown.
away as Tulkarm and Nathanva.t
hampering Israel's defense plans.
It was also pointed out that the
Suez area, once granted to Egypt,
would connect Egypt with the Gaza
strip, now separated, in one con-
tinuous land mass, adding consid-
erably to its military value and to
Israel's danger. Maariv said.
Zionists Heary Judy Nathan
Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon
Club will meet on Wednesday.
12:15 p.m.. at the Shelborne Hotel
Judge Raymond Nathan, of the
small claims court, will be guest
speaker, according to an announce
ment this week by Philip V. Sal
mon. Xbncheon club chairman.
Frank Stanley will open with
his orchestra in the Zodiac
Room of the Delano Hotel on
Friday evening. The pianist
and his Big Little Five have
appeared in swank hotels
and clubs throughout the na-
tion. Stanley is particularly
well known here for his ap-
pearances at Miami Beach's
finest rooms.
Paramount Only Iviscerated
Kosher Poultry Plant in Stale
Paramount Poultry. Inc.. at 1335
NW 7th Avenue, this week an-
nounced that it is the only eviscer-
ated kosher poultry plant in Flor-
ida.
owners are Leo Reichenstahl,
George Abrams and Louis Bader.
They sjid here that they are un-
der the supervision of Rabbis Mos-
es Mescheloff. Beth Jacob Vaad
Makahruth. and Joseph E Rack-
ovsky, Greater Miami Vaad Hakash-
ruth.
Specializing in supplying strictly
kosher hotel- and restaurants, they
unite the public to inspect their
plant at any time. On their prem
ises are the finest quality fryers.
hens, caponettes. turkeys and
ducks, according to the owners
"We can suppl) one to 1,000," they
said bare
Wagers at Biscay
Top Last Year's
Biscayne Kennel Club i
to shatter all previeaj act
and mutuel play records
ami's oldest and largest i
track goes down the homei
of its first half meeting.
Barring interference (real
weatherman. Biscayne seeasj
stined for the third straigUi
to lead the other Flohk]
tracks in dollars wagered
During the first 22 ny
season, 158.532 fans wigni]
021.247, while fur the suk|
last year approximately tkej
number of people wageredf
813. The increase is $21*,fT
The average betting peri
far is just under 304(1
nightly attendance being e^
neighborhood of 6,100.
Racing Secretary Leo
is now busy getting up a H
24 best greyhounds at the I
which will compete for r
season finale crown to bei
January 5th, closing night faj
Northside Oval.
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Association, located at 1244 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, shakes hands with Arthur
H. Courshon, secretary, after lighting the candle of their first birthday cake. Standing (left
to right) are Milton M. Gaynor, treasurer; George W. Hirsch, vice president and comptroller;
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Novel is Dramatized
A dramatic duo on the book,
F:than Frome. by Edith Wharton.
will bo sponsored by the Adult So-
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will act as narrator, and Rosalyn
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3IDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1953
:ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Seudos will follow, with the Rabbi
discussing the Weekly Portion.
Junior services are at 10 a.m. in
Academy Hall.
+Jel PAGE 9 A
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRI-
JATION will hold Friday evening
lervices at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rab-
bi Boris Rackovsky will officiate.
Subject of his sermon is scheduled
Is: Blessings On Thee Little Men.
U the Oneg Shabbat following,
con O. Prior, special agent for
he FBI, will be guest speaker. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
Lm.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE
\l\OH will hold Friday evening
ervices at 5:15 p.m. Late forum
ml services are at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel will officiate and
egin a new series in the field of
daism and mental health. Sub-
let of his discourse is scheduled
s By The Sweat Of Your Brow.
he sermon will deal with the
Cachings of Judaism in relation
the need for every human to
kve a job to do and will" include
|e modern psychological approach
therapy and cure in mental 111-
kss by work and play. Cantor Ab-
kham Seif will render the musical
Irtions of the liturgy. Saturday
lorning services are at 8:30 a.m.
linrha will be at 5:15 p.m., fol-
ded by a Sabbath Social Hour,
fcily services are at 8 a.m. and
115 p.m.
I
ITEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
il Friday evening services at
|l5 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Nar-
>fficiating and discussing: A
Iwish View Of The Robe. Cantor
Icob Bornstein will render the
Meal portions of the liturgy.

IBETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
ild Friday evening services at
15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro
kil Cantor Maurice Mamches of-
tiating, assisted by the choir nn-
Ir the direction of Miriam Don-
|rstag. KabM Shapiro will preach
the topic: A Modern Leader
hd Prophet. The sermon will be
Lsed on the experiences of the
fbbi's grandfather, Rabbi Isaac
jterson, when he was tutor to
feigning Israel Prime Minister
Jvid Ben Burion. The Oneg Shah-
following will be sponsored by
. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow.
oral offerings will be by Mr. and
Bernard Fleisher. Saturday
brning services are at 9 a.m.,
fen Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
Weekly Portion. Mincha will
[at 4:45 p.m., when Kenneth, son
| Mr and Mrs. Bernard Fleisher,
become Bar Mitzvah. Daily
hices are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15
1ETH JACOB CONGREGATION
ll hold Friday evening services
5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Moses
kcheloff will officiate and
p.u h the sermon. Cantor Aaron
ingarten will render the. musi-
portions of the liturgy. Satur-
b' morning services are at 8:30
The Bar Mitzvah of Richard
Id son of Mr. and Mrs. George
tld. will take place during the
(vice. Rabbi Mescheloff will ad-
B the confirmand. Junior serv-
are at 9 a.m., under the direc-
|n of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Re-
Rhmenta will be served,by the
terhood, with Mrs. Aaron Wein-
V'en and.Mrs. Abraham Berg-
en as hostesses. Mincha is at 5
. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Ibbi Mescheloff will discuss the
pekly Portion. Daily services are
7 and 8 a.m. and at 5 and 5:30
CONGREGATION BETH TFIL-
will hold Friday evening serv-
h at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morn-
K MTvices are at 8:30 a.m., when
Ibbi Joseph Rackovsky will offi-
|lf and discuss: Encouragement.
* p.m., the Rabbi will preach
Ihe Weekly Portion. Mincha is
430 p.m., followed by Shalos
idos. Daily services are at 7:30
and at 5 p.m.

Ð EL CONGREGATION will
Id Friday evening services at
I5 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
|- are at 8:30 a.m., when the Bar
pzvah of Harold, son of Mr. and
Sidney Levine, 1560 SW 5th
M't. will take place. Rabbi
paryahu Swirsky will officiate
t discuss: A Rabbi Takes Stock.
fcjass in Talmud is scheduled for
P.m., and will be conducted
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate and dis-
cuss: A Credo For A Way Of Life.
Cantor Philip Brummer will ren-
der the musical portions of the li-
turgy as:*ited by the Center Choir.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on the Weekly Portion. The Bar
Mitzvoth of Bernard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Drucker, and
Stephen, son of Br. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Grussmark, are scheduled.
Daily services are in the chapel at
8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
*
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.,
with late services at 8:15 p.m. Rab-
bi Morton Malavsky will officiate
and discuss: Where Does Judaism
Start. Guest Cantor Nathaniel
Shlossberg will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 8 a.m. Rab-
bi Malavsky will preach on the
Weekly Portion. Junior services
are at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at
5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and preaching on the
topic: This Is Thy Day. Saturday
morning services will be at 10:45
a.m., when the Bar Mitzvoth of
Marc Darryl, son of Mrs. Morris
Sokolik, and Morey Moss, son of
Mrs. S. Moss, will take place. Can-
tor Samuel ftelemer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.

' MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
*.m. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic: Chal-
lenge And Warning. Cantor Berele
Kelemer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. A class in
Mishna is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.,
followed bf Mincha and Shalos
Seudos.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating and dis-
cussing: With God In Our Midst.
Cantor Edward Klein will chant,
assisted by the Center Choir under
the direction of A. Louis Mechlo-
witz. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Abramo-
witz will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:15 p.m. Late services are at
8:15 p.m., and will be conducted by
Rabbi Alfred Waxman assisted by
the Center Choir under the direc-
tion of Jerme Taft. Subject of his
sermon is scheduled as: Jacob's
Blessings As A Prophecy. The
Oneg Shabbat following will be pro-
vided by Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mackler. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m. Junior service/:
are at 11 a.m., with students of
the Hebrew School assisting-. Min-
cha will be at 5 p.m., followed by
Maariv. Daily services are at 7
a.m. and Sunday at 8 a.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER-wjll hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop
will officiate and discuss: Making
One's Life Worth While. Cantor
Irving Robinson will render the
musical portions of the liturgy, as-
sisted by the Center Choir under
the direction of Robert Strassburg.
Meyer Baskin, (enter president,
and Judge Sam Silver, member-
ship chairman, will present certifi-
cates of membership to those who
recently joined the congregation.
The Oneg ShabbaJ following will be
under the direction of a hostess
committee headed by Mrs. Jason
Grossman. Saturday morning serv-
ices will include the Bar Mitzvah
of Joseph Perkell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Perkell, 612 Palermo
Avenue. The Perkells will be hos
FLAGLER GRANADA Jewish
Community Center will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:15 p.m.,
with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and
chanting the liturgy. He will be as-
sisted by the Center Choir. Louis
Schwartzman, executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will be guest speaker. Subject of
his talk is scheduled as: Jewish
Education And Democracy. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Strumpf will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat following. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m., when Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Berg, will become
Bar Mitzvah. Students of the Re-
ligious School will assist Rev. Heim
in chanting the liturgy.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross
will deliver the sermon on the
topic: Jacob Never Died. Mincha is
dos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
and 5:15 p.m. Sunday morning
servives are at 8 a.m.
* *
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday even-
ing services at 4:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating
and discussing: Be StrongLet Us
Strengthen One Another. Kiddush
will follow. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Host
will be Hertz Weiss. Maariv will
conclude the Sabbath observance.
Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and
5 p.m.
* *
TEMPLE SINAI, Hollywood, will
hold Friday evening services dedi-
cated to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green-
field in honor of their 35th wed-
ding anniversary at 8:30 p.m. Rab
bi David Shapiro will officiate and
discuss: Who Is The Messiah. Can-
tor Joseph W. Malek will render
the musical portions of the liturgy
assisted by the Temple Choir. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Rev. Mordechai Haalman will
assist the Rabbi. Subject of the ser-
mon will be based on the Weekly
Portion. Junior services are at 10
a.m.
* *
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
Jewish Community Center will
hold Friday evening services in
honor of the students of the con-
firmation class. Preaching the ser-
mon will be Jack Becker, president
of the class. Subject of his topic is
scheduled as: What's In A Name.
The Oneg Shabbat following will
be given by Mr. and Mrs. Stan
Serotta. Daughter Dinah Serotta
will sing a solo with the choir.
* *> 'i *
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Hen-
ry Okolica officiating and discuss-
ing: Why I Am A Jew. The newly
organized Junior Choir, under the
direction of Lucille Moore, will as-
sist the Rabbi. An Oneg Shabbat
prepared by the Sisterhood will fol-
low. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold special services Friday at
8:30 p.m., dedicated as the first
Sisterhood Sabbath for the conse-
cration of new members, under the
direction of Rabbi Max M. Land-
man. The services will be con-
ducted by the three past presidents
of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Arthur
Borok, Mrs. Ben Friedman and
Mrs. Sam Altman. The sermon will
be delivered by the current presi-
dent, Mrs. Bernard Chesman. The
Oneg Shabbat following will be
given by the Sisterhood. The eve-
ning's program is under the direc-
tion of Mrs. William S, Locke. Serv-
ices will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday.
Topic of Rabbi Landman's sermon
will be: The Messiah In Our Time.
Junior services are in the tfaloff
Room at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at
5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos and Maariv.
*
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rab-
bi Louis Cassel will be assisted by
Cantor Albert Glantz. Subject of
the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled
as: Setting The Stage. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Marshall A. Goldberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goldberg, will
become Bar Mitzvah.
Saal to Attend
IZFA Meeting
In New York
The University of Miami Chap-
ter of the Intercollegiate Zionist
Federation of America will be
represented at the IZFA Central
Executive Committee meeting in
Red Hook, New York, on Decem-
ber 27th through 30th.
Irving Saal, president of the
local chapter and president of the
southern region, will attend the
meeting at which national IZFA
policy will be determined. General
discussion slated is: The Zionist
Dream And Israel Policy.
The U of M chapter has been
active for the past five years and
received national prominence for
its major projecta book drive for
the Israel school system. Saal said
here that the book drive for the
new season will begin on the UM
campus soon. Books collected are
earmarked for the Hebrew Uni-
versity at Jerusalem and for Hai-
fa's Technion.
The local chapter meets on Sun-
day evenings, 8 p.m., at Beth David
Synagogue.
Workmen's Circle Party
Isidore Cohen, of 820 Biscayne
Street, will be chairman of a card
party given by the Workmen's Cir-
cle and Women's Auxiliary, No.
692, an December 20th, 7 p.m., at
25 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach.
Junior Bowlers at Beth
David Meet Sundays
New officers of the Junior Bow-
ling League of Ihe Beth David Sun-
day School are Sandra Schreidell,
president; Rickey Feldman, secre-
tary; and Frank Kanitsky, treas-
urer.
The league bowls on alternate
Sunday afternoons. 1:30 p.m., at
the Trail Bowling Alleys. PTA ad-
visors for the Bowling League are
B. Samess and Mrs. F. Winkleman.
The league met Thursday eve-
ning at the home of Mrs. M. Baum,
1735 SW 17th Court. Miami.
To Nominate Officers
Nomination of officers will take
place during a meeting of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Association on Monday evening. 8
p.m., at the Town Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
Special Meeting Sunday
The Men's Club of Zamora Jew-
ish Center will hold a lox and bag-
el breakfast and special meeting
on Sunday at the Center building.
Go out to Sell
or stay home to Buy
Israel Independence
Bonds on
BTCday
SUNDAY, decTmber 20
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""DAY, DECEMBER u
Hershel Arrives Here;
To Organize local Group
For Sports in Israel
Colonel Harry D. Henshel, chair-'
man of the United States Com-
mittee for Sports in Israel, arrives!
in Miami Beach Friday to help or-]
ganize a Florida committee (or h-
group. Col. Henshel. vice president
of the Bulova Watch Co., has ju-t
been named chairman of the Unit-
ed States Olympic Basketball Com-
mittee. on which he has served for
the last 2o yean.
< il Henshel, co-chairman of the
New York Olympic Committee for
the 1952 games and a Jewish Wei
Mazer to be Guest of Honor at Reception
Monday; Israel Enterprise will be Feted
Colonel Harry 0.
fare Board representative to the
A At. led the United States dele-,
gation to the Fourth World Macca
biah in Israel in September. 1953.1
ii- well a- to the Third World Mac '
cabiah in 1950 Following the Sep-1
tember games, he spent a week in
Germany visiting Jewish chaplains
and troops as well as commanders
in Berlin. Heidelberg. Munich,
Nuremberg. Frankfurt and Wies-
baden.
He served as Air Movements
Officer on Gen. Omar Bradley "s
staff during World War II. Col.
Henshel's efforts for the United
States Committee for Sports in Is
rael are intended to aid the young
Middle East republic obtain neces-
sary sports equipment and trained
physical education instructors so j
that it can compete favorably with
other nations in the world.
i
A loal committee will meet with
Col. Henshel during the day at the
newly-opened Sterling Hotel, where '
he is staying Col. Henshel will
have charge of selecting a basket-
ball team to represent the United
Olympic Games in Melbourne. Aus-
tralia in 1956
Joseph M Ma7er. American Jew-
ish busir.. ud civic leader, will
be guest of honor at a reception
on Mnrrday night. December 21-t.
at the Saxony Hotel < harle- 11
Fruchtman and Joseph M BoM :1!
be hosts Hose i- former I hill HUH
of the Greater Miami Israel Band
campaign, and Fruchtman is a
Toledo. Ohio, and .Miami Beach
communal leader.
The reception will coincide uih
the official opening in Uriel Of the
American Israeli Paper Mills. Ltd .
at Hadera. midway between Tel
Aviv and Haifa. The plant, which
will produce industrial and con-
sumer paper products. was
erected at a cost of S4.000.000 by
Mazer in close cooperation with the
Palestine Kconomir <\>rporation.
largest American development and
investment company in Israel.
Israel will save at least $1,000-
000 annually in foreign exchange
as a result of the paper mill's pro-
duction. The mill has been con
structed by a leading American
engineering firm and has been de-
scribed as the industrial showplace
of Israel.
Mazer is active in the United
Jewish Appeal, and is chairman of
the Board of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University A direc
tor of PEC, he recently returned
from a special conference in Is
rael with Prime Minister Ben
Gurion.
Accompanying Mazer here will
be Dr Paul Rienbenfeld. Zionist
leader in this country and a former
leader in British Jewry He moved
to Israel upon its establishment in
1948. and joined the law firm of
Serlin and Elhanani in Tel Aviv
Since July. 1953. Dr. Riebenfeld
has been director of the Securities
Department of the PEC He holds
the same position in the newly
organized Israel Enterprises. Inc.
The new corporation. IEI. will
accept State of Israel Bonds in
partial or whole payment for
shares of stock in it There are 18.-
800 shares of common stock in
IEI. with a par value of $100. Is
rael Bonds may be converted into
the stock without additional invest-
ment of United States currency.
Under special arrangements
made with the Israeli government,
stockholders of IEI will be permit-
ted to receive dividends payable
in American dollars to an extent
not exceeding 10 per cent of the
investment per annum.
Befft fI Academy Launches
Prc-Friday ivt Program
Beth El Hebrew Academy will
sponsor a weekly pre Friday eve
ning radio program over station
WMIK First in the series of pro-
grams is scheduled for December
18th
To be known as. The Voice Of
Tradition, the series will be heard
from 4 to 4:30 p.m.
The program has been sched-
uled to reach every' Jewish home
just bef 're the advent of the Sab-
bath." Hiibbi Shmaryahu Swirsky,
spiritual leader of Beth El and
Academy director, said here. "This
will create the proper spiritual at-
mosphere for the ushering in of
the Holy Day."
Featured will b^liturgical selec
ti"ns and a weekly sermon by Rab-
bi Swirsky His themes will deal,
with the Portion of the Law and j
with Jewish tradition From time
to time," the Rabbi said, "there will
also be readings from the Proph I
els and the Psalms explained in
modern terms and as the readings'
apply to our age."
JCRS Plans Party for
Patients at Jackson
The Greater Miami Auxiliary of
; the Jewish Consumptives' Relief
' Society will give a party for pa-
tients in the tubercular ward of
t Jackson Memorial Hospital on De-
cember 25th.
Mrs Maurey Poncher is chair-
; man. with Mrs. John. Lunin. co-
chairman. Hostesses will be Mes-
; dames Bernard Moss. Joe Richman.
Herman Schoenfeld. Morris Golus-
kin. Pete Kaplan, Esther Ende and
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having attained the highest schol-
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Jmist> n-oridifun
Named Chairman of Mount Sinai
ee; Takes Post Fourth Straight Year
Ithi' fourth consecutive year,
L| .\. Wien, civic and busi-
ftader, has been designated
chairman of Mount Sinai
|\ annual Jubilee, it was an-
1(1 this week by Max Orovitz,
Lit of the hospital's" Board of
X, once again, the "all-star
will be staged at the Miami
Municipal Auditorium. The
It March 4th has been chosen
nut Sinai's only fund raising
of each year.
crept ing the chairmanship,
pvpiisscd gratitude at the
confidence and intimated
Jubilee goal would neces-
e much higher than in for-
Bves. "The hospital's deficit
Li is considerably greater
Ter before. The increased
[patient service, the greater
I of free and part-free cases.
baiue of our School for
at Nursing, the tremendous
[of the Out-Patient Depart-
Ltl of these and the many
tiergcncy and routine serv-
fMount Sinai, require great-
om the greater Miami area
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BYROADE SAYS HE MET WITH 'OLD FRIENDS'
feel confident that the resi-
knd visitors will manifest
j of our public service pro-
rongh cooperation in the
[drive," Wien stated.
trcar's "night of stars" rais-
,jximately $115,000. It was
ngn its paces by TV head-
Id newspaper columnist Ed
"We have reason to be-
Sullivan will again throw
nendous drive and show-
behind this year's Jubilee
his leadership and the
J efforts of many great en-
|r>. we hope to beat that fig-
knowiedged as tops in one
Iforts in fund raising."
V expressed the Board's
in the news that Wien
fcepted a draft from the
! Trustees to serve as chair-
the 1954 Jubilee. "When
a thing done well, call'on
man." he said. "Despite the
of business, family b^e
number of philanthropic
that occupy Wien's-time,
er willing to serve the com-
The Board is unanimous in
Sort. His previous record
optimistic that this year's
I be even more successful
stated that he would an-
Ithe names of his associates
|near future. "At an early
we shall determine our
v'e hope to come up with
ew ideas for enlisting the
pity's support."
Tear's Eve Dinner
Vest Miami Jewish Center
pterhood will hold a New
eve dance and dinner, ac-
to an announcement this
Leonard A. Wien
Israelite Center Schedules
Adult Education Institute
The Israelite Center is planning
an Institute of Jewish Education
for Adults, according to an an-
nouncement this week. The courses
will begin on Thursday evening,
January 7th.
Scheduled are the following: He-
brewto prepare the student for
reading and prayer. 7:45 8:30.
p.m.; Bible, Customs and Tradi-
tionsa study and commentary,
with part of the session devoted to
symbols and ceremonies, 8:25 -
9:15 p.m.; Elementary Yiddish
elementary reading, grammar and
conversation, 9:20 10 p.m.
Rabbi Mtrton Malavsky, spirit-
ual leader of the Center, will be
instructor. In charge of informa-
tion are Mrs. Sam Sandier and
Mrs. Ben Sirkus.
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Men's Club of Miami Hebrew
SchoolTinfi Congregation this week
announced that it meets on Mon-
day evenings at the synagogue,
1101 SW 12th Avenue.
On Sunday morning, 9:45 a.m..
the club will appear for a practice
session in the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center's Volley
Ball Tournament at the Town
Branch.
According to an announcement
here, the Men's Club recently
opened an account at the Dade
County Blood Bank.
Confinued from Pap* 1 A
President what he represented to
be the anti-Zionist views of a
large section of American Jewry.
On September 30th, the White
House announced the appoint-
ment of Morris Wolf, of Phila-
delphia, as genera] counsel of the
Foreign Operations Administra-
tion. Mr. Wolf is a member of the
executive committee of Mr. Ros-
enwald's ACJ. An FOA announce-
ment said Mr. Wolf would be
"responsible, among other things,
for interpreting legislation per-
taining to foreign operations, and
for assistance in developing for-
mal agreements with participat-
ing countries."
The FOA is directly concerned
with conducting the foreign aid
program with Israel, yet its gen-
ral counsel in private life is a
-\'iv Ituilding
Company Forms
A new company has been formed
called Sterling Builders, Inc., at 25
NE 20th Street, Miami.
Principals of the company are
Warren H. Bernstein. David Flee-
man and Leonard Pearl. Bernstein,
who is president of the new corpor-
ation, has been a resident of Mi-
ami and Miami Beach since 1941,
and until recently was associated
with the National Silver Company.
Vice President Fleeman, mem-
ber of the firm of Fleeman Build-
ers. Inc., has been in the building
business in this area for 15 years.
Paul is secretary treasurer of the
new organization.
A graduate of the University of
Miami with a degree in industrial
engineering, he has been in the
construction business for the past
three and a half years in charge
of project ponies for Fleeman
Builders.
Mizrachi Installs Officers
More than 70 persons attended a
Valve Ma Ike ao4 installation .of
officeii last weclfr Wo" by the re-
organised Mizrachi Organization of
Miami'Beach" l'a'n'd Greater" Miami
in the Strath Haven Hotel.
Host of the evening was Nathan
Ginsburg, owner of the Strath
Haven. Main speaker was Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, of Beth Jacob
Congregation. He also installed the
officers.
melnber of the executive commit-
tee df an organization devoted to
opposing the existence of Israel.
Mr. Wolf is listed on the 1952
ACJ letterhead as secretary of
the organization, listed side-by-
side with Mr. Rosenwald and the
treasurer as one of the three lead-
ing officers.
Rep. Jacob K. Javits, the only
Jewish Republican in Congress,
defended the Eisenhower Admin-
istration's policy toward Israel
until December 8th. On that date.
he raised a question of whether
the administration is now follow-
ing "a policy of appeasement of
the Arab states" in a way which
is biased and detrimental to
Israel.
Gov. Theodore R. McKcldin, of
Maryland, who nominated Mr.
Eisenhower for the Republican
Party, has very definite views on
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would be better if your Council
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demerits without attempting to
raise suspicions of disloyalty
against worthy and gerous iel-
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Gov. McKeldin said also that
"it is neither American nor de-
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MI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1953
SEC. B
IAEL AFFIRMS FAITH IN UN DESPITE RECENTCEM5URE
Rabbi April Named President
Of Greater Miami Group
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of Beth
Jacob Congregation, and Rabbi
Morris A. Skop, of the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center, will relinquish
their posts of president and secre-
tary-treasurer of the Greater Mi-
ami RShbinical Association to new
ly elected officers for the coming
year. Rabbi Simon April, of the
Miami Hebrew Congregation, and
By ARTHUR LEWIS
lewish Tlyrphic Agency
(JITED NATIONSDespite the
ir and one-sided censure Is-
-.uffered at the hands of the
Irity Council, the young Jew-
State has not lost its faith hi
Knited Nations: This was eiri-
lized by David Ben-Gurion
. he addressed newspapermen
he occasion of the sixth anni-
ary of the partition, of Pales-
J and the creation of the couh-
|n Tel Aviv; the retiring prime
Lter urged that the power and
prestige of this international
nization be strengthened in
teat interest of all the peoples
he world.
[eh is the magniloquence of Is-
an attitude in striking con-
to that of the Arab States;
lean imagine the obiloquy they
Id have heaped on the United
Ions if they had been con-
ned in a like manner. In fact,
Arab representatives here,
out any cause, have been at-
ling this organization in the
scurilous manner at every
kmbly.
jet, Israel would have been jus-
Id in feeling harshly treated
ihc Security Council for, aside
the fact that there was no
ftion of negotiations, and peace
ned like an ugly word, there
fan anti-Semitic tendency about
I resolution it adopted. As the
eli government statement com-
bing on it said:
The draft resolution of the
assburg to Conduct
IjCC Music Programs
fobert Strassburg, local compos-
end director, will conduct sev-
community concerts and other
kical programs for the Greater
Imi Jewish Community Center
konnection with the forthcoming
ei vance of Jewish Music Month.
|trassburg has directed commu-
concerts of this type in the
later Miami area during the past
eral years.
the Center is planning to devel-
la choral group and to stimulate
Brest among existing musical or-
kizations in the community for
lumber of public presentations
ring the period from January
three powers makes a clear dis-
crimination between the blood of
one people and that of another.
While censuring Israel for the Kib-
ya affair, the powers by their sil-
ence condone in effect the murders
committed by the armed forces of
the Kingdom of Jordan, including
those perpetrated by members of
the Arab Legion both before the
Kibya incident and since, until the
present day."
However, Israeli statesmen and
politicians are sufficiently worldly
wise to be able to distinguish be-
tween the wheat and the chaff,
the goats and the sheep of interna-
tional affairs. While deploring the
Security Council action, they real-
ize that it was largely due to the
most sordid and short-sighted poli-
tics, the efforts of the United
States, Great Britain and France
to regain their influence among
the Arabs.
Mr. Ben-Gurion takes an even
broader view. Of the Security
Council's censure, he says, in so
many words, that it is easy to find
the negative aspect of any organ-
ization including the United Na-
tions, and that we should not judge
it on the basis of the present situ-
ation, on the basis of the present
resolution, but on its great task of
being the bastion for peace and
justice throughout the world.
It is not just a case of turning
the other cheek, of being broad-
minded about the United Nations:
it has a very practical value as far
as Israel is concerned, for the or-
ganization keeps the state in touch
with the Jews living in other parts
of the world, only some of whom
are free to live as Jews. Mr. Ben-
Gurion, in pointing this out, was
referring, without saying so, to the
Jews living in the Soviet Union
and its satellites.
This is a very important func-
tion of the United Nations as far
as Israel is concerned, although
only part of the benefit it pro-
vides the state. In emphasizing
this, the retiring prime minister
expressed the hope that, when the
international situation is better,
Jews who are now "isolated" will
be free to live as Jews and to
maintain contacts with Israel as
well as their co-religionists in
other communities.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of the
North Shore Jewish Center.
Installation ceremonies will be
held at the home of Rabbi April
on Thursday, December 24th, at
the annual birthday dinner in hon-
or of the Dean of Florida Rabbis,
Dr. Jacob If. Kaplan, president
emeritus.
Announcement was made by the
association for the second time that
a Kaplan Scholarship in honor of
Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan worth $100
will be presented to two worthy
students to further their training
in Jewish leadership at the gradu-
ation exercises of the Hebrew High
School of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation of Greater Miami.
"We could think of no more
worthy gift to honor our beloved
Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan^" said the Rab-
binical Resolution statement, "than
to enable two outstanding students
to further their Jewish education
for future American leadership in
line with the devotion of Rabbi
Kaplan whose 79th birthday will
be celebrated by his colleagues in
the Rabbinate of Florida.
Kabbi Simon April

President Dwight Eisenhower (second from left) receives the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith America's Democratic
Leqacy Award from Henry Edward. Schultz, national ADL
chairman, as Mrs. Eisenhower looks on. The silver medallion
honors the President "for a life devoted to the furtherance of
freedom." Presentation was made at the League's dinner in
Washington, celebrating its 40th anniversary. Philip M. Klutz-
nick, international B'nai B'rith president, was host at^he
Committee Plant*
Torah iMnvheon
A committee meeting held
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Sam
Fuchs, 1444 Bay Point, discussed
plans for the second joint Torah
luncheon to be held March 25th at
jthe Hotel Lido.
Local conservative sisterhoods
' acting as co-hostesses will be Mi-
i ami Beach Jewish Center, Beth
! David Synagogue, Zamora and
I North Shore Jewish Center. Mrs.
'Henry Wernick, southeastern
, branch president, of Tampa, will
present the program.
The committee here is composed
of the Mesdames Samuel Fuchs.
chairman. Harold Shapiro, co-chair-
man, Miss Dobi Topkin. National
Woman's League and the Mesdames
Max Friedson. Leonard Wolfe,
Frank A. Rose. Harry Lauffer and
I Alexander Schloss.
| Officers are Named
Officers of the newly organized
Public Relations Council of Miami
Beach were installed at a luncheon
in the Algiers Hotel last week.
Installing officer was Hank Meyer,
director of the Miami Beach News
Bureau.
Officers are Jack Ross, presi-
dent; Ray Redman, vice president:
Mori Fremon, secretary; and Bill
Click, treasurer.
Weinrich Heads
Agudath Israel
New president of Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute is Harry Wein-
rich.
Other officers include Louis
Greenfield, Harry Kaplan, Louis
Langwald, Irving Pietrack and
Emerich Weisz, vice presidents;
Hertz Weiss, treasurer; Isaac Ha-
gen, financial secretary; and Max
Mendelson. secretary.
Directors are Mayor Harold Sha-
piro, Councilman Bernard A,
Frank, Morris Babok, Max Cantor,
Harry Cammer, Isidor Chaplik,
Nathan Ginsburg. Emanuel Green-
berg, David Rosner. Ben F. Silber-
stein, Philip Romer and David
Whitman.
Gabaim are Jacob Karzen. Solo-
mon Emanuel and William Feigen-
baum.
JWV Post Being Formed
Now forming is the Hialeah-Mi-
ami Springs Jewish War Veterans
Post, according to an announce-
ment this week by Max Goldstein,
51 To-To-Lo-Chee Drive.
Mrs. Grossinger
Is Honored
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Miami
Beach hotel operator, was one of
five women honored last week
by the Federation of Jewish Phil-
anthropies in the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel. New York City.
The others cited were Madame
Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, president
of the United Nations General As-
sembly; Imogene Coca, television
performer; Agnes DeMille, chore-
ographer; Mrs. Lytle Hull, of mu-
sic fame: and Mrs. Tobe C. Davis,
fashion consultant.
Mrs. Grossinger operates the
Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. In May.
1952. she was awarded a plaque
for outstanding work in behalf of
Yeshiva University, New York.
kerf Strotikurg
i\h to February 16th, which has
ten designated as Jewish Music
|onth. The celebration is sponsor-
by the National Jewish Welfare
k>ard, with which GMJCC is affil-
Ited.
[Tryouts will be held Monday
eht, December 21st, 8 p.m., for
Jewish Festival Chorus at the
pnter's Town Branch, 450 SW
Bth Avenue.
I'nder the leadership of Strass-
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stimulated among the many
roups sponsored by the Center
all age levels, through lectures,
foup singing and musical perform-
nces. according to Emanuel Tropp.
"IJCC director of activities.
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Society Will Make
State Farm Survey
Mrs. Farr Discusses
Europe, Israel Tour
A meeting Wednesday of Sister-
+Jewish ncrkSar
fashion Show Planned
At North Shore Center
Agricultural
The Jewish
bility of opening
office in Florida.
Purpose of the office will be to
study the possibility of Jewish
farmers' settling here. 'While
there are Jewish farmers in nearly
t very branch of agriculture scat-
t red throughout th- -tat\ the so-
c tty believes that great opportum
ties for future de\ilopment a '
< ^pecialiy in poultry farming." the
statement said.
The society has designated Her-
nan J Irvine, manager, to make
ihe Florida study. He will confer
with federal, state and county agri |
ultural authorities, social work-
ers and money-lending agencies ;
;.nd inspect farm offers and visit
with established farmers.
The society has branch offices in
New York. California. New Jersey i
iind Connecticut and was founded
.is an affiliate of the Baron de
Hirsch Fund in 1900 In charge of
information here is Mrs. Anna
lirenner Mevers.
Stairway To The Stars is Ihe
luncheon and f.ishion thy" wtyc h
New Hebrew Guide
Issued for Tourist
Soci- hood Temple Beth Sholom featumT W| ^ heUUwr* s*H. *# Ktar*
is studying the A Vi-it To Far-Away Placs With Sisterhood at t
NKW,^pK{
Hebre'
a branch Myra F'^rr
MR. Farr. immediate past
I'n-iilent of Sisterhood, has ju^t
\CfJ Award
to spoken
ily at the
isit Israel.
wi ih.' North Shore'Jew- made its appearance flaaTnPjk un
i-h Center i d*r 'he Dover Publications imprint
Mr> Daniel Wagner is chairman, with the title. Say It In Hebrew.
with Mr- Eofffl S< hwarz co-chair-: This book is part of a series of
man Assi-tim: will In- Mrs. Jack: phrase books on all the spoken
Klinger and Mrs Nat Stein I languages of the world.
Clothes uill be thOWB by Berne According to Hay ward Cirker.
Draa BaJoo. Knitwear will be by president of the firm, this is one
Frederika. with Madam Cooper of the few publications which ap-
ritewtaf intimate apparel. Fur- are pioache- the Hebrew language
by Adrian Thall. Beaded cash- mainly as a means of spoken com-
meres will be by Ann Margolis. munication in everyday travel. He
with beachwear by Ronnie Frock. pointed out that while there have
Mrs Klsie Belsky is in charge of | been many books that teach Bibli-
the following models: ^Mesdames cal Hebrew, "there has never been
Jack Klinger. Jay Neross, Gladys' an inexpensive pocket sized book.
Schaaps. Becky Hirsh. Jules Slan-1 especially written for American
-ky Selma Nankin. Roz Kirshberg. users, that provides the traveler
William Greenside. Mae Munchick I and the student with phrases he
1 and Shirley Grodis. Models' hair
[ will be designed by the Crown
; Beauty Salon.
Mrs. Joseph Feldman will pro-
i vide background music for the
fashion show. Mrs. Melvin Altman
is arrator.
Agudath Israel Institute
To Hold Groundbreaking
Agudas Israel Hebrew Institute >
returned from an extensive trip to w'" celebrate the groundbreaking i
can use on the street, at the rail-
road or bus station, at the theater,
at a restaurant or on a sightseeing
tour."
Say It In Hebrew contains over
1.000 phrases adjudged to be the
most useful for the modern tour-
ist by the editor. Aleexa Cert, and
a three-man advisory panel. Phras-
es are given in English, in Hebrew
and in a simplified phonetic spell-
ing set up especially for American
users.
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bottUng up Satan star E
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A special 80th birthday salute to at 3 p m.
Mother" (amille Baum. Sisterhood Rabbi I-aac H. Ever, spiritual
Board and life nenber, was also; leader, organized the synagogue
featured on the program Mrs Sid- two years ago.
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Ernest r Breech.
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DECEMBER 18. 1953
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PAGE 3 B
|A Calls for
Volunteers
^'appeal for 2,000 volunteer
Uprs to serve in the 1954 Com-
Cd Jewish Appeal has been is-
Ihis week to the Greater Mi-
jewish community by cam-
fen chairman Aaron Kanner.
F.\t least 2.000 will be required
lour general mobilization drive
Iroach the many thousands of
Jewish residents in the outly-
I communities of Dade County,"
nncr stated in his communica-
to more than 20,000 families
|he area.
n a joint statement from Kan-
\ and Carl Weinkle, president of
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
n attention is called to the fact
the unprecedented swelling of
Lulation in this area calls for
Bslment of many new workers
Ihe CJA ranks to effect proper
Lrage during the fund drive.
rhe Kanner-Weinkle appeal was
Itained in a picture folder en-
ed. The Inside Story Of Jewish
Eds Around The World, and por-
tis pictorially the varied services
ended to needy Jewry through
Combined Jewish Appeal. Em-
>si< is made of the fact that the
nual drive is the one community
jipaign designed to meet Jewish
Us everywhere in Israel, in
herica and in our own coramu-
, of Greater Miami.
ianner said that 'This is the
Jture-story of our CJA dollars at
>k. strengthening, building Jew-
I life everywhere. But it is an
finished story to which only you
j supply the ending. We need
Irkcrs to help us do the job. By
ting only a few hours of your
he you will save lives."
[elta Phi Epsilon
las Formal Dance
Delta Phi Epsilon Saturday held
first of its two annual formals,
nounced Lynn Salter, social
chairman of the
' sorority.
The Mardi
i Gras formal,
named after the
i Mardi Gras Ball
>JRoom, was held
i at the Hollywood
] Beach Hotel.
The affair start-
[ed with a cock-
tail party at 7
p.m., followed by
Mitt Solttr dinner, dancing
|i yards. A nightclub party in the
Jamingo Room of the hotel high
fhted the evening.
lome Residents
ire Entertained
[On Sunday, December 13th, mi-
nts of the Jewish Home for the
ged were hosts at an afternoon
entertainment.
Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, who staffs
le extension service of Greater
piami Jewish Community Center,
inounced that Joseph Vallelli,
tist and cartoonist on the Alex
|lbson Show, was featured.
! Vallelli, who has the distinction
being the first disc jockey over
le world's first radio station,
p)KA, has been in radio since
928 and in television for the past
p2 years. In addition to his work
the Alex Gibson Show, Vallelli
featured in his own television
rogram, Cartoon-0 Ville.
He presented Tricks With The
fine, followed by an impromptu
rawing session with, the residents.
The afternoon also featured
Ipencer and Lynne, of the Fred
Vstaire Studios of Miami, who
presented an exhibition of some of
tie popular ballroom dances and
novelty number.
As a final feature, Mrs. R. Kes-
pnbaum sane, favorite Jewish
folk melodies, accompanied on the
liano by Mrs. Sidonie Gluck, a
esident of the Home for the Aged.
Jrofherhood Week Set
Brotherhood Week, sponsored by
[tie National Conference of Chris-
Vans and Jews, will be observed
Tebruary 21-28, 1994, according to
in announcement this week by
iCCJ's Commission on Religious
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PAGE 4B
Men's Volleyball
League Formed
A men's volleyball league, con-
sisting of teams from the various
men's clubs of synagogues in the*
Miami area, yu organized this t
week by the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, it was announc-
ed by the Center's Town Branch
Physical Education Committee
chairman. Bernard WeksJaY.
Representatives from the follow-
ing synagogues attended the organ-
izational meeting: Congregation
Beth David. Coral Gables Jewisft
Center. Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation and Monticello Park (
Congregation.
The league marks the beginning:
of a new type of service by GMJCC !
to the religious institutions in the |
community. The league will be
conducted Sunday mornings. 10
am., at the Center's Town Branch.
450 SW 16th Avenue Both an in-
door and outdoor court will be
used for league play. There will,
also be locker, shower and steam
room facilities available for the)
participants.
On Sunday morning, there will,
be informal practice and instruc-
tion periods which will continue
until Jkecgfcber 27th. when offi-
cial jH^M>la> will begin Ab-
raham KoeMpin. Center's physical
'hicatid* jBfccnisnr. will direct
!*afoe. '
u-fsentaOr. of the rr..
club* mfio participated in the firM
Hag were M..X Jacoba. Levfce
Bandel. Betl^lfld: Al Garblick.
Merman Isaacs Coral Gables Jew-
isb Joseph Rutan^ky. Ed
Becker. Miami Hebrew School and
relation: and Ed Alter. Moo-
ticeilo Park
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"Hove a heart." were the words of wisdom said by Dorothy
Brown. Joe Goodman and Shirley Bach a% they prepared lor
the first annual minstrel show of the Pythian Sisters of Roose-
velt Temple No. 33 in behalf of the Heart Association.
Pythian Sisters
Slate Minstrel
The fir^t annual minstrel show
of the Pythian Sisters of Roosevelt
Temple No 33 took place on
Saturday evening at the Ada Mer-
nt Junior High School. 66X1 SW 3rd
Street. Miami.
The four year-old temple, which
reportedly boasts the largest mem-
bership in the State of Flordia. has
over 300 members
The show inaugurated the first
in a series of projects by the P\th-
lan Sister- throughout the State of
Florida in behalf of the Heart Al
nation.
The Grand Temple. Pythian Sis-
ters fr the State of Florida, has
Mont Sinai Hospitals Sch.-.I of designated the Heart Fund as its
Practical Nursing was cited last particular charity of the year and
week a- its executive director na<; remitted e\ery Pythian Tern-
Samuel Gertner. won a threevear' ?' *\ '" F,ond" '' make *me ef
fort to support this project.
Included in the cast of the minis
trel show directed by Joseph Good-
man, were Dorothy Brown. Sa
Iy Hollander. Shirley Braun. Bess
Silversteta, Edith Grossman. Shir-
1. Bach Belle Miller. Eunice
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Benha Goodman. Pauline HaODOaS,
d Kole Belle Raskin. Sylvia
Levine, Beaulah Cypress, Shirley
Lounge to Open
Official opening of the unique
Top o' the Columbus Sky Room
Restaurant and Star Gazers'
Lounge is scheduled for Saturday.
December 19th. it was announced
here by S. A. Lynch. Jr., president
of the Columbus Hotel.
Seventeen floors up. the new res-
taurant and lounge promise to be
one of the souths most unusual
and lavish rooms. Lynch said. The
entire seventeenth floor of the Co-
lumbus Hotel was rebuilt with the
exception of the supporting pillars.
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)AY, DECEMBER 18, 1953
Jfilled Dreams Mark Naturalization
arings for 500 at Local Federal Court
Llfillt'd dreams marked Miami's
Xpt naturalization hearings in
feral Court, when 500 foreign-
persons representing 47 na-
Iit,.s officially became new
['ens of the- United States.
E -olernn ceremonies were pre-
>,l over by Federal Judge John
Holland. Judge Holland and his
etary. Miss Florence Price,
re been associated with citizen-
programs for some 20 years.
terest of the entire community
Greater Miami's new citizens
s spotlighted by the first-time
isence. in an official capacity, of
large women's groups, the
e County Federation of Wom-
l'lub and .the National Coun-
>of Jewish Women.
presenting tta* Sroup. were
Samuel J.. Bobbitt. citisenahip
rman for the Dade County Fed-
ition. and Mrs. Sid Lewk. eve'r-
rhairman of aervice to the for-
.born. Miami sectien. National
jncil of Jewish Women.
,'hey had been invited to partici-
ie by E. Albert Pallot, director of
izenship training for the Harvey
Seeds Post of the American Le-
in.
,'ith Mrs. Lewis were Mrs. Elry
me. Mrs. Donald Rubin, Mrs.
ben Rochkind. Mrs. Charles R.
lobson, Mrs. Samuel Gertman
Miss Minnie Feinberg. They led
pledge ef allegiance to the flag
distributed citizenship book-
published by the Immigration
Naturalization Service of the
ip.irtment of Justice.
i) prominent in the four-day
(monies were addresses of wel-
ne by Gilbert J. Balkin. Henry
Halarn, Dr. Jacob H. Cunning-
|ni and Father F. J. Finnegan. In
rge of arrangements was Pallot,
(I spoke on opening day.
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PAGE SB'
Highlight of the Jewish Home for the Aged victory dinner climaxing their Building Fund Cam-
paign is the Chanuka candlelighting ceremony shown above with Home residents as partici-
pants. Shown left to right are Isaac Yourkawitz, Solomon Gross, Mrs. Bessie Mott, Mrs. Yetta
Kardan, Mrs. Sidonie Ghick, Mrs. Selma Bleiberg. Mrs. Esther Kaplan and David Jacobs.
The affair at the Shdbome Hotel, Sunday evening, surpassed the $200,000 goal.
Present at Miami's naturali-
zation hearings was Mrs.
Samuel Gertman (right) as
she watched Mr. and Mrs.
Max Nuchomovic (left) be-
come new citizens of this
country. Mrs. Gertman met
the young couple when they
^ first arrived here from Czech-
oslovakia. Mr. Nuchomovic
is a bookkeeper with the
Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. His wife
works with the B'nai B'rith
youth organization. They
make their home at 1555 SW
6th Street.
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, new county-wide program of citizenship training will be
directed by a special committee for the Harvey W. Seeds Post
Ef the American Legion. Seated (center) is citizenship director
E. Albert Pallot. Standing are (left to right) Helen Alpert, Jos-
eph A. Boyd, Department Commander of the American Legion,
Adjutant Jerry Ganz. Mrs. W. L. Learning, president of the
fWomen's Auxiliary, Harvey W. Seeds Post. Post Commander
iThomas Q. Sharpe and Legionnaire Henry J. Halam. The year-
Ixound program will include all new young voters, as well as
Inew citizens in this area.
A touching scene from Where's Charley A"nUecom^y
hit which will bow out at the Casablcrnca Hole ***
Left to right are Barbara Sohmers. Nick Ryder. Irv West in he
leading role and Nemi Frost. Sam Hirsch. P^"**
Casablanca Players, is currently at work on a sene, o famous
musicals which will inaugurate the winter season at the Mor
occo Room of the ocean front hotel. Where s Charley s Aunt
will play through Sunday evening.
No-Salt Tasteas is
New Manischewitz
Snack-Time Product
Three generations and more of
leadership in matzo baking and the
creation of fine kosher foods, tra-
ditional Manischewitz devotion to
quality and years of patient experi-
menting add up to a completely
new idea in good eatingNo-Salt
Tasteas, the bite-size Manischewitz
matzo cracker for snack time.
Tasteas matzo crackers have no
salt, but they have a wonderful
new flavor that's an adventure in
taste, a flaky, crusty tenderness
never before achieved. Their
wholesome, energy-rich quality and
unusual flavor make Tasteas matzo
crackers the ideal school-lunch and
after-school snack for active, grow-
ing youngsters. And for the more
sophisticated members of the fam-
ily, No-Salt Tasteas come as an ex-
citing new taste experience served
with beverages, drinks and juices,
with a variety of favorite spreads
and as a thoroughly different,
taste-teasing base for hors
d'oeuvres.
Of particular importance to
many people is the fact that Tas-
Fun Fair Makes
Bow on Causeway
Something new and undoubtedly
novel makes its bow and bid for
popularity in Greater Miami within
the next few weeks. Called the
Fun Fair, it is a heavily financed
pilot operation of a large corpor-
ation which chose Treasure Isle as
location for its initial venture into
a national chain of amusement ar-
eas dedicated to fun for adults and
youngsters.
A variety of attractions that em-
brace golf, captive fishing and
archery will vie for the partici-
pant's patronage within its 90.000
square feet, with a unique snack
and sandwich bar to appease the
player's and spectator's appetite.
Fun Fair will be situated on the
north side of the 79th Street
Causeway and extend 200 feet in-
to Biscayne Bay. Its street address
is 1620 on the Causeway. A free
hand in the planning and layout
has been given local architect Leon
ard Glasser. who has introduced a
Disney-like quality to the fantastic
and varied attractions.
The largest sheet of fiberglass
ever made in a single strip will
cover the roof of a unique, self-
service type restaurant, where
snacks, hot and cold relishes and
other appetizing teasers will be
served. A six-foot-long relish
counter, with a dozen hot and cold
mixtures of tasty condiments, will
probably become one of the great
attractions in the area.
In addition to the unique Free
Relish Bar, there will be a Make
Your-Own Sundae counter. The
customer gets the scoop of ice
cream and then mixes his own in-
gredients for the final result he
desires.
Miami Fun Fair. Inc.. is the op-
erating company with Bert Lane,
largest manufacturer of coin-oper-
ated kiddie rides, as president.
Bernard Firestone, well known res-
tauranteur, is treasurer.
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JTUDAY.

GLOBAL SHORTS
Food
Louis
Fair Store*.
Fair Advances Official to wT'
Stein, president of Pood, nent could ooh k "t
Inc. this week an
40 Jewfsh "Illegal" Retamees Mosae Oayaa a Homed
Leave Genaaay far Brazil 1stoel Anay Caaaaaaaar
HAMBURG (JTA, Forty ex-1 JERUSALEM 'JTA) A younf.
DP who left Israel within the l sabra who distinguished himself as
pa-t few months and cane to Cer-, a scoU for British forces in World
many, boarded a vessel for Brazil. War II"s Syrian campaign, was
Trick Pays Off far Nazis
Who Usee* False
under HIAS auspice* They belong-
ed tc the croup of 150 Jewish "re-
turnees" whose male' members
were arrested in the recent Ger-
man police raid on Munich's main
Orthodox DP synacvgue and were
sentenced to brief jail terms for
illegal entry HIAS hopes to ar-
ratge for the emigratioa of similar
groups to South America in De-
ceit ber and January
named this week as Chief of Staff
of Israel's Army of Defense. The
Cabinet approved designation of
Brigadier Moshe Dayan. to succeed
General Mordecai Makleff. who re
BONN (WNS) Nans who as-
sumed false nasass to escape Al-
lied authorities will be able to shed I
their clonk of concealment with ira j
punity if a bill passed by the West.
German Cabinet is approved by
Parliament. Inder the bill, those
S. Schwartz as director of public
relations for the chain.
Schwartz will also continue to
carry an his present Oetiii an di-
rector of industrial relations' for
Food Fair*, according to the an-
nouncement.
Stein added: The record of
Food Fair, according to the an
wmu ouxc mm*, win -j possible thr-, ~' **
nounced the appointment of Jules "t" >oti
""ding thuBi.r
^^bemiTL?*'
*ry and vitaL- '
Sctrwam has ben, _
iodu^triAl rmuoB, "'
ctivrtse, for Food P* '
**< ^px m^JJ
signed the post capping a career "* "*<>f*l J*toe names during.
that began when as a lad in his
teens. Dayan served in the defense
of his settlement a member of
the underground Hag ana h
Israel Government Dtscvsses
Buying Palestine Electric Co.
Radio Pnone to link Ben
Car ion Retreat to Capital
~the late Nazi era and the early
postwar period" so as to avoid I
prosecution, would be permitted to
law me their- old names without t
punishment if they reveal their,
true idenuty by July 1. 1954
"JSxzrjSLrssz"*
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
W**e""""t Bow, lUpBir, M p, w*
TEL AVIV (JTA) Da* id Ben
SALEM 'JTA. The IvGunoc. laying down the sword to
ra*-: Cabinet held an extraordinary
>e*cion this week devoted entirely
to tie question of whether the gov-
emaatwa) should purchase the Pa!-
Electric Corporation The
I was deferred The Cabi-
had previously discussed the
Ctez at several sessions and fail
- ooaoc to an agreement on the
of the purchase
take up the ploughshare, does not
intend to cut himself off entirely
from affairs of state when he re
tires to a modest home in Sdefa
Boker. in the Negev. it was reveal
ed this week. The cottage to which
he will retire is being provided
with radio-telephone equipment
capable of reaching any part of
the JewL'h State, newsmen who vis-
ited the settlement discovered
Cement Oeer Anti-Semrtrsin
Decliaiag Aatong US Jews
SEW YoRK JTA Concern
- anti-Semrtim a* an incentive
f r rartxipatsM m Jei>h affairs
iecn reknjated t< a minority
n ;r. this country according
I ..- Mswej conducted by the Cr.it-
SvnagofDC of America The
- conducted in cooperation
with th. \pplied Social
1 indicate
r*e-quirter- of the >ni
r teaden in the Cnited States
Canada beliese that th* ,>r.a
> the center of Jewish life
State Department ia Talks
With Council Far Jaaaisai
WASHINGTON WNSi Top
leaders of the American Council
for Judaism conferred this week
with Henry A Byroade. Assistant
Secretary of State for Near Eastern
Affairs, at a secret luncheon at
| the Carlton Hotel Both Byroade
' and representatives of the Counci
refused to divulge the nature of
I the talks Byroade said he mere I >
I met a couple of old friends. Lev
' sing J. RosenwaM. president of th<
Council, said there was "nothing
for publication about the meeting
German Catholics Reach
Agreements with Israel
OOtOGNE JTA. An agree tannrrrtinir IWt w.itL
ment on the disposition of German i wvnii neparrjTions roci WITH
Catholic property in Israel was
reached this week in Basle. Switi
erland between representatives of
the Government of Israel and the
Roman Catholic \rchiepiscopal See
of Cologne, it was learned here
When Israel confiscated all Ger-
man property in the country three
>ears ago real estate held in the
name of the Cologne See was also
affected More than a year ago..
Israel agreed, in a companion pact ,
he prime mot nation for their! to the German reparations agree
i n congregational af
Ask State Body to Check
On Hotel Discrimination
I HAVEN JTA Th
I on I
- has been asked to aw*
gate po- K-ial and reli
%. disvrtasiaatsM b| five i
necticut resort hotel- which
language chu'che1- near
New York
I letter te-t
' led by the Anti Defam.
I>i.-e here cor. I two let-
each advertiser one -i^ned
v K. a non-Jewish name and one
' a definitely Jewish naa.e. a->lc
i reawnataMU was submitted
I
ment. to pay adequate compt-n-j
tioo tor such church property
Archbishop in Argentina
Regrets Anti-Jewish Attack
BUENOS AIRES JTAi The
Archbishop of Cordoba has inform-
ed the Jewish community that he
regrets a public attack on Jew5
by a Catholic priest and will take
res to guard against repeti
tion of such attacks, it was reveal
ed here In October, the DAIA.
central representative organisation
of Argentine Jewry protested to
the Archbi-hop against statements
<; i haven print, refer-
ring to Judaism a- a cancer on
Israel Denounced by Reds
BERLIN (ITAJ The East Ger-;
man Government will not recog J
nue the completely unjustified j
Luxembourg reparations agree- J
ment between the West German
Federal Republic and Israel, art
cording to an official spokesman !
at a press conference held in East [
Berlin in connection with the note j
addressed to Bonn last week by
Walter llbricht. who is the Com
munut Party leader and Deputy J
Minister President of East Ger-
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Chonuka Marked by Big Three Israel-Arab Discussion
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"Jen Ist fkriUtr
. Bethune to be Principal Speaker
Daytona Young Judaea Conclave
Mary McLeod Bethune. Presi-
Kmeritus, Bethune-Cookman
fge, Daytona Beach, Florida,
[be one of the principal speak-
lat the seventh annual winter
Gave of Southern Senior Ju-
to take place December 25th
(ugh 29th at Daytona Beach.
leaking on, Making Democracy
Dr. Bethune will deliver her
tess Saturday afternoon, 3 p.m.,
(he Princess Issena Inn. Her
I will be followed by a workshop
lussion of Judaea's American
Mrs program in which the ex-
led 125 teen age delegates will
part in groups of 15 members
fiolher educator on the four-
program will be Louis Sch-
Izman, of Miami, executive di-
for Greater Miami Bureau of
|i.sh Education, who will lead a
shop on Jewish education and
thallenge to the American Jew-
fcommunity.
ro other educators taking part
he conclave as creative work-
consultant and advisors are
ti Perl and Rafi Adler, both of
pi. Peri, of Jerusalem, is now
gcd in Zionist Youth work in
South by the American and
ie, Flamingo Chapters
|d Joint Local Bazaar
bazaar given by the Dade and
ingo Chapters of the National
pita Phi Epsilon last week held
Idrcn's Cardiac Hospital open-
vilh a kickoff dinner on Sat-
at the Hibiscus Lodge.
Bazaar continued through
lay night, when a Dutch sup-
will be served.
any attractive articles filled
Tie" booths, consisting of jewel-
Itoy-
|i'n' and men's wear, linens,
sehold goods and appliances,
goods, needlework, jams and
|es and various games,
jnds raised by Dade and Fla-
pgo Chapters are for children
the Cardiac Hospital and the
[-Patient Clinic.
thairmen of Dade Chapter are
\ Mcsdames Charles Raab, Clem-
ine Kemp and Gertrude Lachs.
fcirmen of the Flamingo Chapter
the Mesdames Herbert Roth-
In. Harry Reckson and Aaron
Liken.
(residents are Mrs. Leonard
dnd Mrs. Irving Raap.
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
sions, sponsors of the Young Ju-
daea program. The Youth Commis-
sions are an educational youth
agency of Hadassah and the Zionist
Organization of America.
Adler, on a Southern tour from
December 23rd to January 12th,
through Jacksonville, Day tona
Beach, Greater Miami and Atlanta,
is director of the music section of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine's
Youth Department. He is an author-
ity on Israeli and Jewish music and
his visit South is to interpret and
explain the music to the American
Jewish Community.
Among other leaders expected
are Miss Hinda Bricklin, Miami
Beach, former director of the Phil-
adelphia Zionist Youth Commis-
sion; Miss Elly Goodman, Miami
Beach, chairman, Southern Lead-
ers' Association} and Miss Miriam
Scheinberg, Greater Miami city di-
rector.
W Uallvri, Han
Htumult Show
Opening on Saturday at the Lowe
Gallery was a large retrospec-
tive exhibition of Rouault's work,
an important collection of masks
and 24 painting of clowns. The
members' preview was held on Fri-
day.
The Rouault exhibition features
75 prints in color and in black and
white from the large retrospective
exhibition of his work which was
shown during 'he early part of 1953
at the Cleveland Museum of Art
and the Museum of Modern Art.
This was the second largest Rou-
ault exhibition in seven years to
be held in New York and the only
time the museum has devoted a
second full-scale exhibition to the
Miss Seefried Heard
With UM Orchestra
Miss Irmgard Seefried, soprano
of the Metropolitan Opera Asso-
ciation, was soloist with the
University of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra on Sunday and Monday eve-
nings at the Miami Beach and Dade
County Auditoriums.
John Bitter conducted the or-
chestra in a program including the
Hebrides Overture, by Felix Men-
delssohn, Variations on a Theme
of Haydn, by Johnannes Brahms,
and the Rosenkavalier Suite, by
Richard Strauss.
Miss Seefried was heard in
two works by Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart L'Amero, II re Pastore,
K208, and Non temer amato bene
from Idomeneo, K490. She al-
so sang three Strauss songsMor-
gen, Allerseelen and Standchen.
Miss Seefried made her Ameri-
can debut in 1951 in works of Mo-
zart with the Cincinnati Symphony
under Thor Johnson and immedi-
ately proved herself the most dis-
son.
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Fashions Theme
Of AEPhi Holiday
jncheon on 26th
.jrical fashions will be the
|th|pM of the ninth annual holulav
luncheon of tnV Greater Miami
Chapter, Alpha EpeUon Phi Alum
nae Association. The event will
take place at 12 noon "n Saturday.
December Mta, in tan Ho-
tei acconiins tS Mr-- Burton En-
peK dean
the owtiUBo of .Kami Im party r-
Hx< anil be fc? AJkraw OncaaK
and taaafwar.i mil fee *?w a? J
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FRIDAY.
Elkin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Abraham L
Elkin, formerly of 3773 SW 29th
Street, will take place Sunday IX-
cember 20th. 12 MHO M the Miami
Beach Knights ot Pythian* Plot on
HI Sinai Cemetery with Rabat Si
mnn April officiating Mr Klkin i<
survival by hi> wife Sarah and two
tasks, Jack and Perry both at \li
tw brolfur-. Sidjie\ of Mi-
ami Beach and Max aj Bn-oklyn.
N V also three mut. Mrs. Fan-
nie WalowiU and Mrv Normj Sptn-
del of Brooklyn and Mrs Rose L*e-
of Bronx. N Y also two
Arrangements are
of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend
wUl be tk.uiui at
Greeting roe*- w
be Mrs. Jess Spirer. Mrs Leeuse
A) pert and Mrs Samuel Etrnofi
Mr* Jean C Lehman will deliver
the invocation
In charge of decorations is Mrs
Lehman, assisted by Mrs Leonard
Jacobson. Mrs Julian Newbauer
and Miss Clemence Levy
Handling invitation- i- Mrs Bur
ton Goldstein Mrs Marvin Zank
ad Mrs Sidney I,ewi are taking
charge of the booklet
Becker Named President
Edward Becker was named preai-'
dental a Men's Ctub election of
rfcewlMi Hi ait ii School and Con-
Other officers named are Sam,
Cohen vice president: Jack Stone.'
treasurer: and Paul Sihrerston. sec-
retary
BZB Card Party
BZB Chapter of B'nai Brith Girls
will hold a card party on Wednes-
day. December 23rd. ?: p m at
the Republican Club. 1*47 \\ e>t
FlagTer Street.
Six presidents of important Jewish agenda* wove among the community lead.
guests at a Mceprkm qwmx her* by Mr. and Mm. Stanky C Myers. Shown Qaftl '
Abe Kuxman. pmadekane of Jewish Home for the Ao-d; Carl Wemkle. tseaiaWMflL;
^JV**lJ!S?m*kKZMn- Nathaniel ***- P-iW of the Miami Division Na2
cil of Tewinh Women: Myeen. premdent of the Greater Miami Jewish Community<2S
Myem, president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau; and Max Orovitz, Dr^uwT?
Sinai Hospital. r"iuni
ng plans fat the r.:r.:r. annual holiday luncheon of the
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The Vaad Hakashruth of Agu-
dath Israel, committee for the su-
pervision ol kosher butchers and
: poultry markets for the North Mi-
l ami Beach area, this week an-
nounced that the Vaad recommends
onl> those butchers carrying the
. authorized signs and lock cuff
poultry seal.- of the Vaad as strict-
.> kosher
"The Vaad does not carry any
responsibility f..r kavhruth ol other
MlghmenU," the statement
Mid.
In.- fallowing butcher* are un-
der the strut supervision of the
Vaad for North Miami Beach:
in. .inside Koeker Market. Juliu-
and Arnold Kotick. 7451 Oollmi
Avenue: North Shore Kosher
Meats. Sol Weiss, 7448 Collins Av-
enue, and David Lapofs Kosher
Market, 1112 Normandy Drive and'
Nonnandj Kosher Market. Morris
Priedland and David darling. 1171
71-' Mr,.
'The three poultry markets that |
carry the keeker -ajtsbol on every'
chicken slao^htertd for the Vaad .
>r- Sam Elglsoh. 3?0 Collins Av-
enue: Lapof and C.uttman. 325 Col
Una Avenue, Miami Beach: and H>
man Rlgjantl, 147 NW 5th Street.
Miami.' the statement concluded. 1
Officers and a Board of Direc-
ton ,,r. MertJ Wekfl chairman. .la
cob Kar/en. tna-urtr. and Emorich
Wests, aatretary. Rabbi Isaac H
Ever, spiritual leader of Agudath
I Hebrew Institute, is execu-
tive director.
Honig Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Rabbi
Jacob J. Honig. former spiritual
1 leader of Temple Sinai of Holly-
1 wood. Fla will take place Sunday.
December 27th. at 2i30 p.m. at Mt
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbis Moses Mescheloff of
Beth Jacob Congregation and David
Shapiro of Temple Sinai Congre-
tion of Hollywood. Fla.. officiating
Rabbi Honig is survived by Ui
wife Bernice E.. two sons. Barry
H. and Daniel I; also two brothers.
Nat Honig of New York and Dr
Emanuel Honig of Topcka. Kansas,
and three sisters. Mrs. Pearl Hous
man. Mrs Bert Schiller and Mrs
Blossom Shilton. all of New York.
Arrangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
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min Abelson. formerly of q
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MY. DECLMBH* 18, 1953
indeis University Receives Half
lion Grant from Hayden Foundation
-Jmtsti fhrHiar
PAGE 9 B
ALTHAM.Six-year-old Bran
University last week received
| nf a half-million dollars from
"harles Hayden Foundation,
gift is the largest single gift
L history of American Jewish
Inthropy from a non-Jewish
ke and the largest individual
|n the university's history.
contribution, according to J.
krd Hayden, of Lexington, Mas-
Lsetts, president of the Hay-
jFoundation, will go towards
^instruction of a million-dollar
Ice bailding on the university's
|cre campus.
gift is in keeping with the
rn of philanthropy set up by
I.iyden Foundation, in which
Lit the total is provided by
Foundation, with the provision
[the recipient furnish the ra-
ider.
Jnouncement of the gift was
before nearly 1,000 attendees
le fifth annual dinner of the
In Chapter of the Brandeis As-
|tc- at the Hotel Statler.
gift was announced by Dr.
fen L. Sachar, president of
Jeis University, reading from
ier written by J. Willard Hay-
Iwhich said:
[feel it is especially appropri-
lo send you this information
\g the Thanksgiving period.
b- we watch developments in
parts of the world it is
ght home to us more clearly
(fortunate we are to live in a
where brotherhood is not a
)rving phrase, where the great
can live side by side in
t. where the gifts of one group
[strengthen the opportunities
ervice of all the others, where
Ition is not mere propaganda
kn instrument for freedom and
live living.
Iy Trustees and I feel that Bran-
P'niversity, as a great non-sec-
Jewish-sponsored school.
IS TIME FOR
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Listen To
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few Yiddish Program
S"*ay, WMSM, 12 1. 2 p.m.
| P'oiirom if Mi* first Md bat Ik
largest IbtMtef -ttlMI
rtl ttM j.wkh H..lnaa.l.*r
JRMAN R. LYONS. New.
SHOSHANA SrtCTOt
will use our gift in this spirit, to
enrich the positive values of the
faiths and the creeds and the races
which make up the American herit-
age. We want the work on this new
science facility to start as soon as
possible, and we look forward to
its early completion."
Principal speakers at the dinner
were Dr. Nils Y. Wessell, president
of Tufts College; George Alpert,
chairman of the Brandeis Board of
Trustees; and Dr. Sachar. Sidney L.
Kaye, of Brookline, was chairman.
Prior to the acceptance of the
gift of $800,000, the largest single
benefactor of Brandeis University
had been Israel Rogosin, New York
industrialist and philanthropist,
who contributed $225,000.
With a bow to Dr. Wessell, who
recently announced that a million-
dollar gift had been contributed to
Tufts by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pos-
ner, of Medford. Massachusetts, Dr.
Sachar declared: "The future of
higher education in America is se-
cure so long as instances like this
are possible. Here in Boston, within
a week, Tufts, founded in the Uni-
versalist Christian tradition, re-
ceives a tremendous gift from a
Jewish source, and Brandeis re-
ceives this princely benefaction
from a non-Jewish source. This
truly represents the essence of
Americanism, with the gifts of one
faith fortfying the philanthropic
ventures of other faith, to the
benefit of all.
"For Brandeis University, this
gift means that we truly have come
of age. This linking of one of the
proudest names in American phil-
anthropy with that of Brandeis
University represents a very grati-
fying note of confidence in the se-
curity and the integrity of the Uni-
versity," he declared.
Now in its sixth academic year,
Brandeis University was establish-
ed in 1948 as the first Jewish-
founded nonsectarian institution of
higher learning in the Western
Hemisphere. Its student body of
867 includes young men and wom-
en from 31 states and eight foreign
nations. This fall, the University
opened the first of its graduate
schools, a Graduate School of Arts
and Sciences. The proposed new
science building made possible by
the Hayden Foundation gift will
increase the areas of graduate in-
struction to be offered in this
School.
Brandeis this week received ac-
Baron de Hirsch Meyer (center), a former CJA campaign chair-
man, and William D. Singer (right), a past president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, stand by to offer their aid
and experience in the 1954 drive. At left is Aaron M. Kanner,
1954 campaign chairman, shown at a recent informal meeting
of the three community leaders.
creditation from the New England | official body was made at the earli-
Association of Colleges and Secon-1 est possible time in accordance
dary Schools. The election of the with regulations, after the gradua-
university to membership in the I tion of the second senior class
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W, DECEMBER 18, 1953
*JeJStnrrMl^n
;h Center Men's
Lists Program
?ugh '54 Season
L Irving Cypen, president of
| s Club of the Miami Beach
( enter, announces in con-
i,ii with Al Ossip, program
fan, Hit' following meetings
Twill take place during the
h season.
Way evening, December 28th,
designated as an evening
Rabbi, when those attend-
Ill listen to a "behind-the-
talk by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
niany phases of his pastor-
Musical selections will be
by Cantor Philip Brummer.
[programs scheduled are:
day, January 25th, social and
i Monday, February 22nd, In-
Night; Sunday, March 21st,
[Masquerade; Monday, March
lominating Committee report
cial; Monday, April 26th,
lium by three members of
|Club followed by elections
fcial; Friday, May 28th, serv-
licated to the Men's Club;
\, May 30th, Installation I'm
londay. June 28th, Father
\M Night.
, G o 1 d b e r g membership
an, is now formulating
Iwiih his committee for a
Jrship drive.
~LEGAL NOTICE^
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V. IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
ilgned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
riiK ISLE IIEACTY SALON,
|St Causeway, Miami. Intends
Bald name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
BERTHA lil'RMESTEK
25 1/1
FlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
_k! IS 1IERK1IY GIVEN that
a^ri'sinncd. desiring to engage In
ah r the fli-tltlouH name of
PRVIf'K ci.IMC, at 39 lleacom
Miami, Florida, Intend!
pi id lUtnM with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
ILIA GOLDMAN. Solo Owner
v: t i i i s
flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fK +*> Ml AtKH*- OP/EN that
ersnrned, desiring to engage In
inder the fictitious name of
(SUPER HTATION. at 12300
Blvd., Miami, Intends to
1 y* a*m- with the flTJerlc of
(cult Court of Dane County,
l d vicTO*iX IS 1-11-18____________________
riCE BY PUBLICATION
" CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
j>A IN AND FOR DADE
|Y IN CHANCERY, No. 164678
III.I.KK, Plaintiff.
II. MILLER, Defendant.
ISUIT FOR DIVORCE
l-VI Kl. MILLER.
If. Solomon,
|-2.'iA 69th Avenue.
_v -1 I -. I...rin Island, New York
BAMUEL MILLER, ate h. -r. -
ed that Hill of Comiilalnt
has heen filed against
kl yon are required to serve a
V'Ur Answer' oi Pleading to
of Comiilalnt on the iilalnt-
Itorney, PRANK COHN, One
It'l Bldg., .Miami Men. h If,
'nil file the original Answer
ng in the office of the Clerk
"'uit Court on or before the
of January, 19.',4. If von fail
>. Judgment by default will be
Utaln-l you for the relief de-
in th0 Hill of Complaint.
lot lee -.hall be published oi.....
ik for four consecutive weeks
IEWI8H FLORIDIAN.
AMi OHHKHKH at Miami,
tins 7th day of December,
E, It. l.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, rirrult Court,
Made County, Florida
By H. H. RICE, JR.
in Scan Deputy Clerk
COHN
Bteoln B^- Bids.
pi'ach 39. Florida
1> ror Plaintiff
l'l
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
*
[ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
|CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ersiKned. desiring to engage In
f under the fictitious name of
III'S, at 1800 N W 7th Ave .
0 register said name with the
?f the Circuit Court of liade
Florida.
ERIC MANVII.LE
_. FRWIN It. ELLER
|l'.n s. FAUNCE
for Applicants
igress Hidg.
i i-s
flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
V I- IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|rr signed desiring '" engage in
.under th' fiititiou- name at
OlrTWARB. al mil (la
Miami Beach, Intend to reg-
|M name with th,' Clerk of the
ouri of i i.ui.. Count). Floi -
- l l-x
IRVING BERtiF.lt
SAMUEL BOW
f'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY OIVEN that
Igned, desiring t.> tin
, '.u,''\'r 'he fictitious name "f
[AINTENANCE SERVICE, Bl
. 3*th Street. Miami, Intend
!' said name with the Clerk
preult Court of Dade County.
'MAUI.KS TuRRUBLLA
'- I'l^irS HORTON
I or Applicants
Per Bt.
| 1/1-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v,, NAME LAW
.^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaa-e in
Florida "' "f Dad Count
?0l!r?MAVNH*G0,^EiN^80Wnef
Attorney! for Registrant
Mm Boulevard, Miami, Kl,.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
kk KsrvT?oi?365-A
BiBS t?i!nEr' StAT a8
NOTaCpBpISca7,oEnN fS? fT,naMlAKE
discharge
M'l i< Eh hereb) given thai l have
riled my fin.,I reuorl and petition tor
r in.il In-, harge as Exei utor of the
of HoFffc DIENER, also known
as BOFI \ DIENER, deeeaased; and
hat on the ith day of January, 1952,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
K^iS?f?te^V.dM!rln '" "gage In
county, Kioi ids
SIDNEY MORGAN8TERN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
x, ^. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Ml-.llt I R\ IIKl'OI i >ISTItllir-
"'s',.t t8.WVa|th SI., j imi.
Dade County, Kw Unend to register
said flame with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
SAUL HK'MiKMIRE
,,,,____ RO.HF. IIUiMIKMIRK
ER8TUNG, ZUCKERMAN
& KHKIi-H
Attorneys for Applicants
976 W. Flagli-1 St
U/4-U-IS-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS"
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
KJifinSS". """'er the fictitious name "f
BROWN'S MARKET, at M24 N.W.
22nd Avenue, Miami. Intends to reg-
ister said name with th,. Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. -
HARRY I.. V.AI.PH, Sole Owner
ROBERT M DEEHL
Attorney for Applicant
90.'. Beybold r.Idg.
12/4-11-KS-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th,. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name I '
FREDERICKS REERIG i: RATIO.N
AM' AIR CONDITIONING, at 7134
N.W. 1st Avenue. Miami. Dade Coun-
ty. Florida. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of K.nle County, Florida.
FREDERICK HtltWICH
GILBERT .1. BALKIN
Attornev for ^ net
Hi Congress Building. Miami. Florida
12/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE .JS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name <-f
THE GRIDDLE, a) I7 N.E. 79th
Street, intends to register, said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
IRVING MELI,
Mil'. TIN ROTH _
Attornev for Applicant
45 N.W. 27th Ave.
12/4-11-1S-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLAMINGO WEST AVENUE
APARTMENTS, at 1443 West Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ABE R08NER
SIMPSON J. ROSENBERG
SHEINER & SPIELER
Attorney! ror Applicants
304 Roper Building. Miami, Florida
U I-11-1S-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name r
AETO TRANSPORT SERVICE, at
|44it Drezel Avenue. Miami Beach.
pi.....la, Intend! to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade Countyi Florida.
HARRY Ilol.T7.MAN. Sole Owner
RICHARD A MCROFF
Attorneys for Harry lloltziuan
12/4-11-1S-25
,,, --- --.........iniiii i i.-.i,.,
will apply i" th,. Honorable W I
:i..\.\ rON, County .Judge of I',.1,
int\ I'" orlda, foi approval of said
mat report and for final discharge
i Mi cutor of Hi,. Estate of S( iFtE
KNi.lt. also known as SOFIA
'i i..n ER, dei eased
This _'7iii daj ot November, Kit,
ABRAHAM DIENER
Abraham Dlener. as ESxecutor
of thi Estate of
SOME HIENEH. a/k/a
BOFIA DIENER, .....eased.
MYERS. HEIMAN a KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
I] 1-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
.. _. File A-18212
NOTttg IS HEREBY GIVEN that
BEN D8KIN, lioldep of County Tax
.-.il. Certificate No. S4:,7 issued th"
2H1h dgy of May. AH. 1 .r. 1. has filed
same in my office, and has made ap-
plication for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. Said Certificate embrace!
the following described property In
the County of Dade, State of Florida,
to-wit:
I-ots 23 21, Block 3. Dade Villa,
Pint Book 2", Page 70, containing
.12 Acres more or less, in the
County of Dade. State of Florida.
The assessment of said propertv
under the said certificate was in the
name of: HELMA .1. ANDERSON.
I'nless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court Mouse
door on the first Monday In the month
of January. 1954. which is the 4th day
of Jauunry, 19"i4.
Mated this 1st day of December,
19.-,;;.
E. II. I.EATMHRMAN.
' i k of Circuit court,
Dade County, Florid,
By N C. STERRETT,
Circuit court Seal Deputy Clerk
18/4-11-18-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ATLANTIC BROKERAGE CO.. at
2402 N.E tnd Ave Miami. 11;'.. in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida ^ngn*
HAROLD l.EVINSON
12/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334
In Re:
Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ.
also known as SOPHIE MEYERSON,
also known aa SOPHIE MEYRISON,
I leceased.
CITATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ABRAM MEYERGOSS, and to his
wife, his children and grandchildren,
whose naiins and residences are un-,
known; to JOSEPH GEN8TEIN,
whose residence is unknown; to the
children and grandchildren of I'ELIE
GENSTEIN, Deceased, whose mums
and residences are unknown: to the
widow of JACOB MEYERGOSS, De-
ceased, and to the children and grand-
children of JACOB MI-rYERiloss, Da"
{cKMedt -W4fl>st4 nsMiKs'l&Vtd' rM.i.leH^Ss
are unknown; lo the widow of El.I
MEYEROOKS, Deceased, and to the
names and residences are unknown,
ami to all parties known and un-
known, claiming by, through or under
any of the above parties, and to all
person's whomsoever claiming any in-
terest In snd to the estate of the
above named decedent, as provided In
Paragraph Ninth, (a), (hi, (<) and
(d). of her Last Will and Testament,
and to all of the unknown heirs, de-
visees and legatees claiming, or en-
titled to cUlm, unib'r said portions of
the Last will, and Testament of the
above named decedent, and to all
other persons concerned:
YOl" ARE HEREBY' NOKrFIED
that I Petition has been fi'eiLi.raying
for a determination of Mie Benefici-
aries of the above named decedent
and for a determination as tolyhether
or not the above mimed parr*- are
dead and hare been absent.bpv. seven
yean or more fnpm the illare ;'>r their
last domoiile. and you in e'.lflirther
notified that "" the ith day-of. Janu-
ary, 1954, at 11:10 odock. a M.. tes-
timony will be taken Ik'Iwh th* HON-
ORABLE W F. BUANTON, Count)
I Judge, concerning the W ged absence
of the above named partial, who are
supposed and believed to be dead, and
the Chi umatancel and duration there-
of, and you .ne hereby required to
file your Written defenses to sanl
Petition within forty < I' > 'lavs after
the first publication hereof, should
vou fall there'll. Decree will be enur-
ed In due course upon said I etltlon.
WITNESS niv hand and seal of
-aid Court at Miami. Made County.
Florida, this 27th day of November,
IMS.
s/ W. F. BI.ANTON
W F BI.ANTON, County Judge
OEOROE iHEItTKOF
807-11 Olvmpia Building
Miami. Florida
Executor for above estate
12/4-11-1S-25 ____
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
-NriVSaiV.fe,Cll^CI"CUIT,ia
SUP FPR D*DE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No 161M8
ELLSWORTH SANFORM ALLENT*
Vi Clailiilff
NONA ai.i.en. Defendant.
TO:N45n,S,aleMUBL,CAT,ON
' o Paul l.ainreh
til' Hanllton Avenue, Apt. #4
I .iiMil. Pennaylvanle
You are hereby notified thai a Com-
I'lamt for Divorce li.,s been riled
againsl you and you are required to
"''' v copy of your answei i., n,,.
san.....n Plalntlfi s attornes
HENRY M. CAIN
2*18 v\ -i h'.agler Street
Miami, Florlde
and fi the original thereof with the
clerk or the above named pourt on or
heron the 28th daj of December. I9M
outer wise a Decree Pre Confesso will
be entered againsl vou.
..Dated tins Ifth day of November,
i:. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
BY: Wit W. STOCKING
Meputv l.'lei'k
HENRY M. CAIN
Attornej for I'lamtirr
1618 West magler Street
Miami, Florida
11/27 12/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 164312
HAROLD SHAPIRO. Plaintiff.
vs.
ESTEI.I.E SHAPIRO. Mofendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ESTKI.I.E SHAPIRO
c o leidor Vei nick
717. S. Wesllake
Los Angeles. California.
You are hereby notified that a Pill
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 Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attornev. EMWARM S
RE8NICK, '.':!:, 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 l,v de-
fault will be taken againsl vou for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
i mmplalnt.
This nolle shall be published on.-e
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this Huh day of November,
A.D. liiiS.
R B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk, Circuit Court.
Made County, Florida.
By \l C, GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HOWARD s RE8NICK, ESQ.
Attornev for Plaintiff
23.", Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Pla.
II 17 12/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
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,
vs.
THOMAS PATRICK GRAHAM.
, Mefendant
SUIT'JTDR DIVORCE*
:'tQ: THoMAS PATRICK GRAHAM
H.s-2,1 lllth -Avenue
B 'zone Park, L.I.. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Mivorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed tc serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI Of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. KESSI.EIS
& GARS. 17S2 W. Flaglrr Street, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or ['leading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the toth day of December, i""';;
If you fall to do so. judgment by dl -
fault will he taken against you for
the relief demanded 111 the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week foi four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH i'l 'RIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this (3rd dav ol November,
A. D. 1*53
K B, LEATHERMAN,
rierk, Circuit Court,
i role Countv, Florida.
By 1. SNEEDEN,
(Circuit Conn Seal) Deputy Clerk
11 27 1^ 1-11-18
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE.JS IIKREBY GIVEN that
the ufldjrfslgned. desiring to engage In
husiHess under the fictitious name of
MA "AGA 1 IRNITIRH. at RUN.
Miami Ave. Miami. Intend to .register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court oi Dade County. Florida.
.1 \' K I A I.\' -
MAX l'l.oTKIN
12/4-11-is-'.'".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Ol
HECTOR'S MAR GRILL, at .21
N E. lat Ave, Miami, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
Mi*' WINIFREM Pi *EMI.MAN-
RALPH ST. JOHN
KEPSLER k GARS
\iturne\s for Apulicanls
1T8? W. Flagler St.
11 37 12 4-ll-ls
CORPORATION OUTFITS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
3-43CC
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29926
RE. ESTATE OF
SARAH IDA aUCKMAN, Di eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1
have filed my final report and pel
tlon for Final Discharge as Adminis-
trator of the estate "f SARAH IMA
GI.ICKMAN. deceased, and that on
the 11th dav ol January, l84, I will
apnlv to the Honorable FRANK It
DOWLINO, County fudge of Made
Countv. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrator of the Estate of SAR-
AH IDA GI.ICKMAN. deceased.
This 7th day of Iwcember. I95S,
NATHANIEL HI.ICEMAN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator
12/11-18-36 1/1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 31356A
In Re: ESTATE OP
LOL'lfi I.ISKiiWITZ. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Person!
Inir t'lsjins in Demands Againsl
Said Esl ite:
You. and each of >">i. are hereby
notified and i, c| i n 'I i" presi nt ">
and demands which you, or
either of vou. may have against the
state "f' LOUIS LISKOWITZ. de-
i late of Mole Co mi I loi Ida.
to the Honorable County Judi
Hade i and file thi
their ofM,. in ih. Count) Courthouss
In lode Countv. Florida, "I"
calendar month! from the date "i the
firsi publication hereof Bald claims
or demands i contain the legal mi-
dress of the claimant and to i- sworn
to and pr.s.nteci as afon -nil, or same
will be I'Uled ___
Date M,.....nl'cr I, \ M
RAltl'.l M MESCHELOFF,
Ai Administrator of the
I.- of _
l.i TIS LISKOWITZ.
Deceased
MALVIN EMU-XNMER
Attorney for ....
Rabbi M. Mesch^loff, Administrator
12/11-18-25 1/1
,ND^rcT0YUNT?G|LS0R?DUART
UK: ESTAT,r.o,?W74-A
viSASS1-', 'ACOBBQN. Mc ..., .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
vox.,-,- D|SCHARGE
N"M | is hereby given u i
bave filed my fltial re.....i and petl-
'on 'or Final Discharge as Ehjecutor
SAHKL JACOBSON, deceased; ,d
(hat on the nib daj of Januarj
tUi, .y'!'l,>v".' ""' Honorable PR \ \ k
! I'-.uim; county Judge of Dade
t ounty, Florida, for approval .,i ,.,i,|
V.";i1 i"i'' .....I f"i final dis. hai
Kxecutor of ih, L.isi w m and 1
""in ol ISABEL JACOBSON
, ..... ,|
Tins 7th day r December, II
HARRY .1A CO |'.SON,
I'V'il"! of the Last Will
a lid I eslanienl of
ISABEL JACOBSON,
HARRY ZUKERNICK ""'"
Attorney for Executor
120 Lincoln goad, Miami Beat h,
I/ll~In-_i| ----- l'l
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
fflBTh^RW'No- ,W39
\ s
JESSIE ISAACS. Defendant.
_ SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JESSIE ISAACS
141 A West End Avenue,
Brooklyn. NY.
e/o Ilirsoh
You are herein notified thai a
of Complaint for Divorce has .....n
illcd agalnel you, and you are re i
ed to serve a copy of vour Answei*
or Pleading to the Bill of Compla
mi the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY
M CAIN, 2518 West nagler BtreeL
Miami. Pla., and file the original \'i--
wer or Pleading In the office of ,i,
t lerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the mil day of January. : i
if too fall to do so, Judgment bj de>
fault will be taken against you f,,i-
tin- iclicf demanded in the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published one!
each week for four consecutive
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al M I I
i-'ionda. ihis ith day ,,f December,
A.M. !!'":.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I lade County, Florida.
By WM. W. STOCKING,
'Circuit Court Seal) Meputv Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
2618 West Flagler St., Miami, I'e
I2/11-18-2S 1 '1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engaa
business under the fictitious name
THE. I1ASSA Ml. al MIS N.E. !
Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend
register said name with, the Clerk
the Cn.uit Court of Made Cmin
i- an Ida.
JULIAN KOTLER
llll.MA KOTLER
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for The Baaaa**e
11 11-is--.1:, i/l
i.it
in
of
Ind
to
of
'y.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN It
the undersigned, desiring to engaae in
business under Ihe fictitious name "f
TROPICAL SALES CO., at :C s W.
27th Ave., Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Made County, Fli
II. R SIRMAN
W. .1. SMITH
BANFORD s FAUNCE
Attorney for Applicants
171? Congrese Ride.
12 11-18-25 1/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the nude i signed. San under 'he flctltloue name of
MAY PLAZA BEAUTY SALON, at
ISO N E 'I'll St., Miami, intend"
reglstei said name with the Clerk "f
the Cln in Court of Dade c 'ounty,
Flo da
ANN RFIS
12 11-18-23 -II
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
\c iTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the n lei signed, en! ig< S in the ici-i-
ni -.- undi Hi" flctltlou! nan.....'
JO-DEL HAIR STYLISTS, a* 1817
Ho ,ili, i I WUglai Road, Ml
Florida, have dissolved the said
nershlp and use "f the trade name by
"JO" therefrom. .....
JOSEPHINE R. MANILOFF
GEORGES MANILOFF
FANNIE D. ROFFLER
EDMOND o ROFFLER
IIITNEi: f.- HUTNER
Attorneys lor Applicants
M'n olvmpia Hldg Miami, Morid i
12 11-18-25 I l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to i na
business under the fictitious nai
LITTLE JOE'S, at 1005 N W
Ave Miami, intends to reflate!
with the Clerk of the < Ir-uit
c',, ii i of l' lie countv. Florida
pi i.cki.i. Livingston
KESSI.ER *. OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
172 w. Flagler Bt.
11/27 12 1-11-18
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Dock Purchases Bomb
In November for $745,159
Count > anmnp bnmsi purchase*
during November totalled FU5 "-''
n \a tepoTted (Ms week by H H
Ba*set. sa>ings bond chairman for
Pade County, who rntiw Ins '>
ures monthly frwn th.- PMmI Ro
MM Bank tu the Florida sa
hp Bond Office in Tampa
MM throughout the state w
S3 .*>*.: MNN lh *v!uiw for
th* i tar fea date to ssi *.06a Th*
quota for tlmaml for t3 mm" <
at $.** i\V a f irure believed to
be just barelj Ml of reach in spite
of a ST percent S-1 ""- *"*r **r
last. Bassett >ard
He quoted from a recent state
meat of Treasury Secretary Goorge
M Humphry) MM said Nothing
:< more important an th* Treas
ury's plans, and few things are *i
creator significance in our whole
economy than th* savings bandi
procram It I both to eon-
struetive wnffH of the debt
and t h maintenance of aad
money h* said, and urged the
pass jJ* County to intsndt
Savings ftMi '-heir plans for
whenever th*> h a \ e anj
we? to invest
Lady Huntress
Reigns Supreme
At Kscayne Oval
Randi* Brothers' Lady Huntress.
' dark brrndle daughter of former
world's rhamptoa Real Huntsman
shapes up as a champion in her
own right as th? fleet footed :<
male continues to reign supreme.
I the Biscayne Kennel Club
Winning her last three starts,
against the best racing secretary
Leo Hwtveli could mu-ter the
Handle star last wee* showed freej
' wins and a third oat of seren starts '
for the current meeting
With Ourley Lovely's front star.1
However, temporarily ont of cona-j
petition it moss as if the Huntress |
. wsll hold sway m the hot*os con-
tests for the balance of B^esyne's
first half
Lovely. If the wn>. had one of
< his jnreniles set a mart just re-
cently when his Best Way. red
fawn son of Onmhoman Ever
playful chalked up bus third con
secutive win in as many starts.
The July 1*M pun abo won each
of hb three schooling tr
will make has debut with Grade B
ha next time out.
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Naturalized Citizens
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